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#8 Accpac GL Sub-Ledger

01 May

Date: 01/05/2011

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The following section describes fields:
BASEGL This field contains the base General Ledger number that the substitution processor will edit. This number may be either formatted or unformatted.
This field will be unchanged by a Process call.

SEGNUM1..9 This is the 6-character segment key code in General Ledger specifying a named segment to substitute. Note that while this key is numeric it is not the segment number in the account — consult the relevant General Ledger documentation for more information on segment values and account structures. Unused fields should have the key set to “000000.”
These fields will be unchanged by a Process call.

SEGVAL1..9 This is the up-to-15 character segment value that the substitution processor will substitute for the corresponding segment in the base General Ledger number.
These fields will be unchanged by a Process call.

SEGLENGTH1..9 These fields contain the lengths of the substituted segments. The length will be zero if the substitution processor did not find the corresponding segment in the raw
General Ledger number.

SEGINSERT1..9 These fields contain the offsets (1-origin) in the unformatted General Ledger number of the substituted segments. The offset will be zero if the substitution processor did not find the corresponding segment in the raw General Ledger number.

RESULTGL This field contains the resulting General Ledger number generated in the substitution process. This number is unformatted.

FORMATGL This field contains the resulting General Ledger number generated in the substitution process. This number is formatted.

OLDSEGVAL1..9 These fields contain the old segment values that the substitution processor substituted with the new segment values. The value will be blank if the substitution processor did not find the corresponding segment in the raw General Ledger number.
The positions correspond to the sequence in the input fields.

NEWSEGVAL1..9 These fields contain the new segment values that the substitution processor substitutes for old segment values.The value will be blank if the substitution processor did not find the corresponding segment in the raw General Ledger number.

NOTE: The client application should not specify the same segment key twice with different values; doing so may give incorrect results.

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