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Printing Sales Batch Entry error

  • 1.  Printing Sales Batch Entry error

    TOP CONTRIBUTOR
    Posted Jun 10, 2019 10:49 AM
    When printing a sales batch entry for invoicing, we get "Error in equation '(C) Suppress Comment 1'". We have never received this message before, and not sure how to correct it. Has anyone had this happen?



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    Chase Landorf
    Director of I.T.
    Ideal Deals, LLC dba Ideal Aluminum Products
    Saint Augustine FL
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  • 2.  RE: Printing Sales Batch Entry error

    TOP CONTRIBUTOR
    Posted Jun 10, 2019 10:58 AM
    Hi Chase,

    That error looks like a report (calculated field) error ... could you please check if you are currently using a modified report (edit list / posting journal)? If so, switch to the canned version of the report just to isolate the issue. If the error no longer appears - that would confirm it has something to do with the report?

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    Error in equation
    You may receive this error message if any calculated fields have been added or modified incorrectly. Look for missing operators (+, *), expressions that have no closing parentheses, or expressions that have the closing parentheses in the wrong position. 


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    Ryan Galang
    BTP Technologies LLC
    Chantilly VA
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  • 3.  RE: Printing Sales Batch Entry error

    TOP CONTRIBUTOR
    Posted Jun 10, 2019 12:24 PM
    But this is not a report. It's just a list of invoices that are assigned to a batch. We are not able to print them out. We can print an edit list document. But that doesn't tell us where the error/s may be.

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    Chase Landorf
    Director of I.T.
    Ideal Deals, LLC dba Ideal Aluminum Products
    Saint Augustine FL
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  • 4.  RE: Printing Sales Batch Entry error

    GPUG ALL STAR
    Posted Jun 10, 2019 12:40 PM
    Hi @Chase Landorf,

    For the most part, everything that GP prints is considered a 'Report'.  Check to see if the invoice is modified, and then follow @Ryan Galang's advice.​​

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    Frank Heslin
    Financial Systems Administrator
    ExamWorks, Inc.
    Atlanta GA

    GPUG Advisory Committee Member
    Summit Track Leader
    GPUG All Star 2016

    GP2018
    MR CU16
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