Number Series - Stock Revaluations

Each record in the Stock Revaluation register has its own unique identifying number, based on a sequential series. When you enter a new record, the next number in the sequence will be used. If required, you can have a number of such sequences running concurrently, perhaps representing different years or different departments.

Use this setting to define these sequences, or Number Series. The different series should not overlap. If you leave the setting empty, Stock Revaluation Numbers will start at 1 and continue consecutively.

When you enter a Stock Revaluation, the next number in the first valid Number Series entered to this setting will be used as a default; change to the first unused number in any other valid Number Series using 'Paste Special'.

When you open the Number Series - Stock Revaluations setting, the following window will appear:

Enter each new Number Series on the first blank line. The Comment will be shown in the 'Paste Special' list, so enter some text that will help you choose a number from the correct sequence.

The N/L field gives you a measure of control over whether Nominal Ledger Transactions will be generated automatically when you mark Stock Revaluations in a particular sequence as OK and save them. Using 'Paste Special' from the N/L field brings up a selection list containing two options: "GenTrans" and "Do Not GenTrans". Select the first option if Nominal Ledger Transactions are to be generated and the second if they are not. In effect, this feature is an exclusionary one in that you can only choose to not have Nominal Ledger Transactions created for a particular number sequence. If the overall preference (set in the Sub Systems setting in the Nominal Ledger) is to not have such transactions created, you cannot decide to have them created for a single sequence.

When the setting is complete, click the [Save] button (Windows/Mac OS X) or tap √ (iOS/Android) to save the changes. To close the window without saving changes, click the close box (Windows/Mac OS X) or tap < (iOS/Android).


Settings in the Stock module: