9.2 Viewing and Updating Journal Entries

Purpose:  Use this document as a reference to view and update journal entries.

Audience:  Finance or Business Office Staff

Navigation:  Nav Bar > Navigator > General Ledger > Journals > Journal Entry > Create/Update Journal Entries

  1. Select the Find an Existing Value tab.
  2. Select the Business Unit field.
  3. Select the Journal ID field.
  4. Select the Journal Header Status list.
  5. If you are not sure what the journal status is, select the blank value from the list. This way, the search returns the journal regardless of its header status - Select the (null) list item.
  6. Select the Search button - and select the desired journal to view.
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  1. The Header page displays information that uniquely identifies a journal entry.
  2. You can add attachments to your journals to provide supporting documentation. The parenthetical number indicates the number of attachments for the journal. Currently, there are no attachments - Select the Attachments (0) link.
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  1. Use the Journal Entry Attachments page to add supporting documents to the journal.
  2. When selected, the Show to Approver? check box enables journal approvers to see an attachment (if approval workflow is enabled). If you deselect this check box, journal approvers are not able to view the deselected attachments.
  3. The approver can access the enabled attachments and add new attachments from the Approval Attachments page (JRNL_APPR_ATT_SEC). Access this page from the Attachments link of the GL Journal Approval page (General Ledger, Journals, Journal Entry, Manage Journal Approval, Manage GL Journal Approval - Select the Journal ID link.) OR (Worklist, Worklist – click the Attachments link).
  4. Select the Add Attachment button to add supporting documents to the journal entry - Click the Add Attachment  button.
  1. Select the Browse... button.
  2. Select any file that you want to attach to the journal.
  3. Select the 2018US001 list item.
  4. Select the Open button.
  1. Select the Upload button.
  2. Notice your file now appears in the Details group box in the File Name column.
  3. Select in the Description field.
  4. Add a meaningful description for your supporting document.
  5. Enter the desired information into the 2018US001 field. Enter a valid value e.g.,"US0012018 Expense Schedule".
  6. Select the OK button.
  1. Notice that the number of attachments displays in the link.  If you select the Attachments link again, you will see that the system details have been added for the attachment as well.
  2. Select the Save button.
  3. Select the OK button.
  4. Select the Attachments (1) menu.
  5. Select the OK button.

 

  1. Notice that the User, Name, and Date/Time Stamp were added once the journal was saved.
  2. Select the Lines tab.
  3. Use the Lines page to enter and review the general ledger transactions.  Also request further processing from this page.
  4. Use the Process field to select a task to run.
  1. Choose from the following tasks:
  • Budget Check Journal: enables you to check the journal lines for the control budget.
  • Copy Journal: enables you to copy your journal to a new journal.
  • Delete Journal: enables you to delete the current journal. There are two journal delete methods: Physical Delete and Logical Delete. You select the Journal Delete Method on the Installation   Options - General Ledger page.
  • Edit / Pre-Check: enables the journal to be edited and run through the Budget Processor. However, the Budget Processor will only check the journal but the funds will not be reserved. This option appears only when General Ledger is enabled for Budget Pre-Check within the Commitment Control Installation Options.
  • Edit ChartField: enables you to check if the journal has any ChartField related errors.
  • Edit Journal: enables you to modify the journal.
  • Post Journal: enables you to post the journal.
  • Print Journal: enables you to create the Journal Entry Detail report, GLX7501 (or GLX7502 for separate debit and credit), which is a BI Publisher printed copy of the journal.
  • Refresh Journal: enables you to retrieve this journal from the database to the page again.
  • Submit Journal: enables you to initiate journal approval through workflow processing.
  1. For this example, retain the default selection of Edit Journal.
  2. Select the Process button.
  3. Notice that the Journal Status has changed from N to V (from Needs Editing to Valid)
  1. Select [Enter] to continue.
  2. End of procedure.

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