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Import GL codes


Add GL code to any record (this will let you see the set up in excel and keep your record layout)


Click the export record details button (with Excel open):


Go to your excel spreadsheet and paste

GL codes appear in the C column


You can then add your GL codes



SAP Data Archiving

Information on how to preform a Data Archive in SAP v.8.8 attached PDF file

- Introduction
- Glossary
- Background
- What Data Is Archived?
- How to Prepare for Data Archiving
- Simulating Data Archive Runs
- Archiving Data
- Searching Transactions across Multiple Data Archive Runs
- Copyrights, Trademarks, and Disclaimers


Fix List since 2.0.133

New Features Added to Forecast 5


  • Add bad debts option as % of debtors
  • Add Australian depreciation and default settings
  • Display date range in new consolidation window
  • consolidation selection
  • What if menu change the save as new budget to
  • “save what if as budget “
  • And add “save as a new forecast” which effectively saves the forecast as a new forecast and leave the original in place
  • Stock and Debtors financing record

Issues resolved in current release


Performance fix in SQL

For versions earlier than 2.0.135

When the Forecast5 database becomes bigger, there may have some performance issues that caused a prolonged time to open a forecast

We can fix this by running the following SQL commands (assuming default SQL server and database names) in the client’s database without an upgrade.