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Major Timescale

Allowed Minor Scales

Notes

Year

Quarter, Month, Half-Month, Day, None


Quarter

Month, Half-Month, Day, None


Month

Half-Month, Day


Half-Month

Day


Accounting PeriodVaries

Accounting period date ranges are defined in the Accounting Period Editor. They are only allowed as a major time scale. You cannot specify minor timescales for accounting periods. In order for an accounting period to be included in the report, you must ensure that the start/end dates as defined on the parameters tab cover the entire date range of the accounting period.

Projector only reports on data from existing GL batches. You may need to create a new GL batch to see the latest state of the system. The batch's status - pending/confirmed/etc - does not matter.

A Ginsu will only match your outside accounting system if all current batches are confirmed.

Because you need a batch in order to report by accounting period, you cannot report on projected data when using accounting periods as a column. And following on from that, because projected data cannot be reported on you should set your use actuals through date to be on or after your end date.

There are a few things like cost card units where we place the data on the cards incurred date. This is because moving units into future periods didn't make sense to us.

Tip

Most people know that System Revenue is organized into accounting periods, but what you may not realize is that other types of revenue are too - like contract and billing adjusted revenue!


Operational Period

Week, Day

Operational period date ranges match accounting period date ranges defined in the Accounting Period Editor. Operational periods are only allowed as a major time scale.

Week

Day

Weeks are never available as a minor time scale. This is because a week cannot go evenly into any of the other time periods.

Day

None


<Actual and Projected>NoneThe data field values will be broken up into two columns. One column will show actual data. The other projected data.

<None>

None

The data fields will not be broken up by columns.

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