Cash Flow

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Cash Flow

Postby azaharizaman » Tue Feb 01, 2005 4:46 pm

Hi there,

The Compiere Financial Reporting is really a good reporting engine to create Balance Sheet and Income Statement. Just wondering how to create a cash flow using this reporting toolset, since reporting for Cash Flow is quite complicated (well, at least to me :) ) and the line set is derived from calculations of accounts values, rather that account values itself (such as Net Income, Depriciation, Changes In Liabilites and so forth...). If someone out there had tried generating a Cash Flow reports using the Compiere Financial Reporting tool, i would be very grateful if you can share the ideas.. :)

My many thanks in advance.
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Postby red1 » Wed Feb 09, 2005 5:40 pm

Actually i have seen your CFO, Zaidee doing a Cash Flow using the Compiere Fianancial Tool, just like the way u talked about. Did he proceed; find any issue that stops him?
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