The Bizuno Journals

Bizuno uses journals to hold transaction information. Every type of transaction includes a unique journal ID to indicate the type of transaction. The table below describes the journal ID’s and their definitions. All journal entries are stored in two database tables, journal_main and journal_item. Table journal_main contains the general information regarding the transaction; table journal_item contains the line items associated with the transaction. For example, an invoice will contain a single journal_main record and several journal_item records. The journal_item record will have a record for the invoice total, one record for each sales tax authority, one record for freight charges, and one record for each line item in the invoice.

JournalTitleCategoryDescription
2General JournalGeneral JournalThis journal records transaction directly into the general ledger. Costs are credited or debited directly to the selected general ledger within your chart of accounts.
3Purchase QuotesVendorsUsed to record quotes to vendors for purchases.
4Purchase OrdersVendorsUsed to record purchase orders placed with your vendors.
6PurchasesVendorsUse to record items/actions received from vendors. May or may not impact inventory. Items need not be physical, they may be bills received from vendors for services, etc.
7Vendor Credit MemosVendorsUsed to record credit memos from vendors for items or services returned for credit.
9Sales QuotesCustomersUsed to record quotes to customers.
10Sales OrdersCustomersused to record sales orders placed by customers.
12SalesCustomersUsed to record sales of items, services, etc. to customers.
13Customer Credit MemosCustomersUsed to record returns by customers.
14Inventory AssembliesInventoryUsed to record inventory items assembled . The inventory item must be of type Assembly.
15Inventory Store TransfersInventoryUsed to record inventory transfers between stores within the same business. Requires the Multi-store extension.
16Inventory AdjustmentsInventoryUsed to record inventory adjustments. Adjustments may be positive (extra inventory) or negative (inventory loss due to pilferage, damage, etc.)
17Vendor ReceiptsBankingUsed for all vendor cash receipt type transactions. 
18Customer ReceiptsBankingUsed for all customer cash receipt type transactions. 
19Point of SaleBankingFor direct sales where payment is also accepted at the time of the transaction. Requires the Point of Sale extension.
20Cash DistributionsBankingUsed for all vendor payment type transactions. 
21Point of PurchaseBankingFor direct purchase where payment is also made at the time of the transaction. NOTE: This journal is reserved for PoP which is on the roadmap for development in the future.
22Customer PaymentsBankingUsed for all customer payment type transactions.

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