Hi Everyone,

The purpose of this post to answer the question:

“How does the system know which print format to use for the Remittance Report during a Payment Selection Print/Export Check Run?”

The answer:

The system pulls the print format from the Print Form window’s Remittance Print Format field.

If you are curious to know the code breadcrumbs that reveal the answer, here is the progression:

  1. WPayPrint – line:465 brings you to…
  2. ReportEngine – line:1227 – follow this method down to…
  3. The print format is looked up using ReportEngine – Line:1274 – this query leads you to the Print Form window.

I hope this helps. If you have other technical questions, or if you would like to learn how to answer this question for yourself, let me know. It is easier than you think.

ADempiere vs iDempiere vs Openbravo vs Compiere

Please note that ADempiere, iDempiere and Openbravo are forks or copies from Compiere. Therefore, they have similar abilities mentioned above. The biggest difference is that ADempiere and iDempiere are pure open source. There are no features held behind a commercial or paid license.

About Chuck Boecking: I am an ERP educator. I believe that open source ERP have achieved mainstream capabilities, and as a result, more companies can create greater efficiency across their organization. I started using the iDempiere code base in 2003. Back then, it was called Compiere. In 2006, I started my first multi-million dollar installation. Since then, ADempiere has helped me create great success with distribution and manufacturing companies all over the world. My vision of success is to find companies that can best use open source ERP to help them achieve a single, global instance that drives a discontinuous increase in profitability. I believe that organizations win when they own their technology.

If you have questions, comments or concerns, let me know. I definitely want your feedback.

You can contact me by phone using 512.850.6068.

My email is chuck@chuboe.com.

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Thank you for taking the time. I look forward to speaking with you.

Chuck Boecking



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