The system provides a full range of standard Accounting and Control Reports including the following:
- CPR085 – Detail File Extract Report
- CPR200 – Control File Edit/Update Report
- CPR220 – Mass Maintenance Edit
- CPR240 – Master File Edit/Update Report
- CPR380 – Recalculation Report
- CPR400 – Report Options Edit List
- CPR500 – Translation Edit/Select Report
- CPR520 – Fixed Asset Report
- CPR560 – General Ledger Interface Edit List
- CPR580 – Journal Distribution Report
- CPR600 – Control File Inquiry Report
- CPR640 – Master File Inquiry Report
- CPR700 – Master File Purge to History Report
- CPR20 – Project Summary Report
- CPR21 – Project Status Report
- CPR22 – Project Expenditures Report
- CPR23 – Project Budget Summary Report
- CPR24 – Project Budget Report
- CPR25 – Project Expenditures Versus Budget Report
- CPR30 – Work Unit Summary Report
- CPR31 – Work Unit Status Report
- CPR32 – Work Unit Expenditures Report
- CPR34 – Work Unit Budget Report
- CPR35 – Work Unit Expenditures Versus Budget Report
- CPR40 – Commitment Activity Report
- CPR41 – Commitment Status Report
- CPR50 – Expenditure Activity Report
- CPR51 – Investment Credit Form 3468 – Part II
- CPR52 – Expenditure Investment Tax Credit Report
- CPR53 – Expenditure Capital Interest Cost Report
Each of the accounting reports has a set of options which allows the reports to be tailored to the user’s requirements. The report options are:
Each accounting report can be produced with up to nine different versions. Each version has its own reporting options and selection criteria.
A report can be produced for the current period, current quarter, or year-end.
A report can be sequenced by using one to six separate fields from the master file.
A report can be totaled on the one to six fields used to sequence it.
Report Page Break
A report can skip to a new page based on a change in value of the one to six fields used to sequence it.
A report can be single or double spaced.
A report can contain detail information and totals, or details can be suppressed and only totals printed.
A report can contain all, part, or none of the additional description for projects, work units and detail items.
A report can have a user-defined subtitle.
Selection criteria can be entered for a report to further define the content of the report. The selection process compares user specified field values against master file fields to determine if the record should be selected for reporting.
A report can be printed or routed to one of the 12 destination files.