For the techies out there, critical fields are concatenated, hashed, and encrypted using highly secured algorithms based on public/private keys. In plain English, the result is an unfalsifiable signature. Electronic Signature may be triggered on Sales and Accounts Receivable invoices and/or Journal entries, at the posting and/or validation of these documents.
Note: the electronic signature feature has been designed and delivered to meet French compliance requirements but can be extended with minimum effort to other geographies.
Enhanced Journal Traceability
So for this purpose, two additional fields are populated in journal entries identifying the way the transaction was entered: manually, automatically, or imported.
The Source Field indicates how the journal entry was created (direct entry, import, etc.) and the Source Transaction Field displays the origin code for the transaction (in conjunction with the Source field) such as automatic journal code, function code, import template, etc. This information is displayed on demand in General Ledger & Journals standard reports and inquiries as well.
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