Process Error on Print Payables Screen

  • Process Error on Print Payables Screen

    Posted by brian-paasch on February 1, 2017 at 12:05 pm
    • Brian Paasch


      February 1, 2017 at 12:05 PM

      I’m trying to Process my batch for printing an EFT batch and am receiving an error which states “Errors have been found in this check batch.  Please correct the errors before printing.”

      This isn’t an error I’ve run into before and I’m hoping someone might have experienced this and have ideas on common places to check for this.  I’ve gone through and I’m not seeing any new vendors in the check batch and haven’t made any changes in processing.  I’ve narrowed it down to one Class ID so I know it isn’t an issue across GP but most likely a vendor or document causing the problem.

      Any ideas?

      Brian Paasch
      National Business Furniture, LLC
      Milwaukee WI

    • Windi Epperson


      February 2, 2017 at 9:58 AM

      I’m not sure if this will work with an EFT batch, but go to Payables TransactionsBatches and pull up the batch.  Then click the Print button and you’ll get an edit list and possibly an exception list.  If there are date or doc number or other errors, then should show on the edit list.  If there are issues with email information they will show on the exception report.  Hopefully that will show you what is wrong with the batch and allow you to fix it.

      Windi Epperson
      President/GP Senior Consultant
      Advanced Integrators, Inc.
      Norman OK
      405-946-1774 Ext 102

    • Stuart Gallion


      February 2, 2017 at 12:05 PM

      I’ve run into this error in the past on check batches. As Windi stated, run an edit on the batch to find the offenders. In my cases, it was checks that were missing the account number for the cash account. Edit the number into the batch and you’ll be good to go.
      The long term fix was to check the vendor card for the problem vendor and reset the “Use Cash Account From” setting on the options tab from Vendor back to Checkbook where it belonged. (the vendor card does not have a cash account designated in our system).
      It sounds like you may need to do this at the vendor class level in your case and roll it down.

      Stuart Gallion
      Project Accountant/GP System Administrator GP2016/FRx6.7
      Stanford Hotels Corporation
      San Francisco CA

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