General Ledger prints journal entries in ascending order by accounting date. For each accounting date, journal entries are sorted by document number. General Ledger prints the accounting date, document number, journal entry name, journal source and category, subledger document name and number, currency, and exchange rate. For each detail journal line, General Ledger prints the line number, account segment value and description, functional debit and credit amounts, description, and cost center segment value.
Balancing Segment: the balancing segment on which you want to report.
Start/End Account Date: the starting and ending accounting dates for which you want to print journals and journal details.
Source: the journal source on which you want to report.
Category: the journal category on which you want to report.
Balancing Segment: the balancing segment on which you chose to report.
Acct Date: the accounting date of the journal line.
Doc Number: the document number for each journal line.
Curr: the currency used to enter the original journal amounts.
Exc Rate: the rate used to convert the entered journal amount into your set of book's functional currency.
Account: the account segment value and description for the detail journal line.
Functional Debit: the detail journal line debit amount after being converted to your set of book's functional currency.
Functional Credit: the detail journal line credit amount after being converted to your set of book's functional currency.