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Matching Criteria (SAP Business One)


A set of rules that allow the application to reconcile transactions in bank statements with existing transactions for internal reconciliation as part of the Bank statement processing.

Matching criteria in SAP Business One are provisions that determine what data is to be retrieved from the SAP Business One database. Matching criteria are used in queries to select and display the desired data.

Matching criteria are limited to specific fields in the DatabaseThe matching criteria can be aligned to certain values or certain date ranges. For example, matching criteria can be used to select only those customers who are located in a certain country or those items that are in a certain price category.



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