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Document date (SAP Business One)

The date in vouchers and journal entries for tax reporting purposes in SAP Business One.

This is the date that often appears in the header of a document, such as an invoice or purchase order, and indicates the date on which the transaction took place. The document date is used to determine the accounting period in which the transaction should be recorded and for a number of reporting functions. It is an important field in SAP Business One and must be accurately documented for each transaction.

 


 

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