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Labor Banked Service

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Labor Banked Service

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The Banked column and image button will appear at the end of the grid itself and the labor records if:

The service workorder has been saved

And/or the unit selected in this workorder item has Banked Service activated in its entry screen

And/or the client of this workorder has Banked Service activated in its entry screen

And/or the head office of this client has Banked Service activated in its entry screen

 

 

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NOTE: If no image shows in the Banked Service column, that indicates that this record has already been banked

 

NOTE: if a "grayed" banked button shows, this indicates that you have not yet saved the service workorder since entering or editing that labor record

 

 

See also:

How do I apply Labor against Banked Service automatically via a Service Workorder?

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User Notifications ( be automatically notified when the client's Banked Service zeros out)

 

 

How to Apply Banked Service to the Labor Record

 

1. Use your mouse to click on BankedService6 Banked icon for that labor record

 

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2. When you do so, AyaNova will display a popup letting you know before you accept what the result will be if you  accept to the Currency Balance, the Hours Balance and the Incidents Balance.   As you could have set this client's Bank Balance to use any of these three balances, AyaNova shows all three, and you look at the balance that actually affects you.

 

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In the screenshot above as the example data for this client is using Currency Balance, it shows that there will be a Currency Balance of $7.50 after we apply this labor record. So we select Yes to accept as we can easily see that it won't be going over the balance.

 

3. Once Banked Service for this labor item row has been applied and the service workorder saved, this Labor row will be grayed and un-editable.

 

 

4. If you have incorrectly applied this labor item row to Banked Service, select the row and press your Delete key on your keyboard to delete the entire row which will enter an adjusting entry into the Banked Service.

 

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There are two ways you can see what the present balance is BEFORE you apply the labor:

 

 

1. View the balance via the Banked Service subgrid itself

 

Click on the Client jump button at the top of the workorder to open the client entry screen, and click on the Banked Service button in the client entry screen

 

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Have the Banked Service grid sorted by the Entered date so that you can easily what the Balance is as of the last entry.

 

 

2. View the balance via the Banked Service column popup

 

Or hover your mouse over the Banked Service column at the top of the Labor grid records, and it will display what the balance is for currency, hours and incidents at the time that workorder was first opened.

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The screenshot above shows that at this time this workorder was opened the balance for currency is $500.00 and there is no balance for Hours or Incidents - which tells you that only currency has been entered.

 

See also:

Banked Service

 

 

 

NOTE: Currency is displayed according to your computer's Regional settings. For example, a negative currency amount may be displayed as ($50.00) with brackets around it. If instead you want it to display with a minus symbol, you need to exit out of AyaNova, edit your windows Regional Settings,  reboot your computer and then log back into AyaNova.

 

See also: Currency, Date & Time Display