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Data-Pattern Index, a complete index of the Accounting Journal. Apparently, the only available combinatorial index.
Originally designed to replace the “Read the Journal” step for 250,000-record (5,000 pages) journal files, Data-Pattern Index now pays its way in acquisitions or brother-sister journals of 2,500 records or 50 pages. The index is also designed to be used within the fiscal year so one should plan to translate or install a computer log immediately.
Complete journal entries (as determined by account-sides used) are identified and accumulated if identical. This results in knowledge of all FLOWS – and a whole discipline of supervision, analysis, and audit. The accumulation count separates the frequent entries from lesser activity. An added traditional columnar search finds worker ID, time or similar searches of active flows with added efficiency. Similarly, the accumulation count finds entries which occurred once, twice, or any other desired count. These indices work together in “Pattern Attribute Search”, a standard item.
Other searches are available to the experienced user.
The trial balance remains the same, except that it reports the number of flows posting each account-side.
Each entity is a separate installation, although approved searchers may hold place in one while searching in another.
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