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Pension clients cannot use Accounts Production
The Masterpacks for Pension accounts are currently on beta. The final release is now expected in 2016.1.
Limitations on the formulae that can be used in a nominal range or a RangeDef
A nominal range supports the ~ pattern-matching operator, e.g. =AP("(a,8101~8901)"), but you cannot drill down from the accounts to see the make-up of a balance given by such a formula.
- A nominal range does not support the ~M100 or ~S2 syntax to step through main accounts or subaccounts.
- =AP("RangeDef,0020..005Z,,a,-1,0,ab”) is not supported. It needs to be written as =AP("RangeDef,0020,005Z,a,-1,0,ab”).
- =AP("RangeDef,[(0020~002Z)],,a,-1,0,ab”) is not supported because AP does not currently process the pattern matching symbol (~) in a RangeDef. Similarly the ~M100 or ~S2 syntax is not supported in a RangeDef.
- The Nz command supports the same nominal formulae as a RangeDef.
Pages with a format code different from the CCH masters: After conversion from VAP these pages may appear in the wrong position
If a VAP page has a code that does not match any of the CCH masters it will not appear in the ciorrect position in the list of pages after conversion from VAP. The conversion converts the pages whose names match the CCH masters and adds any other pages on the end. After conversion the user needs to drag the pages back to their correct position.