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The Sub-Fund Group document defines the type, purpose or source of funds that are found in that account. Sub-fund group may be used for reporting purposes and for business rules on OLE e-docs.

The Sub-Fund Group document includes the Edit Sub-Fund Group tab. The system automatically enters data into both the Old and New sections. Selected data fields are available for editing.

Edit Sub-Fund Group tab definition



Sub-Fund Group Code

The unique code that identifies a particular sub-fund group.


Required. The descriptive name for this sub-fund group code.

Fund Group Code

Required. The larger fund group to which the sub-fund group is associated. Existing fund group codes may be retrieved from the lookup .

Active Indicator

Indicates whether this sub fund group code is active or inactive. Remove the check mark to deactivate this code.

Sub Fund Group Type Code

Required. A code that identifies the sub-fund group type. Existing types may be retrieved from the list or from the lookup . Examples include: 'Auxiliary,' 'Internal Service Organizations,' or 'Neither.

Default Account Restricted Status Code

A unique code that identifies a particular restricted status for the default account. Existing restricted status codes may be retrieved from the list or from the lookup .

Financial Reporting Sort Code

Required. A code that designates the default sort sequence on reports.

Wage Indicator

The box checked when the sub-fund group is one that is expected to pay compensation expenses.

Budget Adjustment Restriction Code

Required. The code that determines at what level OLE checks for restrictions when an account of the sub-fund group is used on a Budget Adjustment e-doc from the budget adjustment restriction code list. Values retrievable from the list include:

N = None S = Sub-Fund C = Chart O = Organization A = Account

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