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What is the difference between an Exception and a Warning report ?

Article ID
ias-9763
Article Name
What is the difference between an Exception and a Warning report ?
Created Date
10th May 2011
Product
IRIS Accounts Production
Problem
What is the difference between an Exception and a Warning report ?
Resolution
Users are able to drill down from any warnings/exception reports to quickly address any potential errors. You can also drill down from the entries within the trial balance in interactive reports directly to the transactional data within KashFlow where any amendments can be made directly in the source data. An Exception report is generated for mandatory items for the iXBRL report which users must complete before either Finalising the accounts or Creating a HMRC Copy. As such this tab should be referred to, all exceptions MUST be rectified before either of these functions can be processed. Each exception is broken down to advise what the issue is and where within Accounts Production the correction needs to be applied. Once the exceptions are corrected then the report will need to be re-run to enable the finalised status to be set and for the HMRC Copy to be created. NOTE: Where there are no exceptions found, then this tab will not be displayed. Whereas a Warnings report is generated to highlight which items are contained in the HMRC minimum tag list that could not be default tagged. It may be that the minimum set of tagging requirements have not been applied to the report and further tagging is necessary. The details within this tab should be referred to by checking the items mentioned in report are tagged (highlighted in green) to ensure that the report content and tagging are complete before marking the year as iXBRL finalised. NOTE: Once the warnings have been followed and completed, users can ignore the warning report and finalise the accounts.

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