Some QuickBooks lists have multiple levels (up to a total of 5), which are separated by a colon e.g. Account:SubAccount1:SubAccount2. Creating reports that group jobs, customers, accounts, or items can be difficult because it involves linking together parent names, determining levels, etc. - and would be near impossible in a pivot table.
The QQube technology provides special grouping mechanisms that remove the complexity of replicating the same grouping operations that QuickBooks provides in its reports.
Using the following example ITEM_A : SUBITEM_B : SUBITEM_C : SUBITEM_D : SUBITEM_E
Using the following example CUSTOMER : SUBJOB_A : SUBJOB_B : SUBJOB_C : SUBJOB_D
Using the following example CLASS : SUBCLASS_A : SUBCLASS_B : SUBCLASS_C : SUBCLASS_D
Account Groupings act similarly to Item and Job Groupings with 5 possible levels. QQube adds additional options to group by:
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