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I ran a rebuild and received a code 350

I ran a rebuild and received a code 350

 

Error 350
Error: Verify ToC: Verify has failed due to an error under Transfer of Credits, related to the following transactions: GJE # 4847, GJE # , Receipt # 2135, Invoice # 15223. Ensure that all entries are rectified before proceeding for Rebuild.

How can I fix this?

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QuickBooks Team

Re: I ran a rebuild and received a code 350

Hi mciavolino,

 

The error 350 shows that some of your transactions have a duplicate or damaged. To resolve it, check for the GJE #4847, GJE #, Receipt #2135, and Invoice #12553 transactions, if what's the causing the error. You'll have to manually delete or recreate those transactions.

 

I have here useful user-guide on how to remove duplicate transactions.

 

After modifying those transactions, try rebuilding your file again.

 

You can always reach out to me if you need more help in solving this

Established Member

Re: I ran a rebuild and received a code 350

Thank you. If easily found the invoice.

 

But how do I find:

GJE #4847, GJE #, Receipt #2135,

 

I've searched around but found no answers.

Established Member

Re: I ran a rebuild and received a code 350

I could easily find and correct the invoice.

 

But how I find:

 GJE #4847, GJE #, Receipt #2135

 

I searched for answers with no results.

 

QuickBooks Team

Re: I ran a rebuild and received a code 350

Let me help you sort this out, @mciavolino.

 

You have two ways to locate for your transactions. You may use the Find option or generate the Transaction List by Customer

 

Here’s how to use the Find option:

  1. Click the Edit menu.
  2. Choose Find.
  3. Select the Advanced Tab.
  4. In the Filter box, look for Transactions Type.
  5. Choose:
    • Journal for GJE.
    • Item Receipt and Sales Receipt for Receipt #.
  6. Click Find

On the other hand, here’s how to access the Transactions List by Customer:

  1. Go to Reports menu.
  2. Choose Customers and Receivables.
  3. Select the Transactions List by Customer.
  4. Click the Customize Button.
  5. In the Display tab, choose Type in the Sort by drop-down list.
  6. Go to the Filters tab.
  7. In the Filter box, look for Transactions Type.
  8. Choose:
    • Journal for GJE.
    • Item Receipt and Sales Receipt for Receipt #
  9. Click Ok. 

That should do it! This will allow you to view the transactions that caused the error you’ve received.

 

Don’t hesitate to visit us here in the Community if you have other questions about searching for your transactions in QuickBooks Desktop. I’m always here to help.