Script to Remove Advanced Bank Reconciliation Transaction Matches

Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business CentralI do demonstrations of quite a bit of functionality in Microsoft Dynamics GP which often necessitates restored databases or otherwise reversing transactions and processing. One of the modules I’ve done some demonstrations of recently is the Advanced Bank Reconciliation module from Nolan Business Solutions. One of the features of this module is allowing you to atch statement entries with transactions in Dynamics GP.

If you use the auto-reconcile rules to do the matching and then want to undo the match, you need to select each matched transaction and unmatch them and then do the next and so on, which can take quite a while. The below script will remove the matches from both the NC Matched Statement Trx 11003k (NCABR011) and NC_Matched_GL_TRX (NCABR012) tables:

Created by Ian Grieve of azurecurve | Ramblings of an IT Professional ( This code is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International (CC BY-NC-SA 4.0 Int). */
UPDATE NCABR011 --NC Matched Statement Trx 11003k (NCABR011) SET NC_Matched = 0 ,NC_Match_Number = 0 WHERE NC_Matched = 1 GO UPDATE NCABR012 --NC_Matched_GL_TRX (NCABR012) SET NC_Matched = 0 ,NC_Match_Number = 0 WHERE NC_Matched = 1 GO

This script was created for use ona demo/test system and appears to run without adverse effect, but I would recommend caution (via a backup) and thorough testing before using it on any system.

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