JDBC Driver for QuickBooks

Build 21.0.7867

Deposits

Create, update, delete, and query QuickBooks Deposits. QBXMLVersion must be set to 7.0 or higher to update a deposit.

Table Specific Information

Deposits may be inserted, queried, or updated via the Deposits or DepositLineItems tables. Deposits may be deleted by using the Deposits table.

This table has a Custom Fields column. See the Custom Fields page for more information.

Select

By default, SupportEnhancedSQL is set to true, and the following will be honored if present. Other filters will be executed client side. If SupportEnhancedSQL is set to false, only the following filters will be honored.

QuickBooks allows only a small subset of columns to be used in the WHERE clause of a SELECT query. These columns can typically be used with only the equals or = comparison. The available columns for Deposits are Id, DepositToAccount, and DepositToAccountId. TimeModified and Date may be used with the >, >=, <, <=, or = conditions and may be used twice to specify a range. For example:

SELECT * FROM Deposits WHERE TimeModified > '1/1/2011' AND TimeModified < '2/1/2011'

Insert

To add a Deposit, specify the DepositToAccount field and at least one Line Item. The ItemAggregate column may be used to specify an XML aggregate of Line Item data. The columns that may be used in these aggregates are defined in the DepositLineItems table and it starts with Item. For example, the following will insert a new Deposit with two Line Items:

INSERT INTO Deposits (DepositToAccount, ItemAggregate) 
VALUES ('Checking', '<DepositLineItems>
<Row><ItemAccount>Undeposited Funds</ItemAccount><ItemAmount>12.25</ItemAmount></Row>
<Row><ItemAccount>Savings</ItemAccount><ItemAmount>155.35</ItemAmount></Row>
</DepositLineItems>')
To insert subitems, set the ItemName field to the FullName of the item; for example, '<Row><ItemName>Subs:Carpet</ItemName><ItemQuantity>0</ItemQuantity></Row>'

Columns

Name Type ReadOnly References ColumnSize Description
ID [KEY] String True 255

The unique identifier.

TxnNumber Integer True

The transaction number. An identifying number for the transaction, different from the QuickBooks-generated Id.

Date Date False

The date of the transaction. If it is set in the WHERE clause of a SELECT query, the pseudo columns StartDate and EndDate are overwritten with the value.

CashBackAccount String False

Accounts.FullName

1000

Account reference to the bank or credit card company.

CashBackAccountId String False

Accounts.ID

255

Account reference to the bank or credit card company.

CashBackAmount Decimal False

Cash back amount.

CashBackId String True 255

Id of the cash back transaction.

CashBackMemo String False 5000

Additional info for the cash back transaction.

DepositToAccount String False

Accounts.FullName

1000

Account to deposit funds to.

DepositToAccountId String False

Accounts.ID

255

Account to deposit funds to.

Memo String False 5000

Memo to appear on internal reports only.

TotalDeposit Double True

The total of the deposit.

ItemCount Integer True

The count of line items.

ItemAggregate String False 5000

An aggregate of the line item data which can be used for adding a deposit and its line item data.

CurrencyName String False

Currency.Name

64

The name of the currency for this deposit. A minimum QBXML Version of 8.0 is required for this feature.

CurrencyId String False

Currency.ID

255

The unique Id of the currency for this deposit. A minimum QBXML Version of 8.0 is required for this feature.

ExchangeRate Double False

The market price for which this currency can be exchanged for the currency used by the QuickBooks company file as the home currency.

CustomFields String False

Custom fields returned from QuickBooks and formatted into XML.

TimeModified Datetime True

When the deposit was last modified.

TimeCreated Datetime True

When the deposit was created.

Payee String False

Vendors.Name

1000

The name of the payee for the Check.

PayeeId String False

Vendors.ID

255

The Id of the payee for the Check.

Pseudo-Columns

Pseudo Column fields are used in the WHERE clause of SELECT statements and offer a more granular control over the tuples that are returned from the data source.

Name Type Description
Item* String

All line-item-specific columns may be used in insertions.

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