[kmymoney] [Bug 396225] When importing a ofx/qif file, it does not show me all my accounts

Brendan Coupe brendan at coupeware.com
Sat Oct 13 17:59:50 BST 2018

I vote for showing all accounts until you can add a way to turn all
accounts on and off. I have a Savings account that has the ACCTTYPE
set to MONEYMRKT and KMM only shows me my brokerage accounts unless I
run a sed command on the file to change ACCTTYPE to SAVINGS.

Brendan Coupe
On Sat, Oct 13, 2018 at 8:06 AM Thomas Baumgart
<bugzilla_noreply at kde.org> wrote:
> https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=396225
> --- Comment #20 from Thomas Baumgart <tbaumgart at kde.org> ---
> As Jack has pointed out, KMyMoney only shows the accounts that have a matching
> type. In your case you import a QIF which contains data for an account of type
> 'checking'. You can see that on the screenshot with the account selection
> dialog.
> Hence KMyMoney only presents the accounts which have been created with type
> 'checking'. Looking at the 'list of accounts' one can see that most are simply
> created as 'Asset' accounts (the ones that carry the word 'PAID' in the icon).
> Of course we could change the logic to show all asset accounts and do the same
> for the other special asset types (savings, investment, etc.). The same would
> apply to the liability accounts.
> @Jack: Should we go that route? Maybe as a quick fix and later on add a
> checkbox to turn on display of all accounts if the one the user looks for is
> not in the type matching set. What do you think?
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