Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 54866
Share/Amount values read incorrectly from QIF import of stock transactions.
Last modified: 2014-03-16 22:23:56 EDT
Description of Problem:
Importing of stock transactions is completely broken. Here's a simple buy
of 100 shares, for $1:
gnucash somehow reads this as a buy of -10,000 shares, for $-1.
Here's a QIF record for a 2:1 stock split.
This imports as a 200:1 stock split
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Create an empty, new file in gnucash.
2. Accept all the defaults in the new file wizard, but select both "Common
Accounts" and "Investment Account" in the hierarchy setup dialog.
2. Import the following QIF file. Just go ahead and click through all the
default answers in the QIF import wizard.
Gnucash imports a "Buy of -10,000 shares for $-1, followed by a 200:1 stock
A buy of 100 shares, then a 2:1 stock split.
This QIF file was exported from Quicken Deluxe '99.
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The QIF file
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Screen dump of the account register, after import.
Closing bugs from older, end-of-life releases. Apologies for any lack of response.
Please attempt to reproduce problems on a current distro, such as Fedora Core 3.