There is no easy way to identify those. A switch to plain language has been promised for the future. Meanwhile, all you can do is make some manual entries until you have involved all accounts. Then start a Batch Update process and correlate the hexadecimal strings with known accounts.
Note, you’ll also have to do the same thing with all sorts of other elements of the data base, not just the account names. The possibility for error is awfully high.
If I were you, I’d give serious thought to whether I really needed that historical information entered into Manager. Could you just live with setting starting balances?
The fastest way, since you cannot batch update chart of accounts and so you cannot export it massively with its hexadecimal codes, is to access to them through APIs. The other way is to create a test invoice with all the accounts and export it through batch update.
Is that possible to implement any space into manager in order to see the account codes ? (The codes that are needed for the batch creation step) By creation of batch process i always creating a test record and trying to see the related codes with the accounts (We’re wasting a lot of time by this method.)
If this will not be updated soon in any way, i will be creating a folder to keeping the codes after batch creation step.
I don’t know technically possible but maybe a click button could be implemented into the below corner for each accounts. When the users can click to any amount from the summary. They can get the hexadecimal code as same as the transaction copies.