If things used to work fine and now you are getting this message I don't have an opinion. If this is the first time you have been running the report and are getting the message I do have a place you might look.
When a billing code is created it should be associated with a GL account at that time. Thus, when you start to create a billing record, you select a billing code then a description, length of time, rate etc. When that billing record is billed and subsequently paid the computer knows which GL account to assign the revenue to.
You can check if the code is associtate with a GL account by going to File/Setup/Codes/Billing Codes. Find the code in question, highlight it, hit the triangle icon at the top to "change" it and you will be where you can view its properties. Go to the second tab called Options and in the middle of the page is a box called GL Account. There should be a valid account listed for that code. The same would be true for all codes.
One problem if memory serves, is that if you create a billing record with a billing code that has no GL account associate with it just going back and fixing the billing code will not change the billing records which were billed while the code had no GL code.
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