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E1: 03B: Troubleshooting Accounts Receivable Currency Paid Invoice With Taxes Post Failure Out Of Balance Issues (R09801, P0411) (Doc ID 1642330.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 17, 2019

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Accounts Receivable - Version XE and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Purpose

This document has been created to help clients troubleshoot a scenario specific invoice with Sales Tax batch (IB) post failure related to a out of balance condition. 

Troubleshooting Steps

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In this Document
Purpose
Troubleshooting Steps
 Overview
 Caution: Please Read This Important Disclaimer!
 Data Collection Instructions - (Summarized Details)
 Data Collection Instructions - (Full Details)
 Understanding Multi Currency
 Summary Of Domestic Versus Foreign Currency Transactions
 Domestic Entry
 Foreign Entry
 Tax Explanation Summary
 Key Tax Programs
 Tax Rules
 Tax Query (P4008)
 Tax Rate/Area Details (P4008)
 Successful Post Summary
 Good Record Example before Multi Currency invoice With Sales Tax Posts to General Ledger
 Good Record Example After invoice Posts to the General Ledger
 Good Record Example After invoice Posts Successfully and is Paid
 Out Of Balance Post Failure Scenarios
 Scenario 1A: Invoice With Sales Tax Batch (IB) Has A/R Ledger (F03B11) Out Of Balance To F0911 (domestic side only)
 Scenario 1B: Invoice Batch (IB) Has A/R Ledger (F03B11) Out Of Balance To F0911 (foreign side only)
 Scenario 2: Invoice Batch (IB) Has A/R Ledger (F03B11) GL Date Out Of Balance To General Ledger (F0911) - invoice is Foreign Currency
 Scenario 3: Failure Interrupts Post Process - (GL Posted Successfully A/R Ledger Post Failed) - invoice is foreign currency
References

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