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.
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.
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In this Document
|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|
|Tax Explanation Summary|
|Key Tax Programs|
|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|