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E1: 03B: Understanding The A/R Cash Receipt Post Process (R09801) (Doc ID 1967291.1)

Last updated on MAY 01, 2023

Applies to:

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



When you create a Original Receipt you update the Receipt Header table (F03B13) and Receipt Detail table (F03B14). Before posting there is no General Ledger table (F0911) record created. After you post the Original receipt batch, you update the receipt header table (F03B13) and paymente detail table (F03B14) post code, if successful, to status of D and the General Ledger table (F0911) will create the receipt record (RC or RK) with a post code status, if successful, of P and creates a AE entry for your AR trade account.  If you create an adjustment on an existing receipt record, you create a new batch within the Receipt detail table (F03B14) before posting this new batch, no General Ledger record is created yet. After post, the new batch in the receipt detail table (F03B14) post code, if successful goes to D and a receipt record is created in the General Ledger table (F0911) within a post code, if successful, of P and a AE entry for a hit to AR trade account. Note: When the General Ledger posts the voucher and creates the AE the F0902 account ledger is updated as well. 


This document discusses the post process and how troubleshoot posting issues within Oracle JD Edwards EntepriseOne Accounts Receivable Receipts.


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In this Document
 General Ledger Post (R09801) Processing Options
 Offset Method Options
 Understanding GL Date Warnings and Errors (PYEB, PBCO, PACO and WACO)
 Posting AR Receipts (R09801)
 Journal Entries Created by the Receipt Post Process
 Posting Voided and NSF Receipts
 Posting Zero Amount Receipts
 Understanding Automatic Entries Created by the Receipt Post Process
 Company 00000
 New Feature for Document Company (KCO) starting at release 9.1
 Posting to Prior Period (R09801)
 Steps to Post to Prior Period
 Posting to Prior Year (R09801)
 Steps to Post to a Prior Year
 Adjusting Amounts to Reflect in Current Period
 Batch Approval and Post Security (P00241)
 Manually Create an Automatic Entry (P0911)
 Post Troubleshooting Knowledge References

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