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OGL EPF Received Period Gap Error Message When Bringing GL Actual Balance to EPF (Doc ID 342735.1)

Last updated on MARCH 19, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Enterprise Performance Foundation - Version 11.5.10 to [Release 11.5]
Information in this document applies to any platform.
OGL EPF Data Integration


While attempting to bring GL Actual Balances for Jan-03 to Mar-03 using EPF Balance Rule, received period gap error message. Period Jan-04 through Dec-04 were successfully loaded into FEM_BALANCES table.

Start of log messages from FND_FILE
Validating parameters...
Registering current execution...

All periods could not be processed for Dataset Code 11003 because there is a period gap.
All periods could not be processed for the Balances Rule version.

Generating execution report

Output file shows the following:
Date: 28-NOV-2005 09:11:32             General Ledger Balances Rule Execution Report                                          Page 1

 Balances Rule Version            : 2
 From Period                           : Jan-03
 To Period                               : Mar-03
 As-Of Date                            :
 From Balancing Segment Value          :
 To Balancing Segment Value              :

Dataset Actuals_GL

  Registration Status:

  Period           Registration Status
  ---------------  ----------------------------------------------------
  Jan-03            Failed because of period gap
  Feb-03           Failed because of period gap
  Mar-03           Failed because of period gap

1) Successfully brought over Jan-04 through Dec-04 actual balances into FEM_BALANCES table.
2) Failed with period gap error while trying to load Jan-03 through Mar-03.
3) Failed with period gap error while trying to load Dec-03 or Jan-05.


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