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AutoInvoice Setup for Oracle Fusion Receivables Cloud (Doc ID 1345332.1)

Last updated on SEPTEMBER 21, 2022

Applies to:

Oracle Fusion Receivables Cloud Service - Version N/A and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


The objective of this document is to provide step by step instructions on the setups required in Oracle Fusion Receivables in order to create simple transactions via AutoInvoice.


1. To import invoices you need to use the template: AutoInvoiceImportTemplate.xlsm

In order to download the latest version of the AutoInvoice FBDI, refer to the following navigation:

Oracle Documentation > Financials >  Administer > Import Data > Get started with file-based data import > Receivables > AutoInvoice Import

2. How To Import Fusion Receivables Invoices Using File Based Data Import

3. How to Correct The Data On the AutoInvoice Interface Lines Using ADFDI Templates


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In this Document
 1. Define Common Accounts Receivable Configuration
 2. Manage Receivables Descriptive Flexfields
 3. Manage Transaction Types
 4. Manage AutoAccounting Rules
 5. Manage AutoInvoice Line Ordering Rules
 6. Manage AutoInvoice Grouping Rules
 7. Manage Receivables Payment Terms
 8. Manage Transaction Sources
 9. Manage Receipt Classes and Methods
 10. Manage Receivables Customer Profile Classes
 11. Create Customer
 12. Manage Receivables System Options
 13. Manage Receivables Accounting Periods
 14. Manage Remit-To Addresses
 15. Manage Standard Memo Lines (optional)
 16. Upload the data within Interface table
 a. Upload the interface data for an Invoice
 b. Upload the interface data for an Applied Credit Memo
 c. Upload the interface data for an On-Account Credit Memo
 d. Upload the interface data for an Invoice with Distributions
 17. Testing AutoInvoice: AutoInvoice Import Process
 18. Review the Invoice and Credit Memos created by AutoInvoice
 19. Purging the Interface Table After Import

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