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Requirement To Have One Accounting Event For Direct Delivery In Receipt Accounting Flow (Doc ID 1559758.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 25, 2020

Applies to:

Oracle Fusion Cost Management Cloud Service - Version and later
Oracle Fusion Receipt Accounting - Version and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Currently, Fusion Receipt Accounting treats every receipt as two separate accounting events, receipt and delivery, distributed as follows for expense destination:

Receive: Debit Receive into Inspection, Credit Expense Accrual
Deliver: Debit Expense, Credit Receive into Inspection

For direct delivery scenarios, both events are executed concurrently, and ideally Receive into Inspection always offsets back to zero. The customer requests this be changed to a single accounting event.

Direct Delivery: Debit Expense, Credit Expense Accrual

Some customers use Receipt Accounting in self-service scenarios only, so there is no requirement for item costing, warehouse logistics, or inventory destinations. They might view the Receive Into Inspection distributions as superfluous.

They have no other need for the account outside these transactions and are currently challenged with mapping it in a non-Chart-of-Account-specific setup.


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