Post Button Disabled For Spreadsheet Journal Batch That Has Journals That Belong To Different Data Access Sets (Doc ID 1585561.1)

Last updated on JULY 12, 2017

Applies to:

Oracle Fusion General Ledger - Version 11.1.5.0.0 and later
Oracle Fusion General Ledger Cloud Service - Version 11.1.5.0.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

Having the following setup:
3 data access sets (DAS) defined, one having access only to one balancing segment value (BSV) in a ledger, another having access to a different BSV only in the same ledger
and a third DAS having full access to all BSVs in the same ledger.
A user has access to the first two DAS and a super user has access to the full access DAS.

The following journals are entered by the user that has access to the 2 DAS:

User loads 2 sets of data with the same Group Id into Journal Interface via ADFdi.
- One journal for one DAS and one journal for the other DAS.
Since the Ledger Id and Group Id are the same and the user did not specify a journal batch name, Journal Import created 1 journal batch containing 2 journal headers.
When the user goes into the Journals UI he can see each journal separately by selecting each corresponding DAS but the Post button is disabled therefore he cannot post the journals.


EXPECTED BEHAVIOR
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The user expects to be able to post the journals.

STEPS
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The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. Define 3 data access sets (DAS) defined, one having access only to one balancing segment value (BSV) in a ledger, another having access to a different BSV only in the same
    ledger and a third DAS having full access to all BSVs in the same ledger.
2. Define a user that has access to the 2 DAS that have access to only one BSV each.
3. Have user load 2 sets of data with the same Group Id into Journal Interface via ADFdi.
4. Check the resulting journals within a single batch and see that the Post button is disabled.

Cause

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