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IC Errors: The Intercompany account was not generated / Review and correct the receivable account assignment. Distributions exist for this intercompany transaction. (Doc ID 2130226.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 13, 2020

Applies to:

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


When attempting to create Intercompany (IC) Transactions, the following errors are encountered:

1. While creating manually IC transactions

  The Intercompany account was not generated.
  The Intercompany balancing account combination does not exist.

2. While loading using the Receivables AutoInvoice Import Interface load spreadsheet

  Review and correct the receivable account assignment.
  Distributions exist for this intercompany transaction. Delete the distributions and try again.

The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. Create Manual Intercompany Transaction
  a. Navigator>Receivables>Billing
  b. Create Transaction
  c. Enter Required Information

2. Import Intercompany invoice
  a. Populate Receivables AutoInvoice Import Interface spreadsheet
  b. Generate CSV File
  c. Navigate to the Scheduled Processes page.
  d. Click on Schedule New Process in the Search Results table.
  e. Select the Import AutoInvoice process and click OK.
  f. Enter the required parameters. These parameters are required:
  Transaction Source
  Default Date (default is the system date)
  Base Due Date on Transaction Date (default is Yes)
  g. Enter the rest of the parameters as needed and submit the process.
  h. Monitor the process in the Scheduled Process page.
  i. If the Import AutoInvoice process ends in error or warning, review the log file and validation report for details about the rows that caused the failure.


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