Accounting Differences for Receipts in R10 to R11 (Doc ID 2272783.1)

Last updated on JUNE 01, 2017

Applies to:

Oracle Fusion Receivables Cloud Service - Version 11.1.10.0.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

Unapplied lines for receipts using seeded accounting method (AR_DEFAULT_ACCRUAL) and seeded receipt JERS (AR_RCT_DEFAULT_ACCRUAL_4524) are different in Release 10 compared to Release 11.

In AR you will still see two unapplied lines regardless of if you are in release 10 or release 11. However, we generate sla accounting on top of the AR data and if you review the data in ar_distributions_all and xla_distribution_links you will see that there are two unapplied rows.

But in xla_ae_lines is where the difference shows for release 10 and release 11.  See example below:

 

->In Release 10, the unapp lines were not merged.

Receipt in Release 10

xla_ae_lines
ACCOUNTING_CLASS_ CODE            ENTERED_DR           ENTERED_CR
UNAPP                                                         25                               ~
RECEIVABLE                                               ~                                25
UNAPP                                                          ~                                25
CONFIRMATION                                        25                                ~

 

->In Release 11, the unapp lines are merged

Receipt in Release 11

xla_ae_lines
ACCOUNTING_CLASS_ CODE            ENTERED_DR            ENTERED_CR
UNAPP                                                           0                                   ~
RECEIVABLE                                                ~                                  15
CONFIRMATION                                         15                                  ~

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cause

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