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PJC: What is the Purpose of the New Feature Revalidate During Import in the Import and Process Program in Release 12? (Doc ID 2342118.1)

Last updated on SEPTEMBER 13, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Fusion Project Costing Cloud Service - Version 11.12.1.0.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

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What is the purpose of the parameter / option "Revalidate during import" in the Import and Process Program in Release 12?

Oracle Project Portfolio Management Cloud, What's New in Release 12 states:

REVALIDATE PROJECT COSTS FROM EXPENSES DURING IMPORT This feature allows users to ensure costs from integrating Oracle Cloud applications are for valid projects and tasks by revalidating transactions during cost import. You can enable this feature using the Manage Project Transaction Sources page. Once set up, the Import Costs process will revalidate costs and report invalid transactions.

For example, an employee submits an expense report for a valid project and task. By the time the expense report is accounted in Payables and imported to Project Costing, the project is closed. If this option is enabled for the Expense Report document for the Oracle Fusion Payables transaction source, the Import Costs process will reject the expense report costs and avoid billing invalid transactions.

Oracle Project Portfolio Management Cloud, Using Project Costing states:

Validate transactions
Validates transactions for business and transaction control rules. If the Revalidate during import option is enabled at the transaction source document level, the process revalidates the cost transactions imported from other Oracle Fusion applications such as Payables, Cost Management, and Time and Labor.


 

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