Maintain Value Sets And Maintain Chart Of Account Hierarchies Process
(Doc ID 2399728.1)
Last updated on MARCH 12, 2021
Applies to:Oracle Fusion General Ledger Cloud Service - Version 188.8.131.52.0 and later
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On : Financial Reporting and Analysis
Maintain Value Sets and Maintain Chart of Account Hierarchies Process
During implementation of DRM integration to Oracle Cloud for Chart of Account values and hierarchies once the Import Segment Values and Hierarchies process completes there are a number of additional process that need to be run. These include the Maintain Values Sets and Maintain Chart of Accounts Hierarchies processes.
As per Oracle Support Doc ID 1608890.1 the Maintain Value Sets and Maintain Chart of Accounts Hierarchies processes only need to be run when the value set and / or hierarchy relates to the Primary Balancing Segment value. However in the Oracle R13 documentation ("Implementing Enterprise Structures and General Ledger" Release 13 (Updated 18A) - Part Number E92180-03 pp.184-185) the distinction between primary BSV and other segments is not made, except with vague reference with regard to hierarchies that are used for data security on pg. 168 - " particularly for hierarchy changes to the primary balancing segment value set"
Similarly the Oracle R13 documentation (same reference as above) notes that the Publish Chart of Account Hierarchies process must be run - however this step is not included in Doc ID 1608890.1
1) Does Maintain Value Sets and Maintain Chart of Accounts Hierarchies processes need to be run if the updated value set and / or hierarchy DOES NOT relate to the Primary Balancing Segment Value?
2) Is it required for the Publish Chart of Account Dimension Members and Hierarchies to Balances Cube process to be run if an hierarchy tree version has been updated by the Import Segment Values and Hierarchies process? (Note: Please assume the tree version being updated is required to be published to balances cube and was previously published to the cube)
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