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How To: Pass Order Management Header EFF to Accounts Receivables Header DFF NON Global Segments - Service Mapping (Doc ID 2468109.1)

Last updated on NOVEMBER 01, 2018

Applies to:

Oracle Fusion Order Management Cloud Service - Version 11.13.18.02.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Goal

This note describes how to pass information from Order Management to Accounts Receivables data is populated in an AR NON Global Segment, in the example provided:

1. Data is captured on a Order Header EFF.
2. A DFF has been defined on the RA_CUSTOMER_TRX Table - NOTE the Segment is a NON Global Segment. The data will be passed to Receivables on the RA_INTERFACE_LINES_ALL table.
3. Data is passed from the Order Management Header EFF to Accounts Receivable.

Additional Material has been provided by the Product Management and Development teams

Review Customer Connect Session - SCM – Implementing Order Management Cloud - Tips & Best Practices (Part 8) - Service Mappings

Infrastructure (update 17C)   This covers mapping OM to AR including EFF/DFF and Extensions as well.
Video  (expand Implementation Advice and click on Setup Detail: Extend integration with Fusion receivables)
Handout


Extend Integration to Oracle Procurement, Oracle Shipping and Oracle Receiving  (update 17D) This one covers mapping OM to Purchasing.
Video (Expand Implementation Advice Setup Demo)
Handout 

Solution

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In this Document
Goal
Solution
 Enable Custom Payloads for Downstream Integration - Feature
 Receivables Descriptive Flex Field Definition
 Examine the Receivables DFF definition
 Define Service Mapping for Receivables DFF
 Order Management Extensible Flex Field Definition
 Examine the Order Management Fulfillment Line EFF definition
 Define Service Mapping for Order Management EFF
 Create an Algorithm
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