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The Subledger Accounting Method xxx xxxx Contains an Invalid Journal Entry Rule Set, During Journal Import (Doc ID 2655477.1)

Last updated on MAY 26, 2020

Applies to:

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


On Fusion  find that Journals are not being imported 


The subledger accounting method GFSL Standard Accrual contains an invalid journal entry rule set.
 Cause: The journal entry rule set assigned to the subledger accounting method is incomplete or in error.
 Action: You must activate the journal entry rule set assignment or update the journal entry rule set assignments in the subledger accounting method.

Steps to Reproduce:

The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. Submit Create Taxable Transactions in Spreadsheet (General Accounting>Journals>task: Create Taxable Transactions in Spreadsheet)
2. Fill the spreadsheet with data and submit
3. Subprocesses will run and the output of the create accounting execution report shows the above error

Journals are not being imported, - It appears that lots of journals which are produced through Oracle are not getting generated.
Payables Trial Balance - This is showing invoices which have already been paid which shouldn't be the case. Some usual journal entry are not happening.
Also, no new invoice postings are finding their way onto the payable trial balance, the last new entry is a few weeks back.
When looking at the suppliers, the supplier ledgers look correct (new invoices are being entered and any payments made have been recorded).
There are processes to create Sales Journals,GL Sales Transaction Journal Creation Functionality , this worked the month before but failed for current month.

It appears to be importing but does not.

Business Impact:
customer needs to finalise their Feb/Mar and end of year reports


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