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French Localization - Bills Receivable - Errors In The Electronic File Generation (Doc ID 2692640.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 09, 2021

Applies to:

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


On : version, Setup Module

When creating and remitting standard and factored bill receivables the output of the remittance process have the following missing information:

1. no matter if the remittance is standard or factored, for FundsCaptureInstruction
Record type: '03 ', position 79 the result of:
 IF NVL(PayeeAccount[1]/FundsCaptureOrder[1]/BankAccountTransaction/SettlementFactored, 'N') = 'N' THEN '30' ELSE '10' END IF

is ALWAYS: 10 = factored remittance

2. for FundsCaptureInstruction Record type: '03 ',position: 81 the result of: InstructionGrouping/SettlementCurrency/Code is null -> there is no currency displayed even if there is a currency code selected when batch is submitted.

3. for FundsCaptureInstruction  Record type: '06 ', position 79 0--> Round(SUM(PayeeAccount/FundsCaptureOrder/OrderAmount/Value) * 100)


1. 30 = standard remittance to be displayed in the output of the remittance process when the creation and remittance of the bill receivables is standard have the currency displayed on the output of the bill receivables remittance process in both cases

3. to have the 3rd described option available -
"0" Payee print the document to the customer and the customer doesn't have to approve

The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. Create bill receivables standard and factored remittance batches
2. Review the output of the remittance batch and see the above observations.

The issue has the following business impact:
Due to this issue, users cannot use the output of the remittance process.




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