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Cannot Create 'In Arrears' Invoices For Italy (Doc ID 2808198.1)

Last updated on SEPTEMBER 19, 2021

Applies to:

Oracle Fusion Receivables Cloud Service - Version 11.13.21.04.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Goal

On : 11.13.21.04.0 version, Customer Billing (Transactions)

Cannot create 'In Arrears' invoices for Italy

As part of Italy's legal requirement, have setup Chronological Document sequencing at Legal entity level.
Issue is that in Subscriptions, for usage billing, have invoices with invoicing rule 'In Arrear's' with Rule Start date in the past period - this is a standard functionality. During Autoinvoicing into AR, the Invoices with 'In Arrears' do not get processed.
The 'Derive date' in Transaction source is not checked.
There is no error for these lines but Autoinvoice program - Import Autoinvoice does not get triggered/does not pick up these invoices at all. No error.

As a test, have tried creating a manual invoice with 'In arrears' and Rule start date in the past period. While saving, got an error.

Error

You can't create a transaction with the In Arrears invoicing rule. The primary ledger is configured for chronological document sequencing at the legal entity. (AR-857529)

The primary ledger setup enforces the sequencing of document numbers in chronological order by accounting date. The In Arrears invoicing rule uses the latest revenue scheduling rule end date as the accounting date, thereby creating a transaction with a future accounting date. A transaction with a future accounting date would be out of sequence for document numbering in chronological order.


If user switch off the Chronological document sequencing, the user is able to create the invoice - as expected.

How do users process the 'In arrears' invoices from Subscriptions?
 

Solution

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