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AutoInvoice Setup: How to Set Up Receivables Descriptive Flexfields [Video] (Doc ID 1068344.1)

Last updated on JUNE 05, 2024

Applies to:

Oracle Receivables - Version 12.0.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
Executable:RAXTRX - Autoinvoice Import Program


Oracle Receivables (AR): AutoInvoice Information Center > AutoInvoice Setup for Release 12: A Case Study Using a Simple Script > Note 1068344.1

Oracle Receivables (AR): Transactions Workbench Information Center > Note 1068344.1

There are four types of transaction flexfields used by AutoInvoice:

If you are using Autoinvoice, it is mandatory to define: (1) Line Transaction Flexfield (line level information) and (2)  Invoice Transaction Flexfield (header level information). If you do not explicitly define Link-to and Reference Transaction flexfields, Autoinvoice will use the flexfield structure of the Line Transaction Flexfield to determine Link-To and Reference information.

This document discusses the various transaction flexfields and demonstrates how to setup each of the four types. The setup for Line Transaction Flexfield is discussed in most detail as it is required for the case study in Note 1067402.1, Setting Up AutoInvoice for Release 12: A Case Study using a Simple Script.

For more information on the differences of each type and usage, please refer to the Oracle Receivables User's Guide, page 2-234.

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In this Document
 1. Creating a Line Transaction Flexfield
 2. Creating a Link-to Transaction Flexfield
 3. Creating a Reference Transaction Flexfield
 4. Creating an Invoice Transaction Flexfield
 5. Additional examples
 6. Seeded Line Transaction Flexfield information
 7. Troubleshooting
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