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R12 PNTAUPMT Invalid Legal Entity Updated in Authorize Billings/Payments form (Doc ID 1084903.1)

Last updated on MARCH 08, 2017

Applies to:

Oracle Property Manager - Version 12.0.6 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
PNTAUPMT.fmb, PNTPYTRB.pls

***Checked for relevance 28-May-2013***


Symptoms

When attempting to Property Manager Export to AP, Payables Open Interface Import

the following error occurs:

ERROR
On Production, users are experiencing errors whereby a Property invoice that was exported from Property Manager to Payables, is errorring on the Payables Open Interface Import with message 'Legal Entity Invalid'.

-- Steps To Reproduce:
1. Pick a direct finalized lease.
2. Go Authorize Payments form and select one Draft payment term.
3. Press Details button.
4. Place the cursor on the Payment Items and add a new record entering only
line information but NO Supplier information.
5. Save the work. A notification message will occur that not all the fields
are entered but still the record will be saved.
At this time PN_PAYMENT_TERMS_ALL.LEGAL_ENTITY_ID value is correct.
6. For the new created record press Current Term Details button and add
Supplier Name/Number.
DO NOT ENTER the Supplier Site.
7. Save the work. It successfully saves while it shouldn't without the
Supplier Site.
8. Check again PN_PAYMENT_TERMS_ALL.LEGAL_ENTITY_ID for the created term
and find that now the value has changed to -1.

Note that the schedule date can be authorized and exported to AP.
In the AP interface the -1 value for LEGAL_ENTITY_ID will exist for that
payment_term_id.
When doing the import in AP the following error message is generated due to
the value: "Invalid legal entity information"

Cause

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