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Explanations For Some Important Profile Options for Property Manager (Doc ID 1099133.1)

Last updated on MAY 28, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Property Manager - Version 11.5.9 to 12.1.1 [Release 11.5 to 12.1]
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Goal

The purpose of this document is to explain the usage of some important profile options in Property Manager module

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In this Document
Goal
Solution
 LEASE
 1. PN: Export Distributions to Receivables
 2.PN: Validate Assignment Cost Centers
 3. PN: Allow Early Termination Before Last Approved Schedule
 4. MO: Default Operating Unit profile
 5. PN: Tenancy Update
 6. PN: Change Tenancy Dates When Lease Dates Change
 RENT INCREASE
 1. PN: Rent Increase Calculated After Assessment Date
 2. PN: Area Type in Annual Per Area
 3. PN: Rent Increase Term End Date
 4.PN: Recalculate Rent Increase on Account Changes
 5.PN: Rent Increase Term End Date
 6. PN: End Date For Base Year Reference Rent Increase Terms
 7.PN: Automatic Index Number Generation
 8.Include Terms as Rent Increase Basis by Default
 VARIABLE RENT
 1.PN: Require volume for entire invoice period
 2.PN: Show Calculate And Calculate All Buttons for Variable Rent
 3.PN: Volume Status Default
 SYSTEM OPTIONS
 1. Accounting Option
 2. Allow Tenancy Overlap Within Lease
 3. Automatic Number Generation
 4. Automatic Space Distribution
 5. Calculate Annualized Basis for Index Rent
 6. Consolidated Recovery Terms
 7. Currency Conversion Type
 8. Default Landlord/Tenant View
 9. Default Location Area for Leases
 10. Extend Index Rent Terms Upon Lease Extension
 11. Include Terms as Rent Increase Basis by Default
 12. Invoice Grouping Name
 13. Ledger
 14. Legacy Cutoff Date
 15. Location Code Separator
 16. Multiple Tenancy Lease
 17. Recalculate Index Rent on Account Change
 18. Smallest Term Amount
 19. Use SYSDATE to Record each Space Assignment
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