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Does custom ADR and custom sources need to be re-created when re-creating custom AAD? (Doc ID 1127797.1)

Last updated on JULY 11, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Receivables - Version 12.0.4 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
FORM:XLAABPAD.FMB - Application Accounting Definitions
FORM:XLAABJLD.FMB - Journal Lines Definitions
FORM:XLAABADR.FMB - Account Derivation Rules
FORM:XLAABDSS.FMB - Sources
FORM:XLAABDSS.FMB - Custom Sources


Goal


Custom Application Accounting Definition (AAD) is created.
The AAD has 2 custom Account Derivation Rules (ADR) linked to it.
The first is a custom ADR is based on standard sources.
The second is a custom ADR is based on a custom source created from custom code.

When applying a patch that delivers a newer version of ARXLAAAD.ldt.

After running validation of seeded Accounting Definitions, it is required to create a new custom AAD based on the latest version of the standard AAD; however, to which level the re-creation must be done?

The AAD, JLD, JLT must be re-created but how about the 2 custom ADR and custom source?



Solution

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