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R12:AP:Payment Reconciliation Errors: The applied-to sources provided for this line are invalid or incomplete (Doc ID 1133315.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 21, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Payables - Version 12.0.0 to 12.1.3 [Release 12.0 to 12.1]
Information in this document applies to any platform.
***Checked for relevance on 10th Aug 2013***


On e-Business Suite (EBS) application release 12, the user is getting the following accounting error for Payment Clearing events (ie. reconciling payment event):

Error message
Error 0 - The applied-to sources provided for this line are invalid or incomplete. Either the transaction line may not be applied to a previous transaction, or your journal line definition is incorrectly defined to support business flow functionality.
Error 0 - This line cannot be accounted until the accounting event that it references has been fully accounted.
Please ensure the accounting events for the transaction with the following identifiers for the application Payables have been accounted: check_id: &check_Id

The customer can utilize the generic data fix (GDF) <Patch 9663503>:R12.AP.A/B (which succeeds the fix from <Bug 9574222> / <Patch 6992111>) to correct existing records, but they are seeking a codefix solution for this case.

For 12.1.X codeline, <Patch 9468590>:R12.AP.B has been applied, but the above errors still come.

Steps to reproduce
Review a sample bank statement
Check Accounting events

Run Create Accounting, finishes in Warning
- Accounting Program is spawned finishes in Warning
- Journal Import program is spawned
- Open Account Balances Definition spawned
- TB Worker 1 spawned
- Subledger Accounting Balance spawned

The Create Accounting report shows the errors as previously advised




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