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R12: AP: Generic Data Fix (GDF) Patch to Populate Certain Columns in AP_SYSTEM_PARAMETERS that are Currently Null or Equal to -1 (Doc ID 1144544.1)

Last updated on JUNE 21, 2023

Applies to:

Oracle Payables - Version 12.0.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Some transactions many not account fully after upgrading to R12 from 11i, or when creating a new Operating Unit.

Steps to reproduce:

  1. Upgrade from 11i to R12
  2. Log into Oracle applications using a Payables responsibility.
  3. Submit "Create Accounting"
  4. The output of the create accounting may show some transations are failing to account.

    Any, or all, of the following errors are possible :

    95311 - The segment value for the account code combination specified in line L1 is not assigned to the ledger LEDGER1. Please update the segment value assignments for the ledger in the Accounting Configuration page or use another segment value.

    95353 - Subledger Accounting was unable to derive an accounting code combination using the account derivation rule Cash Clearing Account owned by Oracle. Please review the account derivation rule and make sure it derives a valid accounting flexfield combination for the source values passed for the transaction.

    0 - The subledger journal entry does not balance in the entered currency. Please verify the entered amounts on the journal entry lines.

    95340 - The total debits and the total credits do not balance for this subledger journal entry. Please ensure that the application accounting definition Accrual Basis owned by Oracle contains journal line types for the event class Payments and event type Payment Created that can create a balanced entry. Also verify that any conditions associated with a journal line type are correct.


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