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R12: CE: No matching cash pool between Investment and Funding Accounts (Doc ID 1194703.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 03, 2014

Applies to:

Oracle Cash Management - Version 12.0.4 to 12.0.7 [Release 12]
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No matching cash pool between Investment and Funding Accounts

You setup a Physical Cash Pool with 2 concentration accounts and added multiple sub-accounts.
The Sweep program is creating BATs (Bank Account Transfers) between the Investment account and the sub accounts but it does not create the BATs between the Investment and the Funding account.

Also tried to create two Physical Cash Pool with a single concentration account but still not able to
create the BATs between the two concentration accounts from each Cash Pool.

The scenario you have is the following
A) 5 Collection Accounts
B) 1 Concentration Account
C) 1 Funding Account
D) 2 Disbursement Accounts (1 payables and 1 payroll)

The bank moves all the cash from A to B, then from B to C. C is used to fund D accounts.

The first approach tried was the setup 2 Cash Pools, 1 having B as masters and A as sub-accounts.
The other cash pool was C as master and D as sub-accounts. Everything work fine between A and B and also between C and D but not between B and C.

Now trying to use the Cash Pool for two account and setup B as Investment, C as Funding and A&C as sub-accounts. It still does not work for BATs between B and C.

Please let me know how we can have two groups of Pooled accounts and make transfers between the two concentration accounts using the Sweep Generator.


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