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R12: Cash Positioning Bank account Balances Question Answer (Doc ID 1262837.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 16, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Cash Management - Version 12.0.0 to 12.2.6 [Release 12 to 12.2]
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Goal


Q1: What opening and closing balance are shown in Cash Management Results?

Q2: When  you Submit cash position..cash position results displays the amount in factor 10 however the Drill down gives full value transaction amount.

Q3:  What is the Difference: Transaction Date, Value Date, Cleared Date And Statement Date?

Q4: In 11i Users not able to view all Bank Accounts and Legal Entity column associated in Cash Position?

Q5. Run Cash Position Prior Day Cash Flow and Overdue Transactions Program first before running cash position or Run online?

Q6: How does Cash Position Drill down work?

Solution

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In this Document
Goal
Solution
 
A1: What opening and closing balance are shown in Cash Management Results?
 
A2: When you Submit cash position..cash position results displays the amount in factor 10 however the Drill down gives full value transaction amount.
 A3: What is the Difference: Transaction Date, Value Date, Cleared Date And Statement Date?
 A4: In 11i Users not able to view all Bank Accounts and Legal Entity column associated in Cash Position?
 A5: Run Cash Position Prior Day Cash Flow and Overdue Transactions Program first before running cash position or Run online?
 A6: Cash Position Drill Down
 1). Drill down to the details of the source transactions by clicking an amount. This brings up the Source Transaction Details page that displays all the transactions that make up the cash position amount.
 Issues / Resolution:
 Latest Patches: R12.1:
 
Investigation sql:
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