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R12: AP: Generic Data Fix (GDF) Patch for Prepay Unapplication Not Getting Accounted - Prepay Payment is Cancelled (Doc ID 1284158.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 11, 2023

Applies to:

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


Unaccounted  Prepayment application/unapplication events encounter accounting issues if the corresponding payments of the Prepayment invoice have been voided. 

Steps to reproduce:

  1. Log into Oracle applications using a Payables responsibility.
  2. Open the Invoice Workbench
    (N) Invoices > Entry > Invoices
  3. Create a prepayment invoice. Account it and Pay it.
  4. Create following scenarios to get problematic case -
       a. When a Prepayment is applied on the Standard Invoice, then Unapplied and the payment for the Prepayment is cancelled.
           Now, if the problematic case happens then the Prepayment Application + Unapplication pair does not get accounted.
       b. Apply the Prepayment on a Standard invoice and account it, now unapply the prepayment but do not account it.
           If the problematic case will happen then  the payment for the prepayment can be voided and Prepayment Unapplication is never Accounted.
       c. Create a standard Invoice and Apply / Unapply the prepayment. Cancel the payment of prepayment without validating the Standard Invoice.
           If the problematic case happens then accounting events of Standard invoice stays in status: U/U even after running Create Accounting.





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