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R12: AP: Issues With Selected Payment Schedules Report (Doc ID 1286603.1)

Last updated on APRIL 27, 2023

Applies to:

Oracle Payables - Version 12.0.1 to 12.1.3 [Release 12.0 to 12.1]
Information in this document applies to any platform.
Scheduled Payment Selection Report - APINVSEL


The following issues have been identified in the Selected Payment Schedules Report (APINVSEL.rdf):

  1. Incorrect Alignment - Missing Left Margin
  2. Poor Performance
  3. Further Performance Issues
  4. Missing Invoice Details
  5. Duplicate Invoices being reported
  6. Unselected Scheduled Payments and Credits region does not display the payment schedule when there is no bank account associated with the supplier site.
  7. Unapplied Prepayments and Unused Credits regions report prepayments and credit memos where amount remaining to be applied is zero.
  8. Unapplied Prepayments, Unselected Scheduled Payments and Credits and Unused Credits regions does not report data for Employee Type Suppliers.
  9. Unapplied Prepayments, Unselected Scheduled Payments and Credits and Unused Credits regions do not show the payee name correctly for Employee Type Suppliers
  10. Customer Refund, Payment Request Invoices are not detailed in Payment Schedules Selection Report
  11. Poor Performance
  12. Unused Credits Includes Credits from All Operating Units
  13. The Unselected Scheduled Payments and Credits Details does not reflect the Summary in the Unselected Payment Schedule Totals and Unselected Invoice Reason Count
  14. Time and Date Displayed on the Report is incorrect
  15. Large Amounts incorrectly displayed
  16. Supplier Bank Account Information is not masked
  17. Incorrect Date Formats in Chinese
  18. Poor Performance
  19. Sort is by First Name and not Last name for Employee Suppliers
  20. Poor Performance
  21. Customer refunds are not shown




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