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WebADI Budget Journal Worksheet Does Not Show the Accounting Date Field and Creates Journals with GL Date as the First Day of the Period (Doc ID 1303941.1)

Last updated on OCTOBER 16, 2020

Applies to:

Oracle General Ledger - Version 11.5.10.0 and later
Oracle Web Applications Desktop Integrator - Version 11.5.10.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
GLXBDENT Form
WebADI Budget Journals

Symptoms

When entering Budget journals in WebADI, the spreadsheet does not allow the ability to specify GL dates (Accounting Dates); it allows only a GL period and the system creates budget journals with default date as first day of the specified period.  The behavior is the same as for the Budget Journals form in the Applications. 

 

As a consequence, end dated segment values that were not disabled in the first day of the period can be entered and passed in the system even if they were disabled on the second day of the period. There is no date validation, only period validation against the first day of it. 

 

 This works correctly for Actuals and Encumbrances.



EXPECTED BEHAVIOR
Expect WebADI to allow entry of Gl Date, helping process other validations in the system as a consequence 


STEPS:
The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. Login to General Ledger Super User Responsibility
2. Navigate to WebADI > Define Layout > Integrator General Ledger-Journals > Layout Name Budget - Single > Update
3. Verify Accounting Date field, which is mandatory and enabled
4. Create WebADI Document with layout type "Budgets - Single"
5. System creates "Budgets - Single" WebADI document without Accounting Date field and creates Budget journals with default GL date as period first day

Changes

 

Cause

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