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R12: How to Submit a New Payment Process Request (a "payment batch") (Doc ID 1307420.1)

Last updated on JULY 04, 2019

Applies to:

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

Goal

This "How To" Guide will walk users through the process of submitting a standard "Payment Process Request" (PPR) -- a "payment batch" -- in R12.

NOTE: The term "iPayments" refers to an import tool, and should not be confused with the standard "Payments" module (IBY).  The IBY module is referred to simply as the "Payments" or "PM" module.

  FYI...to see a PPR process in action, click here to see the "R12 Payables Payments Process Requests - an Overview" webcast (originally broadcast on August 9, 2011), which shows a PPR being entered, submitted, and processed -- including a review of all the associated concurrent programs spawned by the PPR processing! You can also download a copy of the webcast from Note 740964.1: Advisor Webcast Archived Recording.

 

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Goal
Solution
 How to submit a standard Payment Process Request (PPR)
 1. Navigate to the PPR entry form
 
 2.  Navigate to the Submit PPR window
 
 3.  Complete the SR header and invoice search criteria
 
 4.  Enter information related to the internal bank account
 
 5.  Enter information related to user-defined currency exchange rates (if needed).
 
 6.  Enter information related to how the PPR process will proceed. 
 
 7.  Enter information related to what the process should do in case of validation failures
 
 8.  If one or more Descriptive Flexfields (DFFs) have been defined by your company for the PPR entry window, they will appear on the "Additional Information" tab
 
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