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Expense Items Being Picked Up For Accounting By Opm Pre Processor (Doc ID 1312324.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 26, 2020

Applies to:

Oracle Process Manufacturing Financials - Version 12.1.1 to 12.1.2 [Release 12.1]
Information in this document applies to any platform.
OPM Accounting Pre-Process, Create Accounting Process.


Find that the Misc Transactions for Expense Items are being processed by the OPM Pre-processor and then by the Create Accounting leading to the following errors in the Subledger Accounting Program Report'.

The proposed workaround of defining the Expense Items with Zero Item Costs is not feasible, as the accounting entries are still being generated and OPM Accounting rules need to be defined for such a scenario which, however, is not possible when both Expense/ non-Expense items are being used.

Error Number  95261  

Error Message: 

The account code  combination < account code >  is invalid. Please inform your system administrator or  support representative that:

 Values have not been entered for one or more required segments.  


Error Number  95352  

Error Message:

An  account cannot be  created because none of the conditions for the account derivation rule <account derivation rule> owned by User are met. Please update the conditions for <account derivation rule> or assign  a  different account derivation rule to application accounting definition owned by User.

Expect that since the Expense Items do not have any Costs, their transactions, either Misc Transactions, or, Batch Material Transactions, should not be processed by the OPM Pre-processor and then subsequently accounted for by the Create Accounting Process.

1. Create Expense Item ( - 'Inventory Asset Value' flag : Unchecked )
2. Create Misc Txns with this Item.
3. Run the OPP and the CA processes.




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