R12/CE: Bank Account Access Options And Bank Account Grant Access Organizations
Last updated on MARCH 08, 2017
Applies to:Oracle Cash Management - Version 12.0.0 to 12.2.5 [Release 12 to 12.2]
Oracle Payables - Version 12.0.0 to 12.2.5 [Release 12.0 to 12.2]
Information in this document applies to any platform.
Q1: Bank Account: Account Access Options Setups?
Q2: What implications these setups have?
Q3: Bank accounts can be given Organization Access to other organizations under any Legal Entities as long as those Legal Entities are owned by the same Ledger of the Legal Entity that owns the bank account? What it means?
Q4:.Why an Organization is not listed in the LOV of the Bank Account Grant Access Organizations window? Is it because the LE owning the bank account has its Ledger and that ledger do not have other OUs since those are not linked to this ledger?
Q5: Investigation sql:
Q6: Today Bank Accounts can only be used by owner legal entity linked ledger. The shared Services model requies this restriction to be removed, Is there an Enhancement Request for this?
Q7: How to Remove Bank Account Access for an Operating Unit / Business Group?
Q8: How to End Date Bank Account Access to Operating Unit?
Q9: Upgraded from 11i to R12: Scenario:
You have different bank accounts that are names similarly for AR and for AP - however, all of the accounts that came over (11i to R12 upgarde) have both AP and AR checked. The users get confused. When you tried to uncheck the AR, you got an error stating that it was Read Only. How can we update the account use field on migrated bank accounts?
Q10: Is it possible to Share Bank Account ownership to Multiple Legal Entity?
Q11: Grant access to the bank account with 'Default Settlement Account' check box for the LE: Error CE_XTR_SETTLEMENT_EXIST_ORG
Q19: Latest Patch.
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