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Receipt Reversal: Overview and Setup in Oracle Receivables Release 12 (Doc ID 1396329.1)

Last updated on NOVEMBER 02, 2020

Applies to:

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

Purpose

Oracle Receivables (AR): Receipts Workbench Information Center > Note 1396329.1


This document provides an overview and setup requirements for Receipts Reversal in R12 Oracle Receivables.


Scope

Focus of this note is Oracle Receivables Release 12. Although most of the content in this note is also applicable in Release 11.5, some features described are only available in Release 12.

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In this Document
Purpose
Scope
Details
 1. Overview
 2. Setup for Receipt Reversal
    a. Reversal Category and Reversal Reason Lookups
    b. Transaction Type
    c. Payment Terms
    d. Salesperson
    e. Receipt Class
    f. Memo Lines
    g. Receivable Activities
 3. How to Reverse a Receipt using Standard Reversal
 Following shows data BEFORE a Standard Reversal against a Standard Receipt:
 Following shows data AFTER a Standard Reversal against a Standard Receipt:
 Following shows data BEFORE a Standard Reversal against a Miscellaneous Receipt:
 Following shows data AFTER a Standard Reversal against a Miscellaneous Receipt:
 4. How to Reverse a Receipt with a Debit Memo Reversal
 Following shows data BEFORE Debit Memo Reversal against a Standard Receipt:
 Following shows data AFTER Debit Memo Reversal against a Standard Receipt:
 5. Disabling Receipt Reversal
 6. Cash Management and Bank Reconciliation
    a. Behavior of Reversing a Reconciled Receipt
    b. Reversed Receipts not available for Reconciliation
 7. Accounting for Receipt Reversal
 
8. Known Issues and Troubleshooting Receipt Reversal
 Community Discussions
 Feedback
References

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