Last updated on JUNE 24, 2017
Applies to:Oracle Cash Management - Version 12.0.0 to 12.2.4 [Release 12 to 12.2]
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When we create Cash Management Bank Account Transfers (BAT's), the system tries to create an intercompany balancing account that has the same Company as the ICO segment -- i.e., where "100" is the company segment and the intercompany segment. User has a Cross Validation Rule that prevents such accounts from being created, since it does not make sense to have intercompany postings with "yourself".
To debug the system, users turned off the Cross Validation Rules so they could see the account being generated.
In order to put these "same company" postings into a different Account, the users decided to create an Intracompany Balancing Rule with the same two companies and a special account so they could easily identify them, and then ignore them during intercompany reconciliation processes.
However, Intracompany Balancing does not allow the Company and Intraco BSV value to be the same in one row.
Please provide guidance on how to make CE stop creating these INTRA Company postings when not needed, or instructions on how to enter INTRA Company Balancing for same company/intercompany BSV values.
Q1: Basic question is: Cross Validation Rule: if Cross validation rules are enabled then: both inter and intra company transfer fails: Cannot validate a bank account transfer between bank account in the same LE. Receive error.
Q2: To have a cash-in-transit account ?
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