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R12: Master Troubleshooting Guide: Oracle Cash Management (CE): Internal Banks, Branches, and Bank Accounts [VIDEO] (Doc ID 1505348.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 03, 2019

Applies to:

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

Purpose

This Note is intended to teach you about Internal Banks, Branches, Bank Accounts, and Payment Documents in Oracle R12 financial applications (primarily, the Cash Management and Payables applications) and to guide you through a set of steps that will help to facilitate troubleshooting any issues related to Internal Banks, Branches, Bank Accounts, and Payment Documents.

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Troubleshooting Steps

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In this Document
Purpose
Troubleshooting Steps
 Green arrow right icon  1. Overview of Internal Banks, Branches, and Bank Accounts in Oracle Cash Management & Payables

 1.1  What are "internal" banks, branches, and bank accounts in Oracle's financial apps?
 1.2  What's the difference between "internal" and "external" bank accounts?
 1.3  Internal Bank Account Model Overview
 1.4  Setting up internal Banks, Branches, and Bank Accounts in Oracle
  
 Stop sign icon  2. Security in Cash Management
  
 1320497.1:012  3. New Post-Upgrade Diagnostic - Check your Data Immediately After Upgrade
  
 1320497.1:012  4. CRITICAL: RPCs (Recommended Patch Collections) for Oracle Cash Management:
 
 1320497.1:012  5. Diagnostic Tools
  
 1320497.1:012  6. Identifying What Went Wrong and Finding a Solution
           ISSUES INVOLVING AN ERROR MESSAGE:
           ISSUES NOT INVOLVING AN ERROR MESSAGE:
  
 1305001.1:006  7. Correcting Corrupted Data Without Filing a Service Request:
  
 1320497.1:012  8. Troubleshooting Bank, Branch, and Bank Account Issues
  
 1320497.1:013  9. Environment Issues: Performance, Hardware, Database, Memory or other peripheral issues
  
 1320497.1:013 10. Logging a Service Request
 
 Standard Patching Process
 Patch Wizard
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