How to resolve Create Accounting errors in Payables due to invoice/payment accounts having wrong BSV
(Doc ID 1546975.1)
Last updated on MAY 15, 2018
Applies to:Oracle Payables - Version 12.0.0 to 12.2 [Release 12.0 to 12.2]
Information in this document applies to any platform.
How to resolve the following Create Accounting errors in Payables due to invoice/payment accounts having wrong BSV. Errors like:
MESSAGE_TEXT: The subledger journal entry does not balance by balancing segment and there is no Intracompany Balancing Rule defined
for the ledger &LEDGER_NAME, source &SOURCE_NAME and journal category &JE_CATEGORY. The ledger option Intracompany Balancing is enabled,
but no balancing rules are defined for the ledger. Please update the journal entry setups for the application accounting definition so that
the journal entry balances by balancing segment, or define a cross-entity balancing rule for the ledger.
MESSAGE_TEXT: The subledger journal entry contains lines with balancing segment values that are not assigned to any legal entity.
Unassigned balancing segments cannot be used to balance a subledger journal entry with balancing segments already assigned to a legal entity.
Either update the balancing segment value assignments for the ledger &LEDGER_NAME or update the balancing segment values used on the subledger journal entry.
MESSAGE_TEXT: The subledger journal entry does not balance by balancing segment and the ledger option Balance Cross-Entity Journals
is not enabled for the ledger &LEDGER_NAME. Please update the balancing segment values for each line so that they balance or enable
the Balance Cross-Entity Journals option for the ledger &LEDGER_NAME.
MESSAGE_TEXT: The &SEGMENT_NAME segment value for the account code combination &ACCOUNT_VALUE specified in line &LINE_NUM is not assigned
to the ledger &LEDGER_NAME. Please update the &SEGMENT_NAME segment value assignments for the ledger in the Accounting Configuration page
or use another &SEGMENT_NAME segment value.
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