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Subledger Accounting Issue: Transaction Account Builder is Not Used in Receivables (Doc ID 1605716.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 03, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Receivables - Version 12.1.3 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Accounting Derivation Rules (ADR) created in Receivables is not displayed when setting up Transaction Accounting Definition.

In R12 apart from Accounting Methods Builder (AMB), there is yet another toolset which is called Transaction Account Builder (TAB), which is normally used to derive default accounts for a particular transactions using sources. This is defined in the (AMB).

Normally this derives accounting codes from the TAB, which internally drives the AMB setup attributes.

This is used derive default accounts for transactions before they are accounted and then it is used the AMB to generate the accounts that appear in the accounting.

TAB only derives default accounts for transactions.
These accounts may not be the ones that appear on the sub ledger journal entries since these are generated by the Create Accounting program based on the application accounting definitions.




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