R12 Bank Account Transfer ( BAT ) Non Accountable Events In Subledger Accounting Program Report (Doc ID 1618174.1)

Last updated on SEPTEMBER 06, 2016

Applies to:

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

Goal

Interpretation of the Subledger Accounting Program Report  for Cash Management.

Bank Transfers have been Created and Reconciled and Create Accounting Program has been run.

 

In Subledger Accounting Program Report Output find the following results

 

Application

Cash Management

Process Category

 

End Date

Jan 31, 2014

Accounting Mode

Final

Report Level

Detail

Errors Only

No

Transfer to General Ledger

Yes

Post in General Ledger

No

General Ledger Batch Name

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Report Summary

 

 

Event Class

Number of Documents

Number of Events

Ledger

Journal Entries

Processed

In Error

Balance Type

Count

Bank Account Transfers

48

48

0

Primary Ledger Name

Actual

48

 

Secondary Ledger Name

Actual

48

 

 

 

Event Class

Number of Non Accountable Events

Bank Account Transfers

54

 

Transfer to General Ledger Summary

 

 

Ledger

Journal Entries

Balance Type

Transferred

Not Transferred

Primary Ledger Name

Actual

48

0

Secondary Ledger Name

Actual

48

0

 

General Errors

 

 

Message Number

Message

95937

There are either non-accountable events existing in the system, or events which could not be processed because no data could be found on transaction objects. Please enable the profile option SLA: Enable Diagnostics,create accounting again, and run the report Transaction Objects Disagnostics to identify the problem.

 

The Report Includes
Event Type Bank Account Transfer Cleared          48 occurrences
Event Type Bank Account Transfer Uncleared         1 occurrence
Event Type Bank Account Transfer Cleared            1 occurrence
Event Type Bank Account Transfer Created          50 occurrences
Event Type Bank Account Transfer Cancelled         2 occurrences

 

Solution

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