SubLedger Accounting Issue: Adjustment That is Approved is Showing as Non-Postable in XLA Tables (Doc ID 1622445.1)

Last updated on NOVEMBER 09, 2016

Applies to:

Oracle Receivables - Version 12.0.0 to 12.1.3 [Release 12.0 to 12.1]
Information in this document applies to any platform.
Adjustment that is Approved is showing as Non-Postable in XLA Tables

Symptoms

An Adjustment, that is set to Approved, is showing as NON-Postable in the XLA tables and will not process to the General Ledger.

Steps to Reproduce:
Responsibility:  Receivables

1. Create an Invoice
Navigation:
  Transactions > Transactions
Generated Invoice Number: 13400 for 106.00 dollars. (CTID: 778791)

2. Set Approval Limits for User
Navigation:  Setup > Transaction > Approval Limits
Set User limit to -5.00 dollars, so that when an Adjustment is generated, it is in Pending status.
Example: LEPHILLI Currency USD Type Adjustment: Limit -5.00 to 5.00 dollars

3. Make an Adjustment on the Invoice
Navigation:  Transactions > Transactions > Query Invoice generated in Step 1
Go To:  Actions> Adjust
Enter in Adjustment: 43563 for -15.00 dollars (ADJID 65282)
Adjustment will go to Pending status

4. Review the Adjustment
Navigation:  Control > Adjustments > Approve Adjustments
Click Find to Query Adjustment Number 43563 (ADJID 65282) to ensure this is in Waiting Approval

5. Set the User LEPHILLI limits back to -50.00 to 50 dollars
Navigation:  Setup > Transaction > Approval Limits
LEPHILLI Currency USD Type Adjustment: Limit -50.00 to 50.00 dollars

6. Both User A and User B have limits Greater than the Adjustment Generated.
Both are accessing the Adjustment 43563 via the Approve Adjustments form.
Navigation:  Control > Adjustments > Approve Adjustments Form

7. User A Rejects Adjustment
This sets the status to Rejected and event is in N Non-postable.

8. Now, User B that is still in the form and Approves the same Adjustment
This sets the Adjustment status to Approved, but the event is set to N Non-Postable

Cause

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