Brazilian Localization: Transactions Due Date Change Not Generating Automatic Bank Occurrence (Doc ID 1628485.1)

Last updated on JULY 12, 2017

Applies to:

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

Symptoms

Attempting to change the due date of a transaction and the system is not generating an automatic event to be sent to the bank that shows this change.

Steps to Reproduce:
Responsibility: Receivables for Brazil
Navigation:  Transactions > Transactions
1. Create few AR Transactions (with Payment Term Immediate) and complete them.
2. Run 'Create Accounting for Latin America...' to create the accounting for the transaction.
Navigation:  Receipts > Batches
1. Create a Manual Remittance Batch and select the invoice (which are already past due)
2. Format the Remittance Batch: 'Brazilian Receivables Collection Remittance Batch File' program will be spawned.  Be sure it completes successfully.
3. Run 'Create Accounting for Latin America...' to create the accounting for Remittance Batches.
Navigation:  Transactions > Transactions
1. Go back to the transaction which is past due (say 10200) and change the Due Date
Go To:  Tools > Installment and change its Due Date to some other Due Date (ie. from 25-Jun-2010 to 30-Jun-2010).
Go to its GDF:

You will find following fields:
 a. Payment Method:
 b. Bearer of Trade Note: Bank
 c. Document Status: Formatted
 d. Bank Transfer Batch Number: 4001
 e. Selection Number of Bank Transfer Batch Number: 4001

Save the Transaction and close all the forms.

2. Open Occurence form and query for above Trade Note 10200-1 (for trans no. 10200) and click on the Occurrence button.

You will find only one occurrence for this Trade Note. There is no other occurrence 'Due Date Changing' is getting created.

One more Occurrence should be created, for the above Trade Note, after you change the Invoice Due Date.

Changes

R12 patching

Cause

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