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Subledger Accounting Sources Are Returning Incorrect Values (Doc ID 1929509.1)

Last updated on NOVEMBER 14, 2017

Applies to:

Oracle U.S. Federal Financials - Version 12.2.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

ACTUAL BEHAVIOR  
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Using user defined Federal Application Accounting Definition (AAD(: HIGLAS Multi-Fund Federal Receivables Accrual - Account Method
When you create a Miscellaneous Receipt the GL Account generated by JLT: Federal Miscellaneous cash debit is generating the wrong Code Combination ID (CCID).

Currently, line 4 is generating this gl account:
05020120141DAD.2014.2206010000.HFCA1000000.21101.999999.0000.000000.040804.0000000000

But you expect segment 6 to be 490201 not 999999

Currently, line 8 is generating this gl account:
05020120141DAD.2014.2206010000.HFCA1000000.21101.999999.0000.000000.040804.0000000000

But you expect segment 6 to be 461002 not 999999

#1: The Receipts form shows misc receipt TEST-812-MISC2 is created.
#2: The Distributions form shows misc receipt TEST-812-MISC2 is split between two GL accounts

Percent    Amount  GL Account
60          1200       05014620126RAO.2013.2115010..
40            800       0502012014DAD.2014.2206010..

You expect all Miscellaneous Receipts to use the correct SLA accounts based on user defined setups.

Cause

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Cause
Solution
 1. Bug Summary
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