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Example SLA Setup Using Account Derivation Rule for 'Bill To Customer Category Code' and 'Credit Memo Bill To Customer Category Code' (Doc ID 1931588.1)

Last updated on OCTOBER 18, 2018

Applies to:

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

Goal

This document shows Example SLA Setup with using Account Derivation Rule.

  1.  This example shows difference between Invoice (Debit Memo) and Credit Memo.
  2.  This example uses Mapping Set for Account Derivation Rule
  3.  This Mapping Set uses "Customer Category"
      If the customer has "Customer Category" as Customer, these account is changed at SLA.

Example Account
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Invoice and Debit Memo
======================
  AR :  
     DR. Receivable  10.100.10.A1010.0000
        CR. Revenue   10.100.10.R1001.0000
  SLA :  
     DR. Receivable  10.100.10.A1021.0000
        CR. Revenue   10.100.10.R1001.0000

Receivable segment value is changed from A1010 to A1021.

Credit Memo
======================
  AR :  
     DR. Revenue  10.100.10.R1010.0000
      CR. Receivable  10.100.10.A1010.0000
  SLA :  
     DR. Revenue  10.100.10.R1010.0000
       CR. Receivable  10.100.10.A1019.0000

Receivable segment value is changed from A1010 to A1019.

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