R12: Cannot Validate the China Receivables Default Accrual After Applying Patch 13078145

(Doc ID 1951810.1)

Last updated on JANUARY 06, 2016

Applies to:

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

Symptoms

On : 12.1.3 version, Installation Issues

You are attempting to run the "Import Application Accounting Definitions," from Receivables Manager, after applying patch 13078145 and receive the following error:

ERROR
-----------------------
                                          Application: Receivables
                                             Context: Default
                   Application Accounting Definition: China Receivables Default Accrual
             Application Accounting Definition Owner: Oracle

                                      Error Category: Journal Entry Header Analytical Criteria

   Error Number       Error Text                                                   Error Type
   ------------------ ------------------------------------------------------------ -------------------
   95480              The following supporting reference assigned at the header    Error
                      level to the application accounting definition use sources
                      that are line level sources or that have not been assigned
                      to the event class.  Please use the Supporting Reference
                      Source Assignments page to unassign the source from the
                      supporting reference, or assign a different supporting
                      reference to the journal entry header.

   Event Class      Event Type          Analytical Criterion Name     Owner       Source Name            Source Type
   ---------------- ------------------- ----------------------------- ----------- ---------------------- -----------------
   Credit Memo      All                 Invoice Payment Method For    Oracle      Receipt Method ID for  Standard
                                        Payables                                  Transaction

Cause

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