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How to ignore / bypass old SLA events that need not be processed during execution of Create Accounting - Cost Management? (Doc ID 1985044.1)

Last updated on MARCH 12, 2024

Applies to:

Oracle Cost Management - Version 12.1.3 and later
Oracle Purchasing - Version 12.2.5 to 12.2.5 [Release 12.2]
Information in this document applies to any platform.



Note: Customer should be aware that data has been manually adjusted in GL.


The purpose of this document was to ignore / bypass OLD unprocessed SLA events transactions that were causing

 Create Accounting - Cost  Management  to fail under the following conditions:

 1. It was confirmed that the old / past SLA events were no longer required and assumed were already manually adjusted / corrected in General Ledger.

 2. The old SLA events already belong to the GL periods that were already closed.

 3. The old SLA events were causing errors and were impacting other more current and in open GL period SLA transactions to remain unprocessed.

 4. Due to old transactions still being picked up when running Create Accounting - Cost Management , there exist performance degradation as
     high volume of transactions were being picked up for processing. The error messages made the output file very large.

5. The Create Accounting - Cost Management report cannot be printed due to high volume of transactions and the output file size was huge.

6. Create Accounting - Cost management related  documents has been referenced but still unable to resolve performance issues.
    Doc ID 1062578.1 - Create Accounting - Cost Management Performance Issue

7. For the the Meaning of EVENT_STATUS_CODE and PROCESS_STATUS_CODE in XLA_EVENTS table
    Review: <Document 1366613.1> What Do you need to Check to know the Transfer Status of accounting data in subledger?

              I - Incomplete, N - No action, P - Processed, U – Unprocessed
              D - Draft, E - Error, I - Invalid, P - Processed, R - Related event in error, U - Unprocessed, F - Final




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