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R12 AP: Secondary Ledger Accounting For Previously Accounted Primary Ledger Transactions (Doc ID 2017317.1)

Last updated on JULY 02, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Payables - Version 12.1.3 and later
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Goal

Qn1:We have set up a new secondary ledger for an existing primary ledger with different calender. We tried cancelling the invoice created and accounted in primary ledger. We ran create accounting for the cancelled invoice and navigated to view accounting events. We observed that journal entry is created for primary ledger and not for secondary ledger.

Further, we tested creating an invoice after setting up of secondary ledger and accounted it. On navigating to view accounting events we observed that journal entry is created for both primary ledger and secondary ledger. Also on cancellation of the same invoice and accounting it, journal entry was created in both primary and secondary ledger. We are facing issue for historical invoices which were accounted in primary ledger before setting secondary ledger.

We read about SLA Secondary/ALC Ledger Historic Upgrade program as a solution from below metioned link.

https://docs.oracle.com/cd/E18727_01/doc.121/e13628/T149412T521412.htm

We seek more information on this in regards to when this program needs to be submitted and what other information we need to provide. Please let us know if any further information required.
 
Qn2:Let us know , if the "SLA Secondary/ALC Ledger Historic Update" program need to be Run ONLY for Payables module or we need to run this program for all the subledgers - AP, AR, CM, FA, PA, PO, INV, OM, Payroll
 

Solution

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