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Oracle Assets CIP Capitalization and Capitalization Reversal API Documentation Supplement (Doc ID 206480.1)

Last updated on SEPTEMBER 04, 2023

Applies to:

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


Discussion of and Sample Scipts for the Oracle Assets CIP Capitalization and Reversal API


You can use the CIP APIs to capitalize or reverse capitalize CIP assets directly via PL/SQL rather than using the Oracle Assets interfaces listed above. The CIP API uses the FA_CIP_PUB.DO_CAPITALIZATION () procedure to capitalize, and the FA_CIP_PUB.DO_REVERSE () to reverse capitalize. You can use this API if you have a custom interface that makes it difficult to use with the existing Oracle Assets interfaces for adjusting assets. R12 now introduces Automatic Depreciation Rollback; thus in R12, the APIs now function as a rollback event. For either the Capitalization of a CIP asset, or the Reverse Capitalization of a Capitalized asset, if this is run after periodic depreciation is calculated for the open period, that depreciation will be automatically rolled back via a Rollback Depreciation event. When Depreciation is next run, it will be rebooked (Similar to how other updates work as per Note 1463816.1).

Alternate Ledger Currency (ALC) If you have set up an alternate ledger currency, when you capitalize assets or reverse the capitalization of assets using an Oracle Assets API, the API copies the transactions to the reporting currencies automatically.

It is important to note that the Reverse Capitalization feature can only be used if the capitalization was done within Oracle Assets; you cannot return an asset to CIP if it was never CIP within Assets to begin with.


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