R12: PAXTRAPE: Transferring Expenditures from One Task to Another Gives "Please adjust this expenditure item in the source system because Automatic Offset Accounting is enabled and the adjustment will cause a change to the offset account".
(Doc ID 2084561.1)
Last updated on APRIL 09, 2020
Applies to:Oracle Project Costing - Version 12.1.3 and later
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When transferring an expenditure item from one task to another in the same project using a non-seeded transaction source, the following error is returned:
"Please adjust this expenditure item in the source system because Automatic Offset Accounting is enabled and the adjustment will cause a change to the offset account"
The expenditure item is brought into projects through Transaction Import using a custom source with a system linkage of 'VI'. The Automatic Offset Method in AP = Balancing. According to the following, this should be possible if the CCID does not change:
PAXTRAPE - Adjusting Expenditure Items - Error: PA_INV_AUTO_OFFSETS_PAID (Doc ID 199898.1) and Bug 19297395 : CANNOT PERFORM TRANSFER OF EXP ITEM IN EXP INQUIRY WHEN AUTO OFFSET METHOD
The user guide also supports this functionality:
Oracle® Project Costing User Guide
Part No. E48918-03
Automatic Offsets in Oracle Payables
If you enter invoices in Oracle Payables for more than one balancing segment, then you can use the Automatic Offsets feature to keep your Oracle Payables transaction accounting entries balanced. When you use Automatic Offsets, Oracle Payables automatically creates balancing accounting entries for your transactions. When Automatic Offsets is enabled in Oracle Payables, you can make adjustments to supplier cost expenditure items in Oracle Projects under
the following conditions:
--When the Automatic Offset Method is Balancing, you can make an adjustment in Oracle Projects if the adjustment does not cause a change in the balancing segment value.
Enter in a negative transaction just like the incorrect one to back out the expenditure item but want a fix moving forward
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