Autoinvoice - Invoice with Bank Account Transfer Can Still be Imported Even When the Invoice with Credit Card is Rejected
(Doc ID 2172314.1)
Last updated on FEBRUARY 04, 2019
Applies to:Oracle Receivables - Version 12.1.3 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
You are trying to import 2 invoices with an automatic receipt method. First invoice has a receipt method with Bank Account Transfer fund processing.
The other has a receipt method with Credit Card fund transfer processing. One customer has 2 Credit Cards and another has 2 Bank Accounts assigned.
Only 1 credit card is active (credit card with priority 1 has end date) and only 1 Bank Account is available ( Bank Account with priority 1 has end date) .
The available Credit Card is not the higher priority (it has priority 2) and the available Bank Account has not the higher priority (it has priority 2).
Invoice with Bank Account Transfer can be imported properly with the available bank account.
Invoice with Credit Card is rejected because credit card with priority 1 is not available.
AutoInvoice Validation Report shows this error when importing an invoice with Credit Card Priority 2 :
Errors: 1) When the receipt method is of type Automatic, you must either supply a valid bank account or ensure
that a primary bank account for the currency code of the transaction has been set up for the Bill To customer (999999).
Steps to Reproduce:
Responsibility: Receivables Manager
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