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Missing seeded ADR for Expense journal line type under EVENT_TYPE_CODE = DIR_INTERORG_SHIP_TP, EVENT_CLASS_CODE = DIR_INTERORG_SHIP (Doc ID 2283092.1)

Last updated on JULY 20, 2020

Applies to:

Oracle Process Manufacturing Financials - Version 12.1.3 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


On Application Release 12.1.3:

It was found that, after <patch 25929301:R12.GMF.B> has been applied, Accounting Program for OPM Financials application is ending in error, with following error details in the log:

An internal error occurred. Please inform your system administrator or support representative that:

An internal error has occurred in the program xla_accounting_pkg.ValidateAAD. ORA-0000: normal, successful completion.

24-MAY-2017 07:38:06 - AAD Package XLA_00555_AAD_C_000021_PKG is valid. Ledger Category is PRIMARY.
The application accounting definition Process Manufacturing Financials owned by Oracle is not validated. Please validate the application accounting definition or update the application accounting definitions contained in the subledger accounting method PH-Standard Accrual.

Submitting the Validate Application Accounting Definitions program then gives the following error:

    Error Number       Error Text                                                   Error Type
    ------------------ ------------------------------------------------------------ -------------------
    95489              The account derivation rule assignments for the following    Error
                       journal line types assigned to the journal lines definition
                       are incomplete. You must either assign an accounting
                       flexfield rule or assign segment rules for all segments of
                       the accounting chart of accounts. Please use the journal
                       lines definition window to complete the account derivation
                       rule assignments for the journal entry line.




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