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Oracle Assets Additions API Documentation Supplement (Doc ID 232070.1)

Last updated on MARCH 31, 2020

Applies to:

Oracle Assets - Version 11.5.10.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Purpose

Oracle Assets Additions API

 

You can use the Additions API to add assets directly via PL/SQL rather than through the normal Oracle Assets interfaces. The Additions API uses the FA_ADDITION_PUB.DO_ADDITION procedure. You can use this API if you have a custom interface that makes it difficult to use with the existing asset additions interfaces in Oracle Assets.

 

Oracle Assets also allows you to add assets using any of the following methods:

Alternate Ledger Currency (ALC)

If you have set up alternate ledger currency , when you add or modify assets using an Oracle Assets API, the API copies the transactions to the reporting currencies automatically. Invoice rounding issues are avoided by using the API to drive the alternate ledger currency accounting for both the ledger and reporting currencies.

CIP Assets

If you have checked the Allow CIP Assets check box on the Book Controls window of a tax book, when you add CIP assets using the Additions API, the API automatically adds those CIP assets to that tax book at the same time that they are added to the corporate book.

Passing Null Values

You must pass special values in order to null the values of BONUS_RULE, CEILING_NAME, or GROUP_ASSET_ID. If you pass a NULL value directly for these values, the API will automatically default to the value setup for the category. The table below shows the value that must be passed for the field value to be NULL.

Field Value to Pass for NULL Field
 
BONUS_RULE FND_API.G_MISS_CHAR
CEILING_NAME FND_API.G_MISS_CHAR
GROUP_ASSET_ID FND_API.G_MISS_NUM

 

Scope

 This document covers use of the Additions API . 

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