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R12: Hints To Resolve Fusion Accounting Hub Reporting Cloud Service Co-Existence Issues (Doc ID 2568899.1)

Last updated on MAY 03, 2020

Applies to:

Oracle General Ledger - Version 12.1.3 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Fusion Accounting Hub eporting Cloud Service (FAHRCS)  provides Oracle R12 E-Business Suite customers and non-Oracle customers with exceptional reporting and analytics on top of their existing general ledger systems with minimal implementation effort and without disruption to their current financial management processes.

Customers can continue to use their current financial processes for day-to-day operational accounting, and then use FAH Reporting Cloud Service for their corporate reporting and analysis. The tight integration with Oracle R12 E-Business Suite continuously streams balances from its general ledgers to the FAH Reporting Cloud Service general ledger, ensuring reports are always based on the latest numbers with complete drill down support to the E-Business Suite detail balances, journal lines and subledger transactions.

Many times customers will face challenges while performing one time setup to transfer the EBS setup and while running the incremental balance transfer using concurrent program  "Transfer Setups And Balances to Accounting Hub Reporting Cloud Service(GLCOEXBL)".

Identification of the exact cause or even narrowing down to possible causes has been a time consuming challenge, as we can see only generic messages in fnd log or concurrent program log.

So, Included meaningful debug messages in both Setup and transfer program. These should help in identifying or atleast narrow down the possible causes of error. Also, since the messages are end -user relatable, customers could also try self service making use of available KM articles.

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