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Mexico Localization Global DFF Values From Payables Not Getting Transferred To General Ledger (Doc ID 2635795.1)

Last updated on MARCH 30, 2020

Applies to:

Oracle Financials for the Americas - Version 12.1.1 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

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Mexico Localization Global DFF values from Payables not getting transferred to General Ledger

Problem Description
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CFDI, which stands for Comprobantes Fiscal Digital por Internet, is the electronic billing schema defined by the Mexican federal tax code. It has been mandated for companies doing business in Mexico since 2011.

Please see:

https://sovos.com/blog/2016/08/23/mexico-cfdi-and-contabilidad-electronica-eaccounting-the-basics-explained/

 

In Mexico:  An Authorized Certification Provider (PAC or Proveedor Autorizado de Certificación) is a certification provider that has been authorized by Tax Authority. PACs provide mandatory validation and certification (Timbrado) services via a web service and via a free service through a web page.


if Mexico Localization enabled by installing all required patches. Post that they are able to enable the Mexico GDFF in General Ledger entry screen by following the note "2382161.1".

 

The GDFF appears journal entry screen and manual JE can be entered with the values in it. Whereas the actual issue is the CFDI information entered in Payables invoice GDFF is not getting transferred to journal entry screen in GL. Create accounting process was run to account Payables invoice and transfer entries to GL.

Customer should run 'JLARAPAC: Create Accounting For Latin American AR And AP'.

 

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