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R12: AP: A Custom Line Description Is Not Visible In The LOV From A Custom Journal Line Type (Doc ID 2677051.1)

Last updated on JUNE 11, 2020

Applies to:

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

Symptoms

 A new Subledger Accounting Method having custom Journal Line Definition and Journal Line Type for Application: Payables and Event Class: Invoices in order to set-up the custom Journal Line Type for Liability with a custom Line Description set-up with the following Details:

Steps to create a new Line Description:

 

  1. Go to a Payables responsibility - Setup - Accounting Setups - Subledger Accounting Setup - Accounting Methods Builder - Journal Entry Setups - Journal Entry Descriptions;
  2. Click on New;
  3. Enter these values:

         4. Under section Priorities, add these lines:

 

Seq

Value Type

Constant

Source

Segment

Display Description

10

Source

 

Invoice Voucher Number from Sequential Numbering

 

 

20

Constant

/

 

 

 

30

Source

 

Invoice Number

 

 

40

Constant

/

 

 

 

50

Source

 

Invoice Date

 

 

60

Constant

/

 

 

 

70

Source

 

Tax Rate Name

 

 

80

Constant

/

 

 

 

90

Source

 

Invoice Description

 

 

100

Constant

/

 

 

 

110

Source

 

Invoice Supplier Number

 

 

120

Constant

/

 

 

 

130

Source

 

Supplier Name

 

 

 

 

        5. Save.

 

 

While updating the Journal Line Type for Liability with the custom Line Description, the custom Line Description doesn't appear in the List of Values (LOV).

Only the seeded are in the LOV:

Invoice Distribution (Oracle)
Invoice Distribution Description (Oracle)
Invoice Header Description (Oracle)

 

 

Changes

Subledger Accounting Method custom

Journal Line Definition custom

Journal Line Type custom

Journal Entry Description custom

Cause

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