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Create Autoadjustments (ARXSUBAA.FMB) not ignoring "MO: Default Operating Unit" and throws error "APP-AR-11203: GL date, DD-MON-YY, is not in an open or future-enterable period." (Doc ID 2700490.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 16, 2020

Applies to:

Oracle Receivables - Version 12.0.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

While Creating Autoadjustments giving below error.

ERROR
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APP-AR-11203: GL date, DD-MON-YY is not in an open or future-enterable period

STEPS
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The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:

1) Assign MO: Security Profile 'All Operating Unit Profile' which has OU's "XXXX" and "YYYY".

2) Assign MO: Default Operating Unit "YYYY".

3) Verify the period "JAN-12" is closed for "YYYY".

4) Verify the period "JAN-12" is Open for "XXXX".

5) Go to "Create Autoadjustment" form. Here by default OU "YYYY" stamped.

Receivables responsibility: Control---> Adjustments---> Create--> Autoadjustments

6) Select the period "JAN-12" GL Date "30-JAN-2012", getting error "APP-AR-11203: GL date, 30-JAN-12, is not in an open or future-enterableperiod."

This is fine since the JAN-12 period is closed for "YYYY", Hence above error occurring.

7) Now change the Operating Unit to "XXXX" in same Create Autoadjustment form and select period "JAN-12" GL Date "30-JAN-2012" getting same above error "APP-AR-11203: GL date, 30-JAN-12, is not in an open or future-enterable period."

This is error not expected since the JAN-12 period is Open for "XXXX" OU.

Cause

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