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AGIS On Line Transfer of Transactions (Journals) Do Not Transfer To GL (Doc ID 2720827.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 11, 2021

Applies to:

Oracle General Ledger - Version 12.1 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


New setup with Advanced Global Intercompany System (AGIS) with setup option set to transfer transactions to General Ledger (GL) on line.
The transactions are not being seen in GL, no data is found in the gl_interface table or GL itself.

Expected behavior as indicated in the AGIS user guide:
Oracle® Advanced Global Intercompany System User's Guide Release 12.2 Part No. E48781-06

Intercompany Transaction Processing 2-5

Transferring Transactions to General Ledger
Intercompany transactions that do not need invoices are directly transferred to General Ledger once approved. Before you transfer the transactions, ensure the following
• The transfer options are set in the Setup tab
• The corresponding period in general ledger is open
• The transaction status is approved
• The exchange rate exists between the intercompany and general ledger currency if they are different
• The transaction date is specified for calculating the exchange rate

The workflow process transfers the intercompany transactions depending on the options set in the System Options page of the Intercompany Setup tab. If you select Online mode, then no intervention is necessary, the initiator and recipient workflow transfers transactions on approval.
If you select Batch mode, then you must run the concurrent request to transfer the transactions or schedule the concurrent request.Additional Information:
On successful transfer, the transaction status changes to Transferred to Initiator GL or Transferred to Recipient GL respectively for the initiator and recipient workflows. The Batch and Transaction status is set to Complete once the transactions are transferred to both initiator and recipient ledgers.




 New instance, new setup.


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