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GST: Stopping Payables Open Interface Concurrent (POI) for Source-INDIA TAX INVOICE After Receiving Transaction Processor (RTP) Run (Doc ID 2756467.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 28, 2021

Applies to:

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


Is there way  where Payables Open Interface concurrent can be stopped from running after Receiving Transaction Processor (RTP) completes?

Customers may want to use custom approach to import third party invoices.
Contrary to existing process where Payables Open Interface concurrent gets triggered after Receiving Transaction Processor (RTP) run with Source as INDIA TAX INVOICE for each Receiving Transaction Processor (RTP) request run.
After Receiving Transactions Processor gets completed and data goes into the AP Interface tables for the 3rd party invoices. The Payables Open Interface import program to import the invoices should not get triggered.
The 3rd party invoice data can remain parked in the interface table and business should be able to import all the 3rd party invoices with single run of the Payables Open Interface Import.


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