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Missing Accrual Entry Created for some of the Leases When an Amendment is done to Extend Lease Termination Date. (Doc ID 2763457.1)

Last updated on MARCH 25, 2021

Applies to:

Oracle Property Manager - Version 12.1 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms


ACTUAL BEHAVIOR

When an amendment is done on a lease changing the termination date and running the Accruals for the period, Missing Accrual line is created for a past period with small amount.  Eg Amendment is done in  current open period OCT-20. Accrual is created for MAR-20 with a small amount in addition to OCT-20 accruals.

EXPECTED BEHAVIOR

Since MAR-20 accruals has already been created, there should not be any accruals for the past period.

STEPS

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

1/ For a existing lease for which a rate change has occurred  in the past , add new payment term with Inception Flag set to no and change commencement date as Mar-20 for the payment term in APR-20.

    PN : Lease and Documents > Main Lease > Enter Lease and Document.

    Query the lease for which the terms need to be added

     Amend (B) >  Amend Terms to add a new term

2/ Continue running accruals each month

    Other  > Request > Run >  Transfer Normalized Lines to GL

3/ In OCT-20 Amend the lease to change the termination date from 30-JUN-22 to 30-JUN-25

    PN : Lease and Documents > Main Lease > Enter Lease and Document.

    Query the lease to extend the termination date 

    Amend (B) > Amend Leases to extend the termination date

4/ Run accruals for OCT-20 and see accruals for MAR-20 with small amount is created as well in addition to OCT-20 accruals

Changes

 

Cause

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