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Credit Revenue Lines Are Created Even After Putting Them On Revenue Hold By The PRE Billing Extension (Doc ID 2772200.1)

Last updated on NOVEMBER 18, 2022

Applies to:

Oracle Project Billing - Version 12.2.5 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


On : 12.2.5 version, Revenue

The PRE and POST billing extension have been implemented in project accounting. In the PRE Billing extension other transactions are kept on Revenue hold if the revenue event on event type XX_Volume_Discount (custom event type) is available for revenue generation. In the POST billing extension the revenue hold is removed on transactions which were kept on revenue hold during the revenue generation process . This way the revenue is being generated for revenue event on event type XX_Volume_Discount, if available, otherwise revenue process will generate revenue for other transaction.

This functionality is working fine on normal cases where there are no adjustments on billable expenditure items. But, in the case of adjustments credit revenue lines are also getting generated along with revenue on volume discount events.

The below steps are being used:
1. Employee bill rate is updated in 'Employee bill rates and override' screen at project level
2. Revenue recalculation is done on employee transactions
3. Revenue event is created on project on event type XX_Volume_Discount
4. Revenue process is run for single project
5. Revenue is generated on XX_Volume_Discount event also credit revenue lines are generated as the result of revenue recalculation. No new revenue is generated for recalculated transactions as PRE extension put them on revenue hold and POST extension removed the revenue hold.

The user does not want credit revenue lines to be generated in the same run of the revenue process when revenue is generated for XX_Volume_Discount event.

Is this the expected functionality?

How can the generation of credit revenue lines be controlled?


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