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R12:XLA: MPA Accounting Derivation Rule Not Reflecting On Invoice Accounting (Doc ID 2907024.1)

Last updated on NOVEMBER 07, 2022

Applies to:

Oracle Payables - Version 12.1.3 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Multiperiod enabled Invoices, revenue recognition accounting is not getting accounted with the code combination as per multiperiod accounting ADR (Accounting Derivation Rule) rule.

Steps to Reproduce:

1. Do the complete multiperiod accounting setup as per the technical reference provide in the note id:1315106.1

2. Create new invoice, enable deferred flag and pass deferred start date and end date, provide DFF value as designed.

3. Validate the invoice and then account the invoice.


Invoice is not getting accounted as per the ADR rule defined.


Invoice created with expense account: xx:yyyy:zzzz

As per the ADR rule defined, it is expected to get accounted as 

Item Expense DR xx:yyyy:zzzz

Item Expense CR xx:aaaa:zzzz

But it is getting accounted with wrong account code combination as

Item Expense DR xx:yyyy:zzzz
Item Expense CR xx:yyyy:zzzz








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