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R12:AP:Payment Created Event Fails As This Line Cannot Be Accounted Until The Accounting Event That It References Has Been Fully Accounted (Doc ID 2915320.1)

Last updated on JULY 18, 2023

Applies to:

Oracle Payables - Version 12.0.0 to 12.2.12 [Release 12.0 to 12.2]
Information in this document applies to any platform.


The Create Accounting output shows the payment event is failing with an error message:

This line cannot be accounted until the accounting event that it references has been fully accounted.
Please ensure the accounting events for the transaction with the following identifiers for the application Payables have been accounted: invoice_id: XXXX

Steps to reproduce:

1. AP: Extended AWT for localization where Prepay also has AWT(AP_EXT_AWT_CAL_WITHPREP) is set to Yes at the site level.

2. Created withholding(WHT) tax, then create tax group.


       a. Complete the payment options setup and supplier setup (Payment time WHT setup).

       b. Steps

           Payables responsibility -> Setup->Payables Option->withholding tax->Apply Withholding tax ->Choose Payment time.

           Payables responsibility -> Suppliers-> Query the supplier ->assign the withholding tax to the supplier.

4.  Create prepayment invoice.

       a. Create the prepayment invoice.

       b. Validate and account the invoice.

       c. Pay the prepayment invoice. The withholding should get applied.

       d. Account the payment.

5. Create the standard invoice and apply the prepayment.

       a. Create the standard invoice.

       b. Apply prepayment.

       c. Validate and account the invoice.

       d. Pay the invoice.

e. Run Create Accounting for the payment and the output will show the above error message.


6. Make payment for the standard invoice and account the payment, payment accounting fails.




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