Federal Financial: Cannot Reclass From One Miscellaneous Receipt To Another Miscellaneous Receipt If Receipt Methods Are Different
(Doc ID 2931783.1)
Last updated on MARCH 01, 2023
Oracle U.S. Federal Financials - Version 12.2.9 and later Information in this document applies to any platform.
On the Receipt form, the user reverses a receipt and then creates a new miscellaneous receipt with new TAS/BETC information. The user references the reversed receipt in the Receipt Reclass field on the Miscellaneous Receipt. The Receipt Reclass list of values enables users to select a receipt if it meets the following criteria:
The referenced receipt has been reversed
The referenced reversed receipt is in the same GL Period as the new Miscellaneous Receipt.
The referenced reversed receipt has not already been referenced on another receipt.
The Customer and Customer Account (if entered) on the new receipt are equal to Customer and Customer Account for the referenced reversed receipt.
The Remit Bank Account for the referenced reversed receipt is defined with the same ALC as the Remit Bank Account on the new receipt.
The referenced reversed receipt amount must equal the amount on the new Receipt.
The problem is if the new Miscellaneous Receipt has a different Receipt Method from the reversed one, then it does not show in the List of Values.
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