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R12: AP/XLA: Create Accounting Payables Completed With Warning, Subledger Accounting Report Shows Accounting Errors 0 And 95314 (Doc ID 2987724.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 12, 2024

Applies to:

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


Create Accounting - Payables completed with Warning

Invoice that was already paid got adjusted and causing payment adjustment event to fail on the cerate accounting.

Create Accounting program completes in Error. And, Subledger Accounting Report shows the following Accounting Errors:

Error 0 - The accounted amount and entered amount for the subledger jounral entry line have different sign. Please inform your system administrator or support representative that:
The sources assigned to the accounting attributes Accounted Amount and Entered Amount have different sign for extract line number &LINE_NUMBER. Please make sure the sources assigned to the two accounting attributes have same sign, or assign different sources to these accounting attributes.
Error 0 - 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 &APPLICATION_NAME have been accounted: &TRX_DATA.
Error 95314 - The entered amount and accounted amount for line &LINE_NUM are not on the same side. Please inform your system administrator or support representative that:
The source assigned to the accounting attribute entered amount is not consistent with the source assigned to the accounting attribute accounted amount or the supplied conversion rate is invalid.

Steps to reproduce:

  1. Log into Oracle Applications using a Payables Responsibility.
  2. Open the Standard Request Submission (SRS) screen
    (N)Other > Requests > Run
  3. Run Create Accounting for Payments
  4. Review the SubLedger Accounting Report and notice the errors mentioned for PAYMENT CLEARING ADJUSTED and PAYMENT ADJUSTED events.



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