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R12:AP: Invoice With Prepayment Not Imported With Reason “INCONSISTENT PREPAY CURR: Prepayment and Invoice Currencies Do Not Match” When Quick Invoices Are Created for Multiple OU’s (Doc ID 2992384.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 13, 2023

Applies to:

Oracle Payables - Version 12.2.5 to 12.2.13 [Release 12.2]
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Invoice with prepayment is failing in Invoice Import

Even the currency of prepayment and invoice are the same, user is unable to import an invoice with prepayment application via invoice interface due to rejection code error:

INCONSISTENT PREPAY CURR: Prepayment and invoice currencies do not match.


The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:

1.Go to Payables Responsibility.

2.Create Prepayment "prep1" on Operating Unit "XXX" and pay it(must be available).

3.Go to Quick Invoices.

4.Enter standard invoice “standard1” for Operating Unit "XXX". Invoice should have same supplier, same site as prepayment “prep1”, should have as invoice amount the available amount of prepayment. Prepayment Number should be populated and Prepay Apply Amt should have the available amount of prepayment.

5.Enter valid line for standard invoice “standard1” and then click Save and Next.

6.Enter standard invoice “standard2” for Operating Unit "YYY". For this Operating Unit, the functional currency should be other that currency for prepayment “prep1”. For this invoice, choose Invoice Date/GL Date in a closed period because this invoice should be rejected during import process with any rejection reason.

7.Enter valid line for standard invoice “standard2”.

8.Click on Create Invoices button.

9.Payables Open Interface request will start and standard invoice “standard1” will be rejected with Rejection Reason “INCONSISTENT PREPAY CURR”.      




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