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ARXRWMAI: When Reversing A Receipt The Gl Date Defaults Into The Next Period (Doc ID 365395.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 20, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Receivables - Version to [Release 11.5.10]
Information in this document applies to any platform.


When you reverse a receipt, the default reversal GL date is populated as the first date of the next period with 'Future' status. This is happening to those receipts where: the GL date of the receipt is falling in the current OPEN period but different than system date.

EXPECTED BEHAVIOR: While reversing the receipt, the default GL date should be the system date, for those receipts where GL date of the receipt falls in the current OPEN period and also not same as the system date. 

1) Make sure that the current period is OPEN and the next period is with FUTURE status.
2) Create a receipt with GL date less than system date but in the current period. 
3) Click the "Reverse" button. The Reverse form will open and the GL date field will default as the first date of the next period with FUTURE status.





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