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Customer Form, Business Purposes Issue: Bill To Purpose Can be Deactivated Even When It Is Use As Bill To Location By a Ship To Purpose (Doc ID 397663.1)

Last updated on JUNE 01, 2018

Applies to:

Oracle Receivables - Version to [Release 11.5.10]
Information in this document applies to any platform.
*** Checked for Relevance 24-Feb-2014 ***


A Bill To business purpose can be deactivated without getting a warning or error, even if it used as the Bill To Location for a Ship To business purpose.

When creating transactions (invoice, debit memo, credit memo) using this Ship-To, the following error occurs:

APP-AR-11207: Invalid arguments for the procedure &PROCEDURE. Please contact World Wide Support (User_EXIT=get_remit_to_address())

When running the Autoinvoice import program: the invoices and credit memos are not picked up which has this as remit to Address.

Steps to Reproduce

  1. Responsibility: Receivables Manager
    Navigation: Customers > Standard
  2. Create Bill To Business Purposes
  3. Set Bill To as Active and Primary
  4. Create Ship To Business Purpose, fill in Bill To Location to use the purpose created in step 2.
  5. Deactivate the "Bill To"
  6. Save your changes, note that no Error or Warning is raised.
  7. Navigation: Transactions > Transaction
  8. Create a transaction and use the Ship to from step 4. The following error is raised:

    APP-AR-11207: Invalid arguments for the procedure &PROCEDURE.



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