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Interests And Amortization Continues Accrual After The Deal Is Sold (Doc ID 409196.1)

Last updated on JULY 10, 2020

Applies to:

Oracle Treasury - Version and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
11.5.10 11i.AP.N, 11i.AR.O , 11i.XTR.L , 11i.CE.K ,
xtracclb.pls 115.95
xtraccls.pls 115.14
XTRACACL.fmx Form Version : 11.5.91
XTRINBND.fmb 115.226
XTRSEBND.fmb 115.109


Example: Have a fixed income deal that was sold as of 01.Sept.06. The maturity balance amount has been reduced to zero when it was sold. However, it is still accruing interests and amortization amount as if it is still active.

Steps to Reproduce:
Use Treasury super user responsibility, close a fixed income security deal, run accrual accounting process after the deal is closed. The system still generates amounts for interest and amortization. From the database the value of calc_face_value in the xtr_accrls_amort table is still showing the original par value for amount type CPMADJ for this closed deal.

This is causing you to reverse the journal entries generated for the closed deal in each closing period.




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