APXINWKB: APP-SQLAP-97671 Entering an Invoice for Supplier Site with Liability Account that Violates Security Rule

(Doc ID 443891.1)

Last updated on APRIL 13, 2011

Applies to:

Oracle Payables - Version: 11.5.10.0 to 11.5.10.2 - Release: 11.5.10 to 11.5.10
Information in this document applies to any platform.
APXINWKB - Invoice Workbench

Symptoms


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-- Problem Description
When entering an invoice for a supplier site whose liability account violates a security rule, the following error message appears:

APP-SQLAP-97671: The Supplier Liability Account is no longer valid. Kindly Reenter.

User is able to click OK and continue entering the invoice.

Displaying the Liability account using a folder and overwriting the default liability account with a combination the responsibility has access to has no effect and the error persists.

-- Expected Behaviour
If a liability account which does not violate a security rule is entered, the system should not show this error.

-- Steps to Reproduce
Payables > Suppliers > Entry
Query Supplier Name
Click into the Site
Under the Accounting Tab, Liability=03-000-2210-0000-000

Setup > Flexfield > Validation > Security > Define
Security Rule Elements
                 From           To
Include         01             01
Exclude        03             03

Hence default liability account violates this security rule.

Invoices > Entry > Invoices
Enter Supplier
From the toolbar select Folder > Show Field > Liability Account
Change to Liability Account=01-000-1320-0000-000 (Does not violate security rule)
Tab out of the Supplier site field, receive:

APP-SQLAP-97671: The Supplier Liability Account is no longer valid. Kindly Reenter.

-- Business Impact
Unable to enter invoices after changing the default liability account without receiving the error.
Annoyance for users.

Cause

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