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Is Encumbrance Accounting Mandatory for Budgetary Control to Perform Funds Check? (Doc ID 461912.1)

Last updated on JANUARY 08, 2024

Applies to:

Oracle Project Planning and Control - Version and later
Oracle Purchasing - Version and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Reviewed Oracle Project Management User's guide and Oracle Projects Implementation guide and it does not mention to enable 'Encumbrance Accounting' as a required step to setup budgetary control:

"Implementing Budgetary Controls Budgetary controls enable you to monitor and control expense
commitment transactions entered for a project. To enable budgetary controls, perform the following steps:
1. Set profile options for budgetary controls
PA: Days to Maintain BC Packets
PA: Enable Budget Integration and Budgetary Control Feature
2. Define default budgetary control levels and the default budgetary control time interval
3. Create and baseline an initial project cost budget
4. Adjust default control levels for your budget line details"

In the current documentation Encumbrance accounting is only listed in the required steps to set up
Top-Down integration with GL.


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