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11.5.10: Payables Import Program (Source: Trade Management) Error: "Invalid Liability - Liability account is invalid" (Doc ID 471289.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 04, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Payables - Version and later
Oracle Trade Management - Version 11.5.10 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


When trying to AutoPay an offer through Claim settlement. (Target is to Issue Check to particular customer against an Fund Request Lumpsum Offer) or directly running Payables Invoice Import  program.  In Payables Invoice Import concurrent report,  get the error : Invalid Liability - Liability account is invalid

Steps To Reproduce

Oracle Payables

  1. Responsibility: Payables
  2. Navigation: Concurrent Request > Run
  3. Run Payables Import Program to create Payables Invoice.

Oracle Trade Management

  1. Create a Fund Request Lumpsum offer against some budget.
    • Responsibility: Oracle Trade Management User
    • Navigation: Trade Planning > Offers
      • Create an Offer with Lumpsum type
  2. Make the offer Active by requesting approval and following approval workflow
  3. Create Claim
    • Navigation: Claims
      • Create
  4. Associate Claim to above offer
    • Navigation: Lines left link
      • Type amount in the Claim Line
      • Click Update (B)
  5. Associate Earnings
    • Navigation: Associate Earnings
      • Check and type the amount in the Offer line(s) (it is now possible)
  6. Settlement
    • Navigation: Settlement
      • Select the Method: Check
      • Update Claim Status should go to Pending Close. ( If you have the approval setup, it will go to Pending Approval until Claim Approver approves the Claim)
  7. Run Workflow Background Process for OZF: Claim Settlement process
  8. Run Payables Import Program to create Payables Invoice.
  9. Check AP interface : No record exist there and or get error : Invalid Liability - Liability account is invalid





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