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Oracle Payroll 'Subledger Accounting (SLA)' Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) (Doc ID 605635.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 12, 2023

Applies to:

Oracle Payroll - Version 12.0.4 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
EXECUTABLE:FDFCHY - General Ledger Transfer Program
ConcurrentProgram:PYRPCSRUS - Costing Summary Report


Subledger Accounting (SLA) significantly enhances the accounting support available across the E-Business suite. Oracle Payroll, as well as several other E-Business Suite products, have implemented the use of SLA in their respective products.

Questions and Answers

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In this Document
Questions and Answers
 What is Sub-Ledger Accounting?
 Is a separate license required for Sub-Ledger Accounting (SLA) for Oracle Payroll?
 Is there any documentation available for the Oracle Payroll - Sub Ledger Accounting Integration?
 Can the Transfer to GL process continue to be used along with Transfer to SLA?
 How is it possible to track Journal Entries in SLA back to Payroll?
 What is the process flow for SLA from the Payroll subledger?
 What needs to be done to enable Sub-Ledger Accounting (SLA) for Oracle HRMS in Release 12?
 Upgrading Sub Ledger Accounting (SLA) for Oracle HRMS process is currently manual, when will an automated version be available?
 Why is the Application Accounting Definition (AAD) not in the list of values when trying to add it to the Sub-Ledger Accounting Method (SLAM)?
 From which responsibility should users run Create Accounting process?
 Can users run Create Accounting process for a closed GL (General Ledger) period?
 Can there be multiple rows with 'Payroll' Application for a Sub-Ledger Accounting Method?
 What is the impact on other modules if assigning Chart of Accounts (COA) with a flexfield value in the Accounting field of Sub-Ledger Accounting Method?
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