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R12 System Options, Financial Options and Control Periods Frequently Asked Questions (Doc ID 735517.1)

Last updated on MAY 08, 2020

Applies to:

Oracle Payables - Version 12.0.0 to 12.0.7 [Release 12.0]
Information in this document applies to any platform.
APXCUMSP.FMB - Define System Options and Defaults
APXSSFSO.FMB - Define Financials Options
APXSUMPS.FMB - Control Periods


Purpose

The purpose of this document is to provide Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) for System Options, Financial Options and Control Periods topic in Oracle Payables.

Questions and Answers

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In this Document
Purpose
Questions and Answers
 APXCUMSP.FMB - Define System Options and Defaults
 1. Why does R12 Payment Accounting End with Cash Clearing 95311, 95353 Errors or Single Sided Liability 0 Errors?
 2. Why does the Payables Options Form (APXCUMSP) give an APP-SQLAP-10707 Error when Trying to Uncheck the Account for Gain/Loss When Payment Clears Option?
 3. Why do Checks have status Reconciled Unaccounted even though they are Fully Accounted and the "When Payment Clears" box is Checked in System Options?
 4. Why is the Discount Line Failing Accounting with a Null CCID?
 5. Why is there a Performance Problem in Payables Options APXCUMSP after <Patch.6059821> Application?
 APXSSFSO.FMB - Define Financials Options
 1. Why does the Create Accounting Process Incorrectly Show a 95311 Error?
 2. Why is R12 Accounting Created with the Wrong or  an Invalid Cash/Cash Clearing Account?
 3. Why does Financials Options, Payables Options Refer to Future Dated Payments instead of the New Terminology of Bills Payable?
 APXSUMPS.FMB - Control Periods
 1. Why Aren't Invoice Lines Swept, Reported or Considered During Closing?
 2. Why aren't Unprocessed Budgetary Control Events Swept? Orphan Budgetary Control Events Exist.
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