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Importing Accounting Definition File Just Adds Journal Line Definitions To Custom Definitions And Leaves Seeded Journal Line Definitions Attached (Doc ID 749785.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 19, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Receivables - Version 12.0.5 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
***Checked for relevance on 10-Jan-2012***
XLAALIMP - Import Application Accounting Definitions


The following is the scenario:


You have Instance A
You copy seeded  Application Accounting Definitions (AAD) AR_DEFAULT_ACCRUAL to BKI BILL 1.
Then change just Journal Line Definition (JLD) for event class Adjustments from seeded 'Adjustments - Default Accrual' to a custom copied one called 'bki copy adjust'. (remove the seeded and replace it with the custom one)

Validate and then Export those definitions to file a1.dlt

You have instance B
You copy seeded AAD AR_DEFAULT_ACCRUAL to BKI BILL 1. DO NOT change anything and validate.

Now import a1.dlt where the BKI BILL 1 with the custom JLD attached to Adjustments to Instance B (where you have the original copy of the seeded AAD without any changes).

The result is always that the Adjustment Event for BKI BILL 1 has now 2 JLD assigned:
'Adjustments - Default Accrual' and 'bki copy adjust'

Expected result would be that the seeded 'Adjustments - Default Accrual' is deleted and replaced by the custom one 'bki copy adjust'.

The Import Application Accounting Definition Program is submitted with

Import Option: 'Overwrite'
Force Overwrite: 'Yes'

The expected result would be that the definition is overwritten.


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