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Trade Management Funds Accrual Engine FAQ (Doc ID 790301.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 03, 2019

Applies to:

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

Purpose

This note explains to the customers how Funds Accrual Engine works how to monitor that process.

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In this Document
Purpose
Questions and Answers
 What is Funds Accrual Engine ?
 What is the business flow used by FAE in Trade Management ?
 What are the meanings and effects of the different parameters on FAE  ?
 What are the Profile Options related on the engine ?
 Where does the process start ?
 How works the integration between Orders and Trade Management ?
 How to check the backlog to be processed by Funds Accrual Engine ?
 How to check how many times Funds Accrual Engine has been processed and how long does it take  ?
 How to check the backlog in progress when FUNDS ACCRUAL ENGINE is Running ?
 How to check if Funds Accrual Engine processed all the records in the backlog ?
 How to check the list of orders with failed utilizations after Funds Accrual Engine ?
 What is an Account Generator and how is it used when running Funds Accrual Engine?
 Which tables are updated when running Funds Accrual Engine program?
 How go in details on that errors ?
 How works the integration with GL on that accruals ?
 What it is necessary to send to support opening a SR for a FUNDS ACCRUAL ENGINE failure ?
 What are the Best Practices for running  Funds Accrual Engine ?
 Changes introduced in 12.1.3 for Trade Management GL Transfer and Postings and how it did impact Funds Accrual Engine:
 How Does the Profile Option OZF: Use Account Generator Workflow effect 12.1.3?
 
IMPORTANT : What is the version of the file ozfacreb.pls?
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