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R12: Missing Journals In Reporting Currency Ledger, How to Address That Issue? (Doc ID 800854.1)

Last updated on MARCH 14, 2024

Applies to:

Oracle General Ledger - Version 12.0.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

A new Reporting Currency ledger was defined after the start of the current period (Example: Jan period runs 1-Jan to 31-Jan and the Reporting Currency Ledger was defined on 9-Jan) .
The source data from the Subledger (SLA) sources do not have all the expected journal date for the Jan period.Some journals are present and some are not.  The expectation is that all journals for this period will exist in both ledgers.
Subsequent periods have all the journals and match Primary to Reporting Currency ledgers.

Reporting Currency conversion is set at Subledger level.

 

STEPS TO REPRODUCE

  1. General Ledger Responsibility > Accounting Setup Manager
  2. Define new Reporting Currency having a start date after the start of the current period
  3. At period end, attempt to reconcile Primary Ledger to the Reporting Currency Ledger
  4. Observe missing journals in the Reporting Currency Ledger

     

Changes

 New Reporting Currency Ledger defined with a start date after the start of the current period.

Cause

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