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How To Define Security For Different Legal Entities In Autoaccounting (Doc ID 820393.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 03, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Receivables - Version 12.0.4 and later
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Information in this document applies to any platform.

Goal

In AR, the user can create transactions for different legal entity but for the same operation
unit. In the autoaccounting, defined by operation unit, we assign a value for the company segment
(segment1). In the accounting setups, the legal entity defines the balancing segment.

For example, for unique Ledger, have the following setup:

Legal Entity 1 = LE1 - Balancing segment = 10
Legal Entity 2 = LE2 - Balancing segment = 20

AUTOACCOUNTING (for example Receivable account) OU1 => SEGMENT1 = CONSTANT 10
AUTOACCOUNTING (for example Receivable account) OU2 => SEGMENT1 = CONSTANT 20

The user can create this transaction:

TRX = 1
OU = OU1
LE = LE2

The problem is that the Transaction create accounting with segment1 = 10, and should be segment1 = 20,
because the legal entity is LE2 (balancing segment = 20).

How can this be achieved?

Solution

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