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Understanding How Trade Management Net Accrual Engine (NAE) works (Doc ID 846027.1)

Last updated on MARCH 12, 2021

Applies to:

Oracle Trade Management - Version 12.0.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Goal

This document explains how Net Accruals Engine (NAE) works, related setups, schema and code sections to help troubleshooting the program. 

Solution

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In this Document
Goal
 This document explains how Net Accruals Engine (NAE) works, related setups, schema and code sections to help troubleshooting the program. 
Solution
 1. What does Net Accrual Engine do?
 2. Which Profile Options are related to NAE?
 3. What are the main steps for setting up Net Accrual Offers?
 4. Which Customers are Accrued?
 5. Where is NAE located?
 6. Where is Beneficiary determined for the different Transaction Types?
 7. Which tables are used for NAOs and NAE?
  8. How does the code flow for NAE?
  8.1 Selection of Offers
  8.2 Processing of Sales Orders - Direct Sales
  8.3 Processing of Other Transactions - Deduction Rules
 8.4 Processing of Sales Orders - Indirect Sales
 9. Testcase
 10. Main issues, Patches, Bugs and Notes
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