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R12/CE: Cash Position Question / Answer 2 (Doc ID 855399.1)

Last updated on JULY 10, 2020

Applies to:

Oracle Cash Management - Version 11.5.9 to 12.2.5 [Release 11.5 to 12.2]
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Q1. If you include Cash Pool in the work sheet, do you need to Define Bank accounts of the cash pool in bank accounts or not ? and if you do define the bank accounts in the work sheet, will it duplicate in results?
Q2. If you have Cleared Transaction: YES ..will it pickup ONLY CLEARED TRANSACTIONS From Day 1 (begin date)?
Q3. What is the definition of OVERDUE transactions and cleared Transactions for both AP and AR?
Q4. Balance Type: what it means and from where these are picked up?
Cash Flow Balance
Interest calculated Balance

Q5. At work sheet level user defined AMOUNTS are available but at RESULTS LEVEL no such option is available?
Q6. Why in cash position results Bank Account Range do not show all the bank account? What is the logic of what it shows?
Q7. In cash Pool view why other bank accounts (Other then Cash Pool bank Account) are shown in the results when the cash pool has only three bank account and these three are clubbed under Cash Pool and shown?
Q8. When results taken View by: Currency - why Other then USD is not showing up? But in available Liquidity It shows all Currency correct?

Q9. Wen you click resell discounted security from CASH POSITION RESULTS>>available Liquidity ..why it doesn't show any Transactions however when you go directly to the form it shows all the transactions under the particular security?
Q10. What Rules Cash Position module uses to calculates the prior-day balances?
Q11. What is Intra-day activities and how it calculates the intra day activity?


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