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Oracle Fusion Cash Management FAQ (Doc ID 1392514.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 20, 2020

Applies to:

Oracle Fusion Cash Management - Version 1.0-Beta and later
Oracle Fusion Cash Management Cloud Service
Information in this document applies to any platform.


The following questions are the most common asked for Oracle Fusion Cash Management:

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 I see new parameters in the bank statements processing program in Fusion V1 which were not there in E-Business Suite (EBS).We want to process data files the same way we used to in EBS.What parameters should we use ?
 What is a Payment System? Which Payment System should I use?
 What transmission configuration should I use?
 Where do I put my data file?
 We always have our data file on our local directory on the server, so we don’t really need a ‘transmission’ of the file. How can we process such local files?
 What are the different types of protocols that can be used for file transmission?
 What are the different statuses shown in the Processing Warnings and Errors table?
 How do I know the error and warnings encountered by the program?
 Can I see the actual file that is fetched and stored in the database?
 Sometimes I don’t see the hyper link on the File ID. Why?
 What does Retry icon do? The dialog that is shown on clicking Retry appears different each time. Why?
 Why is the Retry icon disabled for Import Warning status?
 Can I selectively process particular bank statements from my file?
 Is it mandatory to create code mapping for every code that is reported in the data file?
 What is an ‘external code’ and an ‘internal code’?
 What is the ‘Input Value’ and ‘Output Value’ in code map? How are they related to external code and internal code?
 There seems to be no restriction on the Output Value field in code map. It accepts any value that is entered there. Does it mean that the value entered there is accepted as an internal code?
When running the 'Bank Statement Cash Reconciliation Report' the total for Unreconciled Amounts in this report is 0, which is  an issue, as we can see that in Bank Statement Lines, we have positive amounts for these transactions. Why is this?

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