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FAQ Create Cost Accounting Distributions or Cost Processor: Common Problems and Queries (Doc ID 1461456.1)

Last updated on MAY 06, 2022

Applies to:

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


Guide Category:
Cost Management -  Create/Review Cost Accounting Distributions

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Questions and Answers
 A process has resulted in more than 100 errors of a given type. Is there a way to view or export all transactions that are in error?
 What is a Run Control? What is it used for?
 What tables is the Create Cost Accounting Distributions process reading?
 What are the four processors inside the cost processor?
 Costed status as "Fully Costed' however no data displayed in "Distributions" tab
 What tables does each of the four processors write to?
 Is the job Transfer transactions from Receiving to Costing required for creating cost accounting distributions?
 Is there any way to set a beginning date ("from date")?
 What is the Cost Cutoff date?
 When we run Create Cost Accounting Distribution,  the job ends in Warning. But when viewing the Review Cost Accounting Processes the request log has many errors against it. Is it normal?
 In other Apps Unlimited (AU) products, inventory transactions (Cycle Count, et al.) against expense items/subinventories did not creating accounting, but Fusion Applications does by default.  Can we change Fusion Cost Management to behave similarly to our (AU) product?
 The Create Cost Distribution Process ends in error with the following:  "The program Preprocessor(cost interface) failed because of an internal error."  "CostProcessor Ess"  CST status: ProcessTxnCostInterface :  Process rolled back and abored due to SQL Exception ProcessTxsCostInterface/InsertMiscTxnCosts: ORA-01476 : divisor is equal to zero. How to debug such issues and what information to collect for such processor errors.

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