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Intercompany Billing Doesn't Respect End-Dated Balancing Segment Value Assigment (Doc ID 2509785.1)

Last updated on JULY 31, 2020

Applies to:

Oracle Fusion Receivables - Version 11.1.9.2.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

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PROBLEM STATEMENT
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The customer has an issue with intercompany billing within AR where an incorrect balancing segment value is populated on invoice distributions.
Because of this IT department is unable to invoice its parent company.

During year end activities an incorrect AP invoice with a bad balancing segment value was discovered. In order to fix this the bad balancing segment value had to be added to both legal entity and ledger assignments. This
enabled the bad balancing segment value to be used and the incorrect invoice could be reversed.

After this activity the new balancing segment value assignments were end-dated on both legal entity and ledger level.

Currently customer is facing issues in AR where the end-dated balancing segment value is being auto-populated in the distributions of customer invoices, despite the value being end-dated.

STEPS TO REPRODUCE
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1. Assign New Balancing Segment Values to Ledger
2. Assign New Balancing Segment Values to Legal Entities
3. End date the newly created balancing segment
4. Create intercompany transaction in AR
5. The newly created balancing segment is defaulted despite the value being end-dated.

EXPECTED BEHAVIOR
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The end-dated balancing segment shouldn't be defaulted

BUSINESS IMPACT
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Due to this issue AR intercompany transactions are created with a wrong balancing segment in distribution

Changes

 

Cause

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