Posting is the main General Ledger process that updates the account balances for detail and summary accounts. As the program is submitted multiple times almost every day and the volume of data processed by this concurrent request is sometimes huge, getting a good performance for each run is crucial for having up-to-date balances available for reporting purposes at any moment.
Understanding why holds are applied at Invoice Validation time has always posed challenges for customers. Now there is new help available in the form of a Troubleshooting Causes and Solutions document:
R12: Main Invoice Holds placed during Invoice Validation process: troubleshooting and solution (Doc ID 1682809.1)
Use this document to find causes and solutions for the following common Invoice Holds:
As we continue to see more inroads made by cloud and SaaS technology, I have to admit to a downside...what can I work with in my local lab.
My local lab consists of two iMacs, an Apple Airbook, several arrays of 1-TB external hard drives from OWC, and a serious effort in leveraging virtual machines (I'm personally a VMware fan). It wasn't too long ago that I could run most Oracle technology on my little lab platform. And I like it that way...I prefer to have total control over all my prototyping and development environments.
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Customers are now able to create an accounting SR, upload the Master GDF diagnostic, and have the system automatically analyze the MGD output and update the SR with a solution summary. In most situations we anticipate this to be much faster than waiting for an engineer to pick up and process the SR. We call it RapidSR because it is FAST!
This first automation phase involves AP Accounting issues and covers the following impact areas:
A common contracts problem is that assets are spread across different contracts and customers want to consolidate different contracts into one. Up until recently the only way to do this (other than at renewal time) was to author new contracts from scratch or amend existing ones manually. With Release 12.1.3+ (via Patch 17861639:R12.OKS), users can now move assets from multiple source contracts to a single target contract using the new Contract Merge functionality. This helps in improving the maintainability of
The My Oracle Support Accreditation Series delivers a targeted learning experience that is designed to increase your expertise with My Oracle Support core functions and build skills to help you leverage Oracle product solutions, tools, and knowledge.
I'm hanging out in the middle of nowhere this week...Fort Riley, Kansas. Here to visit my granddaughters. Which means I'm missing ODTUG's KScope14 conference. Missed the OAUG/Quest/IOUG Collaborate14 this year as well. Will also be absent at OAUG's ConnectionPoint14 in Pittsburgh. Will be missing a few others that are usually on my calendar as well (But I made it to UTOUG Training Days, Alliance14, and the MidAtlantic HEUG conference - will also make it to the ECOAUG later this year).
General Ledger Reconciliation feature allows accounting users to reconcile transactions for accounts that should balance to zero, cross-referencing such transactions with each-other through reconciliation references. Either Manual or Automatic, using references from GL or Subledgers, including complete accounting code combinations or just the natural account segment value, when the balance for a group of transactions is zero the transactions are marked as reconciled.
What's different in Release12?