Sub-Ledger Accounting: Deep Drive

Presenters: Introduction
Sub-Ledger Accounting (SLA) is functionality introduced by Oracle in R12 of the Oracle eBusiness Suite. In the 3 years since then, we as a user community have been able to accumulate considerable understanding of SLA This paper attempts to draw together some of that knowledge, highlighting what we have learnt from the early implementations as well as indicating the availability of valuable 1 papers and presentations available for in-depth follow up. Formally, this paper covers the following: • • • • What is SLA? (i.e. an introduction to its functionality and concepts) How does it work? (i.e. system architecture, both process and configuration aspects) What can we do with it? (i.e. how it can be used to meet business requirements) What does it mean for the end-users? (i.e. reports, inquiries, month-end process and diagnostics)

Jeannie Dobney (independent consultant) & Alyssa Johnson (solution architect, Solution Beacon)

What is Sub-Ledger Accounting?
In R12 the Set of Books concept was replaced with Ledgers; i.e. the 3 “C’s” became the 4 “C’s”: Set of Books Chart of Accounts Functional Currency Calendar Ledger Chart of Accounts Functional Currency Calendar Accounting Convention The Accounting Convention aspect of a Ledger is enabled by Oracle’s introduction of sub-ledger accounting, which facilitated multiple accounting representations of a single transaction. (This very fundamental point is absolutely key to understanding SLA: the transaction entered has now been separated from the accounting entry created from it. This paper will underscore the implications of that change.) So for example it became possible to have the following: Primary Ledger – using standard accrual as an accounting convention Secondary Ledger - using a cash accounting convention In this scenario when the user enters a supplier invoice into Accounts Payable, the following accounting impacts follow: Primary Ledger: Dr Expense (determined by Invoice Distribution) Cr AP Control Secondary Ledger: no accounting impact To provide this new functionality, Oracle introduced sub-ledger accounting, which is: • • Both a set of accounting rules and an engine to generate the accounting transactions A separate product with its own schema (XLA) to which accounting transactions are posted 2 from each participating sub-ledger prior to being posted to the General Ledger . (Although SLA is a separate product, it may be helpful to think of it as a service rather than a 3 separate Application, since it is accessed via the existing sub-ledgers). Participating sub-ledgers include: Payables Receivables Projects
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For example for a Payables or Assets clerk. This actually has quite significant impacts at Month-End (which we will come to later in this paper). The screens used for this are called the Accounting Methods Builder (AMB). COLLABORATE 10 — OAUG Forum SLA Deep Dive © Jeannie Dobney & Alyssa Johnson as at 7-Apr-10 Page 2 . probably the only impact will be a change in some inquiry screens. For many end-users the introduction of SLA may be almost transparent.Assets Cash Management Purchasing Cost Management Process Manufacturing • • Using a single engine to derive accounting from all these sub-ledgers. How it Works (Accounting Process) The following diagram shows how the participating sub-ledgers post ‘through’ SLA to the General 4 Ledger . PA CE PO AR AP SLA CM FA GL The process which controls the interfacing of transactions from the sub-ledgers to the SLA tables and into GL is Creating Accounting. Configurations created via the AMB are much easier and transparent than equivalent modifications in previous eBS versions and are more easily supported. The very subtlety of these changes. standardises the accounting process. and this will be discussed further in a later section. however. may present a trap. however the diagram also indicates that the SLA forms a central transactional data repository with its own reports and inquiry windows. The SLA engine also supports user defined (modified) accounting conventions which allow users to determine how the sub-ledgers derive the accounting. which is submitted from SRS.

For example Payables has event classes like invoices and payments. Journal Header Assignments Journal Line Definitions Each event that generates a journal is made up of components that can be defined using rules or by entering data into the available forms. one for each sub-ledger Event Classes Each Application has a number of Events which can generate Accounting entries. the supplier who submitted the invoice.For readers new to this process there are some additional notes about the parameters of this process 5 in the end-notes to this paper Alyssa Johnson has also covered this process in detail in her paper Transitioning from Account Generators to the R12 Subledger Accounting Engine (slide 54 ff). Standard Accrual Application Application Accounting Application Accounting Definition Accounting Definition Definition An Accounting Method is made up of multiple Application Accounting Definitions. Journal Descriptions Journal Line Types Account Derivation Rules Sources are components of transactions e. How it Works (Configuration) The following diagram shows the elements used in the SLA architecture: Accounting Method e. Custom sources can also be defined using PL/SQL Sources COLLABORATE 10 — OAUG Forum SLA Deep Dive © Jeannie Dobney & Alyssa Johnson as at 7-Apr-10 Page 3 .g.g.

. For more detail on SLA Architecture refer to Alyssa’s 2008 paper: Oracle EBS Release 12. For consultants looking for more detail on some of the configuration ‘bells and whistles’ we also recommend Melanie Cameron’s SLA white-paper for the Oracle Contractor’s network (cf key references). Top Tip Through this paper we will include tips which reflect specific queries we’ve fielded over the past 3 years. The Accounting SetUp Manager controls the grouping of journal headers as shown below (the level of posting detail field). The GL SIG’s Introduction to SLA series also contains excellent examples which are 6 helpful in understanding both what each of these building blocks are and also how they can be used. from the GL SuperUser Responsibility: (N) Setup ~ Financials ~ Accounting Setup Manager ~ Accounting SetUps ~ Subledger Accounting Options. Subledger Accounting: What It Is.Refer to the PowerPoint presentation accompanying this white paper for screen shots of each of these elements. (Alyssa’s contact details are included at the end of this paper). and select specific sub-ledger Use the Accounting Methods Builder (introduced in the next section) to control the summarisation 7 of journal lines. Here’s the first one: How do you control whether the sub-ledgers post to GL in summary or detail. COLLABORATE 10 — OAUG Forum SLA Deep Dive © Jeannie Dobney & Alyssa Johnson as at 7-Apr-10 Page 4 . In the next section of the current paper we will highlight how these elements can be used as supported configurations to achieve the accounting outcomes which may be required by your business. How It Works. To access this screen. What It Does.

An event is the recording of a change of status in the transaction life cycle.1. Events are the bridge between transactions and journal entries. invoice approved. COLLABORATE 10 — OAUG Forum SLA Deep Dive © Jeannie Dobney & Alyssa Johnson as at 7-Apr-10 Page 5 . period close. SLA uses events for processing transactions. i. this section deals in a little more detail with the “event” concept which is an important part of SLA architecture and processing. detail GL_JE_LINES Detailed at GL_JE_HEADERS and GL_JE_LINES Detailed at GL_JE_HEADERS and GL_JE_LINES Summarize (By GL Date or Period) Detail No Summarization Detail No Summarization Summary Note: The last two options cause the level of detail in the GL to be the same as in the Subledger Sidebar: Events For those who are interested..The 2 options work together as shown in the following table from MOS Note 876190.e. GL Journal Entry Summarization Summarize (By GL Date or Period) JLT -Transfer to GL Expected behaviour Summary Summarized at both GL_JE_HEADERS and GL_JE_LINES Summarized at GL_JE_HEADERS. payment received. This allows for a clear separation between transactions and accounting representation. etc.

from Payables: N > Setup ~ Accounting Setups ~ Subledger Accounting Setup ~ Accounting Methods Builder ~ Events) Use the Event Classes button to display the event classes and types for each Event Entity. To identify the events in your Application you can do the following: In a non-production instance.g. we recommend Melanie Cameron’s paper pp. (rather than investing further in a workflow based method whilst knowing 9 that workflow technology will not used in the next generation Fusion Applications). An Event Class represents a category of business event for a particular transaction type or document. Sidebar: Transitioning from Account Generators Alyssa has previously presented a paper on this topic (Transitioning from Account Generators to the R12 Subledger Accounting Engine at Collaborate 09) and whilst we do not want to rehash the same material here. Usage Cost. For consultants interested in understanding event identifiers. Event Classes include Labor Cost. and Supplier Cost. (This is very significant fundamental point and we will come back to it later in this paper). For example: . i. Concept Event entity Explanation Event Entities allow SLA to handle the accounting for similar business events in a consistent manner.e. event entities have event classes). there are a couple of key points worth highlighting here as well: • Most of the sub-ledgers continue to use their existing (11i) methods to derive the accounting which users see in Distribution windows. By default. • • COLLABORATE 10 — OAUG Forum SLA Deep Dive © Jeannie Dobney & Alyssa Johnson as at 7-Apr-10 Page 6 . For Event Class Supplier Cost. some understanding of how to use ‘events’ may be helpful for this. An Event Type represents a business operation that you can perform for an Event Class. (note that these event concepts are hierarchical.Assets may use an Account Generator to derive its account codes. event types include Expense Report Cost Distribution and Supplier Cost Distribution. it will simply pass this through to GL. Event Types are the most granular level of business event which has an accounting impact Example from Oracle Projects Expenditures.e. 8 Event class Event Type Top Tip Later in this paper we will recommend that at least some of your end-users need training in how to use SLA Inquiry screens. we recommend you seriously consider going directly to the ‘newer’ technology i.g.Receivables still uses AutoAccounting to default invoice accounting . only cancelled invoices. so that users understand how to use the Inquiry screens to focus their query on e. Revenue and Budgets For Event Entity Expenditures. Include this data in your end-user training notes. however SLA also allows you to modify this if you wish to. In most cases SLA picks up this account code as the default source for its account derivation rules. query back the Event Model screen (e.Projects still uses AutoAccounting to default revenue accounting and an Account Generator to default P2P expenditure accounting .The following table explains the related terminology . SLA. In cases where you have a choice between methods (for example in Assets where the profile option FA: Use Workflow Account Generation allows you to opt to bypass the use of the Account Generator). 10 ff (see key references section below).

We recommend that you refer to the papers referenced above for the specifics of how this can be done.rather than as manual invoices in AR (and they post from AR in detail). again this can be easily achieved using conditional logic via SLA. . Existing AIM documentation may not be easily adapted for SLAMs. However we recommend that if your site uses a non-standard / user-configured sub-ledger accounting method (SLAM). • • • • • • The examples provided above are intended to assist you in understanding the power of SLA to help you meet your business requirements in a supportable way. SLA supports this using the same principle used for automatic offsets. This is indeed a major benefit which will have a direct impact on total cost of ownership. Here are some examples of using the SLA Architecture to meet specific business requirements: • GL users would like to be able to distinguish AR invoice journal lines which originated from feeder systems . you can meet that requirement with Application level configuration using the SLA architecture described in the previous section. however in R12 this is a supported SLA configuration. Their default accrual account configuration uses company 01. Top Tip The details of SLA configuration may be primarily of interest to implementers. these include rules that include conditions and other more sophisticated examples than are listed 13 above. Some other functionality provided by SLA may also be helpful and is indicated briefly here: COLLABORATE 10 — OAUG Forum SLA Deep Dive © Jeannie Dobney & Alyssa Johnson as at 7-Apr-10 Page 7 . Alyssa Johnson discusses this in her paper Transitioning from Account Generators: slide 60 ff. Whilst this is standard functionality. a client has multiple balancing segments within an operating unit. An Assets client requires that disposals be charged to a specific cost centre instead of to the balance sheet i. My Oracle Support) Note 458375. Put simply.a. There is an example of Purchase Price Variance by product line described by Streubel and 12 Volz in their paper Cost Accounting As You Want It EBS R12 Cost Accounting with SLA . Extending this recommendation to treat a user-configured SLAM as a customisation. Note: Oracle provide a mechanism for importing and exporting Application Accounting Definitions – to make the process of migrating a user-configured SLAM from a TEST instance to Production.g. In 11i this would have required a significant customisation. however the company wants to have a separate accrual account. (How to do this is illustrated in Alyssa Johnson’s paper Transitioning from Account Generators. is that it provides User-Configurable 10 Accounting Rules . it provides a useful template for similar requirements e.g. we would also recommend it be specifically and intensively tested during UAT to ensure that the configuration meets the business requirements. Metalink (a. 000.e. There are a series of other excellent examples in the GL SIG’s SLA presentations.mirroring the balancing segment value in the expense account. e.k.) A Receivables team wants to differentiate their Receivables balance for products vs services.so our recommendation is that a brief functional specification be created listing briefly what the business requirement was that justified the custom SLAM and how the SLA elements are used to achieve the required outcome. users should check that this is documented to their satisfaction as part of the implementation.1 also includes case study of similar requirements. we have not dwelt on them here because we assume that key end-users are likely to require only a conceptual understanding of how it works. The GL SIG’s excellent series on SLA included a discussion of how Automatic Offsets are 11 implemented in R12 .Using SLA to Meet Specific Business Requirements One of the key business benefits Oracle claim for SLA. where the liability account is cost centre specific and the cost centre value should match the item distribution. In 11i this would require a Workflow developer to customise the Account Generator. in R12 it is a simple and supported configuration of journal line descriptions. this means that if your site has an accounting requirement that ‘vanilla’ Oracle has not foreseen.

There is also a helpful Metalink Note providing detail on how Supporting References may be set up and used (Note 790978. you might want to report some costs by project using this functionality. sub-ledger journal entries that have not yet been posted to GL All reports are based on ‘fat’ extracts i. the values are substituted in SLA (not first in GL).• Supporting References This functionality allows you to ‘tag’ transactions with values which may then be used in reporting – and for which SLA will maintain balances. however in our experience an ‘apparently small’ change like the replacement of the Account Analysis with Payables details 11i report with the R12 Account Analysis (with sub-ledger details) report – can cause absolute havoc during the first month end after go-live! This is not something you want to replicate… Inquiries In the GL-SIG’s excellent presentation series. • End-User Impacts Many end-users may not notice much change when moving from 11i to R12.a. Reports SLA provides the following BI Publisher reports to take advantage of the centralised transaction data store and to assist with reconciliation. they contain additional non-displayed data which can be 16 added via BI Publisher template modifications. Trial Balances): listing of open balances by third party Third Party Balances Report. Replacement Accounts 15 If these are used by your site. they covered the new SLA Inquiry pages very thoroughly and practically– and we recommend you consider a similar approach for your end-user COLLABORATE 10 — OAUG Forum SLA Deep Dive © Jeannie Dobney & Alyssa Johnson as at 7-Apr-10 Page 8 .k. there may appear to be almost no impacts. Top Tip We would strongly recommend that user testing includes the use of reports and inquiries for relevant business activities and especially that a full period close be completed during UAT. balances by third party control account and third party Period Close Exceptions Report. • • • • • Journal Entries Report: Listing of sub-ledger journal entries Account Analysis: Listing of beginning and ending balances from GL with merge of subledger and GL details Open Account balances (a. (i. The objective is to ensure that the users can obtain the data they need from the new or changed reports. • Third Party account balances This functionality allows you to view and report account balances by customer and / or supplier. . If a ‘segment’ is not required for financial accounting and reporting. There is a helpful example in the GL SIG’s SLA slides 14 showing exactly how this can be set up and used for reporting.1). to an AP or AR clerk. The changes may appear small. For example if you do not use Oracle Projects.e.e. We have identified the following key impacts: • • • • New and / or changed reports New and / or changed accounting inquiry windows Changed month-end procedures Changed Diagnostics procedures The following section outlines each of these in turn. solely for management reporting). consider capturing it purely within Subledger Accounting using this SLA Supporting Reference feature. listing of transactions.

but most end users do need to be shown. page 12-42 Reverse_Journal_Entry. Oracle position SLA as facilitating a smoother period close and easier reconciliation (cf Note 986783. Early releases of R12 had considerable problems reconciling AP to GL and there are quite a few 20 Metalink notes relating to this . however. If you are considering using the manual SLA journal feature to represent accounting in legacy systems. We all know that the SWAN interface is supposed to be so much more intuitive.training . page 12-29 Delete_Journal_Entry_Line.R12: Period-End Procedures for Oracle Financials E-Business Suite). you may wish to consider the use of the API which allows you to import such transactions into SLA rather than into the GL directly (via the GL interface). page 12-21 Update_Journal_Entry_Line. The package is called XLA_JOURNAL_ENTRIES_PUB_PKG.1). We recommend you download and study this document during your upgrade or implementation. with the following sub19 functions : Create_Journal_Entry_Header. page 12-38 Complete_Journal_Entry. make sure users understand how to use this functionality in their queries. Alternatively consider removing this page from their menu or at least explaining that it is not relevant to them. this should probably also be introduced to users in a similar manner. It is easy to do this once you’ve been shown how . This topic has sparked some concern. page 12-5 Update_Journal_Entry_Header. The recommendation is to remove this sub-function from all users who do not actually need it and 18 to set clear guidelines for the acceptable use of SLA journals for those who may use it . firstly that a data entry facility should be accessible from an inquiry page and secondly that incorrect use of this by-defaultstandard feature could lead to significant reconciliation problems at month-end. One helpful example using their business context is normally sufficient.1 . for example: • There is now an Inquiry page titled Accounting Events. page 12-12 Delete_Journal_Entry. Ensure users understand how to use the Add Another field to focus a query – and then to save personalisations. in our experience to date this is not always the users’ perception. so your GL users will also need to understand how to use the SLA pages. Top Tip 17 • • • • Top Tip • COLLABORATE 10 — OAUG Forum SLA Deep Dive © Jeannie Dobney & Alyssa Johnson as at 7-Apr-10 Page 9 . page 12-18 Create_Journal_Entry_Line. If your site wants to use Third Party Balance Inquiries. however at the time of writing these issues seem to be largely overcome. Oracle now provide the ability to enter manual sub-ledger journals via a button on the SLA Journal Inquiry pages. Possibly the best advice is to proceed with caution as SLA has been a substantial change and some teething issues are to be expected with this scale of change. page 12-47 Month-End Procedures The impact of all transactions being passed through SLA as well as the use of new and / or changed reports and inquiry windows will impact on your month-end procedure. As noted above we strongly recommend you include a complete period close in your UAT and not underestimate the impact of these changes. Drill Down from GL now also uses SLA pages. If you have chosen to use Supporting References. end-users probably need to have this and the related “event” jargon translated for their Application’s context using some familiar examples (refer to the sidebar section on p. 5 above). however in our experience users still need some assistance to be able to use the Inquiry pages. Oracle have provided an excellent document on this topic (Note 961285.

R12: FAQ for the SLA Upgrade and we would also strongly recommend talking with other users who have upgraded to R12 to hear what they have learnt. Submit the Create Accounting program which then also populates the diagnostic tables.g. 2.1 . this should only be enabled when required).g. There is also a great deal more detail which we have not been able to cover in this paper. You should also rehearse your reconciliation strategy during testing of your migration process. Submit the Transaction Objects Diagnostics concurrent request to view the diagnostic report. Set the profile option: SLA Enable Diagnostics to Yes (because of the performance overhead. 3.briefly referred to above with manual reference and also refer to blog at http://www. Because of the changes introduced with SLA you will need to decide how much of your existing transaction data should be upgraded. Other Topics Before closing this paper we would like to mention one further topic which the scope of this paper has not allowed us to deal with but which you may wish to follow up through the references provided below: Upgrade issues An upgrade to R12 is non-trivial. which you may need if the Create 21 Accounting process does not complete successfully . For example if the user may see an Invoice Distribution displaying an account code of 01-100-7123.If you are using user-configured SLA rules. There are also a number of helpful documents on Metalink. To enable the use of these Diagnostics you: 1.com/ Business Flows Pre. 4. but an SLA rule may be substituting a different cost centre. To prepare you can read the reference manual Oracle Applications Upgrade Guide: Release 11i to Release 12 (part # B31566-01). which we hope the Key References section will assist you with. The System Administrator submits the Purge Transaction Objects Diagnostics concurrent request. Diagnostics To assist in resolving problems Oracle provide Diagnostic tools. understandably users may call this an error unless it is clear to them that this substitution is correct. for legacy systems) . you should ensure that the users performing the reconciliation understand how the system is deriving the accounting values. Note 604893. e.e. mapping sets and other configuration options Use of Profile Options: SLA: Accounting Methods Builder Context • • • • COLLABORATE 10 — OAUG Forum SLA Deep Dive © Jeannie Dobney & Alyssa Johnson as at 7-Apr-10 Page 10 . XLA_JOURNAL_ENTRIES_PUB_PKG (e.and Post-Accounting Programs Multi-Period Accounting. Reset the profile option: SLA Enable Diagnostics to No 5.oraclebusinessapps. Specifically we have not covered the following due to time constraints: • • Import / Export of SLAMS – useful both for migrating between instance and creating safety copies (cf Alyssa’s Transitioning from Account Generators slides 60-61) API to create journal entries i.

.Note 396829.com.100 objects that have been added to the E-Business Suite database due to SLA. there were already some excellent presentations available to assist with understanding SLA. it will require time and effort to absorb.Note 604893. What It Does. She is based on the Sunshine Coast on the east coast of Australia and can be reached via email at jdobney@bigpond.oracleappshub.jdobney.1 for a detailed discussion of the R12 EBS Period Close process .1 .1 .1 for a listing of Oracle Subledger Accounting Documentation Resources. as can be seen by running the following query: select object_type. Alyssa Johnson from Solution Beacon has also presented 2 valuable papers: Oracle EBS Release 12 Subledger Accounting. This is an overview of those we consider most valuable: • The key resource is the SLA Implementation manual (Part # E13628-03).Oracle Leasing and Finance Management SLA Guide useful even for those not interested in those Applications The OAUG’s GL SIG hosted a series of 3 presentations focused on SLA early in 2010 (authored by FMT and Oracle’s Rob Zwiebach). which are very welcome but like all change.com/technology/documentation/index. Refer to the Chair of the GL-SIG for availability of the slides. and Transitioning from Account Generators to the R12 Subledger Accounting Engine (Collab 09) Melanie Cameron’s whitepaper for the OracleContractor’s network R12 SubLedger Accounting. It provides some major improvements. Metalink also has many helpful notes (Knowledge path: Oracle E-Business Suite > Financial Management > Financials Common Applications > Subledger Accounting). Refer also to: . • • • • As far as possible this paper has attempted to highlight the contribution from each of these rather than to cover the same material again.oracle.1 . What It Is.html).Note 985539. R12. this is an excellent in depth paper which will be of most interest to other consultants as it focuses 22 on configuration . 2 1 In fact (according to http://www. We hope this paper helps you with that. available from Oracle’s web-site (http://www. About the Presenters Jeannie Dobney is an independent consultant with over a decade’s experience with the Oracle eBusiness Suite.com.Conclusion Sub-Ledger accounting is a major architectural change introduced by Oracle in R12. Alyssa can be contacted by email at ajohnson@solutionbeacon. Notes Refer to the section of this paper listing Key Reference material as well as these end-notes which acknowledge other material this paper references directly.com/release12/subledger-accounting/sub-ledger-accountingtechnical-perspective/) there are more than 2. You can download this and other papers she has written from her web-site: www.count(*) from dba_objects COLLABORATE 10 — OAUG Forum SLA Deep Dive © Jeannie Dobney & Alyssa Johnson as at 7-Apr-10 Page 11 .1 but at a much more detailed / lower level) .Note 793634. We recommend downloading the most recent version as this manual appears to have been improved as R12 has matured.com Alyssa Johnson is a solution architect from Solution Beacon. Key References At the time of writing this paper.R12 SLA: Subledger Accounting Reference Articles (similar to Note 396829.Note 961285. How It Works (April 2008).Important information on upgrading accounting detail .

org/member/DiscreteSIG_Jun09_Costing_SLA.com 7 6 COLLABORATE 10 — OAUG Forum SLA Deep Dive © Jeannie Dobney & Alyssa Johnson as at 7-Apr-10 Page 12 . The process can then be re-run it in Final mode to process the subledger accounting. Sanjit Anand’s blog (link above) also includes a helpful diagram of the basic SLA tables and how the Create Accounting process works.and Herve Yu’s SLA presentation may also be helpful. Summary or No Report The Subledger Accounting Program Report generated at the conclusion of the Create Accounting process. Select Yes to identify only those transactions that have resulted in errors Possible values are Detail. it creates a GL journal from the accounting entries Selecting Yes will post the journal created by the previous step This field allows you to name your GL journal batch.com/resources. Controls whether the report displays user identifiers' names and values. lists the following: . Metalink Note 985539.html .where object_namelike '%XLA%' group by object_type. the last day of the current month. Detail mode provides details of subledger journal entries generated from the processing of completed events and a detailed error report. Refer also pp.e.Successful events and the subledger journal entries created for those events .Errors for failed events Summary mode provides a summary of events processed and detailed information about their errors.1 Oracle Leasing and Finance Management SLA Guide 5 4 Create Accounting parameters are as follows (they vary slightly by sub-ledger): Parameter Ledger / Book etc Process Category End Date Accounting Mode Description Select the Ledger.1: R12 SLA: Subledger Accounting Reference Articles also has a section listing Metalink notes specifically related to Cost Management. identifiers See FMT & Rob Zwiebach’s Introduction to SLA for the GL SIG January 27.volzconsulting. Asset Book etc for which you are posting.g. If required run the process in Draft mode simply to validate the accounting outcomes. Defaults to No but may be worth changing the default to Yes as this may make linking of the journals back to the source user easier. Enter the final date though which you wish to process transactions e. one could argue that the Cost Management SLA responsibility disproves this… If you are interested in accounting generated from Inventory and Receiving transactions (i. 2010. just invoices from Payables or just Asset Additions from FA.32 ff of Melanie Cameron’s SLA paper for a detailed discussion of summarisation options. Errors only Report Transfer to GL Post in GL GL Batch Name Include User Trans.pdf. 2010. A good starting place would be Doug Volz’ website: http://www. available on request from www. by Cost Management). it can be found at http://discretesig.11 of Metalink Note 793634. there are some excellent resources specifically for this.g. For those seeking a more sophisticated understanding.oraclecontractors. we would recommend the diagram (and related text) on p.oaug. You can focus the process on just one process category if you wish e. and slide 17 ff of FMT & Rob Zwiebach’s Introduction to SLA for the GL SIG January 20. This parameter is only available in Final mode. R12 SubLedger Accounting by Melanie Cameron. 3 Whilst strictly speaking there is no separate responsibility to access SLA.

volzconsulting.pdf) Metalink Note 578313.1 . 10 11 12 9 8 Refer Metalink Note 986783.com/resources.R12 : Initial Steps to Troubleshoot Accounts Payable Trial Balance and General Ledger Reconciliation Issues.oraclecontractors.1 The Business Benefits of Oracle Subledger Accounting From FMT & Rob Zwiebach’s Introduction to SLA for the GL SIG January 27. 2010 Paper available from Doug Volz’ website: http://www. 2010 (pp.1 .pmsc-llc. 2010 This simplified listing is from FMT & Rob Zwiebach’s Introduction to SLA for the GL SIG Feb 3. available on request from www. 40 ff). 31 ff from FMT & Rob Zwiebach’s Introduction to SLA for the GL SIG January 20. Refer to slides 49 ff of FMT & Rob Zwiebach’s Introduction to SLA for the GL SIG Feb 3. 2010 (pp.1 . 2010 and to Metalink Note 414094.org/member/DiscreteSIG_Jun09_Costing_SLA.com COLLABORATE 10 — OAUG Forum SLA Deep Dive © Jeannie Dobney & Alyssa Johnson as at 7-Apr-10 Page 13 .pdf.2010 Presentation If you are interested in manual SLA journals refer also to the blog entry on this topic at http://www.From Edward Charity’s OAUG conference paper From AutoAccounting/Account Generator to Subledger Accounting in Oracle Projects (cf www.com/ 19 18 17 Further information on the API can be found in the Financial Services Accounting Hub Implementation Guide (you don’t have to have licensed this product to use this pkg).oaug.com/sitebuildercontent/sitebuilderfiles/echarityoaug08. 13 14 15 16 P.alternatively the example can also be found in Herve Yu’s SLA presentation that can be found at http://discretesig. it’s a great starting point for understanding and / or customising it. 2010 and slide 12 ff from Feb 3. 2010 From FMT & Rob Zwiebach’s Introduction to SLA for the GL SIG January 27.White Paper – Subledger Accounting Setup for Oracle Assets provides an excellent overview of default SLA configuration for Assets.html . Reference Chapter 12: Manual Subledger Journal Entries API For example Note 758531. Slide 51 ff of FMT & Rob Zwiebach’s Introduction to SLA for the GL SIG January 27.oraclebusinessapps.Diagnostic Framework Overview for Subledger Accounting 22 21 20 R12 SubLedger Accounting byMelanie Cameron. 8 ff) Slide 21 ff in FMT & Rob Zwiebach’s Introduction to SLA for the GL SIG Feb 3.

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