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Module Overview

Receivables

Oracle Receivables provides four integrated workbenches that are used to perform most of day–to–day Accounts Receivable operations.

• Receipts Workbench is used to perform most of the receipt–related tasks •Transactions Workbench to process invoices, debit memos, credit memos, on–account credits, chargeback, and adjustments. • The Collections Workbench lets you review customer accounts and perform collection activities such as recording customer calls and printing dunning letters. • The Bills Receiv able Workbench lets you create, update, remit, and manage your bills receivable. Each workbench lets you find critical information in a flexible way, see the results in your defined format, and selectively take appropriate action.

Basic Functions of the module:
• Create Masters- Customers, Banks etc • Create Invoices / debit notes etc for Customers

• Import Invoices from Order Management

• Receipt

• Generate Reports / Run Programs

• Transfer to GL and Reconcile

Concepts :
Transactions: These include invoices, debit memos, credit memos, deposits, Send guarantees and chargeback feedback entered with a GL date that is between the beginning and ending GL dates. The
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transactions are displayed in the Transaction Register in the Functional Currency column. Invoice: A document that you create in Receivables that lists amounts owed for the purchases of goods or services. This document also lists any tax, freight charges, and payment terms.

Debit Memos : Debits that you assign to a customer to collect additional charges. For example, you may want to charge a customer for unearned discounts taken, additional freight charges, taxes, or finance charges. Credit memos : a document that partially or fully reverses an original invoice. You can create credit memos in the Receivables Credit Transactions window or with Auto Invoice. Deposit : A type of commitment whereby a customer agrees to deposit or prepay a sum of money for the future purchase of goods and services. Guarantee: A contractual obligation to purchase a specified amount of goods or services over a predefined period of time.

Charge Back: A new debit item that you assign to your customer when closing an existing, outstanding debit item. It is created only in Receipt Workbench.
 

Receipt : A document that you create in Receivables that shows the amount collected from the customers for the purchases of goods or services. You can enter receipts manually, import them using AutoLockbox, or create them automatically. You can also use this workbench to clear or risk eliminate factored receipts, remit automatic receipts, create chargebacks and adjustments, and submit Post QuickCash to automatically update your customer's account balance. Payment terms: Payment Terms specify the dates by which the customer is supposed to make the payments for the invoices raised for him. A payment term is attached to the customer’s profile class. This is in turn defaults to the customer level. At the time of raising invoices for the customer, the ayment terms attached to the customer defaults to the transaction level. Transfer to GL:The process of transferring accounting entries from Oracle subledger applications to the GL_INTERFACE table in General Ledger. When entries are transferred from the subledgers, the subledger system marks the entries in the subledger tables as
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posted, even though they have not been posted in General Ledger. Entries modify General Ledger balances only when Journal Import is run and the subsequent entries are posted. Accounting Rules: Rules that you can use for imported and manually entered transactions to specify revenue recognition schedules. You can define an accounting rule in which revenue is recognized over a fixed or variable period of time. For example, you can define a fixed duration accounting rule with monthly revenue recognition for a period of 12 months. Auto Accounting: In Oracle Receivables, a feature that lets you determine how the Accounting Flexfields for your revenue, receivable, freight, tax, unbilled receivable and unearned revenue account types are created. Invoicing Rules: Rules that Receivables uses to determine when you will bill your customer and the accounting period in which the receivable amount is recorded. You can bill In Advance or In Arrears. Cross Currency Receipt: A receipt that is applied to a transaction denominated in a currency different than that of the receipt. Cross currency receipt applications usually generate a foreign exchange gain or loss due to fluctuating exchange rates between currencies.   Application Rule Set: Application Rule Sets determine the steps Receivables uses to apply partial payments and credit memos to your customer's open debit items, and how discounts affect the open balance for each type of associated charges. Auto Cash Rule Set : A feature that determines the order of the Auto Cash Rules that the Post Quick Cash program will use when automatically applying receipts to a customer's open items. You can choose to include discounts, finance charges, and items in dispute when calculating your customer's open balance. Automatic receipt: Automatic receipt feature is used to automatically generate receipts for customers with whom you have predefined agreements. These agreements let you transfer funds from the customer's bank account to yours on the receipt maturity date. Receivable Activity: You use receivables activities during the setup process to create accounting distributions for cash and miscellaneous receipt payments, receivables adjustments, discounts, receivables accounts, and finance charges. Bill of exchange: In Oracle Receivables, an agreement made with your customer in which they promise to pay a specified amount on a specific date (called the maturity date) for goods or services. This process involves the transfer of funds from your customer's bank account to your bank account.
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Collectors:
Collector is the person who is responsible for collection. The Collectors will be assigned to a profile class or to a customer's credit profile class. When you assign a collector to a profile class, that collector becomes the collector for all customers assigned that profile class. You can modify collector assignments for your customers in the Customers window and for your profile classes in the Customer Profile Classes window

Sales Person:
A person who is responsible for the sale of products or services. Salespeople are associated with orders, returns, invoices, commitments, and customers. You can also assign sales credits to your salespeople Transaction Types:

• Transaction types are referred to as the classes of transactions like Invoice, Credit memo etc. • For each transaction type accounting information may be provided. • If we require an invoice for the customer, the invoice transaction type should be attached to the transaction.

Transaction Source: Transaction Source is required for Transactions as it is used for numbering of the transactions.

Collection w orkbench Ov erv iew

Collections Workbench window is used to view information about your customers' transactions and account balances in a variety of ways.

This is also used to place a customer account on credit hold, place items in dispute, view the dunning history for a transaction, and correspond with customers by recording customer calls.

The follow ing can be v iew ed through Collection Workbench:

Customer Calls

Customer Accounts

Aging

Correspondence with the Customer

Transaction overview

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statement cycles.in 5/87 .(Due Date) = Days Past Due r1211i. Receivables calculates and displays the total outstanding amount and the credits not aged for unapplied cash. You can also define amount limits for your finance charges. never received the goods or services that were ordered. AGING: Receivables lets you view your customer's outstanding account balances by aging bucket.blogspot. You can also use the Customer Calls window to place amounts in dispute and review previous calls made to your customers. you can define an aging bucket that includes all debit items that are 1 to 30 days past due. You can modify your display by specifying an aging bucket or by choosing to age or summarize open credits. For each profile class you can define information such as credit limits. payment terms. and statements for each currency in which you do business. Aging buckets are time periods in which you age and can review your debit items.   Receivables select a transaction for aging if its GL date is before or the same as the current date. the Customer Calls window can be used to record the results of your conversation.6/3/13 R12 ORACLE APPS Customer Calls: Whenever a customer is contacted for his past due. Customer Profile Class: • Use Customer Profiles to group customer accounts with similar credit worthiness. By speaking with a customer you may learn that they were incorrectly billed. invoicing. business volume. Once selected for aging. When you view your customer balances by aging bucket. you create a record of the contact and can recommend any further collection action. Receivables uses the following formula to determine the number of days past due for each transaction:   (Current Date) . and discount information. on-account cash. dunning. onaccount credits. or have already sent payment for the invoice in question. and cash claims. For example. and payment cycles. By entering details about your conversation.

blogspot. Corporate: An exchange rate you define to standardize rates for your company. List Oracle Receivables regularly used reports: 1Transaction Register 2. or you can define additional conversion rate types. When you have a User rate type.   The follow ing are the predefined conv ersion rate types: Spot: An exchange rate which you enter to perform conversion based on the rate on a specific date. It applies to the immediate delivery of a currency. This rate is generally a standard market rate determined by senior financial management for use throughout the organization. enter daily rates using that rate type. After defining a conversion rate type. User: An exchange rate you specify when you enter a foreign currency journal entry. You can use these predefined rate types to enter exchange rates.Dunning Letter 7Incomplete invoices report 8Past Due Invoice Report 9.in 6/87 .Collections by Collectors Report 6.Receipt Register 4AR Reconciliation Report 5. and conversion date you enter.Applied and Unapplied Receipts Journal 10Receivables Transfer to General Ledger 11Supplier / Customer Netting Report   A Parameters r1211i.6/3/13 R12 ORACLE APPS Currency Rate Type: Conversion rate types are used to automatically assign a rate when you convert foreign currency journal amounts to functional currency equivalents. When you enter a foreign currency journal.Aging 4 buckets and 7 buckets Report 3. rate type (unless you are using the User rate type). you enter the rate directly when you enter a foreign currency journal. General Ledger automatically displays the predefined exchange rate based on the currency.

the Parameters window closes. The report uses the following formula to help you reconcile any outstanding receivable amounts: Totals for Period – End of Period Balance = Difference r1211i. debit memos.in 7/87 . Receivables also give you the option to see on–account credits. • To view the Report output. and your parameter values will be displayed in the Parameters field. and account balances for the period you specify to simplify the internal reconciliation process. and chargebacks. and on–account and unapplied cash amounts. • Choose the Options Button to specify the numbers of copies you want to print and the printer from which you want to print your report. These reports can print both detail and summary information about your customer’s current and past due invoices. AR Reconciliation Report This report is used to reconcile your accounts receivable activities. Receipt Register Use this report to review a list of receipts for the range of dates. receipt.6/3/13 R12 ORACLE APPS window automatically appears if you select a request that requires parameter values. This report summarizes all customer. Transaction Register Use the Transaction Register to check that all postable items are reflected on your Sales Journal. transaction. Navigate to the Requests window by choosing View from the Menu Bar and then View Requests. • Use the LOV to display a list of valid values for a special parameter • Once you enter the values in the required parameter fields and choose OK. or document numbers that you specify.blogspot. Aging 4 bucket & 7 Bucket Reports Use Aging reports to review information about your open items (the Aging – 7 Buckets by Account report is shown). receipt numbers. • Press Submit Button to submit a concurrent process to run the Report.

credit memos. You can include transactions for all currencies in which a customer does business or for only one currency. Use the Transactions window to complete your invoice or debit memo once you have updated them. Receivables automatically sorts your information by collector and prints a line for each payment received within the cash collection date range that you specify.6/3/13 R12 ORACLE APPS The AR Reconciliation report collects information from the following: • Adjustment Register • Aging (beginning and ending balances) • Applied Receipts Register • Gain/Loss • Invoice Exception Report • Rounding account • Transaction Register • Unapplied Receipts Register Collections by Collectors Report Use this report to review payment applications that each collector helped to collect. the report lists the total r1211i. chargebacks. individual transaction information. Customer Open Balance Letter This report is used to periodically inform your customers of open balances or for your own internal auditing purposes.in 8/87 . If you include multiple currencies. and on–account credits. debit memos. This letter contains an introductory paragraph. credit memos. For credit memos and on–account credits. and guarantees. use the Credit Transactions window.blogspot. Incomplete invoices do not update your open receivables balance nor do they display on your agings. debit memos. deposits. Incomplete invoices report This report is used to review all of your incomplete invoices. Past due Invoice Report Use this report to view information about your customer’s past due invoices. and the outstanding balance due for a customer site as of a specific date. You can also use this report to see which debit items are fully paid to determine how effective your collectors are at collecting customer payments.

Receivables includes invoices. When calculating a customer’s open balance. credit memos. on–account credits. debit memos. Required / Optional Particulars 1 Required Define Sets of Books 2 Required Decide How to Use the Account Generator 3 Optional Define Transaction Flexfield Structure 4 Optional Define Descriptive Flexfields 5 Required Define Organizations 6 Define Sales Tax Required Location Flexfield Structure 7 Optional Define AutoCash Rule Sets 8 Optional Define Receivables Lookups 9 Optional Define Demand Class Lookups 10 Optional Define Invoice Line Ordering Rules 11 Optional Define Grouping Rules 12 Optional Define Application Rule Sets: r1211i. discounts.6/3/13 R12 ORACLE APPS balance in each currency separately.in 9/87 . Receivables uses the following formula to calculate the balance due: Sum of Open Inv oices – On–Account Credits – On–Account Receipts – Unapplied Receipts = Open Balance Step No.blogspot. payments. and unapplied receipts. bank charges.

in .blogspot.6/3/13 R12 ORACLE APPS 13 Required Define System Options 14 Optional Define Flexible Address Formats 15 Optional Maintain Countries and Territories 16 Required Define Payment Terms 17 Optional Assign Reporting Set of Books: 18 Optional Define Accounting Rules: 19 Required Open or Close Accounting Periods 20 Required Define AutoAccounting 21 Optional Set Up Cash Basis Accounting Method 22 Required Define Transaction Types 23 Required Define Transaction Sources 24 Required Define Collectors: 25 Required Define Approval Limits 26 Required Define Remittance Banks 27 Optional Distribution Sets 28 Required Define Receivables Activities 29 Optional Define Receipt Programs: 30 Required Define Receipt Classes 10/87 r1211i.

in .blogspot.6/3/13 R12 ORACLE APPS 31 Required Define Payment Methods: 32 Required Define Receipt Sources 33 Optional Define Aging Buckets: 34 Optional Define Statement Cycles 35 Optional Define Standard Messages: 36 Optional Define Dunning Letters 37 Optional Define Dunning Letter Sets 38 Optional Define Territories: 39 Required Define Salespersons 40 Required Define System Profile Options 41 Required Define Customer Profile Classes 42 Required Define Customers: 43 Optional Define Remit–To Addresses 44 Optional Define Customer Relationships 45 Optional Define Lockboxes: 46 Optional Define Transmission Formats 47 Optional Define Unit of Measure Classes 48 Optional Define Units of Measure 11/87 r1211i.

blogspot. Receivables changes the status of the next period to 'Open. place the cursor in the Status field next to that period. Save your work. Receivable Masters r1211i. Receivables lets you open future accounting periods while your current period is still open. 3. To update the status of an accounting period. Receivables also lets you reopen previously closed accounting periods and enter receivables activities without transferring transactions to the general ledger when you set your accounting periods to 'Future .' 4. Navigate to the Open/Close Accounting Periods window.6/3/13 R12 ORACLE APPS 49 Optional Define Standard Memo Lines 50 Optional Set Up Cross Currency Receipts 51 Required Set Up Tax 52 Optional Set Up Tax Vendor Extension 53 Optional Set Up Document Sequences   Opening Accounting Periods Accounting Periods should be open to control the recording of accounting information for these Periods.in 12/87 . then enter a new status. N Control Accounting Periods Open / Close Periods: 2.'   To Open an accounting Period: 1. choose Open Next Period. To open the next accounting period after the Latest Open Period.

You must perform this search before entering any information about either a new or an existing customer. This is in turn defaults to the customer level. either Organization or Person.in 13/87 . Bank. • When you enter a new customer. Masters are treated as one time setups and are not the daily activities.6/3/13 R12 ORACLE APPS In Receivable Masters include defining Customers. you first select the customer type. 2.blogspot. or Address.   Prerequisites o Payment Terms o Collectors o Sales Person o Customer Profile Class   Payment Terms: Payment Terms specify the dates by which the customer is supposed to make the payments for the invoices raised for him. Simple. Navigate to the Payment Terms window (Oracle Receivables) N Setup Transaction Payment Terms 3. • When you enter customer information your existing customer records are searched to locate any matching customer names or addresses. the payment terms attached to the customer defaults to the transaction level. The search ensures that you will not enter a duplicate customer. or modify existing customers. You can then either add a new customer to your records. A payment term is attached to the customer’s profile class. At the time of raising invoices for the customer. • You then choose a search procedure: Advanced. or modify the existing customer record. The Payment Term screen will open r1211i. Create New Customers • In Oracle Receivables the Customer Type attribute identifies the customer as either an organization or an individual person. Tax Codes ….

freight. Prepayment : This should be used for raising Receipts through ‘Sales Order’. Accounting Flexfield (Forms) : The accounting flexfield includes Revenue. Geo Override and Inside City Limits : The Geo Override value associates the salesperson with a unique tax jurisdiction. that collector becomes the collector for all customers assigned that profile class. and Receivable Accounts. and receivable accounts r1211i. • Enter the number of days assigned to this payment term. The following table describes the available functions in the Receivables tab fields: Field Descriptions for the Receiv ables tab in the Resource Window Date Active : Enter the range of dates that this salesperson is to be active. Navigate to the Collector window N appear Setup Collections Collector: 2. the Date Active (end date) is optional. commitments. Receivables can use this information. returns. You can also assign sales credits to your salespeople. Save the record and click discounts. the customer is eligible for availing discounts on partial payments. Salespeople are associated with orders. invoices. this salesperson is active indefinitely. if applicable: a. along with your Auto Accounting rules. b. Date Active (start date) is a required field.6/3/13 R12 ORACLE APPS • Enter the name and description of the payment terms. You can modify collector assignments for your customers in the Customers window and for your profile classes in the Customer Profile Classes window To define a Collector : 1. The collection screen will Sales Person : A person who is responsible for the sale of products or services. If you do not enter an end date. Freight.blogspot. and customers. The Collectors will be assigned to a profile class or to a customer's credit profile class. Collectors: Collector is the person who is responsible for collection. to determine the revenue. Credit Check : Order Management will check the Credit Limits assigned to the customer before accepting an order from the customer. c. Some of the required functions for defining a resource as a salesperson are performed in the Receivables tab of the Resource window. Allow Discount on Partial payments : If this option is checked. When you assign a collector to a profile class. Both fields are available only if you have installed a sales tax vendor of type Tax ware Sales. Resource window is used for defining the name of the salesperson in Oracle Receivables. • Enable the following boxes.in 14/87 .

You can simultaneously end date a resource's roles. you must enter a valid value for the Salesperson Number. d. (Optional) Assign a territory to this resource. (Optional) Enter more information in the other tabs to further specify the resource. (Optional) Enter the Accounting Flexfield for your Revenue. Select the Receivables tab and perform the following: a. Enter the name of the sales person in the Name field. The Start Date defaults as the current date.6/3/13 R12 ORACLE APPS for invoices that you assign to this salesperson. h. Enter the range of dates that this resource is to be active. g. this territory is active for this salesperson infinitely. Choose File > Sav e to save your work. Check the Activ e for Receiv ables check box to indicate that this resource is an active salesperson for use in Oracle Receivables. Freight.. team member roles. Territory Flexfield (Forms) : If you want to assign a territory to this salesperson. and Receivable Accounts. then enter the range of dates that this territory is to be assigned to this salesperson. r1211i. Select either To be hired or General for the Category.blogspot. 1. e. Enter a quota Sales Credit Type. c. 7. 8. Oracle Order Management uses this information determine if the to sales credit for an order is a quota amount. (Optional) Enter the resource's Email address. Enter a Start Date. 5. b. (Optional) Enter a Geo Override value for the resource. then enter the range of dates that this territory is to be assigned to this salesperson. 6. and sales person records. 4. Navigate to Sales Person window N Setup Transactions Sales Persons 3. If you do not enter an End Date. but you can change it. To create a salesperson. (Optional) If you assigned a territory to this resource. group member roles.in 15/87 . or non-quota 10. This value associates the resource with a unique tax jurisdiction. f.   Perform the follow ing steps to create a salesperson.

as shown below: 3. The Customers . and payment cycles.   Creation of New Customer To define a customer Navigate to the Customer window Oracle Receivables N Customer Standard 2. 7. invoicing. statement cycles. To define a Customer Profile Class: 1. For example: 5.6/3/13 R12 ORACLE APPS Customer Profile Class: • Use Customer Profiles to group customer accounts with similar credit worthiness. 6. and Credit Limit. r1211i. and you are not using Automatic Customer Numbering. You can also define amount limits for your finance charges. and statements for each currency in which you do business. payment terms. information about the organization or person will be displayed as shown below: 4. 3. Minimum Dunning Amount. If the customer does not yet have a customer number. then enter default credit information for customers and accounts assigned to this profile class. business volume. If you are entering information about a new customer and the search does not produce a match. 4. If the new customer is part of an existing organization or person. dunning.Navigate to the Customer Profile Classes window Oracle Receivables N Customer Profile Classes 2. Enter a Name and a brief description of this profile class. and discount information. Open the Profile Class Amounts tabbed region. define the currency rates and limits for customers using this profile class. Open the Credit Profile tabbed region.in 16/87 . including Minimum Invoice Balance for Finance Charges.blogspot. For each profile class you can define information such as credit limits. then enter the Currency in which customers assigned to this profile class will do business. For each currency that you enter. Check the Active check box to make this profile class active. Choose the New button. you will be prompted to proceed with entering new information. Save your work.Standard window is displayed. Enter other profile class information.

the following screen will appear. Each bank branch can have multiple bank accounts. Enter the Customer Address. and each bank account you define can be associated with Payables payment documents and/or Receivables payment methods. Enter Characteristics information for this customer site 10. "Main Disbursement . branch number. 8.in 17/87 . Enter Customer Contacts for this address. Select Internal Account User I. Go to Profile Transaction Tab and attach the Profile class as shown below: 12. Assign Business Purpose to this customer by selecting Bill To and Ship To under "Usage Tab" as shown below: Bill To: Invoices will be sent to this address. bank number. and County. Click open. Nav igate to Bank Window Oracle Receiv ables N Setup B Receipt Bank . Save your work Bank Details : Use the Banks window to enter bank information for bank branches with which you do business. enter all basic bank information: bank name. 9. 6. The bill-to address can be different from this customer account's ship-to address. D. Ship To: Goods or services to this address." C .6/3/13 R12 ORACLE APPS enter a unique customer number.. Select Bank as the Institution.USD. In the Banks window. branch name. 11. and address. such as City. Save your work. F. H. Enter the bank account name & bank account number. E. enter a r1211i.blogspot. The ship-to address can be different from this customer account's bill-to address. 7. Use a bank account name that indicates its usage. Postal Code. In the GL Accounts region. The following screen will appear G. for example. 5. Optionally enter names and information for your bank contacts in the Contact region. Enter additional address information for this customer. To enter a basic bank A. State. Choose the Bank accounts button.

remit. optionally enter Receipt and Discount GL Account inform Module Overview Oracle Receivables provides four integrated workbenches that are used to perform most of day–to–day Accounts Receivable operations. Factored Receipts. Each workbench lets you find critical information in a flexible way. see the results in your defined format. and selectively take appropriate action. In the More Receivables Options region. Banks etc • Create Invoices / debit notes etc for Customers • Import Invoices from Order Management • Receipt • Generate Reports / Run Programs • Transfer to GL and Reconcile Concepts : Transactions: These include invoices. In the Receivables Options region. The transactions are displayed in the Transaction Register in the Functional Currency column.blogspot. freight charges. K. • The Collections Workbench lets you review customer accounts and perform collection activities such as recording customer calls and printing dunning letters. on–account credits. J. update. and manage your bills receivable. This document also lists any tax. Basic Functions of the module: • Create MastersCustomers.in 18/87 . and r1211i. chargeback. credit memos. • The Bills Receivable Workbench lets you create. guarantees and chargeback entered with a GL date that is between the beginning and ending GL dates. Invoice: A document that you create in Receivables that lists amounts owed for the purchases of goods or services.6/3/13 R12 ORACLE APPS Cash Account and other relevant accounts as shown above. deposits. enter GL Account information for Remitted Receipts. and adjustments. debit memos. credit memos. and Short Term Debt. • Receipts Workbench is used to perform most of the receipt–related tasks • Transactions Workbench to process invoices. debit memos.

the ayment terms attached to the customer defaults to the transaction level. For example. and submit Post QuickCash to automatically update your customer's account balance.in 19/87 . you may want to charge a customer for unearned discounts taken.6/3/13 R12 ORACLE APPS payment terms. Guarantee: A contractual obligation to purchase a specified amount of goods or services over a predefined period of time. Transfer to GL The process of transferring accounting entries from Oracle subledger applications to the GL_INTERFACE table in General Ledger. taxes. the subledger system marks the entries in the subledger tables as posted. Debit Memos : Debits that you assign to a customer to collect additional charges.   Receipt : A document that you create in Receivables that shows the amount collected from the customers for the purchases of goods or services. even though they have not been posted in General Ledger. You can create credit memos in the Receivables Credit Transactions window or with Auto Invoice.blogspot. Deposit : A type of commitment whereby a customer agrees to deposit or prepay a sum of money for the future purchase of goods and services. or finance charges. It is created only in Receipt Workbench. Payment terms: Payment Terms specify the dates by which the customer is supposed to make the payments for the invoices raised for him. This is in turn defaults to the customer level. Charge Back: A new debit item that you assign to your customer when closing an existing. A payment term is attached to the customer’s profile class. outstanding debit item. At the time of raising invoices for the customer. or create them automatically. You can enter receipts manually. create chargebacks and adjustments. When entries are transferred from the subledgers. You can also use this workbench to clear or risk eliminate factored receipts. additional freight charges. r1211i. remit automatic receipts. import them using AutoLockbox. Entries modify General Ledger balances only when Journal Import is run and the subsequent entries are posted. Credit memos : a document that partially or fully reverses an original invoice.

unbilled receivable and unearned revenue account types are created. Automatic receipt : Automatic receipt feature is used to automatically generate receipts for customers with whom you have predefined agreements. freight. a feature that lets you determine how the Accounting Flexfields for your revenue. Auto Cash Rule Set : A feature that determines the order of the Auto Cash Rules that the Post Quick Cash program will use when automatically applying receipts to a customer's open items. r1211i. Cross currency receipt applications usually generate a foreign exchange gain or loss due to fluctuating exchange rates between currencies. You can define an accounting rule in which revenue is recognized over a fixed or variable period of time.6/3/13 R12 ORACLE APPS Accounting Rules: Rules that you can use for imported and manually entered transactions to specify revenue recognition schedules. Auto Accounting : In Oracle Receivables. These agreements let you transfer funds from the customer's bank account to yours on the receipt maturity date. you can define a fixed duration accounting rule with monthly revenue recognition for a period of 12 months. You can choose to include discounts. and how discounts affect the open balance for each type of associated charges. receivable. Cross Currency Receipt : A receipt that is applied to a transaction denominated in a currency different than that of the receipt. tax. and items in dispute when calculating your customer's open balance. finance charges.blogspot.in 20/87 . Invoicing Rules: Rules that Receivables uses to determine when you will bill your customer and the accounting period in which the receivable amount is recorded. You can bill In Advance or In Arrears. For example.   Application Rule Set: Application Rule Sets determine the steps Receivables uses to apply partial payments and credit memos to your customer's open debit items.

Transaction Source: Transaction Source is required for Transactions as it is used for numbering of the transactions. and correspond with customers by recording customer calls. The Collectors will be assigned to a profile class or to a customer's credit profile class. that collector becomes the collector for all customers assigned that profile class.blogspot. receivables adjustments. returns. This process involves the transfer of funds from your customer's bank account to your bank account. and finance charges. You can modify collector assignments for your customers in the Customers window and for your profile classes in the Customer Profile Classes window Sales Person : A person who is responsible for the sale of products or services.in 21/87 . and customers. You can also assign sales credits to your salespeople Transaction Types: • Transaction types are referred to as the classes of transactions like Invoice. Bill of exchange: In Oracle Receivables. receivables accounts. Collection w orkbench Ov erv iew Collections Workbench window is used to view information about your customers' transactions and account balances in a variety of ways.6/3/13 R12 ORACLE APPS Receivable Activity: You use receivables activities during the setup process to create accounting distributions for cash and miscellaneous receipt payments. an agreement made with your customer in which they promise to pay a specified amount on a specific date (called the maturity date) for goods or services. Credit memo etc. invoices. commitments. When you assign a collector to a profile class. This is also used to place a customer account on credit hold. place items in dispute. • For each transaction type accounting information may be provided. Salespeople are associated with orders. the invoice transaction type should be attached to the transaction. Collectors: Collector is the person who is responsible for collection. discounts. The follow ing can be v iew ed through Collection Workbench: r1211i. view the dunning history for a transaction. • If we require an invoice for the customer.

6/3/13 R12 ORACLE APPS Customer Calls Customer Accounts Aging Correspondence with the Customer Transaction overview Customer Calls: Whenever a customer is contacted for his past due.blogspot. the Customer Calls window can be used to record the results of your conversation. For each profile class you can define information such as credit limits. and cash claims. Receivables uses the following formula to determine the number of days past due for each transaction:   r1211i. and discount information. or have already sent payment for the invoice in question. You can also define amount limits for your finance charges. never received the goods or services that were ordered. Aging buckets are time periods in which you age and can review your debit items. Once selected for aging. By speaking with a customer you may learn that they were incorrectly billed.in 22/87 . you create a record of the contact and can recommend any further collection action. You can also use the Customer Calls window to place amounts in dispute and review previous calls made to your customers. dunning. invoicing. When you view your customer balances by aging bucket. and statements for each currency in which you do business. By entering details about your conversation. onaccount credits. You can modify your display by specifying an aging bucket or by choosing to age or summarize open credits. Customer Profile Class: • Use Customer Profiles to group customer accounts with similar credit worthiness. Receivables calculates and displays the total outstanding amount and the credits not aged for unapplied cash. on-account cash. payment terms.   Receivables select a transaction for aging if its GL date is before or the same as the current date. For example. business volume. and payment cycles. statement cycles. you can define an aging bucket that includes all debit items that are 1 to 30 days past due. AGING: Receivables lets you view your customer's outstanding account balances by aging bucket.

User: An exchange rate you specify when you enter a foreign currency journal entry.blogspot.Aging 4 buckets and 7 buckets Report 3. you enter the rate directly when you enter a foreign currency journal.Collections by Collectors Report 6.Applied and Unapplied Receipts Journal 10Receivables Transfer to General Ledger 11Supplier / Customer Netting Report   A Parameters window r1211i. or you can define additional conversion rate types. Corporate: An exchange rate you define to standardize rates for your company. enter daily rates using that rate type.6/3/13 R12 ORACLE APPS (Current Date) . It applies to the immediate delivery of a currency. This rate is generally a standard market rate determined by senior financial management for use throughout the organization. and conversion date you enter. When you enter a foreign currency journal. After defining a conversion rate type.   The follow ing are the predefined conv ersion rate types: Spot: An exchange rate which you enter to perform conversion based on the rate on a specific date.(Due Date) = Days Past Due Currency Rate Type: Conversion rate types are used to automatically assign a rate when you convert foreign currency journal amounts to functional currency equivalents.in 23/87 . General Ledger automatically displays the predefined exchange rate based on the currency. rate type (unless you are using the User rate type).Receipt Register 4AR Reconciliation Report 5. List Oracle Receiv ables regularly used reports: 1Transaction Register 2. When you have a User rate type. You can use these predefined rate types to enter exchange rates.Dunning Letter 7Incomplete invoices report 8Past Due Invoice Report 9.

• Press Submit Button to submit a concurrent process to run the Report. This report summarizes all customer. • Choose the Options Button to specify the numbers of copies you want to print and the printer from which you want to print your report. Receipt Register Use this report to review a list of receipts for the range of dates. • To view the Report output. The report uses the following formula to help you reconcile any outstanding receivable amounts: Totals for Period – End of Period Balance = Difference r1211i.6/3/13 R12 ORACLE APPS automatically appears if you select a request that requires parameter values. Navigate to the Requests window by choosing View from the Menu Bar and then View Requests. and on–account and unapplied cash amounts. or document numbers that you specify. debit memos. AR Reconciliation Report This report is used to reconcile your accounts receivable activities. transaction. the Parameters window closes. and account balances for the period you specify to simplify the internal reconciliation process. Receivables also give you the option to see on–account credits. These reports can print both detail and summary information about your customer’s current and past due invoices. Aging 4 bucket & 7 Bucket Reports Use Aging reports to review information about your open items (the Aging – 7 Buckets by Account report is shown).blogspot. and chargebacks. receipt numbers. • Use the LOV to display a list of valid values for a special parameter • Once you enter the values in the required parameter fields and choose OK.in 24/87 . and your parameter values will be displayed in the Parameters field. Transaction Register Use the Transaction Register to check that all postable items are reflected on your Sales Journal. receipt.

You can include transactions for all currencies in which a customer does business or for only one currency. deposits. individual transaction information. For credit memos and on–account credits. Incomplete invoices do not update your open receivables balance nor do they display on your agings.6/3/13 R12 ORACLE APPS The AR Reconciliation report collects information from the following: • Adjustment Register • Aging (beginning and ending balances) • Applied Receipts Register • Gain/Loss • Invoice Exception Report • Rounding account • Transaction Register • Unapplied Receipts Register Collections by Collectors Report Use this report to review payment applications that each collector helped to collect. debit memos.in 25/87 . You can also use this report to see which debit items are fully paid to determine how effective your collectors are at collecting customer payments.blogspot. and on–account credits. debit memos. and the outstanding balance due for a customer site as of a specific date. credit memos. the report lists the total balance in each currency separately. If you include multiple currencies. and guarantees. Receivables includes r1211i. Past due Invoice Report Use this report to view information about your customer’s past due invoices. Receivables automatically sorts your information by collector and prints a line for each payment received within the cash collection date range that you specify. credit memos. use the Credit Transactions window. chargebacks. Customer Open Balance Letter This report is used to periodically inform your customers of open balances or for your own internal auditing purposes. Use the Transactions window to complete your invoice or debit memo once you have updated them. When calculating a customer’s open balance. Incomplete invoices report This report is used to review all of your incomplete invoices. This letter contains an introductory paragraph.

Receivables uses the following formula to calculate the balance due: Sum of Open Inv oices – On–Account Credits – On–Account Receipts – Unapplied Receipts = Open Balance Step No. Required / Optional Particulars 1 Required Define Sets of Books 2 Required Decide How to Use the Account Generator Define Transaction Flexfield Structure Define Descriptive Flexfields 3 Optional 4 Optional 5 Required Define Organizations 6 Required Define Sales Tax Location Flexfield Structure Define AutoCash Rule Sets Define Receivables Lookups Define Demand Class Lookups Define Invoice Line Ordering Rules 7 Optional 8 Optional 9 Optional 10 Optional 11 Optional Define Grouping Rules 12 Optional Define Application Rule Sets: 13 Required Define System Options 14 Optional Define Flexible Address Formats Maintain Countries and Territories Define Payment Terms 26/87 15 Optional 16 r1211i. bank charges. discounts.blogspot. and unapplied receipts. on–account credits. payments. debit memos. credit memos.in Required .6/3/13 R12 ORACLE APPS invoices.

blogspot.in 27/87 .6/3/13 R12 ORACLE APPS 17 Optional Assign Reporting Set of Books: 18 Optional Define Accounting Rules: 19 Required Open or Close Accounting Periods 20 Required Define AutoAccounting 21 Optional Set Up Cash Basis Accounting Method 22 Required Define Transaction Types 23 Required Define Transaction Sources 24 Required Define Collectors: 25 Required Define Approval Limits 26 Required Define Remittance Banks 27 Optional Distribution Sets 28 Required Define Receivables Activities 29 Optional Define Receipt Programs: 30 Required Define Receipt Classes 31 Required Define Payment Methods: 32 Required Define Receipt Sources 33 Optional Define Aging Buckets: 34 Optional Define Statement Cycles 35 Optional Define Standard Messages: r1211i.

blogspot.in 28/87 .6/3/13 R12 ORACLE APPS 36 Optional Define Dunning Letters 37 Optional Define Dunning Letter Sets 38 Optional Define Territories: 39 Required Define Salespersons 40 Required Define System Profile Options 41 Required Define Customer Profile Classes 42 Required Define Customers: 43 Optional Define Remit–To Addresses 44 Optional Define Customer Relationships 45 Optional Define Lockboxes: 46 Optional Define Transmission Formats 47 Optional Define Unit of Measure Classes 48 Optional Define Units of Measure 49 Optional Define Standard Memo Lines 50 Optional Set Up Cross Currency Receipts 51 Required Set Up Tax 52 Optional Set Up Tax Vendor Extension 53 Optional Set Up Document Sequences   Opening Accounting Periods r1211i.

Simple. Receivables also lets you reopen previously closed accounting periods and enter receivables activities without transferring transactions to the general ledger when you set your accounting periods to 'Future .in 29/87 . Navigate to the Open/Close Accounting Periods window. You can then either add a new customer to your records. you first select the customer type.'   To Open an accounting Period: 1. You must perform this search before entering any information about either a new or an existing customer.' 4. N Control Accounting Periods Open / Close Periods: 2. Receivables lets you open future accounting periods while your current period is still open. 3. Save your work. • You then choose a search procedure: Advanced. or Address. either Organization or Person. place the cursor in the Status field next to that period. Tax Codes …. To update the status of an accounting period. then enter a new status. Create New Customers • In Oracle Receivables the Customer Type attribute identifies the customer as either an organization or an individual person. or modify existing customers. Receivable Masters In Receivable Masters include defining Customers.6/3/13 R12 ORACLE APPS Accounting Periods should be open to control the recording of accounting information for these Periods. Bank. The search ensures that you will not enter a duplicate customer. or modify the existing customer record. Receivables changes the status of the next period to 'Open. To open the next accounting period after the Latest Open Period. • When you enter customer information your existing customer records are searched to locate any matching customer names or addresses. • When you enter a new customer. choose Open Next Period.   Prerequisites o Payment Terms o Collectors o Sales Person o r1211i.blogspot. Masters are treated as one time setups and are not the daily activities.

6/3/13 R12 ORACLE APPS Customer Profile Class   Payment Terms: Payment Terms specify the dates by which the customer is supposed to make the payments for the invoices raised for him. Some of the required functions for defining a resource as a salesperson are performed in the r1211i. Navigate to the Payment Terms window (Oracle Receivables) N Setup Transaction Payment Terms 3. A payment term is attached to the customer’s profile class. When you assign a collector to a profile class. invoices. Allow Discount on Partial payments : If this option is checked. the payment terms attached to the customer defaults to the transaction level. Salespeople are associated with orders. b. Resource window is used for defining the name of the salesperson in Oracle Receivables. commitments. that collector becomes the collector for all customers assigned that profile class. At the time of raising invoices for the customer. Credit Check : Order Management will check the Credit Limits assigned to the customer before accepting an order from the customer. Navigate to the Collector window N appear Setup Collections Collector: 2.blogspot. You can also assign sales credits to your salespeople. • Enable the following boxes. • Enter the number of days assigned to this payment term.in 30/87 . Collectors: Collector is the person who is responsible for collection. and customers. This is in turn defaults to the customer level. The collection screen will Sales Person : A person who is responsible for the sale of products or services. if applicable: a. Prepayment : This should be used for raising Receipts through ‘Sales Order’. The Payment Term screen will open • Enter the name and description of the payment terms. Save the record and click discounts. The Collectors will be assigned to a profile class or to a customer's credit profile class. 2. c. the customer is eligible for availing discounts on partial payments. You can modify collector assignments for your customers in the Customers window and for your profile classes in the Customer Profile Classes window To define a Collector : 1. returns.

Both fields are available only if you have installed a sales tax vendor of type Tax ware Sales. Select either To be hired or General for the Category. If you do not enter an end date. (Optional) Enter the resource's Email address. The following table describes the available functions in the Receivables tab fields: Field Descriptions for the Receiv ables tab in the Resource Window Date Active : Enter the range of dates that this salesperson is to be active. Freight.in 31/87 .   Perform the follow ing steps to create a salesperson. Territory Flexfield (Forms) : If you want to assign a territory to this salesperson. this territory is active for this salesperson infinitely. Oracle Order Management uses this information to determine if the sales credit for an order is a quota or non-quota r1211i. 6. d. Accounting Flexfield (Forms) : The accounting flexfield includes Revenue. 1. Navigate to Sales Person window N Setup Transactions Sales Persons 3. you must enter a valid value for the Salesperson Number. Select the Receivables tab and perform the following: a. and receivable accounts for invoices that you assign to this salesperson. along with your Auto Accounting rules. Enter a quota Sales Credit Type. 7. to determine the revenue. but you can change it. If you do not enter an End Date. e. Date Active (start date) is a required field. Geo Override and Inside City Limits : The Geo Override value associates the salesperson with a unique tax jurisdiction. freight. Receivables can use this information. the Date Active (end date) is optional. The Start Date defaults as the current date. To create a salesperson. 4. Enter the range of dates that this resource is to be active.blogspot. c.6/3/13 R12 ORACLE APPS Receivables tab of the Resource window. Enter a Start Date. Enter the name of the sales person in the Name field. 5. b. This value associates the resource with a unique tax jurisdiction. this salesperson is active indefinitely. Check the Activ e for Receiv ables check box to indicate that this resource is an active salesperson for use in Oracle Receivables. and Receivable Accounts. then enter the range of dates that this territory is to be assigned to this salesperson. (Optional) Enter a Geo Override value for the resource.

Check the Active check box to make this profile class active. define the currency rates and limits for customers using this profile class. Save your work. then enter the Currency in which customers assigned to this profile class will do business. Freight. Open the Credit Profile tabbed region. f. Enter other profile class information.   Creation of New Customer To define a customer Navigate to the Customer window Oracle Receivables N r1211i.in 32/87 . Customer Profile Class: • Use Customer Profiles to group customer accounts with similar credit worthiness. and discount information. For each profile class you can define information such as credit limits.blogspot. payment terms. invoicing. then enter the range of dates that this territory is to be assigned to this salesperson. business volume. Minimum Dunning Amount. (Optional) If you assigned a territory to this resource.Navigate to the Customer Profile Classes window Oracle Receivables N Customer Profile Classes 2. g. and statements for each currency in which you do business. (Optional) Enter more information in the other tabs to further specify the resource. 10. You can also define amount limits for your finance charges. and Credit Limit. 7. For example: 5. including Minimum Invoice Balance for Finance Charges. then enter default credit information for customers and accounts assigned to this profile class.. group member roles. and payment cycles. To define a Customer Profile Class: 1. Open the Profile Class Amounts tabbed region. 3. You can simultaneously end date a resource's roles. (Optional) Assign a territory to this resource. h. statement cycles. 6. Choose File > Sav e to save your work. Enter a Name and a brief description of this profile class. and Receivable Accounts. dunning. 4. (Optional) Enter the Accounting Flexfield for your Revenue. team member roles. 8.6/3/13 R12 ORACLE APPS amount. and sales person records. For each currency that you enter.

and County. as shown below: 3. Nav igate to Bank Window Oracle Receiv ables N r1211i. the following screen will appear. State. • Each bank branch can have multiple bank accounts. 9. The bill-to address can be different from this customer account's ship-to address. If you are entering information about a new customer and the search does not produce a match. and each bank account you define can be associated with Payables payment documents and/or Receivables payment methods. Save your work Bank D etails • Use the Banks window to enter bank information for bank branches with which you do business. and you are not using Automatic Customer Numbering. If the customer does not yet have a customer number. The Customers . information about the organization or person will be displayed as shown below: 4. you will be prompted to proceed with entering new information. Enter Customer Contacts for this address. Ship To: Goods or services to this address. such as City. If the new customer is part of an existing organization or person.   To enter a basic bank A. Assign Business Purpose to this customer by selecting Bill To and Ship To under "Usage Tab" as shown below: Bill To: Invoices will be sent to this address. Postal Code. Go to Profile Transaction Tab and attach the Profile class as shown below: 12.Standard window is displayed. Enter additional address information for this customer.blogspot. Choose the New button. 11. enter a unique customer number. 7. Click open. Enter Characteristics information for this customer site 10. 6. The ship-to address can be different from this customer account's bill-to address.in 33/87 . 5.6/3/13 R12 ORACLE APPS Customer Standard 2. Enter the Customer Address. 8.

enter all basic bank information: bank name. Navigate to the Transaction Type Window Oracle Receivables N Setup Transaction Transaction Type   • Enter the name and description of the transaction type as shown above." C .USD. K. "Main Disbursement . In the Receivables Options region. Optionally enter names and information for your bank contacts in the Contact region. bank number. Credit Memo etc. r1211i. In the Banks window. • If we require an invoice for the customer. and address. • Select the class of the transaction like Invoice. D.in 34/87 . H. and Short Term Debt. optionally enter Receipt and Discount GL Account information L. Factored Receipts. The following screen will appear G. Use a bank account name that indicates its usage. Select Internal Account User I.   To define a Transaction Type 1. Save your record Entering Invoices Overview In Receivables. In the More Receivables Options region. from the list of values. Enter the bank account name & bank account number. Prerequisites • Define Transaction Type • Define Transaction Source • Define Auto Accounting Rules Transaction Type: • Transaction types are referred to as the classes of transactions like Invoice.. for example. • For each transaction type accounting information may be provided. E. branch name. In the GL Accounts region. enter GL Account information for Remitted Receipts. Credit memo etc. • Select the creation sign as ‘Positive’ for an invoice. enter a Cash Account and other relevant accounts as shown above. J. Choose the Bank accounts button. Select Bank as the Institution. the invoice transaction type should be attached to the transaction. F. Debit Memo. Save your work. Customer Transactions can be entered either manually or can be imported automatically from the Order Management module using "Autoinvoice" concept.6/3/13 R12 ORACLE APPS Setup B Receipt Bank .blogspot. branch number.

• Select the Type as ‘Manual’ from the List of Values. When this option is checked. (Optional). etc. Navigate to Window Oracle Receivables N Setup Transaction Transaction Source the Transaction Source • Enter the name and description of the Transaction Source. Navigate to Transaction window Oracle Receivables N Transactions r1211i. Tax. Freight account etc. Revenue. • Check the following boxes: a. Freight.   To define a Transaction Source 1. • Select the Segments and specify the source from which the value should be derived from. then we have to enter the last number as ‘0’. Auto Accounting Rules This is a very important tool which enables the system to automatically derive the accounting code combinations for Receivables. then the ‘Automatic Transaction Numbering’ option should not be checked. These account combinations are derived from the various account types based on the rules that are provided in the Auto accounting window. Freight. Auto Invoice Clearing. • Save the record.   Recording a Manual Inv oice 1. Navigate to Auto Accounting Rules Window N Setup Transaction Auto Accounting • Select the Type as Receivables. Automatic Transaction Numbering. If the number has to be entered manually. from the List of Values.   Transaction Source: Transaction Source is required for Transactions as it is used for numbering of the transactions. To define Auto Accounting Rules: 1. we have to enter the last number. etc.6/3/13 R12 ORACLE APPS • Enter the Receivable.in Transaction 35/87 . Active b.applicable to the invoice. If the transactions are required to be numbered starting from ‘1’ onwards. These rules should be defined such that it meets the business requirements. Revenue. Revenue.blogspot.

Save the record and close the window 11. 5. Click line items. 8. . Recording Credit Memos 1. 10.from the l. 6. Mention the invoice date and the GL date . Select the class as Credit Memo. Complete the Transaction 12. A journal entry will be created by the system after completing the transaction. Save the record and close the window. Select the items from the list of values 10. to view the tax rate 13. Enter the unit price in negative amount 10.v 7. Click Distributions to view the Revenue account assigned to this invoice. 12.Select the source from the list of value 4. The Transaction screen will be displayed 3. 5.6/3/13 R12 ORACLE APPS 2. 14. Click Tax. 6.o. View the Journal Entry by selecting: Tools / View Accounting. Save the record 12. Recording Debit Memos 1. A journal entry will be created by the system after completing the transaction.v 7. Mention the Credit Memo date and the GL date . Choose the customer s bill to site . Enter the Qty. Complete the transaction 11. Choose the customer s bill to site . Enter or select the Description from the List of values. View the Journal Entry by selecting : Tools / View Accounting. Navigate to Transaction window r1211i. 9. 8. 9.blogspot. Navigate to Transaction window N Transactions Transaction 2. 13.in 36/87 . Select the class as invoice.from the l.o. The Transaction screen will be displayed 3. Choose the payment term and the sales person. Click line items. and Unit price 11. .Select the source from the list of value 4. .

5. .v 7.blogspot. Select the class as Debit Memo. Enter or select the Description from the List of values. View the Journal Entry by selecting: Tools / View Accounting Foreign Currency Transactions Prerequisites: Define Currency Define Conversion rate type Define Currency Rate (Daily / Period) Define Currency: To define a currency: 1. Choose the customer s bill to site .from the l. 3. The default date will be the system date. Complete the Transaction 12. you enter the rate directly when you enter a foreign currency journal. Save your record Define Currency Rate Type: Conversion rate types are used to automatically assign a rate when you convert foreign currency journal amounts to functional currency equivalents. When you enter a foreign currency journal. 4. 13.6/3/13 R12 ORACLE APPS N Transactions Transaction 2. A journal entry will be created by the system after completing the transaction. 9. rate type (unless you are using the User rate type). Select the source from the list of value 4.o. 6. and conversion date you enter. Enter the Currency Code Enter the Currency Name and Description Enter the Precision applicable to the currency. Save the record and close the window 11. 8. General Ledger automatically displays the predefined exchange rate based on the currency. 5. Mention the Debit Memo date and the GL date . When you have a User rate type.in 37/87 . The Transaction screen will be displayed 3. Click line items. r1211i. Enter the unit price in negative amount 10. Navigate to the Customer Calls window. Oracle Receivables N Setup Financials Currencies 2.

General Ledger automatically displays the rate you define here. When you use this date and rate type to enter journals. This rate is generally a standard market rate determined by senior financial management for use throughout the organization. Navigate to the Conversion Rate Types window. To define a daily conversion rate: 1. After defining a conversion rate type. You can use these predefined rate types to enter exchange rates. Enter the From-Currency . To enter a single rate for a date range: r1211i. enter daily rates using that rate type. System automatically calculates the inverse of the rate and displays it in the adjacent column. It applies to the immediate delivery of a currency. or you can define additional conversion rate types. Enter the Conversion Date and Type. If you enter the same currency as your from-currency. change the To-Currency. As needed. 4. To define a new conversion rate type: 1. Corporate: An exchange rate you define to standardize rates for your company. User: An exchange rate you specify when you enter a foreign currency journal entry. N Setup Financials Currencies Rates Conversion Type Define Currency Rate Daily Period Entering Daily Rates: • Daily rates are used to perform foreign currency journal conversions. Enter the conversion rate you want to use to convert your from-currency amounts into your to-currency equivalents.in 38/87 .the currency you want to convert from using the rates you enter. 3. • You can maintain daily conversion rates between any two currencies that you have enabled in your applications instance. 5.blogspot.6/3/13 R12 ORACLE APPS The follow ing are the predefined conv ersion rate types: Spot: An exchange rate which you enter to perform conversion based on the rate on a specific date. Oracle Receivables N Setup Financials Currencies Rates Daily 2. Navigate to the Conversion Rate Types window. you will receive an error.

you will receive an error. . 7. Enter the conversion rate you want to use to convert your from-currency amounts into your to-currency equivalents. 6.6/3/13 R12 ORACLE APPS 1. 16. Complete the transaction. 3.the currency you want to convert from using the rates you enter.blogspot.Select the source from the list of value 4. Recording a foreign currency transactions: 1. Choose the Enter by Date Range button. Enter the Conversion Date and Type. 5.v 11. Select OK 10. Select the class as invoice. As needed. If you enter the same currency as your from-currency.from the l. Save the record and close the window. 5. 9. If you choose ‘User’ enter the rate manually. change the To-Currency. Choose the Rate type from the list of value. and Unit price 14. 12. Mention the invoice date and the GL date . Click line items. Select the items from the list of values 13. Enter the From-Currency .o. Select the Currency (INR) from the list of value 7. Navigate to the Daily Rates window. Enter From Date and To Date to span your desired date range. 4. Go to Tools / Exchange Rate 8. The Transaction screen will be displayed 3. 2. Navigate to Transaction window N Transactions Transaction 2. Choose Details under Balance Due column to see the functional currency value against the entered currency r1211i. 6. 15.in 39/87 . Enter the Qty. Choose the customer s bill to site .

in 40/87 . Rev ersed: This receipt has been reversed. if a receipt comes from an account with non-sufficient funds or if you want to re-enter and reapply it in Receivables. You can reverse a receipt when your customer stops payment on a receipt. Remitted: This receipt has been remitted. This status is valid for both automatic and manually entered receipts. this status indicates the receipt belongs to a receipt class that requires remittance. and remit a bills receivable remittance. Confirmed: For manually entered receipts. This status is valid for both automatic and manually entered receipts. and reconciliation.blogspot. placed on-account. but you must create. you can see whether the receipt is identified and what portion of the receipt has been applied. confirm. • You can specify any combination of these processing steps with one exception: if you confirm r1211i. You can reverse cash receipts and miscellaneous transactions. For each receipt. For example. • These steps include confirmation. This status is only valid for automatic receipts. remittance. Receipt Status A receipt can have one of the following statuses: Approv ed: This receipt has been approved for automatic receipt creation. you must create and remit a direct debit. For automatic receipts. Cleared: The payment of this receipt was transferred to your bank account and the bank statement has been reconciled within Receivables. and left unapplied. Prerequisites Define receipt classes Define payment methods Define receipt sources Define profile options Open accounting periods Receipt Class:   • Define receipt classes to determine the required processing steps for receipts to which you assign payment methods with this class. this status indicates the receipt has been confirmed.6/3/13 R12 ORACLE APPS Receipts Recording Single Receipts − Standard Receipt − Miscellaneous Receipt Recording Standard Receipt Use the Receipts window to enter new or query existing receipts.

you can specify either of these remittance methods when creating your remittance batches. Choose a Remittance Method.blogspot. Standard and Factoring: Choose this method if you want Receivables to select receipts assigned to this receipt class for remittance regardless of the batch remittance method. To define a receipt class: 1. or imported into Receivables using AutoLockbox. then you must also remit. 5. • If you choose Automatic. The remittance method determines the accounts that Receivables uses for automatic receipts that you create using payment methods to which you assign this receipt class. Factoring: Use the factoring account for automatic receipts or for factored bills receivable assigned to a payment method with this receipt class. Enter a unique Name for your Receipt Class. Choose a Creation Method.in 41/87 . you can create receipts with this receipt class using the Automatic Receipt program. Oracle Receivables N Setup Receipt Receipt Class The follow ing screen w ill appear 2. In this case. These receipts will be assumed to be cleared at the time of receipt entry and will require no further processing.6/3/13 R12 ORACLE APPS and reconcile. 3. Choose one of the following methods:   Standard: Use the remittance account for automatic receipts or for standard bills receivable assigned to a payment method with this receipt class. • Receivables uses the payment method you assign to a receipt class to determine how to account for receipts you create using this receipt class. receipts using this receipt class must either be entered manually in the Receipts or QuickCash window. • If you choose Manual. Choosing this method is the same as setting Require Bank Clearance to No r1211i. Receivables automatically creates receipts assigned to this receipt class with a status of Cleared. If you enter No for all three of these steps. choose one of the following Clearance Methods: Directly: Choose this method if you do not expect the receipts to be remitted to the bank and subsequently cleared. To require receipts created using a payment method assigned to this receipt class to be reconciled before posting them to your cash account in the general ledger. 4. No Remittance: Choose this method if you do not require receipts assigned to this receipt class to be remitted. Navigate to the Receipt Classes window.

you must define all of your receipt accounts. Receivables uses this rule to pay invoices that have different due dates with a single receipt using this payment method. Enter the Payment Method to assign to this receipt class. Enter a Receipt Maturity Date Rule.6/3/13 R12 ORACLE APPS in previous releases of Receivables. enter a Number of Receipts Rule (see Number of Receipts Rules above). Enter a unique Name for your payment method. Do not check this box if you want Receivables to generate document numbers for Automatic Receipts assigned to this receipt class and payment method. check the Receipt Inherit Invoice Number box. D. H. Payment Method : • Receivables uses payment methods to account for your receipt entries and applications. At least one of these remittance banks must be primary.blogspot. Receivables provides one standard receipt print program to format the output of your payment selection and creation programs when you physically create the receipt document. Do not check this box if you want Receivables to generate unique debit memo numbers automatically. This option helps you track Automatic Receipts.) By Matching: Choose this method if you want to clear your receipts manually in Oracle Cash Management. If you need a different receipt print program r1211i. but only one bank account can be the primary account for each currency. To ensure that the receipt number is always the same as the transaction number to which it is applied. If the receipt class associated with this payment method has an Automatic creation method. See: Automatic Clearing for Receipts. then you must enter at least one remittance bank per currency. Enter the Automatic Print Program for transmissions using this payment method. Navigate to the Receipt Classes window. To assign the same transaction number to the debit memo generated when you create a debit memo reversal. C. then enter how you want this payment method to be printed on your statements in the Printed Name field. By Automatic Clearing: Choose this method to clear receipts using the Automatic Clearing program. For each remittance bank branch account assigned to a payment method. F. Payment methods also determine a customer's remittance bank information. Oracle Receivables N Setup Receipt Receipt Class B. check the Debit Memo Inherit Receipt Number box. 6. To define a payment method: A. Query or enter the receipt class to assign to this payment method. The default Printed Name is the payment method name. E. Enter Earliest if you want the receipt maturity date to be the earliest due date of all of the invoices that your receipt covers. Enter Latest if you want the maturity date to be the latest due date of all of the invoices that your receipt covers. You can then assign your payment methods to your receipt sources to use with your AutoLockbox and manually entered receipts. G. (Receipts using this method can also be cleared in Oracle Cash Management. • You can assign multiple remittance banks to each payment method. • If you remit receipts in several currencies for a single payment method.in 42/87 .

Receipt Confirmation. A remittance bank account is the bank to which you will remit receipts created using this receipt batch source. enter the Last Number you want Receivables to use when numbering your receipt batches. • You can specify a default receipt batch source when defining the profile option AR: Receipt Batch Source.in 43/87 . choose Automatic Batch Numbering. this payment method will be active indefinitely. enter a Bank Account. The default start date is the current date. you must copy this standard receipt print program. enter a Payment Method (optional). To manually enter batch numbers for receipt batches you create using this source. Earned and Unearned Discounts. Unidentified Receipts. If you chose Automatic Batch Numbering. Save your work. Remittance. Bank Charges. 7. Oracle Receiv ables N Setup Receipt Receipt Source 3. choose Manual Batch Numbering. The payment method determines the accounting for your automatic and manual receipts. To associate a remittance bank with this receipt batch source. If you do not enter an end date. choose Bank accounts from Receipt Class Workbench   Receipt Source: • Define receipt batch sources to provide default values for the receipt class. Enter a Receipt Class. r1211i. To have Receivables automatically assign sequential batch numbers to receipt batches you create using this source. Factoring.. I. 4. On-Account Receipts. 7.blogspot. • When you select a receipt batch source to enter receipts. For example. Receivables displays this source in the Receipt Batches window when you create your receipt batches. If you entered a Receipt Class. 5. Unapplied Receipts. enter a last number of 999. Enter the range of Effective Dates for this payment method. 8. K. J. and modify it accordingly. The payment method accounts for the receipt entries and applications you make using this receipt batch source To define a Receipt Source: 1. and remittance bank account fields for receipts you add to a receipt batch. Enter the range of dates that this receipt batch source will be active. Short Term Debt. 8. Receivables automatically uses the Cash. to number receipt batches using this source starting with 1000. Lead days indicate the number of days before the invoice due date that an invoice can be selected for application by the Automatic Receipts program using this payment method. Choose Bank Account 8.6/3/13 R12 ORACLE APPS format. and Bills Receivable account information you assigned to the payment method for this batch source. Navigate to the Receipt Sources window. but you can change it. payment method. After defining the bank details. Specify a number of Lead Days. If you specify a default receipt batch source. 6.

Go to Tools / View Accounting 6. The following Journal Entry will be created by the system 12. the default is the current date. 3. Enter the Receipt Amount Save the record Go to Tools / View Accounting The following Journal Entry will be created by the system 1. 3. and Payment Method. Select the invoice number from the list of value under "Apply To" 13. You can enter any Receivables Activity with a type of 'Miscellaneous Cash. Navigate to the Receipts window.   To enter a miscellaneous transaction: 1.6/3/13 R12 ORACLE APPS 9.in 44/87 . Choose a Receipt Type of 'Miscellaneous. Enter the Receipt Amount 4. the default is the last date of the most recent open period. Enter an Activity. The batch GL Date provides the default GL Date. Go to Tools / View Accounting to view the Journal Entry Miscellaneous Receipt • Non-invoice related transactions such as investment and interest income are known as miscellaneous transactions in Receivables. 4. Enter the Apply date 14. 2. Save the record 5. Enter transaction information. • Receivables uses distribution sets that you define to account for miscellaneous transactions. Navigate to Receipt window Oracle Receivables N Receipts Receipts 2. 4.blogspot.' 3. Save the record 15. Currency. including Receipt Number. 5. To review or update the distribution set and general ledger account information for this transaction. if the current date is not in an open period. However. A. Oracle Receivables Receipt / Receipt The following screen will appear:   2. If there is no batch information. GL Date. 6. Save your work. r1211i. 5. Enter the Receipt number. or choose one from the list of values. choose Distributions. Select the payment method from the List of Value Enter the Receipt number. • Use the Receipts or Receipts Summary window to enter your miscellaneous transactions. Select the payment method from the List of Value 2. Receipt Amount.' The Receivables Activity determines the default distribution set and accounting for this transaction. Recording Standard Receipt (Cash Receipt) 1. The following screen will appear in the Receipt Workbench 1.

You can also use the Customer Calls window to place amounts in dispute and review previous calls made to your customers. view the dunning history for a transaction.   To record a basic customer call: r1211i. place items in dispute. and correspond with customers by recording customer calls.in 45/87 . The follow ing can be v iew ed through Collection Workbench: Customer Calls Customer Accounts Aging Correspondence with the Customer Transaction overview Customer Calls: Whenever a customer is contacted for his past due. By speaking with a customer you may learn that they were incorrectly billed. This is also used to place a customer account on credit hold. Collections T his explains how to review customer accounts and perform collection activities such as recording customer calls and printing dunning letters. Save your work.blogspot. Collection w orkbench Ov erv iew Collections Workbench window is used to view information about your customers' transactions and account balances in a variety of ways. you create a record of the contact and can recommend any further collection action. the Customer Calls window can be used to record the results of your conversation. or have already sent payment for the invoice in question.6/3/13 R12 ORACLE APPS 6. By entering details about your conversation. never received the goods or services that were ordered.

You can view all transactions that are past due for a specific customer in the Account Details window. Oracle Receivables N Collections Customer Calls The following screen will appear: 2. 4.in 46/87 . 5. Oracle Receivables N Collections Customer Calls The following screen will appear: 2. enter the Promise Date and Amount and the Forecast Date and percent you expect to collect. 3. To enter a call action against this customer or location. To limit your query. Customer Accounts: The total amount overdue for a customer or customers can be viewed from the Account Summary window. Leave a field blank if you do not want to limit your query to transactions matching that criteria. Navigate to the Account Overview window. 7. Save your work. or select from the list of values. Enter selection criteria in the Find Customer Accounts window. choose Actions.6/3/13 R12 ORACLE APPS 1. Credit Limits.. 8. The default currency for the Promise Amount is your functional currency. or Amounts Past Due to view only those accounts. Enter the contact's Name and Phone Number. enter a Collector. If the customer promises to pay. Leave a field blank if you do not want to limit your query to accounts matching that criteria. 3. Navigate to the Customer Calls window. Enter the Outcome of this call. To display a customer's account information in summary form: 1. To view transaction totals by their entered amounts. For example. then enter your customer's response.blogspot. Open the Response tabbed region. a range of Periods. or Amount Type to select only those transactions. Enter the Customer Name or Number to view in the Find Account Overview window. or the low and high values of outstanding Balances. To v iew the total number and amount of a customer's transactions in summary form: 1. Navigate to the Customer Accounts window. enter selection criteria. For example. Enter the Collector for this customer. Enter either the customer Name or Number. enter a Customer Name or Number. Open Credits. Choose Find. 6. transaction Status. 9. 2. account Status. choose an Amount Type of Original r1211i. or select from the list of values.

and then choose Aging. and discounts for this customer. 3. Open Credits. To view transactions for a different period. Correspondence: r1211i. Select the account to view. you can define an aging bucket that includes all debit items that are 1 to 30 days past due. account Status. then select another period. To view past due transactions within a specific aging bucket. Leave a field blank if you do not want to limit your query to accounts matching that criteria. non-sufficient funds (NSF). When you view your customer balances by aging bucket. 4. late. For example. 4. If you do not choose an Amount Type. Receivables select a transaction for aging if its GL date is before or the same as the current date. Receivables displays transactions by the amount due. 5. 6. For example. N Collections Aging The following screen will appear: 2. enter a Collector. Receivables calculates and displays the total outstanding amount and the credits not aged for unapplied cash. Once selected for aging. Navigate to the Customer Accounts window. 3. To view transaction totals for more than one period. Aging buckets are time periods in which you age and can review your debit items. select the bucket to view. To view transaction totals by the amount due. select a period. and then enter selection criteria. finance charges. You can modify your display by specifying an aging bucket or by choosing to age or summarize open credits. choose Find from the Query menu.blogspot.6/3/13 R12 ORACLE APPS Amount. 7. Choose Find. onaccount credits. or Amounts Past Due to view only those accounts. Choose Find. To modify your display. select a different period. Credit Limits. Receivables uses the following formula to determine the number of days past due for each transaction:   (Current Date) . or the low and high values of outstanding Balances. Enter selection criteria in the Find Customer Accounts window. To view the total number and amount of on time. open the Key Indicators tabbed region. then choose Account Details.(Due Date) = Days Past Due To View a Customer’s outstanding account balance by aging bucket: 1. AGING: Receivables lets you view your customer's outstanding account balances by aging bucket.in 47/87 . choose an Amount Type of Amount Due Remaining. on-account cash. Choose Find. press and hold the Shift key. and cash claims.

customer calls. r1211i. enter selection criteria. N Collections Correspondence 2. Closing Accounting Periods Procedures: 1. and account statements in this window. including dunning letters. Verify all payments received have been deposited. Transfer the accounts receivable transactions to the General Ledger. Close Accounts Receivable for the period. Verify all accounts receivable transactions have been entered for the fiscal period. then open the Dunning Letters tabbed region.   2. To view a list of statements generated for a customer. To limit your display to only certain accounts. select the account. To View previous customer correspondence: 1. N ・ィ Interfaces ・ィ General Ledger Run General Ledger Interface 3. Verify all cash application adjustments have been made. printing dunning letters. select the account. then open the Statements tabbed region. Navigate to the Correspondence window.blogspot.in 48/87 . To view dunning letters sent to a customer. Verify all deposits have been applied. You can view all previous contact with your customers. and making customer calls. Verify all transactions are complete. Receivables provide three ways to correspond with your customers: printing account statements.6/3/13 R12 ORACLE APPS Regular correspondence is an effective way to create and maintain good relationships with your customers. Receivables let you view all previous customer correspondence in the Correspondence window. Choose Find. 3.

Transactions Invoice Credit Memo Invoices: When you enter a regular invoice through the Transactions window. Receivables creates default accounts for revenue. See the request in view – request window. Interfaces. unearned revenue. tax. debit memo. Click submit. or chargeback through the Credit Transactions window.general ledger 1. Give GL dates 2. Receivables creates the following journal entry: r1211i. receivable.in 49/87 . and Auto Invoice clearing (suspense) accounts using the information specified in your Auto Accounting structure . unbilled receivable.   Accounting Entries in Oracle Receiv ables This essay describes the accounting entries created when you enter transactions in Receivables using the Accrual method of accounting. 3.6/3/13 R12 ORACLE APPS N ・ィ Controls ・ィ Accounting ・ィ Open / Close Periods Open / Close Accounting Periods TRANSFER TO GENERAL LEDGER: • To transfer the transactions to the General Ledger Module and to create Journal Entries in the General Ledger Module. Receivables CR Revenue CR Tax (if you charge tax) CR Freight (if you charge freight) Credit Memos When you credit an invoice. freight. finance charges.blogspot. GL-Interface program needs to be run. Receivables creates the following journal entry: Dr.

blogspot.in 50/87 . Receivables creates the following journal entry: DR Cash DR Unapplied Cash CR Unapplied Cash CR Receivables   When you enter an unidentified receipt. Receivables creates the following journal entry: DR Cash CR Unapplied DR Unapplied r1211i. Receivables creates the following journal entries: DR Cash CR Receivables When you fully apply a receipt to an invoice. Cash Receipt (Without Remittance) When you enter a receipt. Receivables creates the following journal entry: DR Cash CR Unidentified When you enter an on-account receipt.6/3/13 R12 ORACLE APPS DR Revenue DR Tax (if you credit tax) DR Freight (if you credit freight) CR Receivables (Credit Memo) DR Receivables (Credit Memo) CR Receivables (Invoice) Receipts A.

and Earned accounts that you specified in the Remittance Banks window for this receipt class.6/3/13 R12 ORACLE APPS CR On-Account When your receipt includes a discount. Receivables creates the following journal entry: DR Receivables CR Unapplied Cash When you enter a receipt and combine it with a negative adjustment. When you enter a receipt and combine it with a positive adjustment.blogspot. Receivables creates the following journal entry: DR Cash CR Unapplied Cash To close the receivable on the credit memo and increase the unapplied cash balance. Receivables creates the following journal entries: DR Cash CR Receivables (Invoice) DR Write-Off CR Receivables (Invoice) Note: You set up a Write-Off account w hen defining your Receiv ables Activ ity. Receivables creates the following journal entries: r1211i.in 51/87 . On-Account. Receivables creates the following journal entry: DR Receivables CR Revenue DR Cash CR Receivables DR Earned/Unearned Discount CR Receivables Receivables uses the default Cash. Unapplied. When you enter a receipt and combine it with an on-account credit (which increases the balance of the receipt). Unidentified. Unearned.

blogspot. Customer Transactions can be entered either manually or can be imported automatically from the Order Management module using "Autoinvoice" concept. Prerequisites • Define Transaction Type • Define Transaction Source • Define Auto Accounting Rules Transaction Type: r1211i. Save your record Entering Invoices Overview In Receivables.in 52/87 . Receivables creates the following journal entries: DR Unapplied Cash CR Write-off                 ation L.6/3/13 R12 ORACLE APPS DR Cash CR Receivables (Invoice) DR Receivables (Invoice) CR Write-Off When you write off the unapplied amount on a receipt.

  Transaction Source: Transaction Source is required for Transactions as it is used for numbering of the transactions. Navigate to the Transaction Type Window Oracle Receivables N Setup Transaction Transaction Type   • Enter the name and description of the transaction type as shown above. • For each transaction type accounting information may be provided.6/3/13 R12 ORACLE APPS • Transaction types are referred to as the classes of transactions like Invoice. • Save the record. we have to enter the last number. Credit Memo etc. If the transactions r1211i. Automatic Transaction Numbering. When this option is checked.blogspot.   To define a Transaction Source 1. Active b. Revenue. • Select the Type as ‘Manual’ from the List of Values. • Check the following boxes: a. Freight account etc. from the list of values. • Enter the Receivable. • If we require an invoice for the customer.in 53/87 the Transaction Source Transaction Transaction Source . Tax.   To define a Transaction Type 1. the invoice transaction type should be attached to the transaction. • Select the class of the transaction like Invoice. (Optional). Navigate to Window Oracle Receivables N Setup • Enter the name and description of the Transaction Source. Credit memo etc. • Select the creation sign as ‘Positive’ for an invoice.applicable to the invoice. Debit Memo.

Select the items from the list of values 10. . Mention the invoice date and the GL date . Click line items. r1211i. These account combinations are derived from the various account types based on the rules that are provided in the Auto accounting window. Choose the payment term and the sales person. Choose the customer s bill to site .o. Enter the Qty.from the l. Revenue. • Select the Segments and specify the source from which the value should be derived from. then we have to enter the last number as ‘0’. Freight. Click Tax. to view the tax rate 13. Navigate to Transaction window Oracle Receivables N Transactions Transaction 2. The Transaction screen will be displayed 3. Select the class as invoice. Click Distributions to view the Revenue account assigned to this invoice. 6. To define Auto Accounting Rules: 1. etc.Select the source from the list of value 4.   Recording a Manual Inv oice 1. 5. then the ‘Automatic Transaction Numbering’ option should not be checked. If the number has to be entered manually. etc.6/3/13 R12 ORACLE APPS are required to be numbered starting from ‘1’ onwards. Auto Accounting Rules This is a very important tool which enables the system to automatically derive the accounting code combinations for Receivables.blogspot. These rules should be defined such that it meets the business requirements. 9.in 54/87 . Auto Invoice Clearing. and Unit price 11. Navigate to Auto Accounting Rules Window N Setup • Transaction Auto Accounting Select the Type as Receivables.v 7. Freight. from the List of Values. 8. Revenue. Save the record 12.

Choose the customer s bill to site .from the l.6/3/13 R12 ORACLE APPS 14. 12. 6. Complete the Transaction 12. Save the record and close the window 11. Select the class as Credit Memo. The default date will be the system date. . Enter or select the Description from the List of values. 9. Mention the Credit Memo date and the GL date . View the Journal Entry by selecting: Tools / View Accounting. A journal entry will be created by the system after completing the transaction. Enter or select the Description from the List of values. Recording Credit Memos 1. . Recording Debit Memos 1. 8. 5. The Transaction screen will be displayed 3. 13. Complete the transaction 11. 9. Select the source from the list of value 4.v 7. Navigate to Transaction window N Transactions Transaction 2. Enter the unit price in negative amount 10. Save the record and close the window. A journal entry will be created by the system after completing the transaction.v 7. Enter the unit price in negative amount 10.in 55/87 . 8. Choose the customer s bill to site . Click line items. Complete the Transaction 12. A journal entry will be created by the system after completing the r1211i. Click line items.blogspot. 6.Select the source from the list of value 4. .o. 10.from the l. Save the record and close the window 11. The Transaction screen will be displayed 3. 5.o. View the Journal Entry by selecting : Tools / View Accounting. Select the class as Debit Memo. Mention the Debit Memo date and the GL date . Navigate to Transaction window N Transactions Transaction 2.

When you enter a foreign currency journal. The follow ing are the predefined conv ersion rate types: Spot: An exchange rate which you enter to perform conversion based on the rate on a specific date. 13. you enter the rate directly when you enter a foreign currency journal. Navigate to the Customer Calls window. 4. General Ledger automatically displays the predefined exchange rate based on the currency. Save your record Define Currency Rate Type: Conversion rate types are used to automatically assign a rate when you convert foreign currency journal amounts to functional currency equivalents.in 56/87 . View the Journal Entry by selecting: Tools / View Accounting Foreign Currency Transactions Prerequisites: Define Currency Define Conversion rate type Define Currency Rate (Daily / Period) Define Currency: To define a currency: 1. Oracle Receivables N Setup Financials Currencies 2. 3. When you have a User rate type.6/3/13 R12 ORACLE APPS transaction.blogspot. It applies to the immediate delivery of a currency. Corporate: r1211i. Enter the Currency Code Enter the Currency Name and Description Enter the Precision applicable to the currency. rate type (unless you are using the User rate type). 5. and conversion date you enter.

or you can define additional conversion rate types. Oracle Receivables N Setup Financials Currencies Rates Daily 2. r1211i. System automatically calculates the inverse of the rate and displays it in the adjacent column. Choose the Enter by Date Range button. This rate is generally a standard market rate determined by senior financial management for use throughout the organization. After defining a conversion rate type. 4. To enter a single rate for a date range: 1. Enter the From-Currency . User: An exchange rate you specify when you enter a foreign currency journal entry. 3. enter daily rates using that rate type. General Ledger automatically displays the rate you define here. Enter the conversion rate you want to use to convert your from-currency amounts into your to-currency equivalents. If you enter the same currency as your from-currency.in 57/87 . N Setup Financials Currencies Rates Conversion Type Define Currency Rate Daily Period Entering Daily Rates: • Daily rates are used to perform foreign currency journal conversions. As needed. You can use these predefined rate types to enter exchange rates.blogspot. • You can maintain daily conversion rates between any two currencies that you have enabled in your applications instance.the currency you want to convert from using the rates you enter. 5. When you use this date and rate type to enter journals.6/3/13 R12 ORACLE APPS An exchange rate you define to standardize rates for your company. Navigate to the Conversion Rate Types window. Navigate to the Daily Rates window. 2. change the To-Currency. Navigate to the Conversion Rate Types window. you will receive an error. To define a daily conversion rate: 1. Enter the Conversion Date and Type. To define a new conversion rate type: 1.

Choose the customer s bill to site . 15. change the To-Currency. Complete the transaction. and Unit price 14. Navigate to Transaction window N Transactions Transaction 2. 4. . Select the items from the list of values 13. If you choose ‘User’ enter the rate manually.from the l. 9. Go to Tools / Exchange Rate 8. Select the Currency (INR) from the list of value 7. you will receive an error. Select the class as invoice. Choose the Rate type from the list of value. 5. If you enter the same currency as your from-currency. Recording a foreign currency transactions: 1.blogspot. Enter the Conversion Date and Type. 16. 7.o. Enter From Date and To Date to span your desired date range. Mention the invoice date and the GL date . 12.the currency you want to convert from using the rates you enter.v 11. Choose Details under Balance Due column to see the functional currency value against the entered currency Receipts Recording Single Receipts r1211i. Click line items. The Transaction screen will be displayed 3. Select OK 10. 6.Select the source from the list of value 4. Enter the Qty.6/3/13 R12 ORACLE APPS 3. Save the record and close the window. Enter the From-Currency . As needed. 6.in 58/87 . Enter the conversion rate you want to use to convert your from-currency amounts into your to-currency equivalents. 5.

This status is valid for both automatic and manually entered receipts. and remit a bills receivable remittance. • These steps include confirmation. You can reverse cash receipts and miscellaneous transactions. For example. you can see whether the receipt is identified and what portion of the receipt has been applied. For automatic receipts. This status is valid for both automatic and manually entered receipts. Receivables automatically creates receipts assigned to this receipt class with a status of Cleared. but you must create. Rev ersed: This receipt has been reversed. remittance. Prerequisites Define receipt classes Define payment methods Define receipt sources Define profile options Open accounting periods Receipt Class:   • Define receipt classes to determine the required processing steps for receipts to which you assign payment methods with this class. If you enter No for all three of these steps. you must create and remit a direct debit. r1211i. For each receipt. and reconciliation. this status indicates the receipt belongs to a receipt class that requires remittance. placed on-account. then you must also remit. and left unapplied. if a receipt comes from an account with non-sufficient funds or if you want to re-enter and reapply it in Receivables. Receipt Status A receipt can have one of the following statuses: Approv ed: This receipt has been approved for automatic receipt creation.blogspot.6/3/13 R12 ORACLE APPS − Standard Receipt − Miscellaneous Receipt Recording Standard Receipt Use the Receipts window to enter new or query existing receipts. You can reverse a receipt when your customer stops payment on a receipt.in 59/87 . • You can specify any combination of these processing steps with one exception: if you confirm and reconcile. Confirmed: For manually entered receipts. confirm. This status is only valid for automatic receipts. Cleared: The payment of this receipt was transferred to your bank account and the bank statement has been reconciled within Receivables. Remitted: This receipt has been remitted. this status indicates the receipt has been confirmed.

Standard and Factoring: Choose this method if you want Receivables to select receipts assigned to this receipt class for remittance regardless of the batch remittance method. • If you choose Manual. Oracle Receivables N Setup Receipt Receipt Class The follow ing screen w ill appear 2. Choose one of the following methods:   Standard: Use the remittance account for automatic receipts or for standard bills receivable assigned to a payment method with this receipt class. receipts using this receipt class must either be entered manually in the Receipts or QuickCash window. Choose a Creation Method. To require receipts created using a payment method assigned to this receipt class to be reconciled before posting them to your cash account in the general ledger. The remittance method determines the accounts that Receivables uses for automatic receipts that you create using payment methods to which you assign this receipt class.in 60/87 . choose one of the following Clearance Methods: r1211i. you can create receipts with this receipt class using the Automatic Receipt program. Choose a Remittance Method. Enter a unique Name for your Receipt Class.6/3/13 R12 ORACLE APPS • Receivables uses the payment method you assign to a receipt class to determine how to account for receipts you create using this receipt class. you can specify either of these remittance methods when creating your remittance batches. No Remittance: Choose this method if you do not require receipts assigned to this receipt class to be remitted. 3. • If you choose Automatic.blogspot. 4. 5. In this case. To define a receipt class: 1. Factoring: Use the factoring account for automatic receipts or for factored bills receivable assigned to a payment method with this receipt class. Navigate to the Receipt Classes window. or imported into Receivables using AutoLockbox.

but only one bank account can be the primary account for each currency. You can then assign your payment methods to your receipt sources to use with your AutoLockbox and manually entered receipts. By Automatic Clearing: Choose this method to clear receipts using the Automatic Clearing program. (Receipts using this method can also be cleared in Oracle Cash Management. Do not check this box if you want Receivables to generate unique debit memo numbers automatically. • You can assign multiple remittance banks to each payment method.6/3/13 R12 ORACLE APPS Directly: Choose this method if you do not expect the receipts to be remitted to the bank and subsequently cleared. See: Automatic Clearing for Receipts. These receipts will be assumed to be cleared at the time of receipt entry and will require no further processing. Enter a unique Name for your payment method. Enter the Payment Method to assign to this receipt class. then enter how you want this payment method to be printed on your statements in the Printed Name field. Oracle Receivables N Setup Receipt Receipt Class B. check the Receipt Inherit Invoice Number box. Query or enter the receipt class to assign to this payment method. To define a payment method: A. you must define all of your receipt accounts. If the receipt class associated with this payment method has an Automatic creation method. Navigate to the Receipt Classes window. Do not check this box if you want Receivables to generate document numbers for Automatic Receipts r1211i. At least one of these remittance banks must be primary.in 61/87 . This option helps you track Automatic Receipts. C. Payment Method : • Receivables uses payment methods to account for your receipt entries and applications. To ensure that the receipt number is always the same as the transaction number to which it is applied.) By Matching: Choose this method if you want to clear your receipts manually in Oracle Cash Management.blogspot. To assign the same transaction number to the debit memo generated when you create a debit memo reversal. then you must enter at least one remittance bank per currency. F. 6. • If you remit receipts in several currencies for a single payment method. check the Debit Memo Inherit Receipt Number box. For each remittance bank branch account assigned to a payment method. D. Payment methods also determine a customer's remittance bank information. The default Printed Name is the payment method name. enter a Number of Receipts Rule (see Number of Receipts Rules above). Choosing this method is the same as setting Require Bank Clearance to No in previous releases of Receivables. E.

Receivables displays this source in the Receipt Batches window when you create your receipt batches. and remittance bank account fields for receipts you add to a receipt batch. Receipt Confirmation. and Bills Receivable account information you assigned to the payment method for this batch source. Receivables uses this rule to pay invoices that have different due dates with a single receipt using this payment method.blogspot. enter a Bank Account. Receivables provides one standard receipt print program to format the output of your payment selection and creation programs when you physically create the receipt document. 7. Unapplied Receipts. 5. Remittance. Factoring. • When you select a receipt batch source to enter receipts. this payment method will be active indefinitely. If you specify a default receipt batch source. G. I. Enter a Receipt Class. If you need a different receipt print program format. The payment method determines the accounting for your automatic and manual receipts.. Oracle Receiv ables N Setup Receipt Receipt Source 3. Choose Bank Account 8. you must copy this standard receipt print program. Navigate to the Receipt Sources window. but you can change it. The payment method accounts for the receipt entries and applications you make using this receipt batch source To define a Receipt Source: 1. To associate a remittance bank with this receipt batch source. H. J. Enter the range of Effective Dates for this payment method. Bank Charges. Save your work. enter a Payment Method (optional). On-Account Receipts. Receivables automatically uses the Cash. Enter a Receipt Maturity Date Rule. payment method. A remittance bank account is the bank to which you will remit receipts created using this receipt batch source. Enter Latest if you want the maturity date to be the latest due date of all of the invoices that your receipt covers. If you entered a Receipt Class. Earned and Unearned Discounts. 4. r1211i. and modify it accordingly. Short Term Debt. Enter the Automatic Print Program for transmissions using this payment method.6/3/13 R12 ORACLE APPS assigned to this receipt class and payment method.in 62/87 . K. Unidentified Receipts. Enter Earliest if you want the receipt maturity date to be the earliest due date of all of the invoices that your receipt covers. The default start date is the current date. choose Bank accounts from Receipt Class Workbench   Receipt Source: • Define receipt batch sources to provide default values for the receipt class. If you do not enter an end date. After defining the bank details. • You can specify a default receipt batch source when defining the profile option AR: Receipt Batch Source. Specify a number of Lead Days. Lead days indicate the number of days before the invoice due date that an invoice can be selected for application by the Automatic Receipts program using this payment method.

Go to Tools / View Accounting 6. The following Journal Entry will be created by the system 12. Enter the Receipt Amount 4. Select the payment method from the List of Value 2. Save your work. Select the payment method from the List of Value 2. Save the record 5. Recording Standard Receipt (Cash Receipt) 1. choose Automatic Batch Numbering. Enter the Receipt number. enter a last number of 999. The following Journal Entry will be created by the system 1. 15. Navigate to the Receipts window. 8. To have Receivables automatically assign sequential batch numbers to receipt batches you create using this source. If you chose Automatic Batch Numbering. 8. Select the invoice number from the list of value under "Apply To" Enter the Apply date Save the record Go to Tools / View Accounting to view the Journal Entry Miscellaneous Receipt • Non-invoice related transactions such as investment and interest income are known as miscellaneous transactions in Receivables.in 63/87 . • Receivables uses distribution sets that you define to account for miscellaneous transactions. 3. Enter the range of dates that this receipt batch source will be active. • Use the Receipts or Receipts Summary window to enter your miscellaneous transactions.   To enter a miscellaneous transaction: 1. Enter the Receipt Amount 4. 7. 13. choose Manual Batch Numbering. Navigate to Receipt window Oracle Receivables N Receipts Receipts 2. For example. enter the Last Number you want Receivables to use when numbering your receipt batches. Enter the Receipt number. To manually enter batch numbers for receipt batches you create using this source. A. 3. The following screen will appear in the Receipt Workbench 1. Go to Tools / View Accounting 6.blogspot. Oracle Receivables Receipt / Receipt r1211i. to number receipt batches using this source starting with 1000. Save the record 5. 9. 14.6/3/13 R12 ORACLE APPS 6.

or choose one from the list of values. However. Save your work. 5. choose Distributions.6/3/13 R12 ORACLE APPS The following screen will appear:   2. Receipt Amount. Enter transaction information.in 64/87 . and Payment Method. the default is the last date of the most recent open period. The batch GL Date provides the default GL Date. and correspond with customers by recording customer calls. Choose a Receipt Type of 'Miscellaneous. GL Date. including Receipt Number. the default is the current date. If there is no batch information. Enter an Activity.' The Receivables Activity determines the default distribution set and accounting for this transaction. The follow ing can be v iew ed through Collection Workbench: Customer Calls Customer Accounts Aging Correspondence with the Customer Transaction overview r1211i. 4.' 3. Collection w orkbench Ov erv iew Collections Workbench window is used to view information about your customers' transactions and account balances in a variety of ways. To review or update the distribution set and general ledger account information for this transaction. place items in dispute. Currency. This is also used to place a customer account on credit hold. if the current date is not in an open period. 6. view the dunning history for a transaction. You can enter any Receivables Activity with a type of 'Miscellaneous Cash.blogspot. Collections T his explains how to review customer accounts and perform collection activities such as recording customer calls and printing dunning letters.

Oracle Receivables N Collections Customer Calls The following screen will appear: 2. enter the Promise Date and Amount and the Forecast Date and percent you expect to collect.6/3/13 R12 ORACLE APPS Customer Calls: Whenever a customer is contacted for his past due. 6.in 65/87 .. The default currency for the Promise Amount is your functional currency. Enter the Outcome of this call. 4. 7. or have already sent payment for the invoice in question. If the customer promises to pay. Enter the Collector for this customer. r1211i. Enter the contact's Name and Phone Number. then enter your customer's response. 5. choose Actions. you create a record of the contact and can recommend any further collection action. Save your work.   To record a basic customer call: 1. You can also use the Customer Calls window to place amounts in dispute and review previous calls made to your customers. Enter either the customer Name or Number. By entering details about your conversation. or select from the list of values. Navigate to the Customer Calls window. To enter a call action against this customer or location. or select from the list of values. 9. 8. 3. Customer Accounts: The total amount overdue for a customer or customers can be viewed from the Account Summary window. You can view all transactions that are past due for a specific customer in the Account Details window. Open the Response tabbed region. never received the goods or services that were ordered.blogspot. the Customer Calls window can be used to record the results of your conversation. By speaking with a customer you may learn that they were incorrectly billed.

in 66/87 . open the Key Indicators tabbed region. enter a Collector. Choose Find. finance charges. To view the total number and amount of on time. Navigate to the Customer Accounts window. Enter selection criteria in the Find Customer Accounts window. Receivables uses the following formula to determine the number of days past due for each transaction:   r1211i. choose an Amount Type of Original Amount. To limit your query. Credit Limits. For example. onaccount credits. For example. Leave a field blank if you do not want to limit your query to accounts matching that criteria. Receivables calculates and displays the total outstanding amount and the credits not aged for unapplied cash.6/3/13 R12 ORACLE APPS To display a customer's account information in summary form: 1.blogspot. or the low and high values of outstanding Balances. If you do not choose an Amount Type. Receivables select a transaction for aging if its GL date is before or the same as the current date. To view transaction totals by their entered amounts. To v iew the total number and amount of a customer's transactions in summary form: 1. 3. a range of Periods. press and hold the Shift key. you can define an aging bucket that includes all debit items that are 1 to 30 days past due. 4. late. account Status. 2. enter selection criteria. select a period. non-sufficient funds (NSF). or Amount Type to select only those transactions. Oracle Receivables N Collections Customer Calls The following screen will appear: 2. For example. on-account cash. choose an Amount Type of Amount Due Remaining. Choose Find. select a different period. When you view your customer balances by aging bucket. or Amounts Past Due to view only those accounts. and cash claims. 3. Enter the Customer Name or Number to view in the Find Account Overview window. To view transaction totals for more than one period. To view transactions for a different period. transaction Status. You can modify your display by specifying an aging bucket or by choosing to age or summarize open credits. Navigate to the Account Overview window. enter a Customer Name or Number. Leave a field blank if you do not want to limit your query to transactions matching that criteria. Open Credits. To view transaction totals by the amount due. AGING: Receivables lets you view your customer's outstanding account balances by aging bucket. and discounts for this customer. then select another period. Once selected for aging. Receivables displays transactions by the amount due. Aging buckets are time periods in which you age and can review your debit items.

N Collections Aging The following screen will appear: 2. Choose Find. You can view all previous contact with your customers. or Amounts Past Due to view only those accounts. Enter selection criteria in the Find Customer Accounts window. Correspondence: Regular correspondence is an effective way to create and maintain good relationships with your customers.(Due Date) = Days Past Due To View a Customer’s outstanding account balance by aging bucket: 1. Choose Find. Select the account to view. 6. To modify your display. Receivables provide three ways to correspond with your customers: printing account statements. r1211i. and making customer calls. Navigate to the Correspondence window. To View previous customer correspondence: 1.blogspot. 3. 7. To limit your display to only certain accounts. enter a Collector. 3. and then enter selection criteria. For example.6/3/13 R12 ORACLE APPS (Current Date) . and account statements in this window. Choose Find.in 67/87 . Open Credits. then choose Account Details. enter selection criteria. and then choose Aging. Receivables let you view all previous customer correspondence in the Correspondence window. 4. printing dunning letters. account Status. or the low and high values of outstanding Balances. Navigate to the Customer Accounts window. N Collections Correspondence 2. 5. select the bucket to view. To view past due transactions within a specific aging bucket. including dunning letters. Credit Limits. customer calls. Leave a field blank if you do not want to limit your query to accounts matching that criteria. choose Find from the Query menu.

then open the Statements tabbed region. GL-Interface program needs to be run. select the account. Verify all accounts receivable transactions have been entered for the fiscal period. Verify all payments received have been deposited. See the request in view – request window.   Accounting Entries in Oracle Receivables r1211i.   2. Interfaces. Transfer the accounts receivable transactions to the General Ledger.blogspot. N ・ィ Controls ・ィ Accounting ・ィ Open / Close Periods Open / Close Accounting Periods TRANSFER TO GENERAL LEDGER: • To transfer the transactions to the General Ledger Module and to create Journal Entries in the General Ledger Module. Closing Accounting Periods Procedures: 1. To view dunning letters sent to a customer. 3. Click submit. select the account. Verify all deposits have been applied. Give GL dates 2.in 68/87 . Close Accounts Receivable for the period. Verify all transactions are complete. then open the Dunning Letters tabbed region.general ledger 1. Verify all cash application adjustments have been made.6/3/13 R12 ORACLE APPS To view a list of statements generated for a customer. N ・ィ Interfaces ・ィ General Ledger Run General Ledger Interface 3.

or chargeback through the Credit Transactions window. tax.6/3/13 R12 ORACLE APPS This essay describes the accounting entries created when you enter transactions in Receivables using the Accrual method of accounting. Receivables creates default accounts for revenue. Transactions Invoice Credit Memo Invoices: When you enter a regular invoice through the Transactions window. Receivables creates the following journal entry: Dr.blogspot. debit memo. finance charges. freight. and Auto Invoice clearing (suspense) accounts using the information specified in your Auto Accounting structure . receivable. Receivables creates the following journal entry: DR Revenue DR Tax (if you credit tax) DR Freight (if you credit freight) CR Receivables (Credit Memo) DR Receivables (Credit Memo) CR Receivables (Invoice) Receipts r1211i. Receivables CR Revenue CR Tax (if you charge tax) CR Freight (if you charge freight) Credit Memos When you credit an invoice. unearned revenue. unbilled receivable.in 69/87 .

blogspot. Receivables creates the following journal entry: DR Cash DR Unapplied Cash CR Unapplied Cash CR Receivables   When you enter an unidentified receipt. Receivables creates the following journal entry: DR Receivables CR Revenue DR Cash CR Receivables DR Earned/Unearned Discount r1211i.6/3/13 R12 ORACLE APPS A. Cash Receipt (Without Remittance) When you enter a receipt.in 70/87 . Receivables creates the following journal entries: DR Cash CR Receivables When you fully apply a receipt to an invoice. Receivables creates the following journal entry: DR Cash CR Unapplied DR Unapplied CR On-Account When your receipt includes a discount. Receivables creates the following journal entry: DR Cash CR Unidentified When you enter an on-account receipt.

in 71/87 .6/3/13 R12 ORACLE APPS CR Receivables Receivables uses the default Cash. On-Account. Unapplied. Unearned. When you enter a receipt and combine it with a positive adjustment. Receivables creates the following journal entry: DR Cash CR Unapplied Cash To close the receivable on the credit memo and increase the unapplied cash balance. and Earned accounts that you specified in the Remittance Banks window for this receipt class. Unidentified. When you enter a receipt and combine it with an on-account credit (which increases the balance of the receipt).blogspot. Receivables creates the following journal entries: DR Cash CR Receivables (Invoice) DR Receivables (Invoice) CR Write-Off When you write off the unapplied amount on a receipt. Receivables creates the following journal entry: DR Receivables CR Unapplied Cash When you enter a receipt and combine it with a negative adjustment. Receivables creates the following journal entries: DR Unapplied Cash r1211i. Receivables creates the following journal entries: DR Cash CR Receivables (Invoice) DR Write-Off CR Receivables (Invoice) Note: You set up a Write-Off account w hen defining your Receiv ables Activ ity.

6/3/13 R12 ORACLE APPS CR Write-off                 Posted 26th December 2012 by Virat Sharma 0 Add a comment E n t e ry o u rc o m m e n t .Payment Process Request information (11i is r1211i. . Comment as: Google Account Publish Preview 21st November 2012 New IBY tables in R12: R12 Vs 11i IBY_PAY_SERVICE_REQUESTS .blogspot. .in 72/87 .

6/3/13 R12 ORACLE APPS known as Payment Batch) IBY_PAY_INSTRUCTIONS_ALL .Invoice information stored by IBY for generating payment IBY_PAYMENTS_ALL Payment Information Following tables are used in PPR in R12. AP_INV_SELECTION_CRITERIA_ALL AP_SELECTED_INVOICES_ALL Following AP tables are still in use in R12 to store payment related information.blogspot. r1211i.Payment Instruction information IBY_DOC_PAYABLES_ALL .in 73/87 .These were used in 11i for payment batches also. AP_INVOICE_PAYMENTS_ALL AP_CHECKS_ALL AP_PAYMENT_HISTORY_ALL Bank Accounts Functionality moved to Cash Management.

stores Payee (supplier) information.Party site data for the supplier sites.replaces PO_VENDORS AP_SUPPLIER_SITES_ALL.in 74/87 . HZ_PARTY_SITES . HZ_PARTIES .ap_chrg_allocations_all is obsolete in R12 r1211i.blogspot.replaces PO_VENDOR_SITES_ALL Additional supplier related tables in IBY(Payments) and HZ(TCA): IBY_EXTERNAL_PAYEES_ALL .Party data for the suppliers.6/3/13 R12 ORACLE APPS CE_BANK_ACCOUNTS replaces AP_BANK_ACCOUNTS_ALL CE_BANK_ACCT_USES_ALL replaces AP_BANK_ACCOUNT_USES_ALL CE_PAYMENT_DOCUMENTS AP_CHECK_STOCKS_ALL Suppliers New R12 tables -> Old 11i Tables AP_SUPPLIERS . Invoices Additional table in R12: AP_INVOICE_LINES_ALL Allocations .

in 75/87 .Tax determination factors for the invoice (trx_id = invoice_id) Accounting Functionality moved to Sub Ledger Accounting (SLA) New XLA R12 tables: XLA_EVENTS -> replaces AP_ACOCUNTING_EVENTS_ALL XLA_AE_HEADERS -> replaces AP_AE_HEADERS_ALL XLA_AE_LINES-> replaces AP_AE_LINES_ALL XLA_DISTRIBUTION_LINKS New Trial Balance tables in R12 XLA_TRIAL_BALANCES r1211i.Summary tax lines for the invoice (trx_id = invoice_id) ZX_REC_NREC_DIST .Tax distributions for the invoice (trx_id = invoice_id) ZX_LINES_DET_FACTORS .6/3/13 R12 ORACLE APPS Taxes Functionality provided by E-Business Tax New Tax tables in R12 ZX_LINES .blogspot.Detailed Tax lines for the invoice (trx_id = invoice_id) ZX_LINES_SUMMARY .

in 76/87 . AP) and Legal Entity (Treasury). IBY_EXTERNAL_PAYEES_ALL : This stores supplier information and customer information IBY_EXT_BANK_ACCOUNTS : This storage for bank accounts IBY_EXT_PARTY_PMT_MTHDS: This storage for payment method usage rules. These records have bank_account_type = Supplier IBY_ACCOUNT_OWNERS :stores the joint account owners of a bank account IBY_PMT_INSTR_USES_ALL : This stores data from AP_BANK_ACCOUNT_USES_ALL for payment instruments assignments .6/3/13 R12 ORACLE APPS AP_LIABILITY_BALANCE-> not used in new R12 transactions AP_TRIAL_BALANCE -> not used in new R12 transactions Posted 21st November 2012 by Virat Sharma 0 Add a comment 20th November 2012 R12 Payment Tables The new table which hold the bank information are as: 1. CE_BANK_ACCOUNT:stores bank account attributes 2. CE_BANK_ACCT_USES_ALL : This stores the bank account use attributes specific to Operating Unit (AR. IBY_CREDITCARD : stores the credit card information for a customer IBY_EXT_BANK_ACCOUNTS: This Stores external bank accounts. Posted 20th November 2012 by Virat Sharma 0 Add a comment r1211i. CE_GL_ACCOUNTS_CCID :The accounting data pertaining to the bank account use will be stored in the table. 3.blogspot.

blogspot.6/3/13 R12 ORACLE APPS 20th November 2012 PO_HEADERS_ALL PO_LINES_ALL PO_DISTRIBUTIONS_ALL PO_LINE_LOCATIONS_ALL PO_REQUISITION_HEADERS_ALL PO_REQUISITION_LINES_ALL PO_REQ_DISTRIBUTIONS_ALL PO_VENDORS PO_VENDOR_SITES_ALL PO_VENDOR_CONTACTS PO_RELEASES_ALL RCV_SHIPMENT_HEADERS RCV_SHIPMENT_LINES RCV_TRANSACTIONS Purchasing Tables New PO Tables introduced in R12 : PO_ATTR_VALUES_ARCHIVE PO_ATTR_VALUES_INTERFACE PO_ATTR_VALUES_TLP_ARCHIVE PO_ATTR_VALUES_TLP_INTERFACE PO_ATTRIBUTE_VALUES PO_ATTRIBUTE_VALUES_DRAFT PO_ATTRIBUTE_VALUES_TLP PO_ATTRIBUTE_VALUES_TLP_DRAFT PO_BC_DISTRIBUTIONS PO_CHANGE_ORDER_TOLERANCES_ALL PO_DISTRIBUTIONS_DRAFT_ALL PO_DOC_STYLE_HEADERS PO_DOC_STYLE_LINES_B PO_DOC_STYLE_LINES_TL r1211i.in 77/87 .

in 78/87 .6/3/13 R12 ORACLE APPS PO_DOC_STYLE_VALUES PO_DOCUMENT_TOTALS_GT PO_DRAFTS PO_GA_ORG_ASSIGN_DRAFT PO_HEADERS_DRAFT_ALL PO_LINE_LOCATIONS_DRAFT_ALL PO_LINE_LOCATIONS_INTERFACE PO_LINES_DRAFT_ALL PO_NOTIFICATION_CTRL_DRAFT PO_PRICE_DIFF_DRAFT PO_RCV_CHARGE_ALLOCATIONS PO_RCV_CHARGES PO_VALIDATION_RESULTS_GT PO_VENDOR_CONTACTS_OBS PO_VENDOR_SITES_OBS PO_VENDORS_OBS PO_WF_USER_TMP RCV_CHARGES_INTERFACE Changes in R12: Un Changed = 180 New Tables = 33 Deleted = 6 Posted 20th November 2012 by Virat Sharma 0 Add a comment r1211i.blogspot.

AR_DEFERRAL_REASONS AR_DEFERRED_LINES_ALL AR_RDR_PARAMETERS_GT AR_REVIEWED_LINES_GT Revenue Deferral Reasons Revenue Deferral Reasons Revenue Deferral Reasons Revenue Deferral Reasons Changed Tables in R12 Receivables Table Names AR_RECEIPT_METHODS RA_BATCH_SOURCES_ALL AR_MEMO_LINES AR_CASH_RECEIPTS_ALL Feature Area Revenue Deferral Reasons Revenue Deferral Reasons Added tax_product_category to support EBusiness Tax uptake Added Payment extension identifier and obsoleted. renamed column remittance_bank_account_id to remit_bank_acct_use_id. Renamed columns remittance_bank_account_id to remit_bank_acct_use_id. Added Payment extension identifier and Payment Attributes.address_verification_code. address_verification_code. added legal_entity_id column.obsoleted payment_server_order_num. approval_code.in 79/87 .blogspot. added legal_entity_id column. payment_server_order_num.6/3/13 R12 ORACLE APPS 16th November 2012 New Tables in R12 Receivables Receivable Tables Table Names AR_REC_TRX_LE_DETAILS_ALL Feature Area Added detail level table under AR_RECEIVABLES_TRX_ALL to record the relationship between a receivables activity and the sets of asset and liability tax codes by legal entity. approval_code. RA_CUSTOMER_TRX_ALL RA_CUSTOMER_TRX_LINES_ALL Added numerous columns to support Er1211i.

Added Payment extension identifier RA_BATCH_SOURCES_ALL HZ_CUST_SITE_USES Obsoleted invalid_tax_rate_rule column Migrated tax_code. AR_MEMO_LINES Invoice Lines.6/3/13 R12 ORACLE APPS Business Tax and line-level Ship To. and tax_classification to ZX_PARTY_TAX_PROFILE and ZX_REGISTRATIONS tables. eBusiness Tax. eBusiness Tax… AP_INV_APRVL_HIST_ALL Holds resolution workflow Hold_ID column was added. Number of columns were added to this table due to almost all the projects done for R12. tax_reference.blogspot. for list of columns added please refer to the TDD of the respective projects. SLA. tax_header_level_flag.in 80/87 . Complex Work POs… Numerous columns were added to this table due to almost all the projects done for R12. for list of columns added please refer to the TDD of the respective projects. RA_CUSTOMER_TRX_LINES_ALL Invoice Lines. IBY_EXTERNAL_PAYEES_ALL IBY_PMT_INSTR_USES_ALL AP_ALLOCATION_RULES AP_ALLOCATION_RULE_LINES AP_ALLOCATION_RULE_LINES_GT Payee (Trading Partner Info for paying invoices Used for Remit to Bank Accounts Invoice Lines Invoice Lines Glob al Temp Tab le for Invoice Lines – Allocations Posted 16th November 2012 by Virat Sharma 0 Add a comment r1211i. Payments.

Payments. SLA. Complex Work POs… to the TDD of the respective projects.6/3/13 R12 ORACLE APPS 16th November 2012 New Tables in R12 Payables Table Names Payable Tables Feature Area AP_INVOICE_LINES_ALL Invoice Lines CE_BANK_ACCOUNTS CE_PAYMENT_DOCUMENTS Internal Bank Accounts Payment Documents to be used for Printed type Payments IBY_EXTERNAL_PAYEES_ALL IBY_PMT_INSTR_USES_ALL Payee (Trading Partner Info for paying invoices Used for Remit to Bank Accounts AP_ALLOCATION_RULES AP_ALLOCATION_RULE_LINES AP_ALLOCATION_RULE_LINES_GT Invoice Lines Invoice Lines Global Temp Table for Invoice Lines – Allocations AP_PRODUCT_REGISTRATIONS AP_PRODUCT_SETUP AP_TOLERANCE_TEMPLATES AP_NEGOTIATION_HIST AP_NEGOTIATION_HIST Invoice Lines Multi Org Access Control Support of complex PO Contracts Invoice Requests Holds Resolution Workflow AP_SELF_ASSESSED_TAX_DIST_ALL E-Business Tax Changed Tables in R12 Payables Table Name Feature Area Invoice Lines. for list of columns added please refer AP_INVOICES_ALL eBusiness Tax. Description of change Numerous columns were added to this table due to almost all the projects done for R12.blogspot.in 81/87 . r1211i.

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R12 ORACLE APPS

Invoice Lines, AP_INVOICE_DISTRIBUTIONS_ALL eBusiness Tax…

Number of columns were added to this table due to almost all the projects done for R12, for list of columns added please refer to the TDD of the respective projects.

Holds resolution AP_INV_APRVL_HIST_ALL workflow

Hold_ID column was added.

Payables Payments AP_CHECKS_ALL Data

Some new columns are added to AP_CHECKS_ALL table for maintaining real time synchronization with Oracle Payments and Cash Managements. Some existing columns from the same tables have been made obsolete.

Holds Resolution AP_HOLDS_ALL Workflow

New Columns Added were: Hold_id and wf_status.

Holds Resolution AP_HOLD_CODES Workflow

New Columns Added were: hold_instruction, wait_before_notify_days, reminder_days

Holds Resolution and This will be used to record history for both Invoice Approval AP_INV_APRVL_HIST_ALL Workflow the Invoice level Approvals and Invoice Line level approvals. New Columns Added were:line_number, hold_id and history_type

Invoice Approval AP_APINV_APPROVERS Workflow

New Columns Added :child_process_item_key, child_process_item_type, item_type and item_key.

[http://www.blogger.com/] Obsolete Tables

Table Name
AP_BANK_BRANCHES
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Replaced By

Bank/Bank CE_BANK_BRANCHES_V
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Branches

Bank Accounts AP_BANK_ACCOUNTS_ALL including Internal and External

CE_BANK_USES_OU_V/IBY_EXT_BANK_ACCOUNTS_V

Remit to AP_BANK_ACCOUNTS_USES_ALL Bank Account Uses

Payments AP_CHECK_STOCKS_ALL Documents CE_PAYMENT_DOCUMENTS

Payments AP_CHECK_FORMATS Format

AP_TAX_RECVRY_RULES_ALL AP_TAX_RECVRY_RATES_ALL

Tax Tax

Replaced by relevant EBTax tables/views. Replaced by relevant EBTax tables/views.

Invoice AP_CHRG_ALLOCATIONS_ALL Lines Allocations

This feature is replaced by distributions itself, distributions itself represent the allocation of charges.

AP_TAX_DERIVATIONS

Tax

Replaced by relevant EBTax tables/views.

Invoice AP_LINE_APRVL_HIST_ALL Approval Workflow

AP_INV_APRVL_HIST_ALL

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394692.1 R12 Documentation Resources

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740964.1 Advisor Webcast Archived Recordings 740966.1 Advisor Webcast Current Schedule 603505.1 The recorded training is available from Links to Recorded Training
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Receipts and Lockbox: 745996.1 R12 Whitepaper: Automatic Receipts - A Complete Guide for Oracle Receivables Users 549373.1 Suppliers and Customers Referring to the Same Entity have Two Rows in HZ_PARTIES 550539.1 Can the TCA Party of an Existing Customer be Used as the TCA Party for a Supplier? 136347.1 How does the "GL Date Type" Parameter work in Archive/Purge? 201363.1 AutoLockbox Overview White Paper 219854.1 Oracle Receivables Lockbox Troubleshooting Guide

AutoInvoice 1067402.1 AutoInvoice Setup for Release 12: A Case Study Using a Simple Script 733835.1 AutoInvoice FAQ for Release 12 1075757.1 AutoInvoice Troubleshooting Guide 1127413.1 Understanding and Troubleshooting AutoInvoice Purge 279423.1 How to Schedule AutoInvoice to Run on a Periodic Basis 1228525.1 Import and Troubleshoot Distributions in AutoInvoice Using ra_interface_distributio ns_all 1116934.1 How To Setup And Troubleshoot Invoicing Rules and Accounting Rules 1195997.1 Description and Usage of Fields in ra_interface_lines table. 1127399.1 Script to call Autoinvoice Import Program RAXTRX using fnd_request.submit_request in R12 197213.1 Autoinvoice Performance Is Slow. 1069294.1 Setting Up System Profile Options For AutoInvoice for details. 1067797.1 Setting Up Transaction Types In Receivables. 1069052.1 Setting Up AutoAccounting Rules In Receivables. 1068344.1 Setting Up Receivables Descriptive Flexfields. 1067965.1 How to Manage Line Ordering When Using Autoinvoice To Import. 1067993.1 How To Use Grouping Rules With AutoInvoice.
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1 Setting Up Receipt Class And Method For AutoInvoice.1 FAQ: Printing Documents: Invoices.1 How To Define Customers For Auto Invoice 1068052.1 Translated_description Not Getting Populated Into Interface Tables 370280. 1071284.1 How To Manage Receivables Accounting Periods.6 Raxinv_sel: ora-01009 missing parameter printing > 1 invoice 1096942. 145189.1 How To Manage Receivables System Options For AutoInvoice.1 Raxinv: Why Are Invoices Not Printing From Invoice Print ? 304344. and set of books ledger name. 1073185. 1069338.1 Xml Report Output Prints * Instead Of The Correct Value 169935.1 What are Flexible Invoice Print Views and How are They Used? 270462.1 How to define Freight as an Inventory Item r1211i. Invoice Print Program.1 Invoice Line Item.1 How to Setup a Remit-To Address in Release 12 Oracle Receivables Invoice Printing 402458.1 How To Print Tax Information On An Invoice 335951. 1069049.blogspot.rdf.1 Creating Transaction Sources Used For AutoInvoice.6/3/13 R12 ORACLE APPS 1068008. 1101666.1 How to resolve problems with RAXINV.1 Invoice Print Selected Invoices (RAXINV) shows Subtotal with shipping and Tax on one Invoice 559896.1 Troubleshooting Oracle ERP Apps Performance Issues 732193. 1071218.1 Invoice Print Program Includes Consolidated Billing Customers 160269.6 Is there a way to archive and purge customers in accounts receivable 1080128.1 Credit Memos Do Not Print 68149. The Discription Language Is Not Correct 304219.1 Show the value of org id beside the OU name.in 86/87 .1 How To Define Transaction Payment Terms In Receivables.1 How To Define Customer Profile Classes For AutoInvoice.1 Receivables Archive and Purge FAQ 1056392. 1069057. Statements and Dunning Letters 244952.1 Invoice Print Selected Invoices Completes With Warning 162268.1 RAXINV: How To Change Invoice Print Default Value for Parameter 296167.

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