Journal Reports

Dual Currency Journals Report Foreign Currency Journals Report Posted Journals Report Unposted Journals Report Error Journals Report Journal Batch Summary Report Journal Entry Report Journal Line Report Journals by Document Number Report Journal Day Book Report Journals Report with Subledger Detail Journals - Voucher Report Tax Journals Report Dual Currency Journals Report If you currently use Dual Currency and Weighted Average Rates, we recommend that you switch to Multiple Reporting Currencies (MRC) as soon as practicable. While General Ledger still includes the fields, setup options, programs, and reports needed to support those organizations that currently use Dual Currency and Weighted Average Rates, information about these features is no longer included in this user's guide. Also, MRC will completely replace Dual Currency in a future release of Oracle General Ledger.

Posting Status: Choose Posted to generate the Foreign Posted Journals Report showing all posted journals in your batch. or some other source document information that helps you to identify the origin of this journal. transaction date. Parameters When you request this report. In addition. Choose Unposted to generate the Foreign Unposted Journals Report showing all journals in your batch which have not been posted. . description. General Ledger prompts you to enter the following: Type: Choose Line Item to generate a report showing REFERENCE_1 from the GL_JE_LINES table. functional and statistical debit or credit amounts for each foreign currency journal line. You cannot choose your functional currency or STAT. you tried to post to an account for which posting is not allowed). and a grand total is provided for all of the debit and credit amounts included in your report. Currency: Choose any foreign currency for which you entered journals.ForeignCurrencyJournalsReports Review journal batches and associated journals for your posted. Totals are provided for all of the debit and credit amounts for each journal and for the batch(es). reference information. This field is optional only if you are not entering a Start/End Date. account. Note that if your error is due to a code combination violation (for example. an invoice date and number. Choose Source Item to generate a report showing REFERENCE_4 from the GL_JE_LINES table. a total is provided for your journal source(s). unposted or error journals entered in a foreign currency. and the foreign. possibly due to a control total violation or posting to a closed period. This report prints the line number. These references appear only if you used Journal Import and included a journal voucher number. You can run this report with line or source item reference information to help identify the origin of journals created by Journal Import. Period: (optional) Choose an accounting period in your calendar for which you entered foreign currency journals. Choose Error to generate the Foreign Error Journals Report showing all journals that errored out during the posting process. General Ledger prints the code combination error in place of the account.

Budget. transaction date. General Journals Reports The General Journals Report is available in three different formats. For manual journals to the current period or for journals created by feeder systems. Batch Effective Date: For manual journals to prior periods. description. In addition. General Ledger prints your actual balances followed your budget balances. The report prints the line number. line/source item. You can request a report of Posted Journals. Totals are provided for all journal lines within a journal. For manual journals to future periods. Each are described below. This information allows you to trace your transactions back to the original source. Selected Headings Refer to the selected heading descriptions below for additional information. This field is optional only if you are not entering a Period. Unposted Journals or Error Journals. if any.Start/End Date: (optional) For unposted and error journals. For posted journals. Journals you import have a source corresponding to your feeder system. Posted Journals Review your posted journal batches and the journals associated with each posted journal batch. enter the batch effective date range for which you want a report. enter the posting date range. Source: (optional) Choose the journal source for your batch. and a grand total is provided for all of the debit and credit amounts included in your report. the last day of the period you specified in your batch. associated with your journal line. Reference: Journal Import reference information according to the report type you specify. Batches originating within General Ledger include manual journal batches which have a source of Manual. General Ledger prompts you to enter the following: . and then your encumbrance balances. Batch Name: (optional) Choose any journal batch containing foreign currency journals. or Encumbrance to indicate the balance type of your batch. Balance: Actual. and all journals within a journal batch. totals are provided for your journal source. and formula journal batches which have a source of Recurring or MassAllocations. Units: statistical amount. account. the first day of the period you specified in your batch. the debit or credit amount. Parameters When you request this report. and the statistical amount for each journal line. the date on which the batch was created.

the report will include journal batches posted on any date. account. associated with your journal line. In addition. the report will include all posted journal batches which comply with the other parameters. REFERENCE_4 from the GL_JE_LINES table. Currency: Choose the functional currency for your set of books or STAT. Unposted Journals Review your unposted journal batches and their associated journals. or some other source document information that helps you to identify the origin of this journal. Selected Headings Refer to the selected heading descriptions below for additional information. if any. an invoice date and number. Batch Effective Date: For manual journals to prior periods. Units: statistical amount. Budget. Posting Status: Choose the Posted status. This information allows you to trace your transactions back to the original source. If you skip these fields. and finally your Encumbrance batches. line/source item. Totals are provided for all journal lines within a journal. Balance: Actual. If you leave this field blank. the report will include posted journal batches for all accounting periods. For manual journals to future periods. then your Budget batches. Source: (optional) Choose the journal entry source for your report. Period: (optional) Choose any accounting period in your calendar. Start/End Date: (optional) Enter the posting date range for your report. the first day of the period you specified in your batch.Type: Choose Line Item to generate a report showing REFERENCE_1 from the GL_JE_LINES table. Line/Source Item: If you chose the Line Item type. the date on which the batch was created. These references appear only if you used Journal Import and included a journal voucher number. transaction date. and all journals within a journal batch. General Ledger first prints your Actual batches. For manual journals to the current period or for journals created by feeder systems. or Encumbrance to indicate the type of batch. the last day of the period you specified in your batch. the debit or credit amount. Choose Source Item to generate a report showing REFERENCE_4 from the GL_JE_LINES table. If you leave this field blank. If you chose the Source Item type. Batch Name: (optional) Choose any posted journal batch. prints REFERENCE_1 from the GL_JE_LINES table. If you leave this field blank. totals are . the report will include posted journal batches from all sources. description. and the statistical amount for each journal line. The report prints the line number.

Start/End Date: (optional) Enter the batch effective date range for your report. the date on which the batch was created. the last day of the period you specified in your batch. the report will include unposted journal batches from any date. and a grand total is provided for all of the debit and credit amounts included in your report. or some other source document information that helps you to identify the origin of this journal. Balance: Actual. or Encumbrance to indicate the type of batch. and finally your Encumbrance batches. if any. If you leave this field blank. If you leave this field blank. an invoice date and number. the report will include unposted journal batches for all accounting periods. Parameters When you request this report. General Ledger prompts you to enter the following: Type: Choose Line Item to generate a report showing REFERENCE_1 from the GL_JE_LINES table. the first day of the period you specified in your batch. REFERENCE_4 from the GL_JE_LINES table. Selected Headings Refer to the selected heading descriptions below for additional information. If you leave the start and end date blank. REFERENCE_1 from the GL_JE_LINES table. Batch Effective Date: For manual journals to prior periods. Period: (optional) Choose any accounting period in your calendar. Currency: Choose the functional currency for your set of books or STAT. For manual journals to future periods. These references appear only if you used Journal Import and included a journal voucher number. If you leave this field blank. Choose Source Item to generate a report showing REFERENCE_4 from the GL_JE_LINES table. Posting Status: Choose the Unposted status. associated with each journal line. Batch Name: (optional) Choose any unposted journal batch. Budget. the report will include all unposted journal batches which comply with the other parameters. Line/Source Item: If you chose the Line Item type. . the report will include unposted journal batches from all sources. General Ledger first prints your Actual batches. then your Budget batches. Units: statistical amount.provided for your journal source. Source: (optional) Choose the journal entry source for your report. If you chose the Source Item type. For manual journals to the current period or for journals created by feeder systems.

Selected Headings Refer to the selected heading descriptions below for additional information. Choose Source Item to generate a report showing REFERENCE_4 from the GL_JE_LINES table. . Period: (optional) Choose any accounting period in your calendar. For manual journals to the current period or for journals created by feeder systems. If you leave this field blank. Start/End Date: (optional) Enter the batch effective date range for your report. or some other source document information that helps you to identify the origin of this journal. If you leave this field blank. the debit or credit amount. Batch Name: (optional) Choose any error journal batch. and the statistical amount for each journal line. and a grand total is provided for all of the debit and credit amounts included in your report.Error Journals Review your error journal batches and their associated journals. the date on which the batch was created. Posting Status: Choose the Error status. These references appear only if you used Journal Import and included a journal voucher number. Currency: Choose the functional currency for your set of books or STAT. an invoice date and number. account. the last day of the period you specified in your batch. In addition. Batch Effective Date: For manual journals to prior periods. transaction date. the first day of the period you specified in your batch. If you leave the start and end date blank. The report prints the line number. the report will include error journal batches from all sources. line/source item. Totals are provided for all journal lines within a journal. the report will include error journal batches for all accounting periods. description. If you leave this field blank. the report will include all error journal batches which comply with the other parameters. and all journals within a journal entry batch. General Ledger prompts you to enter the following: Type: Choose Line Item to generate a report showing REFERENCE_1 from the GL_JE_LINES table. For manual journals to future periods. Parameters When you request this report. Journal batches become error journals if posting fails. This information allows you to trace your transactions back to the original source. the report will include error journal batches from any date. Source: (optional) Choose the journal source for your report. they do not lose their error status until they are posted successfully. totals are provided for your journal source.

Precision: Choose one of the following levels of precision: Class Level: Print a sub-total for each class. Budget. REFERENCE_4 from the GL_JE_LINES table. if any. or for each set of values of the three most significant digits of the account segment. or for each value of the most significant digit of the account segment. REFERENCE_1 from the GL_JE_LINES table. Start/End Date: Enter the effective date range for the journal lines for your report. General Ledger prints only journals entered in that currency. totals are provided for each journal category and a grand total for each balancing segment included in your report. The report provides information on your journal batches. leave this field blank if you want to report on all balancing segment values. or Encumbrance to indicate the type of batch. then your Budget batches. total entered debits and credits and sorts the information by journal batch within each journal entry category. associated with your journal line. and Group Level: Print sub-totals for each class. Balancing Segment: Enter the balancing segment value for which you want to report. batch and posting dates. subclass. a foreign currency. Or. or STAT.Balance: Actual. Class and Sub-class Level: Print sub-totals for each class and subclass. . For example. General Ledger first prints your Actual batches. Parameters When you request this report. the account segment values 4310 and 4450 belong to the same class (4) but different subclasses (43 and 44). If you chose the Source Item type. Units: statistical amount. Class. Sub-Class. General Ledger prompts you to enter the following: Currency Code: Enter the functional currency for your set of books. or for each pair of values of the two most significant digits of the account segment. Line/Source Item: If you chose the Line Item type. and finally your Encumbrance batches. while the account segment values 4520 and 4570 belong to the same subclass (45) but different groups (452 and 457). In addition. If you enter a foreign currency. source. Journal Batch Summary Report Review your posted journal batches for a particular balancing segment. currency and date range. and group.

reference. Credit: credit amount of the journal entry. category.Selected Headings Refer to the selected heading descriptions below for additional information. Start/End Account: Enter the range of account segment values for your report. The report prints the accounting date. balancing segment value. entered debit or credit amounts. a total is provided for each balancing segment included in your report and a grand total is provided for all the activity included in your report. Debit: debit amount of the journal entry. General Ledger prompts you to enter the following: Currency: Enter the functional currency for your set of books. Begin Total: beginning balance for each account segment value for each period in the range you specified. and range of account segment values. Parameters When you request this report. Journal Category Total: total debit and credit amounts for each journal entry category included in your report. <Balancing Segment>: (optional) Enter the balancing segment value for which you want to report. Or. <Balancing Segment> Total: total debit and credit amounts for each balancing segment value included in your report. net balance. Selected Headings Refer to the selected heading descriptions below for additional information. and account total for each journal. If you enter a foreign currency. Start/End Period: Enter the range of accounting periods for your report. journal name. . Journal Entry Report Review journal activity for a given period or range of periods. journal batch name. a foreign currency. Total Debit/Credit: total debit and credit amounts for each journal entry category within each journal batch. General Ledger prints only journals entered in that currency. leave this field blank if you want to report on all balancing segment values. currency. In addition. or STAT.

Currency Type: currency conversion type for each journal. Batch Date: date on which the batch was created. account. For each journal line. or STAT. for a particular journal category. grouped by batch. end total. <Balancing Segment>: (optional) Enter the balancing segment value for your report. Totals are provided for each journal and journal batch included in your report. and grand total. and accounted amounts. If you leave this field blank.Period Movements: debit and credit activity for each account segment value. End Total: ending debit and credit amounts for each account segment value for each period in the range you specified. journal line description. Begin/End Period: Enter the period range for your report. with a grand total for all of the activity included in your report. In addition. General Ledger prompts you to enter the following: Currency: (optional) Enter the functional currency for your set of books. <balancing segment> total. the report prints the transaction date. If you leave this field blank. Balance: net of debit and credit amounts corresponding with each period movement. Parameters When you request this report. Account Total: total debit and credit amounts for each account segment value. . entered amounts. Selected Headings Refer to the selected heading descriptions below for additional information. totals are provided for each journal category and for each balancing segment. the report includes journals against all balancing segment values. reference. <Balancing Segment> Total: total debit and credit amounts for each balancing segment value included in your report. Category: Enter the journal category for your report. a foreign currency. account total. Grand Total: total of the accounted debit and credit amounts for your report. currency and balancing segment value. Journal Line Report Review all of your journals. the report includes journals entered for all currencies.

General Ledger only prints additional information. The report also indicates which document numbers do not have an associated journal. Description: the description of your journal line. posting status. Parameters When you request this report. Accounting Flexfield: account segment values for each journal line. currency. Journals by Document Number Report Review detailed information for each journal associated with a specific document sequence. and journal category. journal entries are sorted by document number. and header name. Document Number From/To: (optional) Enter the range of document numbers for your report. General Ledger prompts you to enter the following: Sequence Name: Choose any document sequence defined for your set of books. category. batch name. Not Entered: No journal was entered with this document number. Deleted: The journal with this document number was deleted. Selected Headings Refer to the selected heading descriptions below for additional information. General Ledger prints journal entries in ascending order by accounting date. For each journal. journal name. For each accounting date. General Ledger prints the journals in ascending order by document number. the report will include all journals for the document sequence you choose. posted date. Status: one of the following statuses for each document number: Entered: There is a journal with this document number. General Ledger prints the . journal source.Date: date on which you entered your transaction. Journal Day Book Report Review posted journal entries and journal details chronologically by accounting date for a specified range of dates. batch name. for document numbers with the Entered status. such as creation date. If you leave these fields blank. the report prints the creation date. and journal amounts.

functional debit and credit amounts. You must use the Detail method when importing journal entries from your subledgers to General Ledger. journal source and category. description. Curr: the currency used to enter the original journal amounts. General Ledger prints the line number. document number. Start/End Account Date: the starting and ending accounting dates for which you want to print journals and journal details. Account: the account segment value and description for the detail journal line. account segment value and description. subledger document name and number. and cost center segment value.accounting date. Acct Date: the accounting date of the journal line. Selected Headings Refer to the selected heading descriptions below for additional information. and exchange rate. Parameters When you request this report. currency. Category: the journal category on which you want to report. Balancing Segment: the balancing segment on which you chose to report. Functional Credit: the detail journal line credit amount after being converted to your set of book's functional currency. . Exc Rate: the rate used to convert the entered journal amount into your set of book's functional currency. journal entry name. Prerequisites You must use document sequences in your Oracle subledger applications. Doc Number: the document number for each journal line. Source: the journal source on which you want to report. Functional Debit: the detail journal line debit amount after being converted to your set of book's functional currency. For each detail journal line. General Ledger prompts you to enter the following: Balancing Segment: the balancing segment on which you want to report.

header. expressed in the currency originally used to enter the journal. General Ledger document sequence and number. description. Accounted Dr/Cr (Journal): the journal debit or credit amount. batches. General Ledger also prints the total accounted debits and credits for the entire report. associated transaction. The report displays detail amounts in the entered and accounted currencies for the accounting dates. batch name. and entered and accounted debit and credit amounts.Journals Report with Subledger Detail Review the details of subledger activity related to the journals in a specified range of batches. Sort Order: Choose to sort the journal entry lines of your report by Document Sequence or Accounting Date. Entered Dr/Cr (Journal): the journal debit or credit amount. Parameters When you request this report. General Ledger starts a new page for every period in your range. line. For each journal entry line. document sequence. including the document sequence name and number. General Ledger transaction date. Sequence Name: specify a sequence name on which to report. the report also prints subledger details. and entered and accounted debit and credit amounts. currency. transaction number. Batch Name: the name of the batch to which the journal belongs. . Trx GL Date: the transaction's general ledger date. and document numbers that you request. exchange rate. line. transaction description. transaction date. Acct Date: the accounting date of the journal. From/To Document Number: specify a range of document numbers to include in your report. supplier or customer name and site. For each journal entry line. Selected Headings Refer to the selected heading descriptions below for additional information. the report prints the accounting date. From/To Batch: select a range of batch names on which to report. General Ledger prompts you to enter the following: From/To Accounting Date: Choose the accounting period range for your report. expressed in your set of book's functional currency.

expressed in your set of book's functional currency. Journals . journal entry name. Prerequisites You must use document sequences in your Oracle subledger applications. General Ledger prompts you to enter the following: . At the end of the voucher. journal category. and document sequence That fall within a specified range of starting and ending dates and document numbers. expressed in the currency originally used to enter the journal. unposted. period. account.Supplier/Customer Name: the supplier or customer name related to the journal. or "error" journals With a specified journal source. Transaction Number: the subledger transaction number. document number. journal source. and exchange rate. journal category. subledger document number. entered debit or credit amount. description. For each matching detail journal. Trx Date: the subledger transaction date. Parameters When you request this report.Voucher Report Use this report to print journal vouchers: o o o o From a specified journal batch For all posted. and description. A new page is started for each journal voucher. currency. rate type. Accounted Dr/Cr (Transaction): the transaction debit or credit amount. General Ledger prints a voucher that includes header information such as batch name. posting date. You must use the Detail method when importing journal entries from your subledgers to General Ledger. Entered Dr/Cr (Transaction): the transaction debit or credit amount. General Ledger prints the total entered debit and credit amounts. accounting date. account description. General Ledger prints the line number. For each detail journal line. subledger document name.

Account Date: the accounting date of the journal. these entries are the starting and ending accounting dates. Selected Headings Refer to the selected heading descriptions below for additional information. Source: the journal source on which you want to report. but may produce no results. Category: the journal category on which you want to report. Exchange Rate: the rate used to convert the entered journal amount into your set of book's functional currency.Posting Status: the posting status on which you want to report. Caution: General Ledger does not check your report parameters for conflicts. Entered Debit: the detail journal line debit amount as entered in the original currency. Period: the accounting period in which the journal was entered. For example. you will get no errors if the batch name you specify does not include the sequence numbers you specify. Sequence Name: the sequence name on which you want to report. Accounting Flexfield: the General Ledger account and description for the detail journal line. these entries are the starting and ending posting dates. You should carefully review your report output to ensure that it meets your expectations. Document Number: the document number for the journal. Batch Name: the batch name on which you want to report. If you select Unposted or Error as your posting status. Manually assigned document numbers will not work for this report. Start/End Posting/Account Date: the starting and ending posting or accounting dates for which you want to print journals and journal details. Posted Date: the date the journal was posted. . Note: These two parameters must be automatic document numbers assigned by General Ledger. or Error. You can enter Posted. Currency: the currency used to enter the original journal amounts. If you select Posted as your posting status. Start/End Sequence Number: the starting and ending document number to include in your report. Unposted. Your report will run.

Parameters When you request this report. General Ledger prompts you to enter the following: From/To Balancing Segment: the range of balancing segment values on which you want to report. Tax Code: choose the tax code on which you want to report. Unposted Journals. tax type. Tax Journals Report Use this report to verify your manually entered General Ledger tax journals. expressed in your set of book's functional currency. You run this report to review the journal taxable lines and the tax lines they generated. This report breaks on balancing segment. and tax code. Effective Date: the journal's effective date. Selected Headings Refer to the selected heading descriptions below for additional information.Taxable: the journal line amount that is to be taxed. Dr/Cr: an indicator of whether the functional amounts are debits or credits. This report calculates a subtotal for each journal entry. if Company is your balancing segment. or Error Journals. . and a grand total for all lines with a given tax code. Tax Type: choose to report on Input or Output tax types. From/To Effective Date: enter the range of effective dates to include in your report. Tax Accounting Flexfield: the account assigned to the specified tax code. for posted or unposted journals. Functional Amounts . Journal Name: the name of the journal containing taxable detail lines.Entered Credit: the detail journal line credit amount as entered in the original currency. This is the Oracle Receivables tax code or the Oracle Payables tax name. you can report on companies number 5 through 20. Taxable Accounting Flexfield: the account for the taxable journal line amount. Posting Status: you can report on Posted Journals. For example.

.Tax: the calculated tax on the journal line amount. Functional Amounts . Date: the date of the customer or vendor subledger item that contributed to the taxable journal amount. Identifier: an identifier associated with the subledger item that contributed to the taxable journal amount. expressed in your set of book's functional currency. Customer/Vendor Reference: the customer or vendor reference associated with the subledger item that contributed to the taxable journal amount. Customer/Vendor Name: the customer or vendor name associated with the subledger item that contributed to the taxable journal amount. expressed in your set of book's functional currency.Functional Amounts .Gross: the total of the taxable journal line amount and the calculated tax.