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Doc ID: Note:263707.1 Subject: Treasury Other Setup FAQ Type: FAQ Status: REVIEWED
ORACLE Treasury --------------Other Setup ----------FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS -------------------------18-Feb-2004

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CONTENTS -------1. Is there a way to add a new amount-type for ONC deal's type? 2. In setting up bank account interest setoffs - creating notional accounts for my company bank accounts, when clicking into the bank account setoff region the entire region is all greyed out. Why is this? 3. How do you setup and utilize the Company Parameters - 'Deal Import - FX Tolerance'? 4. Is Oracle Treasury secured at the operating level or the SOB level? 5. A customer does not use the Revaluation functionality of Treasury and uses a service provider to revalue thier deals based on market values. Would the only reason to upload daily rates to Treasury be for tolerance check? Is there any program that can copy from GL_DAILY_RATES table into XTR rates table? 6. What are the APIs in Treasury and what do they do?

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4. 3. The value of this parameter will determine how much the imported amount (in base currency) can deviate from the validation amount calculated by the deal import program. Is there a way to add a new amount-type for ONC deal's type? Answer -----RTMM is the only Treasury deal type where users can create their own amount types. Is Oracle Treasury secured at the operating level or the SOB level? Answer ------ . imported currency amounts are not stored with the precision defined by the Currency Details setup in Oracle Treasury.This is done through navigation Bank Accounts->Current Account Balances. the user needs to assign a portfolio to the bank accounts. In setting up bank account interest setoffs .FX Tolerance" was introduced.1. A portfolio is also required in order to create Journal Entry Actions to generate accounting entries for activity on a specific bank account such as Accruals. 2.creating notional accounts for my company bank accounts. the user cannot create amount types. etc. Only bank accounts to which the user defines a portfolio will show up on Bank Account Setoffs.FX Tolerance'? Answer -----BACKGROUND: This company parameter is optional and only used when importing foreign exchange deals through the open API feature. However.'Deal Import . first. Why is this? Answer -----You may also want to refer to the XTR user guide under setup 2-107. Revaluation. it provides some business examples. The value of this parameter can be set equal to zero or any whole positive number. Currency gain gains/losses. The functionality is such that bank accounts with the same bank code and currency as in the header region will be displayed in the Bank Account Setoffs region of the form. How do you setup and utilize the Company Parameters . when clicking into the bank account setoff region the entire region is all greyed out. PURPOSE: To rectify above issues. which show up in the Principal Type LOV under the Principal Adjustment tab on the RTMM deal form. including ONC deals. When importing FX deals through open API. For all other Treasury deal types. a new company-level parameter called Deal Import . deals are sometimes rejected when seemingly accurate amounts are deemed by the system incorrectly calculated for the given exchange rate. In addition to that.

G We have a development project to add other deal types: e. any view or report in treasury reporting currency will be using historic rates and therefore will not be accurate. Would the only reason to upload daily rates to Treasury be for tolerance check? Is there any program that can copy from GL_DAILY_RATES table into XTR rates table? Answer -----Besides the tolerance check in Treasury.G Intercompany Funding Transactions XTR. As part of that new GL feature.e. the current market rates (or treasury rates) are used in the Oracle Risk Management tool. So. bond and stock prices. there is the possibility to the opposite. Discounted Securities . From the about document on Metalink: GL Rate Integration . HCE rates are derived from current system rates. if you do not update spot rates.H Foreign Exchange Transactions XTR. and volatilities) from external service providers electronically. Oracle General Ledger has provided a similar open interface to populate their rates table for accounting purposes. 6.This feature allows you to now pass foreign exchange spot rates stored in Oracle Treasury to Oracle General Ledger. Within XTR a Legal Entity is assigned to a one XTR Company and XTR users are assigned to one/many XTR Companies.Oracle Treasury main security is at the Legal Entity level. This will be especially important if your treasury reporting currency is a high volatility one. What are the APIs in Treasury and what do they do? Answer -----There currently are Open Interface / API's for importing deals: Exposure Transactions in XTR. In this release. In the new release (XTR. HCE stands for "home currency equivalent" and is the treasury reporting currency as defined under Setup->System->System Parameters. A customer does not use the Revaluation functionality of Treasury and uses a service provider to revalue thier deals based on market values. i.g. Also note that. such as limits functionality. HCE amounts are deal amounts converted to treasury reporting currency equivalents by using HCE rates.J which is part of Financials Family Pack E which was released last week). 5. Oracle Treasury has already provided the capability to import FX rates (along with other market rates like interest rates. a concurrent program is introduced which can populate GL with foreign exchange rates already available in Oracle Treasury. spot rates affect any report or view that uses HCE rates and amounts .

Copyright © 2005. All rights reserved. Other deal types may be considered in future new releases. NI deal Type) as of the next patch set J release. XTR will support the import of Discount Securities deals. (i.e. . Legal Notices and Terms of Use. Oracle.It should also be noted. .

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