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How your users must specify General Ledger accounts on the Details tabbed region of the Lease

window or the Accounts Distribution tab of the Term Details window.


Accounting Option system option applies to revenue leases and subleases only.
All Terms
Normalized Terms Only
None:

2-Allow Tenancy Overlap within Lease


Allow users to assign a location to two tenants on the same lease.

3-Automatic Number Generation


Yes: to automatically assign unique values for:
Company Number
Recovery Agreement Number
Recovery Area Class Number
Recovery Expense
Rent Increase Number (no need)
Lease Number (Yes)
Variable Rent Number
Many of the reports created in Oracle Property Manager include lease numbers as parameters.
Using Automatic Number Generation makes it easier for users to specify a range of lease numbers
that they want to include in the report.

4-Automatic Space Distribution


Oracle Property Manager to automatically distribute space equally to all the occupants of a
particular location (Yes)

Or

Manually (NO)

5-Calculate Annualized Basis for Index Rent


How the annualized basis is calculated.
- Terms Active on the Basis Period End Date: The system calculates the
annualized basis using only those terms that exist at the end of the basis period.
- Terms Active in the Basis Period: The system calculates the annualized basis
using the terms that were active during the basis period.
6- Consolidated Recovery Terms
Yes: if you want Oracle Property Manager to create one consolidated recovery term with a single
total. All recovery lines use the term template specified in the recovery agreement to populate the
recovery term details.
No: a term detail line is created for each recovery line type and purpose. Oracle Property
Manager uses the corresponding billing term details from the main lease. If there is more than
one billing term with the same type and purpose, but with different billing details, the system
will use the details of the most recent term by default.

7- Default Landlord/Tenant View


Tenant
8- Default Location Area for Leases
Yes: The lease area values are set to the associated location's rentable, usable, and assignable
area by default.
No: The lease area values are blank.
9- Extend Index Rent Terms upon Lease Extension
Yes to extend associated Index Rent Terms automatically when the Lease Termination Date is
extended.
10- Include Terms as Rent Increase Basis by Default
Always include: Automatically includes qualifying terms in the basis of all rent increase
agreements associated with a lease.
11- Invoice Grouping Name
You can use the Invoice Grouping Name system option to specify the default invoice grouping
rule to be used with payment transactions
12- Legacy Cutoff Date
To specify a cutoff date for specific rent increase periods
For Rent Increase Periods with an Assessment Date less than or equal to the Cutoff
Date, the Backbill option will be ignored. Only recurring Payment or Billing Terms will be created
from the Assessment Date until the Lease Termination Date.

For Rent Increase Periods with an Assessment Date greater than the Cutoff date, payment or
billing terms will be created from the system date until the lease termination date and backbill
terms will be created for the Backbill option.
13- Location Code Separator
To define a separator for location code aliases. (Ex. -)
You can define a Location Code Separator only once for an operating unit.
14- Multiple Tenancy Lease
No
Yes: if you want to allow users to associate multiple leases to the same location for the same or
overlapping tenancy periods.

15- Recalculate Index Rent on Account Change


Yes: When you modify the account distributions of a lease, Oracle Property
Manager automatically recalculates the index rent amounts for the associated rent increase terms.
No: Rent increase term recalculation is disabled. Oracle Property Manager does not recalculate
rent increase amounts even when you run the PN - Calculate Rent
Increase Terms concurrent program or click Calculate All on the Rent Increase window.
16- Smallest Term Amount
To determines the smallest amount for which Oracle Property Manager creates rent increase
terms. Any value you specify is considered an absolute value. Therefore, if you specify 0.5, the
application does not create rent increase terms unless the amounts are beyond the 0.5 to -0.5
range. This system option does not have a default value.
17- Use SYSDATE to Record each Space Assignment
You can set the Use SYSDATE to Record each Space Assignment system option to Yes to allow
users to change space assignments only as of the system date. If you set this system option to No,
users can make retroactive changes to space assignments at any time, in addition to changes to
current and future dated space assignments.

Combinations of System Options for Customer Space Assignments


Allow Tenancy overlap within Lease: Yes
Multiple Tenancy Lease: Yes
Automatic Space Distribution: Yes

Allow Tenancy overlap within Lease: Yes


Multiple Tenancy Lease: Yes
Automatic Space Distribution: No

Allow Tenancy overlap within Lease: Yes


Multiple Tenancy Lease: No
Automatic Space Distribution: Yes

Allow Tenancy overlap within Lease: Yes

Multiple Tenancy Lease: No


Automatic Space Distribution: No

Allow Tenancy overlap within Lease: No


Multiple Tenancy Lease: Yes
Automatic Space Distribution: Yes

Allow Tenancy overlap within Lease: No


Multiple Tenancy Lease: Yes
Automatic Space Distribution: No

Allow Tenancy overlap within Lease: No


Multiple Tenancy Lease: No
Automatic Space Distribution: Yes

Allow Tenancy overlap within Lease: No


Multiple Tenancy Lease: No
Automatic Space Distribution: No

Lookups to be modified

PN_CITIES
PN_DISTRICTS