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ADI Performance Test Scenarios

ADI Performance Test Scenarios The Applications Desktop Integrator User Guide lists performance tests you can run to identify bottlenecks in your GL Journal Wizard Upload process. These tests must be completed in order and in a single session to provide a complete and accurate analysis of performance characteristics for your installation. For more information, refer to the Applications Desktop Integrator User Guide and Applications Desktop Integrator Installation Guide.

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Excel Versions Supported

Instructor Note Currently, Applications Desktop Integrator (ADI) is NOT compatible with XP and it is unknown when ADI will be as there are technical issues that must be resolved between XP and ADI.

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Profile Options

Profile Options Applications Desktop Integrator (ADI) profile options are detailed below. In most cases, your system administrator must set these profile options. GL AHE: • Saving Allowed: Specify whether account hierarchy changes can be saved from the Account Hierarchy Editor. GLDI: • Analysis Wizard Privileges: Specify Analysis Wizard privileges. Settings are Yes or No. GLDI: • AutoCopy Enforcement Level: Specify the enforcement level for the Report Wizard's AutoCopy function. Settings are: - None: Work with copies or originals of existing reports and report objects. - Enforce Copy: Must create copies to work with rather than use originals that are stored in the applications database. - Enforce Original: Must work with originals that are stored in the applications database.
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. Upload: Can enter journal data and upload that data to the General Ledger Interface table. Settings are Yes or No. . . 2005.Submit: Can submit reports but cannot define them. ADI: • Use Function Security: Specify whether ADI uses the function security model.Entry. GLDI: • Allow Drilldown Across Books: Specify drilldown privileges across sets of books. ADI: • Allow Sysadmin to View All Output: Specify whether the system administrator can view all output generated by the Request Center.None: Cannot use Budget Wizard.Entry. . All rights reserved.None: Cannot use Journal Wizard.Entry: Can only enter budget data in a budget worksheet. upload that data. Upload. . Settings are Yes or No. GLDI: • AHE Privileges: Specify Account Hierarchy Editor usage privileges for users. Submit: Can enter journal data. upload that data. Upload. . Settings are: . Settings are Yes or No. Submit: Can enter budget data.Entry. and submit the budget import process. and submit journal import processes. Submit: Can define and submit reports.Page 149 .GLDI: • Enforce Budget Wizard Segment Security: Specify whether segment value security is enforced when using the Budget Wizard. GLDI: • Report Wizard Privileges: Specify Report Wizard usage privileges for individual users. Settings are: .None: Cannot use Report Wizard. Settings are Yes or No. GLDI: • Budget Wizard Privileges: Specify Budget Wizard usage privileges for individual users. . GLDI: • Journal Wizard Privileges: Specify Journal Wizard usage privileges for individual users. Basic Journal Entries Chapter 3 . . Upload: Can enter budget data and upload that data to the General Ledger Interface table.Entry: Can only enter journals in a journal worksheet. GLDI: Copyright © Oracle.Define.Entry.Define: Can define reports but cannot submit them. Settings are: . .

Page 150 .None: No group ID automatically created. All rights reserved.Control Sequence: Acquires a number from the control sequence table. Settings are: . Basic Journal Entries Chapter 3 .Balance by Accounting Date: Specify whether journal amounts for non-average daily balance set of books must balance by accounting date before upload to General Ledger. • Copyright © Oracle. . GLDI: • Force Journal to Balance: Specify whether journal amounts must balance before upload to General Ledger.User ID + Julian Day: Acquires the ID number of the user uploading journals to the GL Interface table and attaches the appropriate Julian day. . . 2005.User ID: Acquires the ID number of the user uploading journals to the GL Interface table. Settings are Yes or No. Settings are Yes or No. GLDI: • Force Full Validation: Specify whether ADI forces full validation during budget and journal upload to General Ledger. Settings are Yes or No. GLDI: • Converted Entry Threshold: Specify a numerical threshold amount that converted currency journals must balance within before upload to General Ledger. GLDI: • Journal Source: Specify the mandatory journal source to be used during journal upload to General Ledger. GLDI: • Create Group ID: Specify whether ADI automatically creates a group ID for the journal during upload to General Ledger. GLDI: • Maximum Effective Ranges for Drilldown: Specify the maximum account ranges that can be drilled down on with the Analysis Wizard.

All rights reserved. Upload and import the journal entry to Oracle General Ledger. Copyright © Oracle. You can create a template with account numbers only (similar to a skeleton journal entry). or with account numbers and amounts (similar to a standard journal entry).Other Uses of Journal Wizard in ADI Other Uses of Enter Journals in ADI Create Templates • You can create journal entry templates by saving the worksheet as a Microsoft Excel file. 2005. You can upload balances from prior fiscal years. Convert Financial History • You can facilitate the conversion process by creating journal entries for each month of history that you want to upload into Oracle General Ledger. Enter 0 in either the debit or credit field.Page 151 . Basic Journal Entries Chapter 3 . Combinations are created automatically during the import process. Dynamic insertion must be set to Yes for the chart of accounts structure used by this set of books. Note: Make sure the prior periods are open. Delete the unposted journal entry in Oracle General Ledger. Create GL Code Combinations • Create General Ledger (GL) code combinations by creating a journal entry with all of the valid account numbers for your chart of accounts.

The range of values is 1 to 10 columns.Setting Up the ADI Journal Features Setting Up the ADI Journal Features From the Ledger Options window. Note: To manually add lines or rows to your journal worksheet. Basic Journal Entries Chapter 3 . 2005.Page 152 . • Set the minimum width of columns (from 1 to 20) Header • Set display widths for the field name. All rights reserved. Format: Select Fields or Hints • Fields appear as row and column headings.000) for the number of journal entry lines displayed in your journal worksheet. Select (M) Tools > Protection > Unprotect sheet. and field value in a journal worksheet header. Copyright © Oracle. you can select the Journal tab to format the appearance of your journal entry worksheets. • Hints appear as detail information. you must unprotect the worksheet using Microsoft Excel's Tools menu. Layout • Set the default number of rows (from 1 to 10. context.

Basic Journal Entries Chapter 3 . All rights reserved.None: Does not automatically create a group ID. .Control Sequence: Acquires a number from the control sequence table. . GLDI: Copyright © Oracle. GLDI: • Create Group ID – Applications Desktop Integrator automatically generates a group ID during journal upload depending on setting: . GLDI: • Converted Entry Threshold – Forces converted currency journals to balance within a set threshold amount before journal upload. 2005.User ID + Julian Day: Acquires the ID number of the user uploading journals to General Ledger and attaches the appropriate julian day.Page 153 .Setting Journal Profile Options for ADI Setting Journal Profile Options for ADI GLDI: • Allow Drilldown Across Books – Controls drilldown privileges across sets of books.User ID: Acquires the ID number of the user uploading journals to the GL interface table. .

and submit the journal import process. GLDI: • Force Journal to Balance – Specifies whether journal amounts must balance before upload to General Ledger from ADI. • Copyright © Oracle. Submit: You can enter journals. All rights reserved. . You can later query journals in General Ledger by this source.Entry: You can only enter journals in a journal worksheet.You can assign one of four security levels: .Page 154 . If validation fails. None: You have no access to any Enter Journals features. GLDI: • Journal Wizard Privileges . upload them. Upload. the upload does not continue. 2005.Forces full validation during budget and journal uploads from ADI. .Force Full Validation . GLDI: • Journal Source – Specifies a single journal source that defaults on all journal worksheets and used during upload from ADI to General Ledger. Basic Journal Entries Chapter 3 .Entry. Upload: You can enter journals and upload them to the GL_INTERFACE table.Entry.

Basic Journal Entries Chapter 3 .Page 155 . journal sources. General Ledger lets you import data from multiple interface tables. 2005. then review. Journal import will process data from one table at a time. • To import subledger and feeder system data to General Ledger: . For each accounting period. accounts payable and fixed assets with your General Ledger application.Set up General Ledger to accept Journal Import data by defining your set of books. update and post the journal entries. accounts receivable. Each particular source/group ID combination will only have data in one interface table at a time. You should also run the Optimizer program.Export data from your feeder system and populate the GL_INTERFACE table. You can also use Journal Import to import historical data from your previous accounting system. and categories.Overview of Importing Journal Entries Overview of Importing Journal Entries About Journal Import • Use Journal Import to integrate information from other applications such as payroll. . All rights reserved. you Copyright © Oracle. accounts. you can import accounting data from these feeder systems. currencies. and define your concurrent program controls. This enables you to customize interface tables to your specific requirements. Note: If you use Multiple Reporting Currencies and Oracle subledger systems.

you can correct the data in the GL_INTERFACE table. Copyright © Oracle. Post next using each of your subledger reporting responsibilities. Note: If you use Multiple Reporting Currencies and Oracle subledger systems. The Journal Import Execution Report prints a line for each journal entry source from which you are importing journal entries.Page 156 . Post your Journal Import journal entries. 2005. Journal Import informs you of the specific errors on the Journal Import Execution Report.- - - - must post to General Ledger from each subledger multiple times. However. If your import program converts your journal entries from other sources into the required data format. If you encounter several Journal Import errors. Review the journal entries created by Journal Import before you post them. Use the Journal Import Execution Report to review the status of all import journal entries. All rights reserved. Basic Journal Entries Chapter 3 . which transfers amounts denominated in your reporting currencies. and have chosen not to run Journal Import automatically when posting amounts to General Ledger from your subledgers. and correct the information in your feeder system before rerunning Journal Import. and all of the data is valid in your General Ledger application. then Journal Import should run successfully the first time. you should delete the Journal Import data from the GL_INTERFACE table. Run Journal Import. If you encounter relatively few Journal Import errors. Post first using your primary subledger responsibility. which transfers amounts denominated in your functional currency. if you load data into the GL_INTERFACE table which is not valid in your General Ledger application. you must run Journal Import manually in your primary set of books and in each of your reporting sets of books.

Basic Journal Entries Chapter 3 . you cannot import descriptive flexfields.Page 157 .Importing Descriptive Flexfields Importing Descriptive Flexfields Importing descriptive flexfields is optional. If you want to import descriptive flexfield information from Oracle subledgers. You can choose to import descriptive flexfields with or without validation. Choose to import descriptive flexfields with or without validation. If importing with validation. Journal Import creates journal lines only if validation succeeds. All rights reserved. you must run Journal Import separately in Oracle General Ledger using the Import Journals window. 2005. Copyright © Oracle. Note: You should always import descriptive flexfield information with validation to avoid corrupting journal lines. If you want to create summary journal lines.

All rights reserved. navigate to the Import Journals window. or specific Group IDs. You can use the the list of values for this field to determine if the Group ID exists in the interface table. You can run Journal Import in parallel for several sources as long as each request corresponds to a unique Source/Group ID combination. Basic Journal Entries Chapter 3 .Page 158 . You can view the output in the Request window to locate the Group ID.Importing Journals Importing Journals (N) Journals > Import > Run To run journal import from General Ledger. You can choose No Group ID. Enter the source. The maximum number of combinations you can run at one time is 20. All Group IDs. Then select the Import button to start the import program. Note: Oracle subledgers create a report when the transfer is run from the subledger that displays the Journal Import Group ID. Oracle General Ledger names the created batch with the following naming convention: <Optional User-Entered Reference><Source><Request ID><Actual Flag><Group ID> Suspense Posting Copyright © Oracle. 2005.

Account code combination ID does not exist.Disabled account. .Page 159 .Account disabled for this date. If you choose not to post errors to a suspense account. select the Post Errors to Suspense check box. Typical account errors are: . .Detailed posting not allowed. Journal Import posts entries with invalid account combinations to a predefined suspense account or accounts. All rights reserved.• • If suspense posting is enabled for your Set of Books. Journal Import rejects any source/group ID combination with account errors. Basic Journal Entries Chapter 3 . if you have defined one for each journal source and category. Copyright © Oracle.Account code combination is not valid. . . 2005.

Specify a table name that the data is to be retrieved from for each combination. In addition. Basic Journal Entries Chapter 3 . Copyright © Oracle. • Below are the steps to follow to use Multi–Table Journal Import: . .Create a new interface table. New interface tables must have the same columns as the GL_INTERFACE table but you can add more if your needs require. you can create your own procedures to populate your interface table with data and to launch Journal Import. . 2005.Multi-Table Journal Import Multi-Table Journal Import Using Multi–Table Journal Import • General Ledger provides you with the Journal Import Package (GL_JOURNAL_IMPORT_PKG) to create a new interface table and populate the GL_INTERFACE_CONTROL table. Specify what should be done with the data once it has been processed. This enables you to automate the entire procedure.Page 160 .Populate the new interface table with data. All rights reserved.Populate the GL_INTERFACE_CONTROL table with one record for each source/group ID combination that was put into the interface table.

If there are multiple tables. Journal Import will be launched multiple times. then correct the data using the Correct Journal Import Data window or delete it using the Delete Journal Import Data window. then start Journal Import again using the Import Journals window. If you choose to correct it. 2005. Basic Journal Entries Chapter 3 .Page 161 . _ If Journal Import indicates that the data is erroneous.- - Start Journal Import using the Import Journals window. Specify each of the source/group ID combinations that you want to import. All rights reserved. Copyright © Oracle.

This includes journals originating from Oracle subledger applications. This functionality was previously only available to customers using average balance processing. even if using a standard set of books. All rights reserved. you can choose to separate journal lines into separate journals by different accounting dates. 2005. Copyright © Oracle. Basic Journal Entries Chapter 3 .Page 162 . Through a new profile option called GL Journal Import: Separate Journals by Accounting Date.Journal Import Group By Effective Dates Description Journal Import Group By Effective Dates Description Journal Import now provides an option to automatically group journal lines into journal entries based on effective dates.

Page 163 . rather than by accounting period: • You have greater flexibility in how you want to account for your business transactions. Copyright © Oracle. 2005. This enables you to make better business decisions and react more quickly to opportunities.Journal Import Group By Effective Dates Benefits Journal Import Group By Effective Dates Benefits By grouping and monitoring business transactions by date. All rights reserved. Basic Journal Entries Chapter 3 . You can account for them by effective date or by accounting period. • For DBI customers. you have better information that is updated on a daily basis. • You facilitate financial auditing and compliance with the new Sarbanes-Oxley Act.

How to Set Up Journal Import Group By Effective Dates How to Set Up Journal Import Group By Effective Dates 1. 2. . All rights reserved. Run the Journal Import process.Page 164 . Note: If you want journals that originated from Oracle subledgers to be separated by accounting date. Set the profile option called GL Journal Import: Separate Journals by Accounting Date.If set to Yes. Copyright © Oracle.If set to No. journals will be grouped by accounting period. . 2005. Basic Journal Entries Chapter 3 . journals that pass the GL_INTERFACE table via Journal Import will be separated into separate journals by accounting date. you must set this profile option for each Oracle subledger application.

Basic Journal Entries Chapter 3 . All rights reserved.Using Journal Import Group By Effective Dates Using Journal Import Group By Effective Dates If you have two journal lines in the same accounting period but with different effective dates. Copyright © Oracle. By setting the profile option to No. the lines will be grouped by accounting period and placed in the same journal. by setting the profile option to Yes. 2005. This is the current functionality for standard sets of books.Page 165 . you can create two separate journals. Both journals will still be grouped in the same journal batch. one for each line that has a different effective date.

Oracle General Ledger populates the GL_IMPORT_REFERENCE table with one record for every transaction in your feeder system. 2005.Page 166 . • When Journal Import creates summary journal lines. Copyright © Oracle. You cannot import descriptive flexfields if you create summary journals. All rights reserved. . However.Importing Journal References Importing Journal References You can import subledger transactions into General Ledger in detail. (N) Setup > Journal > Sources. To reduce the size of journal lines and speed the import process. you can preserve transaction detail for summary journal lines in the GL_IMPORT_REFERENCES table: . period.Select the Import Journal References check box in the Journal Sources window for each journal entry source you wish to preserve. Basic Journal Entries Chapter 3 . and currency into one debit and credit line. all mapping back to the source information is lost. you can choose to summarize journal entry information when you run Journal Import: • Select Create Summary Journals check box to have Journal Import summarize all transactions for the same account. The Journal Import process creates one journal entry line for every transaction line in the the subledger.

Note: If you want to be able to drill down to subledger transaction lines. All rights reserved. from General Ledger. 2005. select the Import Journal References check box for the subledger source in the Journal Sources window whether you transfer in summary or detail from subledgers. Copyright © Oracle. Basic Journal Entries Chapter 3 .Page 167 . such as Payables invoices.

The journal import program rejects all transactions of a Source and Group ID if any of its journals have errors. All rights reserved. Copyright © Oracle. Basic Journal Entries Chapter 3 .Page 168 . Use the Error Key section on the report to identify the types of errors found. Use the journal import verification process to identify and correct journal import errors.Reviewing Journal Import Data Reviewing Journal Import Data Review the status of accounting data imported into Oracle General Ledger using the Journal Import Execution Report. 2005.

Journal Level Validation • Journal Import validates the following attributes to ensure that your journals contain the appropriate accounting data: . All rights reserved. Journal Import assigns lines with invalid accounts to the suspense account. Basic Journal Entries Chapter 3 .Account combinations .Journal Import Verification Process Journal Import Verification Process Validation When Using Open Interfaces • Journal Import validates all of your data before it creates journal entries in General Ledger.Budget information Copyright © Oracle. Journal Import rejects all other invalid lines.Unbalanced journal entries . and they remain in the GL_INTERFACE table. 2005.Foreign currency errors . Journal Import also prints your error lines in the Journal Import Execution report. where you can correct them online in the Correct Journal Import Data window or in your feeder systems.Page 169 .Periods . If you allow suspense posting for your set of books.

. you should delete all information from the interface table and rerun Journal Import after correcting the errors. you must enter an account segment value or enter a valid Code Combination ID. . (N) Journals > Import > Delete • If you delete import data that originated from an Oracle subledger. .Other miscellaneous items Correcting Journal Import Errors Online • If your Journal Import results in relatively few errors. All rights reserved.Page 170 . From this window you can query import lines that have a status of Error or Corrected. so you must first clear all displayed segment values before changing the displayed Code Combination ID. then rerun Journal Import to import the corrected data.If you are correcting Accounts data. . • Deleting Journal Import Data to Correct Errors • If you encountered a high number of errors from the Journal Import process. Basic Journal Entries Chapter 3 .Repopulate the GL_Interface table.Encumbrance information . These flags must be reset before the transactions can be resent. The Oracle subledgers set flags to indicate the transactions have been sent to Oracle General Ledger. you must correct the data in the subledger and reimport it from the original source: .Segment values override Code Combination IDs.Delete all the import data for your journal entry source and group ID from the GL_INTERFACE table.Correct the errors in feeder system. Copyright © Oracle. . • The Status changes to Corrected after you save your changes. you can make online corrections to the data that was rejected.. 2005. • Select the Import Journals button to return to the Import Journals window. Caution: Do not delete journal import data from Oracle subledgers such as Oracle Payables or Oracle Receivables. (N) Journals > Import > Correct • The Correct Journals Import window displays each field of the GL_INTERFACE table. • Make your corrections.Rerun Journal Import.

You can define your own journal sources for non-Oracle feeder systems. • Import journals by source. specify whether to import detail reference information for summary journals imported from your Oracle subledger applications. Basic Journal Entries Chapter 3 . General Ledger supplies a list of predefined journal sources for journal entries that originate in Oracle subledger applications. For each journal source. This is required if you want to be able to drilldown to the original subledger transaction from balances in General Ledger.Page 171 . 2005. you can: • Define intercompany and suspense accounts for specific sources. With journal sources. All rights reserved. Copyright © Oracle. such as Assets or Payables. • Freeze journals imported from subledgers to prevent users from making changes to any journals that have been transferred to General Ledger from that source.Using Journal Entry Sources and Categories Using Journal Entry Sources and Categories (N) Setup > Journal > Sources Journal entry sources indicate where your journal entries originate. This ensures that transactions from your subledger systems reconcile with those posted in General Ledger. • Run the AutoPost program for specific sources.

For more information. for month end close. When you create journal entries. You can run reports by category. • Copyright © Oracle. • Journal categories appear in standard reports.Define journal categories for accruals and estimates.Report on journals by source using the Foreign Currency Journals or General Journals reports. You must create a custom report to access this information. Use these categories when you define criteria for AutoReverse and AutoPost. . Caution: Oracle General Ledger does not have a standard report showing Journal Import reference information. or receipts. If you have journal approval enabled for your set of books.Define intercompany and suspense accounts for specific categories. For example. . All rights reserved. you can use journal sources to enforce management approval of journals before they are posted. select an effective date for your journal source. refer to the Oracle General Ledger User Guide or 11i General Ledger Financial Management Advanced Topic Average Balance Processing. If you are using average balance processing. or category and source. 2005.Use document sequences to sequentially number journals by category. you might run a report listing all journals that were created for the period with a category of accruals. such as the General Journals report. such as accrual. you can: . by source.Page 172 . • Using categories. Basic Journal Entries Chapter 3 . This way you can review the accrual entries created before finalizing your close. Journal Categories (N) Setup > Journal > Categories • Journal categories help you differentiate journal entries by purpose or type. you must choose the default or specify a category. payments.

Using Additional Suspense Accounts • You can define additional suspense accounts. the difference of any out of balance journal entries are posted to this account. to further segregate your out of balance postings. • Multiple combinations of source and category can be assigned to the same suspense account. • General Ledger automatically creates a suspense account for each balancing segment value. Note: Do not assign a suspense account if you want to require balanced journal entries. you can optionally assign a default suspense account. General Copyright © Oracle. by source and category. Additional suspense accounts must be associated with a source and category. When you define a suspense account. This default account uses a source and category of Other. 2005.Page 173 . Basic Journal Entries Chapter 3 .Defining Suspense Accounts Defining Suspense Accounts (N) Setup > Accounts > Suspense When you define a set of books. Example: If you define a suspense account for company segment 01. All rights reserved.

you can transfer the balance out of the suspense account. When the dispute is resolved. Note: Any sources or categories that do not have a suspense account defined in the suspense accounts window use the default suspense account defined in the set of books window. Examples for Using Suspense Accounts • Use suspense accounts to post disputed transactions.Ledger automatically creates a suspense account for any other company segment value in your chart of accounts. Basic Journal Entries Chapter 3 . All rights reserved.Page 174 . 2005. Note: Using suspense accounts generally increases the time it takes to reconcile transactions. Copyright © Oracle.

All rights reserved. Statistical quantities are not included in running totals or control totals.Page 175 . • Enter only one unit of measure for each account segment. associate units of measure with accounts. Journals: Mix Statistical and Monetary to Yes in order to be able to enter both monetary and statistical amounts in a single journal entry line. Identify the account segments you want to associate with a statistical unit.Setting Up Statistical Entries Setting Up Statistical Entries (N) Setup > Accounts > Units Set the profile option. 2005. • You can change this association at any time. Copyright © Oracle. Basic Journal Entries Chapter 3 . In the Statistical Units of Measure window. such as: • Payroll account and hours worked • Building maintenance account and square feet.

Vision Operations (USA) responsibility Copyright © Oracle. You are now going to define an additional Suspense Account. Basic Journal Entries Chapter 3 . 2005.Define Suspense and Statistical Accounts Tasks In this practice you will learn how to define: • • Suspense Accounts Statistical Accounts Business Situation When your company created its Set of Books within Oracle General Ledger.Practice . 1.Page 176 . Use the following to define your Suspense Account: XX_Purchasing XX_Adjustment 01-000-1110-21XX-000 Optional Source Category Account Code Combination Description Assumptions • • • • Use Vision database Login information provided by your instructor Replace XX with the number provided by your instructor Use General Ledger. it allowed Suspense Posting to automatically balance out-of-balance journals. All rights reserved.

Enter the unit of measure: Copy Usage Enter the description: Copies to date. Open the Suspense Accounts window.Solution . 3. 7. Define a Suspense Account using the following information. All rights reserved. 9. Journals: Mix Statistical and Monetary is set to Yes. Category and Account Code Combination from the table above. Basic Journal Entries Chapter 3 . Define a Statistical Account Note: Make sure the profile option. 5. Save your work. 2005. (N) Setup > Accounts > Suspense Enter the Source. 6.Define Suspense and Statistical Accounts Task In this practice you will learn how to define: • • Suspense Accounts Statistical Accounts Solution 1. 8.Page 177 . Open the Statistical Units of Measure (N) > Setup > Accounts > Units Select the account from the list of values as assigned by instructor. XX_Purchasing XX_Adjustment 01-000-1110-21XX-000 Optional Source Category Account Code Combination Account Description 2. Copyright © Oracle. 4.

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You can run this report for posted journals. Journal Entry Report: • Journal entries for a period or range of periods.Running Journal Entry Reports Running Journal Entry Reports General Ledger provides the following standard reports for information about journal entries: General Journal Report: • Prints journal batches and journal entries by type. 2005. Journals by Document Number Report: Copyright © Oracle. Journal Batch Summary Report: • Posted journal batches for a particular balancing segment value. currency and date range. Shows debit/credit totals by category. Basic Journal Entries Chapter 3 . Journal Line Report: • Journal entries grouped by batch for a particular category. period. All rights reserved. unposted journals. or error journals and trace the transaction back to the original source. source.Page 179 . currency. currency and balancing segment value. or batch. Reports actual balances only.

Journal Check Report: • Use to check manual journal entries prior to posting. journal source. prior to posting. or journal category. Note: Use Journal Reports to review information relevant to your journal entries for all currencies and posting statuses. Journals – Vouchers: • Use to print journal vouchers by batch for a specific journal source.Journal entry information by range of document numbers. entered or imported. 2005. • Copyright © Oracle. Basic Journal Entries Chapter 3 . and document sequence. Journals – General: • Details for each journal entry. The same segment security rules defined to restrict user access to segment values in your accounting flexfield are extended to these reports. Also reports document numbers with no journal entries. Use to check journal entries. category. Journals – Day Book: • Posted journal entries and details listed chronologically for a range of dates.Page 180 . All rights reserved.

Copyright © Oracle.Controls whether General Ledger notifies you when you are entering a journal for a prior period.Setting Profile Options Setting Profile Options Journals: Allow Multiple Exchange Rates .Page 181 .Controls whether you can override the specified default reversal method. All rights reserved.Controls whether you can post a manual journal entry from the Enter Journals window.Specify the default category for manual journal entries. Journals: Enable Prior Period Notification . Journals: Default Category . Journals: Mix Statistical and Monetary – Controls whether you can enter statistical amounts in the same journal line as monetary amounts.Controls whether to allow multiple conversion rates within a journal entry. Journals: Allow Posting During Journal Entry . Basic Journal Entries Chapter 3 . 2005. Journals: Override Reversal Method .

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