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Posted By Sanjit Anand On February 18, 2008 @ 11:19 pm In Oracle Receivable | 7 Comments
Receivables is integrated with the following modules Cash Management, General Ledger and ipayment in Oracle Financial and have a integration with OM , Pricing , Inventory module within EBS. This can be best understood as:
Lets take some of integration aspect of Oracle AR.
Projects to Receivables
Normally invoices are transferred from Projects to Receivables for billable projects by running the PRC: Interface Invoices to Receivables request from a Projects Responsibility.
Important data in the information flow are: Customer, Line Detail.
Receivables to Cash Management
Cash Management selects Receipts directly from the Receivables tables to reconcile with bank statements.
Important data in the information flow are: Receipt Number, Receipt Amount, Date, Customer, Application Detail.Cash Management selects Unpaid Invoices and Receipts directly from the Receivables tables as Inflow components in the Cash Forecast.
Important data in the information flow are: Amount.
Cash Management to Receivables
Cash Management directly updates Receivables tables with reconciled Receipt information. Important data in the information flow are: Amount Cleared, Receipt Cleared Date, Bank Charges, Bank Errors, Rate Gain/Loss.
Receivables to General Ledger
Invoices (including Debit Memos and Credit Memos), Receipts (including Miscellaneous), Adjustments, and Charge backs are transferred from Receivables to the General Ledger by running the General Ledger Interface request from a Receivables Responsibility. Important data in the information flow are: Code Combination, Journal Amount.
The following data is shared with other modules: Customers, Banks, Payments Terms, Tax Codes, Code Combinations, Units of Measure, Items, Categories, Employees.
Receivable Integration in OPM
The following diagram clearly explain the Receivable Integration in OPM.
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