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Dealing with Foreign Currency

Posted on March 27th, 2008 by Sanjit Anand |Print This Post Print This Post |Email This Post Email This Post

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In some of the Oracle installation site, dealing with foreign currency is one of key area in the Business process, essentially required to have a full understanding about the product and there seeded functionality product offers. Apart from above three core process foreign Currency reports is equally important. Therefore this post just recap of seven report from GL.You can see more details in GL documentation.

  • Foreign Currency General Ledger Report

This report is for each journal line entered in a foreign currency, the report prints the account affected, the description of the account segment value, the journal line amount in both your functional and foreign currency, and the beginning and ending account balances in both your functional and foreign currency. Very helpful..

  • Foreign Currency Journals Report

This report review journal batches and associated journals for your posted, unposted or error journals entered in a foreign currency.

You can run this report with line or source item reference information to help identify the origin of journals created by Journal Import.

  • Foreign Currency Detail Trial Balance Report

This report review actual General Ledger account balances and activity entered in a foreign currency.

  • Foreign Currency Summary 1 Trial Balance

This report is used to review summarized GL balances and activity entered in a foreign currency. This also summarizes balances and activity by account segment value.

  • Translation Trial Balance

This used to review your account balances and period activity after running translation.

  • Foreign Account Analysis Report

This report is used to review source, category and reference information to trace your foreign currency transactions back to their original source.

You can run this report with entry, line or source item reference information to help identify the origin of journals created by Journal Import.

  • Foreign Account Analysis Report with Payables Detail

This is used to review foreign currency balances and transactions for any accounts.

You can use this report to reconcile asset additions imported into General Ledger from Oracle Payables.

You can run this report, you must have Oracle Payables installed on your system and you must allow detail posting of invoices from Oracle Payables to General Ledger.

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  1. Neno Says:

    Hi Sanjit,

    I’m new to EBS.
    1. Could you please tell me what is a limit in number size for Document Sequence in GL? I’ve entered 8000000000 and when I try to save the journal I get an error message.
    2. Is it true that there are no import routines built in the EBS? For example, how can I import Chart of Accounts (2500 lines) from Excel or TXT file?
    3. Why EBS keeps customer&supplier master files attached to Operating Units and not to Legal Entity as it has for Banks now in R12?

    Thank you very much in advance.

    Best regards,
    Neno

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