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Payable - Payment Batch error

Discussion in 'Oracle Financials' started by Moonwalker, May 28, 2009.

  1. Moonwalker

    Moonwalker Forum Advisor

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    Hi,
    I still trying to get my head around this module,

    When trying to create a batch payment on 11i, i got "You cannot select this payment because it is in use by another payment batch.

    I have gone to Action button to try to cancel this error but still i can get past this. This also means that i cant get batch payment on any other invoices.

    Any useful pointer will be most appreciated. that.
     
  2. apps_expert

    apps_expert Forum Expert

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    Hi Moonwalker it's simple you cannot use a payment document if it is in use for another payment batch. You must first confirm or cancel the payment batch in progress. To do so,

    1. Login with a Payables Responsibility
    2. Navigate Payments -> Payment Batch
    3. Query the payment batch which is using the payment document
    4. Click on the 'Actions' button
    5. Confirm or Cancel the payment batch
    6. Now your Payment document can be selected in the new payment
     
  3. Moonwalker

    Moonwalker Forum Advisor

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    Thanks for your quick response, i did follow you suggestions to the letter but the payment batches is stil showing cancelling.

    I have read somewhere that i have to release that "AP does not allow payment document to pay as long as its pending in another queue.

    Release your other batch where payment document 'card payment' is incomplete (pending payment)."

    However i dont know to achieve the release and dont know whether it will be successful or not.

    Any useful addition would be welcome.