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RMA - AutoAccounting Rule

Discussion in 'Oracle Financials' started by AKS, May 6, 2009.

  1. AKS

    AKS Active Member

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    Hi guys,

    The client has the Revenue Auto accounting rule set up as follow:

    Company = Transaction Type
    Account = Transaction Type
    Cost Centre = Salesrep
    Region = Salesrep
    Product Standard LInes....

    With the above, for credit note creation, the system uses the AR Transaction type linked to the 'OM header level Transaction Type' to populate the 'Company' and Accounts' values. It also uses the 'OM header level salesrep to populate the 'Cost centre' and 'Region'. Any comment on the best approach to generate these values from the respective line level transaction type itself? For sales this seem to be the case but NOT RMA's (returns).

    Your input would be greatly appreciated
     
  2. apps_expert

    apps_expert Forum Expert

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    you can consider defining another Transaction type for RMA but i am not sure if this will work in your case.
     
  3. AKS

    AKS Active Member

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    Hi,

    Thanks. That was one of the option we initially looked at. The problem is, the client uses a particular OM transaction type at the header level (use mainly for sales) and we need to assign the new line types in question (for RMA) to this Transaction type.

    Kind regards
     
  4. anna575

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    Hey, All of these rules are very useful and important for us. You can follow it. I think a feature lets u determine how the accounting flexfields are created . It is also a powerful and flexible.