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Table of Contents 1. Introduction................................................................................................4 1.1 Customer Creation and Maintenance..................................................5 1.2 Customer Creation...........................................................................5 1.3 Query a Range of Customers......................................................8 Invoice Creation.......................................................................................10 2.1 Invoice Creation............................................................................10 2.2 Special Consideration while entering C.I.P. (Central Issue Price) Sugar Invoices.....................................................................................16 2.3 Special Consideration while entering Decimal Amounts.............16 2.4 Cancelling Invoices......................................................................24 3.Credit Memo Creation....................................................................26 3.1 Credit Memo Creation On-Account Credit Memo....................26 3.2 Credit Memo Application Querying the Credit Memos............31 3.3 Credit Memo Application Applying the Credit Memo to Transactions.........................................................................................33 3.4 Credit Memo Creation Credit Memos Directly Applied to Invoices................................................................................................36 Debit Memo Creation..............................................................................44 Adjustment of Invoices............................................................................50 Receipt (Deposits)....................................................................................53 6.1 Entering Cash Receipts..................................................................53 6.2 Receipts Application.....................................................................55 6.3 Entering Receipts from other than the Invoiced Party..................58 6.4 Entering Miscellaneous Receipts..................................................63 Receipt Adjustment..................................................................................68 7.1 Reverse Receipts............................................................................68 7.2 Reapply Receipts...........................................................................69 7.3 Receipt Write Off..........................................................................72 4.EMD and Security Deposit from Party................................................76 Auto Creation of Invoices........................................................................87 Refund Process........................................................................................88 TDS Certificated Received Its Application and Handling...................89 Posting to General Ledger.......................................................................91 Opening and Closing Accounting Periods..............................................94 Inquiry and Reporting..............................................................................96 14.1 Steps To Run Report...................................................................96 FCI Debtors Ledger Report...........................................................101 FCI Debtors TB.............................................................................103 14.2FCI India - Cash/Bank Book Report......................................104 FCI Receivables Sales Day Book.................................................105 FCI Sales Day Book - Summary Sheet.........................................105 FCI AR RECEIPTS.......................................................................106 Incomplete Invoices Report..........................................................107 FCI VAT INVOICES....................................................................108 Inter Company Invoices Report....................................................109

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FCI Inter Company Receipts Report.............................................110 Receipt Register.............................................................................112 Miscellaneous Receipts Register...................................................113 FCI Receivables Invoice Register.................................................115 India Receivables TDS Tracking Report...................................116 Billing and Receipt History...........................................................116 14.17) Sales Journal by GL Account Report.119 14.18) Unapplied Receipt journal Report..120

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Introduction
Oracle Receivables provides integrated workbenches that you can use to perform most of your dayto day Accounts Receivable operations. The Transactions Workbench is used to create new and update existing invoices, debit memos, credit memos, onaccount credits, chargebacks, and adjustments. This workbench can also be used to enter, review, or complete transaction, copy invoices, create adjustments, credit transactions and review invoice installments. You can use the Receipts Workbench to perform most of your receiptrelated tasks. For example, to create receipt batches and enter, apply, reverse, reapply and delete individual receipts. You can also use this workbench to create chargebacks and adjustments. Oracle Receivables is fully integrated with Oracle General Ledger. All Accounting transactions flow to the General Ledger with full audit trail capabilities. Drill-down from the General Ledger journal entries to the Oracle Receivables accounting flexfield distribution details with full T-accounting and journal transaction detail accounting is available. Oracle Receivables is fully integrated with Oracle Cash Management. The cash forecasts from collection activities data in Oracle Receivables is imported into Cash Management. The Payables cash requirements data completes the cash forecast information by providing the anticipated cash disbursement data.

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1.1 Customer Creation and Maintenance


The Customer Maintenance module allows you to define customer profile classes in order to categorize the customers on credit, payment terms, statement cycles, automatic receipts, finance charges, dunning, and invoicing information. You must define customer profile classes to categorize your customers based on credit, payment terms, statement cycles, automatic receipts, finance charges, dunning, and invoicing information. When you initially setup your customers, you must assign each customer to a profile class. This will default the values from the profile class into the customers account. You still have the option to change individual values for these categories for a particular customer after the profile class is assigned. However, you will not be able to change the profile class itself, once it is assigned and saved for a customer.

1.2 Customer Creation


Note Users must create a supplier in the Oracle Payables for any party. An automated program will create a customer for each supplier created in Oracle Payables. The name of the automated program is FCI_CUSTOMER_FROM_SUPPLIER. This program can also be run by users any time on need basis. So the customer creation menu has been removed from users responsibility. This section covers entering new customers, modifying existing customer information and inactivating customers. Note: Query on existing customers before entering a new customer to avoid entering duplicate customer names. The customer master is case-sensitive.(For instance, Intel and INTEL are treated as two different customers). It is very important to enter all customer names in upper case and follow the naming standards listed below: The site created in Payables will get created in Accounts Receivable also. Site has the meaning of address in Accounts Receivable.

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Click on New on the address tab to add the new address. For the new address, click on Open and add the Primary flag.

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Now, click on the old address and remove the primary flag.

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After doing that, system will automatically uncheck the fields for old address and check for the new address. Check that the old address is unchecked at the check box of Identifying address, Acitve, and Bill to location is also unchecked at Primary and Active and the new address is checked for the checkboxes mentioned. Invoices can now be made on the customer using the new address site.

1.3 Query a Range of Customers


When you initially setup your customers, you must assign each customer to a profile class. This will default the values from the profile class into the customers account. You still have the option to change individual values for these categories for a particular customer after the profile class is assigned, but you will not be able to change the profile class itself once it is assigned and saved for a customer. Navigate To: Customers > Summary

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Fig 1.4 Customers Summary

Note: This is a folder window, so you can customize how you view your data. Query Customers based on the Customer attribute shown on customer summary window. To view the details of a specific customer, click the Open button. To view all addresses for a specific customer, click the Addresses button.

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Invoice Creation
This section covers creation of manual invoices. If the invoice is for a new customer, the customer must first be created in the Customer Master (Refer Customer Maintenance document for more information). Once the customer has been created, you may select that customer in the Ship To and Bill To sections of the invoice header. You may manually enter the Customer Name or Customer Number or select either from the List of Values. For manual invoices, a Bill To is required, but a Ship To is optional.

2.1 Invoice Creation


Navigate To: India Local Receivables>Transaction > Transactions (Localized)

Fig 2.1 Enter Transaction India Localized

Select Organization and Location from LOV and click on the Open button. The Standard Apps Transactions window will be displayed.

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Fig 2.2 Transactions

Fields Source

Class Type

Description Make sure that a batch source, which is defined for each unit by prefixing the unit code, is selected in the Source field. The invoice number will be generated by the system based on transaction source value. There are two types of source created for each unit and their naming convention is given below 1. UNITCODE SALES For sales invoices 2. UNITCODE NON SALES For non-sales invoices. This has to be used for EMD Deposit, Security Deposit etc. Enter Invoice as the Transaction Class Enter Invoice or the transaction type created for each unit as the Transaction Type. The following type of transaction types have been defined for different types of invoices to be created in Receivables 1. UNITCODE SALES For creating sales invoices 2. UNITCODE NON SALES For all non sales related invoices 3. UNITCODE PRIOR PERIOD Use it for entering prior period invoices 4. UNITCODE VOID INVOICE Use this transaction type to make the transaction void. By doing so the transaction will not be posted to GL. The invoice needs to be made incomplete by clicking on the 11

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Incomplete button if it is already completed. This is used to cancel an invoice. It can be used only till the invoice has not been transferred to GL or a receipt has not been applied to the invoice. Invoice Date Default is current date; it can be changed as per requirement. GL Date Default is current date; it can be changed as per requirement. Customer Ship to and If a customer is already created, then Ship to and bill to address can be Bill to Address selected from the LOV. Other wise first create the customer. The bill to address is mandatory. Transaction Information For prior period transactions one additional information needs to be entered DFF as Alternate Account. For this the DFF will pop up whenever prior period transaction type will be selected for invoice creation. This is required for Prior Period Transactions only. When you save the invoice header, Oracle will assign an invoice number. The alternate regions associated with the invoice header provide several opportunities to provide additional information about the invoice. Oracle will update the invoice information in the More region that can be viewed at a later time (such as Print Date and Invoice Status). You may manually enter special instructions or comments in the free form text fields in this alternate region.

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Fig 2.3 Transaction (More)

Additional Memos may be entered in the Notes alternate region throughout the life of the invoice.

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Fig 2.4 Transaction (Notes)

When you have finished entering information into the various alternate regions, return to the Main region and save. You are now ready to enter invoice lines.

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In the Main alternate region, click on the Line Items button to enter invoice lines.

Fig 2.5 Lines

To enter invoice lines using Items from the Item Master, enter the following: Field Item Field Quantity Unit Price
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the extended amount. (Note: Oracle validates items against the Item Master set-up in Oracle Inventory). Tax Code will default from the system options. The tax code will be Localization.

2.2 Special Consideration while entering C.I.P. (Central Issue Price) Sugar Invoices
When we make an sales invoice for sugar, the sales amount in C.I.P (Central issue price) but retailer gives the payment after deducting his margin. So we get receipts after deduction of margin/discount. In this case, enter the gross amount of the C.I.P price in lines, then write two lines with negative account, using account no. 5751 for wholesaler margin and 5752 for retailer margin.

2.3 Special Consideration while entering Decimal Amounts


Entering the Quantity and Unit Price, may result in an amount in decimal point. However, the total amount of the invoice has to be in a rounded figure. The difference whether positive or negative may be entered accordingly in the Rounding off account number 4206. To enter Invoice Lines using Ad-Hoc Descriptions, enter the following: Field Description Field Quantity Unit Price Description Enter any text description for the line item in the Description field (leave the Item field blank). Manually enter the Quantity Manually enter the Unit Price. Oracle will calculate the Extended Amount. (Note: Oracle validates items against the Item Master set-up in Oracle Inventory. Tax Code will Default from the System Options

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To enter the Release Order Number, click on Sales Order tab. There release order number (RO Number) has to be entered in the Number field and date can also be entered in the date field.

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Fig 2.5 Enter RO Number as order no in Number field

After entering all line level information, save your work.

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Fig 2.6 Warning Message

To correct the Revenue Account assignment, click on the Accounting button (Distribution).

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Fig 2.7 Distributions

Manually change this value to a defined Natural Account value and Save. Close this screen to return to the Lines window. Accounting Distribution When you click on the Distribution button from the Invoice Header window, all the accounting distributions for all Lines on this Invoice, including Tax and Freight will be displayed. The accounting distribution values must be entered appropriately for the Receivable, Revenue and Tax lines. In the Distribution window, there is a field GL Posted Date. This field will have no value for unposted invoices. If the invoice is posted to GL, then this field will show the date on which invoice was posted to GL.

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Fig 2.8 Distributions

Adding Tax Information Save and Exit Standard Apps transaction window. Taxes have to be attached manually from the localized screen. Close the Line window opened while entering the line transaction information. Then close the Transactions window. Now only Enter Transactions India Localization window will be left open. Refresh the screen using Refresh button.

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Fig 2.9 Enter Transaction India Localization

To attach tax press the Taxes Button on the Transaction Localized window.

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Fig 2.10 Tax Details India Localization

Select correct tax from the Tax Name LOV. Use the correct tax precedence for attaching the taxes.

When the invoice has been successfully completed, Open the standard Apps Transation window by clicking on Open Button and click on the Complete button. The button will change to read Incomplete and the Complete box in the upper right hand corner of the form will display a check mark. No Transactions against an Invoice (including Printing, Receipt Application, Credit Memo Application, etc.) may take place unless the Invoice is in its Completed state. To manually update a completed Invoice at some future time, you must first select the Incomplete button before making any adjustments. When finished with any additions or revisions, ensure that you click on the Complete button again to allow additional transactions against this Invoice.

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Balance Due Inquiry Balance due can be found by pressing the Details button in the Balance Due region for the completed transactions.

Fig 2.11 Balance Due Inquiry by Pressing Details Button

It will open the following screen with details of the transaction.

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Fig 2.5 Balance Due Details

2.4 Cancelling Invoices


Receivables lets you make a debit memo, credit memo, and invoice invalid by updating the transaction type. To void a transaction: 1. Navigate to the Transaction or the Transaction Summary window. 2. Query the transaction. 3. Change the transaction Type to your FCI void transaction type. You can void a transaction only if the following are true:

It does not have any activity against it. No Receipt has been applied to the invoice. It has not been posted to your general ledger. It has not been processed by the Revenue Recognition program.

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If the transaction has been posted to the General Ledger then the invoice can be cancelled by following method I. Create a credit memo and apply this credit memo to the invoice. II. Post the Credit Memo to the General Ledger.

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3.Credit Memo Creation


3.1 Credit Memo Creation On-Account Credit Memo
When manually creating a credit memo, the first decision to make is whether or not the credit memo will be applied to a specific invoice or whether the credit memo will go on the customers account. On-Account Credit Memos can be applied against customer invoices at some future time. The process of creating On-Account Credit Memos is similar to that of creating a manual invoice. You can specify the debit item to credit in the Transactions window or create an on account credit by not specifying one. You can apply and reapply onaccount credits to invoices, debit items and chargebacks. Navigate To: India Local Receivables>Transaction > Transactions (Localized) > Open button

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Fig 3.1 Transactions

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Class Type Invoice Date GL Date Ship To and Bill To

Description Make sure that a batch source, which is defined for each unit by prefixing the unit code, is selected in the Source field. The invoice number will be generated by the system based on transaction source value. There are two types of source created for each unit and their naming convention is given below i) UNITCODE SALES For sales invoices ii) UNITCODE NON SALES For non-sales invoices. This has to be used for EMD Deposit, Security Deposit etc. Enter credit memo as the transaction class. Enter UNITCODE CREDIT MEMO transaction type created for each unit of FCI as the transaction type. Default is current date Default is current date If a customer has already been created then ship to and bill to addresses can be selected from the LOV.

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Enter Credit Memo Lines From the main alternate region, click the Line Items button at the bottom of the form to begin entering Credit Memo lines.

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Description Enter the item number in the item field (the description and unit of measure will default in from the Item Master). If credit memo is to be created for non-sales where item is not involved then leave the item field as blank. For non sales related credit memo enter a meaningful description in the description field. Enter the quantity of the item manually. This will be a negative number. The quantity entered for credit memo for a sale transaction will also affect the stock ledger summary of the item. Enter the unit price of the item manually. Oracle will calculate the extended amount. (Note: Oracle validates items against the Item Master set-up in 29

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Oracle Inventory. Tax code is a display only field, default from the system options

On saving this line, Oracle will calculate any tax associated with the line, and update the running totals for this credit memo at the top of the screen. You may continue entering additional lines until the credit memo is complete. When all lines have been entered, return to the transaction header form. From the credit memo header, you may query and/or adjust the freight, tax, sales credits, and accounting information associated with this credit memo. To review all of the accounting distributions associated with this Credit Memo, click the Distribution button at the bottom of the Transaction Header form.

Fig 3.3 Distributions

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Click the Complete button at the bottom of the Credit Memo Header form. The button will change to read Incomplete and the Complete box in the upper right hand corner of the form will display a check mark. No transactions against a Credit Memo (including Printing, Application, etc.) can take place unless the Credit Memo is in its completed state. To manually update a completed Credit Memo at some future time, you must first click the Incomplete button before making any adjustments. After making all the additions or revisions, re-click the Complete button to allow for additional transactions for or against this Credit Memo. This Credit Memo is now sitting in an On-Account state. It will be aged just as any other outstanding transaction.

3.2 Credit Memo Application Querying the Credit Memos


To give credit to a customer user needs to apply credit Memos to a particular Invoice or multiple Invoices. This section covers application of a Credit Memo to an Invoice or multiple Invoices. Navigate To: Transaction > Transactions Summary

To perform this search, run a query on Class field for Credit Memos

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Fig 3.4 Transactions Summary

This will provide you with a listing of all open credit memos on customer accounts To view a summary of the transaction, select the credit memo from the list of values and click the Overview button at the bottom of the form.

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Fig 3.5 Transaction Overview

Alternatively, you may click the Open button at the bottom of the transactions summary form to navigate to the transaction itself.

3.3 Credit Memo Application Applying the Credit Memo to Transactions


After identifying the Credit Memo that you would like to apply, select that row, and then click the Applications button at the bottom of the Transactions Summary form. This will open the applications form. Note: that the amount of the application is currently for the full outstanding amount of the Credit Memo, and that this entire amount is still in the unapplied state.

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Fig 3.6 Applications

Place your cursor in the Transaction Number field on Line 1 and select the LOV. This will display all the transactions to which you may apply this Credit Memo. Note that Invoices, Prepayments, and Debit Memos are all open for this account and may all receive Credit Memo application. Note: If you already know the transaction to which you want to apply this Credit Memo, you may enter that number directly into the Transaction Number field and by pass the LOV.

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Fig 3.7 Open Transactions

After you enter or select the Transaction Number, put your cursor in the AMOUNT Applied field. Oracle will default in the remaining balance due on the Transaction (Invoice in this case) in this field. In some cases it will try to over-apply the Credit Memo to credit the entire Transaction. You may manually change the Amount Applied at this time to satisfy your application requirements. Note that the unapplied amount of the Credit Memo has been reduced by the amount just applied. Save this line after completing this portion of the transaction.

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Fig 3.8 Applications

If this Credit Memo still has a balance you could select another Transaction Number on Line 2 to further apply the unapplied amount remaining on this Credit Memo. To review the history of the activity just completed, you may navigate to Collections: Account Details. (For more information on this functionality see the Collections Training document.)

3.4 Credit Memo Creation Credit Memos Directly Applied to Invoices


For Credit Memos which are manually created and are to be directly applied against existing Invoices, Navigate To: Transaction > Credit Transactions

Enter search criteria in the Find Transactions form to locate the Transaction (typically Invoice) to which you would like to apply this Credit.

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Fig 3.9 Find Transactions

Select any field in the Credit Memo section, and the Source, Credit Memo Date, Transaction Type, GL Date, and Currency will default in. If this Credit Memo is for an Invoice with Rules, then you will need to select a Rules Method (otherwise, leave this field blank).

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Fig 3.10 Credit Transactions

Select a Credit Memo Reason from the List of Values and Save. At this point, you have the option to do one of the following:
Credit the entire balance of the invoice Credit Line, Tax, and Freight amounts prorated across all Invoice lines Credit individual lines from the Invoice

To credit the Entire Balance of the invoice, click Credit Balance at the bottom of the form. You will receive the following message alerting you that the entire Invoice is being credited.

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Fig 3.11 Credit Transactions

You will then see 100% of the Lines, Tax, and Freight has been credited. Also note that the balance due for each of these categories is now 0.00.

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Fig 3.12 Credit Transactions

Save the transaction and click Complete at the bottom of the form to complete the transaction. This step will automatically close the Invoice and Credit Memo, as the balance on both will be 0.00. To credit line, tax, and/or freight amounts prorated across all Invoice lines, enter the amounts you would like to credit in the Credit Memo portion of the Transaction Amounts alternate region at the bottom of the form. You may enter a percentage amount in the % column or a dollar amount (as a negative number) in the Amount column. The percentage must be less than or equal to 100% and the amount must be less than or equal to the Balance Due on that line. The percentage for tax and freight must be less than or equal to the percentage entered on the Line. Oracle associates tax and freight with lines and can therefore not apply a credit for tax or freight that exceeds the percentage applied to the lines on the Invoice.

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Fig 3.13 Credit Transactions

If this completes the transaction, save and click the Complete button at the bottom of the form. To credit individual lines on this Invoice (new example), click the Credit Lines button at the bottom of the form.

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Fig 3.14 Lines

In the Num field on Line 1 of the Lines form, select a line to Credit from the List of Values (this must be selected from the List of Values). The item number, description, and unit of measure will default in based on the line selected. If the quantity of the line on the original Invoice is greater than one, you will need to select the quantity to credit (this needs to be in the form of a negative number). Oracle will use the unit price from the original Invoice line and then calculate the extended amount. If the item was taxed on the original order, Oracle will calculate the tax portion to be credit. After saving this line, Oracle will update the Transaction, Lines, and Tax totals at the top of the form.

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Fig 3.15 Credit Transactions

If this completes the amount of the original invoice that you would like to Credit, click the Complete button at the bottom of the form.

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Debit Memo Creation


Debit memos are raised to invoice the customer for extra charges. Navigate To: India Local Receivables>Transactions > Transactions(Localized)

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Fig 5.1 Transactions

If the debit memo is for a new customer, the customer must first be created in the Customer Master (See Customer Set-up Training for more information). Once the customer has been created, you may select that customer in the Ship To and Bill To sections of the Debit Memo Header. You may manually enter the Customer Name or Customer Number or select either from the LOV. Optionally, select Ship To or Bill To contacts from the LOV. Note: For debit memos, a Bill To is required, but a Ship To is optional. In the example below, only a Bill To has been selected. Upon saving the debit memo header, Oracle will assign a debit memo number. Field Source Description Make sure that a batch source, which is defined for each unit by prefixing the unit code, is selected in 45

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Transaction Class Transaction Type Invoice Date GL Date Ship To, Name Ship To, Number Ship To, Location

Ship To, Address Bill To, Name Bill To, Number Bill To, Location Bill To, Address Terms Due Date Click on More tab Cross Reference

the Source field. The invoice number will be generated by the system based on transaction source value. There are two types of source created for each unit and their naming convention is given below 1) UNITCODE SALES For sales 2) UNITCODE NON SALES For non-sales. This has to be used for EMD Deposit, Security Deposit etc. Enter Debit Memo as the transaction class. Enter FCI Debit Memo as the transaction type. Default Value. Default Value Enter the name of the customer. This is an optional field. Customer Number will be populated automatically. Note that Ship To Information is optional If the customer has only one location defined the same will be populated, if chosen. Else it will ask you to select one of the Ship to Sites. This is an optional field. This will be populated automatically as per your selection in Ship To Location. Enter the name of the customer. You can choose from the LOV. Customer Number will be populated automatically. If the customer has only one location defined the same will be populated if chosen. Else it will ask you to select one of the Bill to Sites from the LOV. This will be populated automatically as per your selection in Bill To Location. Payment term will default from Customer setup or Customer Class Setup. User can change the same if required. Based on Payment Term, the due date for the debit memo will be displayed. Select the invoice number from List of Values.

Debit Memo Creation Enter Debit Memo Lines From the Main alternate region, click the Line Items button at the bottom of the form to begin entering Debit Memo Lines. (Entering line information for a Debit Memo is the same

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Oracle provides for three ways in which to enter line level information in a Manual Debit Memo: The following example Descriptions to enter line-level information.

Fig 5.2 Lines

Enter the following: Field Item Description Unit of Measure Quantity Unit Price Description Select the item from the LOV for sales related debit memo. For non sales debit memo leave this field blank. In the Description field on line 1, enter a text description for the line (leave the Item field blank for non sales related debit memo). Enter a unit of measure. Enter the quantity of Item Enter the unit price of the Item (Oracle will calculate the Extended Amount). 48

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To enter the Release Order Number, click on Sales Order tab. There release order number (RO Number) has to be entered in the Number field and date can also be entered in the date field. Since, the revenue account is determined by the transaction line (either from an item in the Item Master or from a Standard Memo Line), no revenue account can be derived directly by Oracle in the case where Ad-Hoc Descriptions are used and an error will be displayed for correcting the revenue account in case of Ad-Hoc descriptions.

Fig 5.3 Error Message

To correct the revenue account assignment, click the Distributions button at the bottom of the form Manually change the GL account value to represent the revenue account and save the transaction.

Fig 5.3 Distributions

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Adjustment of Invoices
Receivables lets you make either positive or negative adjustments to your invoices, debit memos, on-account credits. You can approve adjustments that are within your approval limits and give pending statuses to adjustments that are outside your approval limits. You can automatically write off debit items that meet your selection criteria. You can create an adjustment at the invoice header level, but cannot adjust specific lines of an invoice, debit memo, credit memo. IF the approval limit for the user has not been defined then, pending adjustment will be created with a status of Pending approval. A pending approval must be approved before it affects the remaining balance of a transaction. Navigation: Oracle Receivables >Transactions Summary

Steps to Create Adjustment 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) Query the transaction to adjust Select the transaction, then choose adjust Enter the adjustment Enter an Activity Name and choose the Type of adjustment you are creating. Enter the Amount of this adjustment. If you specify Invoice as your adjustment type, Receivables requires that the amount of your adjustment be at least enough to close the item you are adjusting, and displays this value in the Amount field. If the amount of this adjustment is outside your approval limits, Receivables sets the status of the adjustment to Pending Approval when you save (unapproved adjustments do not update the balance due for an item). Enter the GL Date (Optional). Enter the Adjustment Date (optional). Open the Account IDs tabbed region, then enter the GL Account for this adjustment (optional). The activity name provides the default GL account, but you can change it.

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Field Adjustment Date

Description The date to apply your adjustment to the item you have selected. The default value for this field is the later of either the GL date of the transaction or the current date. The application date for an adjustment must be later than or equal to the transaction date of the item you are adjusting. The balance due of the installment for this invoice, debit memo, or chargeback in the entered currency. The balance due for the debit item is the original amount less any activity, such as payments, credit memos, or adjustments. The total amount of adjustments that are pending for this item. Pending adjustments are adjustments that you have neither approved nor rejected, and have a status of either Pending Approval or More Research. The status of this adjustment 1.

Balance

Pending Adjustments

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Receipt (Deposits)
Use the Receipts window to enter new or query existing receipts. You can enter two types of receipts in Receivables: 1) Standard receipts: Payment (such as cash or a cheque) that you receive from your customers for goods or services. Also known as cash receipts. 2) Miscellaneous receipts: Revenue earned from investments, interest, refunds, stock sales, and other nonstandard items. FCI receives money from customers as sale deposits or other receipts or cash receipts. Later on the received money may be required to be applied to different invoices. Also more than one receipt may be required to be applied to one or more invoices. The receipt creation step is mentioned below

6.1 Entering Cash Receipts


The Receipts window is used to apply the payment from a customer. Customer can pay in either cash or cheque and it can be applied to the customers account.

Navigate To:

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Fig 6.2 Receipts

Enter the following: Field Receipt Number Receipt Type Receipt Amount Payment Method Description Enter a receipt number, which is typically the cheque or demand draft number. From the drop down box, select the receipt type as Standard (the default value) Enter the receipt amount Enter a payment method. User should select payment method that belongs to their unit only. Payment method determines the accounting and remittance bank accounts for the receipt. The payment method name is prefixed by unit code. The Payment method will be of following types 2. UNIT CODE_DEPOSIT: For sale deposits 3. UNIT CODE_CASH_RECEIPTS: Cash receipts or cash in hands 4. UNIT CODE_OTHERS: Non sale and non cash receipts By default this is system date. This field can be used as cheque date. The GL date is the same as the receipt date. If the Receipt date is not in an open period, Receivables changes the GL date to the last date of the most recent open period. You can change the GL date, but it must be in an open 54

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Trans Number Customer Name

or future period. If the Receipt is going to be applied against a single invoice, enter the invoice number in the Trans Number field. Most Receipts will be applied for a specific customer. Enter the Customer Name or Number in the appropriate field.

Note: Oracle allows you to enter the receipt even if you are not sure who the paying customer is. In this case, you may leave the Customer Name field blank. Receipts of this type will be labeled as Unidentified. To apply an unidentified receipt, you would first have to re-query the receipt and assign it to a customer. All other fields are optional.

6.2 Receipts Application


To apply this Receipt to one or more invoices, click on the Applications button in the Receipts window. The Applications window indicates the original amount of the receipt and that this entire amount is currently in the Unapplied state.

Fig 6.3 Applications

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To apply some or all of this receipt to one or more invoices, place your cursor in the Apply To field on Line 1 of the Applications window and select the list of values. This will display all of the open debit transactions for this customer to which you may apply this receipt.

Fig 6.4 Applications

After selecting an invoice from the list of values to which this receipts needs to apply (or by manually entering the Invoice number in the Transaction Number field), place your cursor in the Amount Applied field. Oracle will automatically attempt to apply an amount, which will be equal to the Balance Due on the Invoice. Selecting the Saved option will complete the application for this line. If there is still a portion of this receipt, which is unapplied, you may select another transaction number and apply a further amount of this receipt. Enter or select another transaction number on Line 2 of the Receipts window.

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Fig 6.5 Applications

Oracle will default the entire unapplied amount of the receipt into the Amount Applied field. If a balance remains for this receipt, you may choose to leave that balance in its unapplied state, or you may opt to place that Balance On Account. On Account is always an option to be selected in the Transaction Number field in the Applications window. Receipt amounts, which are left on account may be applied to other invoices at any time. To apply on account amount to a specific invoice, first you must unapply it from the On Account status. Clear the Apply check box, which identifies the on account application and select the Saved check box. You may then apply this amount to another invoice by entering the invoice number in the Transaction Number field. As before, Oracle will attempt to apply an amount such that the entire invoice will be credited. Returning to the Receipts window and selecting the Application Summary alternate region provides a summary of the application activity for this receipt. 57

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Fig 6.6 Receipts (Application Summary) You have the option of altering the application of a receipt by requerying the receipt and clicking on the Applications button in the Receipts window.

6.3 Entering Receipts Invoiced Party

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Sometimes, there is a scenario, that one of the party may be invoiced, but receipt may be made from another party. To explain this further, let us take an example of two customers HA11_CGOVT and HA11_SGOVT. In this case, the transaction is invoiced to HA11_SGOVT, but receipts may be made from the customer HA11_CGOVT also. In this case, the following would be the steps in making the receipt from the customer HA11_CGOVT. In the receipts screen, enter the customer name as HA11_CGOVT as shown below:

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By default, the name of the customer entered on the first screen will appear after clicking the Search and Apply button. Delete this name from the Search and Apply button, and enter the number or name of the customer, who is invoiced and against which this receipt is to be applied ie. In our example HA11_SGOVT. If there are multiple invoices of the customer then enter the specific number also in Transaction, as shown below.

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IF you want to preview the transaction, click on Preview. Click on Apply to apply the receipt, to the relevant invoice. This enables you to apply a receipt from one customer to an invoice from another customer.

Entering Receipts where amount received at one unit is to be adjusted against the sale at another unit (eg EMD, WFP, H&T etc.)
This deals with a situation where amount is received by one unit and is to be adjusted against the sale at another unit (eg EMD, WFP, H&T etc.) The sequence of steps involved in this is as follows: a. Standard Receipt Creation: Here, the unit receiving the amount will create a standard receipt for the same. This standard receipt will be at the unit receiving the amount against the account head 1806 Deposits from Customers. Standard receipt will be from the customer from which money is received. For eg: If HA11 is receiving the money, the entry will be as follows:

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HA11. Bank (4531) Dr To HA11. Deposit from Customers (1806)

b. Standard Accounts Receivable Invoice: The standard receipt will have to be applied against a standard invoice. This standard non sales invoice will again be created and this will be an intercompany invoice with the unit where sales has to take place in the distribution with the same account 1806.

HA11.Receivable (4731) account To EA11. Receivable(4731) account

c. The standard receipt will be applied to the Standard Accounts Receivable Invoice created. HA11. Bank (4531) Dr To, EA11. Receivable (4731) account

d. On creation of the Standard Invoice as mentioned in Step b, a credit memo will be automatically created by the system (system automatically fires the request on the basis of the distribution line of the standard invoice

EA11. Receivable (4731) Dr. Negative Amount To EA11. Receivable (4731) Negative Amount

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For Automatically creation of Credit Memo these are the steps

General Ledger Transfer Program FCI Create Auto Credit Memo in AR - From AR Autoinvoice Master Program

e. Thereafter, when the sale takes place at the unit, the unit will prepare a Standard Sales Invoice as in the regular practice
f. The Standard sales invoice will be closed with the credit memo.

6.4 Entering Miscellaneous Receipts


A Miscellaneous Receipt may be used for non-invoiced items such as revenue earned from investments, interest income, refunds, stock sales, etc. For FCI the following type of transactions would be recorded as Miscellaneous Receipts 1. Treasury Receipts 2. Bank Charges 3. Sale of Assets 4. Any other type of Miscellaneous Receipt.

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Fig 6.7 Receipts (Misc. Transactions)

Field Receipt Number Receipt Type Receipt Amount Payment Method

Activity

Description Enter a receipt number, which is typically the number of the cheque or DD. Select the receipt type as Miscellaneous. Note: When a Receipt Type of Miscellaneous is selected, the alternate region changes from Cash Receipt to Misc Transaction. Enter a Receipt Amount Enter a payment method. User should select payment method that belongs to their unit only. Payment method determines the accounting and remittance bank accounts for the receipt. The payment method name is prefixed by unit code. The Payment method will be of following types 1. UNIT CODE_CASH_RECEIPTS: Cash receipts or cash in hand 2. UNIT CODE_OTHERS: Non sale and non cash receipts Select an Activity from the list of values. Select the activity as Miscellaneous Receipts prefixed by your unit code.

Click on the Distributions button in the Receipts form to confirm or change the default account distributions set-up for this activity.

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Fig 6.8 Distributions

In the distributions window, users may add any number of lines having different amounts with appropriate accounting distributions for them. Here, tax related entry can also be entered with appropriate GL accounting for the tax line. This as shown below

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Receipt Adjustment
Oracle Account Receivables lets you to reverse, unapply or reapply a receipt. You can reverse a receipt when customer stops payment on a receipt or if a receipt comes from an account with no sufficient funds. You can also reverse a receipt if you want to re-enter and apply it in Receivables. After you reverse a receipt you cannot update any of its attributes. By reviewing the Receipt Register, Unapplied Receipts Register and the Applied Receipt Register for errors you can be determine whether any receipt needs to be reversed, or reapplied. To run the various reports navigate to: Reports> Accounting.

7.1 Reverse Receipts


Navigate To: Receipts > Receipts

Query the receipts you need to reverse. Then, click on the Reverse button, this will open up a new window for reversing the receipt.

Fig 7.1 Reverse Receipt

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Field Category Reason

Description Enter a category for this reversal. Valid categories include, Non-Sufficient Funds, Reverse Payment, and Stop Payment. Enter a reason for this reversal. Typical reasons include, Insufficient Funds, Account Closed, Wrong Amount, Wrong Account, and Uncollectable.

To create a reversal, Click on Reverse Button. Receivable generates a number for this reversal. By clicking on the Reverse button, you have adjusted the receipt. You then return to the Receipt window. When you reverse a receipt, Receivables automatically creates reversal journal entries for your general ledger and reopens all of the debit and credit items that were closed with the original receipt.

7.2 Reapply Receipts


You can reapply receipts that you previously applied in error before or after posting these items to your general ledger. When you reapply a receipt, you first unapply the original receipt applications. This reopens each transaction that was previously closed by the receipt. However, you cannot unapply a receipt that has adjustments associated with it unless you first readjust the transaction to its original amount. In addition, you cannot unapply a transaction if there is a chargeback against it and the chargeback has any activities against it (for example, another receipt or credit memo). Navigate To: Receipts > Receipt Summary

Query the receipts and select the receipt that needs to be reapplied.

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Fig 7.2 Receipt Summary

Then click on the Applications button. The Applications window will be displayed.

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Fig 7.3 Applications

Reverse applications by clearing the Apply check box next to each transaction. Receivable changes the applied amount for each transaction to zero and increases the unapplied amount of the receipt. Receivable enters a Reversal GL Date for each transaction that you reopen. The Reversal GL Date is the date to post this reapplication to your general ledger. This date is the same as either the GL date of the original application or, the current date (If the original applications GL date is in a closed period). If the current date is not open, the default is the last date of the most recent open period.

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Fig 7.4 Applications

Apply this receipt to a different transaction or transactions. Save your work by pressing Ctrl-S. Receivable creates reversing journal entries for each application that you have reopened.

7.3 Receipt Write Off


When you apply a receipt to debit items, a small unapplied amount may remain on the receipt. Receivables lets you write off unapplied receipt balances during or after receipt application. Navigation
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5. In the Amount Applied field, enter the amount to be written off. Receivables validates the value that you enter against your write-off approval limit. 6. In the Activity field, select a receivables activity. You can select from all active receivables activities defined with the activity type of "Receipt Write-off."

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4. EMD and Security Deposit from Party


This section is divided into three parts: 1. Acceptance of EMD and Security Deposit from Party : This is explained in detail below 2. Refund of EMD: As explained in 1 above, acceptance of EMD and Security Deposit from party will create an invoice in Payables. The refund of EMD will take place in Payables module and is paid like any other invoice explained in AP User Guide Making Payments. 3. Conversion of EMD into Security Deposit: This is explained in AP User Guide in the section Conversion of EMD into Security Deposit. Basically the liability created in Step 1 of Acceptance of EMD and Security Deposit from Party, will be closed with a credit memo in Payables. A new invoice in Payables will be created for payment of security deposit 4. Adjustment of EMD against Sales: For this also, the liability created in Step 1 of Acceptance of EMD and Security Deposit will have to be closed vide a credit memo in Payables. For the adjustment of EMD against sales, a credit memo will have to be created in Receivables as explained in Credit Memo Creation section of this (Receivables) user guide. 1. Acceptance of EMD and Security Deposit from Party The steps to accept EMD and Security Deposit from party is explained below 1) Navigate to: Oracle Receivables -> Receipts -> Receipts. Create a Standard receipt in Receivables. 2) Navigate to: India Local Receivables -> Transactions -> Transactions (Localized). Create an invoice in Receivables using transaction class as Invoice and transaction type as Non Sales. In the accounting distribution for Revenue line select natural account segment value to be 1801 for EMD and 1802 for Security Deposit. Save and complete the invoice. 3) Apply the receipt to this invoice. 4) Transfer the invoice to General Ledger. The path for this is Receivables> Interfaces > General Ledger. This program can be automated or can be run manually. 5) Next step is to import in Payables. The path for this is Payables Responsibility > Payables Open Interface Import. Enter the Source as FCI Receivables. This program can be automated or can be run manually. 6) Now an automated concurrent program will run and create an invoice in Payables indicating that a liability for this EMD has been created. The invoice number of the auto-generated invoice in Payables will be invoice number of Receivables transaction suffixed by unitcode_EMD. For example if the invoice number in receivables is 1001 then the invoice number in Payables for auto generated invoice will 1001_NC14_EMD for NC14 unit. The name of the concurrent program is FCI Create Auto Inv in AP - From AR. This concurrent programme can also be run 76

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When the transfer to General Ledger program will be executed either manually or through automated process the above transaction will be posted to General Ledger. Now execute the concurrent program FCI Create Auto Inv in AP - From AR.

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When the above mentioned concurrent program will get executed, the AP Invoice Import Program will create an invoice in AP. The invoice can be queried in AP.

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Its distribution line will show the natural account as 1801 for the GL Accounting.

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When this invoice will need to be paid back to the party, it will be validated, approved and paid.

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Auto Creation of Invoices


The following invoices are auto created based on the criteria mentioned below: AR to AR: If invoices with certain distributions are entered in Receivables, it creates a corresponding receivable invoice only. The accounts heads for AR to AR are: 4731: Sundry debtors against State Govt. Organisation AP to AR: If invoices with certain accounts in distribution are entered in Accounts Payable, it automatically creates a receivable for the same in Accounts Receivable. Such type of transactions originating in AP and resulting in an invoice in AR, are called AP to AR. The accounts specified for AP to AR are: 2714: Advances for travelling 2901: Deposits with Electricity Board AR to AP: These are transactions which originate in AR and have a resulting effect in Payables. When an account with that distribution is entered in AR, then a payable invoice to that effect gets created in AP. The accounts for AR to AP are: 1801: Earnest Money Deposits 1802: Security Deposits from Contractors 1809: Performance Guarantee Deposit from contractor

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Refund Process
The refund process is completed manually in Receivables and Payables modules. There can be following types of cases in which a refund might be required Refund for a paid invoice 1. Create a credit memo in AR for the returned goods. Use the same Revenue and Receivable accounts referenced on the original invoice. Refer Credit Memo Section for how to enter and apply a credit memo to an invoice or debit memo. 2. Create a debit memo. Use a special Debit Memo transaction type (UNITCODE DM REFUND) that uses a clearing account rather than Revenue (Sales). Refer Debit Memo Section for how to enter a debit memo. Apply the credit memo created in step one to this debit memo. Run the transfer to GL program. 3. Then a concurrent program will create one invoice in Payables by crediting the cash clearing account and debiting the same account in distribution line. The name of the concurrent program to run is FCI Create Refund from Receivables. The invoice number created in AP will be like REFUND-AR Invoice Number like REFUND1045-HA11. Validate, approve and create accounting for this invoice. Then process a check crediting to cash and debiting the clearing account. Please refer Oracle Payables user guide for entering an invoice and creating a payment to pay for the invoice. Refund for a receipt or deposit not applied to invoice Create a debit memo for the amount of the un-applied credit you want to refund. Use a special Debit Memo transaction type (UNITCODE DM REFUND) that uses a clearing account rather than Revenue (Sales). Refer Debit Memo Section for how to enter a Debit memo. 2. Apply the un-applied receipt amount to the new debit memo. Refer receipt creation section for how to enter and apply a receipt. Run the transfer to GL Program. 3. Then a concurrent program FCI Create Refund from Receivables will create one invoice in Payables by crediting the cash clearing account and debiting the same account in distribution line. The invoice number created in AP will be like REFUND-AR Invoice Number like REFUND-1045-HA11. Validate, approve and create accounting for this invoice. Then process a check crediting to cash and debiting the clearing account. Please refer Oracle Payables user guide for entering an invoice and creating a payment to pay for the invoice.
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TDS Certificated Received Its Application and Handling


For certain sales where Tax Deduction at Source is applicable, the customer would make provision for such deduction and issue a certificate in form 16A. The details of the certificate received and deductions made can be recorded. This information would be used by the system to generate a TDS Credit Memo for the customers with PAN number defined in customer additional information form. Following activities can be performed for TDS Certificates received from customers a) Enter details of TDS Certificates Received. b) Generate Credit Memos based on the certificate information. This would reflect the appropriate Customer balance. Navigate to: India Local Receivables -> Collections -> TDS Certificates

The screen layout and its features are given here for ready reference.

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Field Description Customer Name Customer Number

Type Required Defaulted

Location Memo Line Name Number Certificate Date Received Date Amount Description

Required Optional Required Required Required Required Required Required

Description Select Customer Name from LOV. This field will be automatically selected based on customer name Specify the location of the customer Specify the memo line from LOV Enter TDS Certificate Name Enter TDS Certificate Number Enter TDS Certificate Date Enter the date of receipt of TDS Certificate date Amount of TDS certificate that has been received Enter details of TDS Certificate

The TDS Credit Memo generated can be applied to the appropriate invoice. Please refer section on Credit Memo Application for applying a credit memo to the invoice.

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Posting to General Ledger


To initiate the transfer of Receivables accounting information to your general ledger, run General Ledger Interface. General Ledger Interface transfers data about your credit memos, debit memos, invoices, and receipts to the General Ledger. The steps to transfer the Receivables financial transaction are given below: 1. Navigate to: Interfaces -> General Ledger 2. Choose posting Detail to either Summary or Detail 3. Enter the GL Dates to transfer 4. Press Submit 5. Review the Receivables Transfer to GL and Journal Import Reports 6. Once the Receivables Transfer to GL report has completed, the Journal Import Process will create an unposted journal entry. Switch to a General Ledger responsibility to review the journal online. Then Post the journal.

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Opening and Closing Accounting Periods


Open and close accounting periods in FCI calendar to control the recording of accounting information for these periods. Receivables allow you open future accounting periods while your current period is still open. Receivables also lets you reopen previously closed accounting periods and enter receivables activities without transferring transactions to the general ledger when you set your accounting periods to Future. An accounting period can have one of the following statuses: Closed: Journal entry, posting, and transaction entry are not allowed unless the accounting period is reopened. Receivables verifies that there are no unposted items in this period. Receivables does not let you close a period that contains unposted items. Close Pending: Similar to Closed, but does not validate for Unposted items. Journal entry, posting, and transaction entry are not allowed unless the accounting period is reopened. Note: Before using the Close Pending status, you must run Revenue Recognition for transactions with accounting rules. Future: This period is not yet open, but you can enter transactions in this period. However, you cannot post in this period until you open it. Not Opened: This period has never been opened and journal entry and posting are not allowed. The Revenue Recognition program can, however, create revenue distributions in Not Opened periods, if required by an accounting rule. Open: Journal entry and posting are allowed. The steps to open or close an accounting period is given below: 1. Navigate to: Control ->Accounting ->Open/Close Accounting Periods window. 2. To update the status of an accounting period, place the cursor in the Status field next to that period, then enter a new status. 3. To open the next accounting period after the Latest Open Period, choose Open Next Period. Receivables changes the status of the next period to Open.

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Inquiry and Reporting


14.1 Steps To Run Report
The procedure to run reports is very simple and explained below.
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5. To save the output of this request to a file, check the Save Output check box. 6. Choose submit request. It will prompt a window and ask for submitting another request. Choose No.

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Select the report for which out put is to be seen. Click on View Output.

9. Select tools -> Copy File. It will open the report.

The following reports will be used to analyze and track the accounts receivables information.

FCI Debtors Ledger Report


Navigate to Oracle Receivables->View-> Requests -> Run Use this Report to get Debtor Ledger. This report considers Invoices, Debit memos, Credit Memos, Receipts, Receipt write-off, Deposits, Reversals & Exchange Rate Gains and Losses transactions only.

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Report Parameters Name


Customer Name

Optional/Required/Defaulted
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If the User wants Debtor Ledger for a specific Customer, then he need to enter Customer name here otherwise Sub Ledger for all the Customers for a given period will be reported. Defaulted for the customer name selected. If the User wants Debtor Ledger for a specific Customer type , then he need to enter Customer type in this field otherwise Sub Ledger for all the Customers for a given period will be reported.

Customer Number Customer Type

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Start Date End Date

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FCI Debtors TB
Use this Report to get Debtors Trial Balance. Run the discoverer report FCI Debtors TB. The procedure to run the discoverer report is mentioned in the Go Live Criteria document.

Report Parameters Name


Unit Depot Account Product Scheme Intercompany Future

Optional/Required/Defaulted
Mandatory Optional Optional Optional Optional Optional Optional

Description
Unit Code Depot Natural Account Product code Scheme Intercompany segment This value is fixed to be 0000

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14.2 FCI India - Cash/Bank Book Report


Navigate to Oracle Receivables->View-> Requests -> Run

Report Parameters Name


Bank Name Account Number

Optional/Required/Defaulted
Required Required

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Bank Name for which the User wants to take the Bank book for a given period. Account Number of the Above bank for which the User wants to take the Bank book for a given period. Either B meant for Bank Book or C meant for Cash book can be selected by the User from the LOV. This does not have an impact on the printout other than changing of the heading of the report.

Book Type

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Start Date End Date

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FCI Receivables Sales Day Book


Navigate to View-> Requests -> Run

Report Parameters Name


GL Gate From GL Date To Unit Depot Product Scheme

Optional/Required/Defaulted
Required Required Required Required Required Required

Description
Start Date End Date Unit Code Depot Code Product Code Scheme Code

FCI Sales Day Book - Summary Sheet


This report provides amount in individual accounts, which have been used while doing the transaction for that period. The report parameters are mentioned below. Navigate to View-> Requests -> Run

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GL Gate From GL Date To Unit Depot Product Scheme

Optional/Required/Defaulted
Required Required Required Required Required Required

Description
Start Date End Date Unit Code Depot Code Product Code Scheme Code

FCI AR RECEIPTS
This report provides receipts to be printed for customer deposits and receipts. Navigate to View-> Requests -> Run

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Unit Code Cheque No

Optional/Required/Defaulted
Required Optional

Description
Unit Code Cheque or DD Number

Incomplete Invoices Report


Use this report to review all of your incomplete invoices, debit memos, credit memos, and on-account credits. Incomplete invoices do not update your open receivables balance nor do they display on your agings. Use the Transactions window to complete your invoice or debit memo once you have updated them. For credit memos and on-account credits, use the Credit Transactions window. Navigate to View-> Requests -> Run

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Report Parameters Name


Order By

Optional/Required/Defaulted
Required

Description
Options are a) Customer b) Invoice

Invoice Number Customer Name Customer Number

Optional Optional Optional

Invoice Number Customer Name Customer Number

FCI VAT INVOICES


Navigate to View-> Requests -> Run

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Inter Company Invoices Report


Before you transfer transactions to your general ledger, use the Inter Company Invoice report to see a list of all transactions whose receivables and revenue accounts have different company segments. Navigate to View-> Requests -> Run

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Report Parameters Name


GL Date From GL Date To

Optional/Required/Defaulted
Optional Optional

Description

FCI Inter Company Receipts Report


Use this report to review payments that were sent from one company and applied to another company, but have not yet posted. Before you post these receipts, review this report, then correct any errors in the transactions. The totals for companies with inter company transactions will be inflated/deflated by the total amount of the inter company transactions. Each payment appears in two company reports: As a credit item in the company that received the cash payment, and as a debit item in the company that owns the invoice. Navigate to View-> Requests -> Run

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Report Parameters Name


Apply Date GL Date Creation Date Cash Account Company

Optional/Required/Defaulted
Optional Optional Optional Optional

Description
Option to provide Apply Date from and Apply Date To Option to provide GL Date Low and GL Date High Option to provide Creation Date Low and Creation Date High Option to provide Cash Account Company Low and Cash Account Company High Option to provide Receivables Account Company Low and Receivables Account Company High

Receivables Account Company

Optional

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Receipt Register
Use this report to review standard and miscellaneous receipts and document number information. Navigate to View-> Requests -> Run Select the value DOCUMENT NUMBER in attribute set parameter to see the document number in report output. The attribute set associated with a report determines the layout and content of the report.

Report Parameters Name


Attribute Set Reporting Level Reporting Context Set of Books Currency Company Segment Low

Optional/Required/Defaulted
Required Required Required Optional Required

Description
DOCUMENT NUMBER This field will get value automatically This field will get value automatically This field will get value automatically Enter Unit name

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Company Segment High GL Date From GL Date To Entered Currency Batch Name Low Batch Name High Deposit Date From Deposit Date To

Required Required Required Optional Optional Optional Optional Optional

Enter Unit name Starting Date End Date Currency Leave this field as blank Blank Deposit date start Deposit date end

Receipt Number Low Receipt Number High Document Sequence Name Document Sequence Number From Document Sequence Number To

Optional Optional Optional Optional Optional

Miscellaneous Receipts Register


Use this report to review miscellaneous receipts and document number information. Enter miscellaneous receipts in the Receipts window to record non-invoice related payments such as investment income, interest income, refunds, and revenue from stock sales. Select the value DOCUMENT NUMBER in attribute set parameter to see the document number in report output. The attribute set associated with a report determines the layout and content of the report. Navigate to View-> Requests -> Run

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Report Parameters Name


Attribute Set Reporting Level Reporting Context Set of Books Currency Company Segment Low Company Segment High GL Date From GL Date To Batch Name Low Batch Name High Deposit Date From Deposit Date To Receipt Number Low Receipt Number High

Optional/Required/Defaulted
Required Required Required Optional Required Required Required Required Optional Optional Optional Optional Optional Optional

Description
DOCUMENT NUMBER This field will get value automatically This field will get value automatically This field will get value automatically Enter Unit name Enter Unit name Starting Date End Date Leave this field as blank Blank Deposit date start Deposit date end

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FCI Receivables Invoice Register


Use this report to review a list of receipts for the range of dates, receipt numbers, or document numbers that you specify. This report includes both standard trade receipts and miscellaneous receipts. The report total should tie to the total of the Receipts Journal, which displays the GL account assignments of all the receipts. Navigate to View-> Requests -> Run

Report Parameters Name


Order By Report by Line Company Segment Low GL Date From GL Date To Customer Name Low Customer Name High Customer Number Low Customer Number High

Optional/Required/Defaulted
Required Required Required Optional Optional Optional Optional Optional Optional

Description
Select from Customer, Invoice Number This field will get value automatically Enter Unit name Starting Date End Date Customer Name starting from Customer Name till Customer Number starting from Customer Number till

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India Receivables TDS Tracking Report


This report lists the certificates received from the customers and its corresponding details.

Report Parameters Name


Organization Customer Name

Optional/Required/Defaulted
Optional Optional

Description
FCI OPERATING UNIT Name of the customer

Billing and Receipt History


This report is to review a detailed list of transactions for the date range that you specify. This report can also see all the activities against each transaction. This report prints one line for each activity against the transaction.

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Report Parameters Name


Customer Name Customer Number Invoice Number Invoice Amount Balance Due Transaction Date Account Status

Optional/Required/Defaulted
Optional Optional Optional Optional Optional Optional Optional

Description
Name of the customer Number of the customer Invoice Number Range can be given Invoice Amount Range can be given Balance Due Range can be given Transaction Date Range can be given Account Status Range can be given

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14.17 Sales Journal by GL Account


This report shows all transactions and the associated accounting flexfield information for the GL date range and accounts that you specify. Use the Sales Journal by GL Account to ensure that the Transaction Register matches your Sales Journal. You also use the Sales Journal when you balance your accounts receivable aging to your general ledger. To match both foreign and functional currency amounts to your general ledger, run your Sales Journal by currency. If you want to preview your post to see if your debits match your credits, run the Sales Journal with a posting status of Unposted.

Report Parameters
Account: Enter the full Accounting Flexfield range you want to include in this report. You can use this range to query for Tax Transactions not posted to Sales Tax Liability Accounts and for NonTax Transactions posted to Sales Tax Liability Accounts. Currency Code: The currency code you want to include in this report. GL Account Type: The type of general ledger accounts to include in this report. You can enter Freight, Receivable, Revenue, and Tax account types. GL Date: The invoice general ledger date range you want to include in this report. Order By: Sort your information by choosing one of the following: Sort and print your sales journal information by customer name. Sort and print your sales journal information by invoice number. Posting Status: The posting status to include in this report (Posted or Unposted). If you do not specify a status then the report will show all items.

Report Headings
Company: The balancing segment for this group of transactions. Currency: The currency code for this group of transactions. GL Account Type: The general ledger account type for the sales journal information on this page of the report.

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GL Date (Date) to (Date): The range of invoice general ledger dates you selected to print on this report. Posting Status: The posting status for sales journal information on this page of your report.

Row Headings
Subtotal by Invoice Currency: The total amount of debits and credits for an invoice in your functional currency. Totals: The total amount of debits and credits for this report in both your foreign and functional currency

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Unapplied Receipts Register

Use the Unapplied Receipts Register to review detailed information about your customers onaccount and unapplied payments for the date range that you specify. You can use this report to determine how much your customer owes after taking into account all onaccount and unapplied amounts. Receivables displays information about your onaccount or unapplied payment such as GL date, batch source, batch name, payment method, payment number, payment date, onaccount amount, and unapplied amount. This report includes both cash and miscellaneous receipts. If the profile option AR: Sort Customer Reports by Alternate Fields is Yes, Receivables will sort information using the value of the Alternate Name field in the Customers window. Report Parameters Format Option: Choose the format to use to print your report. You can choose from the following: Detailed: This option includes customer name, customer number and the GL date for this line as well as the payment balance information. Summarize : This option includes customer name and customer number as well as the payment balance information. Batch Name: Print report information for the receipt batch range that you specify. 119

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Batch Source: Print report information for the receipt batch source range that you specify. Currency Code: Print report information for the currency code that you specify. If you do not enter a currency, Receivables prints all amounts in your functional currency. Customer Name: Prints report information for the customer name range that you specify. Customer Number: Print report information for the customer number range that you specify. Receipt GL Date: Prints your report information for the general ledger date or general ledger date range that you specify. Receipt Number: Print report information for the receipt number range that you specify. Report Headings Company Segment: The balancing segment from the Accounting Flexfield. Currency: The currency code you specified for this report in the report parameters. Format: The format you selected for this report in the report parameters. GL Date (Date) to (Date): The GL date range you specified for this report in the report parameters.

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