Attention R12 Purchasing Accounting - Subledger Accounting

TroubleshootingRelease 12 introduced Subledger Accounting ( SLA) - an architectural layer between subledger and the General Ledger (GL).  Typically once data has been accounted properly, data transfer happens from subledger to GL through SLA.

During the transfer, some data corruption issues have been reported on the SLA to GL bridge. These issues may be categorized into below categories:

  •     Data with negative LEDGER_ID in the General Ledger (GL) tables.
  •     Data marked as "Transferred" in SLA but which has not reached GL.
  •     Data marked as "Not Transferred" in SLA, but which has reached GL.
  •     Multiple posting issues.
  •     Data which is in GL but which has been deleted from SLA (This is NOT applicable for 11i data)
  •     Journal Import failing with EP01 error while running the Transfer Journal Entries to GL program
  •     Data accounted in 11i and transferred to GL in R12 which is missing GL SL link id.

So what’s the fix?  See Doc ID 883557.1 for the patch fix for the root cause and the data fix in case corruption has occurred.
Comments:

Architectural layer is fine and trannsfer issues are understandable,but what is SLA is explained above please throw some light on use of SLA .

Posted by guest on July 01, 2013 at 08:34 AM EDT #

Hi, Subledger accounting was introduced in R12. SLA is a Rule-based accounting engine, toolset & repository supporting EBS modules (also called subledgers). The main idea is to have an option of allowing multiple accounting representations for a single business event, resolving conflicts between corporate and local fiscal accounting requirements. Also this introduces a common data model and user interface (UI) across subledgers, replaces various disparate 11i setups, providing single source of truth for financial and management analysis.

Take a look at R12 SLA: Subledger Accounting Reference Articles [Doc ID 985539.1] for a listing of documents which explain SLA.

Posted by LuciaC on July 01, 2013 at 11:04 PM EDT #

Thanks for the info...

Posted by guest on March 08, 2014 at 08:28 AM EST #

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