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Introducing the EBS Oracle Receivables Lockbox Analyzer

Bernardo Campesino
Principal Technical Support Engineer

The EBS Oracle Receivables Lockbox Analyzer is a self-service health-check script that reviews Lockbox related data, analyzes current configurations and settings for the environment and provides feedback and recommendations on best practices.  Analyzers may also be used as data collection tools by Support Engineers.  Your application data is not altered in any way when you run this analyzer.

The EBS Oracle Receivables Lockbox Analyzer will benefit you by providing:

  • Immediate analysis and output of EBS Oracle Receivables Lockbox data from a particular environment
  • Identifies Oracle Receivables system setup and configurations
  • Lockbox and Transmission Format Setup information
  • Interface data from AR_PAYMENTS_INTERFACE_ALL for a given Transmission Name
  • Customer identification information for a given Receipt Number
  • An overall status of records left in interface table after Lockbox process is run
  • Known data corruption errors and recommendations to resolve

It also provides recommended actions and best practices and can be executed as a standalone or Concurrent Request

Have a look at EBS Oracle Receivables Lockbox Analyzer (Doc ID 2323322.1) to learn more (including sample output) and to download the Analyzer. Do not forget to provide feedback via the same Doc ID 2323322.1. This will help us to continue improving this analyzer

Whether you are new to analyzers or you have been using them already, please check the following note frequently, as we continue adding and improving analyzers for the different E-Business Suite modules:

  Get Proactive with Oracle E-Business Suite - Product Support Analyzer Index (Doc ID 1545562.1)
 
Make sure you also check E-Business Suite Support Analyzer Bundle Menu Tool (Doc ID 1939637.1), which will allow you to manage and use all your analyzers

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