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Introducing the Oracle EBS Order to Cash E-Business Tax Analyzer !!

Andrea Seale
SR. Principal Support Technical Analyst

[Contributing author: Sandra Shook]

Order to Cash E-Business Tax is a big part of Receivables.  This analyzer provides immediate analysis and output of a regime, content owner (organization), customer, transaction and setup data from a particular environment.

The Order to Cash E-Business Tax Analyzer is a tool designed to review and report tax issues by recommending known datafixes, code updates, and other guided assistance. It is a must-use tool for Customers who use the Receivables Order to Cash functionality. We recommend that the analyzer be run proactively and regularly, to help you keep ahead of any E-Business Tax (eBTax) issues. And of course, the analyzer is the go-to tool when having any Receivables errors or issues. The analyzer is so convenient, you can even schedule it to run as a Concurrent Program (like any other analyzer).

The Oracle Order to Cash E-Business Tax Analyzer includes checks for:

  • Missing critical RPC patches and known fixes
  • Missing required setups for Tax and Customers
  • Missing or incorrect data from the ZX tables
  • Regime setup
  • Partner Integration setup

Review EBS Order to Cash E-Business Tax Analyzer (Doc ID 2543707.1) to learn more, download the Analyzer and review the sample output.

Don't forget to provide your Feedback on the Analyzer via Doc ID 2543707.1 We look forward to continual updates and improvements, of this Analyzer, based upon your feedback. 

Use Doc ID 1939637.1 : EBS Analyzer Bundle Menu Tool, to get information on the Bundle Menu Tool, where you can download all EBS analyzers in a single download.

New to Analyzers? See them all in (Doc ID 1545562.1) : Get Proactive with Oracle E-Business Suite - Product Support Analyzer Index  (NOTE: This is updated frequently, since we create / update Analyzers across the EBS Product Lines).


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