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Using WebAdi to Upload GL Journals? Excel 2013 is Now Certified with Webadi!

Adriana Bacila
Senior Principal Technical Support Engineer

Web Applications Desktop Integration (WebAdi) is a powerful tool leveraging desktop applications to perform some of the Oracle EBS Tasks. Familiar desktop tools such as Excel can be used to create spreadsheets, enter or change existing data, then upload or propagate the changes to EBS.

For General Ledger, WebAdi can help through usage of specific integrators to:

  •  Upload Journals to Gl 
  •  Upload Budget Journals or change existing Budget balances directly 
  •  Upload Intercompany Journals

Did you just upgrade to Microsoft Office 2013? 

Good news! Excel 2013 is now certified with WebAdi! 

Either using previous versions of Microsoft Excel or the 2013 version, they are certified with WebAdi; you may now plan your desktop applications upgrades as needed and continue to Enjoy the Webadi Experience! 

Need more details?

Is Microsoft Office 2013 Certified With Webadi and E-Business Suite? (Doc ID 1907418.1)

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Comments ( 6 )
  • Gökhan Karabulut Tuesday, January 19, 2016

    Hi,

    In Excel 2013, upload-download buttons are inactive. I can create the template succesfully but upload and download buttons are not active even after filling the journal.


  • Logan Friday, September 9, 2016

    Same issue as Gokhan above. I am unable to upload my ADI template into Oracle from my Excel 2013. It may be a setting, application error or other. I can create the template just fine, but am unable to upload it after filling out the JE. No Oracle addin button.


  • Virginia Monday, September 19, 2016

    Same issue as Gokham and Logan. Someone can help us?

    Thanks,

    Virginia


  • guest Tuesday, September 20, 2016

    Is your excel file saved as a macro-enabled file?


  • guest Tuesday, September 20, 2016

    Excel Settings:

    Click "File" -> "Options"

    Click "Trust Center" link in the "Excel Options" window

    Click "Trust Center Settings..." button

    In the "Trust Center" window click "Macro Settings" link from the menu on the left

    Under "Macro Settings" check "Disable all macros with notification"

    Under "Developer Macro Settings" check "Trust Access to the VBA project object model"

    Under "Projected View" all boxes need to be unchecked

    Click "OK" button to close the "Trust Center" window

    Click "OK" button to return to the spreadsheet

    Hope this helps


  • guest Tuesday, January 17, 2017

    I want to know the full process of Journal Uploading from Excel 2013


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