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1 1 Sub Ledger Accounting Technical perspective Aug 15, :00 PM – 03:40 PM Presented By Venkat Vesangi

2 2 Agenda Introduction to Sub Ledger Accounting ( SLA ) New features of SLA Versus 11 i Configuration steps Technical Architecture Reports and Processes Issues and Troubleshooting Questions and Answers

3 3 Introduction to SLA  Sandwiched between most of Transaction Applications and General Ledger  Renders Accounting Services to Transaction Applications  Gateway to General Ledger  Cooking Pot for Accounting Entries  Common Accounting Data Model  Rule based Accounting Engine  Stores Complete and Balanced Journal Entry for a Sub Ledger Transaction that requires Accounting  Stores Sub Ledger Balances

4 4 Features of SLA Vs 11 i  Bi Directional Drill Downs  Multiple Accounting Representation for single Business Event  Resolves conflicts between Corporate and Local Accounting Requirements  Draft and Online Accounting  Centralized Accounting Rules  Detailed Accounting Entries

5 5 Features of SLA Vs 11 i

6 6 Features of SLA Vs 11 i  Sub Ledgers and GL is tied out as shown

7 7 Features of SLA Vs 11 i  Multiple Accounting Representation

8 8 Features of SLA Vs 11 i  Transfer Mode to GL

9 9 Configuration  Sub Ledger Journal Entry Consists of 3 Components Line Type, Line Description and Account derivation rule

10 10 Configuration  Accounting Methods Builder ( AMB ) Used to create and Modify Sub ledger Journal line set ups and application accounting Definitions. AMB includes the following features Accounting options that determine different characteristics of the journal entry Descriptions that appear on the sub ledger journal header and lines which provide additional information about the journal entry. For example, a sub ledger journal entry created for a Payables invoice can show the supplier name and invoice number. Account derivation rules to construct the accounts for a sub ledger journal entry line. Users define various rules in the AMB to determine how a journal entry account is derived. Users can derive accounts segment by segment or as a complete Accounting Flexfield. Conditions that determine when sub ledger journal entry accounts and lines are created. Some accounts can be used to create a journal entry only in certain circumstances. For example, an asset account can only be used when the Assets flag for an invoice distribution is enabled through the Oracle Payables Invoices window

11 11 Configuration  Relationship between various AMB Components are shone here

12 12 Configuration  Subledger Accounting Method Set Up

13 13 Configuration  System Options

14 14 Configuration  System Options

15 15 Configuration  Accounting Options ( Create Accounting )

16 16 Technical Architecture  SLA Tables Structure

17 17 Reports and Processes  Create Accounting This is one step process for transferring accounting entries to GL from Sub ledgers like AR, AP….. This Master Process Submits 1. Accounting Program. This creates Journals and generates output detailing the Transfer/Error details of events depending on input Parameters 2. Journal Import. This transfers Journals to GL. May also post depending on Input Parameters 3. Subledger Accounting Balances Update  Transfer Journal Entries to GL The Transfer Journal Entries to GL program enables you to transfer any eligible journal entries to General Ledger, including those from previous batch runs that have not yet been transferred to General Ledger. This one also picks up online final accounted Transactions not transferred to GL This Master Process Submits 1. Journal Import. This transfers Journals to GL. May also post depending on Input Parameters

18 18 Reports and Processes  Subledger Accounting provides the following reports 1. Journal Entries Report 2. Account Analysis Report 3. Third Party Balances. 4. Multiperiod Accounting Reports 5. Period Close Exceptions Report

19 19 Issue and Troubleshooting  Diagnostic Framework Business Process flow

20 20 Issue and Troubleshooting  Run Transaction Objects Diagnostics Request as shown below

21 21 Questions and Answers Questions and Open Discussions Contact Information Venkat Vesangi Phone: Presentation Copy


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