You have created an Invoice with an incorrect unit price. You need to perform the Rebill task from the Manage Transactions user interface to enter the correct transaction. Which two actions does the Manage Transactions user interface allow you to perform for the Rebill task?
A. Duplicate the original transaction.
B. Create a credit memo.
C. Incomplete the transaction.
D. Reverse the Transaction.
E. Correct the unit price.
Answer: A, B
When do I credit and rebill a transaction?
Sometimes the simplest way to manage a credit transaction is to credit and rebill. You credit the entire balance of an invoice (B), duplicate the original invoice (A) and update the duplicate with the correct information, then resubmit to the customer.
Common scenarios for credit and rebill include:
A customer indicates that an invoice does not reflect the correct price of a product or service. The customer requests a new invoice with the correct information.
A customer wants to correct their accounting directly in the subledger, instead of making a manual journal entry in general ledger. With credit and rebill, the credit memo reverses the accounting of the original invoice, and the updated duplicate invoice creates new accounting for posting to general ledger.
The customer wants to change the bill-to information on a posted transaction.
Reference: Oracle Fusion Applications Order Fulfillment, Receivables, Payments, Cash, and Collections Guide, When do I credit and rebill a transaction?
Select three values that default from Customer Profile Classes.
B. Legal Entity
C. Payment Terms
D. Statement Cycle
E. Business Purpose
Answer: A, C, D
* The customer profile class shares these default settings with other parts of Oracle Fusion Receivables: Match Receipts By; AutoMatch rule set; AutoCash rule set; AutoInvoice Grouping rule; payment terms (C); and tax printing options.
* Use Customer Profiles to group customers with similar credit worthiness, business volume, and payment cycles. For each profile class you can define information such as credit limits, payment terms, statement cycles, invoicing, and discount information. You can also define amount limits for your finance charges, dunning, and statements for each currency in which you do business.
Define your standard customer profiles in the Customer Profile Classes window. These profiles contain generic options you can use to group your customers into broad categories. For example, you might define three categories: one for prompt paying customers with favorable credit limits; one for late paying customers with high finance charge rates; and a third for customers who mostly pay on time, with discount incentives for early payment. You can also use the profile class 'DEFAULT,' which the system provides.
Assign a profile class to each of your customers and addresses in the Customers window. The customer profile class you assign provides the default values, then you can optionally customize these values to meet your specific requirements for each customer or address. If a profile is assigned to both a customer and one of that customer's addresses, the options set for the address take precedence over those set at the customer level.
The collections Manager runs the Determine Delinquency Using Scoring program to identify delinquent transitions. She wants to know the status of a particular transaction. On which tab she will find the status.
A. Customer Aging ta
B. Transaction Details ta
C. Transactions ta
D. Transaction aging ta
Note: Transactions do not become delinquent until the delinquency identification process is run and the dashboard summary table is refreshed.
Select three valid statements related to the Shared Service Model.
A. Shared Service Personnel can view Invoices across various business units.
B. Shared Service Personnel can do cross-business unit cash application.
C. Shared Service Personnel can process invoices for various business units.
D. Shared Service Personnel can see customer account details across business units.
E. Shared Service Personnel can report data across all business units but can enter transactions ONLY against one business unit.
Answer: A, C, D
* In Oracle Fusion applications, the service provider model defines relationships between business units for a specific business function, identifying one business in the relationship as a service provider of the business function, and the other business unit as its client.
* Shared Service Center: Points to Conside
Oracle Fusion applications supports shared service centers in two ways. First, with business unit security, which allows your shared service centers personnel to process transactions for other business units called clients. This was the foundation of Multi Org Access Control in the Oracle E-Business Suite.
Second, the service provider model expands on this capability to allow a business unit and its personnel in a shared service center to work on transactions of the client business units. It is possible to view the clients of a service provider business unit, and to view service providers of a client business unit.
Your shared service centers provide services to your client business units that can be part of other legal entities. In such cases, your cross charges and recoveries are in the form of receivables invoices, and not merely allocations within your general ledger, thereby providing internal controls and preventing inappropriate processing.
For example, in traditional local operations, an invoice of one business unit cannot be paid by a payment from another business unit. In contrast, in your shared service center environment, processes allowing one business unit to perform services for others, such as paying an invoice, are allowed and completed with the appropriate intercompany accounting. Shared service centers provide your users with access to the data of different business units and can comply with different local requirements.
Reference: Oracle Fusion Applications Financials Implementation Guide, Shared Service Center: Points to Conside
The drilldown option available in the task pane for receipts does NOT include ____________.
A. Create Remittance via Spreadsheet
B. Correct Funds Transfer Errors
C. Lockbox Transmission History
D. Create Receipt via Spreadsheet
You can click the manager Invoice Lines from the Billing Work Area to find Autoinvoice Exceptions. What parameters are used to summarize the exceptions for review?
A. Business Unit, Transaction Type, Invoice Date, Currency
B. Business Unit, Customer Name, Transaction Source, Total Amount
C. Business Unit, Transaction Source, Creation Date, Currency
D. Business Unit, Transaction Source, Transaction Type, Creation Date
Reference: Fusion Applications Help, AutoInvoice Interface Table RA_INTERFACE_LINES_ALL
Note 1: AutoInvoice Exception Handling
Records that fail validation are called ‘Exceptions’
Exceptions stay in Interface Tables which is RA_INTERFACE_ERRORS_ALL
Errors can be corrected in the Exception Handling window
Once corrections are made, Auto invoice must be resubmitted
Records that pass validation get transferred to Receivables tables
Note 2: Auto Invoice is a tool that can be used to import and validate transaction data from other financial systems from which one can create invoices, debit memos, credit memos, and on-account credits. It rejects transactions with invalid information to insure the integrity of the data
Which functionality is NOT provided by the Receivables to Ledger Reconciliation Report?
A. Limiting the display using the ad hoc paramete
B. Drilldown to see reconciling details
C. Drilldown to see what needs to transfer and post to the general ledge
D. Graphical and visualization components for viewing the reconciliation details
E. The reasons for the reconciling differences
B: Leverage the Payables to Ledger Reconciliation and the Receivables to Ledger Reconciliation reports using the interactive Oracle Transactional Business Intelligence (OTBI) reporting technology to:
Expand account balance information from summarized to detail data for optimal reconciliations
Facilitate manageability and clarity for the reconciliation process
E: If discrepancies exist, the process of matching each transaction to its respective accounting entry is automatically performed, finding all transactions and accounting entries that contributed to the out-of-balance situation.
Exceptions are automatically identified. For example:
Transactions that do not have complete accounting
Amounts that do not tie to the accounting entry amount
Manually entered journals that posted to the general ledger account
Journals that did not come from the subledger modules
Note: Periodically you need to reconcile the transactions in your accounts receivable system, both before and after you post to the general ledger. The Receivables to General Ledger Reconciliation extract and report help to simplify this process and reduce the amount of manual reconciling activity required.
Reference: Fusion Applications help, Reconciling Accounts: How It Works with the Subledgers
A customer calls into the Accounts Receivables Department asking for the balance of all invoices due in the next 30 days and has a question about a specific invoice line. As a Billing Specialist what action will you perform?
A. Search for the information in the Review Customer Account Details user interface.
B. Apply, reverse, or process the receipt.
C. Create an open debit memo.
D. Review receipt-, in pending status
The contextual area of the Review Customer Account Details page displays information about the most recent transaction and the most recent receipt belonging to the selected customer account. If there were multiple transactions or receipts on the same date, Oracle Fusion Receivables displays the transaction and receipt with the largest amount.
The billing Specialist creates an adjustment for an INCORRECT invoice and sends it for approval through the review and Manage Transaction link in the Billing Work Are
a. Since the adjustment amount is above approval limit, it is routed to the Billing Manager. What is the status of the Adjustment when the approver sees the adjustment in his Work Queue?
A. Pending Research
B. Pending Approval
C. Approval Required
D. Waiting Approval
When you enter adjustments outside your approval limits for the currency of the item that you are adjusting, Receivables creates the pending adjustment in the Approve Adjustments form with a status of Waiting Approval. Adjustment with the waiting approval can only be approved by users with the appropriate approval limit of currency of the item you are adjusting.
You are the Billing Manager and you are in charge of reviewing transactions and approving them. Which two tabs are available for your role in the Adjustments Overview Region on the Billing Work Area page?
A. Pending My Approval
B. Pending Approval
C. Pending Approval from Others
E. Pending Research
You want the flexibility to void a debit memo or credit memo if there is no activity on the transaction.
What setup is needed on the Void transaction type definition to achieve this objective?
A. Set the Open Receivables option to Yes and the Post to GL option to Yes.
B. Set the Open Receivables option to No and the Post to GL option to Yes.
C. Set the Open Receivables option to Yes and Post to GL Option to No.
D. Set the Open Receivables option to No and the Post to GL option to No.
To be able to void a debit memo, credit memo, on-account credit or invoice, define a Void transaction type with 'Open Receivables' and 'Post to GL' set to No. Then, as long as there is no activity against the transaction and it has not been posted to your general ledger, you can make it invalid by simply changing the transaction type to 'Void'.
Reference: Oracle Receivables, Transaction Types
What is the action you perform on a transaction once you drill down to the edit transaction window from the Billing Work Area page?
A. Incomplete Transaction
B. Complete and Review
C. Reverse the Transaction
D. Create a New Transaction
Reference: Fusion Applications help, Process Billing Adjustments FAQs