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Monday, May 17, 2010

Payables Open Interface Import Parameters

In this below post, I had published information about the parameters related to “Payables Open Interface Import” Program. Info from R12.1.1 instance.



Mandatory Parameters:

1.       Source: It can be any of the below list
Ø      Invoice Gateway - Invoice records you entered in the Invoice Gateway window
Ø      E-Commerce Gateway- Supplier invoices transferred through EDI
Ø      Credit Card- Procurement cards transactions from the credit card issuer
Ø      Oracle Property Manager- Lease invoices from Oracle Property Manager.
Ø      Oracle Assets- Lease payments from Oracle Assets.
Ø      User-defined- For invoice loaded from legacy Systems
2.       Invoice Batch Name
Ø      Use Batch Control Payables Profile option need to be enabled to use this parameter
Ø      Payables groups the invoices created from the invoice records you import and creates an invoice batch with the batch name you enter
Ø      While Re-importing the error invoices make sure the batch name remains the same
Optional Parameters:
3.       Operating Unit: Filtering predicate when null import program process invoice from all operating units.
4.       Hold Name: When this parameter is provided with the hold name, then the import program creates the invoices and blocks them with mentioned hold.
5.       Hold Reason: Corresponds to Hold Name
6.       GL Date: This value is used as a GL date for the invoices whose GL_DATE columns in interface tables are not populated.
7.       Purge. Enter Yes if you want Payables to delete from the Payables Open Interface tables all successfully imported invoice records that match the Source and Group ID of this import
8.       Summarize Report: Provides a Summarize report when ‘YES’

2 Responses to “Payables Open Interface Import Parameters”

Anonymous said...
July 15, 2010 at 6:13 AM

Hi ,
I wanted to know whether the group_id we populate in the ap_invoices-interface table is the same group id in the list of parameters ?? or the group_id relates to the batch name ??


Anonymous said...
February 17, 2014 at 2:47 AM

its the same :P


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