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The One Function That Could Undermine Your Journal Entry Controls   Background: In R12, Oracle dramatically changed their subledger architecture by introducing SLA – Sub-Ledger Accounting Architecture. This change helps to standardize the way accounting is stored and transferred to the General Ledger and also allow multiple...

The One Profile Option That Could Undermine Your Journal Entry Controls   Background: Most organizations use ADI (client server version in 11i and prior and web version in R12 and later) to develop and upload Journal Entries (JEs). The JEs are subject to ‘manual’ journal entry controls. Typically,...

The One Configuration that Could Undermine Your Journal Entry Controls Background: In Oracle there are various seeded (i.e. provided upon installation of the applications) Sources of Journal Entries (JEs). Organizations implementing the application can also define more custom sources as part of their implementation. A custom...