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Oracle Financials Cloud

What’s New in Release 12

January 2017

TABLE OF CONTENTS
REVISION HISTORY ............................................................................................................................................. 4

OVERVIEW ......................................................................................................................................................... 5
Security & New Features .................................................................................................................................................. 5
Give Us Feedback.............................................................................................................................................................. 5

UPGRADE/UPDATE TASKS .................................................................................................................................. 5
RELEASE FEATURE SUMMARY ............................................................................................................................ 6
COMMON TECHNOLOGIES AND USER EXPERIENCE ............................................................................................. 8

USER EXPERIENCE .......................................................................................................................................................... 8
Page Layout and Icons ...................................................................................................................................................... 8
ADFdi Ribbon Icons ........................................................................................................................................................... 9
APPLICATIONS SECURITY ............................................................................................................................................... 10
Improved Data Security Model ....................................................................................................................................... 11
User Account Management ............................................................................................................................................ 15
Administrator Password Management ........................................................................................................................... 17
User Password Management (Self-Service) .................................................................................................................... 17
User Account Locking ..................................................................................................................................................... 18
Enhanced Role Visualization ........................................................................................................................................... 19
Tabular Role Hierarchy View .......................................................................................................................................... 22
Search in Role Hierarchy Visualization............................................................................................................................ 24
User Name Generation Rules ......................................................................................................................................... 25
Password Policies ........................................................................................................................................................... 26
Notification Templates ................................................................................................................................................... 27
Upgrade-Safe Management of Factory Shipped Roles ................................................................................................... 28
Bridge for Microsoft Active Directory ............................................................................................................................. 30
User Password Changes Audit Report ............................................................................................................................ 31
Integrate Custom Identity Management Solution .......................................................................................................... 32
Password Reset............................................................................................................................................................... 33
Security Console ............................................................................................................................................................. 34
New Function Security Privileges for Applications Security............................................................................................ 34
INTEGRATION .............................................................................................................................................................. 36
Financials Data Extract - Outbound Integration ............................................................................................................ 36
Partner Transaction Tax Integrations with Oracle ERP Cloud ......................................................................................... 36
Oracle Planning and Budgeting Integration .................................................................................................................... 37

FINANCIALS...................................................................................................................................................... 38
ADVANCED COLLECTIONS .............................................................................................................................................. 38
Collections Work Area .................................................................................................................................................... 38
Case Folder ..................................................................................................................................................................... 42
ASSETS ...................................................................................................................................................................... 45
Assets Statutory Reports ................................................................................................................................................ 45
EXPENSES................................................................................................................................................................... 47
Global Per Diem Policies ................................................................................................................................................. 47
PAYMENTS ................................................................................................................................................................. 51
Payment Approvals......................................................................................................................................................... 51
RECEIVABLES .............................................................................................................................................................. 59

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Recurring Billing .............................................................................................................................................................. 59
Installment Update ......................................................................................................................................................... 63
ADFdi Ribbon Tab Button Changes ................................................................................................................................. 64
Bank Account Transfer Information for Completed Transactions .................................................................................. 68
TRANSACTIONAL BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE (OTBI) .............................................................................................................. 70
Improved Payables and Receivables Reconciliation Drilldown Scalability ...................................................................... 70
Usability Improvements for Assets ................................................................................................................................. 73
Usability Improvements for General Ledger................................................................................................................... 75
Receivables Descriptive Flexfields .................................................................................................................................. 77
General Ledger Descriptive Flexfields............................................................................................................................. 78
Global Descriptive Flexfields ........................................................................................................................................... 78
Expenses Descriptive Flexfields ...................................................................................................................................... 79
Improved Support for Audit ........................................................................................................................................... 79
Subject Area Search ........................................................................................................................................................ 79
Save a Column ................................................................................................................................................................ 80
New Print & Export Options ........................................................................................................................................... 81
HTML5 Graph Style ......................................................................................................................................................... 82

REGIONAL AND COUNTRY-SPECIFIC FEATURES ................................................................................................. 83
FINANCIALS FOR LATIN AMERICA .................................................................................................................................... 83
Country-Specific Features for Mexico............................................................................................................................. 83
Chart of Accounts for Mexico ......................................................................................................................................... 83
Journals for Mexico ........................................................................................................................................................ 84
Trial Balance Report for Mexico ..................................................................................................................................... 85
Auxiliary Report for Mexico ............................................................................................................................................ 85
Electronic Invoicing Compliance ..................................................................................................................................... 86

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REVISION HISTORY

This document will continue to evolve as existing sections change and new information is added. All
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5 .and Post-Upgrade steps for ERP. Each section includes a brief description of the feature. Please send us your feedback at oracle_fusion_applications_help_ww_grp@oracle. deploy and validate your upgrade to this release. we have published Oracle ERP Cloud: Performing Your Release 12 Upgrade on My Oracle Support. .com UPGRADE/UPDATE TASKS This section gives you information to help you plan. This document includes a list of all Pre. the steps you need to take to enable or begin using the feature. GIVE US FEEDBACK We welcome your comments and suggestions to improve the content. We frequently update this document so don’t forget to check back and get the latest information before you start your upgrade.OVERVIEW This guide outlines the information you need to know about new or improved functionality in Oracle Financials Cloud Release 12 and describes any tasks you might need to perform for the update. and the resources available to help you. SECURITY & NEW FEATURES We would like to remind you if your system has modified security structures you may need to advise your security administrator of new features you would like to use. For Oracle ERP Cloud. any tips or considerations that you should keep in mind.

RELEASE FEATURE SUMMARY Some of the new Release 12 features are automatically available to users after the upgrade and some require action from the user. or Oracle. Action Required to Enable Feature End User Administrator Oracle Service Automatically Action Action Request Feature Available Required Required Required User Experience Page Layout and Icons  ADFdi Ribbon Icons  Applications Security Improved Data Security Model  User Account Management  Administrator Password Management  User Password Management (Self-Service)  User Account Locking  Enhanced Role Visualization  Tabular Role Hierarchy View  Search in Role Hierarchy Visualization  User Name Generation Rules  Password Policies  Notification Templates  Upgrade-Safe Management of Factory Shipped  Roles Bridge for Microsoft Active Directory  User Password Changes Audit Report  Integrate Custom Identity Management Solution  Password Reset  Security Console  New Function Security Privileges for Applications  Security Advanced Collections Collections Work Area  Case Folder  . the application implementation administrator. The table below offers a quick view of the actions required to enable each of the Release 12 features in Oracle Financials Cloud. 6 .

7 . Action Required to Enable Feature End User Administrator Oracle Service Automatically Action Action Request Feature Available Required Required Required Assets Assets Statutory Reports  Expenses Global Per Diem Policies  Payments Payment Approvals  Receivables Recurring Billing   Installment Update  ADFdi Ribbon Tab Button Changes  Bank Account Transfer Information for Completed  Transactions Transactional Business Intelligence (OTBI) Improved Payables and Receivables Reconciliation  Drilldown Scalability Usability Improvements for Assets  Usability Improvements for General Ledger  Receivables Descriptive Flexfields  General Ledger Descriptive Flexfields  Global Descriptive Flexfields  Expenses Descriptive Flexfields  Improved Support for Audit  Subject Area Search  Save A Column  New Print & Export Options  HTML5 Graph Style  Financials for Latin America Chart of Accounts for Mexico  Journals for Mexico  Trial Balance Report for Mexico  Auxiliary Report for Mexico  Electronic Invoicing Compliance  .

allowing you to access functions and perform actions on the page. buttons and regions have been moved on the page in order to provide a more effective and accessible work area on any device. A new set of icons with a simplified appearance has been introduced. TIPS AND CONSIDERATIONS • The Release 12 function icons are grey. These are the overall investments in technology and user experience that Oracle has focused on in this release.COMMON TECHNOLOGIES AND USER EXPERIENCE This section gives an overview of common features available in Release 12. • New Ribbon icons for ADFdi spreadsheets. Some fields. disabled icons are light grey. USER EXPERIENCE In Release 12 we have modernized and simplified the user experience with : • A new look and feel to setup pages to provide a clear layout. . 8 . Enabled icons are dark grey. All pages throughout the application now have a consistent style. STEPS TO ENABLE No steps are necessary to enable this feature. • Hover over an icon to see a tooltip describing the icon. PAGE LAYOUT AND ICONS The new look and feel of the transaction pages (introduced in Release 11) is expanded to include all setup pages in Oracle Financials Cloud in Release 12.

ADFDI RIBBON ICONS In ADFdi spreadsheets. 9 . . certain buttons are changed to Ribbon icons to group together actions in one place. STEPS TO ENABLE No steps are necessary to enable this feature.

and certificate management. security administration functions were distributed across Oracle Identity Management (OIM) and Authorization Policy Manager (APM). In Release 12. to run security reports. • Easy Integration with Identity and Access Management (IDM/IAM) Systems –New capabilities to synchronize user account information with Identity and Access Management (IDM/IAM) systems.APPLICATIONS SECURITY Oracle Fusion Applications Security provides a single console where IT Security Managers and Administrators can perform various functions including user lifecycle management. . and download a connector for integration with Microsoft Active Directory. Oracle Fusion Applications Security offers several new capabilities that offer customers the following benefits: • A Simplified User Experience for the IT Security Manager . The console also enables users to simulate the effect of security changes. role hierarchy maintenance. username and password policy administration. security policy management(both functional and data).Prior to Release 12. This synchronization enables the delivery of a Single Sign-On experience through these systems. In Release 12. these functions are delivered through a single interface – the Security Console. OIM and APM are no longer available in R12. role definition. 10 .

customers can make copies of pre- defined roles and freely customize these copies. and password management. in turn enables customers to safely adopt new enhancements that may be delivered with pre-defined roles in future releases.Starting from Release 12. modify user attributes (e. email). • Upgrade-Safe Reference Role Model . As in R11. the usage of generated data roles for data security . privileges and resources are protected. etc. Since data roles are no longer used. • Enhanced Self-Service Capabilities . IMPROVED DATA SECURITY MODEL A new data security model was introduced in Release 11 that only applied to new Oracle ERP Cloud customers. They can. since the possibility of conflict with customer introduced changes to these roles is now eliminated. Administrators can also tailor username and password generation by choosing from a list of shipped policies. customers who were using Oracle ERP Cloud prior to Release 11 have continued to use the data role based data security in Release 11. Users cannot create or modify these artifacts Locking down these security artifacts enables safe upgrades to pre-defined roles. Customers can use this API to create user accounts. customers must continue to log a Service Request (SR) to set up federated Single Sign-On (SSO) between these systems. Once the federation is enabled. such as a new business unit. Please refer to the Upgrading Applications Security in Oracle ERP Cloud for any steps that may be required to prepare for and adopt this feature. For Microsoft Active Directory (AD) and Oracle Identity Management (OIM). and fetch user account and role information. 11 . In addition.Administrators are able to manage the entire user lifecycle. however. the connectors will synchronize information. In Release 12. In Release 12 all users will now be assigned to the appropriate data sets using the new Manage Data Access for Users page. This. enable/disable users. a new ledger. Release 12 also delivers a REST API based on the SCIM (System for Cross-Domain Identity Management) standard. add new data security policies to these pre-defined roles. customers can download and install connectors that will automatically synchronize user account information between Oracle Fusion Applications and these IDM systems. Customers will not be able to modify the functional and data security policies that are associated with these roles. Please refer to the Upgrading Applications Security in Oracle ERP Cloud for any steps that may be required to prepare for and adopt this feature. While customers who started using Oracle ERP Cloud in Release 11 have been introduced to this new model. As in R11. they will no longer be automatically generated upon the creation of a new data security element.g. without the need for assigning data roles generated from data role templates. pre-defined roles that are shipped with Oracle Applications Security will be locked down. They can customize how notifications are generated and sent for various user lifecycle events including user account creation.

Supply Chain Management. and customers who are using the data role based model will be upgraded to use the new user-role-data assignment model. including Financials. you must navigate to Setup and Maintenance > Manage Data Access for Users task. this new feature is available to the following reference job roles: Reference Job Role Assignable Data Security Context Accounts Payable Manager Business Unit Accounts Payable Specialist Business Unit Accounts Payable Supervisor Business Unit Accounts Receivable Manager Business Unit. Project Portfolio Management. and Incentive Compensation. Procurement. Manage Data Access for Users Page This new feature is available to all products in Oracle ERP Cloud. Specifically. To access the Manage Data Access for Users page. Reference Data Set Accounts Receivable Specialist Business Unit. 12 .will be discontinued. Reference Data Set Advanced Procurement Requester Business Unit Advanced Revenue Analyst Ledger Advanced Revenue Manager Ledger .

13 . Cost Organization. Reference Data Set General Accountant Data Access Set General Accounting Manager Data Access Set Grants Accountant Business Unit Grants Administrator Business Unit Incentive Compensation Analyst Business Unit Incentive Compensation Application Administrator Business Unit Incentive Compensation Manager Business Unit Incentive Compensation Plan Administrator Business Unit Internal Auditor Business Unit. Inventory Organization Inventory Manager Inventory Organization Order Administrator Reference Data Set Order Manager Business Unit .Reference Job Role Assignable Data Security Context Asset Accountant Fixed Asset Book Asset Accounting Manager Fixed Asset Book Budget Analyst Control Budget Budget Manager Control Budget Collections Agent Business Unit Collections Manager Business Unit Corporate Card Administrator Business Unit Cost Accountant Business Unit. Reference Data Set Expense Auditor Business Unit Expense Manager Business Unit Financial Analyst Data Access Set Financial Application Administrator Business Unit.

Project Organization Project Billing Specialist Business Unit Project Creator Business Unit Purchase Analysis Business Unit Receiving Agent Inventory Organization Shipping Agent Inventory Organization Shipping Manager Inventory Organization Supply Chain Application Administrator Cost Organization. Inventory Organization. the selection is limited to the roles that are currently assigned to the selected user. Only data roles generated from seeded data role templates will be upgraded. as the user-role-data assignment records require associated data security policies against the roles in order to drive data . Manufacturing Plant. Reference Data Set Tax Accountant Business Unit Tax Administrator Business Unit Tax Manager Business Unit Tax Specialist Business Unit Warehouse Manager Inventory Organization Warehouse Operator Inventory Organization STEPS TO ENABLE There are no steps needed to enable this feature.Reference Job Role Assignable Data Security Context Procurement Preparer Business Unit Procurement Requester Business Unit Project Accountant Business Unit Project Administrator Business Unit. a user must first be assigned to a role before data assignments can be created in the Manage Data Access for Users page. TIPS AND CONSIDERATIONS As data assignments are specific to a role. 14 . When selecting a role.

You can also search. and the required data security policies will only be present against the corresponding seeded roles. and manage user accounts automatically created for employees. or partner contacts. retrieve. contingent workers. Search User Accounts Page . You can assign roles to these user accounts using the following navigation: Tools > Security Console > User tab. 15 . KEY RESOURCES • Upgrading Applications Security in Oracle ERP Cloud USER ACCOUNT MANAGEMENT You can now create and manage implementation user accounts within Oracle Fusion Applications Security. supplier contacts. Instructions to manually upgrade custom data roles will be provided in a separate upgrade document.security.

Privilege Name and Code Job Role Name and Code Create User Account IT Security Manager ASE_CREATE_USER_ACCOUNT_PRIV ORA_FND_IT_SECURITY_MANAGER_JOB Delete User Account IT Security Manager ASE_DELETE_USER_ACCOUNT_PRIV ORA_FND_IT_SECURITY_MANAGER_JOB Edit User Account IT Security Manager ASE_EDIT_USER_ACCOUNT_PRIV ORA_FND_IT_SECURITY_MANAGER_JOB View User Account IT Security Manager ASE_VIEW_USER_ACCOUNT_PRIV ORA_FND_IT_SECURITY_MANAGER_JOB KEY RESOURCES For more information on the Security Console. go to the Help Center for the following guide: • Security Oracle HCM Cloud . ROLE INFORMATION The following function security privileges are required for this feature. Add User Account Page STEPS TO ENABLE There are no steps necessary to enable this feature. 16 .

go to the Help Center for the following guide: • Security Oracle HCM Cloud USER PASSWORD MANAGEMENT (SELF-SERVICE) You can now manage your own user account password using the Security Console. Passwords will be automatically validated against these policies.ADMINISTRATOR PASSWORD MANAGEMENT As an administrator. 17 . KEY RESOURCES For more information on the Security Console. you can manage passwords of other users using the Security Console. You can also define password lifecycle and complexity policies. Administrator’s Reset Password Page STEPS TO ENABLE There are no steps necessary to enable this feature. The password will be automatically validated against the defined password lifecycle and complexity policies. You can auto-generate or manually enter a password for a user account. .

18 . If you lock a user account. Lock User Account in Edit User Account Page STEPS TO ENABLE There are no steps necessary to enable this feature. You can also unlock a locked user account. Self-Service Password Reset Page STEPS TO ENABLE There are no steps necessary to enable this feature. . you can now lock user accounts. USER ACCOUNT LOCKING As an administrator. you will be temporarily preventing the user from logging in with that user account.

View Only the Privileges for a Role . You can also view the graph in full screen mode and pan over a specific region in the graph. these features enable you to reduce the amount of information visualized and to focus on the area within the role hierarchy that requires your attention. For complex roles.ENHANCED ROLE VISUALIZATION You can now view only certain components of a role in the graphic visualizer. You can view only the privileges. aggregate privileges or roles assigned to a role. 19 .

20 . View Only the Inherited Roles for a Role .

. Pan and View Top Left Region of the Graph STEPS TO ENABLE There are no steps necessary to enable this feature. 21 .

TABULAR ROLE HIERARCHY VIEW You can now view role hierarchies in a tabular view. 22 . Tabular View of Direct and Indirectly Inherited Roles for a Role . You can switch between the graphic visualizer view and the tabular view. You can also export the date displayed in the tabular view.

Tabular View of Direct and Indirectly Assigned Privileges for a Role Tabular View of Direct and Indirectly Assigned Users for a Role . 23 .

Export of Direct and Indirectly Inherited Privileges for a Role STEPS TO ENABLE There are no steps necessary to enable this feature. . roles or users in the visualization. You can search for privileges. SEARCH IN ROLE HIERARCHY VISUALIZATION You can now search and quickly locate security artifacts (nodes) in the role hierarchy visualization. 24 .

USER NAME GENERATION RULES You can now define the user name generation rules used to auto-generate the user name in Oracle Fusion Applications Security. User name generation rules can be based on the user’s first and last names. You can also choose to use a system generated user name if the rule fails to generate a user name. . e-mail or person number. Search in Role Hierarchy Graph STEPS TO ENABLE There are no steps necessary to enable this feature. 25 .

review the Validate User Lifecycle Settings topic in the Upgrade Guide for Oracle ERP Cloud Security. . You can also set the complexity of generated passwords by choosing from a pre-defined list of rules. 26 . Password Policy Region in the Administration Page STEPS TO ENABLE There are no steps necessary to enable this feature. These policies can define the duration for various password lifecycle events like password expiration and password warning generation. User Name Generation Rules Region in the Administration Page STEPS TO ENABLE There are no steps necessary to enable this feature. PASSWORD POLICIES You can now define policies for password management. TIPS AND CONSIDERATIONS If your company submitted a service request for Oracle to set up a custom username generation rule.

ROLE INFORMATION The following function security privilege is required for this feature: Privilege Name and Code Job Role Name and Code Run Password Expiry Job IT Security Manager ASE_PASSWORD_EXPIRY_ESS_JOB_PRIV ORA_FND_IT_SECURITY_MANAGER_JOB NOTIFICATION TEMPLATES You can now define custom notification templates for user account life cycle events. 27 . Notification Templates Region in the Administration Page . review the Validate User Lifecycle Settings topic in the Upgrade Guide for Oracle ERP Cloud Security. These templates will be used to generate notifications for events like user account created.TIPS AND CONSIDERATIONS If your company submitted a service request for Oracle to set up a custom password policy. user password reset and user password expiry warning. You can also use pre-defined notification templates.

Edit Notification Template Page STEPS TO ENABLE There are no steps necessary to enable this feature. TIPS AND CONSIDERATIONS If your company submitted a service request for Oracle to set up a custom notification template. 28 . You can. however. . Predefined Oracle roles are displayed in a different color in the graph visualizer. review the Validate User Lifecycle Settings topic in the Upgrade Guide for Oracle ERP Cloud Security. Predefined Oracle roles are locked and you cannot customize the Oracle delivered functional and data security policies associated with these roles. UPGRADE-SAFE MANAGEMENT OF FACTORY SHIPPED ROLES You can now identify a predefined (factory shipped) Oracle role when viewing the role. add data security policies to these roles.

. 29 . Predefined Role Indicator in the Edit Role Page Predefined Role Indicator in the Role Hierarchy Graph STEPS TO ENABLE There are no steps necessary to enable this feature.

BRIDGE FOR MICROSOFT ACTIVE DIRECTORY Simplify Single Sign-On with Microsoft Active Directory by downloading and installing the Active Directory Bridge from the Security Console. Active Directory Bridge Base Configuration Page Active Directory Bridge User Attribute Mappings Page . Automatically synchronize user account information between Oracle Fusion Applications Security and Microsoft Active Directory. 30 .

Active Directory Bridge Synchronization Status Page STEPS TO ENABLE There are no steps necessary to enable this feature. The report can be generated for changes made by specific users or for all changes made during a specific period. USER PASSWORD CHANGES AUDIT REPORT You can now generate a report that lists password changes made by users. 31 . .

. User Password Changes Audit Report Process Details Page STEPS TO ENABLE There are no steps necessary to enable this feature. ROLE INFORMATION The following function security privilege is required for this feature: Privilege Name and Code Job Role Name and Code Run User Password Changes Audit Report IT Security Manager ASE_USER_PASSWORD_CHANGES_AUDIT_REPORT_PRIV ORA_FND_IT_SECURITY_MANAGER_JOB STEPS TO ENABLE There are no steps necessary to enable this feature. INTEGRATE CUSTOM IDENTITY MANAGEMENT SOLUTION You can now optionally Integrate with your Identity Management solution for user and role management using industry standard System for Cross-domain Identity Management (SCIM) REST APIs and ATOM feeds. 32 .

to change the password. A notification email will be sent to the user who requests a password reset. 33 . The user will be required to click on this link. This replaces the previous flow where users were required to answer a series of challenge questions to reset the password. PASSWORD RESET The password reset flow has been changed in Release 12.STEPS TO ENABLE There are no steps necessary to enable this feature. Email Notification to Reset Password . within a specific period of time.

combined with the ability to safely upgrade the reference security implementation will result in the following changes in functionality in the Security Console. • Users cannot grant resources directly to role. Resources are now only granted to privileges. STEPS TO ENABLE There are no steps necessary to enable this feature. • Users cannot create or modify privileges. • Users can view. SECURITY CONSOLE The unified security administrator interface. • Roles are now managed directly in the Security Console and are no longer managed within Oracle Identity Manager or Authorization Policy Manager. create or modify roles without first selecting an application. • All User Account information including password changes and lock/unlock status are managed in the security console. NEW FUNCTION SECURITY PRIVILEGES FOR APPLICATIONS SECURITY This section provides product-specific information that you need when implementing new Release 12 features in your existing roles. . User Reset Password Page STEPS TO ENABLE There are no steps necessary to enable this feature. 34 . They can continue to grant privileges to roles • Users cannot create or modify resources.

35 .If you are not using the predefined reference roles. then you need to add the function security privilege to relevant custom job roles. Privilege Name and Code Job Role Name Create User Account IT Security Manager ASE_CREATE_USER_ACCOUNT_PRIV Delete User Account IT Security Manager ASE_DELETE_USER_ACCOUNT_PRIV Edit User Account IT Security Manager ASE_EDIT_USER_ACCOUNT_PRIV View User Account IT Security Manager ASE_VIEW_USER_ACCOUNT_PRIV Enable Database Resource Management IT Security Manager ASE_ENABLE_DATABASE_RESOURCE_MGMT_PRIV Run Password Expiry Job IT Security Manager ASE_PASSWORD_EXPIRY_ESS_JOB_PRIV Run User Password Changes Audit Report IT Security Manager ASE_USER_PASSWORD_CHANGES_AUDIT_REPORT_PRIV . This table identifies the required function security privilege and the predefined role that automatically inherits the privileges during the upgrade.

tax calculation and determination.INTEGRATION FINANCIALS DATA EXTRACT . . The Oracle ERP Cloud Scheduled Processes page or 2. depending upon the different transaction tax needs sought across unique market segments and industries. or other cloud systems.OUTBOUND INTEGRATION The Financials Data Extract gives businesses the capability to extract complete or incremental financials data from the Oracle ERP Cloud to seamlessly integrate with on-premise. legacy. 36 . Automatically by using the ERP Integration Service. The following table outlines the key primary financials data extracts available: Application Data Extract Payables Payables Invoice Extract Payables Payments Extract Payables Prepayment Remittance Extract Receivables Receivables Transaction Extract Receivables Receivables Adjustments Extract Receivables Receipts Analysis Extract Receivables Receivables Billing History Extract Cash Management Bank Statement Extract Assets Asset Additions Extract Assets Asset Retirements Extract Assets Asset Transactions History Extract Assets Asset Transfers Extract General Ledger Journals Extract General Ledger Trial Balance Extract Tax Financial Tax Extract PARTNER TRANSACTION TAX INTEGRATIONS WITH ORACLE ERP CLOUD Oracle ERP Cloud integration with comprehensive transaction tax management solutions provided by tax partners is currently available for tax content. Customers can elect to leverage these partner transaction tax solutions independently or together in unison. and tax reporting. Business users can launch the outbound extract process from either : 1.

set up a few simple mappings and then push a button to pull the data into the EPM Cloud applications. 37 .The following summary outlines the key benefits in adopting partner transaction tax management solutions: ORACLE PLANNING AND BUDGETING INTEGRATION Oracle Planning and Budgeting Cloud Service enables organizations of all sizes to quickly adopt world- class planning and budgeting applications. or scheduled for a specific time. driving world-class functionality beyond finance across the enterprise. . with flexible deployment options and virtually no learning curve. The integration between Planning and Budgeting and the General Ledger keeps budget and actual amounts synchronized for financial reporting and analysis. You can use a seamless method to integrate Oracle Financials Cloud general ledger data with the Oracle Enterprise Performance Management Cloud if you use Oracle ERP Cloud Release 11 or higher. Integration of Planning and Budgeting with General Ledger allows users to take advantage of a joint offering which provides best in class functionality for both budgeting and accounting. This updated integration allows you to simply pick the desired source ledger from the Oracle Financials Cloud general ledger. This integration can be run manually. and does not require manual steps in the Oracle Financials Cloud or the EPM Cloud services.

record promises. COLLECTIONS WORK AREA Use the new Collections work area to gain comprehensive control of your assigned delinquent customers and collections tasks. tax. Smart processes run in the background. work status date. A collections agent can review customer information. The strategy management solution automatically identifies and applies a list of tasks that can be both automated and manual to improve the collection experience for both customers and collections agents. submit payments. It simplifies controls. The summary information on each infotile appears in the corresponding detail table for your review. streamline. Use the Delinquent Customer infotile to review your delinquent customers. fixed assets. and assigned strategy. accounts payable. expenses. ADVANCED COLLECTIONS Advanced Collections provides a comprehensive solution to manage day-to-day collection operations. 38 . and cash management. work status. Efficiently prioritize work with at-a-glance reviews of current collections data. The detail table displays the customer. Automation capabilities for the collection process enables collection agents to focus on work assigned to them and follow up on tasks. conveniently summarized into four infotiles.FINANCIALS Oracle Financials Cloud offers an integrated financial management suite that is designed to automate. Access the work area by clicking the Collections icon on the springboard. 1. payment. and intercompany engines. providing accurate and up-to-date information to the collector. Take immediate action on pending items in the detail tables. and improves business decisions through a broad suite of capabilities around general ledger. and manage financial processes end-to-end. and request adjustments or disputes. as well as centralized accounting. accounts receivable. or drill down to individual pages for more complex activities. number of delinquencies. 3. collections. increases productivity. customer score. Use the four infotiles on the Collections work area to view each detailed table. Advanced Collections springboard 2. .

Delinquent Customers Infotile and Delinquent Customer list 4. . 39 . After drilling in to delinquent customer details. use the Customer Hierarchy to navigate to individual customer accounts and bill-to-sites.

promised date. 40 . and status. account transactions. Use the Promises infotile to review detailed information on all collectible promises and the subset of promises that have been broken. Customer Hierarchy 5. The detail table displays information about delinquent customers. promised amount. .

cancel and reassign strategy tasks directly in this work area. . Complete. Use the Activities infotile to manually review activities. Use the Strategy Tasks infotile to review information on all your manual strategy tasks. 41 . You can update the activities in this work area. Promises Infotile and Promise details 6. Strategy Tasks infotile and assigned Strategy Task details 7.

it is no longer necessary to drill into individual transactions to understand the effectiveness of collection efforts. Once the transactions are grouped in a Case Folder. save time and effort for customers that have a large number of similar invoices that can be grouped into a Case Folder. use the new Case Folder page to manage and take actions against the set of transactions. Activities infotile STEPS TO ENABLE There are no steps needed to enable the feature. This will increase collections efficiency. Create a Case Folder by selecting multiple transactions and using the Actions menu > Create Case Folder. 1. Using the case number. . CASE FOLDER The Advanced Collections Case Folder enables transactions to be grouped and collections activities to be performed against the entire group at one time. 42 .

2. 43 . . Perform collections activities against the entire set of transactions. Add or remove transactions from the Case Folder using the Select and Add icons in the Case Folder page. 3. Manage the Case Folder in the new page.

.STEPS TO ENABLE There are no steps needed to enable the feature. 44 .

Standard accounting. Standard management tasks. disposals. The following screen captures illustrate the feature and its benefits. Track new asset additions or adjustments by source. ASSETS STATUTORY REPORTS Stay in total control of assets by tracking asset sources. operational. 45 . financial adjustments. such as asset additions. and legacy data conversions can be streamlined with automated business flows. including the related invoice details for any period range. asset transfers.ASSETS Assets simplifies fixed asset accounting tasks and automates asset management. reclassifications. and registry reports are available for ease of reconciliation and analysis. Use Assets as a unified source of asset data from both Oracle Applications Cloud and external feeder systems to provide visibility into worldwide assets. Track asset costs by sources .

STEPS TO ENABLE No steps are necessary to enable this feature. KEY RESOURCES • Oracle® Fusion Applications Financials Implementation Guide. . The new Sales or Exchanges of Property Report expedites Form 4797 Inland Revenue compliance. Track cost changes to existing assets by their sources Comply with US Inland Revenue Property Tax Sections 1245 and 1250. 46 . TIPS AND CONSIDERATIONS • Set up capitalization thresholds for your category book defaults to ensure ease of property tax reporting. Release 12. Track amounts for sale held longer than the capital gain thresholds.

and/or incidentals. accommodations. Setup per diem policies to reimburse meals. . define them in the location currency as 150 USD in Los Angeles and 150 GBP in London. Define the rules governing per diem reimbursement and the applicable rates in a per diem policy. 47 . Sum of Separate Rates: A sum of rates for meals. When per diem policies are enabled. the application automatically calculates the per diem amount based on the trip details entered in the expense report. Sum of Separate Time Range Rates: A sum of rates for meals. and/or incidentals. which are predetermined travel expense amounts. • Rate Includes Define the rates included in the total per diem amount and the deductions that can be applied if free meals or free accommodation are applicable. you can define the per diem rate as 150 USD in Los Angeles and 200 USD in London. Daily Time Range Rates: Rate varies depending on the duration of each day of the trip. The following options are available: • Rate Calculation Method Specify the calculation method for per diem rates by selecting one of the following options: Daily Rate: A fixed day or night rate with or without deductions. The rate varies based on the duration of the trip. based on a set of criteria. Per diem policies provide a broad set of configurable criteria to support global per diem requirements. Managers and auditors can review the per diem details in the expense report approval notifications. Alternately. claim per diem. free meals and accommodation must be indicated in expense reports. For example. accommodations.EXPENSES GLOBAL PER DIEM POLICIES With the addition of per diem policies. and incidental expenses to ensure compliance with local regulations. accommodations. • Rate Currency Define the per diem rates in a single currency or by location currencies. When deductions are enabled for a policy. such as midnight to midnight.

or weekend and holiday travel. Additionally. such as location or role. specify per diem eligibility criteria. 48 . same day travel. Rate Determinants and Rate Rules . long-term travel. • Rate Determinants Use this option if the rate varies by additional factors. • Rate Rules Use this option if the per diem rates vary by departure and arrival time.

define the rates. Complex per diem policies can be created using a spreadsheet. Deductions and First and Last Day Rules After defining per diem reimbursement rules. 49 . Per Diem Expense in Expense Entry . When a per diem policy is enabled. the application automatically calculates the rates based on the trip details.

complete the following tasks. Per Diem Details in Expense Entry STEPS TO ENABLE To enable policies. which are accessible from the Define Expense Policies and Rules task list: 1. Manage Policies by Expense Category: Define per diem policies and activate them for use. Manage Expense Report Templates: Define expense types and assign policies. 2. . 50 . You can also assign a single policy to multiple expense types when applicable.

51 . Oracle Payments is a fundamental part of the Oracle Applications architecture and is integrated with multiple products that require support for payment processing. Select the Enable payment approval option. navigate to: Setup and Maintenance > Search: Manage Disbursement System Options > Manage Disbursement System Options page. Oracle Payments processes invoice payments from Oracle Payables and settlements against credit cards and bank accounts from Oracle Receivables. . Oracle Payments provides the infrastructure needed to connect these applications and others with third-party payment systems and financial institutions. STEPS TO ENABLE 1. Payment approval allows management to control payments by prioritizing available funds to use them effectively. PAYMENT APPROVALS The payment approval feature enables payments to be sent to approvers for review before final payments are made to suppliers. Approvers can approve or reject payment process requests from e- mails or payment approval worklist notifications.PAYMENTS Oracle Payments provides a highly configurable and robust engine to disburse and receive payments. 2. To enable payment approvals. As the central payment engine.

only payment process requests initiated from Oracle Payables are routed for approval. 2. b. . Click on the Manage Task Configurations for Financials link. 52 . When the payment approval option is enabled on the Manage Disbursement System Options page. a. Enable Payment Approval Option on Manage Disbursement System Options TIPS AND CONSIDERATIONS 1. To configure payment approval rules. perform the following steps: Use Setup and Maintenance to navigate to the Business Process Management (BPM) Worklist application. Navigate to: Setup and Maintenance > Search: Define Approval Management for Financials.

Click the PaymentApproval (11.0) task.0. On the BPM Worklist page.1. c.12. d. Select the Assignees section. click the Edit icon. 53 . e. Payment Approval Task in Business Process Management Worklist .

When a payment process request is submitted with the payment approval option enabled. The payment process request is a straight through process and user intervention is not required unless payments need to be reviewed and stopped. After the payment approval process is triggered. The following rule routes all payments to the user “finuser2” when a payment process request process invoices with pay group equal to “Morethan5K”. the status of the payment process request is set to Payments Approval Initiated. Navigate to: Overview page > Tasks icon > Manage Payment Process Requests link > Manage Payment Process Requests page. 54 . Configure a payment approval rule to meet your business requirement.000 USD to approvers. the payment approval process is automatically triggered after the payment process request reaches the Review Proposed Payments stage. 6. Configuration of Payment Approval Rule Based on Pay Group 4. Associate the pay group called “Morethan5k” with invoices greater than 5. 5.000 USD. Sample Business Use Case: Your business wants to route all payments that are more than 5. 3. .

55 . After the payment approval process is initiated for a payment process request. Payment Approval Selections on Actions Menu . as well as payment approval worklist notifications. Payment Approval Worklist Notification 8. Payment Process Request in Payments Approval Initiated Status 7. Approvers can only approve or reject an entire payment file within a payment process request and not individual payments within a payment file. approvers receive e-mails.

Approve or Reject actions are enabled only for active approvers of the payment process request. Approvers can remove payments from the payment process request and approve it. modifications to a payment process request are only allowed by active approvers. When the payment approval process is in progress. 10. These actions are not available to other nonapprovers. 9. Approve or Reject Actions Available for a Payment Process Request in the Payments Approval Initiated Status . 56 . Removal of Payments from a Payment Process Request in the Payments Approval Initiated Status 11.

This action is performed by the submitter or approver of the payment process request. 57 . 12. Terminate Payment Process Action for a Payment Process Request in the Payments Approval Initiated Status . any user can select the Terminate Payment Process action. The Withdraw Approval action is enabled only when the payment process request status is Payments Approval Initiated. If required. Withdraw Approval Action Available for the Payment Process Request in Payments Approval Initiated Status 13.

they can conveniently approve or reject a payment process request by e-mail. When approvers receive payment approval workflow notification by e-mail. 14. . 58 .

an automated cash application solution that is unique in the industry. You can modify bill plan attributes for future transactions and review bill plan historical changes.RECEIVABLES Receivables provides a comprehensive solution for running day-to-day accounts receivable operations. 59 . Receivables provides SmartReceipts. After generating the transactions. you can review them. It includes services for customer billing and payment activities. and reconciliation to the general ledger. Launch the Manage Recurring Bill Plans page from the Billing work area. 1. . reviewing receivable balances. Role-based work areas for Billing and Accounts Receivable provide vivid. revenue recognition and adjustments. You can actively monitor all of your receivables events and drill down to details using the sophisticated and easy-to-use reporting tools RECURRING BILLING Recurring Billing captures customer bill plan information with recurring billing details and automatically generates recurring transactions at periodic intervals based on the plan. real-time displays of transaction and customer account information.

click on the plus (+) icon to open the Create Recurring Bill Plan page. Query and review bill plans in the Manage Recurring Bill Plans page. and Item or Memo Line information. Billing Frequency. Customer Account/Site. . Transaction Date. 60 . Payment Terms. From the Manage Recurring Bill Plans page. Use this page to create a new bill plan that captures customer details: Currency. 3. 2.

After running this program. search for a bill plan. 4. run the Import AutoInvoice program to import the transactions into Receivables. Use the Generate Recurring Billing Data process to generate transaction lines in the interface table for recurring bill plans. Go to the Manage Recurring Bill Plans page. Review the transactions generated from the recurring bill plan. . and click on the Review Transactions button. The process selects active bill plans according to the system date and other selection criteria and generates transaction interface lines for the applicable customers. 61 . 5.

or to review the bill plan history. and add or delete bill plan lines. You can change the conversion rate information. contract end date. From the Manage Recurring Bill Plans page. 62 . . 7. Use the Edit Recurring Bill Plan page to inactivate the plan. Use the Manage Recurring Bill Plans page to select a bill plan to copy. you can also review and edit a bill plan. receipt method. or to modify details of the plan according to the contract terms negotiated with your customer. customer bill-to and ship-to information. quantity and price. payment terms. 6.

STEPS TO ENABLE To use the Recurring Billing feature. adjusted. or disputed cannot be deleted. and installments that are paid. You can reduce the installment amount as far as the unpaid portion of the instalment. You can add or delete installments provided the total of all installment amounts after any modification is equal to the transaction entered amount. Select Review Installments from the Actions menu to open the Review Installments window. select “Enable recurring billing” for the applicable business unit in the Billing and Revenue tab of the Receivables System Options page. You can update the original amount of an installment with Open status (Balance Due > 0). 63 . . or increase the amount. The first installment. open the transaction in the Review Transaction page. To update installments. You can update the unpaid portion of installments and add or delete installments. INSTALLMENT UPDATE Use the Review Installments window to update the installments of a completed transaction. credited.

These changes apply to Manage AutoInvoice Lines. Manage Autoinvoice lines Release 11 Release 12 (Manage AutoInvoice Lines Tab) Search button Search icon Save button Upload icon Save and Submit AutoInvoice button Submit icon . Edit Receipt Remittance Batch. enable the "Allow change to printed transactions" option for the applicable business unit in the Billing and Revenue tab of the Receivables System Options page. ADFDI RIBBON TAB BUTTON CHANGES In ADFdi spreadsheets in Release 12. use the Ribbon icons in place of the buttons to perform actions as indicated in the tables below. 1. certain buttons were changed to Ribbon icons to group together actions in one place. and Manage Lockbox Transmission.STEPS TO ENABLE • Enable Installment Update by setting the "AR: Update Due Date" profile option to Yes. 64 . Create Receipt Batch. For each spreadsheet. • To allow updates to installments on printed transactions.

Autoinvoice Upload Spreadsheet . 65 .

66 . Create Receipt Batch Release 11 Release 12 (Create Receipt Batch Tab) Upload button Upload icon Clear All button Button removed: the Clear All Data icon is available Create Receipt Batch Spreadsheet . 2.

3. Edit Receipt Remittance Batch Release 11 Release 12 (Receipt Remittance References Tab) Upload button Upload icon Search button Search icon Clear All button Button removed: the Clear All Data icon is available Edit Receipt Remittance Batch Spreadsheet . 67 .

instead of the Create or Edit Transaction Page. . 68 . 4. Enter the bank account transfer receipt method and the associated payment instrument on the Payment tab of the Review Transaction page. Manage Lockbox Transmission Release 11 (Lockbox Errors Tab) Release 12 (Lockbox Errors Tab) Submit Validation and Post button Submit and Post icon Submit Lockbox Validation button Button removed Save button Upload icon Search button Search icon Reset button Button removed Manage Lockbox Transmission Spreadsheet BANK ACCOUNT TRANSFER INFORMATION FOR COMPLETED TRANSACTIONS For manually created transactions. you can provide the bank account transfer receipt method and the associated payment instrument on the Review Transaction page once you complete the transaction.

. 69 .STEPS TO ENABLE There are no steps needed to enable this feature.

Subledger Accounting .TRANSACTIONAL BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE (OTBI) Oracle Transactional Business Intelligence (OTBI) is a real time. Queries and reports are executed in real-time against the transactions. Run the Prepare Payables to General Ledger Reconciliation process to update Payables reconciliation details. IMPROVED PAYABLES AND RECEIVABLES RECONCILIATION DRILLDOWN SCALABILITY New tables improve the performance of drilling from GL reconciliation differences to Payables and Receivables activities. A single action link quickly displays the transactions that are the source of the difference. 70 . self-service reporting solution for all Oracle Financials Cloud users to create ad-hoc reports and perform analysis to improve decision-making. . 1. This prevents data mismatch between accounting summaries and difference drilldowns.Payables Summary Reconciliation Real Time The Payables Reconciliation Difference Details sub-folder contains information about Payables reconciliation differences to General Ledger.

71 . Payables to Ledger Reconciliation Report Dashboard Action links for differences have been consolidated into a single action link to drill to: • Invoices Differences Detail • Payments Differences Detail • Prepayments Application Differences Detail . 2.

3. Run the Prepare Receivables to General Ledger Reconciliation process to update Receivables reconciliation details. 72 . Subledger Accounting . .Receivable Summary Reconciliation Real Time The Receivables Reconciliation Difference Details sub-folder contains information about Receivables reconciliation differences to General Ledger.

Asset Retirements and Reinstatements Real Time • Fixed Assets . 4. Asset analysis functionality has been consolidated into two subject areas.Asset Transfer Real Time . Existing reports created in earlier releases that use these subject areas will not be affected.Asset Financial Information Real Time • Fixed Assets .Asset Assignments Real Time • Fixed Assets .Asset Source Lines Real Time • Fixed Assets . 73 . The following subject areas are no longer available for building new ad hoc reports. • Fixed Assets .Asset Balances Real Time • Fixed Assets . Receivable to Ledger Reconciliation Report Dashboard Action links for differences have been consolidated into a single action link to drill to: • Invoices Differences Detail • Adjustment Differences Detail • Bills Receivable Difference • Bill Receivable Application Difference • Applied Receipts Difference Detail • Unapplied and Unidentified Differences Detail USABILITY IMPROVEMENTS FOR ASSETS Assets subject areas for depreciation and asset transactions have been redesigned to better support the creation of asset reports.

• Summarization improves performance .g. or major metrics (e. Fixed Assets – Asset Transactions Real Time • Asset Transactions subject area enables detailed reporting of any type of transaction. Fixed Assets – Asset Depreciation Real Time • Comprehensive Asset Depreciation subject area better supports Asset reporting. cost) can be aggregated to see the net impact over an asset's life. 74 . 1. • Summarization improves performance. 2.The two remaining two subject areas now contain all functionality for asset reporting and analysis.

have been un- nested for easier access. General Ledger – Balances Real Time The dimension subfolders. . Currency.USABILITY IMPROVEMENTS FOR GENERAL LEDGER General Ledger subject areas have been modified for ease of access and use. and Currency Type. 1. 75 . such as Amount Type.

‘Balancing Segment Value’ has been removed from the Journal Header folder. . General Ledger – Journals Real Time The Dimension folder has been reorganized to more easily identify dimensional attributes. 2. 76 .

such as Currency. Currency Type.Miscellaneous Receipts AR_BATCHES Real Time . Subject Areas Descriptive Flexfields Receivables . RECEIVABLES DESCRIPTIVE FLEXFIELDS Descriptive flexfields have been added to the following Receivables subject areas to expand the available transaction data for reporting. 77 . and Scenario.Standard Receipts AR_BATCHES Application Details Real Time Receivables . 3. have been un-nested for easier access. General Ledger – Transactional Balances Real Time The dimension subfolders.Customer Real Time AR_CUSTOMER_PROFILE_AMOUNTS_HZ AR_CUSTOMER_PROFILES_HZ AR_CUSTOMER_PROFILE_CLASSES_HZ Receivables .

Receivables and General Ledger to support reporting on country-specific information.Journals Real Time GL_ENCUMB_TYPES General Ledger .GENERAL LEDGER DESCRIPTIVE FLEXFIELDS Descriptive flexfields have been added to the following General Ledger subject areas to expand the available transaction data for reporting. Subject Areas Descriptive Flexfields Payables JG_AP_CHECKS JG_AP_INVOICE_LINES JG_AP_INVOICES JG_AP_PAYMENT_SCHEDULES JGxAPInvoiceDistributions JG_CE_BANK_ACCOUNTS Receivables JG_AR_CASH_RECEIPTS JG_AR_PAYMENT_SCHEDULES JG_AR_RECEIPT_CLASSES JG_AR_RECEIVABLE_APPLICATIONS JG_RA_CUSTOMER_TRX_LINES General Ledger JG_GL_JE_HEADERS JG_GL_JE_LINES JGxGLPeriods . Subject Areas Descriptive Flexfields General Ledger .Journals Real Time GL_CAPTURED_INFO General Ledger .Transactional Balances Real Time Subledger Accounting . 78 .Journals Real Time GLOBAL DESCRIPTIVE FLEXFIELDS Global descriptive flexfields have been added to the subject areas for Payables.

. to expand the available transaction data for reporting. Legal Entity) SUBJECT AREA SEARCH Locating a field no longer requires you to navigate through the entire subject area. Reports can now include information about when transactions were created and modified and by whom. Created By. and Last Updated By columns are now available in the following subject areas: Payables Receivables Budgetary Control Cash Management Intercompany Subledger Accounting Common Dimensions (Ledger.Expense Transactions Real EXM_EXPENSES Time IMPROVED SUPPORT FOR AUDIT Auditing requirements are better supported by the addition of tracking columns in reporting. Last Updated Date. 79 . You can perform a search and directly add the search result to the report.EXPENSES DESCRIPTIVE FLEXFIELDS Expenses Descriptive Flexfields are now available in the Expense Transactions subject area. Creation Date. Subject Area Descriptive Flexfields Expenses . Ledger Set.

. TIPS AND CONSIDERATIONS 1. Users can now save a column with a formula and reuse the formula column in other reports or analysis by dragging and dropping it from the Catalog pane.SAVE A COLUMN In earlier releases. new columns created while building a report were available only in the report that was created. 80 . Save the column to the Subject Area Contents folder.

images. NEW PRINT & EXPORT OPTIONS New report print options improve formatting and readability of report information for greater control over the presentation of reports. Reuse the column by selecting it from the Catalog pane. and formatting • Set header and footer • Control fixed column width . • Set page orientation for PDF and PPT • Include charts. 81 . 2.

HTML5 GRAPH STYLE

OTBI graphs can now be viewed in web browsers that do not support Flash Player. The OTBI default
graph style has been changed from Flash to HTML5.

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REGIONAL AND COUNTRY-SPECIFIC FEATURES

Oracle Financials Cloud provides features that integrate with your procure-to-pay and order-to-cash
business flows for regional and country-specific statutory and business requirements.

FINANCIALS FOR LATIN AMERICA

Financials for Latin America supports country-specific features and functions for the Latin America
region. Oracle Financials Cloud Release 12 includes country-specific features for Mexico.

COUNTRY-SPECIFIC FEATURES FOR MEXICO

New government regulations in Mexico require companies to electronically submit accounting
information in a standard chart of accounts format to the Tax Administration Services (SAT) internet
portal through a registered e-mail account.

Oracle Financials Cloud Release 12 includes enhancements to Financials for Latin America for the
following reports:

• Chart of Accounts for Mexico Report
• Journals for Mexico Report

The following new reports are also available:

• Trial Balance Report for Mexico
• Auxiliary Report for Mexico

CHART OF ACCOUNTS FOR MEXICO

Use the Chart of Accounts for Mexico to define a chart of accounts in the format specified by the fiscal
authority. Associate the accounts to your company chart of accounts in order to generate your
accounting information in the specified format. Schedule the Chart of Accounts for Mexico process to
extract accounting information in the format specified by the fiscal authority.

The Chart of Accounts for Mexico report displays all the mapped accounts of your company and the
corresponding SAT accounts in XML format.

Complete the following set up before you run the Chart of Accounts for Mexico report:

• Set up the Taxpayer Identification Registry (RFC) for your company
• Define a value set and values for the company segment
• Define a value set and values for the account segment
• Define the contra account for Mexico
• Define a value set and values for the contra account segment
• Define the chart of accounts
• Define the chart of accounts mapping

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• Verify that the natural accounts appear at the correct level in the account hierarchy. You
can perform row and column flattening.

STEPS TO ENABLE

Perform the following steps to provide access to the Chart of Accounts for Mexico:

1. Sign in as IT_SECURITY_MANAGER
2. Click the Navigator menu and then click Security Console.
3. Enter Generate Chart of Accounts for Mexico Electronic Accounting in the Search field.
4. Click Search. The Generate Chart of Accounts for Mexico Electronic Accounting page appears.
5. Click the Edit Role button.
6. Click Users and then click Add Users.

Any users assigned the Generate Chart of Accounts for Mexico Electronic Accounting role will be able
to run the report.

KEY RESOURCES

For more information on how to create the report, see:

• Oracle Fusion Help Portal (https://fusionhelp.oracle.com/helpPortal)
• Using Analytics and Reports for Financial Cloud
(http://docs.oracle.com/cloud/latest/financialscs_gs/docs.htm)

JOURNALS FOR MEXICO

Extract accounting information for transactions posted in different subledgers in the format specified by
the fiscal authority using the Journals for Mexico report.

The Journals for Mexico report collects information on all transactions that are accounted and posted in
different subledgers. The report also captures information related to electronic invoices generated for
sales or received from suppliers for purchases. When entering and posting transactions in Payables and
Receivables, you must update the global descriptive flexfields.

STEPS TO ENABLE

Perform the following steps to provide access to the Journals for Mexico Report:

1. Sign in as IT_SECURITY_MANAGER
2. Click the Navigator menu and then click Security Console.
3. Enter Generate Journal Entries for Mexico Electronic Accounting in the Search field.
4. Click Search. The Generate Journal Entries for Mexico Electronic Accounting page appears.
5. Click the Edit Role button.
6. Click Users and then click Add Users.

Any user assigned the Generate Journal Entries for Mexico Electronic Accounting role will be able to
run the report.

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KEY RESOURCES

For more information on how to create the report, see:

• Oracle Fusion Help Portal (https://fusionhelp.oracle.com/helpPortal)
• Using Analytics and Reports for Financial Cloud
(http://docs.oracle.com/cloud/latest/financialscs_gs/docs.htm)

TRIAL BALANCE REPORT FOR MEXICO

Analyze and verify your accounting information using Oracle Hyperion Financial Reporting Studio to
generate the Trial Balance Report for Mexico. You can modify the report based on requirements from
the federal government.

The trial balance report is an XML file that includes a summary of the initial balances, the sum of total
transactions for the period, and the final balances for each account that you report in the Chart of
Accounts XML file. The accounts related to assets, liabilities, equity, and results of operations (revenues,
costs and expenses) are all included.

KEY RESOURCES

For more information on how to create the report and convert the report into an XML format, see:

• Oracle Fusion Help Portal (https://fusionhelp.oracle.com/helpPortal)
• Using Analytics and Reports for Financial Cloud
(http://docs.oracle.com/cloud/latest/financialscs_gs/docs.htm)

AUXILIARY REPORT FOR MEXICO

Generate the Auxiliary Report for Mexico using Oracle Transactional Business Intelligence (OTBI). This
report extracts the accounting details of transactions and journals posted during the period in the
format specified by the fiscal authorities. You can re-configure the report to align with changing
requirements from the federal government. The Auxiliary Report for Mexico provides an in-depth
analysis of all accounting entries for a given account in a given period. The report displays beginning and
ending balance, as well as the daily journal entries posted to that account during the period.

After generating the report, convert the report to an XML format so that it is ready to upload to the Tax
Administration Services (SAT) website.

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KEY RESOURCES For more information on how to create the report and convert the report into an XML format.com/helpPortal) • Using Analytics and Reports for Financial Cloud (http://docs.oracle. 86 . see: • Oracle Fusion Help Portal (https://fusionhelp. --- .com/cloud/latest/financialscs_gs/docs. The report extract includes all information needed to submit reports and the report formats may be modified as needed to meet the current or future reporting requirements of the federal government.oracle.htm) ELECTRONIC INVOICING COMPLIANCE Comply with electronic invoicing requirements for Mexico using Oracle Business Intelligence capabilities that: • allow your fiscal implementation partners to define reports that extract information in the required format for submission to fiscal authorities. • provides a web service to automatically record approved invoice numbers in the global descriptive flexfield of any receivable transaction in order to maintain the association required for reporting.

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