What you will learn
This course will be applicable for customers who have implemented Oracle E-Business Suite Release 12, 12.1 or R12.2
This R12.2 Oracle Subledger Accounting Fundamentals Ed 1 training teaches you about the rule-based accounting
engine, toolset and repository that supports Oracle E-Business Suite modules. Expert Oracle University instructors will
begin with with an overview of Subledger Accounting key concepts and terminology.
Create and modify the setup for subledger journal entries and application accounting definitions for Oracle subledger
Create journal entries and transfer them to General Ledger.
Inquire and report on subledger journal entries.
Understand how Oracle Subledger Accounting integrates with the Oracle eBusiness Suite applications.
Understand the major features of Oracle Subledger Accounting.
Use Accounting Methods Builder (AMB) to create and modify subledger journal line setups and application accounting
Benefits to You
By taking this course, you'll get a chance to deep dive into implementation considerations for setting up and using
Oracle Subledger Accounting. You'll walk away with the knowledge to use the Create Accounting program and the
Transfer Journal Entries to General Ledger program to create and transfer journal entries to the general ledger.
Create Subledger Accounting Entries
Furthermore, taking this course will also help you develop an understanding of how to create subledger accounting
entries. You'll learn how to compare subledger journal entry information and view subledger journal entry headers and
Inquire & Report on Subledger Journal Entries
You'll learn to inquire and report on subledger journal entries, accounting events and general ledger balances. Spend
time drilling down to the underlying transactions, while learning to generate the Journal Entries report.
The course also touches on some of the more advanced options, like custom sources, business flows, multiperiod
accounting, sequences and the diagnostic framework.
Working knowledge of Oracle Payables
R12.x Oracle Payables Management Fundamentals
Knowledge of fundamental accounting principles
Define journal line types and definitions
Understand the process for building application accounting definitions
Define account derivation rules
Create copies of seeded definitions and customize them
Create and transfer journal entries by using the Create Accounting program
Transfer eligible journal entries to General Ledger by using the Transfer Journal Entries to General Ledger program
Create subledger journal entries
Use the Transaction and Accounting chart of accounts
Define supporting references and perform inquiries on supporting reference balance
Perform inquiries on General Ledger account balances, accounting events, journal entries, and journal entry lines based
on multiple selection criteria
View error information about accounting events and journal entries
Set up and copy business flows
Understand multiple accounting representations for reporting currencies and secondary ledgers
Use the diagnostic framework to review the journal entries created by the Subledger Accounting program
Define subledger accounting methods
Understand the integration of Oracle Subledger Accounting with other Oracle eBusiness applications
What Is Subledger Accounting?
Introduction to Subledger Accounting
What Is a Subledger?
Create Accounting Program Overview
Draft Accounting and Online Accounting
Transfer Journal Entries to GL Program Overview
Transfer Journal Entries to General Ledger Program
Accounting Events Inquiry Process
Viewing Subledger Journal Entry Lines
Subledger Journal Entry Lines Inquiry Process
Drilldown from GL
Accounting Methods Builder (AMB) Overview
Copy and Modify Functionality
Transaction Chart of Accounts
Accounting Chart of Accounts
Application Accounting Definition
Subledger Accounting Reports Overview
Journal Entries Report
Subledger Period Close Exceptions Report
Subledger Journal Entries Overview
Creating Subledger Journal Entries
Reviewing and Completing Subledger Journal Entries
Duplicating Subledger Journal Entries
Diagnostic Framework Overview
Journal Entry Sequencing