Receivables lets you generate statements that are specific to individual customer billing locations. A statement will indicate if the location of an included transaction differs from the billing location by putting a note on the line following the transaction.
For more information, see: Statements.
To print statements:
1. Navigate to the Print Statements window.
2. Enter a print Option. Choose from the following:
Print Statements: Print statements for either a specific customer, customer site, or all of the customers and customer locations that have the statement cycle that you specify in their credit profiles. This option includes activity from the last statement date to the current statement date.
Print A Draft Statement: Print a draft statement for a customer or site to review before sending it to this customer. Draft statements do not include finance charges.
Reprint Statements: Reprint any statements that you have previously printed.
3. Enter the aging Bucket to use. You can only select active aging buckets that have a type of 'Statement Aging.' See: Aging Buckets.
4. Enter the Customer name or Number and the billing Location for this submission.
5. Enter a statement Cycle. The default is the cycle you specified in this customer's profile class. See: Customer Profile Classes.
6. If you are printing a draft statement, enter an As of Date. This date determines the transactions to include in your draft statement. The default is today's date.
7. Enter the Statement Date for this submission. If you assess finance charges, Receivables uses this date to determine the finance charges on debit items that your statement includes. When you enter a statement cycle, the default statement date is the next available statement date for this cycle. You can choose another date from the list of values.
Note: Statement dates that you defined but chose to skip will not appear in the list of values. See: Statement Cycles.
8. To include only specific transactions in this statement, enter an Invoice Type.
9. To include only transactions assigned to a specific salesperson, enter a Primary Salesperson.
10. To calculate finance charges on items included in this submission, check the Calculate Finance Charges check box.
11. If you checked the Calculate Finance Charges check box and you want to calculate finance charges for items in dispute, check the Charge Finance on Disputed Items check box.
12. To use the bitmapped, graphical version of Oracle Reports 2.0 to print your statement, check the Bitmapped check box. (For more information, refer to Define Concurrent Program in the Oracle Applications System Administrator's User's Guide.)
13. To print a standard message on your statement, enter the Name of the standard message, or select from the list of values. You can only select messages that have start and end date ranges that include the current date.
14. Save your work. Receivables assigns this submission a unique Request Id. You can use this number to check the status of your request in the Concurrent Requests Summary window.
Note: Receivables creates your statement output file and requires that you send this file to your printer using your operating system's landscape print command. When you send this file to your printer, Receivables prints 3 sample pages of Xs to show you how your statement will print. You can make any necessary adjustments before you start printing your statements.
Calculating Finance Charges
Statements (print parameters and column headings)