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Oracle Cash Management User Guide
Release 12.1
Part Number E13483-04
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Inquiry and Reports

Inquiry Overview

Oracle Cash Management enables you to perform online inquiries to review bank account information, bank transfers, cashflow, balances and interest rate schedules, monitor reconciliation status, research payments and receipts, and view cash forecasting amounts. There are several inquiry windows in Cash Management:

Related Topics

Viewing Bank Statement Reconciliation

Viewing Available Transactions

Viewing Payments and Receipts

Using Attachments

Viewing Bank Statement Reconciliation

You can use View Bank Statement Reconciliation window to review statement reconciliations, details, and status. You can also access other inquiry windows from View Bank Statement Reconciliation window. You cannot change the information in a bank statement or reconciliation.

Prerequisite

Have bank statements entered and/or reconciled in Cash Management.

To query a bank statement:

  1. Navigate to the Find Bank Statements window. From the Navigator, choose View > Bank Statements.

  2. Enter the criteria for the statement you want to query or leave the criteria blank to see a list of all existing statements.

  3. Choose Find to open the View Bank Statement Reconciliation window containing the statements that meet your query criteria.

  4. Select the statement you want to review, then choose Review. The View Bank Statement window appears.

    Cash Management displays the header information for the statement you queried. You can view Bank Name, Bank Branch, Statement Date, Bank Currency, Document Number, Statement Number, and GL Date. You also see Control and Line Totals for the statement and the corresponding reconciliation. Also, the number of lines and total amount are displayed for any statement lines that remain unreconciled. Finally, there is a Complete check box indicating whether the statement reconciliation has been completed.

  5. You can also navigate to Errors, Reversals, Reconciled, Available, and Lines inquiry windows from the View Bank Statement window.

To query bank statement lines:

  1. Query the bank statement you want to review.

  2. Choose Lines from the View Bank Statement window. The View Bank Statement Lines window appears, showing the statement lines, Transaction Type, Bank Transaction Code, Transaction Number, Date Cleared, Amount, Amount Reconciled, Charges and Status.

  3. In the Exchange tabbed region, view exchange rate information for foreign currency transactions.

  4. In the Reference tabbed region, view the Agent (supplier or customer), Agent Bank Account and Invoice number associated with each transaction.

  5. In the Description tabbed region, view the Effective Date and Description of the transaction, as well as any associated Bank Charges.

  6. You can also navigate to Errors, Reversals, Reconciled, and Available inquiry windows from the View Bank Statement window.

To query reconciled transactions:

  1. Query the bank statement you want to review.

  2. Choose Reconciled from the View Bank Statement window or the View Bank Statement Lines window. The View Reconciled Transactions window appears, showing the reconciled transaction lines. For each line you can view Transaction Type and Number, Original Currency and Amount, Bank Account Currency Amount and Amount Cleared, Transaction Date, Value Date, GL Date, and Cleared Date.

    At the bottom of the window, you can see two fields showing the Status and Maturity Date for the selected transaction line.

  3. In the Exchange tabbed region, view the Exchange Date, Type, and Rate, as well as the Bank Account Currency Charges and Errors.

  4. In the Reference tabbed region, view the Batch Name, Agent Name, Deposit Number, Reference Type and Number.

  5. Choose Next to move to the next record, if any, or choose Previous to move to the previous record, if any.

To query reversals:

  1. Query the bank statement you want to review.

  2. Choose Reversals from the View Bank Statement window. The Find Reversals window appears.

  3. Enter any query values for Receipt or Check Number, Amount, Currency, and Date. You can also search for receipts and payments based on the Payment Method, Status, Account Number, and Account Currency Amount. Also, you can enter Agent information to further narrow your search for a specific customer or supplier Name and Number.

  4. Choose Find. The View Reversals window appears, showing the transactions that meet your search criteria. For each line you can view Transaction Type and Number, Original Currency and Amount, Bank Account Currency Amount and Amount Cleared, Transaction Date, Value Date, GL Date, and Cleared Date.

    At the bottom of the window, you can see two fields showing the Status and Maturity Date for the selected transaction line.

  5. In the Reference tabbed region, view the Batch Name, Agent Name, Deposit Number, and Payment Method.

  6. In the Comment tabbed region, view the Reversal Category, Reason, and Comments.

  7. In the Bank tabbed region, view the Bank Account Number, Currency, and Name, as well as the Statement Number.

To review reconciliation errors:

  1. Query the bank statement you want to review.

  2. Choose Errors from the View Bank Statement window or View Bank Statement Lines window. The View Reconciliation Errors window appears, showing the Account, Bank Name, Currency, and Statement Date. The window also shows the Line Number and Message for each reconciliation error.

Related Topics

Entering Bank Statements Manually

Entering Bank Statement Lines

Reconciling Bank Statements Manually

Reviewing Reconciled Transactions

Reviewing Reconciliation Errors

Entering Reversals

Using Attachments

Viewing Available Transactions

You can use View Available Transactions window to review those Payables and Receivables transactions that are available for reconciliation. You can also review any Oracle General Ledger journal entries that are available for reconciliation.

The window only lists void payments if the Show Void Payments option on the Systems Parameters window is checked. It does not list reversed receipts due to user error nor does it list the associated original receipts that were not reconciled.

You can access the View Available Transactions window from the Navigator, the View Bank Statement window, or the View Bank Statement Lines window.

Note: You cannot reconcile available transactions or journal entries from the View Available Transactions window.

Prerequisite

Have bank statements entered and/or reconciled in Cash Management.

To query available detail transactions from the Navigator:

  1. Navigate to the Find Available window.

  2. Choose Detail from the Detail/Batch/Open region, then select one or more transaction types to find detail transactions that match your criteria. You may select to view Receipt, Payment, Miscellaneous transactions, Journal, and Statement Line.

  3. Edit the default sort criteria in the Ordering tabbed region of the window. The sort criteria you select determines how the resulting transactions are displayed in the View Available Transactions window.

  4. Select the Bank tabbed region.

    Cash Management displays some additional fields where you can enter the bank Account Number, Account Name, and Bank Name. The Branch Name and Currency Code fields are display only.

  5. (Optional) Refine or focus your search further by selecting the following tabbed regions:

  6. Choose Find to find all transactions that match your search criteria. The View Available Transactions window appears, showing the available transaction lines. For each transaction you can view the transaction Type and Number, Original Currency and Amount, Bank Account Currency Amount and Amount Cleared, Transaction Date, Value Date, GL Date, and Cleared Date.

    At the bottom of the window, you can see two fields showing the Status and Maturity Date for the selected transaction line.

  7. In the Exchange tabbed region, view the Exchange Date, Type, and Rate, as well as the Bank Account Currency Charges and Errors.

  8. In the Reference tabbed region, view the Batch Name, Agent Name, Deposit Number, and Reference Type and Number.

To find available batches from the Navigator:

  1. Navigate to the Find Available window.

  2. Choose Batch from the Detail/Batch/Open region, then select Remittance and/or Payment to find batches that match your criteria.

  3. Edit the default sort criteria in the Ordering tabbed region of the window. The sort criteria you select determines how the resulting transactions are displayed in the View Available Transactions window.

  4. Select the Bank tabbed region.

  5. Enter your Bank Account information or select one from the available list of values.

  6. (Optional) Refine or focus your search further by selecting the Transaction tabbed region. You can enter transaction Dates, Amounts, Batch Names, Remittance Numbers, or the Currency Code to search for.

    Note: You cannot enter search criteria for the Agent, Miscellaneous, or Journal tabbed regions.

  7. Choose Find to find all batches that match your search criteria. The View Available Batches window appears, showing the available batch lines. For each line you can view Batch Name, Original Currency and Total, bank Account Currency Total, Amount Cleared, Transaction Date, Value Date, GL Date, and Cleared Date.

    At the bottom of the window, you can see two fields showing the batch Type, and the Remittance Number for the selected batch line.

  8. In the Exchange tabbed region, view the Exchange Date, Type, and Rate, as well as the bank Account Currency Charges and Errors.

To query available transactions and batches from the View Bank Statement window or View Bank Statement Lines windows:

  1. Select Available from the related window. The Find Available window appears.

  2. Complete your search criteria for transactions or batches as described in the previous two tasks.

    Note: You do not need to select a bank since you will have already done this from the View Bank Statement Reconciliation window.

  3. Choose Find to perform your search. Refer to the previous two tasks for the steps to follow when reviewing the results of your search.

To find available Reconciliation Open Interface transactions:

  1. Navigate to the Find Available window.

  2. Choose Open Interface from the Detail/Batch/Open region, then select Receipts and/or Payments to find open interface transactions that match your criteria.

    The Open Interface option appears only if you have checked the Use Reconciliation Open Interface check box in the System Parameters window.

  3. (Optional) Refine or focus your search further by selecting the Transaction tabbed region. You can enter transaction Dates, Amounts, Batch Names, Remittance Numbers, or the Currency Code to search for. You can also enter sort criteria, which determines how the resulting transactions are displayed in the Available Transactions window.

  4. Choose Find to perform your search.

Related Topics

Reconciling Bank Statements Manually

Finding Available Transactions, Batches, and Journal Entries for Reconciliation

Reconciling Available Transactions, Batches, and Journal Entries

Creating Miscellaneous Transactions

Recording Exceptions

Entering Reversals

Viewing Bank Account Transfers

You can use this window to find out the status of a bank account transfer.

To view a bank account transfer:

  1. Navigate to the View > Bank Account Transfers page.

  2. Enter search criteria and click Go.

  3. The bank account transfer status can be one of the following:

Viewing Cashflows

You can use this window to find out cashflow details.

To view cashflows:

  1. Navigate to Cashflows window. From the navigator, choose View > Cashflows.

  2. Enter the criteria for the cashflows you want to query. Fill in at least one of following fields:

  3. Click Go.

Viewing Bank Account Balances

You can use the Bank Account Balance window to review the details of your balances.

To view bank account balances:

  1. Navigate to the View > Bank Account Balance page.

  2. If you do not have any personalized views created, you will be taken to the Advanced Search page. In this case, enter the search criteria and click Go. The bank account balances will be displayed using the system default layout. If you already have at least one view created, you will be taken to the Views page. In this case, select a view name from the list and click Go. The bank account balances will be displayed using your personal layout.

Viewing Interest Schedules

You can use the Interest Rate Schedule window to review the details of your interest rates.

To view interest rate schedules:

  1. Navigate to the View > Interest Rate Schedules page.

  2. Optionally, enter a part of the Interest Rate Schedule name in the Search region.

  3. Click Go.

  4. Click the name of the Interest Rate Schedule to view the details.

Viewing Bank Information

You can use the Banks window to review the details of general bank information, address information, and bank contact access.

To view bank information:

  1. Navigate to the View > Banks page.

  2. Perform a search using one of the following search options:

  3. The following Bank Information can be viewed or edited:

  4. View Bank Address region information.

  5. View Bank Contact details.

Viewing Bank Accounts

You can use the Bank Accounts window to review the details of account owner and use, general account information, account controls, cash management controls, reconciliation controls, foreign bank currency details, open interface controls, and manual reconciliation tolerances.

To view bank accounts:

  1. Navigate to the View > Bank Accounts page.

  2. Perform a search using one of the following search options:

  3. View Account Owner and Use region.

  4. View Account Information region.

  5. View General Controls region.

  6. View Cash Management Controls region.

  7. View Payables region.

  8. View Reconciliation Controls region.

  9. View Foreign Currency Bank region.

  10. View Open Interface Controls region.

  11. View Manual Reconciliation Tolerances region.

  12. View Account Access region.

    Organization: The checkboxes selected apply to your account: Payables, Payroll, Receivables, Treasury, End Date, Access, Options.

  13. View Account Contact

Viewing Payments and Receipts

You can use the Payments window to review the details of transactions in Oracle Payables that are available for reconciliation. You can use the Receipts window to review the details of transactions in Oracle Receivables that are available for reconciliation. You can also use these two windows to find out the bank statement that a payment or receipt is reconciled to.

To view payments in Oracle Payables:

  1. Navigate to the Payments window.

  2. Query the payments you want to review.

  3. If a payment is reconciled, scroll to the Statement Num and Statement Line Num field to find information on the bank statement.

To view receipts in Oracle Receivables:

  1. Navigate to the Receipts window.

  2. Query the receipts you want to review.

  3. If a receipt is reconciled, choose the Cash Management tab to find information on the bank statement.

Cash Management Reports

Cash Management provides several reports to help you review and analyze your cash management activities.

You can run the following Cash Management reports from the Submit Request window:

Submitting Requests

To submit a standard request or request set from the Submit Request window:

  1. Navigate to the Submit a New Request window.

  2. Choose either Request or Request Set. Choose OK to open the Submit Requests window.

  3. Enter the name of the request or request set that you want to submit.

  4. If the request or request set has parameters, enter the parameters in the Parameters window. Choose OK to save the parameters.

    If your request has parameters, you can see detailed information on the parameters in the Selected Report Parameters section of the request description, or in Common Report Parameters. See: Common Report Parameters.

  5. Choose Submit to submit your request. You can review the status of your request in the Concurrent Requests Summary or the Requests window.

    If your request has output, you can see detailed information on it in the Selected Report Headings section of the request description, or in the Common Report Headings help document. See: Common Report Headings.

Cancelling Requests

To cancel a concurrent request:

In the Concurrent Requests Summary, query the concurrent request number for your request. Select your request. Choose Cancel Request. See also: Options for Requests in Progress, Oracle Applications User's Guide.

Monitoring Requests

You can view the status of your concurrent request in the Requests window by choosing View My Requests from the Help Menu. See also: Monitoring Requests, Oracle Applications User's Guide.

Defining Request Sets

From the Submit Request window, you can submit a single request, or you can submit a request set to run several reports as a group. See also: Running Reports and Programs, Oracle Applications User's Guide.

Related Topics

Cash Management Reports

Common Report Parameters

Common Report Headings

Running Reports and Programs, Oracle Applications User's Guide

Common Report Parameters

These report parameters are common to many Cash Management reports:

Common Report Headings

Report headings at the top of each page provide you with general information about the contents of your report or listing, such as your ledger name, report title, date and time when Cash Management runs your report, and page number.

In addition, Cash Management prints the parameters you specified when you submitted the report request.

The following are report headings common to many Cash Management reports:

Cash Forecasting Reports

When you generate a cash forecast, Cash Management automatically produces the Cash Forecast Execution Report. If the cash forecast completes successfully, Cash Management also automatically produces the Cash Forecast report.

You can review the Cash Forecast Execution Report to determine if any errors occurred when you ran the Submit Forecast program.

Cash Management provides the following cash forecasting reports:

Cash Forecast Report

The Cash Forecast Report lets you view the cash forecast data that you can see in the Cash Forecast Results page online.

If you submit this report using Oracle Report eXchange you can export your cash forecast data to the spreadsheet application of your choice. You can also print the Cash Forecast Report to review your forecasts instead of viewing them online.

Report Submission

Cash Management automatically produces this report when you generate a cash forecast using the Run Forecast icon in the Forecast Templates Search and Results page or the Forecasts Search and Results page or when you are using the Submit Request window, and that forecast completes successfully. You can also print this report at a later time using the Submit Request window. See: Submitting Requests.

Selected Report Parameters

Selected Report Headings

Cash Forecast Execution Report

This report includes information on any errors that the Submit Forecast program produced when you submitted a cash forecast to be generated.

Report Submission

Cash Management automatically generates this report when you submit a forecast using the Run Forecast icon in the Forecast Templates Search and Results page or the Forecasts Search and Results page, or when you are using the Submit Request window to submit a forecast. You can also print this report at a later time using the Submit Request window. See: Generating a Cash Forecast with Amounts Calculated Automatically and Submitting Requests.

Selected Report Parameters

Selected Report Headings

Purge Cash Forecasts Report

The Purge Cash Forecast Report lets you view which forecasts have been purged. Cash Management automatically generates this report when you submit the Purge Cash Forecasts program using the Submit Request window.

Report Submission

Cash Management automatically generates this report when you run the Purge Cash Forecasts program.

Selected Report Headings

Statements Reports

Cash Management provides the following statements reports:

Archive/Purge Bank Statements Report

Use this report to view a list of bank statements that were archived or purged from Cash Management. This report lists only the number of headers and lines archived or purged from the bank statement interface table and does not list reconciliations or errors, since they are not applicable to interface tables. This report does, however, list the number of headers, lines, reconciliations, and errors for the bank statement tables.

The number under the headers and lines column is the total number of headers and lines that have been archived or purged.

Report Submission

Cash Management automatically generates this report when you run the Archive/Purge Bank Statements program.

AutoReconciliation Execution Report

This report shows import and reconciliation errors that occurred when running the AutoReconciliation program. Cash Management automatically produces this report during the automatic reconciliation process. You may also request it as needed from the Submit Request window.

This report includes either statement import errors, which prevented the automatic loading of your bank statement, or your reconciliation exceptions found during the automatic reconciliation process.

This report lists the details of any miscellaneous transactions that were created in Receivables during the automatic reconciliation process.

If the AutoReconciliation program does not encounter any reconciliation errors or exceptions, the body of the report will display a message that says the program ran successfully and that there was no error found.

Report Submission

You submit this report from the Submit Request window. See: Submitting Requests.

Selected Report Parameters

Bank Statement Detail Report

This report shows statement and transaction information for a specific bank account statement, including bank statement header information, statement line detail, and reconciled transaction detail. This report lists any unreconciled transactions separately with their current status, and the statement totals for each type of transaction, including the amount entered, reconciled, unreconciled and over-reconciled. Under-reconciled amounts are displayed as a negative amount in the over-reconciled column. You also have the option to run the report for only unreconciled statement lines.

The statements are displayed in the following order:

  1. Bank Branch Name

  2. Bank Account Name

  3. Statement Date

  4. Statement Number

Report Submission

You submit this report from the Submit Request window. See: Submitting Requests.

Selected Report Parameters

Bank Statement Loader Execution Report

This report shows errors and warnings that occur when the Bank Statement Loader program transfers data from the intermediate table to the Bank Statement Open Interface tables. Cash Management automatically produces this report when you run the Bank Statement Loader program.

The report lists exceptions by their type. The report lists errors first and warnings next. Within each type, the report sorts exceptions by the Rec No, in ascending order.

Report Submission

Cash Management automatically generates this report when you run the Bank Statement Loader program.

Selected Report Headings

Bank Statement Summary Report

This report shows summary bank statement information for a bank account.

Report Submission

You submit this report from the Submit Request window. See: Submitting Requests.

Selected Report Parameters

Bank Statements by Document Number Report

This report lists bank statements in document number order, to help you identify missing and deleted statements.

If you or your System Administrator sets up the Document Sequences feature for Cash Management, then you can print a report to list all bank statements in document number order.

Report Submission

You submit this report from the Submit Request window. See: Submitting Requests.

Selected Report Parameters

GL Reconciliation Report

Use this report to reconcile the General Ledger cash account balance to the bank statement closing balance and to identify any discrepancies in your cash position. The General Ledger cash account should pertain to only one bank account. This report is available in Summary and in Detail format.

The Summary report lists the General Ledger cash account balance and an adjusted balance for the bank statement. It also lists a separate adjustment amount for unreconciled receipts, payments, and journal entries which have been recorded in the General Ledger cash account, as well as bank errors. The Detail report provides details for the unreconciled items as well as the information contained in the Summary report.

Note: This report does not include information on Payroll payments, Treasury settlements, or external transactions in the Reconciliation Open Interface because they may have been posted to a different General Ledger account than the one assigned to the bank account.

Warning: To ensure that this report is accurate, you must first perform the following tasks:

See: How Using Cash Management Affects Your Closing Process

Report Submission

You submit this report from the Submit Request window. See: Submitting Requests.

Selected Report Parameters

Selected Report Headings

Detail Report

Bank Statement Cashflow Creation Execution Report

The Bank Statement Cashflow Creation Execution Report shows a complete, comprehensive listing of errors and cashflow transactions created successfully when running the Bank Statement Cashflow Creation program. Cash Management automatically produces this report during the bank statement cashflow creation process.

Report Submission

Cash Management automatically generates this report when you run the Bank Statement Cashflow Creation program.

Sweep Transactions Generation Execution Report

The Sweep Transactions Generation Execution Report lists Sweep Transactions Generation exceptions. During automatic deal generation, the following error messages are shown in the output file:

Report Submission

Cash Management automatically generates this report when you run the Sweep Transactions Generation Execution program.

Transactions Reports

Cash Management provides the following transactions reports.

Cash in Transit Report

This report lists, for a specific bank account, all transactions that have been remitted to the bank but have not been cleared. This report excludes all voided transactions. The report also excludes all reversed transactions which have a reversal date on or prior to the As Of Date.

Report Submission

You submit this report from the Submit Request window. See: Submitting Requests.

Selected Report Parameters

Selected Report Headings

Cleared Transactions Report

This report shows transactions that were cleared or reconciled both manually and automatically.

The cleared receipts section shows the customer name, remittance date, maturity date, payment method, receipt number, currency, amount, account amount, cleared date, and cleared amount.

The cleared payments section shows the supplier name, payment date, payroll payments, maturity date, payment method, payment number, currency, amount, account amount, cleared date, and cleared amount

You can submit the report for Oracle Payables payments only, receipts only, payroll payments, or all.

Report Submission

You submit this report from the Submit Request window. See: Submitting Requests.

Selected Report Parameters

Selected Report Headings

Transactions Available for Reconciliation Report

This report shows all transactions available for reconciliation for a specific bank account. It lists detailed transaction information for your Available Receipts, Available Payments, and Available Journal Entries for reconciliation. Detailed information includes the Customer, Supplier, Transaction Date, Payment Method, Transaction Number, Currency, and Amount. It also lists detailed information for statement lines that are available for reconciliation against other statement lines.

Note: Statement lines that cannot be reconciled are not shown. To view these lines, you should run the Bank Statement Detail Report.

This report only lists void payments if the Show Void Payments option on the Systems Parameters window is checked. It does not list receipts reversed due to user error nor does it list the associated original receipts that were not reconciled. This report groups transactions by status so that void or reversed transactions are separate from regular transactions.

The Net Available Amount is calculated as Total Available Receipts minus Total Reversed Receipts minus Total Available Payments plus Total Voided Payments.

Note: If you want to view batches available for reconciliation, submit the Batches Available for Reconciliation Report.

Report Submission

You submit this report from the Submit Request window. See: Submitting Requests.

Selected Report Parameters

Selected Report Headings

Batches Available for Reconciliation Report

This report shows any batches available for reconciliation for a specific bank account. It lists detailed transaction information for your Payment and Remittance Batches that are available for reconciliation. Detailed information includes the Batch Name, Remit/Payment Date, Deposit Number/Reference, Currency, and Amount.

Note: To view transactions available for reconciliation, submit the Transactions Available for Reconciliation Report.

Report Submission

Submit this report from the Submit Request window. See: Submitting Requests.

Selected Report Parameters

Selected Report Headings

Payment Exceptions Report

If you implement the automatic bank transmission feature, use this report to view payment exceptions generated by the bank and transmitted to your local directory. You can view the transmission history and the actual report in the Transmissions window. In the Find Transmissions window, choose the file type of EXCEPTION to query exceptions reports. Select the File Text field of the file you want to view and choose Edit Field from the Edit menu. The Editor window displays the content of the file you selected.

To resolve the payment exceptions, you need to manually unreconcile the transactions in Cash Management and void the payment in Payables.

Report Submission

You submit this report from the Submit Request window. See: Submitting Requests.

Select the Retrieve Payment Exceptions program.

Selected Report Parameters

Balances Reports

Cash Management provides the following balances reports.

Bank Account Balance Single Date Report

The Bank Account Balance Single Date Report allows users to report on one or more bank account's balances for a particular date and the results are grouped by Bank Account Currency.

Selected Report Parameters

Selected Report Headings

Bank Account Balance Day Range Report

The Bank Account Balance Day Range Report allows users to report on one or more bank account's balances for a range of dates.

Selected Report Parameters

Selected Report Headings

Bank Account Balance Actual vs Projected Report

The Bank Account Balance Actual vs Projected Report allows users to compare one or more bank account's actual balance to the projected balance for a range of dates.

Selected Report Parameters

Selected Report Headings

Cash Management Listings

Cash Management provides the following listings:

Bank Transaction Codes Listing

Use this listing to review the transaction codes that you defined for a specific bank account.

Report Submission

You submit this listing from the Submit Request window. See: Submitting Requests.

Selected Report Headings

Cash Forecast Template Listing

Use this report to see details for a cash forecast template.

Report Submission

You submit this listing from the Submit Request window. See: Submitting Requests.

Report Parameter

Selected Report Headings

For details on any heading, see the Forecast Template Rows Window Reference.

Cash Management Programs

Cash Management provides the following programs:

Archive/Purge Bank Statements

Bank Statement Import and AutoReconciliation

Bank Statement Import

AutoReconciliation

Sweep Transactions Generation

Cash Forecasting by GL Periods

Cash Forecasting by Days

Purge Cash Forecasts

Cash Position Prior Day Cash Flow and Overdue Transactions

Program Submission

You submit these programs from the Submit Request window. See: Submitting Requests.