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Oracle Bill Presentment Architecture User Guide
Release 12.1
Part Number E13532-04
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Bill Presentment Architecture Reference

This appendix covers the following topics:

Seeded Content Items in Bill Presentment Architecture

Bill Presentment Architecture (BPA) provides seeded content items for seeded views in its primary and supplementary data sources.

Oracle Receivables Content Items

Oracle Order Management Content Items

Oracle Service Contracts Content Items

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Template Assignment Attributes

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Oracle Receivables Content Items

Oracle Receivables is the primary data source in Bill Presentment Architecture (BPA) and has two seeded views, Invoice Header View and Billing Lines View. The seeded content items can be viewed by navigating to: Configuration > Data Sources. Query for Primary data source level and choose Oracle Receivables. Select one of the two seeded data source views to view the content items seeded under them.

For detailed description of these content items in the AR tables, refer to the Oracle eBusiness Suite Electronic Technical Reference Manual (eTRM) on OracleMetaLink.

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Oracle Order Management Content Items

Oracle Order Management (ONT) is a supplementary data source in Bill Presentment Architecture (BPA) and has two seeded views: Sales Order Header View and Billing Lines View. Additionally, BPA has synchronized all ONT flexfield content items. To view the content items in seeded views, navigate to Data Sources under the Configuration tab. Query for Supplementary data source level and choose Oracle Order Management. Select one of the two seeded data source views to view the content items seeded under them. To view a list of synchronized flexfield items available, click the Synchronize icon against the Oracle Order Management data source.

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Oracle Service Contracts Content Items

Oracle Service Contracts (OKS) is a supplementary data source in Bill Presentment Architecture (BPA) and has two seeded views: Billing Lines View and Detail Lines View. Additionally, BPA has synchronized some OKS flexfield content items. To view the content items in seeded views, navigate to Data Sources under the Configuration tab. Query for Supplementary data source level and choose Oracle Service Contracts. Select one of the two seeded data source views to view the content items seeded under them. To view a list of synchronized flexfield items available, click the Synchronize icon against the Oracle Service Contracts data source.

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Template Assignment Attributes

From the Configuration tab, you can designate content items from the Oracle Receivables Invoice Header View, Balance Forward Header View or the flexfield synchronization for supplementary data sources as template assignment attributes by checking the corresponding check box.

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Debug Support

In case your PDF output doesn't print or generates incomplete information, BPA helps you produce an XML output from the BPA printing programs. This XML output, containing delivery information, template information, index data and invoice data can be supplied to the BPA debug team to ensure relevant and efficient debug support. To generate the XML output file:

  1. Choose System Administrator responsibility.

  2. Select Define under Concurrent : Program and query BPA child print program.

  3. Check "Trace Enabled" flag and set output type to "XML".

  4. Run BPA master print program and the child program will produce XML output.

Ensure that you undo the steps above when you are ready to generate the PDF output.