|Oracle Bill Presentment Architecture User Guide|
Part Number E13532-04
This appendix covers the following topics:
During implementation, administrators set a value for each Oracle Bill Presentment Architecture user profile option to specify how Bill Presentment Architecture controls access to and processes data.
See: Setting User Profile Options, Oracle Applications System Administrator's Guide - Maintenance.
Profile Options not Owned by Bill Presentment Architecture
AR: BPA Attachment Update Enabled
AR: BPA Details Access Enabled
AR: Print Attachment Document Category
HZ: Enable DQM Party Search
The following table provides profile option information:
The Default column displays either the default profile option value in italics, or No Default if none exists.
The User Access column indicates whether you can view or update the profile option.
The System Administration: Site, Application, Responsibility, and User columns indicate at which levels the system administrator can update these profile options.
The key for each table is:
Update: You can update the profile option.
View Only: You can view the profile option but cannot change it.
No Access: You cannot view or change the profile option.
|Profile Option||Default||User Access||System Administration: Site||System Administration: Application||System Administration: Responsibility||System Administration: User|
|AR: BPA Attachment Update Enabled||No Default||View Only||Update||Update||Update||Update|
|AR: BPA Details Access Enabled||No||View Only||Update||Update||Update||Update|
|AR: BPA Print Attachment Category||No default||View Only||Update||Update||Update||Update|
|HZ: Enable DQM Party Search||No default||View Only||Update||Update||Update||Update|
To enable users to add, update, and delete attachments that are part of online bills, set the AR: BPA Attachment Update Enabled profile option. If set to Yes, users can view, add, update, and delete attachments. If set to No, users can only view attachments. You can set this profile option at the site, application, responsibility, and user level.
This profile option determines the level of information internal users and customers can access online presented by Oracle Bill Presentment Architecture. If set to Yes, the user can access the details page of an online bill by clicking an active hyperlink in the Item Description column of the Lines and Tax table to view detail billing information from supplementary data sources. If set to No, no hyperlink is displayed and users cannot access a details page for billing detail. The user is unaware that a details page is available. The user can drill down from any grouped line on the primary page of a bill, but cannot view any detail information from supplementary data sources available on the details page.
This profile option can be set by the system administrator at the site, application, responsibility, and user level and cannot be updated by the user.
Note: For printed bills, use the Display on Printed Invoice option available on the Details Page Design: Select Content page to control whether or not the details page is included with the invoice. See: Details Page Design.
To print attachments with printed bills, configure the AR: BPA Print Attachment Category profile option. While printing a transaction the profile option triggers printing associated PDF attachments that match the specified document category. This applies to both internal and external templates. You can set this profile option at the site, application, responsibility, and user level.
To use the Interactive Preview feature to preview a bill template using customer name, set the HZ: Enable DQM Party Search profile option. When searching for a customer invoice to use in interactive preview, BPA always uses the SAMPLE:BASIC SEARCH RULE as the match rule. You can select one of the seeded match rules or create your own matching rule. You can set this profile option at the site, application, responsibility, or user level.
This match rule searches based on customer parameters. If you enter a transaction number or select a transaction class when searching for a transaction to preview, then this profile option is not required.
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