|Oracle U.S. Federal Financials User Guide|
Part Number E13551-04
You can use the Prior Year Adjustment Transaction History window or the PYA Transaction History Report to view all transaction records processed in the PYA Journal Creation.
Note: The PYA Transaction History will only include transactions processed by the PYA Journal Creation prior to Release 12.
To view the transactions processed in the PYA Journal Creation process, perform the following steps.
Navigate to the Prior Year Adjustment Transaction History window.
Optionally, in any field, perform a query.
The following table describes selected fields on the Prior Year Adjustment Transaction History window.
|GL Period||General ledger period of correcting journal entry created by the PYA Journal Creation Process|
|Source Module||Transaction source module, such as Payables or Purchasing|
|Source Document Number||Transaction source document number, such as purchase order number or invoice number|
|Batch Name||Batch name of correcting journal entry created by the PYA Journal Creation Process|
|Accounting Flexfield||Accounting flexfield|
To print the PYA Transaction History Report:
Navigate to the Submit Request window.
In the Name field, select PYA Transaction History Report.
In the Ledger field, select the ledger.
In the Period From field in the Parameters window, select a beginning general ledger period.
In the Period To field, select an ending general ledger period.
In the Pagebreak Segment 1 field, select an Accounting Flexfield segment.
In the Accounting Flexfield window, select the low and high segments for the segment selected in Step 5.
Optionally, repeat Steps 5 through 7 for Pagebreak Segment 2, Low and High, and Pagebreak Segment 3, Low and High.
In the Amount Greater Than field, select a numeric value.
Note: If 100 is entered, the PYA Transaction History Report displays those amounts greater than 100 and less than -100.
See: Using Standard Request Submission, Oracle Applications User Guide
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