Glossary


B | C | D | E | I | L | M | P | R | S | T | W

B

barcode
A printable barcode that uniquely identifies each employee's expense report.
both pay
The deploying company pays the corporate card issuer for business expenses and the employee pays the corporate card issuer for personal expenses.

C

card feed file
A file containing corporate card transactions that originated from the card issuer's server.
company pay
The deploying company pays the corporate card issuer for all transactions.
corporate card issuer
A bank that issues corporate cards.
corporate card program
An agreement between the corporate card issuer and the deploying company that governs the issuance of corporate cards to the deploying company's employees and the payments to the card issuer.

D

data model
The metadata that determines where data for a report comes from and how that data is retrieved.

E

eFolio
Summary corporate card transactions. Also known as Level 2 transactions.
error amount
When setting up corporate card usage policies to enforce the use of corporate cards, an amount that exceeds the cash limit and for which an error displays during expense entry in the expense report, which prevents submission of the report.
error tolerance
When setting up corporate card usage policies to enforce the use of corporate cards, a range that is from the cash limit up to the error tolerance amount. Over that amount, the expense report is not submitted.
error tolerance percentage
When setting up corporate card usage policies to enforce the use of corporate cards, a percentage that, when added to the cash limit, defines the error amount. If you spend more than the error amount, the expense report is not submitted.
expense template
An administrator-defined list of related expense types. When you enter expenses on your expense report, you must select a specific expense template.
expense type
A potential expense that you can incur that has been defined by the administrator during setup.

I

individual pay
The employee pays the corporate card issuer for all corporate card transactions.

L

Level 2
Summary corporate card transactions. Also known as eFolio.
Level 3
Detailed corporate card transactions.

M

merchant category code
A four-digit code that identifies the industry in which the deploying company operates.
MIS industry code
A code provided by the card issuer that identifies the type of transaction.

P

payment method
Indicates the method of payment, such as check, cash, or credit.
payment request
A grouping of documents payable for which payment is requested. A payment request specifies the template to use in Oracle Fusion Payables, selects invoices for a pay run, and groups the invoices into payments based on setup rules.

R

report
An output of select data in a predefined format that's optimized for printing.

S

SIC code
A Standard Industrial Classification code, which represents a United States government system for classifying industries by a four-digit code.
Subtemplate
An .rtf or .xsl format that is defined once and used multiple times within a single report layout template or across multiple layout template files.

T

transaction codes
Codes that the card issuer assigns to corporate card transactions in the corporate card feed file.

W

warning amount
When setting up corporate card usage policies to enforce the use of corporate cards, an amount that exceeds the cash limit and for which a warning displays during expense entry in the expense report.
warning tolerance
When setting up corporate card usage policies to enforce the use of corporate cards, a range that is from the cash limit up to the warning tolerance amount. Over that amount, a warning displays.
warning tolerance percentage
When setting up corporate card usage policies to enforce the use of corporate cards, a percentage that, when added to the cash limit, defines the warning amount. If you spend more than the warning amount, a warning displays.
workflow
An automated process that passes a task from one user (or group of users) to another to view or act on. The task is routed in a logical sequence to achieve an end result.