Friends, here is Oracle Project billing insight on its integration with AR. How to Interface Oracle Project Intercompany Invoices to Payables
To explain how intercompany invoices are interfaced to Payables
When the provider operating unit runs the Tieback Invoices from Receivables process, the intercompany invoices are automatically copied into the interface table of the receiver operating unit’s Payables. Intercompany invoices interfaced to Payables are identified with the following attributes:
• Source. All intercompany invoices have a source of Projects Intercompany Invoices.
• Supplier. The supplier is identified by the provider operating unit’s internal billing implementation options.
• Supplier Site. The supplier site is based on how the provider operating unit defines the receiver controls for the receiver operating unit.
• Invoice Amount. The Payables invoice amount is the amount of the related Receivables invoice, including taxes. The interface process populates the project–related attributes for intercompany Payables invoice distributions, as indicated below:
• Project Number. The number of the cross charged project indicated in the invoice line.
• Task Number. The number of the task specified in the Intercompany Tax Receiving Task field on the cross charged project.
• Expenditure Item Date. The invoice date of the intercompany Receivables invoice.
• Expenditure Type. The expenditure type specified by the receiver operating unit in the Receiver Controls tab.
• Expenditure Organization. The expenditure organization specified by the receiver operating unit in the Receiver Controls tab.
In addition, the interface process matches the tax code from each invoice line of the Receivables invoice to the appropriate Oracle Payables tax code. This process indicates that the Payables invoice distributions do not include tax amounts, so that the Payables Open Interface process creates the invoice distributions for the entire invoice by grouping the tax lines based on the following attributes:
• Tax code
• Project information (project, task, expenditure item date, expenditure type, expenditure organization)
thanks – shivmohan purohit