General Ledger User Manual

General Ledger User Manual
General Ledger
Oracle FLEXCUBE Universal Banking
Release 11.3.1.0.0LA
[January] [2012]
Oracle Part Number E51536-01
General Ledger
Table of Contents
1.
ABOUT THIS MANUAL................................................................................................................................ 1-1
1.1
INTRODUCTION ........................................................................................................................................... 1-1
1.2
AUDIENCE .................................................................................................................................................. 1-1
1.3
ORGANIZATION .......................................................................................................................................... 1-1
1.3.1
Related Documents ............................................................................................................................ 1-2
1.3.2
Glossary of Icons ............................................................................................................................... 1-2
2.
GENERAL LEDGER - AN OVERVIEW ..................................................................................................... 2-1
2.1
2.2
2.3
3.
INTRODUCTION ........................................................................................................................................... 2-1
FEATURES OF GL SUB-SYSTEM .................................................................................................................. 2-1
NEED TO INVOKE GL SUB-SYSTEM ............................................................................................................ 2-2
SETTING UP CHART OF ACCOUNTS ...................................................................................................... 3-1
3.1
INTRODUCTION ........................................................................................................................................... 3-1
3.2
SPECIFYING GL DETAILS ............................................................................................................................ 3-3
3.2.2
Specifying GL Linkages ................................................................................................................... 3-15
3.2.3
View GLs Hierarchical Position ...................................................................................................... 3-17
3.2.4
Indicating Statement Generation Details for GL ............................................................................. 3-20
3.2.5
Maintaining Clearing Account Numbers for Internal GL’s ............................................................. 3-23
3.2.6
Reposting of FCY Entries for Realized P&L GLs in LCY ................................................................ 3-23
3.2.7
Entry-based Revaluation of Income/Expense GLs ........................................................................... 3-24
3.2.8
Linking GL to Position or Position Equivalent GL .......................................................................... 3-25
3.2.9
Specifying SWIFT BIC Information for Leaf GL ............................................................................. 3-26
3.2.10
Specifying Transaction Tax Details ................................................................................................. 3-27
3.3
VIEWING CHARTS OF ACCOUNTS ............................................................................................................. 3-28
3.4
QUERYING GL STATISTICS ....................................................................................................................... 3-29
3.5
QUERYING GL BALANCE.......................................................................................................................... 3-30
3.6
MOVING BALANCES TO OTHER GLS ........................................................................................................ 3-31
3.6.1
Restricting Branches from using General Ledger .......................................................................... 3-34
4.
MAINTAINING REPORTING LINE STRUCTURE ................................................................................. 4-1
4.1
INTRODUCTION ........................................................................................................................................... 4-1
4.1.1
Creating New Reporting Line Structure ............................................................................................ 4-2
4.1.2
Linking GL to Reporting Line ............................................................................................................ 4-3
5.
DEFINING ALTERNATE REPORTING LINES........................................................................................ 5-1
5.1
INTRODUCTION ........................................................................................................................................... 5-1
5.1.1
Linking GL to CB Line ....................................................................................................................... 5-2
5.1.2
Indicating CB Debit Line and CB Credit Line ................................................................................... 5-2
5.1.3
Operations on GL Code to CB Line Linkage Record ........................................................................ 5-2
5.2
LINKING GL TO MIS CLASS ....................................................................................................................... 5-3
5.2.1
Operations on GL MIS Linkages Record ........................................................................................... 5-3
6.
GL REPORT CLASSIFICATION ON MIS CLASS ................................................................................... 6-1
6.1
6.2
6.3
7.
INTRODUCTION ........................................................................................................................................... 6-1
MAINTAINING GL BRANCH PARAMETERS .................................................................................................. 6-3
MAINTAINING GL CLASS ........................................................................................................................... 6-6
ENTERPRISE GL INTEGRATION ............................................................................................................. 7-1
7.1
INTRODUCTION ........................................................................................................................................... 7-1
7.2
ENTERPRISE GL EXTRACTION INFRASTRUCTURE ....................................................................................... 7-1
7.2.1
Maintaining Enterprise GL Parameters ............................................................................................ 7-2
7.2.2
Specifying Enterprise GL Mapping Parameters ................................................................................ 7-3
7.2.3
Defining Enterprise GL Master ......................................................................................................... 7-5
7.2.4
Specifying Values for Mapping Parameters ...................................................................................... 7-6
7.2.5
Data Extraction Processing ............................................................................................................... 7-7
7.2.6
Handoff Generation ........................................................................................................................... 7-8
8.
MAINTAINING GL BALANCE TRANSFER ............................................................................................. 8-1
8.1
9.
BALANCE TRANSFER BATCH GL ................................................................................................................ 8-2
ERROR CODES AND MESSAGES .............................................................................................................. 9-1
9.1
10.
10.1
11.
ERROR MESSAGES ...................................................................................................................................... 9-1
GLOSSARY ............................................................................................................................................... 10-1
GENERAL LEDGER TERMS ........................................................................................................................ 10-1
REPORTS .................................................................................................................................................. 11-1
11.1 INTRODUCTION ......................................................................................................................................... 11-1
11.2 ACCOUNTING JOURNAL REPORT .............................................................................................................. 11-1
11.2.1
Selection Options ............................................................................................................................. 11-2
11.2.2
Contents of the Report ..................................................................................................................... 11-3
11.3 TRIAL BALANCE REPORT ......................................................................................................................... 11-4
11.3.1
Contents of the Report ..................................................................................................................... 11-5
11.4 MULTI-CURRENCY P AND L REPORT ........................................................................................................ 11-6
11.4.1
Generating a Consolidated Report .................................................................................................. 11-6
11.4.2
Generating the Balance Sheet or P n L Report for a Period in the Past ......................................... 11-7
11.4.3
Selection options .............................................................................................................................. 11-7
11.4.4
Contents of the Report ..................................................................................................................... 11-7
11.5 DAILY AVERAGE BALANCE REPORT ........................................................................................................ 11-8
11.5.1
Selection Options ........................................................................................................................... 11-10
11.5.2
Contents of the Report ................................................................................................................... 11-11
11.6 GENERAL LEDGER PERIODICAL AVERAGE BALANCE ............................................................................. 11-12
11.6.1
Report Options ............................................................................................................................... 11-12
11.6.2
Contents of the Report ................................................................................................................... 11-13
11.6.3
General Ledger Report .................................................................................................................. 11-14
11.6.4
Report Option ................................................................................................................................ 11-14
11.6.5
Contents of the Report ................................................................................................................... 11-16
11.7 CASH FLOW REPORT .............................................................................................................................. 11-18
11.7.1
Report Options ............................................................................................................................... 11-18
11.7.2
Contents of the Report ................................................................................................................... 11-18
11.7.3
Cash Flow Summary Report .......................................................................................................... 11-19
11.8 CURRENCY-WISE CASH FLOW REPORT ................................................................................................... 11-20
11.8.1
Report Options ............................................................................................................................... 11-21
11.8.2
Contents of the Report ................................................................................................................... 11-21
11.9 UNCOLLECTED FUNDS REPORT .............................................................................................................. 11-22
11.9.1
Contents of the Report ................................................................................................................... 11-22
11.10
CURRENCY POSITION REPORT ............................................................................................................ 11-23
11.10.1
Contents of the Report ............................................................................................................... 11-23
11.11
GL SUMMARY REPORT ....................................................................................................................... 11-24
11.11.1
Contents of the Report ............................................................................................................... 11-25
12.
12.1
SCREEN GLOSSARY .............................................................................................................................. 12-1
FUNCTION ID LIST.................................................................................................................................... 12-1
1.
1.1
About this Manual
Introduction
This Manual is designed to help you quickly get acquainted with the General Ledger (GL) subsystem of Oracle FLEXCUBE.
It provides an overview to the module and takes you through the various steps involved in setting
up a GL structure and reporting details of the GLs maintained at your bank.
You can further obtain information specific to a particular field by placing the cursor on the
relevant field and striking <F1> on the keyboard.
1.2
Audience
This manual is intended for the following User/User Roles:
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Role
Function
Operations
To define the GL structure
Operations Managers/Officers
Authorization functions
Financial Control
To generate reports on GLs
MIS Operators
Generation of reports
Organization
This Manual is organized into the following chapters:
Chapter 1
About this Manual gives information on the intended audience. It
also lists the various chapters covered in this User Manual.
Chapter 2
General Ledger - An Overview is a snapshot of the features and
functionality that the module provides.
Chapter 3
Setting up Chart of Accounts details the procedure to set up a GL
structure for your bank.
Chapter 4
Maintaining Reporting Line Structure describes the procedure for
defining an alternate reporting structure for your Head Office and
Central bank.
Chapter 5
Defining Alternate Reporting Lines deals with the setting up of
alternate reporting lines for GLs when a branch is located abroad.
Chapter 6
GL Report Classification on MIS Class gives details on reports that
be generated based on MIS classes.
Chapter 7
Enterprise GL Integration deals with extraction of accounting data
from Oracle FLEXCUBE core GL system and mapping of the same
to an enterprise GL external to the system.
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Chapter 8
Error Codes and Messages for General Ledger deals with the
various error codes and messages that can be generated for the GL
module.
Chapter 9
Glossary defines the terms used in this manual.
Chapter 10
Reports provides a list of reports that can be generated in this
module and also explains their contents.
1.3.1 Related Documents
The Oracle FLEXCUBE Procedures User Manual
The Oracle FLEXCUBE Operations User Manual
The Oracle FLEXCUBE Core Services User Manual
The Oracle FLEXCUBE Core Entities User Manual
1.3.2 Glossary of Icons
This User Manual may refer to all or some of the following icons.
Icons
Function
New
Copy
Save
Delete
Unlock
Print
Close
Re-open
Reverse
Template
Roll-over
Hold
Authorize
Liquidate
Exit
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Icons
Function
Sign-off
Help
Add row
Delete row
Option List
Confirm
Enter
Query
Execute
Query
Refer the Procedures User Manual for further details about the icons.
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2.
2.1
General Ledger - An Overview
Introduction
The General Ledger (GL) sub-system is the pillar on which the various functional components of
Oracle FLEXCUBE rest. Through this single entity, you can consolidate and maintain balances
and turnovers of all types of accounts your bank holds. In addition, the module enables you to
retrieve on-line information on the GLs maintained for your bank.
In Oracle FLEXCUBE, GLs have been structurally fashioned as a tree, bearing a multi-level
structure (like a tree’s main branch and sub-branches). On the head stands the Head GL that
does not report to any other GL. The subsequent levels consist of Nodes and Leaves. A Node GL
is one that reports to another GL and has other GLs reporting to it. A Leaf GL is one that reports
to another GL but does not have any GL reporting to it.
The number of levels in the tree structure, and the various constituents of the head, nodes, and
leaves have been left open to your choice, the only restriction being that a report will be restricted
to the number of levels that a 132-column paper can hold.
The GL structure for your bank has to be created at the bank level and maintained by different
branches. Using this structure, you can consolidate the GL balances and turnovers across
modules and products and retrieve on-line information on the same.
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Features of GL Sub-system
Flexible GL structure
Keeping in mind the different type of accounts maintained in your bank, GL has been broadly
classified into the following categories:
Asset
Liability
Expense
Income
Contingent Asset
Contingent Liability
Memo
Position
Position Equivalent
A Head GL can be assigned any of the above categories. Two Head GLs can have the same
category. All GLs that fall under a Head GL will essentially belong to the category defined for the
Head. Each category can have any number of GLs under it, but the category allocated to a GL
should be assigned at the head of any GL stream. All nodes and leaves by default take the
category of the Head GL to which they report. At no other level can you assign a category.
Leaf GLs are merely points of contact through which all entries are passed to the nodes. It is at
the nodes that consolidation of all accounting takes place. Therefore, any specification like the
Currency type or GL type though specified at the leaf GL will be applicable only for the respective
node of that leaf. Peripheral activities like linking a customer account to a GL or posting to a GL
can be done only at the leaf.
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All your profit and loss entries can be passed in LCY only; however, for reporting purposes you
can also maintain a record of these in any FCY or even in all currencies. This makes it possible to
have multi-currency GLs. Along with this, revaluation of currencies has also been provided for.
Categorization into MIS Classes
The sub-system enables you to categorize information into MIS Classes, which are exclusively for
reporting purposes. This feature serves not only your need for classified information, but also
helps simplify the GL structure of the bank.
For instance, you can categorize information by the defined Customer/Transaction MIS Class.
Under each type — Customer or Transaction you can create several MIS Classes and Subclasses. This is done at the Bank level and used by the different branches.
Information Retrieval
You have been provided with various report definition options, so that you can tailor your report to
suit your needs. In addition, the report generator helps you prepare reports in the format of the
Head Office and Central Bank debit/credit lines, which may be at variance with the existing GL
structure at the branch level.
Consolidation of GLs can take place at different branch levels. That is, at the Regional Office or
Head Office levels depending upon the branch structure that you have defined in the Core
Entities Module. The final consolidation of all GLs is done at the Head Office where the total
consolidated GL is provided in a report. Even during consolidation, the break-up based on MIS
Classes will be provided.
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Need to Invoke GL Sub-system
You will need to invoke the General Ledger (GL) sub-system to:
Maintain a General Ledger structure for your bank
Avail of services provided by GL to different modules like EOD update of GL etc.
Interface with the MIS System
Set up Reporting lines and associate GLs to these debit and credit lines
Specify break up of GLs by either customer or transaction MIS Class
Run Year-end P/L account on book closure
Extract reports on GL data history
Obtain reports of General Ledgers for specific periods
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3.
3.1
Setting up Chart of Accounts
Introduction
Oracle FLEXCUBE supports a multilevel structure for your bank’s Chart of Accounts. You can
create broad groups of accounts in the categories of assets, liabilities, income, expenses, etc.,
and further divide these groups into several levels. The groups at each of these levels are
referred to as GLs. For instance, you can create a three level GL structure as follows:
Head
GL1
Node
GL2
GL3
GL4
Node
Leaf
GL5
GL6
GL7
Leaf
Leaf
Leaf
The GLs at the lowermost level are referred to as Leaf GLs. The balances and turnovers of leaf
GLs are consolidated at higher level GLs called Node GLs. The GL at the top of the structure is
referred to as the Head GL.
In the GL reporting hierarchy, a GL is a parent GL for GLs reporting to it. For instance, GL2 is the
parent of GL 5 and 6, and GL1 is the parent GL for GLs 2, 3, and 4. The reporting GLs, GLs 5
and 6 in the first instance, are referred to as child GLs of GL 2. Similarly, GLs 2, 3, and 4 are child
GLs with respect to GL1.
This multilevel GL structure can be maintained in the Chart of Accounts screen by the branch
marked as the Head Office of your bank.
In Oracle FLEXCUBE, the GL balances are stored as currency wise balances as well as overall
balance in LCY on GL level. This enables currency-wise break up of each GL account. However
overall balance in local currency is also available.
You can invoke the ‘Chart of Accounts Maintenance’ screen by typing ‘GLDCHACT’ in the field at
the top right corner of the Application tool bar and clicking the adjoining arrow button.
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To define the details of a new GL, click new icon.
GL Code
In Oracle FLEXCUBE, a GL is identified by a Code. The length and composition of the code
depends upon the GL Mask defined in the ‘Bank-wide Parameters’ Screen. The code that you
enter can have a maximum of nine alphanumeric characters.
External Code
Using External Code, you can upload the existing record into Oracle FLEXCUBE, when the
record is loaded for the first time. The old GL code will be defaulted as external code and you can
enter new code and save it as well. External Code has to do nothing while entering new GL
entries after installation of Oracle FLEXCUBE.
Alternate GL Number
Specify the alternate code for the general ledger, if any. You can use this code to identify and
search the GLs later.
During ‘New’ or ‘Modify’ operations, if the alternate GL number is not given, the system will
default the GL Code as the alternate GL number.
Description
You can enter a brief description to help identify the GL in this field. You can use this description
for the internal reference of your bank.
Leaf GL
In Oracle FLEXCUBE, a GL that you create can be one of the following:
Node GL
Leaf GL
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A Node GL is one that reports to another GL and has other GLs reporting to it. In the reporting
relationship, if a GL reports to another GL, but no GLs report to it, then it is a Leaf GL. A Head GL
is a Node that does not report to another GL.
The Chart of Accounts detailed screen is designed with four tabs. By invoking the screens that
correspond with these tabs you can create GLs and maintain a GL structure of your bank.
GL Details — In this screen, you can set up a GL, indicate its type, assign a category to
the Head GL.
GL Linkages — Click this tab to define the GLs that constitute your Chart of Accounts.
Reporting Lines — In this screen, you can define the debit and credit reporting lines for
leaf GLs. This helps to organize reports on the lines of your Head Office and Central
Bank.
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Specifying GL Details
To define details for a GL, click on the tab titled GL Details. The details that you can specify for a
GL depend on the type of GL that you create. If a particular field is disabled, it means that the
field is not relevant to the type of GL that you are creating.
You can capture the GL Details in the following fields:
GL Type
For both customer and internal GLs that you create, you should indicate the type. The GL type is
indicative of the type of accounting entries that are posted into the GL. For a customer GL, the GL
type could be Normal, Misc. Debit, Misc. Credit, and Nostro. For an Internal GL, the GL type
could be Normal, Misc. Debit, misc. Credit, cash, and inter-branch.
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Those GLs in which a debit entry is to be offset with multiple credit entries or a credit entry to be
offset with multiple debit entries should be assigned the Misc. Debit and Misc. Credit type
respectively.
Miscellaneous debit and credit entries should be associated with an instrument number. This will
ensure proper reconciliation of the debit and credit entries made to the GL. Choose this option to
indicate that the GL should cater only to entries related to your bank s account with another bank.
All cash transactions, like in the Data Entry module, are posted directly into a GL by linking the
GL with the Till ID. Choose this option to indicate that only interbranch related accounting entries
can be posted to the GL.
The debit or credit entries of accounts that do not fall into any of the other types can be assigned
to the Normal Type GL. The leaf GLs that you create will be taken as Normal Type by default.
GL Category
GL category can be specified only for a GL head. A Head GL can be assigned any of the
following categories:
Asset
Liability
Expense
Income
Contingent Asset
Contingent Liability
Memo
Position
Position Equivalent
Two Head GLs can have the same category. All GLs that fall under a Head GL will essentially
belong to the category defined for the Head. Each category can have any number of GLs under it.
But, the category allocated to a GL should be assigned at the head of any GL stream; all nodes
and leaves by default take the category of the Head GL to which they report.
Customer/Internal GL
A GL that you create in Oracle FLEXCUBE can be defined as a Customer or an Internal GL.
Internal GLs are accounts that are internal to the bank, such as cash accounts, interest income
and expense accounts, and so on. These also comprise of customer account balances from the
front-end modules - Loans, Deposits, Money Market, etc. The customer savings, current, and
nostro accounts of your bank are opened under GLs designated as customer GLs.
The GL combinations that you can have include:
GL type
Direct posting of entries
Internal Node
No
Customer Node
No
Internal Leaf
Yes
Customer Leaf
No
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As indicated above, you can post direct entries (i.e., link it to your bank’s internal accounts) only
to internal leaf GLs. For internal and customer node GLs and customer leaf GLs, you would
associate accounts with them.
Average Balance Required
Check this box to indicate that the general ledger requires average balance computation. The
average general ledger balance is calculated on a monthly basis.
However, the average balance computation is performed on the basis of transaction dated
balance and any value dated adjustment will not be considered for this computation.
If a working day is followed by any holiday(s), the average balance computation will be done as
per the specifications defined in the GL Branch Parameter Maintenance screen. That is, the
balance will either include the accumulated balance for the number of days inclusive of the
following holidays or the system will compute the balance on the next working day.
The system will compute and store average balances for customer GLs only if you check this box.
You will not be allowed to modify this option later. The balances is computed on a daily basis
based only on booking dated transactions.
The system will store debit, credit and net average balances in FCY as well as in LCY.
In the case of back dated transactions, the system will not update the average balances of
previous periods.
Note the following:
The computation can be enabled only for internal leaf GLs. If you enable this option the
system will compute average balance for GLs as part of EOD processing. The average
balance will be computed on the Book-Dated balance. The Debit, Credit and Net average
balances in FCY as well as LCY will be stored.
Back-period entries do not affect average balance retrospectively.
Computation includes the effect of revaluation entries and fin-closure entries.
Data is stored and displayed as Period-to-Date and Year-to-Date figures.
Computation can be based on the Next Working Day-1 or System Date as specified in
the GL Branch Parameters screen. If the average balance calculation basis is ‘NWD-1’,
the balances of holidays will be included in the previous working day. If the calculation
basis is System Date, the balances of holidays will be included on the next working day
provided the next working day is in the same period. If the basis is System Date but the
next working day is in the next period, the holidays will be considered during the current
run.
The total number of calendar and working days during the computation period is
considered.
After the end of day processes, the system keeps the data for the month end and last
specific number of days.
Example I
st
The following entries have been posted to a GL for which the opening balance was zero on the 1 of
January 2001.
Book Date
Entry
Period
Value Date
01-Jan-2001
Dr 100
M01
01-Jan-2001
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Book Date
Entry
Period
Value Date
10-Jan-2001
Dr 200
M01
10-Jan-2001
20-Jan-2001
Cr 500
M01
20-Jan-2001
01-Feb-2001
Cr 500
M01
15-Jan-2001
For the period M01 the average debit balance is
(*100) + (10 * 300 ) [For the first 9 days the balance is 100 Debit and next 10 days 300 Debit].
(9 + 10) = 3900/19 = 205.26
For the period M01 the average Cr Balance is
(12 * 200 / 12) = 200
th
st
This is because from 20 Jan to 31 Jan the GL has had a closing balance of 200 Credit.
Note that it is not weighted by the total number of days in the period i.e. it is not
(200 * 12 / 31)
The entry posted on 01-Feb-2001 (Cr 500) would appear in the booking dated average balance of period
M02 because 01-Feb-2001 lies in M02. This would not affect the booking dated average balance of period
M01.
Thus assuming that there were no further entries to the above GL in period M02, the average credit balance
of period M02 would be 700 . (500 + 200)
Example II
Significance of the field Average Balance Calculated Till –> NWD-1 or System Date
Consider the following case for M01
Thu 1st
GL1
Closing Bal = 60 Debit
Fri 2nd
GL1
Closing Balance =80 Debit
GL1
Closing Balance = 100 Debit
rd
Sat 3 – Holiday
th
Sun 4 – Holiday
Monday 5th
Scenario 1
If the Average Balance Calculation Till = NWD-1 then
Avg Dr Bal for M01 as on Fri 2nd = (60+80+80+80) / 4 = 300 / 4 = 75
Else
Avg Dr Bal for M01 as on Fri 2nd = (60+80) / 2 = 140 / 2 = 70
End if
In either case :
Avg Dr Bal for M01 as on Mon 5th = (60+80+80+80+100) / 5 = 400 / 5 = 80
Scenario 2
A new GL for which the opening and closing balances have been zero for the first 10 days of a period and
then two debit entries of 100 and 50 are posted.
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st
th
1 to 10
Closing Balance = 0 Credit
th
Closing Balance = 100 Debit
th
Closing Balance = 44 Debit
11
12
Now Avg Dr balance for the period is 144/2 = 72
Avg Cr Balance for the period = 0/10 = 0
Avg Net Balance = 144/12 = 12 Dr
Scenario III
Average Balance Calculation is System Date and NWD is in the Next Period
Consider the following case: for M01 (JAN)
st
From 1 to 27
th
Jan the closing balance has been 10 Dr
th
Thu 28
GL1
Closing Bal = 60 Debit
th
GL1
Closing Balance =80 Debit
GL1
Closing Balance = 100 Debit
Fri 29
0th
Sat 3
– Holiday
st
Sun 31 – Holiday
st
Monday 1 Feb
If the Average Balance Calculation Till = NWD-1 or SYS DATE, then because the next working day is in the
next period, Avg Dr Bal for M01 after eod of Fri 29th = (27*10 + 1*60 + 3*80) / 31 = 570 / 31 = 18.387.
Report As Accrual
Check against this field if you want the system to calculate the accrual entries posted to this GL
independently for displaying during the online query of FX positions. Depending on your selection
in this field, system will arrive at the cash and accrual positions.
Example
Assume that on a particular day, the FX positions for the currency USD is as follows:
The sum of the entries of settled FX deals is 34,516.65.
The sum of the entries of profit and loss items that have been accrued but not collected or paid
from GL’s for which the option ‘Report As Accruals’ is not allowed is 5,743.80.
The sum of all the entries of profit and loss items that have been accrued but not collected or paid
from GL’ s for which the option ‘Report As Accrual’ is allowed is 12,456.78.
Keeping these numbers in view, during online query of FX positions, system displays the cash position and
accrual position as shown:
The Cash Position for USD on that particular day will be (34,516.65 + 5,743.80) = 40,260. 45 USD.
The accrual position will be 12,456.78 USD.
Note that checking this option does not have any effect on spot and forward positions.
Revaluation
Specify whether currency revaluation is applicable to the GL. Check against the Revaluation
option to indicate that the GL should be revalued. Leave it unchecked to indicate otherwise.
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You can revalue the balances of asset, liability, contingent asset, and contingent liability GLs. You
can also revalue the balances in Income / Expense GLs. If you indicate that revaluation is
applicable, Oracle FLEXCUBE will revalue the GL when the End of Day (EOD) process is run.
Note the following:
If transaction entry happens on STANDARD rate then the system does not post any
revaluation, even though you have enabled revaluation for the GL002C
GLs identified as index currency GLs should not have account revaluation
Transfer Balance on MIS Reclassification
Indicate whether the MIS balances in the GL must be transferred, upon MIS reclassification, into
the new MIS code.
A batch process performs the transfer of balances upon reclassification, for each GL for which
this option has been set.
Blocked
Oracle FLEXCUBE offers you the option to temporarily mark the status of the GL as Blocked.
During this period, no entries can be passed into the GL. You can open a GL marked with
blocked status by unchecking the blocked status box.
This feature is useful as you need not close the GL. Blocking is temporary whereas closure is
permanent.
Reval Split Required
You can choose to break-up revaluation profit/loss for the GL you are defining into:
Trading P&L – P&L due to revaluation of foreign currency transactions during the day.
Revaluation P&L – P&L due to revaluation of opening balances (balances without current
day’s turnover).
The following example compares the accounting entries posted when you do not choose to split
revaluation profit/loss and when you do.
Example
An Asset GL to be revalued as per the following data. The account currency is USD and the local currency is
EUR. The rates of EUR against USD are:
st
Rate as of 1 Jan 2001: 1.2
Rate as of 2
nd
Jan 2001: 1.3
rd
Rate as of 3 Jan 2001: 1.4
Before Revaluation
Date
01-JAN2001
Opening
Balance
Daily
Turnover
Closing
Balance
FCY
LCY EQ.
FCY
LCY
EQ
FCY
LCY EQ
1000
1100
Nil
Nil
1000
1100
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Date
Opening
Balance
Daily
Turnover
Closing
Balance
st
Since there are no FCY transactions on 1 Jan 2001, the opening balance is the same as the closing
st
balance. But the closing rate as of 1 Jan 2001 is 1.2. Hence new LCY Equivalent on 1st Jan should be:
1000 * 1.2 = 1200 EUR. (Gain of 100 EUR)
Since there is no daily turnover, the P&L due to trading is nil and all the P&L arising out of the revaluation is
accounted to the Revaluation P&L GL. Hence the entries posted are.
Debit. Asset account with 100 EUR
Credit. P&L account with 100 EUR.
After Revaluation
Date
01-JAN2001
On 2
nd
Opening
Balance
Daily
Turnover
Closing
Balance
FCY
LCY EQ.
FCY
LCY
EQ
FCY
LCY EQ
1000
1100
Nil
Nil
1000
1200
Jan 2001, consider the following scenario.
Before Revaluation
Date
02-JAN2001
Opening
Balance
Daily
Turnover
Closing
Balance
FCY
LCY EQ.
FCY
LCY
EQ
FCY
LCY EQ
1000
1200
100
140
1100
1340
nd
There is an FCY transaction on the 2 of January with a FCY amount of 100 and LCY Equivalent is 140.
nd
Because of this transaction, the closing balance as of 2 Jan are 1100 FCY and 1340 LCY.
But the rate as of 2
nd
Jan is 1.3. Hence the new LCY equivalent is
1100 * 1.3 = 1430 EUR. (Net Gain of 90 EUR)
Since there is a FCY transaction, the P&L arising out of this transaction would have to be allocated to
trading. For that the revaluation of the opening balance is done with today’s rate.
Hence the LCY Equivalent of the opening balance at today’s rate:
1000 * 1.3 = 1300 (Gain of 100 EUR)
The accounting entries posted are
Debit Asset account with 100 EUR
Credit P&L account with 100 EUR.
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Now, the revaluation of the today’s FCY entries is performed. The LCY Equivalent of the FCY entry at
today’s rate is:
100 * 1.3 = 130 (Loss of 10 EUR)
The entries posted are:
Credit Asset account with 10 EUR
Debit Trading P&L account with 10 EUR.
After Revaluation
Date
01-JAN2001
Opening
Balance
Daily
Turnover
Closing
Balance
FCY
LCY EQ.
FCY
LCY EQ
FCY
LCY EQ
1000
1200
100
140
1100
1430
Hence the net effect because of the two revaluation processes is :
Debit Asset account with 90 EUR
Credit P&L account with 100 EUR
Debit Trading P&L account with 10 EUR.
The revaluation splitting is done for revaluation-into GL’s also.
Refer the chapter ‘Account Revaluation Maintenance’ in the Core Services User Manual for
further details about revaluation.
3.2.1.1 Indicating Profit and Loss Revaluation Details
EOD Reval Of FCY Entries (Single Entry)
Journal entries that do not have an offset entry cannot be revalued using the EOD revaluation of
FCY entries option. Enable this option if such journal entries are to be revalued.
EOD Reval Of FCY Entries (Entry Pair)
As part of the End of Day processes, before the account revaluation batch process executes on a
given business day, the revaluation batch process for performing accounting entry-based
revaluation for FCY entries in Income/Expense GLs is run.
This process performs entry-based revaluation for those Income/Expense GLs for which such
revaluation has been indicated in the Chart of Accounts. You can enable this option to indicate
that the entry wise revaluation of FCY entries posted during the day should be performed during
the EOD processes, for each entry pair in the same FCY.
EOD Reval Of FCY Reversals
Enable this option if the revaluation of reversal entries has to be performed as part of the EOD
processes. If you leave this box unchecked, the reversal entries will be posted with the Exchange
Rate as of event date.
As mentioned earlier, if entry-based revaluation is indicated for a GL, the FCY Entries
Revaluation batch, which executes before the normal revaluation batch, will perform the
revaluation for the GL.
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Refer the Entry-based Revaluation of Income/Expense GLs section for detailed information on
the entry-based revaluation batch.
Repost FCY Entries in LCY
While defining Income or Expense type of Leaf GL’s you can indicate whether FCY entries have
to be reposted as LCY entries during the EOD processes by checking this option.
If you enable this option, you must trigger the GL Reporting Batch (ACIDPRVL) as part of the
EOD processes to post FCY entries in LCY. While doing this you should consider the logical
order of revaluation as well as intraday posting processes.
The exchange rate at which the original FCY entry was posted is used for reposting in LCY.
Refer the Reposting of FCY entries for Realized P&L GL’s in LCY section for detailed information
on the batch.
The revaluation parameters that you set for a GL cannot be modified after it is authorized.
Intraday Posting GL
You can choose to post FCY income/expenses booked during the day into a balance sheet GL
and have them transferred to the P & L GL after revaluation at the EOD exchange rate. Profit or
loss due to this revaluation is posted in LCY equivalent with ‘0’ FCY postings.
While defining an Income/Expense GL in the Chart of Accounts screen, you can specify an intraday GL into which FCY entries posted into this GL are to be transferred. This designated Intraday
GL should be of Asset/Liability type.
The option of specifying an intra-day GL is allowed only for Income/Expense GLs. Another precondition is that either or both of EOD Reval of FCY Entries options should be enabled.
Given below is an example that illustrates the entries that are posted if you choose to post
income/expense entries into an intra-day GL.
Example
Entry Pair Transaction
During the day
Dr/Cr
Acc. /GL
Amount
Rate
LCY Equivalent
Debit
Customer
100 USD
110
11,000 JPY
Credit
Intra Day Positing GL
100 USD
110
11,000 JPY
End of Day:
If the end-of-day rate is 1 USD = 120 JPY, the following entries are passed (event: IDPL):
Dr/Cr
Acc. /GL
Amount
Rate
Debit
Customer
0 USD
1000 JPY
Credit
Intra Day Positing GL
0 USD
1000 JPY
Debit
Intra Day Posting GL
100 USD
120
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LCY Equivalent
12,000 JPY
Dr/Cr
Acc. /GL
Amount
Rate
LCY Equivalent
Credit
P/L GL
100 USD
120
12,000 JPY
Single Entry Transaction: The entries posted during the day are:
Dr/Cr
Acc. /GL
Amount
Rate
LCY Equivalent
Credit
Intra Day Positing GL
100USD
110
11,000 JPY
The entries posted at the end of the day are (event: IDPL):
Dr/Cr
Acc. /GL
Amount
Rate
LCY Equivalent
Debit
Exchange P/L
0 USD
1000 JPY
Credit
Intra Day Positing GL
0 USD
1000 JPY
Debit
Intra Day Posting GL
100 USD
120
12,000 JPY
Credit
P/L GL
100 USD
120
12,000 JPY
Processing features
You need to run a batch process at EOD from the following functions:


Revaluation of the entry/entries posted into the intra-day GL using the EOD
exchange rate.
Moving the intra-day GL balances into the actual income/expense GLs.
If you have defined an intra-day posting GL for the Income/Expense GL that you are
defining, then all entries meant for the latter throughout the day (starting with the BOD
batch processes) are transferred into the intra-day GL. This continues till you run the
batch process to post intra-day entries into the actual Income/Expense GL. Subsequent
entries get posted directly into the actual Income/Expense GL.
The revaluation entries are posted with the same Contract Reference and Event
Sequence as that of the original entry.
The entries are posted with respective event codes for entry-pair and single entry. Thus,
for entry-pair the entries are posted using the event RVEP whereas for single entry,
entries are posted using the event RVSE.
The revaluation accounting entries for the contract can be seen from the accounting entry view in
the contract online.
Currency Restrictions
You can specify currency restrictions only for Internal GLs. In effect, you indicate the currencies in
which postings can be made to the GL. The options available are:
Single currency
All foreign currencies
All currencies
By default, you will be able to post entries of transactions in all currencies into a GL. If you
indicate Single currency then you should also indicate the specific currency in which transactions
can be posted to the GL.
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If you indicate ‘All’ foreign currencies then you can post entries of all transactions in any currency
other than the local currency of your bank.
If you select ‘All’ currencies then no currency based restriction is applicable for transactions
posted to the GL.
Index currency general ledgers will be restricted to use a single currency. Such GLs will reflect
the index currency balances only. You cannot post other currencies in index currency GLs.
3.2.1.2 Indicating Position Account Details
Positioning Required
You can retrieve the position of a foreign currency, any time, by opting for Position Accounting in
your bank. When you opt for position accounting, you maintain a Position GL and a Position
Equivalent GL for every foreign currency maintained in your bank. The Position GL reflects the
current position in the currency. You can opt for position accounting while indicating your
preferences in the Bank-Wide Parameters screen.
If you opt for position accounting while defining Bank-Wide Parameters, you can maintain
Position GLs and Position Equivalent GLs for every foreign currency that your bank deals in.
When maintaining the GLs in your bank, you can opt to link the different currencies, associated
with the GL, to:
The Position GLs that you have specified for the currency (Your specifications in the
Currency Definition screen will default here), or
Position GLs of your choice
In the GL Category field, indicate if you are maintaining a Position GL or a Position Equivalent
GL.
The position accounting happens event and entry pair-wise. Each entry is considered. If any
currency mismatch is found then position accounting for each posting pairs are considered for
position accounting.
Example
You have initiated an FT transaction where account is denominated in USD but the transfer amount is EUR.
Charge is calculated in USD. In this case, the system will pass position entries for transfer amount as well as
charge amount.
If transfer happens in USD from an USD account while charge is settled in EUR from an EUR
account number position entry will be posted as no currency mismatch exists.
Display on Report With
When you maintain a Position GL, you can define the manner in which you would like the
currency position to be reported in the Currency-Wise Position report.
In the Display on Report With field, under Position Accounting Details, indicate if you would like
the currency position to be reported under one of the following:
The head Asset
The head Liability
Under a separate head (that is, separately, as Currency Position)
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Branch Restrictions
You have the option to indicate branch restrictions for an internal leaf GL. By default, both the
Head Office and the branches of your bank can post and view entries made to a GL.
You can allow the Head Office, the branches of your bank or all to post entries to a GL. If you
indicate Branch GL, only the branches of your bank can post entries to the GL. The Head Office
can however view the accounting entries passed to Branch GLs. If you specify Head Office GL
then only the Head Office can post entries to the GL. The branches can however view the entries
posted to a Head Office GL.
It is important to note that you cannot restrict specific branches from posting entries to a GL.
Posting Restrictions
Posting restrictions, like branch restrictions, can be specified only for internal leaf GLs. This is
because, in Oracle FLEXCUBE, you can post entries only to internal leaf GLs.
The posting of entries to an internal leaf GL can be direct or indirect. In the case of direct posting,
accounting entries are posted directly to the Internal GL through Data Entry Module of Oracle
FLEXCUBE. In case of indirect posting, accounting entries are passed into the GL from the
various modules of Oracle FLEXCUBE, for example - a loan or a money market contract.
Back Period Entry Allowed
You can also choose to post back period entries to the GL by enabling the Back Period Entry
Allowed option. If you choose not to restrict back period entries, you will be allowed to post
journal entry transactions for the GL as long as the period is open.
While posting back-valued transactions, the System verifies whether the Back Period Entry
Allowed option has been enabled for the GL. If the option has not been enabled an error
message is displayed. This check is also performed while uploading journal entry transactions.
Reconciliation
If the GL that you are creating belongs to the miscellaneous debit or credit type, you should
indicate reconciliation preferences. The method in which entries posted to a GL can be reconciled
could be one of the following:
Direct
Split
In the case of direct reconciliation, each debit entry is offset by the corresponding credit entry and
vice versa (e.g. Manager’s Check). For Split reconciliation, one debit entry can be offset against
multiple credit entries and vice versa (e.g. Sundry Debtors and Creditors).
Revaluing unrealized P&L GLs in Oracle FLEXCUBE
Using Oracle FLEXCUBE, you can compute and book the due income earned not collected and
the expense incurred not paid into unrealised (memo) income/expense accounts in a specified
currency.
The revaluation process that performs revaluation of the total balance in the GL can be used to
revalue unrealised Income/Expense GLs.
The movement of entries from unrealized to realized GLs is performed at the contract level.
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3.2.2 Specifying GL Linkages
Click the tab titled GL Linkages from the Chart of Accounts screen to define linkages for the GL
that you are defining.
In the GL Linkages screen you maintain the following:
the parent to which a GL should report
the year-end profit and loss accounts into which balances would be posted
3.2.2.1 Indicating Parent GL
Parent GL
You can indicate the GL to which the current GL should report. This GL in effect becomes the
parent of the current GL. You can select a parent GL from the option list available. The option list
will contain only a list of Node GLs that you have already created.
Category
You can assign a Category only to a Head GL (a GL that does not report to another GL). If the GL
that you indicated as the parent GL, is a Head GL the category assigned to it is also displayed.
3.2.2.2 Indicating Year-End Profit & Loss Accounts
Profit A/C
You can specify the accounts into which the year-end profit or loss entries for the GL should be
posted.
The profit account is the account into which all income GL account balances are posted at the
end of the year. On the last day of the financial cycle all balances from the account are posted
into the year-end profit account. You can select an account code from the option list available.
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Loss A/C
The Loss account is the account into which all expense GL account balances are posted at the
end of the year. On the last day of the financial cycle, all balances from the loss accounts are
posted into the year-end loss account.
You can specify the same GL for posting both your profits and losses.
3.2.2.3 Identifying Previous Year Adjustment GL
Prev Yr Adj GL
You can indicate the GL to which the previous year’s adjustment entries for unrealized income
and expense are to be posted. As a result the system automatically posts adjustment entries
between Unrealised Income/Expense GL and an Adjustment GL for the interest/commission
accrued in the Previous year, as these would already have moved to the year-end P and L GL
during financial closure.
Adjustment entries are passed at the contract level to the effect that the improper balances on
Revaluation Income/Expense GL’s on account of Reversal of Previous Day’s Revaluation entries
(if there was a financial movement in between), get corrected.
Given below is a set of sample entries:
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Accrual
Debit/Credit Indicator
Event
Currency
Amount
Debit
IENC
USD
10
Credit
Unrealized Income
USD
10
Debit/Credit Indicator
Event
Currency
Amount
Debit
Customer
USD
10
Credit
IENC
USD
10
Debit
Unrealized Income
USD
10
Credit
Realized Income
USD
10
Liquidation
Revaluation of unrealized P and L GLs is performed only for interest and commission entries
and is therefore applicable for the Money Markets, Trade Finance (LC, BC), Securities and
Derivatives modules of Oracle FLEXCUBE.
3.2.3 View GLs Hierarchical Position
Click the button ‘Child GL For the Current GL’ from the ‘Chart of Accounts’ screen to view the
hierarchical position of any GL.
You can view the structural hierarchy of a GL based on two criteria:
The GLs that are at the same level as the GL you are creating
The GLs that report to the GL you are creating
Example
Let us assume that your GL Head of Overdrafts is structured as follows:
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Overdrafts (OD)
AS190000
OD Clean
AS190300
OD Working Capital
AS190100
OD - Book Debts
AS190102
OD - Stocks
AS190101
OD Others
AS190400
OD - Employees
AS190201
OD Retail Lending
AS190200
OD - Shares
AS190202
OD - Mortages
AS190203
Suppose AS190100 is on display in the field GL Code. On choosing the other GLs linked to this parent
option, the following list will be displayed:
GL Code
GL Description
AS190200
OD Retail Lending
AS190300
OD Clean
AS190400
OD Others
If you click on Child GLs for the Current GL the following list will be displayed:
GL Code
GL Description
AS190101
OD Stocks
AS190102
OD Book Debts
Thus by clicking on the second option under hierarchy level, you can view the list of GLs that report to the
current GL.
To understand the sequence of steps involved in creating a new GL structure, let us take an
example:
Example
Assume you are creating an asset Head GL for bank balances held with other banks.
Your GL mask is defined as NNNNNAAAD in the Bank-wide Parameters screen. You assign a GL code
50000ASS D to the Head GL. D is the last element of the code, which is system generated and is called the
check digit. It will be an alphabet of the English language if it is represented in the mask as d and will be
numeric if it is represented as D.
Under GL 50000ASS, you want to create two sub-GLs - 50100ASS representing balances with Federal
Reserve Bank and 50200ASS representing balances with Commercial banks.
Under sub-GL 50200ASS stand two GLs -- 50201ASS and 50202ASS representing balances with
commercial banks in local currency and foreign currency respectively.
The hierarchical structure of this GL tree is as follows:
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50000ASSD
50100ASSD
50200ASSD
50202ASSD
50201ASSD
To create this new GL structure, invoke the ‘Chart of Accounts’ screen, the ‘GL Linkages’ screen is
displayed. Click new icon. A new screen with no prior inputs will be invoked.
You can click on any of the four broad heads listed atop the screen to activate that screen. Follow
the given sequence of steps:
Step 1:
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Step 2:
Creating
GLs
which
report to
Head GL
Create GLs by
assigning code &
description
50100ASS
50200ASS
in GL Linkages table
specify node or leaf
50100ASS - leaf
50200ASS - node
specify the parent
specify details for leaf
GLs
50000ASS
GL type
Customer/ Internal GL
Posting preferences
Branch restrictions
Currency restrictions ...
in GL Details table
Step 3:
Create
GLs which
report to
second
level GL
and so on...
3.2.4 Indicating Statement Generation Details for GL
For each new GL that you define in the Chart of Accounts, you may need to generate a periodic
statement of accounts for transactions involving the GL.
You can indicate whether a periodic statement of accounts needs to be generated for
transactions involving the GL through the Statement Details sub-screen in the GL Chart of
Accounts screen.
To specify the statement related details click on the ‘Statement’ button in the Chart of Accounts
screen. The ‘Statements Detail’ screen gets displayed.
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Account Statement
Indicate that an account statement is to be generated periodically by the system for the particular
account by specifying the format in which the statement is to be generated.
The options available are:
Detailed – indicating that the statement should be a detailed account of all the
transactions tracked against the particular GL Code
Summary - indicating that only a summary of the transaction details is enough
If you do not want a periodic statement of transactions involving the account, you can specify
so by selecting the None option.
Cycle
Select the frequency at which the account statement should be generated from the adjoining
drop-down list. This list displays the following values:
Annual
Semi-annual
Quarterly
Monthly
Fortnightly
Weekly
Daily
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On
Select the start date and month for the generation of the statement based on the frequency that
you specify from the adjoining drop-down list. For a weekly generation of the account statement,
specify the day of the week on which account statements should be generated.
For a monthly generation of statement you can specify the day of month. To specify the day of
the month for the monthly generation of statements enter a number between 1 and 31
(corresponding to the system date).
If you set the statement date to 30, then account statements will be generated on:
The last working day for months with less than 30 days
th
th
For months with 30 days on the 30 day. If the 30 day is a holiday, it will be generated
on the next working day
st
If you set the statement date to the 31 of the month, account statements will be generated on:
st
The 31 , for months with 31 days
The last working day for months for months with less than 31 days
For all other cycles, the account statement will be generated on the last day of that cycle.
Based on the preferences that you specify, the system generates a statement of accounts
automatically, as part of the end of cycle processing.
Generate
Choose to generate the statement of accounts only when there has been a movement of funds
into the account or when funds have been transferred out of the account.
st
For instance, let us assume that on the 21 of August 2001, you have set the account statement
th
generation frequency as Daily for the account LI0202308. On the 5 of September 2001, there
has been no movement of funds in the particular account. If you have opted for the Generate
th
Only on Movement option the system will not generate a statement message for 5 Sept 2001.
You can also choose to generate the statement of accounts regardless of whether or not there
has been a movement of funds to and from the account.
Statement Required
There may be times when you would have maintained the relevant account statement details for
a particular GL. However, you would like to generate the account statements only a month or two
later. You can choose to stall the generation of account statement for a temporary period of time
by keeping the statement required check box unchecked.
To enable the generation of account statements you can unlock the contract and uncheck this
box to re-start the generation of messages.
Media
Identify the media through which the account statement is to be sent to the receiver. A list of all
the different types of media maintained in the Media Maintenance screen will be displayed in the
option list positioned next to this field. You can select the appropriate media from the available
choices.
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Address
You may need to send account statement details to your central bank for statutory reporting
purposes. While maintaining account statement details for a GL you can capture the mailing
address of the receiver of the account statement details. The address that you specify in the first
line will be used for correspondence with the party concerned.
3.2.5 Maintaining Clearing Account Numbers for Internal GL’s
For an internal Leaf GL you can maintain the Clearing Account number to be used for outgoing
payments where the internal GL is the remitter account. Click ‘IBAN Account Number’ button in
the ‘Chart of Accounts’ screen.
The ‘Additional Information’ screen is displayed.
In this screen, you can specify the Clearing Account Number for the GLand the Bank Code of the
GL. If a Clearing Account maintained for a GL is found in an uploaded incoming payment the
System resolves the actual GL for the payment as per your maintenance in this screen. If the
IBAN Number maintained for a GL is found in the incoming payment the System resolves the
actual GL as per your maintenance in this screen.
3.2.6 Reposting of FCY Entries for Realized P&L GLs in LCY
If you have indicated that the entries posted to realized income and expense GL’s in FCY are to
be posted in LCY, you must trigger the Batch Program during the EOD processes whereby all
FCY entries for such GLs are reposed as LCY entries.
The reposted entries are posted against the RPOS event but they will have the same Transaction
Reference and Event Sequence number as that of the original transaction.
Example
Given below are samples of entries, which will be posted, when the Repost FCY Entries in LCY option is
enabled for a specific GL.
During the Day
Account
Currency
FCY Amount
LCY Amount
Dr/Cr Indicator
Customer
USD
100
400
Debit
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Account
Currency
FCY Amount
LCY Amount
Dr/Cr Indicator
INC1
USD
100
400
Credit
During Revaluation
Account
Currency
FCY Amount
LCY Amount
Dr/Cr Indicator
INC1
USD
-
10
Credit
Reval P&L
USD
-
10
Debit
During EOD (Entries for reposting)
Account
Currency
FCY Amount
LCY Amount
Dr/Cr Indicator
INC1
USD
100
400
Debit
INC1
PLN
-
400
Credit
INC1
USD
-
10
Debit
INC1
PLN
-
10
Credit
To trigger the batch process invoke common batch function and choose GLREPDLY as the
function id and execute, which will post FCY entries in LCY for those GL for which the Repost
FCY entries in LCY option has been enabled.
3.2.7 Entry-based Revaluation of Income/Expense GLs
As part of the End of Day processes, before the account revaluation batch process executes on a
given business day, the revaluation batch process for performing accounting entry-based
revaluation for FCY entries in Income/Expense GLs is run.
This process performs entry-based revaluation for those Income/Expense GLs for which such
revaluation has been indicated in the Chart of Accounts.
If transaction entry happens on STANDARD rate then the system does not post any
revaluation, even though you have enabled revaluation for the GL,
It executes according to the sequence of processes as shown below:
Entry-pair revaluation
Single entry revaluation
Reversal revaluation
Entry-pair Revaluation
First, the FCY accounting entries passed during the day into Income/Expense marked for entrybased revaluation are revalued, using the revaluation rate for the rate type defined in the Account
Revaluation Maintenance for entry-based revaluation. The revaluation is done only for entry pairs
in respect of which:
both the main and offset entries are in the same FCY
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the FCY amount is greater than zero
The revaluation offset entry is posted to the Account/GL of the actual offset entry of the
transaction in respect of which the FCY entries were passed. The offset Account/GL is identified
based on the Contract Reference Number, Event Sequence Number and Amount Tag
combination, and the revaluation entries are posted with the same Contract Reference Number
and Event Sequence Number as the original entry. The event code RVEP is used to pass the
entries. Appropriate position entries are also passed.
Single Entry Revaluation
After the entry-pair revaluation, the journal FCY accounting entries (that is, entries without
corresponding offset entries) passed during the day are revalued, using the revaluation rate for
the rate type defined in the Account Revaluation Maintenance for entry-based revaluation. Only
those entries with FCY amounts greater than zero are revalued.
The revaluation offset entry is posted to the Profit/Loss GL maintained for the revalued GL in the
Account Revaluation Maintenance, with the same Contract Reference Number and Event
Sequence Number as the original entry. The event code RVSE is used to pass the entries.
Appropriate position entries are also passed.
Reversal Revaluation
Revaluation of FCY reversal entries into Income/Expense GLs is done for those GLs for which
such revaluation has been indicated, in the Chart of Accounts.
If an entry is posted into an Income/Expense GL’s with a negative amount, it is considered a
reversal entry.
All reversal entries are ordered according to:
Contract Reference Number
Event Sequence Number (Reversal event sequence number)
Debit / Credit Indicator
Amount Tag
Account
The entries are consolidated according to amount tags, and the resultant net amounts are
revalued using the revaluation rate for the rate type defined in the Account Revaluation
Maintenance for entry-based revaluation. The revaluation offset entry is posted into the FX
Profit/Loss GL defined for the revalued GL in the Account Revaluation Maintenance, with the
same reference number and the event sequence number of the reversal event, with the event
code RVRL.
Since the revaluation offset entry in each case is passed with the reference number of the original
transaction, the relevant MIS updates are also made just as is done for the original transaction.
The reversal revaluation entries can be viewed in the LCY statement for the revalued
Income/Expense GLs.
3.2.8 Linking GL to Position or Position Equivalent GL
When defining a GL in the Chart of Accounts, you must link all the foreign currencies linked to a
GL to a Position GL, and a Position Equivalent GL if you have opted for position accounting in the
Bank Wide Parameters screen.
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If you do not want position accounting for a particular GL, do not choose the Positioning required
option under Position Accounting Details in the Chart of Accounts. Click ‘Positioning GL
Maintenance’ button in the ‘Chart of Accounts’ screen. The ‘Position GL Maintenance’ screen is
displayed.
In this screen, you can:
Choose the currency of the GL
Indicate the corresponding Position GL and the Position Equivalent GL defined for the
Currency, or a Position GL of your choice.
You can choose to retain the Position GL that defaults (according to your specifications in the
Currency Maintenance screen), or indicate a Position GL of your choice.
You should maintain Position GLs before you can identify one for a GL that you are
maintaining.
3.2.9 Specifying SWIFT BIC Information for Leaf GL
For a leaf GL, you can link the SWIFT BICs representing the sender entities that are authorized to
specify the GL account as the debit account for a funds transfer transaction.
While uploading an incoming SWIFT payment message, and deriving the debit and credit
accounts, the Oracle FLEXCUBE Straight Through Processing (STP) process checks whether
the given Sender SWIFT BIC is authorized to specify a the Leaf GL as the Debit Account for
incoming SWIFT payment messages.
To specify the Sender SWIFT BIC information for a leaf GL, click ‘BIC’ button in the ‘Chart of
Accounts’ screen. The WIN BIC screen is opened, where you can specify the SWIFT BICs of the
Sender entities that are authorized to specify the leaf GL as the Debit Account as the Debit
Account for incoming SWIFT payment messages.
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For details about how Oracle FLEXCUBE processes incoming SWIFT payment message
transactions and for details about the STP process, consult the Funds Transfer user manual.
3.2.10 Specifying Transaction Tax Details
Click on the ‘Transaction Tax’ button in the Chart of Accounts Maintenance screen to invoke the
‘Transaction Tax Maintenance’ screen. Using this screen, you can attach tax schemes at the
gl_code level.
In this screen, you need to specify the following details:
GL Code
Specify the GL code from the adjoining option list.
Tax Scheme
Specify the tax scheme for which the exemption parameters are required.
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Exempted
Check this box to indicate if GMF tax is exempted for the GL or not. Default value of this field will
be “N” i.e. GMF is not exempted.
Exemption Percentage
Specify any value from 0 to 100 to indicate the percentage of tax that is exempted. This field will
be enabled only when GMF is exempted.
In GL, Tax will be computed only for real internal leaf GL’s.
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Viewing Charts of Accounts
You can view charts of accounts details in the Charts of Account Summary screen. You can
invoke this screen by typing ‘GLSCHACT’ in the field at the top right corner of the Application tool
bar and clicking the adjoining arrow button.
In the above screen, you can base your queries on any or all of the following parameters and
fetch records:
Authorization Status
GL Code
Parent GL
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Type
Alt GL No
Record Status
Description
Leaf
Category
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Querying GL Statistics
You can calculate the average balance using ‘GL Statistics’ screen. You can invoke the ‘Internal
GL Statistics’ screen from the Application Browser. To invoke this screen, type ‘GLDAVBAL’ in
the field at the top right corner of the Application Toolbar and click the adjoining arrow button.
In this screen, you can search for GL statistics based on the following parameters :
General Ledger Code
Specify the GL Code for which the average balance is queried.
Currency Code
Specify the currency of the GL code. The option list consists of Average Balance for all the
currencies of the selected GL code. Choose the appropriate one.
Branch Code
You can specify the branch code for which the average balance is required. The option list
consists of the average balance will be listed for all the branches.
Date
You can specify the date for which the average balance is required from the option list. The
option list consists of the average balance will be listed for all the available dates of the selected
GL.
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Calendar Days Balance
The system calculates the average GL balance as per calendar days.
Working Days Balance
The system calculates the average GL balance as per working days.
Financial Year
The system displays the financial year.
Period Code
The system displays the period code.
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Querying GL Balance
You can query the balance using ‘GL Balance Query’ screen. To invoke the ‘GL Balance Query’
screen, type ‘GLDWBAL’ in the field at the top right corner of the Application Toolbar and click the
adjoining arrow button.
You can search for the GL balance details based on the following parameters:
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General Ledger Code
Select the GL code from the adjoining option list. While processing the query, the system will
display the details based on the selected code.
Description
The system displays the description of the GL code.
Branch
Select the branch code from the adjoining option list. While processing the query, the system will
display the details based on the selected code.
Financial Year
Select the financial year from the adjoining option list. While processing the query, the system will
display the details based on the selected year.
Alternate GL Number
Select the alternate GL number from the adjoining option list. While processing the query, the
system will display the details based on the selected code.
Period Code
Select the period code from the adjoining option list. While processing the query, the system will
display the details based on the selected code.
Currency Code
Select the currency code from the adjoining option list. While processing the query, the system
will display the details based on the selected code.
3.6
Moving Balances to Other GLs
At a defined frequency, the balances of some predefined GL accounts are moved to another GL
account. You can define the parameters for such sweeps in the ‘GL Balance Sweep’ screen.
You can invoke the above screen by also entering ‘GLDSWEEP’ in the field at the top right corner
of the Application Toolbar and then clicking the adjoining arrow button.
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For each sweep setup, you must maintain the following details:
Dormant Unreconciled Amount Sweep
Check this box to indicate that the dormant unreconciled amount is swept. If you check this
option, you can specify only miscellaneous credit and debit GLs against the fields ‘Sweep from
GL’ and ‘Sweep to GL’.
Also, the dormancy period can be maintained only if this box is checked.
DD Expire
Check this box to indicate that the GL instrument expired. If you do not check this box, the
instrument will not be considered as expired.
Sweep Currency
Specify the currency for which the GL Balance Sweep parameters being set up would be
applicable. If the setup is required to be applicable for all currencies, you can select the ‘*.*’
option.
Sweep From GL
Specify the GL from which the balances are to be swept out to another GL, according to the
sweep parameters being maintained.
Sweep To GL
Specify the GL to which the balances in the specified ‘Sweep From GL’ are to be swept,
according to the sweep parameters being maintained.
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Balance Indicator
If you select the option ‘Credit’, the system will check if there is a credit balance and will move the
same to the GL you have selected against the field ‘Sweep To GL’. If you select the option ‘Debit’,
the system will check if there is a debit balance and will move the same to the GL to have
selected against the field ‘Sweep To Balance’. If you select the option ‘Both’, there will be no
check carried out by the system. The balance, whether credit, or debit, will be moved to the
specified GL.
Transaction Code
Select the transaction code using which the GL balance sweep entries must be posted. The
option list provides a list of all transaction codes maintained.
MIS group
Select the MIS Group for the GL balance sweep entries, from the option list.
EOC Group
Specify whether the transfer process needs to be run as part of the Beginning of Day activities or
End of Day activities. However by default the system would have selected ‘EOD’ option.
Frequency
Select the frequency for the movement of the GL balance. You have the following options:
Daily
Monthly
Yearly
Based on the frequency set here, the system moves the balances from the ‘FROM’ GL to the ‘TO’
GL as part of ‘GLDSWPBAT’ batch at post EOTI stage and post BOD stages.
Month
Incase of yearly movement frequency, you need to specify the month in which the program has to
be run. It will have values 1 to 12.
Weekday
You can specify the weekday from Sunday to Saturday along with the week position in the month.
rd
For example: 3 Monday.
Holiday Preference
You can select the holiday rule in case the movement day falls on a holiday. The dropdown list
has the following options:
Don’t Execute
Previous working Day
Next working Day
Dormancy Days
You need to capture the dormancy period in terms of the number of years, months and days
included in it. Specify the number of dormancy days.
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Dormancy Months
You need to capture the dormancy period in terms of the number of years, months and days
included in it. Specify the number of dormancy months.
Dormancy Years
You need to capture the dormancy period in terms of the number of years, months and days
included in it. Specify the number of dormancy days.
You can specify the dormancy period only if the option ‘Dormant Unreconciled Amount
Sweep’ is checked.
3.6.1 Restricting Branches from using General Ledger
You can restrict certain branches of the bank from using specific general ledgers. Click
’Branches’ button to invoke the ‘Branch Restrictions’ screen.
Specify the following details:
GL Code
The system displays the general ledger code.
Description
The system displays the description of the general ledger code.
Branch Restriction
Identify the type of restriction that you need to maintain for the branches. Choose one of the
following restriction types:
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Allowed - If you choose the ‘Allowed’ option, you can maintain a list of branches for which
can use the GL.
Disallowed - If you choose the ‘Disallowed’, you can maintain a list of branches which
cannot use the GL.
ALL
Branch
Specify the branch code that you need to restrict. You can use the add button to maintain a list of
branch codes to be restricted.
Branch Name
Based on the branch code selected, the system displays the name of the branch.
If you maintain a list of branches that are allowed to use the GL, then the role profile will be
available only for those branches that you specify in the ‘Allowed’ list in the Role ‘Branches
Restrictions’ screen. Similarly, if you maintain a list of branches that are not allowed to use the
GL, then the role profile will not be available for those branches in the ‘Not Allowed’ list of the
‘Role Branches Restrictions’ screen.
You can specify branch restrictions for a GL only if the following conditions are met:
GL is a Leaf GL
GL is an Internal GL
GL is a Direct Posting GL
‘Branch GL’ option in ‘Chart of Account Maintenance’ is selected
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4.
4.1
Maintaining Reporting Line Structure
Introduction
To recall, in the Chart of Accounts screen, you define a GL and set up a GL hierarchy for your
bank. We shall call this hierarchy the regular GL structure of the bank. Your Head Office or
Central Bank may desire to have the balance sheet and profit and loss account categorized in a
structure that is different from the regular GL structure of your bank. Oracle FLEXCUBE offers
you the flexibility of defining an alternate reporting structure for Head Office and Central Bank
reporting purposes.
This is achieved by setting up reporting lines. The heads of financial information required for your
Head Office and Central bank are defined as Reporting Lines. Each of these lines is assigned a
unique code. After you have set up reporting lines, you can indicate the GLs that should report to
the line.
Ideally, you should first set up the Head Office and Central Bank lines and then define the
regular GL structure for the bank. The advantage is that when defining the regular GL structure,
you can indicate the Head Office or Central Bank line to which a GL should report.
In the Reporting Line Maintenance screen, you can define reporting lines (heads of financial
information) and indicate an alternate reporting structure for your Head Office and Central Bank.
To invoke this screen, click on General Ledger in the Application Browser, select Reporting Lines
and click on Detailed under it. You can also invoke this screen by typing ‘GLDLINE’ in the field at
the top right corner of the Application tool bar and clicking on the adjoining arrow button.
To create a new reporting line structure, click new icon.
In this table, you capture the following for your Head Office and the Central bank reporting lines:
The branch code
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A code to identify the reporting line
A description of the line
The type of line — Head Office or Central Bank
Category specified for this line — asset, liability, income, expense, etc.
The type of line – Node or Leaf
The parent line code for this reporting line
The reporting lines that you create are, for alternate reporting. Alternate reporting is required
when the GL structure defined for the balance sheet of the Head Office or the Central Bank are
different from the GL structure created by your bank.
The order in which the GL categories - Asset, Liability, Expense, Income, Contingent Asset,
Contingent Liability appear in the balance sheet cannot be changed. However, under a category
you can redefine the position of the various GL heads and shift a head from one GL category to
another, if required.
For all practical purposes, GL heads appear in order of their numeric sequence number assigned.
Central Bank and Head Office reporting lines can be created only at the Head Office of your
bank.
4.1.1 Creating New Reporting Line Structure
To understand the sequence of steps involved in creating a new reporting line structure, let us
take the following example:
Example
Requirement
Assume you need to create a reporting line for your Head Office, representing investments of your bank.
Under the head Investments, your Head Office wants information classified under financial investments and
business investments.
Further, under business investments, you require to report holdings in subsidiaries and holdings in
associates.
Solution
To create this new reporting structure, invoke the Reporting Lines Maintenance screen. First create the
Head Reporting Line. In our example, it is Investments and assign it a description and a category - asset.
Leave the parent details blank, since this does not report to another line.
Then create the lines at the second level, Financial investments, and Business investments. Indicate
Investments as the Parent line for both these lines.
Thereafter, create the third level of GLs holdings in subsidiaries and holdings in associates respectively.
Specify their parent line as Business investments. The category assigned to the Parent Line is defaulted.
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The hierarchical structure of this Head Office reporting line would be as follows:
INVESTMENTS
Business Inv.
Financial Inv.
Holdings in
subsidiaries
Holdings in
Associates
4.1.2 Linking GL to Reporting Line
After you have defined Central Bank and Head Office lines, you can indicate the leaf GLs that
should report to the line. While creating a GL, you can indicate the Central Bank or Head Office
line to which it should report.
Click on the ‘Reporting Lines’ tab on the ‘Chart of Accounts Maintenance’ screen to indicate the
reporting lines to which leaf GLs should report. A GL that you create can report to Central Bank
and Head Office reporting lines.
4.1.2.1 Associating GL with Central Bank Reporting Line
For Central Bank reporting purposes, you should associate a GL with a debit and credit reporting
line.
Debit Line
The Central Bank debit line indicates the line to which an account under a GL should report, if in
debit.
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Credit Line
Similarly, you can indicate the line to which an account under a GL should report, if in credit.
You can select a reporting line from the option list. The option list will contain a list of all the lines
maintained in the Reporting Line Maintenance screen. The description of each specified reporting
line appears alongside the line number. The debit and credit reporting lines you define for a leaf
can be the same.
4.1.2.2 Associating GL with Head Office Reporting Line
In order to include a GL under a Head Office reporting line, you should associate it with debit and
credit reporting line.
Debit Line
The Head Office debit line indicates the line to which an account under a GL should report, if in
debit.
Credit Line
Similarly, you can indicate the line to which an account under a GL should report, if in credit.
You can select a reporting line from the option list. The option list will contain a list of all the lines
maintained in the Reporting Line Maintenance screen. The description of each specified reporting
line appears alongside the line number. The debit and credit reporting lines you define for a leaf
can be the same. After you have made the required entries save the entries.
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5.
5.1
Defining Alternate Reporting Lines
Introduction
Oracle FLEXCUBE offers you the flexibility to define alternate reporting lines for Head Office and
Central Bank reporting purposes. If your bank has a network of branches spread over several
countries, you can opt to maintain Central Bank (CB) lines at the branch level. This means all
branches or Regional Offices can maintain CB lines.
In the Reporting Line Maintenance screen you can define reporting lines (heads of financial
information) and indicate an alternate reporting structure for your Head Office or Central Bank
depending on which branch of the bank you are working at. For instance, if you are operating
from the Head Office (HO) level, you will be allowed to define both HO and CB lines. However, if
you are working at the branch level, you can only define CB lines.
You can invoke the ‘Reporting Line Maintenance’ screen by typing ‘GLDLINE’ in the field at the
top right corner of the Application tool bar and clicking the adjoining arrow button.
To create a new reporting line structure, click new icon. The ‘Reporting Line Maintenance’ screen
will be displayed without any details except for the ‘Branch Code’ field. Here the code assigned to
the branch where you are currently working will be defaulted. You will not be allowed to change
the branch code.
The other details that you need to specify for your Head Office and Central Bank reporting lines
are as follows:
a code to identify the reporting line
a description of the line
the type of line - Head Office or Central Bank
category specified for this line - asset, liability, income, expense etc
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the parent line code for this reporting line
For detailed information on how to create a new reporting line structure, refer to the chapter on
Maintaining a Reporting Line Structure of the General ledger module.
5.1.1 Linking GL to CB Line
Once you define Central Bank lines, you can indicate the leaf GL that should report to the line.
If you are working at the Head Office, you can specify this linkage under the Reporting Lines
section of the Chart of Accounts screen. At the branch level you need to indicate this linkage in
the GL Code to CB Line Linkage screen.
You can invoke the ‘GL Central Bank Line Linkage Maintenance’ screen by typing ‘GLDGLLN’ in
the field at the top right corner of the Application tool bar and clicking the adjoining arrow button
5.1.2 Indicating CB Debit Line and CB Credit Line
The CB Debit Line indicates the line to which an account under a GL should report, if in debit.
Similarly, you can indicate the line to which an account under a GL should report, if in credit.
You can select a reporting line from the option list. The option list will contain a list of all the lines
maintained in the Reporting Line Maintenance screen. The description of each specified reporting
line appears alongside the line number. The debit and credit reporting lines you define for a leaf
can be the same.
5.1.3 Operations on GL Code to CB Line Linkage Record
Apart form defining a new linkage you can perform any of the following operations (if any icon is
disabled in the application toolbar, it means that the function is not allowed for the record) on an
existing record.
Amend the details of a record
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Authorize a record
Close the record
Reopen the record
Print the details of the record
Delete the details of the record
For details on these operations refer to the Oracle FLEXCUBE User Manual on Common
Procedures.
5.2
Linking GL to MIS Class
By linking a GL code to an MIS class you can generate GL reports in which the balances are
reported against the entries defined in the linkage. The advantage of a GL to MIS linkage is that it
helps you group information under different MIS entities.
The advantage in linking a GL to an MIS class is that the reported information will be grouped
based on the MIS Class specified during linkage.
You can invoke the ‘GL MIS Linkage Maintenance’ screen by typing ‘GLDREP’ in the field at the
top right corner of the Application tool bar and clicking the adjoining arrow button
If you are maintaining a new GL-MIS Linkage, click new icon. The ‘GL MIS Linkages’ screen will
be displayed without any values.
5.2.1 Operations on GL MIS Linkages Record
On an existing GL MIS Linkages record, you can perform any of the following operations (if any
icon is disabled in the application toolbar, it means that the function is not allowed for the record):
Amend the details
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Authorize the addition or amendment of a record
Copy the details record to another
Close the record
Reopen the record
Print the details of a record
Delete the addition of a record
Refer to the manual on common procedures for details of these operations.
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6.
6.1
GL Report Classification on MIS Class
Introduction
In order to manage cumbersome information, you can classify it under broad heads called
classes. An MIS Class is an entity based on which you can classify information relating to
customer and internal general ledgers. Based on your requirement, you can categorize
information under MIS classes. Each class is assigned a code based on which you can retrieve
information.
A class can have several categories under it, for example, under a class called business segment
you can have further sub-classifications represented by categories, like, big business, small-scale
industries, business for charity etc. This classification into MIS classes helps to manage efficiently
information related to GLs.
Example
Requirement:
Assume you want to have a consolidated report of all the loans disbursed from your bank. You also want to
classify the loans into short term, medium term, and long term loans.
However, for information management purposes you want to further classify information of these GLs and
sub-ledgers based on:
The type of customer to whom the loan disbursed are categorized, could be:

Individual

Corporate

Banks and

Financial Institutions
The industry to which the customer belongs, for instance,

Fisheries

Agriculture

Manufacturing

Software
The aim is to see that the GL structure does not become unwieldy and difficult to work with.
Solution
You can set up a GL called Loans. All loans disbursed from your bank will be consolidated at this GL. You
should further set up sub-GLs to classify loans into short term, medium term, and long term loans.
We have already defined two GL levels. Instead of adding more GLs and making the structure complex, you
can use the MIS class categorization to further classify information.
Therefore, you should set up two MIS classes called Customer Type and Industry type. You can have the
MIS Codes Individuals, Banks, Corporate, Financial Institutions reporting to the class Customer Type. You
can associate the MIS codes, Fisheries, Agriculture, Manufacturing, and Software to the class Industry
Type.
This helps simplify the GL structure of the bank and serves the purpose of providing you the classified
information that you require.
MIS classes can be created only at the Head Office of your bank.
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In order to maintain MIS classes, you need to invoke the ‘MIS Class Maintenance’ screen by
typing ‘GLDCLASS’ in the field at the top right corner of the Application tool bar and clicking on
the adjoining arrow button. In this screen, you can define various categories based on which
reports on general ledgers should be classified. To maintain details of a new MIS class, click new
icon
Here you can maintain the following details:
MIS class
In Oracle FLEXCUBE, each MIS class that you maintain is identified by a unique nine-character
code called a Class Code. You can follow your own convention for devising this code.
Description
You can specify a short description that will enable you to identify the MIS class quickly. The
short description that you specify is for information purposes only and will not be printed on any
customer correspondence.
MIS Type
An important detail in defining an MIS class is to specify the type of class that you are creating.
The MIS class type identifies the basic nature of the class. In Oracle FLEXCUBE you can set up
the following type of MIS classes:
Transaction class — A transaction class refers to all transactions that have taken place
through any of the front-end modules like foreign exchange, money market etc. Customer
Class relates to customer accounts.
Customer class — Select this option if you are defining a customer-based classification.
Composite class — Choose this option to indicate that the MIS class can be used both at
customer definition and at the time of processing a transaction.
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Fund class — Refer to the Core Services User manual for details on setting up a Fund
MIS class
This is the basic feature of a class and will determine the type of MIS codes that can constitute
the class. For each of these MIS types you can create a maximum of ten classes.
Mandatory
Using this field, you can indicate whether entering an MIS code is mandatory for a particular MIS
class or not. Whenever any transaction is stored, the system checks if an MIS code is supplied
for this MIS class invoked in the transaction.
MIS Codes
Under a class, you can indicate the sub-divisions that should be reported under the class. Each of
the sub-classes is given unique code identifiers.
The MIS codes that you associate with a class will fall under the class at the time of reporting or
consolidation.
Click add icon to associate an MIS code to a class. To remove an MIS class from the list, place
your cursor in that row and click delete icon.
The MIS codes that you associate will depend on the Type of MIS Class that you are creating.
While setting up the details of a customer, you can associate the customer to a customer type
MIS Code. Therefore the set up serves more for management purposes and makes the
management of GLs simple and easy.
Saving the record
Click save icon to save the record. Click delete icon to exit without saving the details that you
entered. An MIS Class that you have created will be available for use only after it has been
authorized by a user bearing another ID.
Similarly, you cannot make any modifications to a Class or Category until the previous
modification made, has been authorized.
After you have made the required entries, click ‘Exit’ button to exit the screen. You will be
returned to the Application Browser.
6.2
Maintaining GL Branch Parameters
You can maintain branch level parameters that govern the processing of GL in a particular branch
of your bank through the General Ledger Branch Parameters screen. You can invoke the
‘General Ledger Branch Parameters Maintenance’ screen by typing ‘GLDBRPRM’ in the field at
the top right corner of the Application tool bar and clicking the adjoining arrow button.
The General Ledger Branch Parameter screen will be displayed.
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You will need to maintain the following branch details:
6.2.1.1 Defining Branch Identification Details
Branch Code
In Oracle FLEXCUBE, each branch of your bank is identified by a unique three-character code
called the branch code. This code will be displayed upon invoking the screen.
Description
The description of the branch will be displayed by default when the screen is invoked. You can
also specify the name that identifies the branch.
6.2.1.2 Defining Batch Processing Details
You can define Batch Processing Details in way detailed below.
MIS Average Balance Retention Days
The MIS average balance details will be retained in the system only for those numbers of days
you mention in this field. The Retention day is entered always in terms of days and is greater than
the system date.
General Ledger Average Balance Retention Days
The GL average balance details will be retained in the system only for those numbers of days you
mention in this field. The Retention day is entered always in terms of days and is greater than the
system date.
When a GL-MIS average balance report is requested for a date beyond the retention date,
the system will display an error message stating that the data is not available.
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Account Statement Retention Days
The Customer Account Statistics will be retained in the system only for those numbers of days
you mention in this field. Specify the retention days in terms of days and which is greater than the
system date.
All records older than the period that you specify are purged as part of the purge process. The
purge process should be initiated manually. The current period data is not purged.
General Ledger MIS Process Days
Those events, which have to be triggered automatically, will be processed accordingly during
batch process. You have the option to specify whether the batch process should be processed as
part of the EOD process till the next working date - 1 day or not.
Check the box to indicate that the processing has to be done till the next working date - 1 day.
Leave the box unchecked to indicate otherwise.
General Ledger Average Balance Process Days
Computation of Average Balance can be based on the Next Working Day-1 or System Date. If the
average balance calculation basis is NWD-1, the balances of holidays are included in the
previous working day. If the calculation basis were System Date, the balances of holidays are
included on the next working day provided the next working day is in the same period. If the basis
is System Date but the next working day is in the next period, the holidays are considered during
the current run.
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6.3
Maintaining GL Class
You can group GL charts of accounts that belong to the particular business entities through the
‘General Ledger Class Maintenance’ screen. You can invoke the ‘General Ledger Branch
Parameters Maintenance’ screen by typing ‘STDGLCMT’ in the field at the top right corner of the
Application tool bar and clicking the adjoining arrow button.
GL Class Code
Specify the unique code given to the specific group of GLs. You can enter a maximum of 3
alphanumeric characters.
GL Class Name
Specify the GL Class Code name. You can enter a maximum of 255 alphanumeric characters.
GL Code
Specify the GL code. The adjoining list displays all the GL codes maintained in the system. You
can choose the appropriate one.
GL Description
The system displays the GL account description.
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7.
7.1
Enterprise GL Integration
Introduction
Oracle FLEXCUBE when deployed in a bank as a product processor allows extraction of
accounting data from its core GL system and mapping of the same to an enterprise GL which is
external to the system. Oracle FLEXCUBE GL collates the accounting entries from all the
modules within Oracle FLEXCUBE and transmits the relevant information to the Data Extraction
layer. This layer further interfaces with the external adapter which processes the data as per the
requirements of the external GL and transmits the same to it.
7.2
Enterprise GL Extraction Infrastructure
Data extraction process is an End of Day process which is executed during the End of Financial
Input stage. In this stage the system consolidates the accounting entries from different modules
and passes them on to the extraction layer.
Accounting entries related to revaluation and the year end profit and loss transfer are not included
in the data extraction process. All the other accounting entries are transmitted.
After the data extraction is complete, a notification is triggered in Oracle FLEXCUBE to indicate
that the data is ready to be processed by the Adapter Layer. On receiving this notification the
Adapter Layer would start process the accounting data provided by the extraction layer,
according to the requirement of the enterprise GL.
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7.2.1 Maintaining Enterprise GL Parameters
Enterprise GL parameters can be captured in the ‘Enterprise GL Parameters’ screen .This is a
head office (HO) level maintenance screen where only one set of Enterprise GL Parameters is
allowed. Hence, this screen allows you to maintain only one record at the HO Branch level.
You can invoke the ‘Enterprise GL Parameters’ screen by typing ‘EGDGLPRM’ in the field at the
top right corner of the Application tool bar and clicking the adjoining arrow button.
The following information can be captured in this screen.
HO Branch
Head Office branch code is defaulted to this field. You can not modify the value.
Reversal Indicator
In cases where Enterprise GL systems are not able to accept negative numbers in the amount
field, the reversal entries will be handled by flipping the accounting entry indicator (Dr/Cr) and
always quoting an absolute number in the amount fields. Reversal Indicator provides an option to
choose among flipping the accounting entry indicator or providing negative amounts.
Consider Position Accounting
Choose this option if you want the position accounting entries to be included for reporting.
Bank Level Consol Handoff
If you choose this option, the handoff creation process will be triggered only after the data
extraction is completed in all the branches.
Data extraction in Oracle FLEXCUBE will always be performed at branch level.
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Default Transaction Code
Specify the transaction code that should be used to handle report accounting entries when there
is a change in the customer account reporting GL. This change could be due to current balance
movement or account status change or reporting GL maintenance change.
A brief description of the chosen transaction code is displayed alongside.
External Suspense GL
During data extraction the system validates whether the accounting entries posted to the GLs are
valid or not based on the branch and currency restrictions specified in the EGL Master screen. In
case such violations are found the system will have to post those accounting entries in a separate
suspense GL.
You can specify the suspense GL that should be used to report such accounting entries, here
This should be a valid external GL.
You can select the appropriate suspense GL from the adjoining option list which displays all the
GLs defined in the ‘EGL Master’ screen.
7.2.2 Specifying Enterprise GL Mapping Parameters
You can map different combinations like the GL code and currency in Oracle FLEXCUBE to a GL
in the Enterprise GL system. These parameters can be maintained for a given effective date and
any modification made will be effective from corresponding business date. Change in the
mapping will not have any effect on the historical information that has been already extracted or
handed off.
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You can invoke the ‘Enterprise GL Mapping Parameters’ screen by typing ‘EGDMAPRM’ in the
field at the top right corner of the Application tool bar and clicking the adjoining arrow button.
Mapping parameters can be chosen as any of the following fields:
Effective Date
The date from which mapping is effective is displayed here. This field is always defaulted to the
application date and you can not change it.
7.2.2.1 Specifying Mapping Parameters
Branch Code
Check this option if you wish to include branch as on of the mapping parameters
Transaction MIS
The system displays all the transaction MIS classes defined in Oracle FLEXCUBE. However only
the ones that have been defined as ‘mandatory’ in the MIS Class Maintenance screen will be
enabled. Choose the class that you want to include in the mapping parameters.
Customer MIS
The system displays all the customer MIS classes defined in Oracle FLEXCUBE. However only
the ones that have been defined as ‘mandatory’ in the MIS Class Maintenance screen will be
enabled. Choose the class that you want to include in the mapping parameters
Composite MIS
The system displays all the composite MIS classes defined in Oracle FLEXCUBE. However only
the ones that have been defined as ‘mandatory’ in the MIS Class Maintenance screen will be
enabled. Choose the class that you want to include in the mapping parameters
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7.2.3 Defining Enterprise GL Master
You can define External GLs for a combination of Oracle FLEXCUBE attributes in the ‘EGL
Master’ screen. This maintenance is effective date based and any modification made to the
existing data will be effective from the date of modification. This screen is also a Head Office
function.
You can invoke the ‘Enterprise GL Master Maintenance’ screen by typing ‘EGDEGMST’ in the
field at the top right corner of the Application tool bar and clicking the adjoining arrow button.
Effective Date
The application date of the Head Office is defaulted here on creation of any new record or
modification to the existing data.
GL Code
Specify the Oracle FLEXCUBE GL Code which should be mapped to the External GL. The
adjoining option list displays all the GL codes maintained in Oracle FLEXCUBE. You can choose
the appropriate one.
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Enterprise GL
Enter a GL code to which you wish to map a Oracle FLEXCUBE GL. You can specify a GL
maintained in the Enterprise GL system or a GL code to represent suspense GL (for posting
violated accounting entries).
Refer the section titled ‘External Suspense GL’ under ‘Maintaining Enterprise GL’ Parameters for
further details on violated accounting entries.
Currency
Choose the currency that should be mapped along with the chosen Oracle FLEXCUBE GL to the
External GL. The adjoining option list displays all the currency codes maintained in Oracle
FLEXCUBE. You can choose the appropriate one. You can also choose or the wildcard ‘***’.
7.2.4 Specifying Values for Mapping Parameters
Here you can select different MIS codes for the relevant MIS classes to be mapped to the
External GL Code.
Branch Code
Select the appropriate branch code from the adjoining option list which displays all the branch
codes defined in the system.
Transaction MIS
The system displays all the transaction MIS codes for the relevant transaction MIS classes
defined in Oracle FLEXCUBE. You need to specify the appropriate MIS code against every MIS
class listed. The adjoining option list displays all the MIS codes coming under the MIS class. Only
the MIS classes selected in the ‘Enterprise GL Mapping Parameters’ screen will be enabled for
selection.
Customer MIS
The system displays all the customer MIS codes for the relevant transaction MIS classes defined
in Oracle FLEXCUBE. You need to specify the appropriate MIS code against every MIS class
listed. The adjoining option list displays all the MIS codes coming under the MIS class. Only the
MIS classes selected in the ‘Enterprise GL Mapping Parameters’ screen will be enabled for
selection.
Composite MIS
The system displays all the composite MIS codes for the relevant transaction MIS classes defined
in Oracle FLEXCUBE. You need to specify the appropriate MIS code against every MIS class
listed. The adjoining option list displays all the MIS codes coming under the MIS class. Only the
MIS classes selected in the ‘Enterprise GL Mapping Parameters’ screen will be enabled for
selection.
7.2.4.1 Specifying Restrictions
Posting Allowed
By default this option will be selected. Uncheck this option if you want to impose a restriction.
Branch Allowed/Disallowed
From the set of available branches, you can maintain a list of Branches which are either allowed
or disallowed for the external GL.
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Select the required branch from the option list. You can add additional branches by clicking add
icon.
Accounting entries can be posted to this GL only from the branches selected here.
Currencies Allowed/Disallowed
From the set of available currencies, you can maintain a list of currencies which are either
allowed or disallowed for the external GL.
Select the required currency from the option list. You can add additional currencies by clicking
add icon.
Accounting entries can be posted to this GL only in the currencies selected here.
7.2.5 Data Extraction Processing
Information mapping and data extraction can be performed using a batch process. This batch
process should be triggered during End of Financial Input stage in EOD. This process will contain
two major portions to it - one, to handle accounting entries to internal type GLs and the second to
handle accounting entries to customer accounts and building fictitious accounting entries to
customer GLs in order to represent the balance movement when ever there is a change in
reporting GL mapped to them.
You can also invoke this batch by typing ‘EGBEGLEX’ in the field at the top right corner of the
Application tool bar and clicking the adjoining arrow button.
7.2.5.1 Identification of Internal GL’s
System will pick up the values of different attributes defined to be mapped to an External GL for
all the accounting entries posted to Internal GLs. Then the External GL Code will be identified
using these attributes. Failure to identify an External GL will terminate the process. Identified
External GL for each accounting entry will logged in an intermediary data store.
You can run this process as an intra-day job to reduce the processing time required during End of
Day.
7.2.5.2 Identification of Customer Accounts & Customer GL’s
Identification of reporting Customer GL for a Customer Account requires the closing balance in
the customer account. Since account balances are reconciled at EOD, this process relating to
entries to Customer should be run only during End of Financial Input window. As a first step, the
system will identify the reporting Customer GL for each Customer Account and the External GL
mapped to such a Customer GL. It will also identify the corresponding Oracle CCID mapped.
If there is a change in the reporting GL the system will automatically create fictitious accounting
entries to Customer GL to report the balance movement.
The following example illustrate this process
Example:
Customer Account: CustAC007
Cr GL Mapped to ‘CustAC007’: CrGL000
Dr GL Mapped to ‘CustAC007’: DrGL000
Closing balance in ‘CustAC007’ on 11/Oct/2006: -750 INR (reporting GL will be DrGL000)
Closing balance in ‘CustAC007’ on 12/Oct/2006: 2500 INR (reporting GL will be CrGL000)
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On 12/Oct/2006, apart from that day’s accounting entries posted to ‘CustAC007’, system will also report the
following fictitious accounting entries to Enterprise GL system.
12/Oct/2006
Dr
DrGL000
-750 INR
12/Oct/2006
Cr
CrGL000
-750 INR
Now, assuming closing balance in ‘CustAC007’ on 13/Oct/2006 as -220 (reporting GL will be DrGL000),
fictitious entries to be reported on 13/Oct/2006 will be:
13/Oct/2006
Dr
CrGL000
2500 INR
13/Oct/2006
Cr
DrGL000
2500 INR
7.2.6 Handoff Generation
A daily handoff data store will be provided which would contain all the basic accounting entry
related information to the external GL mapped. While providing this data system will identify
whether there are any violations to the restrictions defined in the EGL Master screen. If found
these accounting entries will be reported to using the External Suspense GL maintained in the
‘Enterprise GL Parameters’ screen.
Successful completion of this process will mark the end of the process.
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8.
Maintaining GL Balance Transfer
You can maintain sweep instructions for transferring balance from branch “Stamp duty payable
GL” to the head office GL. You can maintain it through ‘GL Balance Transfer Maintenance’
screen. You can invoke this screen by typing ‘STDGLTRF’ in the field at the top right corner of the
Application tool bar and clicking the adjoining arrow button.
Specify the following details:
Branch Code
Specify the current branch code from where the sweep would take place.
Group Code
Specify the code to group the GL’s to be transferred.
Description
Enter the description for the group.
Transaction Code
Select a transaction code to be used for posting transfer entries from the list of values provided.
From GL
Select the GL code to transfer funds from the list of values provided.
This is the inter branch GL used for parking stamp duty collected.
To Branch
Select the branch code from the list of values provided to transfer the balances.
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To GL
Select the GL code from the list of values provided to be used for posting sweep entries by the
system.
After this batch is executed, the balance on the source GL (stamp duty payable GL) is 0 for
the branch. The system then transfers the balances of GL in each currency to the target GL in
head office in the same currency.
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Balance Transfer Batch GL
GL balance transfer batch posts transfer entries and is scheduled as part of AEOD post EOTI. It
sweeps the balance if any from the branch GL’s to the head office GL. If the branch GL has
balances in multiple currencies, system transfers the balance for each currency to the head office
GL in the same currency. When this batch is executed, system checks for any sweep instruction
maintenance available for the current branch and then generates and post entries to sweep
balance from branch GL to head office GL.
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9.
9.1
Error Codes and Messages
Error Messages
Error
Code
Message
FMS-0001
Duplicate FMS value
FMS-0002
Mapping already exists
GL-0001
Line code cannot be null
GL-0002
Line code length cannot be less than three characters
GL-0003
Line description cannot null
GL-0004
Cannot change the line type
GL-0005
The line type of the parent does not match with that of the
line
GL-0006
The category of the parent does not match with that of the
child
GL-0007
$1 is the consolidation point for $2
GL-0008
Record already exists
GL-0009
First authorize the lines above the current line in the
hierarchy
GL-0010
Enter valid parent
GL-0011
Mandatory fields not input
GL-0012
The length of the GL code cannot be lesser than three
characters
GL-0013
Duplicate GL code, customer account or account short code
GL-0014
The GL code does not match with the GL Mask
GL-0015
Check digit could not be generated for the current GL code
GL-0016
The scope of currency restriction cannot be reduced
GL-0017
The scope of the branch restriction cannot be reduced
GL-0018
A head office or branch Restriction can be modified to both
only
GL-0019
Record already exists
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Error
Code
Message
GL-0020
Some branches are not at End of Day
GL-0021
Closure disallowed. Customer Accounts linked to the GL at
following nodes: $1
GL-0022
The type does not allow Modification
GL-0023
Balance for the current GL is not zero at following nodes: $1
GL-0024
First authorize the GL above the current GL in the hierarchy
GL-0025
Enter the currency
GL-0026
Current GL is a parent of some open GLs
GL-0027
The parent GL for the current GL has been modified to a leaf
- cannot open this GL
GL-0028
Spaces not allowed in GL code
GL-0029
Length of the field cannot be less than three characters
GL-0030
A maximum of ten customer classes and ten transaction
classes allowed
GL-0031
A maximum of two classes can be maintained for budget for
each customer/transaction class
GL-0032
Input mandatory
GL-0033
Gl_Code cannot be null
GL-0034
MIS_Class cannot be null
GL-0035
Invalid record
GL-0036
The Parent_GL for the current GL is unauthorized - cannot
open this GL
GL-0037
The Parent_GL for the current GL is closed - cannot open
this GL
GL-0038
Before running the consolidated report run the GL report for
the branch - $1
GL-0039
Could not generate the report
GL-0040
Failed to perform the consolidation for the nodes
GL-0041
GL code already used
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Error
Code
Message
GL-0042
Failed to update the Balances for the customer GLs
GL-0043
Budget name cannot be empty
GL-0044
Invalid budget description
GL-0045
Financial year cannot be empty
GL-0046
Period code cannot be empty
GL-0047
M I S class cannot be empty
GL-0048
M I S code cannot be empty
GL-0049
Currency code cannot be empty
GL-0050
Amount cannot be empty
GL-0051
Branch cannot be empty
GL-0052
No records available
GL-0053
GL code cannot be empty
GL-0054
All (AL) option cannot be selected, when a currency has
been already selected
GL-0055
Input a valid date
GL-0056
Spaces not allowed in report name
GL-0057
Failed to perform consolidation
GL-0058
Spaces are not allowed in MIS class
GL-0059
Spaces are not allowed in MIS code
GL-0060
Change of MIS type is not allowed
GL-0061
Cannot delete the last detail record
GL-0062
Detail records cannot be empty
GL-0063
Duplicate record
GL-0064
All (AL) option has been selected, other currencies not
allowed
GL-0065
Enter a valid category
GL-0066
Enter a valid category group
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Error
Code
Message
GL-0067
Cannot change the category of the line
GL-0068
Current line is a parent of some open lines
GL-0070
The parent line for the current line is closed - cannot open
this line
GL-0071
The parent line for the current line is unauthorized - cannot
reopen this line
GL-0072
Budgeting is being done for this GL. Closure disallowed
GL-0073
Reporting is being done for this GL. Closure disallowed
GL-0074
MIS update failed
GL-0075
Budget update failed
GL-0076
This report is being run by another user. Please wait
GL-0077
Type not allowed for customer GL
GL-0078
Type not allowed for internal GL
GL-0079
Category not allowed for customer GL
GL-0080
Financial year/period code cannot be null
GL-0081
Date cannot be null
GL-0082
Report name mandatory
GL-0083
Days cannot be greater than 27 if months present
GL-0084
Days cannot be greater than 364 if years present
GL-0085
Months cannot be greater than 11 if years present
GL-0086
Tenor cannot be negative
GL-0087
Period code cannot be null
GL-0088
Financial year cannot be null
GL-0089
Cannot change leaf to a node
GL-0090
Do you want to close the financial year?
GL-0091
Do you want to close the period?
GL-0092
Could not close financial year
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Error
Code
Message
GL-0093
Could not close period
GL-0094
Enter the financial year before the period
GL-0095
Cannot use this MIS class for further allocation order
GL-0096
Interbranch GL - only one MIS group allowed
GL-0097
Mandatory field MIS group cannot be null
GL-0098
A position GL or position eqv. GL cannot be defined as node
GLs.
GL-0099
This process can be run only between end of financial input
and End of Day
GL-0100
This process has already been run
GL-BUD01
Period code is not maintained for the budget
GL-BUD02
The MIS class 1 for the budget is not maintained
GL-BUD03
The MIS code 1 for the budget is not maintained
GL-BUD04
The MIS class 2 for the budget is not maintained
GL-BUD05
The MIS code 2 for the budget is not maintained.
GL-CPT01
This combination of product, allocation code, transaction
type and MIS code for the given financial cycle and period
code is already maintained
GL-CPT02
Product or allocation code or transaction type cannot be null
GL-CPT03
Both cost code and cost per transaction cannot be null
GL-CPT04
Financial cycle or period code cannot be null
GL-CPT05
The selected period code is not for the chosen financial
cycle
GL-CPT06
Segment code cannot be null
GL-CTG1
Asset accounts should be of debit category
GL-CTG2
Liability accounts should be of credit category
GL-CTG3
Income accounts should be of credit category
GL-CTG4
Expense accounts should be of debit category
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Error
Code
Message
GL-CTG5
Invalid FMS account code
GLDEBUG
1
GLFINCL001
Finance closure successful
GLFINCL002
Finance closure unsuccessful
GL-FMS1
The legal vehicle of the FMS account is not valid
GL-FMS2
Incorrect length of FMS account
GL-FMS3
The currency is not valid
GL-FMS4
The FMS account exists
GL-FMS5
The GL code is a new GL. Do you want to auto-maintain it?
GL-FMS6
The RC code is new. Do you want to auto-maintain it?
GLFMUP001
Failed to get commit frequency for process ZDWU
GLFMUP002
No data found in cotms_source_pref for source $1
GLFMUP003
Failed to get upload ID for process ZDWU
GLFMUP004
Failed to translate external entity $1 for $2 - check if it is
authorized/open or not maintained
GLFMUP005
GL - $1 closed
GLFMUP006
GL - $1 unauthorized
GLFMUP007
$1 duplicate GL
GLFMUP008
$1 - failed to insert in GLTMS_GLMASTER
GLFMUP009
$1 - failed to insert in STTBS_ACCOUNT
GL-
MIS group - $1 closed
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Error
Code
Message
FMUP010
GLFMUP011
MIS group - $1 unauthorized
GLFMUP012
Failed to get the Maximum class number for transaction
class
GLFMUP013
RC01 - failed to insert into GLTMS_MIS_Class
GLFMUP014
$1 - RC01 - failed to insert into GLTMS_MIS_Code
GLFMUP015
$1 - $2 - failed to insert into GLTMS_GL_MIS_Group
GLFMUP016
Failed to insert in GLTBS_FMS_Details
GLFMUP017
Record already exists in GLTBS_FMS_Details
GLFMUP018
$1 - $2 - failed to get start and end date
GLFMUP019
EOM balances not sent by FMS
GLFMUP020
AVG balances not sent by FMS
GLFMUP021
LCY balance not sent but the currency is local currency
GLFMUP022
No MIS head maintained for transaction code $1
GLFMUP023
$1 - MIS group not maintained
GLFMUP024
Failed to insert in MITBS_Class_Mapping
GLFMUP025
Failed to update processed flag
GLFMUP026
General failure in FMS upload process
GLFMUP027
No records to process
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Error
Code
Message
GLFMUP028
The record is already processed
GLFMUP029
$1 cannot be null
GLFMUP030
FMS upload successful
GLFMUP031
Failed to insert in GLTBS_FMS_Master
GLFMUP032
FMS and ISO currency should be same
GLFMUP035
Account code invalid
GL-GRP01
Source group name cannot be null
GL-GRP02
Source group name should be unique
GL-GRP03
Please maintain at least one GL code for this group
GL-POS01
Currency field cannot be null
GL-POS02
At least one of the fields (position GL or position eqv. GL)
has to be populated
GL-POS03
GL is linked for positioning in GL maintenance - cannot be
closed
GL-POS04
GL is linked for positioning in currency maintenance - cannot
be closed
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10.
Glossary
10.1 General Ledger Terms
The following terms have been used in this manual.
GL
This module forms the single repository in Oracle FLEXCUBE for financial information and
accounting for all types of accounts held by the bank. Balances, turnovers and so on for any
account or type of account can be maintained and consolidated.
Leaf GL
A GL that reports to a node GL and is not itself reported to by any other GL.
Node GL
A GL that reports to a main head GL above it and is itself reported to by leaf GLs’ under it.
MIS Class
An identifier for the kind of entity that is identified as the basis for MIS reporting
LCY
The local currency in which profit and loss entries can be posted to a GL. Reporting will obtain
details in this currency.
FCY
A foreign currency in which record of the profit and loss entries posted to a GL can be
maintained.
Chart of Accounts
The structure or framework in which the different GL’s are maintained, in the bank
Contingent Asset
One of the categories of head GLs that can be maintained in the structure, for the posting of
entries related to contingent assets.
Contingent Liability
One of the categories of head GLs that can be maintained in the structure, for the posting of
entries related to contingent liabilities.
Position Accounting
Maintaining the position of a foreign currency, by setting up a Position GL and a Position
Equivalent GL for each foreign currency
Reporting Lines
Unique codes assigned to each financial information head required for the Head Office and
Central Bank. Reporting lines can be associated with the appropriate GL’s that would report to
them.
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11. Reports
11.1 Introduction
Several reports giving information on the financial details of the bank, like the balance sheet,
profit and loss statement, cash flow, etc. can be generated in Oracle FLEXCUBE. Many of these
reports are available in the standard format, and can be readily generated. Many more can be
generated to suit your needs through Business Objects, the Report Generator for Oracle
FLEXCUBE.
You can generate the following reports for the GL module:
Accounting Journal report
Trial balance report
Report on GL Balances in Local Currency
Multi-currency P and L report
Consolidated GL report
Daily Average Balance report
General Ledger Periodical Average Balance report
General Ledger Report
Cash Flow Report
Currency-wise Cash Flow Report
Uncollected Funds Repot
Currency Position Report
GL Summary Report
11.2 Accounting Journal Report
The Accounting Journal contains the accounting entries passed for transactions processed during
the day. The journal contains all information related to transactions like account number,
currency, transaction code, transaction description, etc.
The accounting journal can be generated at any time during the day. Ideally, after End of
Transactions Input (EOTI), the user who made the inputs should take a print out of the
transaction journal for the relevant transactions, put it along with the vouchers or tickets based on
which the inputs were made, and hand them over to the authorizer. The authorizer can then
check the entries passed for each transaction and then authorize the transaction. Oracle
FLEXCUBE provides you with many options to enable you to generate the journal for specific
entries.
This would be a convenient way of checking out details for the authorizer. However, details of the
entries are available for the authorizer on-line during authorization also.
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Mandatory generation of the report during End of Day
During end of day, after all the automatic processing for the day has been completed, you have to
generate the transaction journal for all transactions during the day. This should be irrespective of
whether the journal was generated during the day for specific transactions. This report can be
spooled and stored in a file so that it can be retrieved later on. This information may come in
handy at a later point in time, even though there are other ways of retrieving past data.
Besides, you cannot proceed with the end of day processing for the day without generating the
transaction journal for all transactions processed during the day.
11.2.1 Selection Options
By default, the transaction journal will be generated for all transactions processed during the day.
However, you can customize the report to contain details of transactions satisfying certain criteria:
Module
You can generate the report for all modules or for a single module. To generate the report for a
single module click on Single and from the option-list choose the module that you want to
generate the report for.
If you want the report to be generated for all modules choose ‘All’.
Product
For a particular module(s) you can generate a product wise report. To generate a product wise
report for a specific module, click on Single and choose the product from the option list. If you
want the generated report to contain details of all the products, click ‘All’.
User
You can generate the report for transactions entered by a particular user or for all users. To
generate the report for entries made by a particular user, click on Single and choose a User ID
from the option list. Click ‘All’ to generate a report containing entries made by all users.
Example
You want to generate a report for accounting entries passed by a person with the User ID GAIU000. At the
User option if you specify the ID GAIU000 only those entries passed by the person with that User Id will be
generated in the report.
Specifying the batch numbers
Teller and journal entries are passed into batches. You can generate the report for specific batch
numbers only, a range of them, or all of them. If you need to generate the report for a range,
enter the ‘From’ and ‘To’ teller or journal entry batch for which you want details.
Indicating transaction preferences
Click on All if you want to generate the report for all transactions made during the day.
Click on This Branch if you want to generate the report for all transactions involving
accounts of your branch only.
Click on Posted to Other Branch if the report has to be generated for transactions
involving entries posted to accounts in other branches.
Click on This branch acted as bridge if you want details of those transactions, in which
your branch acted as an intermediary in an inter-branch transaction.
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Print Copies
Once the details of a transaction have been printed in the journal, they will be marked off as
printed. However, you have the option to print these details again.
However, at End of Day, it is recommended that you take the journal for all the transactions,
irrespective of whether their details were printed during the day.
You can invoke the screen by typing the code ‘ACRJRNAL’ in the field at the top right corner of
the Application tool bar and click on the adjoining arrow button.
11.2.2 Contents of the Report
The report options that you select while generating the report will be printed at the beginning of
the report.
Body of the report
The transactions processed during the day in each module will be reported in the alphabetic order
of the module code. Totals will be provided in local currency for each module.
Reference
number
This is the reference number of the contract involved in the
transaction being reported.
Account
number
This is the account number for which the accounting entry
was passed.
Account
branch
This is the branch to which the account belongs.
Account
description
This is the description of the account.
Currency
This is the SWIFT code of the account currency.
Dr/Cr
This indicates whether the transaction was a debit or credit.
Transaction
Code
Every accounting entry in Oracle FLEXCUBE involves a
transaction code. The transaction code describes the nature
of the entry for which you are generating the report.
Transaction
description
This is the description assigned to the transaction code.
Value date
The accounting entry was passed on this date.
FCY amount
If the transaction is in a foreign currency, the amount
expressed in the foreign currency is displayed.
Exchange rate
If the transaction currency is different from the local currency,
the exchange rate used is displayed.
LCY amount
This is the local currency equivalent of the amount involved in
the transaction.
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11.3 Trial Balance Report
The trial balance report gives details of all transactions involving a particular account. You can
generate this report only after End of Financial Input is marked for the day.
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You can invoke the screen by typing the code ‘GLRPTBAL’ in the field at the top right corner of
the Application tool bar and click on the adjoining arrow button.
Since there are no selection options available for this report, click ‘OK’ button to generate the
report. Click ‘Exit’ button if you do not want to generate the report.
11.3.1 Contents of the Report
Apart from the header the following information is provided for each account.
Body of the report
The report is sorted in the alphabetic order of the accounts and GLs involved in transactions
during the day. This is in contrast with the transaction journal report that reports the transactions
during the day, sorted on the module. The trial balance report gives the list of accounts or GLs
involved in transactions, in any module.
The following details will be reported for each account:
Account number
This is the account number involved in the transactions
being reported.
Account currency
This is the currency of the account.
Fcy amount
If the account is in foreign currency, this is the
transaction amount in the foreign currency.
Lcy amount
This is the equivalent of the transaction amount in local
currency. The conversion is done at the rate used for the
transaction.
Batch number
If the transaction being reported was a teller or journal
entry, this is the batch into which the transaction was
posted.
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Current number
If the transaction being reported is a teller or journal
entry, this is the current number of the batch that is being
reported.
Transaction
reference number
This is the reference number of the transaction being
reported. It will be empty for a teller or voucher entry.
Period code
The period for which the transaction is being processed.
Current Balance
The current balance in the specific account
11.4 Multi-Currency P and L report
This is the multi-currency profit and loss report. It gives the latest balances in the income and
expense GLs.
The way in which the balances in different currencies for a GL are reported can be explained by
way of an example.
Example
In Greenville Global Bank, INCLCISSCM is an income account into which the issue commission of letters of
credit is credited, irrespective of the currency of the commission.
In the multi-currency profit and loss report, the commissions due to LCs in different currencies will be
reported. It could be something as follows:
LCs in USD
USD100000
LCs in GBP
GBP200000
LCs in DEM
DEM150000
The local currency equivalent of these amounts, along with the local currency totals for the GL, will be
provided. The currency conversion will be as of the date on which the income account was credited with the
commission amount.
Note: Typically in a bank, accruals are carried out at regular intervals, say monthly. It would be
ideal to generate the PnL report on a month-end after the accruals for the month have been
carried out. This would get the latest balances in the income and expense reports.
On any other day, this report will give the income and expense figures as of the date on which
accruals were done last.
11.4.1 Generating a Consolidated Report
You can indicate that the report should be consolidated across the branches as per the reporting
structure defined at your branch. If you choose to consolidate the balances (to recall, the GL
structure will be the same in all the branches in a reporting structure), you should also indicate
the date as of which the consolidation should be done.
This date assumes significance when the different branches in the reporting structure are on
different dates. In such a case, the consolidation should ideally be made as of the earliest of the
dates of the branches, or earlier. The report will be as of the date you enter here, for all branches
across which the balances are being consolidated.
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11.4.2 Generating the Balance Sheet or P n L Report for a Period in the Past
You can generate the report to retrieve the balance sheet or the P n L report for any date in the
past. Such a history report can be generated either for a past financial period or a financial year.
11.4.3 Selection options
You can generate the report for the following options.
Consolidation
You can indicate whether you want a report consolidated across the branches in the reporting
structure defined for your branch.
Past period and period code
Indicate that you want to generate the report for a period in the past, by highlighting this field.
Financial year
By choosing a past financial year, you can generate the report for that period.
You can invoke the screen by typing the code ‘GLRPGLCY’ in the field at the top right corner of
the Application tool bar and click on the adjoining arrow button.
11.4.4 Contents of the Report
The report options that you select while generating the report will be printed at the beginning of
the report. Apart from the header the following information is provided for each contract.
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Body of the report
CCY/GL
Code
This is the currency for which the balances are being reported. The
GL Code is the GL for which the balances are being reported.
When the contributions from contracts in a foreign currency are
reported, the local currency equivalent of the amounts is also
shown. The conversion rate would be the one that was used for the
transaction.
Description
This is the description of the GL Code for which the balances are
reported.
Debit
balance
For an expense GL, the debit balance will be reported in foreign
currency, followed by the local currency equivalent of the amount.
The conversion rate would be the one used for the transaction.
Credit
balance
For an income GL, the credit balance will be reported in foreign
currency, followed by the local currency equivalent of the amount.
The conversion rate would be the one used for the transaction.
Summation
Debit and credit totals will be provided for all categories of GL.
11.5 Daily Average Balance Report
In Oracle FLEXCUBE, the GL – MIS average balance report can be generated daily. It gives the
latest value date average balances or the book date average balances based on the option you
chose at the time of report generation. The report displays the average balance with branch code,
GL code, currency code, MIS class and MIS code. The report can be generated for All Customers
as well as Single Customer.
By defining GL reports with MIS linkages, you can generate a GL report in which the balances are
reported against the entities defined in the linkage. These reports help you group information
under different MIS entities. The following example illustrates this concept:
Example
In your chart of accounts, you would typically have specific GLs under which specific products are
processed. For example, you may have the following structure:
The asset GLs for various types of bills are as follows:
Advance under LCs
AS2202003
Bills purchased
AS2202004
Acceptance bills AS2202005
The income GLs for these types of bills are as follows:
Advance under LCs IN2202003
Bills purchased
IN2202004
Acceptance bills
IN2202005
All these GLs come under the purview of the MIS Class called the Business Segment.
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Now, if you generate a normal GL report for these GLs, the balances will be reported under the GLs,
separately. If an MIS Linkage report is defined, the information will be grouped based on the MIS Class you
specify during linkage. While defining this linkage, you would link all the six GLs, and indicate the MIS Class
as a Business Segment.
The GL report for these GLs would present a break-up of figures by the business segment.
While generating the GL report, you can indicate that an MIS Linkage report should be generated
instead of a normal report. The contents of the report will be the same as that of a normal GL
report, except for the break-up provided for each MIS Class.
It also includes the effects of revaluation and financial closure entries on the average balance.
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You can invoke the screen by typing the code ‘GLRISAVG’ in the field at the top right corner of
the Application tool bar and click on the adjoining arrow button.
11.5.1 Selection Options
You can generate the report for the following options:
Indicating the preference for GLs
You can generate the report for all GLs or for a GL. To generate the report for a single GL click
on Single and from the option list choose the GL that you want to generate the report for.
If you want the report to be generated for all GLs choose ‘All’.
Indicating the Currencies preference
To generate the report for a single currency click on Single and from the option list choose the
currency code that you want to generate the report for.
If you want the report to be generated for all currencies choose ‘All’.
Indicating the Customer criteria
To generate the report for a single customer click on Single and from the option list choose the
customer number that you want to generate the report for.
If you want the report to be generated for all customers choose ‘All’.
Defining the MIS Class criteria
To generate the report for a single MIS class click on Single and from the option list choose the
MIS class that you want to generate the report for.
If you want the report to be generated for all MIS class choose ‘All’.
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Specifying the date preference for generation of the report
You have the option to specify the date option for generating the report.
You can generate the report to reflect the average balance report for any date in the past.
However this date has to be within the retention date you have mentioned in the GL Branch
Parameters screen.
Select the value date button if you want to generate value date GL-MIS average balance report.
To generate book date GL-MIS average balance report, select book date button.
11.5.2 Contents of the Report
You can generate the GL-MIS average balance report for a single customer or for all customers
for a specific date till date. The system will generate the report based on the parameters specified
by you.
The contents of the daily average balance report are given below:
Header
The ‘Header’ carries the title of the report, branch code, branch date, user ID, module from which
the report has been generated, date and time at which the report has been generated and the
page number of the report.
Body
The report contains the average balance for financial year to date and period to date for the
foreign currency and the local currency. The average balance includes the effect of account
revaluation and financial closure entries for both book date and value date.
The value date average balance reflects adjustment due to back value entries in addition to
normal value date balance.
The book date average balance is based on the booking date and hence there is no adjustment.
The financial year ‘To date’ and period ‘To date’ average balance values are with respect to the
financial year and period code of the bank.
Each column in the report contains the following details:
Branch Code
The code that identifies the branch
GL Code
The code that identifies the general ledger
Currency
The currency
MTD LCY
Month to date local currency balance
MIS Class
The class of MIS
MIS Code
The code that identifies the MIS
MTD ACY
Month to date account currency balance
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Customer
Number
The CIF of the customer whose details are being
generated
YTD LCY
Year to date local currency balance
YTD ACY
Year to date account currency balance
11.6 General Ledger Periodical Average Balance
You can generate the average balance report from General Ledger module of Oracle
FLEXCUBE. This report gives you details of GL balance in both transaction currency and local
currency. You can set preferences as to generation of the report using ‘Reports – GL Average
Balance’ screen. To invoke the screen, type ‘GLRPAVG’ in the field at the top right corner of the
Application tool bar and click the adjoining arrow button.
11.6.1 Report Options
You can set the following preferences:
Financial Year – From Year
Specify the financial year. The system will generate the report for all financial years beginning
from the year specified here.
Financial Year – To Year
Specify the financial year. The system will generate the report for all financial years since the
‘From Year’ till the year specified here.
From Period
Specify the start date of the report period.
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To Period
Specify the end date of the report period.
Include Zero Balances
Check this option to include zero balances in the report.
Once you have captured the details, click OK button. The system will display the print options
screen. Set your preferences and click OK to print.
11.6.2 Contents of the Report
The contents of Account Structure report have been discussed under the following heads:
Header
The ‘Header’ carries the title of the report, branch code, branch date, user ID, module from which
the report has been generated, date and time at which the report has been generated and the
page number of the report.
Body
You can find the following details in the body of the report:
GL Code
The code that identifies the general ledger
Financial
Year
The financial year for which you require the general ledger
average balance
Period
Code
The code that identifies the period for which the details are
required
Currency
The code of the transaction currency
Ccy
Balance
The GL balance amount in terms of transaction currency
Lcy
Balance
The GL balance amount in terms of local currency
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11.6.3 General Ledger Report
The general ledger report displays credit and debit balances in various accounts maintained in
Oracle FLEXCUBE. You can set preferences as to generation of the report using ‘General Ledger
Report’ screen.
To invoke the screen, type ‘GLRPBAL’ in the field at the top right corner of the Application tool
bar and click the adjoining arrow button.
11.6.4 Report Option
You can set the following preferences for the report:
Report Branch
The system defaults report branch.
Report Name
Specify the name of the report. The option list displays all valid report names maintained in the
system. Choose the appropriate one.
From General Ledger
You can generate the report with details of a particular general ledger alone. The option list
displays all valid GL codes maintained in the system. Choose the appropriate one. If you do not
specify a GL code here, the system will generate the report for all general ledgers.
General Ledger MIS Break
If you check this option, the report will represent GL balances break-up details with corresponding
MIS codes. If you do not check this, the system will not generate the breakup in the report.
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Only Leaf General Ledger
Leaf general ledgers are maintained under Nod general ledgers. If you check this option, the
system will include only the Leaf general ledger details in the report. If you do not check this, the
report will be generated for the Leaf general ledger as well as the corresponding Nod general
ledgers.
Skip Zero Balances
Check this option to exclude details of zero balance general ledgers from the report. If you do not
check this option, the system will include details of zero balance general ledgers in the report.
Category
Specify the category to which the general ledger belongs. You can choose one of the following
categories from the dropdown list:
Asset
Liability
Expense
Income
Contingent asset
Contingent liability
Category Groups
Specify the category group. You can choose one of the following groups:
Asset / Liability
Income / Expense,
Contingence
Level
Chart of accounts have been grouped hierarchically under six levels. You can generate the report
for accounts that fall under a certain level of this hierarchical structure. Specify the level of
hierarchy.
Customer / Internal
Choose the general ledger types for which the report is being generated. You can choose one of
the following options:
Only customer general ledgers
Only internal general ledgers
Both
Past Period
Check this option to indicate that the report is being generated a period in the past.
Financial Year
Specify the financial year for which you are generating the report.
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Period Code
Period codes are maintained for each financial year. If this report is being generated for a
particular period within a financial year, specify the period code. The option list displays all valid
period codes maintained under the financial year selected above.
Consolidation
Check this option to generate a report that is consolidated across the branches in the reporting
structure defined for your branch.
Date
Specify the date of the report.
Once you have specified the details, click OK button. The system displays the print option screen.
Set your preferences as to printing the report and click OK button.
11.6.5 Contents of the Report
The contents of General Ledger report have been discussed under the following heads:
Header
The ‘Header’ carries the title of the report, branch code, branch date, financial year/period code,
user ID, module from which the report has been generated, date and time at which the report has
been generated and the page number of the report.
Body
You can find the following details in the body of the report:
GL/MIS
Code
The code that identifies the GL
Description
The description of the account
Debit
Balance
The debit balance in the selected account
Credit
Balance
The credit balance in the selected account
Total Real
Balance
and Euro
Eqv
The total real credit as well as debit balances and
equivalent values in terms of Euro
Total
Contingent
Balance
and Euro
Eqv.
The total contingent credit as well as debit balances and
equivalent values in terms of Euro
Grand
Total and
The grand total credit as well as debit balances and
equivalent values in terms of Euro
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Euro Eqv.
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11.7 Cash Flow Report
Cash flow report gives you details of inflow, outflow and the net inflow of cash for each product.
You can set preferences as to generation of this report using ‘Cash Flow Report’ screen.
To invoke the screen, type ‘GLRPCFLO’ in the field at the top right corner of the Application tool
bar and click the adjoining arrow button.
11.7.1 Report Options
You can set the following record preferences:
From Product
Specify the product code. The system will generate the report of cash flow from this product to
the product selected in ‘To Product’ field.
To Product
Specify the product code. The system will generate the report of cash flow to this product from
the product selected in ‘From Product’ field.
Report
Specify the name of the report. The option list displays all valid report names maintained in the
system. Choose the appropriate one.
Once you have specified the details, click OK button. The system displays the print options
screen. Set your preferences as to printing the report and click OK button.
11.7.2 Contents of the Report
The contents of cash flow report have been discussed under the following heads:
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Header
The ‘Header’ carries the title of the report, branch code, branch date, user ID, module from which
the report has been generated, date and time at which the report has been generated and the
page number of the report.
Body
You can find the following details in the body of the report:
Product
The product of which the details are generated
Currency
The corresponding currency for each product
Amount In
Inflow of cash for each product and the corresponding
currency
Amount
Out
Outflow of cash for each product and the corresponding
currency
Net Inflow
Net inflow for each product and the corresponding currency
Effective
Date
The effective date of the corresponding account
Euro Eqv.
The equivalent of each of the above values in terms of Euro
11.7.3 Cash Flow Summary Report
The Cash Flow summary report summarizes the details of cash flow for particular Accounts or
Account Classes.
Header
The Header carries the title of the report, information on the branch code, the ID of the user who
generated the report and the date and time at which it was generated.
Body
The report is sorted on the currency of the cash flow.
Currency
This is the S.W.I.F.T code of the contract currency.
Amount In
This is the amount credited into the account for the specific
period.
Amount
Out
This is the amount debited to the account during the specified
period.
Net Flow
This is the net amount available in the account for the
specified period.
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11.8 Currency-wise Cash Flow Report
Currency-wise Cash flow report gives you details of inflow, outflow and the net inflow of cash for
different currencies. You can set preferences as to generation of the report using ‘Currency-wise
Cash Flow Report’ screen.
To invoke the screen, type ‘GLRPNFLO’ in the field at the top right corner of the Application tool
bar and click the adjoining arrow button.
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11.8.1 Report Options
You can set the following record preference:
Report
Specify the name of the report. The option list displays all valid report names maintained in the
system. Choose the appropriate one.
Once you have specified the details, click OK button. The system displays the print option screen.
Set your preferences as to printing the report and click OK button.
11.8.2 Contents of the Report
The contents of cash flow report have been discussed under the following heads:
Header
The ‘Header’ carries the title of the report, branch code, branch date, user ID, module from which
the report has been generated, date and time at which the report has been generated and the
page number of the report.
Body
You can find the following details in the body of the report:
Currency
The currency for which the cash flow details are
generated
Amount
In
Inflow of cash for each currency
Amount
Out
Outflow of cash for each currency
Total for
Currency
Total inflow and outflow of cash for the specific
currency
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11.9 Uncollected Funds Report
You can set preferences as to generation of this report using ‘Uncollected Funds Report’ screen.
To invoke the screen, type ‘GLRPUNC’ in the field at the top right corner of the Application tool
bar and click the adjoining arrow button.
Once you have specified the details, click OK button. The system displays the print option screen.
Set your preferences as to printing the report and click OK button.
11.9.1 Contents of the Report
The contents of this report have been discussed under the following heads:
Header
The ‘Header’ carries the title of the report, consolidation status, financial year / period code,
indication as to whether the period is closed, the branch code, branch date, user ID, module from
which the report has been generated, date and time at which the report has been generated and
the page number of the report.
Body
You can find the following details in the body of the report:
GL / CCY
Code
The code of the GL whose details are displayed in the report
Description
The description
Uncollected
Amount
Uncollected amount from each GL
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11.10 Currency Position Report
You can set preferences as to generation of this report using ‘Currency Position Report’ screen.
To invoke the screen, type ‘GLRPCCY’ in the field at the top right corner of the Application tool
bar and click the adjoining arrow button.
The screen is as shown below:
Once you have specified the details, click OK button. The system displays the print option screen.
Set your preferences as to printing the report and click OK button.
11.10.1
Contents of the Report
The contents of this report have been discussed under the following heads:
Header
The ‘Header’ carries the title of the report, consolidation status, financial year / period code,
indication as to whether the period is closed, the branch code, branch date, user ID, module from
which the report has been generated, date and time at which the report has been generated and
the page number of the report.
Body
You can find the following details in the body of the report:
GL / CCY
Code
The code of the GL whose details are displayed in the report
Description
The description
Debit
The debit balances in terms of local currency as well as Euro
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Balance
Credit
Balance
The credit balances in terms of local currency as well as Euro
Currency
The currency
Currency
Description
Description of the currency
11.11 GL Summary Report
This is a summary report of transactions posted to asset and liability, income or expense GLs
defined at the product level. The transactions are grouped by GL types and the totals are
provided. This report is generated at EOD.
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11.11.1
Contents of the Report
The contents of the report are discussed under the following heads:
Header
The Header carries the Branch, Date, User ID and the Module for which the report is generated,
Body of the report
The generated report will have the following information:
GL Account No
This indicates the GL Account
Number
GL Name
This indicates the GL Name
Currency
This indicates the Currency
Debit Balance LCY
This indicates the Debit
Balance in Local Currency
Credit Balance LCY
This indicates the Credit
Balance in Local Currency
Debit Balance FCY
This indicates the Debit
Balance in Foreign Currency
Credit Balance FCY
This indicates the Credit
Balance in Foreign Currency
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12. Screen Glossary
12.1 Function ID List
The following table lists the function id and the function description of the screens covered as part
of this User Manual.
Function ID
Function Description
EGDMAPRM
Enterprise GL Mapping Parameters
GLDBRPRM
General Ledger Branch Parameters Maintenance
GLDCHACT
Chart of Accounts Maintenance
GLDCLASS
MIS Class Maintenance
GLDGLLN
GL Central Bank Line Linkage Maintenance
GLDLINE
Reporting Line Maintenance
GLDREP
GL MIS Linkage Maintenance
GLRISAVG
GL MIS System Daily Average Balance
GLRPAVG
General Ledger Periodical Average Balance
GLRPBAL
General ledger Report
GLRPCCY
Currency Position Report
GLRPCFLO
Cash Flow Report
GLRPGLCY
Profit & Loss Currency wise
GLRPNFLO
Currency wise Cash Flow Report
GLRPTBAL
Trial Balance Report
GLRPUNC
Uncollected Funds Report
STDGLCMT
GL Class Maintenance
STDGLTRF
GL Balance Transfer Maintenance
GLDAVBAL
Internal GL Statistics
GLDWBAL
GL Balance Query
GLDSWEEP
GL Balance Sweep
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