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Is there any OTL and Project Reconciliation report in SaaS that shows all the mismatches between OTL

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Kalyani Yerneni
edited Mar 4, 2020 7:46AM in Reporting and Analytics for ERP 3 comments

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  • DPM
    DPM Senior Consultant Gold Trophy
    edited Mar 4, 2020 10:27AM

    No. Out-of-box there is no such report in fusion.

  • Nathan CCC
    Nathan CCC Business Intelligence Gold Trophy
    edited Mar 11, 2020 8:00AM

    There is some out of the box content for time and labor. In folder Shared/human capital Management/Time and Labor. For example, dashboards "Work Type Summary", "Time Card by Status", "Time Collection Monitor", "Time Entry Transfer Status" for Payroll and Project Costing. So the analysis on project costing will tell you the status of the process Transfer from your timecards to project cost subledger https://docs.oracle.com/en/cloud/saas/human-resources/20a/fautl/time-data-approval-and-transfer.html#FAUTL2048424. But to compare the numbers you will need to build a query using both the timecards subject area and the project costs subject area. 

  • Nathan CCC
    Nathan CCC Business Intelligence Gold Trophy
    edited Mar 11, 2020 8:08AM

    BTW The following standard reconciliation report does not meet your requirement. On the "Reports and Analytics" tab on work area "Costs" is a link to dashboard "Project Cost Account Reconciliation" in folder Shared/Projects/Project Financials Sample Reports/. The description says "Displays expenditure transactions posted to the selected general ledger accounts. This report assists in reconciling account balance discrepancies between the General Ledger and Project Costing. Narrow the report results by the ledger name and accounting period, and optionally, by entering the account, accounting class, event class, project number and task number. To help identify specific or material transactions, you can enter an amount range for the debit or credit amount."