In 11.5.10 we used to have a bunch of legal entities, every one with its own SOB. They shared the same COA and calendar, but never came together for reporting (in EBS).
Now we migrated to 12.1 and would like to take advantage of the new Ledger Set feature. However, from 11.5.10 we inherited a set of ".....GL Superuser" responsibilities (one for each legal entity). How do we create something like "GL Super-Superuser" responsibility that would have access to all local ledgers and be able to create ledger sets?
we can create GL Superuser Responsibility in System administrator by your sysadmin.
ofter creating the Responsibility we will create the ledger set in GL Responsibility.
Before creating the ledger set you have to create all the local ledger with different legal entities and same coa and calendars.
ofter that we will create the ledger set.In that ledger set we will the take all the local ledgers.Once we create the ledger set system default create data access set with same of the ledger set.Ofter that we will assign this data access to our GL Superuser Responsibility.
Now we can access multiple ledgers under one single Responsibility.
Thank you. Let me summarize:
1) Create local ledgers with the same COA and calendar
2) Sysadmin to create GL Superuser responsibility and include all local ledgers
3) GL Superuser to create Ledger Set and includes the local ledgers we want in the set
4) Oracle by default creates Data Access Set that includes the ledgers in the set
5) Sysadmin to assign the new Data Access Set to the GL Superuser
Please, confirm or correct. Could you please direct me to any reference where these steps are described? Thanks!
1.Create Responsibility for GL Superuser and it is created by your sysadmin
2.Create all your local ledgers by taking same coa and calendar.
3.Create ledgerset in GL Responsibility by taking all your local ledgers.Once u create the ledgerset system automatically created default data access set with same name of your ledgerset.
4.Ofter creating the ledgerset we have to assign this ledgerset to your GL Superuser Responsibility.
5.Now we can access all your local ledgers under single Responsibility.