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Batch Invoice Uploads into Oracle Payables

MS Excel to load invoice batches to Oracle Payables! Even Oracle ADI doesn’t do that, in fact few 3rd-party products do. What to do? Do as Kevin Ellis has done, develop your own in-house invoice batch interface. And if that isn’t enough to pique your interest, how about an interface for keeping your chart of accounts current between production legacy and Oracle systems? He has done that too and he has shared all in this comprehensive ORAtips cover story, discussing custom concurrent program and UNIX shell script development, Oracle Applications set-up and end-user considerations.

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Posted by Richard Byrom on 08/24 at 02:09 AM
  1. If you want an Excel loader for Invoices that is “ADI like” and integrates directly with Oracle to validate the Invoices before upload then look at AP Invoice Wizard.
    This popular tool is installed at Oracle EBS sites around the world. Current count is almost a thousand users and growing.

    Posted by Bruce Doig  on  08/26  at  09:20 AM
  2. I have used more4apps product but if you ask ny humbel opinion it falters in major places. I just downloaded your whitepaper. Will let you know what I think…


    Posted by Sadik  on  10/03  at  11:54 PM
  3. Feedback is always welcome.  Our many customers love the tool and would tell us if there was something wrong so I am very curious to hear your comments.  Please respond here or write to us at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

    Posted by Bruce Doig  on  10/04  at  12:21 AM
  4. I just downloaded your white paper and like to thanks you for share with us 😊

    Posted by DMS  on  04/26  at  08:03 PM

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