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OIC: How to perform FBDI GL File Upload by Deb Mukherjee

Blog: PaaS Community

imageThat FBDI file upload was kind of Straight forward.

However now we will see how to load a FBDI file where the Process expect some Extra Parameters.

Example : The Import Journal process.

The best way to do this is to Generate the FBDI file manually and then load it in Oracle Fusion.

Followed by that we can try automating the process.

Highlights of Manual Upload

Now Go to TOOLS > JOURNALS > TASKS > Manage Journals and locate any existing period.

Click and open any Journal to get an idea of it.

Now we can download the template file and generate the sample data file to load.

The template file for Journal Import can be downloaded from here Read the complete article here.

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