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24 FEB 2017

Initial Document Creation

Oracle Account Reconciliation Cloud, March Update

This document outlines the announcements and considerations in the upcoming Oracle Account Reconciliation Cloud update.


Monthly Update Schedule

We would like to inform you of the upcoming monthly update for your Oracle Cloud environments. We will apply the latest updates to your test environment on Friday, March 3, 2017 and to your production environment on Friday, March 17, 2017. The update will be applied during your normal daily maintenance window.

New Transaction Matching Module Available

Transaction Matching is the latest addition to Oracle’s comprehensive Account Reconciliation Cloud Service and the perfect complement to the existing Reconciliation Compliance feature set. With Transaction Matching, companies can automate preparation of high volume / labor intensive reconciliations and seamlessly integrate those results into the tracking features within Reconciliation Compliance. This powerful new module will save companies additional time on performance of reconciliations, while improving quality and reducing risk.

Once an Administrator performs the necessary steps to create the reconciliations, users will be able to load data, run the auto match process, confirm suggested matches, create manual matches and run balancing reports.

New Features

This update applies routine maintenance and infrastructural updates.

Service and User Activity Reports Are Now Available

A Service Administrator can now view and download a service activity report and a user activity report through the Console in Reconciliation Compliance. The Service Activity report provides detailed information on the number of users accessing the service by date, the resources that users accessed, duration of user activity, and the action that users performed in the service. The User Login report lists the users that logged in, the IP addresses from which they connected, and the date and time. Both reports are generated each day during the daily maintenance time and can be downloaded as a comma separated value (CSV) file. Using EPM Automate, a Service Administrator can automate the download of these reports. Both activity reports include information about both Reconciliation Compliance and Transaction Matching modules.

Require Entire Load Transactions File to be Error Free

To protect the integrity of data in Transaction Matching, if a transaction import file contains one or more errors, the entire file is not processed. Instead, errors are logged so that users can fix the errors and resubmit.

New EPM Automate Utility Version

A new version of the EPM Automate Utility is available with this update. This version introduces the importbalances command, which uses Data Management to import balances data from a data load definition.

You must install this version of the utility to use the new command. See these sections in Working with EPM Automate for Oracle Enterprise Performance Management Cloud:


Defects Fixed

Defect Number



Reconciliation Items tab now displays all attributes added.


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