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Oracle® CLE

TRM for SAFT


Technical Reference Manual
Release 12

August 2013

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Oracle CLE TRM for SAFT Technical Reference Manual, Release 12

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Contents

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Preface
Send Us Your Comments.......................................................................................................................4
Preface....................................................................................................................................................5
Tables.....................................................................................................................................................8
CLE.CLE_F361_SAFT_GL_DATA......................................................................................................8
Synonyms.............................................................................................................................................10
APPS.CLE_F361_SAFT_GL_DATA.................................................................................................10
Views.....................................................................................................................................................11
APPS.CLE_F361_CONS_PRI_LEDGERS.......................................................................................11
APPS.CLE_F361_CONS_REP_LEDGERS......................................................................................12
Packages..............................................................................................................................................13
APPS.CLE_F361_PT_SAFT_SNC_PKG..........................................................................................13
Triggers.................................................................................................................................................16
Sequences............................................................................................................................................17

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Preface

Intended Audience
Welcome to Release 12 of the Oracle CLE TRM for SAFT Technical Reference Manual.
This Technical Reference Manual includes information to help you understand the
database objects created for TRM for SAFT .

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Tables

CLE.CLE_F361_SAFT_GL_DATA

Object Details

Object Name: CLE_F361_SAFT_GL_DATA


Object Type: TABLE
Owner: CLE
FND Design Data: CLE.CLE_F361_SAFT_GL_DATA
Subobject Name:
Status: VALID

Storage Details

Tablespace: APPS_TS_TX_DATA
PCT Free: 10
PCT Used:

Indexes

Columns

Name Datatype Length Mandatory Comments


JE_HEADER_ID NUMBER 22 Yes
JE_CATEGORY VARCHAR2 25 Yes
CURRENCY_CODE VARCHAR2 15 Yes
DEFAULT_EFFECTIVE_DATE DATE 7 Yes
LAST_UPDATED_BY NUMBER 22 Yes
NAME VARCHAR2 100 Yes
POSTED_DATE DATE 7 Yes
PERIOD_NAME VARCHAR2 15 Yes
PERIOD_NUM NUMBER 22 Yes
PERIOD_TYPE VARCHAR2 15 Yes
JE_LINE_NUM NUMBER 22 Yes
DESCRIPTION VARCHAR2 240
CREATION_DATE DATE 7 Yes
LAST_UPDATE_DATE DATE 7 Yes
GL_ACCOUNT VARCHAR2 100 Yes
AE_HEADER_ID NUMBER 22
AE_LINE_NUM NUMBER 22
APPLICATION_ID NUMBER 22 Yes
ACCOUNTED_DR NUMBER 22

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Name Datatype Length Mandatory Comments
ACCOUNTED_CR NUMBER 22
SOURCE_DISTRIBUTION_TYPE VARCHAR2 30
SOURCE_DISTRIBUTION_ID_NUM_1 NUMBER 22
EVENT_CLASS_CODE VARCHAR2 30
ENTITY_CODE VARCHAR2 30
SOURCE_ID_INT_1 NUMBER 22
REQUEST_ID NUMBER 22 Yes
STATUS VARCHAR2 10 Yes
CONS_JE_HEADER_ID NUMBER 22

Dependencies

CLE.CLE_F361_SAFT_GL_DATA does not reference any database object

CLE.CLE_F361_SAFT_GL_DATA is referenced by following:

APPS
• CLE_F361_SAFT_GL_DATA

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Synonyms

APPS.CLE_F361_SAFT_GL_DATA

Object Details

Object Name: CLE_F361_SAFT_GL_DATA


Object Type: SYNONYM
Owner: APPS
Subobject Name:
Status: VALID

Synonym Details

Base Object: CLE.CLE_F361_SAFT_GL_DATA

Dependencies
APPS.CLE_F361_SAFT_GL_DATA references the following:

CLE
• CLE_F361_SAFT_GL_DATA

APPS.CLE_F361_SAFT_GL_DATA is referenced by following:

APPS
• CLE_F361_PT_SAFT_SNC_PKG

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Views

APPS.CLE_F361_CONS_PRI_LEDGERS

Object Details

Object Name: CLE_F361_CONS_PRI_LEDGERS


Object Type: VIEW
Owner: APPS
FND Design Data: APPS.CLE_F361_CONS_PRI_LEDGERS
Subobject Name:
Status: VALID

Columns

Name Datatype Length Mandatory Comments


NAME VARCHAR2 30 Yes
DESCRIPTION VARCHAR2 240
LEDGER_ID NUMBER 22 Yes

Query Text

SELECT NAME, description, ledger_id


FROM gl_ledgers
WHERE ledger_category_code = 'PRIMARY'
ORDER BY name

Dependencies
APPS.CLE_F361_CONS_PRI_LEDGERS references the following:

APPS
• GL_LEDGERS

APPS.CLE_F361_CONS_PRI_LEDGERS is not referenced by any database object

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APPS.CLE_F361_CONS_REP_LEDGERS

Object Details

Object Name: CLE_F361_CONS_REP_LEDGERS


Object Type: VIEW
Owner: APPS
FND Design Data: APPS.CLE_F361_CONS_REP_LEDGERS
Subobject Name:
Status: VALID

Columns

Name Datatype Length Mandatory Comments


LEDGER_NAME VARCHAR2 240
LEDGER_ID NUMBER 22
FROM_LEDGER_ID NUMBER 22

Query Text

select LE.OBJECT_NAME ledger_name


,LE.OBJECT_id ledger_id,
pl.object_id from_ledger_id
from gl_sets_of_books GSOB
,gl_ledger_config_details LE
,gl_ledger_config_details PL
where GSOB.SET_OF_BOOKS_ID = PL.object_id
AND PL.object_type_code = 'PRIMARY'
AND PL.setup_step_code = 'NONE'
and gsob.currency_code='EUR'
AND PL.configuration_id = LE.configuration_id
AND LE.object_type_code IN ('SECONDARY','ALC')
AND LE.setup_step_code = 'NONE'
union
select glto.name ledger_name,
glto.ledger_id ledger_id,
glfrom.ledger_id from_ledger_id
from gl_consolidation gc, gl_ledgers glfrom, gl_ledgers glto
where gc.from_ledger_id = glfrom.ledger_id and gc.to_ledger_id = glto.ledger_id
order by ledger_name

Dependencies
APPS.CLE_F361_CONS_REP_LEDGERS references the following:

APPS
• GL_CONSOLIDATION
• GL_LEDGERS
• GL_LEDGER_CONFIG_DETAILS
• GL_SETS_OF_BOOKS

APPS.CLE_F361_CONS_REP_LEDGERS is not referenced by any database object

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Packages

APPS.CLE_F361_PT_SAFT_SNC_PKG

Object Details

Object Name: CLE_F361_PT_SAFT_SNC_PKG


Object Type: PACKAGE
Owner: APPS
Subobject Name:
Status: VALID

Dependencies
APPS.CLE_F361_PT_SAFT_SNC_PKG references the following:

APPS
• AD_DDL
• ALL_INDEXES
• DBMS_LOB
• DBMS_XMLGEN
• DUAL
• EXTRACTVALUE
• PLITBLM
• UPDATEXML
• UTL_FILE
• V$PARAMETER
• XMLAGG
• XMLCONCAT
• XMLTYPE
• ARPT_SQL_FUNC_UTIL
• ARP_GLOBAL
• CLE_F361_PT_SAFT_SNC_PKG
• FND_FILE
• FND_GLOBAL
• FND_LOG
• FND_MESSAGE
• FND_PROFILE
• AP_INVOICES_ALL
• AP_SUPPLIER_SITES_ALL
• AR_CASH_RECEIPTS
• AR_MEMO_LINES_ALL_B
• AR_MEMO_LINES_ALL_TL

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• AR_PAYMENT_SCHEDULES_ALL
• AR_RECEIPT_METHODS
• CLE_AP_SUPPLIERS_EXT
• CLE_AR_MEMO_LINES_EXT
• CLE_AR_RECEIPT_METHODS_EXT
• CLE_F361_SAFT_GL_DATA
• CLE_FND_FLEX_VALUES_EXT
• CLE_GL_JOURNAL_CAT_EXT
• CLE_HZ_PARTIES_EXT
• CLE_RA_CUST_TRX_TYPES_EXT
• CLE_ZX_RATES_B_EXT
• FND_FLEX_VALUES
• FND_FLEX_VALUE_HIERARCHIES
• FND_ID_FLEX_SEGMENTS
• FND_ORACLE_USERID
• FND_PRODUCT_GROUPS
• FND_PRODUCT_INSTALLATIONS
• FND_SEGMENT_ATTRIBUTE_VALUES
• GL_BALANCES
• GL_CODE_COMBINATIONS
• GL_CONSOLIDATION
• GL_CONSOLIDATION_HISTORY
• GL_IMPORT_REFERENCES
• GL_JE_CATEGORIES_TL
• GL_JE_HEADERS
• GL_JE_LINES
• GL_LEDGERS
• GL_LEDGER_RELATIONSHIPS
• GL_PERIOD_STATUSES
• HZ_CONTACT_POINTS
• HZ_CUST_ACCOUNTS
• HZ_CUST_ACCOUNTS_ALL
• HZ_CUST_ACCOUNT_ROLES
• HZ_CUST_ACCT_SITES_ALL
• HZ_CUST_SITE_USES_ALL
• HZ_LOCATIONS
• HZ_ORG_CONTACTS
• HZ_PARTIES
• HZ_PARTY_SITES
• HZ_RELATIONSHIPS
• MTL_PARAMETERS
• MTL_SYSTEM_ITEMS
• OE_SYS_PARAMETERS_ALL
• PER_ADDRESSES
• PER_ALL_PEOPLE_F
• PER_PHONES
• RA_BATCH_SOURCES_ALL
• RA_CUSTOMER_TRX_ALL
• RA_CUSTOMER_TRX_LINES_ALL
• RA_CUST_TRX_LINE_GL_DIST_ALL
• RA_CUST_TRX_TYPES_ALL
• RA_TERMS
• XLA_AE_HEADERS
• XLA_AE_LINES
• XLA_DISTRIBUTION_LINKS
• XLA_EVENTS
• XLA_TRANSACTION_ENTITIES
• XLE_ENTITY_PROFILES
• ZX_LINES

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• ZX_RATES_B
• ZX_RATES_TL
• AR_LOOKUPS
• AR_RECEIVABLE_APPLICATIONS_V
• FND_CURRENCIES_VL
• FND_FLEX_VALUES_VL
• FND_FLEX_VALUE_CHILDREN_V
• FND_LOOKUPS
• FND_LOOKUP_VALUES_VL
• FND_TERRITORIES_VL
• GL_CONS_ROLLUP_RANGES_V
• GL_CONS_SEGMENT_ACTIONS_V
• GL_CONS_SEGMENT_MAP_V
• GL_JE_SOURCES_VL
• GL_SETS_OF_BOOKS
• HR_OPERATING_UNITS
• ORG_ORGANIZATION_DEFINITIONS
• PO_VENDORS
• PO_VENDOR_CONTACTS
• ZX_RATES_VL

PUBLIC
• EXTRACTVALUE
• UPDATEXML
• XMLCONCAT
• AD_DDL
• ALL_INDEXES
• DBMS_LOB
• DBMS_XMLGEN
• DUAL
• PLITBLM
• UTL_FILE
• V$PARAMETER
• XMLAGG
• XMLTYPE

SYS
• SYS_IXMLAGG
• DBMS_XMLGEN
• STANDARD
• XMLTYPE
• ALL_DIRECTORIES
• ALL_TABLES

APPS.CLE_F361_PT_SAFT_SNC_PKG is referenced by following:

APPS
• CLE_F361_PT_SAFT_SNC_PKG

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Triggers

No Objects

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Sequences

No Objects

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