Dunning report modification

Dunning Letters:


Dunning Reports are used by Oracle Receivables to inform your customers of past due invoices, debit memos, and chargebacks. When dunning letters are printed, Oracle Receivables prints a copy of each invoice which has line items that are past due.

Dunning letters can be defined at various levels to change the tone each time.

There is flexibility within Oracle Receivables to define Dunning Letter Sets and Dunning Letters to correspond to that.

These dunning letter sets can then be defined against customer profiles to determine the dunning letter that would be sent to a given customer.

The default Oracle program only provides for Text based dunning letters and not RTF based letters.

Dunning letters can be modified to look at RTF templates by understanding the following:

1. Dunning letters are generated using the concurrent program:
Dunning Letter Generate.(ARDLGP)
This can be run as a preliminary report where the invoices of customers are listed out without printing dunning letters or as a final report by setting the preliminary flag to No.

When the dunning report is run in the preliminary mode it launches the concurrent program:
Dunning Letters - Preliminary(ARXDUNP)

In Final mode it launches the program:
Dunning Letter Print from Dunning Letter Generate(ARDLP_NON_SRS)

Both the dunning letters programs are not standalone programs and would be launched by the spawned process Dunning Letter Generate.

The programs Dunning Letters - Preliminary and Dunning Letter Print from Dunning Letter Generate(ARDLP_NON_SRS) are both oracle reports.

Therefore these can both be modified to output xml as the output rather than text.

However these are launched by spawned processes and hence they cannot be launched standalone.

These need to have their templates set in the post-report trigger. This can be done by calling out to the concurrent program:
222, -- Receivables
'ARDLP_NON_SRS', -- Dunning Letter
'en-US', -- English
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