Oracle General Ledger Interview Questions and Answers

Oracle General Ledger Interview Questions and Answers

Top Oracle General Ledger Interview Questions and Answers: Below, we have covered detailed answers to the Oracle General Ledger Interview Questions Which will be helpful to freshers and experienced Professionals. All the best for your interview Preparation.

 

Can a flexfield qualifier be changed after it has been created?

How to delete a segment value?

Is there a way to load values for a specific segment outside of the form?

What are the different types of journals in general ledger?

What is average balance in oracle financials?

What is a funding budget?

What is planning budget?

What are the interface tables in general ledger?

What is DFF?

Are these DFF'S flexible?

Are these new fields that get created as a result of dff free text?

Can i create a dff on any database column?

Can I add hundreds of fields to a given screen?

What is journal import?

What is the use of gl_interface?

What is actual flag?

What is encumbrance?

How many key flex fields are there in general ledger?

How many types of budgets are there?

What are spot rate, corporate rate, transaction calendar and accounting calendar?

What is security rule?

What are cross validation & adi?

What is translation?

What is revaluation?

What is FSG (financial statement generator)?

What is consolidation?

At what level general ledger data is secured?

What are the various statuses of gl periods? and in which table this information is stored?

What happens when the posted journal are changed?

What is the difference between revaluation and translation?

What is the meaning of retained earning? where the retained earning account given?

What are the maximum number of period that can be open in GL?

What are the key tables of GL module?

What is the difference FSG report and d2k report?

What are the various type of balances supported by GL?

What is a funding budget? and what is its purpose?

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