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To find all Oracle subledgers that integrate with Subledger Accounting, you can query each subledger source in the Subledger Application window from the Subledger Accounting Setup menu.

The following describes General Ledger’s drilldown capabilities for account inquiry:

Account: review specific account balances and compute variances from a secondary balance type

Journal: review information about specific journal batches and journal entries

You can also perform the following types of online inquiries with General Ledger:

Average Balance: review information about the average or end-of-day summary or detail balances of any balance sheet account, if you have enabled average balance processing in your ledger

Budget: review master and detail budgets, compare summary balances between your master and detail budgets, and check for budget variances and violations

Consolidation: review specific consolidated account balances in your parent ledger

Reporting Currency: review balances that have been converted to your journal-level or subledger-level reporting currency when you posted balances in the source ledger, such as the primary or secondary ledger

For more information on reporting currencies, see Overview of Reporting Currencies.

Secondary Ledger: review balances and journals that have been transferred to your secondary ledger

For more information on secondary ledgers, see Secondary Ledgers.

Translated Balance: review balances that have been translated to your balance-level reporting currency

After performing an online query, you can drill down to see additional details. For example:

Summary to Detail: after querying a summary account, drill down to the detail balances that comprise the summary account balance for a ledger. For budgets, drill down from master budgets to detail budgets.

Detail Balances to Journals: from any detail account balance you can drill down to the journals that contribute to the balance. If you drill down to summary journals, you can drill down further to detail journals.

Journals to Subledger Detail: from detail journals you can drill down further to see the Oracle subledger transactions that comprise the journal. You can also view subledger transactions as balanced journal entries or in the form of T-accounts.

Note: Drilling down to subledger transactions is supported for those Oracle subledgers that use Oracle Subledger Accounting (SLA), such as Oracle Receivables, Payables, Assets, Projects, Purchasing, Inventory, Work in Process (WIP), Property Manager, and Lease Management if you have installed these products.

Note: To find all Oracle subledgers that integrate with Subledger Accounting, you can query each subledger source in the Subledger Application window from the Subledger Accounting Setup menu.

Parent to Subsidiary: after querying a parent account balance, you can drill down to the subsidiary balances that comprise the parent balance.

Reporting Currency to Source Ledger: after querying an account balance from the journal-level or subledger-level reporting currency, you can drill down to the full journal entry of the source ledger, such as the original journal that was posted in the primary or secondary ledger.

For more information on reporting currencies, see Overview of Reporting Currencies.