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Unable to Sweep transactions
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Hi,
On my client we have upgraded from 11i to R12.1.3. But while Sweeping transactions, system throwing the bellow error.
The program cannot be executed due to insufficient access available to the user. Please contact your system administrator and get access to all the operating units belonging to this Ledger.We have active OU.

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Please check MO: Operating Unit and MO: Security Profile and set properly. you can also refer following Oracle support note:

R12: AP_SWEEP_ACCESS_ERROR/Insufficient Access Error Appears Attempting to Sweep From Control Payables Period Form [ID 729104.1]

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