Applies to:
Oracle Cost Management – Version: 11.5.10.0 to 12.1.3 – Release: 11.5 to 12.1
Information in this document applies to any platform.
Scripts to Re-open an Inventory Accounting Period that has accidentally been closed.
Goal
If an Inventory Accounting Period has been closed prematurely by accident the following scripts can be used to re-open the accounting period if the corresponding GL period is open.  Re-Opening a closed period will allow transactions to be process for that period.
The re-opening of a closed period should not be used to back date transactions, the system allow back dated transactions but this may cause discrepancies between inventory and GL. Any discrepancies caused by back dated transactions are not supported by Oracle and would have to be resolved with a manual adjustment to the General Ledger.
Solution
DISCLAIMER: THE RE-OPENING OF A CLOSED INVENTORY PERIOD COULD POTENTIALLY CAUSE DATA CORRUPTION AND ANY DATA CORRUPTION CAUSED BY RE-OPENING A CLOSED INVENTORY PERIOD WILL BE THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE CUSTOMER AND NO DATA FIX WILL BE PROVIDED FOR ANY DATA CORRUPTION THAT HAS BEEN CAUSED BY RE-OPENING A CLOSED PERIOD.
TEST THOROUGHLY ALL SCRIPTS ON A NON-PRODUCTION INSTANCE, FIRST BACKING UP ALL TABLE DATA PRIOR TO IMPLEMENTING IN PRODUCTION.
IF THERE IS CONCERN THAT RE-OPENING A CLOSED PERIOD MAY CAUSE DATA CORRUPTION PLEASE OPEN AN SR WITH ORACLE SUPPORT PRIOR TO RE-OPENING A CLOSED PERIOD.
— A script to list all inventory periods for a specific organization
— A script to reopen closed inventory accounting periods in 11.5.10
— The script will reopen all inventory periods for the specified
— Delete scripts to remove the rows created during the period close process to prevent duplicate rows
— organization starting from the specified accounting period.
— The organization_id can be obtained from the MTL_PARAMETERS table.
— The acct_period_id can be obtained from the ORG_ACCT_PERIODS table. 
   
   
   

SELECT acct_period_id period, open_flag, period_name name, 
      period_start_date, schedule_close_date, period_close_date 
      FROM  org_acct_periods 
      WHERE organization_id = &org_id 
      order by 1,2;

UPDATE org_acct_periods
SET open_flag = ‘Y’,
period_close_date = NULL,
summarized_flag = ‘N’
WHERE organization_id = &&org_id
AND acct_period_id >= &&acct_period_id;

DELETE mtl_period_summary
WHERE organization_id = &org_id
AND acct_period_id >= &acct_period_id;

DELETE mtl_period_cg_summary
WHERE organization_id = &org_id
AND acct_period_id >= &acct_period_id;

DELETE mtl_per_close_dtls
WHERE organization_id = &org_id
AND acct_period_id >= &acct_period_id;

DELETE cst_period_close_summary
WHERE organization_id = &org_id
AND acct_period_id >= &acct_period_id; 

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