UiPath Process Mining

The UiPath Process Mining Guide

Order-to-Cash Due Dates


In UiPath Process Mining, a due date is defined as an activity that needs to occur before a specified date. Due dates are used to get information regarding cases meeting or not meeting deadlines and the related costs.

A due date checks the difference between the Actual date of an event and the Expected date of the event. By default, the actual date is defined as value of the event end attribute. To create a proper due date, you must define the Expected date for the due date. Optionally, you can define the Due date amount, which is often referring to a penalty or a discount, and a Time bin, which is a description of whether the due date was met on time or not. For example, 1 day late or 3 days late.

Default Due dates

In the SAP Order-To-Cash Connector default due dates are defined for the Order-to-Cash process. For each Due date an expression for the actual date and for the expected date is defined in the Events_preprocessing table. See illustration below.

In the SAP Order-To-Cash Connector the following default due dates are defined for the Order-to-Cash process.

Due date


Actual date

Expected date

Goods issue deadline

The ordered goods should be issued before the planned delivery date.

Event end of activity Post goods issue

Planned delivery date

Receive payment complete deadline

The invoice should be paid on/before the payment due date. If the customer pays after the payment due date, the accounts receivables are considered to be overdue.
Note: discount periods can be taken into account.

Event end of activity Receive payment

Payment due date

Pay credit memo deadline

A credit memo can be cleared with outgoing Payment (money return) or with another accounts receivables. If the clearing is done after the due date, the credit memo is considered to be overdue.

Event end of activity Pay credit memo

Payment due date

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Order-to-Cash Due Dates

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