E1: 32: UPRC Miscalculated with Qty Change on Foreign SO with Override Price
(Doc ID 2529266.1)
Last updated on FEBRUARY 06, 2020
Applies to:JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Configurator - Version 9.2 and later
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- UPRC Miscalculated with Qty Change on Foreign SO with Override Price -
Unit Price miscalculated when updating a foreign currency configured sales order with price override
When you update a foreign currency sales order line that has a price overrideand change the Quantity Order, the resulting unit price and extended price
are miscalculated by using the foreign currency exchange rate in the wrong direction.
For example, a Canadian order with a price override of $100 CAD, with an exchange rate of $1.25, has an $80 USD unit price.
If that line is then edited (we have changed quantity - have not attempted to change other fields), the foreign price of $100 CAD remains, but the unit
price (UPCD) changes to $125 USD. This is not correct
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