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Last updated on OCTOBER 16, 2016

Applies to:

Oracle Utilities Work and Asset Management - Version 1.9.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
***Checked for relevance on 04-OCT-2013***


In the process of creating an estimate in the Work Design module, a user details Install and Remove CU's where the Remove Function CU does not have the "Include Material" flag ticked. Then the Remove CU is deleted. The Items Worksheet is updated as if the Remove CU had the "Include Material" flag ticked for that Function in that all the Material for that CU is removed from the Items Worksheet.

### Steps to Reproduce ###
1.Create CU’s with Install and Remove Functions with the Remove Functions
detailed as not including Material
2.Create a Work Design and Location
3.Populate the Location Worksheet with the CU and Install Function from Step
4.Review the Items Worksheet
5.Navigate back to the Location Worksheet and add the same CU with a Remove
6.Review the Items Worksheet.So far all looks fine.
7.Now, delete the Remove Function CU from the Location Worksheet
8.Review the Items Worksheet. Note that the Labor and Other Requirements were
correctly updated, but all the Material was removed from the Items Worksheet.
Only the Labor and Other Requirements should have been updated. The Install
Function CU is still on the Location Worksheet, so the Material should still
9.Let’s see if the Work Order has the same issue. Create a Work Order, Task
and Location. Populate the Install Function CU on the Location Worksheet
10.Review the Items Worksheet
11.Add the Remove Function CU to the Location Worksheet
12.Review the Items Worksheet
13.Delete the Remove Function CU
14.Review the Items Worksheet. The same issue does not appear to exist on the
Work Order.


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