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RMS Item Receiving Form Allows Future Receive Date (Doc ID 1959368.1)

Last updated on SEPTEMBER 25, 2017

Applies to:

Oracle Retail Merchandising System - Version 13.2.6 to 13.2.9 [Release 13.2]
Oracle Retail Merchandising System - Version 14.0 to 14.0.4 [Release 14.0]
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

When executing a receipt on the Item Receiving window [recitem], a future date is allowed in the Receive Date field.  Regardless of the Receive Date, the shipment, Purchase Order (PO), and ITEM_LOC_SOH are immediately updated with the receipt quantities; however, the transaction is not posted to TRAN_DATA_HISTORY until the Receive Date that was entered during the receipt.  This seems to create a scenario where inventory can be received, transferred, sold, etc., before the financial transaction is posted (i.e., before inventory is financially owned).


Steps to Reproduce:

  1. Create and approve a purchase order (PO) in RMS.
  2. In Inventory -> Shipping -> Order Shipment, create a shipment for the PO created in step #1.
  3. In Inventory -> Receiving -> Item Receiving, receive the shipment created in step #2, entering a future date in the 'Receive Date' field.
  4. Note that the PO and shipment records, as well as ITEM_LOC_SOH, are updated with the receipt quantities from step #3.
  5. Note that the receipt record is inserted on the TRAN_DATA table with the future receipt date as the TRAN_DATE.
  6. If the VDATE is advanced to the future receipt date (from step #3), note that the record is posted to the TRAN_DATA_HISTORY table with a TRAN_DATE and POST_DATE of the receipt date used in step #3.
  7. Issue: Using a future receive date, inventory can be received, transferred, sold, etc. before the financial transaction is ever posted.

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