Receiver Cost Adjustment Posts Incorrect Merchandise Value in Tran Data History Postings (Doc ID 2065883.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 17, 2016

Applies to:

Oracle Retail Merchandising System - Version 13.2.6 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Goal

When performing a Receiver Cost Adjustment (RCA), the 'Landed Cost New' amount displayed in the RCA form is incorrect.  In addition, the corresponding Tran Data History posting (Tran Code 20) is also incorrect.

It has been identified that the 'Landed Cost New' amount being calculated in the RCA form is not recalculating the 'Expense' amount based on the revised item cost entered in the RCA form.  Therefore, the Expense and Duty components are being calculated incorrectly.  The corresponding Tran Data History postings are also incorrect, as they are based on the 'Landed Cost New' amount being displayed in the RCA form.

The expected behavior is that upon executing a Receiver Cost Adjustment, that the expense component is recalculated based on the new item cost.  After this, the corresponding duty should be recalculated based on the new item cost + new expense amount.

The net result of this problem is that the amount posted to financials for Receiver Cost Adjustments is incorrect, as expenses are not being recalculated on the corrected item cost.

Why would this occur?


 

Solution

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