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Wrong Tran_data Posting When REC_WAC_UPDATE_IND Is Set To Y In Brazil Localization (Doc ID 2393199.1)

Last updated on MARCH 04, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Retail Fiscal Management - Version and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Following 2 issues are observed when config is set to update average cost at the destination in stock order receipt time (system_options.rec_wac_update_ind):

  1.  When running a NF-Request (Shipinfo) and informing asn_nbr and bol_nbr at Shipinfo header goes to FM_STG_ASNOUT_DESC table. However, when the receipt occurs at the destination, the decoupling function L10N_BR_FIN_SQL. GET_AV_COST_SOURCE receives the stock order number (TSF) but searches for bol_nbr using the transfer no as a parameter. This would only work if both bol_nbr and tsf_no are equal.
  2. Second problem is related to average cost and tran_data postings. Consider the scenario:

    - PO is received (Receipt #1) at the warehouse 10 qty 1000.
    - Average cost at the warehouse 10 is 12,8229.
    - Transfer #3 is created from warehouse 10 to Store 1.
    - NF is requested and approved (no ASNOut yet), average_cost is capture at this moment at 12,8229.
    - A second PO (Receipt #2) is received at the warehouse 10 qty 10000.
    - Average cost at the warehouse 10 is now 24,5521.
    - ASNOut is shipped from the warehouse to store 2.
    - Average cost at SHIPSKU is captured with current AV_COST (24,5521) and not the one capture at the NF Issue time.
    - Transfer #3 is received at the store, average cost is recalculated using the one captured at the NF issue time ( 12,8229).
    - Tran_data postings are done using the cost captured in SHIPSKU and not the av cost capture when NF was issued, causing a discrepancy between the stock average cost and the tran data records.


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