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Late Sale Adjustment Not Applied For NonRanged Item in Thirdrd Party Stock Count After Authorization (Doc ID 2478346.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 27, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Retail Store Inventory Management - Version 16.0.1 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

After Third party stock count authorization, Oracle Retail Store Inventory Management (SIM) does not apply Unit/Amt Late sale adjustment for NonRanged Item when the Sale transaction date is equal to the  count date.

Steps to Recreate:

Configure SIM for:
Daily Processing and Auto-Range Allowed

1.  Schedule a Third party Unit and Amount Count - Auto Authorize - All Departments.
2.  On the scheduled count date, trigger the 3rd party count snapshot as AFTER STORE CLOSE.
3.  Within SIM find two items (A & B) which are not Consignment and not Non-Inventory and are also not ranged to the store being counted.  
4.  Prepare a third party count file and include the two items from step 3 in the file giving them a count quantity.
5.  On the morning of the Count Date + 1, process the third party count file through SIM which should auto authorize and complete without any issues.
6.  Review the STORE_ITEM_STOCK table for the items.

 OPEN_STOCK_COUNTS = 0
 LAST_STK_CNT_TYPE = 2
 LAST_STK_CNT_APPROVE_DATE = Count date as GMT with offset for midnight local store time
 LAST_STK_CNT_TIMEFRAME = A

7.  Prepare a sale for one of the items (A) from step 3 and a return for the other (B).  The transaction date in the THEAD rows must equal count date and will have a timestamp value of '000000'.
8.  Process the sales data through RetailSaleAuditImport.
9.  After the sales have processed, review STORE_ITEM_STOCK again.  

Notice that SIM did not apply unit/amount late sales adjustments as would be expected.


Cause

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