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Modifying CVB Code for a Component Updates All Components in Charges Section of Custom Entry Detail (Doc ID 2624219.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 30, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Retail Merchandising System - Version 16.0.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


When you try to modify or add a Computation Value Base (CVB) code for a component in the Customs Entry Detail window, after clicking the Save and Close or Cancel button and, reopen the Customs Entry Detail window you can see that the CVB Code has been updated for all the components rather than the selected one.

Steps to Reproduce
The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. From Task Menu go to Import Management then select either Create Customs Entries or Manage Customs Entries.
2. If you select Create Customs Entries, please fill the required details and click on Details.
3. In the Customs Entry Detail window, please fill in the required information in the Shipment and Order/Items section.
4. From the Charges - Component/Item section. Click on + to add a new Harmonized Tariff Schedule (HTS) code and CVB code.
5. Add HTS, select an HTS Code and choose a single assessment, select a CVB Code, Rate, Value and, click Ok button.
6. You notice that even though you selected single Assessment, there are entries for all the components with the same CVB Code.
7. Select a component id and click on Edit.
8. From the Edit Charges section, change the CVB code for that component id and click on Ok.
9. Now click on Save and, you can see that CVB code is changed only for that component in the UI.
10. But if you check in the CE_CHARGES table the CVB code is changed for all the components.
11. Now click on Save and Close and reopen the Customs Entry Detail window, you can see that the new CVB code is updated for all components.




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