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RMS Defaults Currency Decimal Settings from Base Currency (Doc ID 2652896.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 28, 2023

Applies to:

Oracle Retail Merchandising System - Version 16.0.1 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Actual Behavior

Find that the changes made to the base currency on decimal place values in Cost and Retail values default to the other currency values. As a result, the Item Supplier Countries task shows incorrect decimal places for the Supplier different from the base currency.

For Example:

a) CLP (Chile Peso) currency without containing decimal places.
b) USD (US Dollar) currency containing two decimal places.

Bounce the application and notice that on Item Supplier Countries for a Supplier with USD currency the decimal places would be zero.

Expected Behavior

Only the currency that has been modified should exhibit the new decimal settings, that is, in the above example, the only supplier with CLP should show zero decimals not the supplier with USD.

What is Working

The currency updates for the base currency is working fine.

Steps to Reproduce

1. Set two currencies in the currency table:
CLP - without decimals
USD - with two decimals

2. Create an item with two suppliers, one supplier using CLP and one supplier using USD.

3. Note that in the vendor cost item screen (Item Supplier Countries) the CLP currency has no decimals, it is correct.

4. Note that on the same screen, when filling the cost of a supplier that used USD, there are also no decimals, which is incorrect




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