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Domestic PO Are Having Their Payment Method Changed To LC And Cannot Be Modified (Doc ID 2470694.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 25, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Retail Merchandising Foundation Cloud Service - Version 16.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Domestic PO’s are having their payment method changed to LC and cannot be modified

Steps to reproduce the issue:
1.Create a new item with US as the country of origin.
2.Create a domestic supplier with a zone expense of domestic freight with a domestic discharge port. Under supplier import attributes specify the domestic discharge and lading port. On supplier inventory management attributes enter the purchase type as pickup and enter in a pickup location.
3.Create a new PO specifying that this is a single location PO. Use a WH as the location on the PO and the supplier as above.
4.On the PO header level note that the purchase type, lading port, discharge port, pickup location are all defaulted in
Enter in the NBD, NAD, OTB, Pickup dates
5.Click details and add in the item from step 1.
6.Approve the PO. Note it shows as a regular order.
7.Enter the allocation application and create an allocation for this PO. Calculate and approve the allocation.
Renter the PO in edit mode and change the NBD to be one day later.
Note: The popup comes up “If you continue the associated Order/letter of Credit record will be deleted. Do you want to continue”
8.Click No on this message.
9.Click on the details button and then the next error message comes up “Select the Shipping menu option and fill in the Title Pass Location”.
10.Click OK on this message. Now if you click on the More Action list then the Letter Of Credit option is now available to be clicked on.
11.If you click on that option and return back to the PO header, you will notice that the payment method has been changed to LC.


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