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Costed Quantity<uuu_costed_qty> And Not Custed Quantity<uuu_not_costed_qty> Rounding (Doc ID 2490841.1)

Last updated on MAY 04, 2021

Applies to:

Primavera Unifier Cloud Service - Version 18.8 and later
Primavera Unifier - Version 18.8 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


On Unifier : Cost Type Business Process Utilizing Schedule Of Values (SOV) Type Summary Payment Applications

At run-time the value of 'Costed Quantity<uuu_costed_qty>' and 'Not Costed Quantity<uuu_not_costed_qty>' are rounding.

In this case the design of the form has the 'Costed Amount must be equal to the line item Amount' setting enabled/checked.

Expected Result: A Unit Cost line item should not be allowed to be added to the record unless the Costed Amount equals the Line Item Amount.

Example of Steps to Reproduce:

  1. In the applicable workspace, create a new record, populate required fields, and Add a Line Item by clicking on: Add > Unit Cost
  2. In the upper portion of the window, populated required fields and add the following values: Item Quantity = 10, Item Unit Cost = $100.00
    • Notice that Costed Quantity = 0.00 and Not Costed Quantity = 10
  3. Click on 'Add Cost' and select a CBS Code
  4. In the newly added line item change the value of 'Quantity' from '0.00' to"9.5"
    • The expectation here is that in the upper portion of the window the following should be shown: Costed Quantity = 9.5 and Not Costed Quantity = .5
    • However the Data Elements are rounding and the following is shown: Costed Quantity = 10 and Not Costed Quantity = 0.

Actual Result: Because of this the rounding allows the Line Item to be added to the record even though the Costed Amount does not equal the Line Item Amount.


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