How To Define Quantity And Cost-based Auto-approval Criteria In One Cycle Count Approval Rule?
(Doc ID 2702134.1)
Last updated on AUGUST 18, 2020
Applies to:Oracle Warehouse Management Enterprise Edition Cloud Service - Version 20.2 and later
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UI: Cycle Count Adjustment Rule
Business requirement is to have cycle counts auto-approved based on either one of the following thresholds:
"Adjusted cost is below 300" OR "Adjusted quantity variance is below 50% of expected quantity".
When setting up the CC approval rule details with these 2 auto-approval rules in sequence (see screenshot), this is the expected behaviour upon a CC performed:
1. Check the first approval rule line.
2. If the adjustment leads to a result above tolerance of first rule line then manual approval is required.
If the adjustment leads to a result below tolerance of first rule line then check the second approval rule line.
3. If the adjustment leads to a result above tolerance of second rule line then manual approval is required.
If the adjustment leads to a result below tolerance of second rule line, only then auto-approve the adjustment.
Instead, the system is auto-approving the CC adjustment directly after evaluating the tolerance of the first rule line without considering the second rule line.
Could you please explain how to setup 2 different cost and quantity based criteria in the same approval rule then ?
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