Last updated on NOVEMBER 03, 2016
Applies to:Oracle Process Manufacturing Financials - Version 12.0.6 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
***Checked for relevance on 24-MAR-2015***
In Applications Release 12 there 2 Operating Units ('A' and 'B') and an Inventory Organization 'ORGA' which belongs to 'A' and has also been granted access to 'B'.
No inventory is held in OU 'B'.
When 'B' issues a Sales Order, the SO will be pointing to ORGA to identify Items, and the Items will be shipped from ORGA.
Expectation is that the System will post to COGS and Inventory for both the Sales Order and any corresponding RMA transactions.
However after application of a <Patch:9069891> the user sees postings for RMA transactions going to Inventory and Deferred COGS (DCOGS).
The sequence of events is :
- create, ship and invoice the Sales Order
- recognize revenue and run the INV COGS Recognition processes
- create and receive a related RMA
- run the OPM Accounting Pre-Processor
Due to this issue, users can not balance the COGS account (because the value posted to COGS by the OPM Accounting Pre-Processor for the Sales Order is not being reversed for the related RMA).
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