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Not Able To See Accounting Entries For Receipts On Receiving Txn Summary Form For Retroactive Prog (Doc ID 1198043.1)

Last updated on JANUARY 05, 2023

Applies to:

Oracle Inventory Management - Version 12.0.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
Form:RCVRCVRC.FMB - View Receiving Transactions


Problem Statement
Find it is not possible to see A/C Accounting Entries for receipts from Receiving Transaction Summary Form  RCVRCVRC for retroactive price update program

Expected Behavior
Expect Receiving Transaction Summary Form  RCVRCVRC  / Subledger Journal Entry Lines form to show accounting entries for Retroactive Price Adjustment to Receipt

The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:

0 . Setup
Profile: PO: Allow Retroactive Pricing of POs is set to All releases.
Retroactive Price Adjustment account is given at Receiving options.

1. Change the Blanket PO Unit Price and run the Retroactive Price Update for the respective BPA.
 (POXRPDP - Retroactive Price Update of Purchasing Documents Program)

2. All the releases are correctly updated with the latest amended price.

3. Navigate to Receiving transaction Summary Form
For the receipts already existing, corresponding impact of Retroactive price change has not been reflected:

When using  Tools-View Accounting Form for Receive Transaction:
--> Access to Subledger Journal Entry Lines form that does not show new accounting entries for Retroactive Price Update program

When using Tools-View Accounting Events for Receive Transaction
--> Access to Accounting Events form that shows 2 events
. One Event Type : Receipt into Receiving Inspection / Event Date = 31-Jan-2010
. One Event Type : Retroactive Price Adjustment to Receipt  / Event Date = 02-Sep-2010

so it  shows retroactive Price Adjustment to receipt event took place but  not able to see accounting entries for the same. 




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