Recalculate Price In Purchasing Order Does Not Calculate When GET_CUSTOM_PRICE Is Used

(Doc ID 1200213.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 21, 2016

Applies to:

Oracle Purchasing - Version 12.1.1 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


The custom pricing fails when the 'recalculate price' is used on the standard PO (purchase order), which is created through sourcing RFQ and sourcing quotation.


1. Create Sourcing RFQ
2. Complete the sourcing cycle to create the PO
3. Click on the recalculate price from the menu in PO form


1) Set up a modifier to add 8% to the unit price of a PO.
    Nav to Advanced Pricing > Define Modifier > tab Discounts/Charges
2) Nav to Purchase Order
     Create a PO line with a unit price of $50 and see 8% was added to the unit price to make it $54.
     Changed the unit price to $20 and select Actions > "Recalculate Price".  See the system changed the price to $54


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