Rounding Issues On iProcurement Split Distribution Gives Wrong Value On Autocreated PO Distribution (Doc ID 1295665.1)

Last updated on APRIL 15, 2013

Applies to:

Oracle iProcurement - Version 11.5.10.2 to 11.5.10.2 [Release 11.5]
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms


On Release 11.5.10.2 version, Requisition Creation, distribution quantity is sometimes calculated incorrectly after split distributions.  User's are confused as to why the whole numbers entered, while splitting the
requisition in charge accounts are converted into decimals numbers.  There are problems with rounding and de-rounding of the numbers during internal calculations by the application, and this results in incorrect values.

EXPECTED BEHAVIOR,
Users expect if enter whole numbers, while splitting lines in charge account, they would see whole numbers everywhere instead of decimals numbers. 

STEPS TO REPRODUCE
1. Sign on to Application and choose iProcurement responsibility.
2. Navigate to Non-Catalog Request page.
3. Specify item details for the non-catalog item
  Description: "Reproduce Rounding Error"
  Quantity = 9
  Unit Price = 96
   Supplier Name = Advantage
4. Add to Cart / Checkout.
5. View Cart and Checkout / Checkout.
6. Click: Charge Account, Click: Split.
- Change Quantity to 1
7.  Click: Add Another Row.
- Change One Segment in the Accounting Flex Field, and Enter Quantity 3
8.  Click: Add Another Row.
-  Change One Segment in the Accounting Flex Field, Change Quantity 1
9. Click: Add Another Row.
- Change One Segment in the Accounting Flex Field, Change Quantity 2
10. Click: Add Another Row.
- Change One Segment in the Accounting Flex Field, Change Quantity 2
11. Click: Return / Return.
12. Complete checkout and submit the requisition.
- Receive Confirmation: New Requisition 2743
13.  Switch Responsibility: Core Purchasing.
14.  Navigate to Autocreate.
15.  Autocreate Requisition 2743 using Automatic Autocreate.  Click: Create.
- New Purchase Order PO 16779 is Created
16. Click: Shipments / Distributions.
- Observe: Quantity Field, The Quantity is displayed as a Decimal Number.

Cause

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