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R12: Internal Requisition Created Using Min-Max Planning Report and Requisition Import Is Using The Fixed Lot Multiplier Quantity For Order Quantity Which Is Wrong (Doc ID 1382071.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 11, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Purchasing - Version 12.0.6 to 12.1.3 [Release 12 to 12.1]
Information in this document applies to any platform.
ConcurrentProgram:REQIMPORT - Requisition Import


Symptoms

As per standard functionality when 'Min-max planning report' is run this will provide the 'Reorder Quantity' based on the multiple Fixed Lot Multiplier (FLM). If the Source Organization has specified a 'Unit of Issue', the requisition created using Requisition Import will take the 'Reorder Quantity' and factors it by the  UOM inter-class conversion of the UOM specified as 'Unit of Issue' .

Because of the regression from <Bug:7388116>, internal requisitions created using 'Requisition Import' and data inserted on the requisition interface by 'Min-max planning report' will have wrong quantity. Requisition quantity is not the 'Reorder Quantity' factored by the UOM inter-class conversion of the UOM specified as 'Unit of Issue' of Source Organization, it is the quantity of the Fixed Lot Multiplier (FLM) with the UOM of the 'Unit of Issue' which is wrong.


Steps to reproduce:

1. Navigate to Inventory Responsibility > Planning > Min-Max Planning
2. Chose parameters of Min-max planning report
3. Restock parameter to be set on Yes
4. Submit the request
5. Navigate to Purchasing Responsibility > Reports > Run
6. Select Requisition Import process
7. Chose parameters: Source = INV
8. Submit the request
9. Internal Requisition created will have wrong quantity

Changes

 

Cause

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