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Unable To Receive Internal Req / ISO RVTII-060 Interclass Conversion Between USD And IS Not Defined (Doc ID 1442703.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 08, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Inventory Management - Version 12.1.3 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
***Checked for relevance on 03-March-2016***


When attempting to receive an Internal Requisition (Req) / Internal Sales Order from one organization to another organization
(for example: organization <Org1> to organization <Org2>) the following error occurs in Manager (US) custom Responsibility:

The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. From the Responsibility Custom Manager (US)
2. Navigate to Inventory > Transactions > Receipt
3. Query the requisition
4. Choose the Find button
5. Mark the box next to the line
6. Assign a Sub-inventory and Locator
7. Save

What has been checked
. This is NOT an intercompany Internal Requisition, the sending and destination organization belong to the same Operating unit and have same set of books and functional currency.  In the org_organization_definitions table they have the same OPERATING_UNIT and same SET_OF_BOOKS_ID.  So this is not an issue of missing currency conversions between different currencies.

. This is NOT a Unit of Measure (UOM) conversions issue as the UOM and primary UOM are the same;
UNIT_OF_MEASURE and PRIMARY_UNIT_OF_MEASURE are EACH in the Rcv_Transactions_Interface table.

. Profile INV: Inter-Organization Currency Conversion is set at the site level.(<Note 782714.1>)

. When receiving the same Internal Requisition in the PO Super User (US) Responsibility RVCTP completes successfully!

. Following <Note 397362.1> Multi Org Access Control (MOAC) in Oracle Purchasing
the following profile options have been checked:
MO: Security Profile 
MO: Default Operating Unit
MO: Operating Unit
In both responsibilities they have the same values.




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