Credit Checking Using Operating Unit Default Limits When Credit Check Is Not Enabled At Customer Site Or Account level
(Doc ID 1490376.1)
Last updated on AUGUST 25, 2020
Applies to:Oracle Order Management - Version 12.1.3 and later
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Find that Credit Check is NOT enabled at the site or account level for the customers but the credit checking is picking the operating unit default limit set at Operating Unit .
Expected is if the Credit Check is NOT enabled at the site or account level it should not go to the Operating Unit default limits,
The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1.Define Credit Limits at Operating Unit Level (OM User -> Setup ->Credit-> Define Credit Profiles; Choose Credit Profile type as ‘Operating Unit Default' and for the OU set limits for the currency used.
2. Create a Credit Check Rule and assign it to Transaction Type at Booking Event.
3. Uncheck Credit Check at Customer / Site level.
4. Create a SO and book it (order amount greater than available Exposure). Observe that Orders goes on Credit failure hold due to Default Limit even though the Credit Check is NOT enabled at the site or account level.
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