When Ordered Quantity UOM and Shipping Quantity UOM are Different, Shipped Qty is Calculated in Decimal Value with Precision 9
Last updated on DECEMBER 19, 2017
Applies to:Oracle Order Management - Version 12.1.3 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
<Patch 14005335:R12.ONT.B> was applied to solve the error in the Interface Trip Stop log:
"The quantity cannot be a decimal number in the primary unit of measure of the item. The item is setup as indivisible in the primary unit of measure."
After applying <Patch 14005335:R12.ONT.B> the Interface Trip Stop concurrent program completes successfully, but the shipped quantity on the order line changes to 645.000000001 (9 decimal places).
<Patch 14465960:R12.ONT.B> was created to replace patch 14005335:R12.ONT.B
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