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LCM Validation On 'Third Parties Allowed' Flag In The LCM Shipment Type Set Up Is Incorrect (Doc ID 1516561.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 26, 2020

Applies to:

Oracle Landed Cost Management - Version 12.1.3 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


On : 12.1.3 version, Setups

Problem Summary
LCM validation on 'Third Parties allowed' flag in the LCM shipment type set up is incorrect

Problem Description
Landed Cost calculation should not happen for a PO receipt against a domestic supplier when the "Third parties allowed" flag is set to 'Foreign' in LCM Shipment types set up. System validates this set up but the validation happens during the run of Shipment Interface import program and due to this set up, the receiving transaction gets stuck in rcv_transactions_interface in LC_INTERFACED status and could not be progressed further in case of LCM as a service. And in case of Pre-Receiving flow, system validates this set up and prevents the user from creating the LCM shipment. But PO receipt could not be done as the system expects the LCM shipment to be in place to perform the receipt.

The expected behavior is that the LCM_flag in po_line_locations_all should be set to null or N if the PO is raised for a domestic supplier depending on the "Third parties allowed" flag set up in LCM shipment types. By doing so, none of the LCM validations will happen in both the scenarios - Pre-receiving as well as LCM as a service. Hence PO receipt can be done without the landed cost for a domestic supply when the shipment type has the "Third Parties Allowed" flag set to 'Foreign'.

Steps To Reproduce:

1. Choose an inventory organization which is set to LCM As a Service
2. Define a Shipment type in LCM Shipments workbench with the "Third Parties Allowed flag" as Foreign and associate this shipment type to the profile option INL: Default Shipment Type for Open Interface
3. Create a PO with destination type "Inventory" and ship to org as this LCM organization and the supplier site with an address having a country same as the country of ship to location (which denotes that it is a domestic PO)
4. On approving this PO, LCM_flag in po_line_locations_all will be set to Y which makes the system to do all LCM validations and calculate the landed cost
5. Receive the PO and run the Landed Cost Integration manager. Then run the Shipments Interface import program which will error out with the mes


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