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PO Receipt Is Not Taking The Right Currency Conversion On Foreign Currency Purchase Orders (Doc ID 1589143.1)

Last updated on OCTOBER 09, 2013

Applies to:

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

Symptoms

Unexpected currency conversion when receipting foreign currency Purchase Orders using mobile.

Steps:

1. Define daily conversion rate:
                                 
   conversion type: Spot:
                                          
   USD : CNY =  1 : 6 (0.1677777)                                       
   SGD : CNY =  1 : 2 (0.5)
                                             
2. Restsart Receiving Transaction Manager

2.1 Go to  concurrent-> manager ->define and search for 'Receiving Transaction Manager'                    
2.2 Click button work shifts and change the process to 1            
2.3 Restart the Receiving Transaction Manager
                  
3. set profile RCV: Processing Mode = ONLINE
4. Restart mobile port  
                                            
5. Create a new PO in OU Vision Operations, match options is 'Receipt'                                                          

   currency code: CNY                                              
   conversion type: Spot  
                                          
6. Create a new PO in OU Singapore Distribution Center, match options is 'Receipt'  
                                              
   currency code: CNY                                              
   conversion type: Spot
                                           
7. Receive the first PO in mobile                                  
8. Receive  the second PO in mobile                                
9. Open receiving transaction summary form to check the conversion rate for the two POs                                                    

   The first conversion rate should be 0.1677777                      
   The second conversion rate is not the expected 0.5, but 0.1677777

Cause

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