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R12: Updating Purchase Order Promised Date Recalculates Tax Incorrectly and Causes Wrong Encumbrance If The Tax Rate is Also Updated (Doc ID 1612222.1)

Last updated on JANUARY 29, 2014

Applies to:

Oracle Purchasing - Version 12.1.3 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
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Symptoms

Change Promised Dates on Purchase Order line recalculates tax incorrectly and causes wrong encumbrance if the tax rate changed.

Steps to reproduce:

1. Change tax rate for a given non-recoverable tax  for example: to 10% from 9% starting 01-JAN-2013.
2. Take an approved, reserved PO before 01-JAN-2013.
3. Update the Purchase Order -PO, set Promised Date to a date after 01-JAN-2013.
4. Tax is recalculated, however, PO encumbered amount is not.
5.  Encumbered amount does not equal the PO ordered amount plus nonrecoverable tax, thus incorrect.

Cause

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