Last updated on MARCH 12, 2014
Applies to:Oracle Purchasing - Version 12.1.3 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
Sum of Multiple distributions for a PO Line does not equal the PO Line Amount.
For example, using Encumbrance accounting:
Purchase Order number 108267. This PO has 1 line for Quantity of 1 @ Price of 5250.96.
This Line has Multiple distributions.
PO Line Quantity 1 @ 5250.96. This PO Line has 3 distributions (see below)
L1D1 --> Q .55 --> Amount 2,888.03
L1D2 --> Q .33 --> Amount 1,732.82
L1D3 --> Q .12 --> Amount 630.12
The total of these 3 distributions add up to 5250.97 but the Line total is 5250.96.
Expecting the Line total to match the sum of all the distributions of the line.
Steps to reproduce:
1. Create Standard Purchase Order that is approved / reserved with 1 Line with Quantity 1 and Multiple distributions
2. The Purchase Order is later matched and the tax rate at that time is slightly different.
Because of this difference there is a small amount overage in the obligation reversal, etc.
Due to this issue, Purchase Order distributions total not adding up to PO Line total.
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