INV_CONVERT.within_deviation 'The quantity entered is higher than the allowed deviation for the item. Please re-enter'

(Doc ID 1917963.1)

Last updated on JUNE 20, 2017

Applies to:

Oracle Order Management - Version 12.1.3 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
*** Checked for relevance on 20-Jun-2017 ***


When a dual UOM controlled config line is associated with a non dual UOM controlled model line, the splitting and/or update (cancel) to quantity on the model is not calculating 
the secondary quantity correctly on the child.

The following error occurs:
INV_CONVERT.within_deviation: Is 2500 between 0 and
780.00078? Sync_dual_qty - tolerance error 1
“The quantity entered is higher than the allowed deviation for the item.
Please re-enter”
1. Create a non dual uom controlled ATO model.                      
2. Create a dual UOM controlled standard item.                      
     In order management check the ATO flag                        
     In Bills of material tab, check the bom allowed check box.    
     In the same tab select "Base Model" as the model created in point 1.                                                            
     Select "configurator model type" as Standard.                  
     Check the Auto-created configuration check box.                
3. Once the items are defined, even now a valid BOM cannot be defined in bills of materials using these two items.                
4. Create sales order line 1.1 with Model line.                    
5. Book the order. Make sure workflow is at "create configuration eligible - notified" status.                                        
6. Now, from actions, select "link config" option                  
7. Dual UOM controlled item comes up in the LOV.                    
8. Select the same.                                                
9. Dual UOM controlled item is linked to non dual UOM controlled model.                                                              
10. Now try to split the lines. (Or cancel a split line).



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