R12: AP: Funds Holds Not Applied When Expected Tolerances Ignored (Doc ID 2016434.1)

Last updated on SEPTEMBER 18, 2015

Applies to:

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

Symptoms

Funds holds not applied when expected tolerances ignored after invoice matched to PO.

Steps to reproduce:

Responsibility: Payables
Navigate: Invoices->Entry->Invoices

Step1: Create invoice  
    Base Currency : BC
    Invoice Amount : BC X (where X is a positive number not zero)
    Invoice Exchange Rate = XRI  ( where XRI is a positive number not zero)
    Functional Currency : FC
    Functional Currency Amount : FC FCA  ( where  FCA is positive number not zero)

Step2: Match to PO

    Fund Available for Account is 0
    Encumbrance Amount : FC EA (where EA is a positive number not zero) < FCA 
    PO Amount = BC POA   ( where POA is a positive number not zero)
    Exchange Rate = XRPO ( where  XRPO is a positive number not zero)

Step3: If Click Drop Down Menu : Actions > Check Funds, it should be FAIL
    FUND CHECKS, because Encumbrance Amount = FC EA and Invoice
    Amount in Functional Currency = FC FCA, that is greater than the former.
    Instead, it shows the following message:

        This invoice, line, distribution passed budgetary Control.

    But if not match INVOICE TO PO, then validate invoice, and will meet FUND
    Check hold.


 

 

Changes

   Recently change: applied the following patches
    1) 19266556:R12.PSA.B (PSA Rollup patch)
    2) 18964136:R12.AP.B (AP latest AAD patch)
    3) 19208541:R12.PO.B (PO latest AAD patch)
    4) 19900254:R12.PSA.B

    Before applying above patches, all functional worked fine, either match to PO
    or not match to PO, same case both meet FUND CHECK HOLD when validate
    Invoice.

Cause

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