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PAC Costing Problem: Transaction Stuck in the MTI MTL_Transactions_interface: The PAC Periodic Update Transaction Fails with Error Message 'NO OPEN PERIOD FOUND FOR DATE ENTERED' (Doc ID 2023514.1)

Last updated on APRIL 18, 2023

Applies to:

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


On : 12.1.3 and R12.2.4 versions, Inventory Costing

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The PAC Costs are calculating incorrectly.

The costs to be calculated correctly

The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1- Create new item
2- Open PO with this item (Quantitiy: 10, unit_price: 10)
3- Match PO to Invoice (Quantitiy: 10, unit_price: 15)
4- System create an IPV on invoice as 50 TL( Turkish Lira).
5- Run costing programs.
6- System calculate unit cost as 10TL.
  The correct cost is 15TL for one sample.

 1. Run Periodic Cost Update
 2. Find that the transactions inserted into the Transaction Open Interface mtl_transactions_interface table
 are failing with error = No Open Period
 Note: Customer working with PAC since 2008. Customer updates Periodic Cost
 Update for closed inventory periods. The update is taking place in customer
 master organization GLO (organization_id = 103)  for which customer never
 opened any period.
 Customer notes: " transaction open interface is Periodic Cost Update which
 should evaluate the transaction date against the periodic period and not the
 inventory period."
 Support Notes: Inventory Code inspected and should be skipped over for PAC
 process when transaction type is for a PAC interface row.
 The issue has the following business impact:
 Due to this issue, users cannot cost transactions in error



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