How to keep, in LCM, the charge proration done in the Match Other Charges to Receipt form, in AP (Doc ID 2025109.1)

Last updated on JULY 19, 2016

Applies to:

Oracle Landed Cost Management - Version 12.1.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
Applies To:
Oracle Landed Cost Management - Version 12.1.1 and later, as long as LCM RUP4 is applied.

Goal

Keep, in LCM, the charge proration done in the Match Other Charges to Receipt form, in AP.

Steps
 

LCM Shipment 123
Shipment Line 1 (Receipt Line 1): Item X, Qty 10, Unit Price $7, Total Amount $70
Shipment Line 2 (Receipt Line 2): Item Y, Qty 10, Unit Price $3, Total Amount $30

Freight Cost Factor has Allocation Basis by "Value"

Example 1:
a. In the Match Other Charges to Receipt AP form, a $10 freight amount is automatically prorated (by quantity) into 2 receipt lines of Qty 10 each.
b. Each Line gets $5
c. Then the Invoice is sent to LCM
d. As per standard behavior, the $10 freight amount is reporated into the shipment lines, by their value, like this:
Shipment Line 1: $7
Shipment Line 2: $3
e. With the customization, LCM would keep the proration done in AP, like this:
Shipment Line 1: $5
Shipment Line 2: $5

Example 2:
a. In the Match Other Charges to Receipt AP form, a $10 freight amount is manually prorated into 2 receipt lines
b. Receipt Line 1 gets $2 and Receipt Line 2 gets $8
c. Then the Invoice is sent to LCM
d. As per standard behavior, the $10 freight amount is reporated into the shipment lines, by their value, like this:
Shipment Line 1: $7
Shipment Line 2: $3
e. With the customization, LCM would keep the proration done in AP, like this:
Shipment Line 1: $2
Shipment Line 2: $8

Solution

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