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Deliver to Location is Stamped From Other Operating Unit Rather Than MO:Operating Unit (Doc ID 2063352.1)

Last updated on JUNE 10, 2020

Applies to:

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

Symptoms

On : 12.1.3 version, Requisition Creation

ACTUAL BEHAVIOR:
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When attempting to create requisition from iProcurement, deliver to location is stamped from other Operating Unit

EXPECTED BEHAVIOR:
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Deliver to location should be stamped from same Operating Unit which is set at MO: Operating Unit

Due to this wrong deliver to location (which is also mapped to wrong inventory organization), requester gets the error while receiving from iProcurement:

ERROR
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Your receipt could not be created due to unexpected error. Please contact your system administrator with the following information for further assistance.
"rvtptcontrol failed RVTTH-445: Subroutine No transaction Flow defined for these two operating units: <OPERATING UNIT X> and <OPERATING UNIT Y>. Action: Please use Defined Intercompany Transaction flow form to define the transact cannot read value for profile option INV_DEBUG_TRACE in routine &ROUTINE."

STEPS TO REPRODUCE
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1. Set MO: Operating Unit a Operating Unit X at iProcurement Responsibility level
2. Login to iProcurement 
3. Add the items via Catalog or Non Catalog
4. Move to Checkout Page
5. Check that deliver to location is defaulted from <OPERATING UNIT Y> (Location associated to Inventory organization belong to <OPERATING UNIT Y>)
6. Submit the requisition
7. Create a PO from this requisition
8. Login to iProcurement > Receiving
9. While creating receipt, get the above error

Cause

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