Last updated on DECEMBER 12, 2016
Applies to:Oracle Contract Lifecycle Management for Public Sector - Version 12.2.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
When the user creates a Req Amendment, either downward or upward, when they check funds the system is not recognizing the delta value. After looking in the database, the system is sending a value of 0 when checking funds.
The user has to save first in order for the delta to be recognized by check funds.
Steps to verify the bug is fixed:
-> 1) Login to CLM iProcurement
-> 2) Create an Amendment
-> 3) On Shopping cart page, change the quantity
-> 4) Click on Amendment Checkout button
-> 5) Click on Edit Lines and then navigate to Billing tab
-> 6) Click on Check Funds button
-> 7) Save the Amendment.
-> 8) Login to CLM Purchasing Super User
-> 9) Navigate to Accounting: SLA -> Accounting Events
-> 10)Search for the transactions for the Amendment
-> 11)Entires should be there for the Funded Amount Changed value
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