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Change Request Acceptance Notification Shows Unit Price Truncated To 2 Decimals (Doc ID 2258633.1)

Last updated on JANUARY 03, 2023

Applies to:

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



Requisition Change Request Acceptance Notification shows price truncated to 2 decimals.


Expected, the Unit Price in the Notification to reflect to correct Unit Price for the Line that was cancelled.


1.Navigate to iProcurement Responsibility -> iProcurement Home page -> Shop -> Non-Catalog Request
2.Create Non Catalog Requisition, with Unit Price of 0.12345678
3.Approve Requisition
4.Navigate to Purchasing Superuser -> Buyer Work Center -> Requisitions
5.Query up the Requisition xxxxx and Add to Document Builder. Enter supplier and click on Create button
6.Approve PO xxxxxxx
7.Log in as Requester
8.Navigate to iProcurement Responsibility -> iProcurement Home page -> Requisitions
9.Select the Requisition/Order and click the Change button
10.Click the Cancel Line box. Enter Reason. Click Next button.
11.Click Submit button
12.Got confirmation message: Your change request(s) for Requisition xxxxx has been submitted for processing.
13.Workflow Background runs
14.Log in as Buyer
15.Purchasing super user -> Purchase Orders -> Pending Purchase Order Changes
16.Select the purchase order and click the Respond to Changes button
17.Select Response as Accept. Enter Reason. Click Submit button
18.As the Buyer on the purchase order, Navigate back to the Home page
19.From Worklist, Click on Full List
20.Select All Notifications option. Click Go button
21.Click the Recent notification for the change request that was approved
22.Notification displays. The Unit Price for the Cancelled Line shows 0.12 which is incorrect.




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