Pricing Engine Selected Secondary Price List of an Expired Primary Price List
(Doc ID 2415163.1)
Last updated on MARCH 04, 2019
Applies to:Oracle Order Management - Version 12.2 and later
Oracle Advanced Pricing - Version 12.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
OEXOEORD.fmb - Sales order Form
OEXOETEL.fmb - Quick Sales Order Form
Finds that when dates are altered for effective date range on price list header records,
upon repricing sales lines an incorrect price list is being selected. It selects the secondary price list
from a primary price list that is expired (past the effective end date date).
One would think that the pricing engine should NOT be allowed to use any secondary price lists attached to an expired primary price list
Expects that instead it will do a BIG SEARCH for all price lists.
The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. Responsibility: Order Management Super User (or equivalent)
2. Navigate to: Orders, Returns > Sales Orders
3. Enter sales order line with pricing date = 16-MAR-2018
5. Find price list on order line has LIST_HEADER_ID:=648190 with LIST_LINE_ID:=1877009
price list = ABC
effective date range: 05-MAR-18 to 16-MAR-18
6. Update effective date range on price lists.
price list = ABC
effective date range: 05-MAR-18 to 15-MAR-18
price list = DEF from 17-MAR-18 to 16-MAR
effective date range: 16-MAR-18 to <null>
price list = Catch-All (catch all others type of price list)
effective date range: 24-APR-17 thru null
7. Reprice order line using pricing date = 16-MAR-2018
Find price list = Catch-All
*Note this price list is a secondary price list to ABC ; ABC is expired on this date 16th March 2018.
Expected to find DEF price list returned
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