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R12:AP: Invoice Gets A Line Variance Hold When Vendor Invoice Unit Price Is Rounded, But PO Unit Price Has More Decimal Places Than the Currency. (Doc ID 2467746.1)

Last updated on NOVEMBER 02, 2022

Applies to:

Oracle Payables - Version 12.2.6 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


On : 12.2.6 version, Invoice Issues

Invoice Amount is higher than the total of the Invoice Lines on a matched PO, causing a Line Variance hold.

Vendor Invoice shows unit price is $16.52 for all 3 PO lines.
Quantity shipped times Vendor invoice unit price of $16.52 = $3650.92 
Invoice header amount is $3650.92
But, the Payables Lines total to 3650.036 which has been rounded to $3650.04

Quantity invoiced times the PO unit price of $16.516 = $3650.036 which has been rounded to $3650.04

This causes a LINE VARIANCE hold because the Payables invoice lines do not total to the invoice header.

The Lines come from the price on the PO, and header amount is being entered by the user from the vendor invoice.




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