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CLM - Unable To Perform Mod To Move Funds From 1 CLIN To Another Against The Same PR (Doc ID 2584897.1)

Last updated on SEPTEMBER 05, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Contract Lifecycle Management for Public Sector - Version 12.2.6 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

Problem Summary
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CLM - Unable to Perform Mod To Move Funds From 1 CLIN to Another Against the Same PR

Problem Description
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Business requirement to perform a modification in order to move funds from 1 CLIN to another or 1 info slin to another. Both lines are funded by the same PR and the PR has been fully liquidated. Additionally, both lines have been received and invoiced so Unlink Requisition function is not available. Able to successfully decrease the CLIN and distribution, but when trying to increase the other CLIN/distribution, receive an error that there are not sufficient funds on the backing requisition.


ERROR
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Funded Value - Line nnnn, Schedule n, Distribution n - Backing Purchase Requisition of the PO distribution does not have sufficient funds

STEPS
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1. Login to the E-Business Suite and choose the CLM Module.
2. Create Award for 10000 with 2 SLIN funded lines - one for 6000 and one for 4000
3. Both are tied to same Requisition Line
4. Create Modification, reducing SLIN 0001 from 6000 to 4500 (reduce by 1500)
5. Increase funding on SLIN 0002 by 1500 (from 4000 to 5500
6. Same net effect of total of 10000
7. Error is shown

BUSINESS IMPACT
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Expectation is that since Award total is same, should be able to adjust funded values on both SLIN

Cause

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