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iSupplier Portal and BWC, 'NET RECEIVED' Quantity Is Wrong for Multiple Distributions PO (Doc ID 2601477.1)

Last updated on JULY 09, 2020

Applies to:

Oracle iSupplier Portal - Version 12.2.5 and later
Oracle Purchasing - Version 12.2.5 and later
Oracle iProcurement - Version 12.2.5 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

Actual Behavior
In Oracle iSupplier Portal and Purchasing BWC, the 'Net Received' quantity show shipment line amount quantity
even though the 1 shipment line has multiple distribution lines.

Receiving Transactions of PO(Order Quantity:5) which have 2 distribution lines for 1 shipment line
show as below:
PO(N)Receiving > Receiving Transactions Summary
Transaction Type Amount Receipt Line
----------------------------------------------------
Receive 3 97531 1
 Deliver 3 97531 1
Receive 2 97531 1
 Deliver 2 97531 1

iSupplier,Shipments:Receipts page show as below:
iSup(N)Shipments > Receipts > Receipt Transactions
PO Number Shipment Ordered Net Received
------------------------------------------------
7118 1 5 5
7118 1 5 5

Expected Behavior
iSupplier,Shipments:Receipts page should show correct receipt quantity of each distribution lines as below:
iSup(N)Shipments > Receipts > Receipt Transactions
PO Number Shipment Ordered Net Received
------------------------------------------------
7118 1 5 3
7118 1 5 2

Steps to Reproduce

  1. PO(N)Purchasing Orders
    Create 1 shipment line and multiple distribution lines PO and receive it.
    Ordered Quantity:5
    ShipmentNum DistributionNum Quantity
    ------------------------------------------------------
    1 1 3
    1 1 2
  2. iSupplier Portal(N)Shipments > Receipts
    Check the 'Net Received' quantity of the Receipt Transactions field.
    The receipt quantity is 5 but is shows like total receipt quantity is 10.

 

The similar issue is observed in BWC, View Receipts of PO because iSupplier and BWC View Receipts page uses the same View Object - PosRcvRcptsDtlsVO

 

Changes

 

Cause

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