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Price is Changing to Negative On Sales Order Line (Doc ID 2709362.1)

Last updated on SEPTEMBER 14, 2020

Applies to:

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

Symptoms

On : 12.1.3 version, Pricing, Discounting & Charges

ACTUAL BEHAVIOR
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Price is changing to negative on sales order
We have reviewed the order and noticed that a manual adjustment was made that resulted in negative amount.
The workaround is to save the record first and then change the price.
 
EXPECTED BEHAVIOR
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Expect user does not need to save the record first.

STEPS
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The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. Enter Item details.
2. Without saving the record change the price to 0.

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Sales Order Analyzer output shows

Order Lines

Line Line ID  Item Name  Ordered QTY Ordered UOM Selling Price List Price
1.1  77682146 90012-001            1          EA         -8810       9000

Applied Line Price Adjustments

Price Adj ID LINE List Line ID List Line Type Arith Op OPERAND Adjusted Amount
54883308      1.1         6009 DIS            NEWPRICE       0           -9000
54883309      1.1     32538249 DIS            NEWPRICE     190           -8810



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List Line Analyzer output shows

Name: MANUAL OVERRIDE

Modifier No: 6009
Modifier Type: Discount
Automatic: N
Override: Y
Pricing Phase: List Line Adjustment
Incompatibility Group: <blank>
Bucket: <blank>
Product Attribute: All Items
Product Attribute Value: ALL
Precedence: 315
Application Method: New Price
Value: 0


Name: 00022225-2-DIAG-Reagent Rental-DISC

Modifier No: 32538249
Modifier Type: Discount
Automatic: Y
Override: Y
Pricing Phase: List Line Adjustment
Incompatibility Group: LVL 1
Bucket: 1
Product Attribute: INVENTORY_ITEM_ (PRICING_ATTRIBUTE1)
Product Attribute Value: 2604431
Precedence: 220
Application Method: New Price
Value: 190

Changes

 

Cause

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