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Internal Order To Expense Receipt Has IOP and EXP Booked at Zero In Destination Organization Instead of Being Booked At Sending Organization Cost (Doc ID 2734272.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 04, 2020

Applies to:

Oracle Process Manufacturing Financials - Version 12.2.7 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

On : 12.2.7 version, Subledger Accounting

ACTUAL BEHAVIOR
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Internal order to expense receipt flow has IOP and EXP accounts getting booked with receiving organization cost  of zero instead of sending organization cost.
Transfer is between two process enabled organizations within the same operating unit. 

Example:
Item code: A
Transaction quantity: 20 KG
Source organization code: ORG1
Source type: Inventory
Item cost in source organization: 3.35
Destination organization code: ORG2
Destination type: Expense
Destination organization has no cost because the item has no inventory transactions in this organization as it is an expense item.

Generated accounting

Source Organization ORG1
D - IOR $ 67.00
C - INV $ 67.00

Destination Organization ORG2
D - EXP $ 0.00
C - IOP $ 0.00


 

EXPECTED BEHAVIOR
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IOP and EXP should be booked in destination organization with source organization cost.
Expected accounting for the scenario:

Source Organization ORG1
D - IOR $ 67.00
C - INV $ 67.00

Destination Organization ORG2
D - EXP $ 67.00
C - IOP $ 67.00

STEPS
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The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. Responsibility: OPM Financials
2. Navigation: OPM Accounting Pre-Processor



Changes

 

Cause

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