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Create Intercompany AR Invoice Does Not Use Price Breaks For Lines That Had Been Split During Shipping (Doc ID 2740775.1)

Last updated on OCTOBER 27, 2022

Applies to:

Oracle Advanced Pricing - Version 11.5.10 and later
Oracle Inventory Management - Version 11.5.10 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
INCIAR - Create Intercompany AR Invoice


Find that the Create Intercompany AR Invoice does not honor price list price breaks.
Issue is shown on lines that are invoiced after a split occurred during shipping.

How to Replicate the issue.
A. Setup a price list that will be used during Create Intercompany AR Invoice
     1. Oracle Pricing Manager Responsibility
     2. Navigate To: Price List >  Price List Setup
     3. Add Price List Price Breaks for Item XXXXX
         Price List Price Breaks for Item XXXXX
              1-100       1200.00
         101-200       1100.00

 B. Process Flow to Create Intercompany AR Invoice

     1. Create & Approve an internal Requisition in OU A (Purchasing super user responsibility)
     2. Run the ‘Create Internal Orders’ Program (Purchasing super user)
     3. Run the ‘Order Import’ program in OU B (OM super user)
     4. Order will be created and booked. Ship the Order from OU B (OM Super user)
          During shipping the line was split based on available quantity onhand.
     5. Receive the Item in OU A (Inventory Super user)
     6. Run the Intercompany AR invoice program (Inventory Super user)
         shows 2 lines with the new quantities and new unit price as follows:
             item XXXXX   qty:  75    unit price: 1200
             item XXXXX   qty:  50    unit price: 1200

     * Customer expected unit price to be based off the total quantity(125) of the item from all lines resulting in unit price: 1100.00




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