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GST Tax invoice number populated before shipment (Doc ID 2794347.1)

Last updated on JULY 24, 2021

Applies to:

Oracle Financials for India - Version 12.1.1 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

Issue description
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GST Tax invoice number is getting populated for non shippable line which is
part of a ship set , but that line is not yet shipped. The ship set consist of both shippable and non-shippable lines.

Sample / Example case
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Sales order ABC has 4 lines as 1,2,3 and 4.
Line 2 and 3 are for item "XYZ-Service" which are non shippable lines.
Line 1 and 4 are for item as "VIRMIN", these are shippable lines.
Shippable lines are stamped with SHIPPABLE_FLAG=Y in oe_order_lines_all table.
In this order only line 1 is shipped and after shipping tax invoice number generated on line 1 and line 2(non shippable) as line 2 is part of same ship set.
But tax invoice number also got generated on line 3 despite of fact that its corresponding shippable line i.e. line 4 is not yet shipped.

Steps to replicate
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1. Create a sales order which consists of 4 lines ( consider below example)
where two are shippable lines and rest two are non shippable lines.
2. Group one shippable and non-shippable line in a ship set(say ship set#1).
3. Group another shippable and non-shippable line in another ship set(say ship set #2)
4. Book the sales order.
5. Pick release and ship confirm the shippable line which is part of ship set1
6. Open tools-India tax details form where tax invoice number got populated
for the shipset where the line belongs to shipset which is not yet shipped.

Expected Behavior
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Expectation is such that tax invoice number should get populated only after shipment
for the respective line.

 

Cause

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