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Incorrect Currency Conversion Rate derived on Auto Create form when Requisition Referencing CPA while using non-functional Currency (Doc ID 2862417.1)

Last updated on OCTOBER 12, 2023

Applies to:

Oracle Purchasing - Version 12.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


On : 12.2 and above version, Purchase Order


Incorrect Currency Conversion Rate is derived in AutoCreate Form  when Supplier , Supplier Site , CPA (Sourcing Document)  are using non-functional Currency.

Issue observed during following Scenario.

1.) Both Supplier , Supplier Site are  using non-functional Currency
2.) CPA is used as Source Document for the Requisition and Supplier Site currency used in CPA as Currency.


In Customer case,
1.) USD is the functional currency
2.) Invoicing currency at supplier level is CNY and on supplier site level is EUR.  (Both CNY,EUR are non-functional Currency )
3.) Currency on the CPA is EUR

 Purchase Requisition referencing to the CPA and when Auto-Creating standard PO from this requisition, the currency remains EUR, but the rate defaulted by the system is  CNY-USD rate where as EUR-USD is expected.

Correct conversion Rate need to be populated in the AutoCreate form.

Steps to Reproduce


1.) From Purchasing Responsibility, Create a CPA in non functional currency and approve it.

2.) Create a Requisition Referencing this CPA and Approve it.

3.) In the Auto Create form, observe incorrect conversion rate is populated.





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