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Inter-Organization Transfers Are Not Generating Periodic Costing Distributions (Doc ID 2907115.1)

Last updated on NOVEMBER 04, 2022

Applies to:

Oracle Cost Management - Version 12.2.7 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


On : 12.2.7 version, Subledger Accounting

It it indicated Inter-Organization transfers are not generating Periodic Costing Distributions in the Shipping Organization.

After executing the Periodic Average Costing programs, some Transactions Types (e.g. Int Order Direct Ship) do not generate Periodic Distributions for the Shipping Organization transactions, but Periodic Distributions do generate successfully, for the Destination Receiving Organization transactions.

Note, the customer has already checked the costing attributes in Item Master data, however no visible issue was found.

It is interesting that the matter / issue seems to happen in the Shipping Organization only because the Receiving / Destination Organization has the transactions successfully costed and journals created.

The customer expects for all related transactions to process successfully on their system.

The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:

1. Navigate to:

-Responsibility: PO

Menu path : Requisition > Create Type Internal Requisition

Menu path : View > Request > Submit a New Request > Create Internal Orders

2. Change Responsibility to: OM

Menu path : View > Request > Submit a New Request > Order import

Menu path : Perform Direct organization transfer

Run Iterative Periodic Average Costing (IPAC)

Run Periodic Cost Distributions Processor

3. Change Responsibility to: CST

Menu path : Change Organization >

Menu path : SLA > Periodic Costing > View Transactions > Material and Receiving Transactions > Find Transactions

Parameters: Legal Entity:

Organization Cost Group:

Select Material and Receiving transaction type Int Order Direct Ship > menu Tools > View Accounting > Select Cost Type

4. Perform a check of the system and see the issue mentioned above.




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