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UNIT_PRICE in Table JAI_IRN_DETAILS And UNIT_PRICE in Table JAI_TAX_LINES Are Not Matching When The UNIT_PRICE Of The Item is More Than 3 Decimals (Doc ID 2928642.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 16, 2023

Applies to:

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

Symptoms

ACTUAL BEHAVIOR  
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UNIT_PRICE in Table JAI_IRN_DETAILS And UNIT_PRICE in Table JAI_TAX_LINES Are Not Matching When The UNIT_PRICE Of The Item is More Than 3 Decimals.

EXPECTED BEHAVIOR
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UNIT_PRICE in Table JAI_IRN_DETAILS And UNIT_PRICE in Table JAI_TAX_LINES should match.

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

1. Create a Sales Order (N) > Oracle Order management > Orders,Returns > Sales Order.
2. Populate the Header and Line details. Lets Say Quantity 989 and
UNIT_PRICE 252.87385.
3. Navigate back to Header .Tools > India Tax Details.
4. Add Taxes.
5. Book the order.
6. Pick Release and Ship Confirm the same.

Check the below tables

JAI_TAX_LINES
UNIT_PRICE TRX_LINE_QUANTITY JAI_LINES_TAXABLE_AMT
252.87385 989  250092.24
JAI_IRN_DETAILS
UNIT_PRICE QUANTITY TOTAL_AMOUNT ASSESSABLE_AMOUNT
252.874 989 250092.39 250092.24

Changes

 

Cause

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