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PAXLABSR: Functional Rate Date Type Value Disappears When Tab Is Used To Go To Next Field (Doc ID 2990086.1)

Last updated on JANUARY 09, 2024

Applies to:

Oracle Project Costing - Version 12.2.11 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

User enters information in the Organization Labor Costing Rules form and chooses a cost rate schedule with different currency code as is Functional currency for the Organization.
Functional Date Rate Type and Functional Rate Type shows as mandatory. Fill in Functional Date Rate Type and use Tab to move to next field Functional Rate Type. Functional Date Rate Type value disappears or sometimes value is still there but when Functional Rate Type is filled and use TAB to move to next field, value in Functional rate Date Type disappears.

In version 12.1.3, the currency of the Cost rate schedule is not visible in the LOV and when the same Rate schedule (302 Employee) is chosen, Functional Date Rate Type and Functional Rate Type are not mandatory fields.

Steps:

1.  Using Project Super User responsibility navigate to Setup:Costing > Labor:Organization Labor Costing Rules
2.  Enter information for the costing rule.
3.  Choose a cost rate schedule with different currency code as is functional currency for the organization.
4.  Functional Date Rate Type and Functional Rate Type display as mandatory.
5.  Fill in Functional Date Rate Type and use Tab to move to next field Functional Rate Type.
6.  Functional Date Rate Type value disappears or sometimes the value is still there but when Functional Rate Type is filled use Tab to move to next field and the value in Functional rate Date Type disappears.



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Cause

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