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R11i:AP:APXINWKB Invoice Workbench IPV Calculation is Incorrect when Matched to Purchase Order (Doc ID 299474.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 13, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Payables - Version 11.5.9 to 11.5.10.2 [Release 11.5]
Information in this document applies to any platform.
This problem can occur on any platform.
APXINWKB - Invoice Workbench
APXPMTCH - Match to Purchase Orders

Symptoms

IPV calculation is incorrect in all the following cases:

Case 1:
1. po has 1 shipment and 2 po distributions with different charge ccid's.
2. Tax group containing 5% and 10% taxes is present on shipment.
3. invoice is matched to both the po distributions and tax code changed from group to 5% tax on both the distributions.
4. Now the ipv on first tax distribution should be 10 and second also should be 10, if item is for 100.
5. Currently system is stamping 20(total ipv) on one of the tax distribution. This will cause accrual account to be unbalanced and also ipv calculation is incorrect.

Case 2:
1. po has 1 shipment and 1 po distribution.
2. Tax group containing 5% and 10% taxes is present on shipment.
3. invoice is matched to this po distributions and tax code changed from group to 5% tax.
4. 10% tax is allocated thru allocations form.
5. Now tax on invoice and po are same.
6. Validating the invoice will stamp ipv on second tax distribution.

Case 3:

IPV calculation is incorrect when tax lines are reversed and when invoice is cancelled.

Case 4:

IPV calculation is incorrect when invoice is matched to more than 1 po and both the po's have less number tax codes defined then the tax define on invoice.

Case 5:

IPV calculation is incorrect when invoice is matched to more that 1 po, and one po has more tax codes than on the invoice and the other po has less number of tax codes that invoice.



Cause

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