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R12: AP: Find Invoices Window Does Not Show End Dated Operating Units in the List of Values LOV (Doc ID 2997636.1)

Last updated on JANUARY 19, 2024

Applies to:

Oracle Payables - Version 12.0.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

After end dating an operating unit, when navigating to the Invoices-Inquiry-Invoices Find window, the system does not show the end dated operating unit in the List of Values LOV. Understandably, the user should not be able to enter new invoices for this end dated operating unit, however, they should be able to query old invoices. The system does allow transactions for the end dated operating unit to be queried in the payments window so the system should be consistent.

Steps to Reproduce
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#1 - Resp: Vision Operations (USA)
Nav: Invoices-Inquiry-Invoices

In the Invoice section of the Find Invoices window, from the Terms field, used the LOV and selected Operating Unit.

Click the list of values LOV for the Operating Unit field and the following operating units are returned:
Vision Corporation
Vision Operation

#2 - Resp: Human Resources (Process Operations)
Nav: Work Structures-Organization-Description

In the Find Organization window

Entered Name=Vision Corporation
Click Find (B) button

In the Organizations window entered:
Date To: 01-JAN-2024 <--- End dated the OU.

Clicked OK to proceed with Save.

#3 - Resp: Vision Operations (USA)
Nav: Invoices-Inquiry-Invoices

In the Invoice section of the Find Invoices window, from the Terms field, used the LOV and selected Operating Unit.

Click the list of values LOV for this Operating Unit field and only Vision Operation is returned.
Vision Corporation should also be returned in order to query on older invoices.



Cause

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