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GST: Sales Order Delivery And Receivables Invoice Picking Wrong Exchange Rate for Taxes from Sales Order Date Instead of Shipment Date (Doc ID 3009013.1)

Last updated on MARCH 14, 2024

Applies to:

Oracle Financials for India - Version 12.2 and later
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Incorrect exchange rate defaulted for taxes on sales order delivery and receivables invoice from sales order date. It is expected that both the transaction should account taxes using exchange rate from sales order shipment date.

The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. Raise an export sales order with foreign currency.
     India Local Order Management->Order Management->Orders, Returns-> Sales Orders
2. Go to Tools->India Tax Details and apply taxes.
3. Book the order and perform Pick release.
     Shipping->Release Sales Order
4. Perform Ship Confirm on a date later than the order date.
     Shipping-> Transactions
5. Review taxes on Delivery and observe that exchange rate from sales order date is defaulted. 
      Shipping-> Transactions-> Delivery-> Tools -> India Tax details
6. Run Auto-invoice and import Accounts Receivables (AR) invoice.
      India Local Receivables-> Interfaces->Autoinvoice
7. Review Taxes on AR invoice workbench and observe that exchange rate from sales order date is defaulted.
      Oracle Receivables-> Transactions-> Tools -> India Tax details


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