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Partial Receipt Applications And Cross Currency Rate Changes (Doc ID 401458.1)

Last updated on MAY 20, 2024

Applies to:

Oracle Receivables - Version to 12 [Release 11.5.10 to 12.0]
Information in this document applies to any platform.


When a partial receipt application is created then the 'cross currency rate' changes based on what is entered in the 'amount applied' field.

Reproduction steps:

Profile option - AR: Default Exchange Rate Type set to Corporate
Profile option - Journals: Display Inverse Rate Profile set to No  
System Option - Cross Currency Rate Type set to Corporate 
Daily Rates set with Rate Type as Corporate for CAD TO USD = 1.333 
Set of books currency is USD and entered currency is CAD. 

define corporate rate for Jul 11 on the daily rates form: 
CAD to USD = 1.333 
USD to CAD = .7501875469 
- create invoice vici2 CAD$ 107 
- create receipt vicr2 USD$ 143.62, 
in identify by field, enter trans num = vici2 
click on Apply button

- this will show applications window, 
amount applied = 107.00 
allocated receipt amount = 142.63 
cross currency rate = 1.333 
This looks good 
- now go back to amount applied field and change it to 100.00, 
amounts change as : 
amount applied = 100.00 
allocated receipt amount = 142.63 
cross currency rate = 1.4263 
This is the problem : cross currency rate has recalculated when the 'amount applied' amount is changed.

Currently the system behaves as follows:

If the entire amount of the applied amount is not updated then the Cross Currency Rate remains unchanged.

For  partial receipt applications:

If the Allocated Receipt Amount is updated then the Cross Currency Rate is recalculated.

If the Applied Amount is updated then the Cross Currency Rate is recalculated. 

Since the receipt and invoice dates are the same then the cross currency rate should remain the same as the corporate rate defined.You believe 'allocated receipt amount' to change when 'amount applied' is changed.




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