(Doc ID 965636.1)

Last updated on SEPTEMBER 08, 2016

Applies to:

Oracle Freight Payment, Billing, and Claims - Version: 5.5.05 - Release: 5.5
Information in this document applies to any platform.


-- Problem Statement:

On 5.5.05 when a Voucher exists and the cost of the shipment is changed, a new voucher is created to reflect that change. However the new voucher should only contain the value of the change, in this case the new voucher includes the summed cost of the original cost plus the new cost.

Expect the new voucher to contain the value of the adjustment.

-- Steps To Reproduce:

1 - Log on to an OTM 5.5.05 system

2 - Navigate to Order Management > Order Release > Order Release

3 - Create an Order Release.

4 - Plan the Order Via Actions > Build Shipment - Buy > Direct.

5 - Shipment is created with a cost for example 27.66 USD and GL codes were assigned.

6 - From the Shipment click on Actions > Settlement > Create Invoice

7 - Invoice is created for 27.66 USD.

8 - From the Invoice, Approve the Invoice via Actions > Approve Invoice.

9 - In the next screen click Finished.

10 - Close the UI and return to the Invoice Manager screen.

11 - Click Actions > Allocate Voucher.

12 - Voucher is created for 27.66 USD.

13 - Add an extra cost to the Shipment. Navigate to: Transportation Planning and Execution > Shipment Management > Buy Shipments > Searched for and Edit the Shipment.

14 - Click on the Financials tab.

15 - Click on New Shipment Cost and set the following:
Cost Type: Accessorial
Shipment Cost: 20 USD

16 - Save and click Finished on the Shipment.

17 - Return to the Shipment and click on Actions > Settlement > Invoice Adjusted Costs.

18 - A message is displayed that the Invoice has been updated.

19 - Click on the link to the Invoice.

20 - From the Invoice click on Actions > Auto Approve Adjusted Costs.

21 - A new Voucher is created

22 - The new Voucher is for a cost of 27.66 USD. which is incorrect, the new voucher should be for 20 USD


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