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Purchase Order (PO) will Close when the Purchase Order Schedule is Partially Matched (Doc ID 1511804.1)

Last updated on APRIL 26, 2021

Applies to:

PeopleSoft Enterprise SCM Purchasing - Version 9 to 9.1 [Release 9]
Information in this document applies to any platform.



In Purchase Order(PO) Reconcillation Workbench PO is Qualified for closure for even if PO schedule is not fully matched.

Steps to Reproduce the issue:

1)-Create a PO, for Qty 1 and Amount 100, budget check and dispatch it. Use adhoc Items.
2)-Create a receipt to fully receive the PO.
3)-Create a voucher, copy from receipt, qty = 0.3333.
4)-Adjust the voucher total amount to USD 33. Also, adjust the lines and distribution amounts to USD 33.
5)-Save the voucher.
6)-Manually update the Voucher line unit price to 100.
7)-Click "OK" when see the above message.
8)-Create another voucher again, same as before, copy from receipt, qty = 0.3333.
9)-Run matching and budget check on these vouchers.
10)-Both vouchers are matched and budget check "Valid".
11)-Create the third voucher, copy from the same receipt. This time, explicitly change the Qty to 0.3333.
12)-Adjust the amounts to USD 34. Save the voucher. Manually update the Unit Price to 100. Select "Finalize" at distribution. Save the voucher again.
13)-Also, run matching and budget check on this voucher.
14)-This voucher can be matched and budget check "Valid".
15)-Review the PO schedule match status and the Receipt line match status to confirm status is Partially Matched.
16)-Notice that both PO schedule and receipt line match status are "Partial".
17)-Review the PO schedule matched qty and amount as below.
18)-Notice that the Qty matched is 0.9999, while the PO schedule Qty is 1.
19)-Approve and post all the vouchers.
20)-Use PO Reconciliation Workbench, try to close the entire PO.
21)-The PO is qualified for closing even the PO schedule is partially matched.






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