Open Qty Is Sometimes Not Correctly Updated On Requisition When PO Qty Is Updated (Doc ID 2226571.1)

Last updated on JANUARY 24, 2017

Applies to:

PeopleSoft Enterprise SCM Purchasing - Version 9.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

Issue:-
Open qty is incorrectly correctly updated on requisitions when PO qty is updated multiple times


Steps To Reproduce the Issue:-
The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. Create Purchase Requisition for inventory item 10000 with Qty 500 EA
2. Source the requisition to create PO.Purchase Order correctly generated for 500 Qty.
3. After sourcing to a Purchase Order, Open Qty is correctly updated to be ZERO on the Requisition.
4.Reduce Purchase Order Qty from 500 to 400.
5.When PO Qty is reduced from 500 to 400 and saved, system is correctly confirming if requisition open qty needs to be increased by 100. Click Yes
5.Requisition distribution is correctly showing Open Qty to be 100.
6.Now PO Qty is further reduced from 400 to 350 and saved, system is correctly confirming if requisition open qty needs to be increased by 50. Click 'No'.
7.Requisition distribution is still correctly showing Open Qty to be 100.Open Qty is rightly not further increased since we selected ‘No’ in last step above.
8.Now PO Qty is increased from 350 to 400 and saved, system is correctly confirming if requisition open qty needs to be decreased by 50. Click 'No'.
9.Requisition distribution is still correctly showing Open Qty to be 100.Open Qty is rightly not decreased since we selected ‘No’ in step above.
10.Now PO Qty is decreased from 400 to 250 and saved, but system is incorrectly confirming if requisition open qty needs to be increased by 100. It should ask for the confirmation to increase open qty by 150. This time ‘Yes’ is clicked.
11.Requisition distribution is incorrectly showing Open Qty to be 200. It should be 250.
Open Qty is not correctly increased when we selected ‘Yes’ in last step.


Cause

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