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PO Sourcing Error With Vendor Level Item UOM Conversion Rate Override (Doc ID 2350362.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 02, 2018

Applies to:

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

Symptoms


PO Sourcing Error with Vendor level Item UOM Conversion Rate Override

When there is a non-stock Par item and the user is trying to create a requisition and then a Purchase Order.

If the vendor item has a temporary override of the conversion rate of a UOM to std UOM, the override conversion factor is not considered in the creation of the requisition and during PO_POCALC, the request line in question will receive a "Calculated PO Price is greater than the requested price plus the percentage of unit price tolerance" error.


ERROR
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"Calculated PO Price is greater than the requested price plus the percentage of unit price tolerance"

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STEPS
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The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. Item is a non-stock par item
2. The standard conversion rate is shown (30 EA per BOX):
3. At item supplier settings: (temporary conversion rate "Override" (40 EA per BOX):
4. Type Override = 40
5. Item supplier price is defined.
6. Par Create Requests is run, the requisition is created.
7. Issue 1: Calculates the REQ price as Standard Price (from Purchasing Item Attributes) NOT from the override value
8. QTY_REQ_STD = 30 (not 40)
9. Once Req is approved, budget checked, run PO_ AUTO_SRC or the individual processes.
10. Issue 2: During PO_POCALC, the request line in question will receive a "Calculated PO Price is greater than the requested price plus the percentage of unit price tolerance" error



Cause

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