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Receipt Open Qty For Ancillary Item On PO Procurement Group Inquiry Page Is Showing Wrong Values (Doc ID 2564849.1)

Last updated on MAY 21, 2021

Applies to:

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


Receipt Open Qty for Ancillary Item on PO Procurement Group Inquiry page is showing wrong values.

Procurement Group Inquiry pages under Purchasing is showing received qty as Open qty for non-Primary item even though it has been fully received and interfaced to Asset management.

The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:

1. Setup Purchasing Options to have Allocate Purchasing Group checked.
2. Create Procurement Groups
3. Created a new Requisition using the above Goods item and a service item as non-primary.
  Line 1. : Item DSS_DESKTOP_MAC Qty -10, Procurement Group: PG001, Primary = Y, Unit Allocation: 1
  Under distribution: Select the AM BU= US001, Profile ID = COMPUTERS and Capitalize = Y
  Line 2: Item EX2016, Qty = =10, Procurement Group : PG001, Primary : N, Unit Allocation : 1
  Under distribution: Select the AM BU= US001, Profile ID = COMPUTERS and Capitalize = Y
  Save Requisition and validate KK
4. Source the Requisition to PO.
  Approve, Budget check and Dispatch PO
5. Receive 5 units of Goods item- DSS_DESKTOP_MAC and move it to AM. Save Receipt.
6. Receive 5 units of Service Item EX2016 and move it to AM. Save Receipt.
7. Verify from the Procurement Group Inquiry under Asset Management for PG001. 5 Assets got created for each line receipts.
  One Good associated to one receipt item
8. When we check the Procurement Group Inquiry under Purchasing:
  For goods item receipt of 5 Qty the Open Qty is showing 0. Which is fine as 5 Assets got created in AM.
  But for Service Item receipt of 5 Qty associated to Goods item, the Open Qty is showing as 5.
  Which is wrong as all 5 units have been associated to Goods item in AM for 5 different Assets.

NOTE: In the test above ALL data represent a fictitious sample. Any similarity to actual persons, living or dead, is purely coincidental and not intended in any manner.




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