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Fluid Requisition: After Reviewing Distribution Information and Checkout Requisition Some Fields has Been Cleared (Doc ID 2814889.1)

Last updated on MARCH 08, 2022

Applies to:

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


After reviewing distribution information and checkout requisition some fields has been cleared.

When copying a GBP requisition, reviewing the distribution information, make no changes and navigating back to the checkout page. Upon trying to submit the requisitions an error is displayed regarding the distribution information. When going back to review the distribution details, the percentage fields and accounting information has been cleared.


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

1. Go to Requisition tile. Create requisition for Business Unit = ‘GBR01’
2. Go to Requisition default. Set Business Unit to ‘GBR01’, Currency = ‘GBP’, Ship to = ‘GBR01’, Location = ‘GBR01’ and GL Unit = ‘GBR01’
3. Add Special Request Item to amount $1000.00. Add to cart and Checkout
4. Note that VAT was calculated and Order total is $1000.00. Submit
5. Requisition created with VAT
6. Go to My Requisitions. Select requisition created above. Select ‘copy’. Copy GBR requisition.
7. Proceed to Checkout page. Take note of the Merc Amt, Vat and Total values. Click into View Schedule
8. Click either on the Ship to line or the Distribution Icon to access the Distribution details
9. Click on Show all tab
10. Click back on Chartfield 1 tab
11. Cancel out of the page
12. Cancel again to get back to the checkout page
13. Note that the VAT and Order Total has changed
14. Try to submit the Requisition and the follow error is received: “The quantity on line 1, schedule 1 (1) does not match the sum of distributed quantities (0). (10100,11)”
15. Navigate back into the Distribution information / Show all tab. The Percentage field and the account details are no longer showing as populated.




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