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Distribution Amounts are Re-calculated on Request For Quote(RFQ) Resulting in Discrepancy Between Requisition and RFQ Merchandise Amounts. (Doc ID 2831131.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 31, 2021

Applies to:

PeopleSoft Enterprise SCM Purchasing - Version 9.2 to 9.2 [Release 9]
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Distribution amounts are re-calculated on Request For Quote(RFQ) resulting in discrepancy between requisition and RFQ merchandise amounts.

Replication Steps: Please use the exact amounts for the test as below.
1.    Navigate to Requisitions > Create Requisition,Click on Special Request
2.    Enter Item Description, qty (1), category code,UOM, Supplier id,Price = 10008031.00.Select RFQ required on line.
3.    Click on Distribution and select Distribute by = ‘AMT’
4.    Enter 3 distribution lines each for ( please use the exact amounts as below)
5.    Save and submit requisition.
6.    Create RFQ by coping the requisition created .Navigation: Purchasing > Request for Quotes > Add/Update RFQs.
7.    Create supplier response for the RFQ.Navigation: Purchasing > Request for Quotes> Add/Update Supplier Responses.
8.    Enter the RFQ entered above and Click the Search button
9.    Enter Qty = 1 and Price = 10008031
10.  Click the Supplier Responded checkbox.
11.  Click the Save button.
12.  Award Item List to Supplier.Navigation: purchasing > Request for Quotes> Award Quotes.
13.  Click the Create PO/Contract tab.
14.  Click the Create Form Type drop-down list.
15.  Select Contracts RFQ /Resp. Currency from the drop-down options
16.  Navigate to the bottom of the page
17.  Click the Distribution hyperlink
18.  Note down the Merchandise Amounts which are different from Requisition.
           a. 111089.14
           b. 5876715.80
           c. 4020226.05


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