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Contract Price Adjustment is not Getting Sourced Correctly to Purchase Order when Quantity is Less than 1 (Doc ID 3012861.1)

Last updated on MARCH 28, 2024

Applies to:

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

Symptoms

When create requisition where procurement contract is defaulted, the price adjustment on the requisition item line is correct for the quantity that is less than 1. But when sourcing requisition to purchase order (PO), the new price adjusted is not reflected in the PO item line price and is wrongly created with the original price.



The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. Add a new Contract (Procurement Contracts->Add/Update Contract).
2. Enter all required information.
3. Click on Price Adjustment for the Line.
4. Calculation Method is Increment Adjustments. Method select General Adjustment. Enter 10 for Percentage.
5. Click OK.
6. Click on Line Details.
7. Minimum Line Quantity is less than 1.  Set it to 0.01.
8. Click OK.
9. Update status to Approved and save the contract.
10. Navigate to Purchasing Item Attributes (Items-->Define Items-->Purchasing Item Attributes).
11. Bring up our item.
12. Click on Item Supplier Tab.
13. Click on Item/Supplier UOM.
14. Minimum Quantity is set to 0.01 for both Unit of Measure and UOM Price Attributes.
15. Click OK and Save the page.
16. Add a new requisition (Purchasing-->Requisitions-->Add/Update Requisitions).
17. Add 2 lines for the item. Line 1 will have a qty of 1. Line 2 will have a qty of .5. Note the new price adjustment is appearing.
18. Click on Contract tab. Ensure that our contract defaulted.
19. Save the requisition.
20. Run AUTOSOURCE (Purchasing-->Purchase Orders-->Stage/Source Requests--> PO AUTO SOURCING).
21. Navigate to Sourcing Workbench.
22. Bring up our requisition.
23. Make note of the PO number assigned.
24. Bring up the PO created in Add/Update POs (Purchasing-->Purchase Orders-->Add/Update POs).
22. Note that Line #2 reverted back to the non-adjusted price since the qty is less than 1. Line #1 retained the correct adjusted price since the qty is 1.

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