Hello Group,

We are at MAPICS R6, PTF 6717 and our costing method is Standard Cost. 

We recently noticed that several TW transaction (but not all) that our 
user performed have transaction amount(TRAMT) same as transaction 
quantity(TRQTY) in IMHIST. This has happened only for TW and RW as the 
TRAMT logic for IW is different, so it went through correctly. For the RW 
the difference amount is generated as a variance in INVTXN.

We have reported this issue with MAPICS, but they have not provided a 
right solution. They have asked us to install the latest PCM as they can 
not identify the exact cause and what fix resolve this issue.

Before we go to the level of installing the latest PCM, I will like to 
check with the group whether any one of you encountered a similar 
situation? Even if you have not noticed this until today, please check 
your IMHIST now.


S.P. Selvaraj
Senior I.T. Specialist, Asia Pacific
Tel. Dir (65) 6586-8009, Mobile (65) 9653-4048, IP Phone 4368

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