Actual Cost on the cost plan in the Time Scale Value (TSV) section show the values rounded off to 2 places of decimal (despite the number of decimals selected for display being 5) in CA Project & Portfolio Management (PPM). So, if the actual cost is 1012.34565, the cost plan shows the value as 1012.35000. This issue is observed whether transactions are created via XOG or created via a Manual Transaction.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. In PPM go to Administration->Finance->Processing
2. Uncheck ‘Apply currency precision for rate/cost’ if it is checked
3. Click 'Save'
4. In Classic UI, create a new project with the following populated on the Settings subpage:
5. Add one resource added to the project team
6. Create a task on the project, and assign the resource to the task
7. Create a cost plan on the project
8. Create a Manual Transaction for the project
9. Run the Post Transactions to Financial Job
10. Run the Post to WIP job (Note, if the transaction is in the future, make sure to enter a ‘To Date’ in the date range that covers the transaction period)
11. Go back to the Project’s Cost Plan Detail view
12. Modify the Time Scale Value Decimal Settings:
13. View the Actual Cost in the TSV for the month the transaction was posted for
Expected Results: Actual cost displays with the 5 decimal values entered in the transaction (in this example: 1012.34565)
Actual Results: The last 3 decimals for the Actual cost are 000, and the actual cost is rounded to the second decimal (in this example: 1012.35000)
Note: The issue does not happen for the Cost field in the TSV, if you enter a cost with 5 decimals in the TSV, it displays as expected with the 5 decimal values.
After careful review, it has been determined this issue will not be fixed. This also matches the behavior in the Modern UI / New User Experience (UX), as there are currently no plans to bring over the 5 decimal option. Note: On the back end, the full decimal precision is preserved, this issue just impacts the display in the application.