Last updated on JULY 18, 2017
Applies to:Business Intelligence Applications Consumer - Version 220.127.116.11 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
A BPA (Blanket Purchase Agreement) created through the Source system EBS.
The Buyer for this BPA is changed during the BPA’s lifecycle. A new Buyer is created which was not an employee at the time when this BPA record was created.
The SQ query for the OOTB mapping which loads the W_PURCH_ORDER_F table in the SIL_PurchaseOrderFact mapping has the following join condition for picking up data for the BUYER_ID:
LEFT OUTER JOIN W_EMPLOYEE_D_BUYER ON
W_PURCH_ORDER_FS. BUYER_ID = W_EMPLOYEE_D_BUYER.INTEGRATION_ID AND
W_PURCH_ORDER_FS.DATASOURCE_NUM_ID = W_EMPLOYEE_D_BUYER.DATASOURCE_NUM_ID AND
W_PURCH_ORDER_FS.CREATED_ON_DT >= W_EMPLOYEE_D_BUYER.EFFECTIVE_FROM_DT AND
W_PURCH_ORDER_FS.CREATED_ON_DT < W_EMPLOYEE_D_BUYER.EFFECTIVE_TO_DT
For example =>
Consider a BPA created on 01/01/2000 and a Buyer created later which is an employee now and has the EFFECTIVE_FROM_DT as 03/03/2001
Thus with the example the OOTB query condition will be:
(W_PURCH_ORDER_FS.CREATED_ON_DT) – 01/01/2000 >= (W_EMPLOYEE_D.EFFECTIVE_FROM_DT) – 03/03/2001
Thus complete data is not getting picked up by this query.
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