E1: 43: P43081 Approvers and released time not displayed in correct order (Doc ID 1934369.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 25, 2016

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Procurement and Subcontract Management - Version 9.1 to 9.1 [Release 9.1]
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

On : 9.1 version, Procurement
P43081 Work with approval status summary

ACTUAL BEHAVIOR
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In the scenario wherein the highest level approver happens to be the originator of the purchase order and the order is auto approved, in work with approval status summary screen the same approver is not listed at the bottom of the list and also have the released time populated incorrectly.


EXPECTED BEHAVIOR
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In the scenario wherein the highest level approver happens to be the originator of the purchase order and the order is auto approved, in work with approval status summary screen the same approver needs to be listed at the bottom of the list and should also have the released time populated correctly.


STEPS
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1.In P43008 create the approval level code HK for from amount of 1, 2001,10001 and 100001.
2.The highest level approver “employee” is also going to be the originator of the purchase order.
3.Setup the approval code in the processing options of P4310.
4.The originator creates 3 different orders . They are 1109-OP, 1110-OP and 1112-OP.
5.As per design all the 3 orders are auto approved.
6.However view all the 3 orders under Work with Approval status summary.
7.Notice that the highest approver in this case[employee] is NOT listed at the bottom of the list.
8.Also the Released time for the highest approver is earlier that one of the other approvers on the list which is incorrect.This too needs to be the last time stamp in the que.
9.The order of the approvers listed in the "Work With Approval Status Summary" should be the same as the order in the setup "Approval Level Revisions".
10.The released time should be all the same OR in the same chronological order as in the setup.



Cause

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