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Costed BOM Comparison Showing 0 Price For Supplier/Partner (Doc ID 1588421.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 24, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Agile Product Cost Management - Version 9.3.1.0 to 9.3.3.0 [Release 9.3]
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

Actual Behavior

Costed BOM Comparison Report not showing prices for some suppliers/partners
  

Expected Behavior

Report should be showing prices for suppliers/partners

Steps

NOTE: In the steps below the object numbers represent a fictitious sample (based upon made up data used).  Any similarity to actual data is purely coincidental and not intended in any manner.

 

1. Create a Sourcing Project which has the following Assembly structure:

Top Assembly - P1 (Quote As Assembly)
   |----> Sub Assembly - P11 (Quote As Assembly)
        |------>Component - P111    (Quote As Component)
                            | ---- AML1 MFR
        |------>Component - P112    (Quote As Component)
                         |---- AML 2 MFR1
                         |---- AML 3 MFR2
                         |---- AML 4 MFR3
.
2. Add Supplier as Partner in the Sourcing Project's Items tab.
3. Create an RFQ and get a response from the Supplier.
4. Do an Auto-Set As Best, then run the Costed BOM Comparison.
5. Do a Save As on an existing Sourcing Project, and add Partner (same partner added above) in the Items tab.
6. Go to the Analysis tab and do a price lookup from the Sourcing Project.
7. Do Auto-Set As Best, then run the Costed BOM Comparison.
8. Validate the results for the Partner Prices by selecting the values in the Partner/Supplier drop-down.
Report output shows the price details for one supplier and other supplier price details shows as 0.



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