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Partner Level Expense Profiles Are Not Removed From A PO When The Partner Is Removed (Doc ID 2244345.1)

Last updated on MARCH 02, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Retail Merchandising System - Version 14.0.1 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Partner expenses are not removed from a purchase order (PO) when the partner is removed from the PO.The PO is created initially such that it contains a partner level expense profile for a partner related to the PO supplier.

Steps to Reproduce

  1. Create country level and supplier level expenses.
  2. Associate the partner, lading and discharge ports to the supplier using Supplier Import Attributes [supimprt] screen.
  3. Create a partner level expense profile for the partner, country, lading and discharge port using Expense Profile Maintenance [expprof] screen.
  4. Create a new item, associating the supplier to the item, and the country to the item/supplier.
  5. Verify all expenses ,including partner expenses are now associated to the item.
  6. Create a new PO for the supplier.
  7. Verify that the partner, lading and discharge ports are assigned to the PO.
  8. Verify the item on the PO has the partner level expense assigned.
  9. Remove the partner using Order-Attributes screen and press ok.
  10. Note the message displayed “The factory,agent ,purchase type,lading port and /or discharge port has changed ,which will result in reapplication of item expenses on the order”.
  11. Verify if the expenses have been removed for this partner on Order Location Expense Maintenance [ordexp] screen.
  12. Note the expenses are still present.
  13. The partner is removed from ORDHEAD table ,however ORDLOC_EXP still has expense component data for this partner.


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