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SCP Cloud - EBS: Planned Orders Released From Cloud Failed Creating Requisition in EBS (Doc ID 2697597.1)

Last updated on MARCH 12, 2021

Applies to:

Oracle Advanced Supply Chain Planning - Version 12.2.7 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

On : 12.2.7 version, Data Collections in Test instance

When attempting to Create requisitions from a planned order which is extracted from SCP Cloud,
the following error occurs.

ERROR
-----------------------
Transaction Column Name Error Message
 ------------ ------------------ ---------------------------------------
  307981
  Action: Enter an item or item
  description.

  CHARGE_ACCOUNT_ID Charge account is invalid

  Cause: The charge account that
  you entered is invalid.

  Action: Enter a valid charge
  account.

  DELIVER_TO_REQUEST The requester is not an active worker

  Cause: You entered a requester
  who is not a valid worker. Enter:
  Enter a requester who is a valid
  worker.

  ITEM_ID Item is missing, invalid or not stock-
  enabled for the destination
  organization.

  Cause: You entered an item that
  is missing, invalid or not stock-
  enabled for the source organization.
  This is required for a destination type
  of 'INVENTORY.'

  Action: Enter a valid item that
  is stock-enabled for the source
  organization.

  PREPARER_ID Preparer is not an active worker

  Cause: You entered an inactive
  worker as the preparer.

  Action: Enter an active worker
  as the preparer.

  Action: Make the preparer an
  active worker.

  UNIT_PRICE This item is missing a list price in
  the item master setup window. Please
  enter a list price greater than zero
  (0) in the item master.


STEPS
-----------------------
The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. Enter the application.
2. Extract the planned orders from SCP Cloud.
3. Load them to EBS and see that records fail to create requisitions due to above errors.


Cause

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Cause
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