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Unable To Create Requisition From the Planner Workbench (Doc ID 817551.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 01, 2022

Applies to:

Oracle Advanced Supply Chain Planning - Version 10.7 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
EXECUTABLE:POCIRM - Requisition Import


On 12.0.6 in Test:
After releasing Planned Orders from the Planners Workbench
to create internal requisitions, the output of the Requisition Import
concurrent request shows the following:

"...No requisitions were created.
No. of requisition lines in error = 1."

To further investigate the issue, the following note was used:
<Note.567987.1> How To Capture Diagnostic Information For Supply Chain Workbench Release Issues.
After following the diagnostic steps provided in the note,
the following error was seen in the PO_REQUISITIONS_INTERFACE_ALL
table both before and after the data was processed:

"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."

Internal Requisitions are created when planned orders
are released from the workbench.

The issue can be reproduced with the following steps:
1. Log in to Advanced Supply Chain Planner responsibility.

2. View plan output in Planners Workbench.
NAV: Supply Chain Plan -> Workbench -> Query Supply/Demand for the Plan.

3. Click in the 'For Release' check box next to the
Planned Order(s) to be released and Save the action.

4. Release the Planned Order.
NAV: From the drop down menus choose:
Plan -> Release.

5. Log in to Purchasing responsibility.

6. View the Requisition Import concurrent request.
NAV: From the drop down menus choose:
View -> Requests -> All My Requests -> Find.

6. Click on the View Output button.

User cannot create Internal Requisitions.



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