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

Last updated on JUNE 28, 2017

Applies to:

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

*** Checked for relevance on 07-May-2013 ***


Symptoms

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:

MESSAGE
----------------
"...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:

ERROR
-------------
"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."


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


STEPS
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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.


BUSINESS IMPACT
----------------------------
User cannot create Internal Requisitions.


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Cause

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