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PRC:POZ: 20C Update- Supplier Issues (Doc ID 2701202.1)

Last updated on JUNE 10, 2022

Applies to:

Oracle Fusion Supplier Model Cloud Service - Version and later
Oracle Fusion Supplier Model - Version and later
Oracle Fusion Purchasing Cloud Service - Version and later
Oracle Fusion Purchasing - Version and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Due to functionality changes, there have been issues identified after the 20C update which impacts customers who took the update in August and September, 2020.  
This document is specific to the supplier module and is a consolidated list of issue identified because of this design change. 
These issues do not impact customers updating to 20C in October 2020

Issue 1:

After upgrading to 20C, when attempting to do a Supplier Sites Import via Integration / FBDI, the following error is observed in the Supplier Site Import Error PDF

Rejection Reason:  An error occurred. Contact your help desk.

Steps to Reproduce:
1. Prepare Supplier Sites FBDI Template
2. Generate the .csv File(s)
3. Login into Fusion Applications 
4. Run Load Interface File for Import
5. Run Import Supplier Sites
6. Process Completes in Error
7. Open Error PDF From Process ID
8. Observe Above Error

NOTE: The same applies to automated integration processes that also leverage the Import Supplier Sites Functionality

Issue 2:

After upgrading to 20C, users with Manage Supplier Web Service privilege are unable to create/update supplier site without Supplier Administrator /Supplier Manager roles using web service.

Issue 3:

After upgrading to 20C, the "Promote to Spend authorized" button on edit supplier page is visible to users who have view only access to the page. The user will be able to submit spend authorized requests for a prospective supplier.

Steps to Reproduce:
1. Procurement- Supplier -> Search to View
2. User with View access is able to see the "Promote to Spend authorized" button.


This issue occurs after 20C ( Update.


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