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PRC:PO: Multiple POs Are Created for One Requisition Line (Doc ID 2711430.1)

Last updated on SEPTEMBER 30, 2020

Applies to:

Oracle Fusion Purchasing Cloud Service - Version 11.13.20.07.0 and later
Oracle Fusion Purchasing - Version 11.13.20.01.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

System has allowed buyers to process the same Requisition lines multiple times with full quantity. This leads to a situation where the same Requisition line is purchased with full quantity on multiple Purchase Orders (PO).

Examples:

Case 1
Requisition N, Line 1 is purchased with full qty on three different purchase orders
Purchase Order 1 , Line 1 , Schedule 1, Distribution 1
Purchase Order 2 , Line 2, Schedule 1, Distribution 1
Purchase Order 3 , Line 1, Schedule 1, Distribution 1

Case 2
Requisition T, Line 1 is purchased with full qty on two different purchase orders
Purchase Order 4, Line 10, Schedule 1, Distribution 1
Purchase Order 5, Line 1, Schedule 1, Distribution 1

Case 3
Requisition R, Line 2 is purchased with full qty on two different purchase orders
Purchase Order 6 Line 2 Schedule 1 Distribution 1
Purchase Order 7 Line 1 Schedule 1 Distribution 1

In all of these cases the Requisition link is visible to one PO. But when checking the POs, they all show the link to the same Requisition line.


STEPS TO REPRODUCE
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The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. Enter a Requisition for 1 line with quantity 20
2. Enter a PO for the item on the Requisition in step 1, quantity 20 - associated to Req in step 1
3. Enter another PO for the item on the Req in step 1, qty 20 - associated to Req in step 1
4. Enter another PO for the item on the Req in step 1, qty 20 - associated to Req in step 1
5. Manage Requisitions - search for the Req in step 1, it shows it is only associated to 1 PO
6. Manage Orders - view all 3 POs - all show they are associated to the Req in step 1



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Cause

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