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PRC: PO: Edit Contract Agreements: If Blanket Purchase Agreement Is Created From A Negotiation/Is Associated To A Contract, After A Change In Header Contract Terms, Should The System Update The Contract Automatically? (Doc ID 2801709.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 14, 2023

Applies to:

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


Edit Contract Agreements


If a Purchase Blanket Agreement is created from a negotiation, after a change in Edit Blanket Agreements > Contract Terms, for example, uploading a file with the newest contract Terms from the Supplier,  Should the system go back to the associated Contract  and update the terms in the Contract automatically?

Currently, associated Contract is not being updated.

Steps to reproduce:

In Sourcing, a negotiation is created and Contract Terms are associated to it, Terms A.

Supplier goes to Supplier Portal and changes the negotiation Terms and sends a response with Terms in an attachment, Terms B.

Procurement Agent, closes the negotiation, awards the response, selects Create Contract. Contract is created and negotiated lines are added to the Contract .

Procurement Agent selects Create Purchasing Documents and creates a Blanket Purchase Agreement from this negotiatio, negotiated lines are added to this Blanket Purchase Agreement.

In Edit Blanket Purchase Agreement, Buyer selects Contract Terms > Upload Contract 
Current Contract Source = Terms Template 
New Contract Source = Terms Template
update structured terms automatically 
file = <select the supplier contract that you downloaded from the negotiation, Terms B>

Then goes to Contracts application and reviews the Contract. Terms are not updated. Terms added to the negotiation before the negotiation was published, Terms A, are displayed.



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