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PRC:SSP: Notification: FYI: Lines On Requisition Canceled Shows Cancellation Reason = blanks (Doc ID 2801773.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 30, 2021

Applies to:

Oracle Fusion Self Service Procurement Cloud Service - Version 11.13.21.04.0 and later
Oracle Fusion Self Service Procurement - Version 11.12.1.0.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

Generate Purchase Documents From Requisition

ACTUAL BEHAVIOR
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Notification:
FYI: Lines on Requisition Canceled
shows Cancellation Reason = blanks.
 

EXPECTED BEHAVIOR
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Have field Cancellation Reason populated in the notification.

STEPS
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The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. Sign on as Requester and create a requisition, save, approve it
2. Sign on as Buyer, create a purchase order from the requisition, save and approve it.
3. As Buyer, edit the purchase order
> Change Order is created
Populate the field
Description = TEST - Canceling
4. Select the line and cancel the requisition line
Populate the fields as follows
Cancel Reason = TEST Cancel
Choose Cancel Unfulfilled Demand = No
4. Approve the change Order
5. Review the Notification:
Document (Buyer change order) (requisition ) changed
sent to requester
Change Order Details > Description = TEST - Canceling prints in the notification
Because
Cancel Unfulfilled Demand = No
the line returns to Process Requisition pool
6. Go to Process Requisition, inquire on the requisition, select the line, return the line
Return popup shows Reason field
Populate
Reason = TEST RETURN
Submit
7. Requester receives a notification:
FYI: Lines on Requisition Canceled
but notification shows Cancellation Reason = blanks.

 

Changes

 

Cause

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