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PRC: PO: Cancel Unfulfilled Demand = No Does Not Reinstate Requisition Line, Puts Line Back In Process Requisition Queue When The Line Is Associated To An External Requisition (EXTERNALLY_MANAGED_ FLAG =YES) (Doc ID 2827256.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 09, 2021

Applies to:

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


Purchase Orders

Purchase Order

Cancel purchase order with Cancel Unfulfilled Demand = No is not reinstating the requisition line, putting the line back in Process Requisition queue when the purchase order line is associated with an External Requisition (EXTERNALLY_MANAGED_ FLAG =YES), Requisition created from Planning.

Right after the purchase order line is canceled with this option, If you go to Process Requisition, it shows requisition line 2 is created for a moment, but if you wait an re-inquire again, the line 2 is no longer available.
If you review the requisition, it shows line 2, but the status of the line shows canceled.
If you repeat the same process with a regular requisition, the requisition line gets reinstated successfully.

Cancel Unfulfilled Demand = No to work with requisition created from Planning/EXTERNALLY_MANAGED_ FLAG =YES

The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. Create a requisition from planning/EXTERNALLY_MANAGED_ FLAG =YES, submit for approval, approve it, purchase order is created
2. Cancel the Purchase Order with Cancel Unfulfilled Demand = No
3. Immediately, go to Process Requisitions and inquire by Requisition number, line 2 is displayed briefly, but if you wait the line is no longer displayed
4. Review the Requisition. The line 2 is created, but its status is canceled.





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