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SIOCS | Store Order | Separate Submit And Approve Permission For Roles (Doc ID 2996139.1)

Last updated on JANUARY 10, 2024

Applies to:

Oracle Retail Enterprise Inventory Cloud Service - Version 23.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


On : 23.2 version, Inventory Management

SIOCS | Store Order | Separate Submit and Approve Permission for roles

As per the SIOCS Release Notes for v23.2.401.0, The approve store order permission is provided to a user that has submit store order permission

********* Below from the release notes********
Approve: Approves and completes the store order. The store order is set to ‘Completed’ status.
 - User must have Approve Store Order permission.
 - If the user has Submit Store Orders permission, the Approve option will be available when the store order is in ‘submitted’ status. If the user does not have this permission, then Approve will be available in In Progress status.
 - If the store order has the Case Pack Round indicator set then the store order will require rounding. See Round option below.
 - Tolerances on the store order quantity will be validated.
 - The store order is published out.

We have existing business scenario which is set for Stores.
- Store User 1 has role 'Center Management' (CM). CM can create and submit a store order but cannot approve a store order.
- District User 2 has role 'District Management' (DM). DM can only approve store order.

Based on v23.2.401.0, Store User 1 can submit a store order but also can approve the same store order since the Approve option will be rendered after the store order is submitted.
This will cause issues in our existing approval process. How can the submit and approval permissions be separated in SIOCS for roles?


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