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OSP And Direct Item Requisitions Duplications When Work Order Status Changes from Released to On Hold and back to Released this triggers duplicate purchase requisitions when PO is already received (Doc ID 1308443.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 25, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Enterprise Asset Management - Version 12.1.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
***Checked for relevance 12-July-2016***


On : 12.1.2 version, EAM Work Order

Duplicate requisitions happen for OSP resources and Description based items when:

1) OSP resource:

For an EAM Work Order, when an operation is created with OSP resource and, when the WO status changes from Released to Hold and back, this triggers duplicate purchase requisitions, in the
case if PO is already recieved.

2) Direct Items: duplication happens when

1. Receive the direct materials requisition quantity.
2. WO Status changes from Released -> Hold -> Released
==> direct mats req gets duplicated
1. Cancel or Reject the direct materials requisition.
2. WO Status changes from Released -> Hold -> Released
==> direct mats requisition gets duplicated along with displaying the canceled/rejected requisition

Expect not to get duplicated requisitions in both cases

The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. Create wo <wo number> (draft)
2. WO Released. This creates purchase reqs and PO’s
3. WO status changed to –HOLD
4. WO Status changed to Released . No impact on reqs/po duplication
5. Receive qty for osp on operation-10. See the received qty on the WO
6. Change status of WO to Hold
7. WO staus changed to released
The requisitions get duplicated in a very strange way. Take a look.

1. Create WO with direct requisitions and Released status
2. Requisition <req number> is created then Canceled
3. The direct item requisition on the WO shows the status as CANCELED
4. Change status of WO to HOLD
5. The canceled requisition gets duplicated.




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