CLM: Award Modification Error - Backing Purchase Requisition Of PO Distribution Doesn't Have Sufficient Funds
(Doc ID 1673422.1)
Last updated on JANUARY 07, 2021
Applies to:Oracle Contract Lifecycle Management for Public Sector - Version 12.2.3 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
On : 12.2.3 version, Award/PO
Award Modification Errors: Backing Purchase Requisition of the PO dist doesn't have sufficient funds
Steps To Reproduce:
1. Using CLM iProcurement Responsibility --> iProcurement Home Page
2. Create a non-catalog item (to keep the scenario simple use: quantity based) for $100
3. Add to cart, View Cart & Checkout and Approve the CLM Requisition
4. Using CLM Purchasing Super User Responsibility --> Buyer Work Center --> Demand Workbench --> Requisitions
5. Select the CLM Requisition Line that was approved in step 3
6. Add to Document Builder and Auto-Create the CLM Award
7. Approve the CLM Award and make sure the award is obligating the full $100.
8. Using CLM iProcurement Responsibility --> iProcurement Home Page --> Select the Requisition that was fully awarded
9. Click Change and try to reduce the amount on the Requisition Line (-$20)
10. Perform Amendment Checkout and approve the amendment.
11. Using CLM Purchasing Super User Responsibility --> Buyer Work Center --> Demand Workbench --> Awards --> Select the award that was approved from Step 7
12. Create Award Modification, enter the required details and save the Award Modification in draft.
13. Using CLM Purchasing Super User Responsibility --> Buyer Work Center --> Demand Workbench --> Amendments
14. Select the Requisition Amendment from Step 10
15. Enter the required text and Click Review and Implement.
16. The above action opens the Award Modification in update mode.
17. In the Award Modification, click on the Lines Tab, decrease the line amount from $100 to $80 you receive the following error: Row 1 Fund Value – Line 0001, Schedule, Distribution 1 - Backing Purchase Requisition of the PO distribution does not have sufficient funds
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