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Generate Sourcing Rules And ASLs From Blanket Agreements Ranking not Behaving As Expected (Doc ID 1678447.1)

Last updated on SEPTEMBER 07, 2018

Applies to:

Oracle Purchasing - Version 12.1.3 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


The Sourcing rule being used, has effective dates from 01-APR to 31-MAR for 2013, 2014 and 2015. One BPA is defined for Supplier A, which was originally Rank 1 with 100% allocation.
A new BPA was created for same item, and with same effective dates as current BPA. The BPA is for a different Supplier.
When Generate Sourcing Rules is run, it adds the new BPA/Supplier to the Sourcing rule, but its added as Rank 1, with old rule changed to Rank 2.

<Bug 13961772> - POASLGEN IS NOT PROPERLY UPDATING SOURCING RULES changed the functionality. After this fix, the rank of the newly added bpa/supplier will have the rank 1
and the original supplier will be updated to Rank 2.

This change is not preferred by all customers, who were used to the old style.

1. Login to the E-Business Suite and choose the Purchasing Module.
2. Part number A1
Part Number B1
There are 2 GPA available for these 2 part number
GPA# 1, Effective Date: 01-Apr-2014 and End Date 31-Mar-2015
Supplier: Suplier 1
Supllier Site : Site 1

3. GPA# 279219, Effective Date: 01-Apr-2014 and End Date 31-Mar-2015
Supplier Name : Supplier 2
Supplier Site : Site 2

Run the Generate Sourcing Rule Program first for GPA# 1 and
Supplier: Suplier 1
Supllier Site : Site 1

4. Than run Sourcing Rule program for another GPA# 2 and
Supplier: Suplier 1
Supllier Site : Site 1

5. Expected Results:
Effective Date: 01-Apr-2014 and End Date 31-Mar-2015
Sourcing Rule should be created with Allocation 100% and Rank1 for GPA# 1 Supplier: Supplier 1 & Supplier Site : Site 1
and Allocation 100% and Rank2 for Supplier Name : Supplier 2, Supplier Site : Site 2
However this is just reversed, the most recent one become Rank1, this is not the intended functionality as described in <Note 1463861.1> and  <Note 1455712.1>.


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