AUTOCREATE: Global ASL Is Given Precedence Over Local ASL NO_METHOD_FOUND
(Doc ID 1932059.1)
Last updated on FEBRUARY 21, 2019
Applies to:Oracle Purchasing - Version 12.1.3 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
When autocreating a document the Approved Supplier List (ASL) sourcing precedence should be:
1. #Supplier, Supplier site, Local ASL
2. #Supplier, Supplier site, Global ASL
3. #Supplier, only Local ASL
4. #Supplier, only Global ASL
A Local and a Global ASL are then created for the same combination of item/vendor/source document. The difference is however that on the Global ASL the release method and the vendor site are not defined:
Local: - Release method is: Release Using Autocreate (MANUAL)
- vendor site is included
Global: - Release method is: NULL
- vendor site: NULL
When a Requisition is autocreated that references the details from the Local ASL, the autocreation process does not give precedence to the Local ASL, but to the Global ASL. As a result, because no Release method and vendor site are defined on the Global ASL, the autocreation process fails with:
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