Copying MIPR-Own Requisitions To MIPR-Other Is Copying The MIPR Obligation Type
Last updated on MARCH 08, 2017
Applies to:Oracle Contract Lifecycle Management for Public Sector - Version 12.2.3 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
In Oracle iProcurement with Oracle Contract Lifecycle Management, Release 12.2.3, during requisition copy, the flag "Check for MIPR or IAA" is disabled but the new requisition still contains an MIPR value which is not appropriate.
It is expected that the "Check for MIPR or IAA" flag value of "enabled" is honored during the copy requisition process.
Steps To Reproduce
The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. A MIPR-OWN Requisition HDTRA1514053 exists with one ore more lines and accepted as Direct Citation
2. From iProcurement, query the above MIPR-OWN HDTRA1514053 requisition, copy to cart
3. The MIPR-OWN Requisition HDTRA1514053 items were copied to cart
a. Uncheck the flag "Check for MIPR or IAA" and make it as PR
4. Approve the HDTRA1514134 – PR Type Requisition
5. Navigate to CLM Purchasing Super User --> Buyer Work Center --> Demand Workbench
6. From PR / IAA (MIPR-OTHERS) tab, query the PR HDTRA1514134 you just approved The Requisition Type PR is showing with MIPR-Obligation Type: Direct Citation as PR, Direct Citation
Sam issue occurs for the MIPR-OTHER (IAA in our setup).
PRs and MIPR-OTHER requisitions will not associate to any MIPR-Obligation Types
Due to this issue, requisitions are having incorrect MIPR values associated during the copy requisition process.
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