Non-Catalog Request Page Shows Original CPA Supplier Site Value After the Site Value Is Modified On the CPA Document (Doc ID 2023478.1)

Last updated on MARCH 08, 2017

Applies to:

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

Symptoms

In Oracle iProcurement, Release 12.1.3, after a contract purchase agreement (CPA) has been modified with a new supplier site and reapproved, the Non-Catalog Request page still shows the original supplier site when the CPA is selected.

It is expected that the current supplier site on the CPA is shown on the Non-Catalog Request page when the CPA is selected.
CPS site is update and CPA is reapproved. When attempting to select the CPA in for a non catalog requisition in iProc, the old site is still reflected


Steps To Reproduce

The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. In Oracle Purchasing, create a contract purchase agreement (CPA). Save and approve.
2. In Oracle iProcurement, on the Non-Catalog Request page, create a new non-catalog request. Select the CPA number from the Contract list of values (LOV) and the current supplier site value appears.
3. In Oracle Purchasing, edit the same CPA created in Step 1 by changing the supplier site value. This creates a document revision. Save and approve the document.
4. In Oracle iProcurement, on the Non-Catalog Request page, create a new non-catalog request. Select the CPA number from the Contract LOV. In the Supplier Site field, the original Supplier Site value (from Step 1) is displayed, instead of showing the supplier site value which was specified during the CPA revision (Step 3).


Business Impact

Due to this issue, users are seeing incorrect supplier site information when selecting a contract purchase agreement during creation of a non-catalog request.



Cause

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