While Adding Requirements To a List,The Requirement Type Changes To: Internal Optional From: Internal Required.

(Doc ID 2141084.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 20, 2016

Applies to:

Oracle Sourcing - Version 12.2.4 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


On Release 12.2.4 version, Auction/RFx creation

When creating Requirements for your Reusable Requirement Lists the Requirements seem to Change From: "Internal Required".
To: "Internal Optional" - Users are worried this could affect the Scoring of the Requirements.
Hence causing the Scoring process to No longer Score properly and/or Score Automatically.

Users expect the Requirement Types to remain Set as it was when the Requirement was created.


The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
  1. Sign on to Application
  2. Select Responsibility: Sourcing Super User / Sourcing Buyer
  3. Navigation: Sourcing Home - Page ->> Select: "Administration" Tab
  4. Negotiation Tools ->> Click: Reusable Requirement Lists ->>
  5. Search List Name: ABC% ->> Status: Active ->> Click: "GO" ->>
  6. Returns: ABC Assessment ->> Click: "Update" Pencil iCon ->>
  7. Review Requirements ->> Expand ABC Assessments ->>
  8. Find: Timeliness of deliveries (Rating shall be assigned considering the no.of late deliveries received)
      Observe: Requirement Type: "Internal Required" ->> Click: "Update" Pencil iCon ->>
      Observe: The Requirement Type: Internal Optional ->> Now appears this is Incorrect...


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