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Items Due Parameter Value Is Not Working Correctly In IProcurement Receive Items Page (Doc ID 2154551.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 21, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle iProcurement - Version 12.2.5 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

ACTUAL BEHAVIOR

Items Due parameter value is not working correctly in iProcurement Receive Items page.

On clicking Receiving tab, when user does a first search with some search criteria like Order Number or Requisition Number along with "Items Due" parameter set to any value, the search renders results properly. However, when user changes "Items Due" parameter value to some value like "Any Time" or "Today"and clicks on the "Go" button, the "Items Due" value changes to the value that was selected during the first search and does not give results properly. This happens for all subsequent searches with all combinations of search criteria when "Items Due" parameter value is changed.

EXPECTED BEHAVIOR

Expect the system should fetch results based on 'Items Due' parameter chosen by the user.

STEPS TO REPRODUCE

The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1.Navigate to iProcurement Responsibility -> iProcurement Home page -> Receiving -> Receive Items
2.In 'Receive Items: Select Items' Search Criteria, change the Items Due parameter value from default value Last 7 Days to Anytime.
3.Click on Go
4.On clicking the Go button, Items Due parameter once again changes to its first value i.e. "Last 7 Days" instead of retaining the "Any Time" value selected by the user.  And the page does not show any results again since there are no items due in last 7 days.  There are items due if the user could get the any time value to stay as the search criteria.

Cause

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