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Unit Price Of Blanket Purchase Agreement(GBPA) Is Not Defaulted After Change Request (Doc ID 2171602.1)

Last updated on JULY 08, 2020

Applies to:

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



Unit Price Of GBPA Price Break is not Defaulted On The Requisition After Requestor Change The Requisition In iProcurement

GBPA created with a price breaks setup, while performing change order by updating price the new price should be updated with open Price break dates

The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:

1. Create Global Blanket Purchase Agreement and add an item with price break value as, for example, 39.15 with effective from and to dates. 10-Jun-2016 (for example)

2) Create a Requisition for that item and convert into Purchase Order created and price defaults from GBPA price break date ( based on Need by date of requisition)

3) Now , buyer end dates the old price break and creates a new price break and provide the price as : 40.15 (for example) and from date is 18-Jun-2016 (for example)

3) Now, Requestor initiates Change on the Requisition from iProcurement and when he updates the need by date from 10-June-2016 to 19-June-2015 , the price is not getting updated


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