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Vision Demo - How to Create and Process a Change Request From iProcurement (Doc ID 2300945.1)

Last updated on OCTOBER 16, 2018

Applies to:

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

Goal

 The change request functionality is available in iProcurement so that requisition preparers can adjust requisitions - post creation.

The flow is as follows:
 - Requisition is created and Approved
 - The Requisition is Autocreated into an Approved Purchase Order
 - Change Request is created against the requisition - POREQCHA
   - The Change Request at Requisition Level is routed for approval and approved
 - The Purchase Order is set to In Process status (upon approval of the change request at Requisition Level) - POPORCHA
   - The Buyer is notified of the Change Request and will need to respond
     - If the Buyer Approves the Change Request and has the Approval authority for the newly suggested changes - the Purchase Order is Updated and set to a status of Approved (originally In Process)
     - If the Buyer Approves the Change Request - but is not having the Approval Authority to Approve the Purchase Order with its New Changes (Ex. Increased Qauntity, change in price, etc..) the Purchase Order will route for Approval (POAPPRV)
  - Once the Purchase Order Approval (POAPPRV) completes, and the Purchase Order is Approved - the Requisition Change Order (POREQCHA) will close out and notify the Requisition Preparer that the Change Request has been Approved

Solution

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In this Document
Goal
Solution
 1. Creating the Requisition
 2. Autocreate the Requisition
 3. Creating and Submitting the Change Request
  4. Approving the Change Request - Requisition Level
  5. Approving the Change Request - Purchase Order Level
 6. Approving the Purchase Order which has the Newly Applied Changes
 7. Viewing the Response to the Change Request
 8. Understanding the Workflows
 9. Debugging the Change Request process
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