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R12 E-Business Suite Concurrent Processing SRS Form (FNDRSRUN) Copy Functionality Changed After Patch 23527993 And No Longer Displays Requests From Another Responsibility With The Same Request Group (Doc ID 2368718.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 15, 2019

Applies to:

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


E-Business Suite R12 Concurrent Processing, SRS Form (FNDRSRUN) related issues





The Concurrent Processing business implementation requires two separate responsibilities assigned to the same user, with both responsibilities using the same Request Group.

After applying FNDRSRUN enhancement <Patch 23527993> the functionality to copy a previously run request has changed with the above setup.

Previously when users would copy a previously run request, the previously run requests would be observable from a different responsibility.

The system would allow users to copy requests as if it was the same user, and the same request group in each responsibility.

The functionality of the Find button for copying a previous request in the new form will only display the requests that were run by the user from the current responsibility.

However if they use the ellipse in the Find field to query up those requests, they can see the requests which were run from other the other responsibility.

The user community expects the new form to allow the same copy options as the previous functionality.

They should be able to click on the Find button and all the requests from Responsibility A and Responsibility B would be shown, if it is the same user and both responsibilities use the same Request Group.

The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. Run a request in responsibility A
2. Login into responsibility B that uses the same Request Group as the same user and bring up the run request form.
3. Use the Copy button.
4. Click on the Find button.
5. The previously run request from responsibility A is not in the list of requests.
6. Use the ellipses in the Find field and search for the request name and Find.
7. Now the request run from responsibility A is displayed in the list.




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