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How can one pull up a custom pricing attribute for use in a formula? (Doc ID 2377440.1)

Last updated on MARCH 22, 2018

Applies to:

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

Goal

This document explains setup consideration when creating a custom pricing attribute for use within a formula.
Especially when one does not find it within the pricing attribute List of Values (LOV).

 

Note: For this example the Custom Attribute is setup with
         Pricing Transaction Entity(PTE) = Order Fulfillment
         and Context type = pricing Context

Navigation:

1. (N)QP->Setup->Attribute Management->Attribute Linking and Mapping
    Query : PTE: Order Fulfillment Context Type:Pricing Context
2. Goto Code:PRICING ATTRIBUTE and click on Link Contexts(button)
3. Review custom attributes setup and ensure value set assigned is numeric.
    Value Set : QP: Number  (This is a seeded numeric value set).
4. Back To Previous Form
5. Go to Code:PRICING ATTRIBUTE and (B)Link Attributes
6. Review setup and ensure Attribute Mapping Method = ATTRIBUTE MAPPING
7. Click on Attribute Mapping (button)
8. Review sourcing rule for Application Name : Advanced Pricing next to Request Type:ONT
    User Source Type : PL/SQL API
    User Value String : <== Here is where we will normally find custom_package.custom_function
                                       that is being used to source the attribute.
    Also ensure that "enabled" is checked.
9. Responsibility: Oracle Pricing Manager
    Navigate to: Pricing Formula > Formula Setup
    Enter in formula name
    Enter a formula. For example nvl(1,2)
    On the first line / step of the formula enter values as follows:
      Formula Type : Pricing Attribute
      Pricing Attribute Context : Pricing Attribute
    click on Pricing Attribute list of values (LOV)
    One does not find the new custom pricing attribute listed.
    How does one determine what else is needed?

 


 

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