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Is It Possible To Create Requisition With Expense Destination From EAM Work Order? (Doc ID 2589782.1)

Last updated on JANUARY 10, 2024

Applies to:

Oracle Enterprise Asset Management - Version 12.2.5 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Requisitions were created from EAM Work order via 'Requisition Import' and have

- Destination Type Code = Shop Floor
- Accrue at Receipt flag = Yes

However, Customer is expecting the imported Requisitions to have

- Destination Type Code = Expense
- Accrue at Receipt flag = No

Since it is intended for Purchasing workflow for ALL PO/Requisition, it MUST have Accrue at Receipt flag = Yes with Destination Type Code = Shop Floor.

The value of PO_REQUISITONS_INTERFACE_ALL.destination_type_code is populated by EAM from Work Order, and 'Requisition Import' is only processes the record and create Requisition accordingly.  So the control to  determine the DESTINATION_TYPE_CODE of Requisition is determined by EAM.   Is it possible to create requisition with Expense Destination from EAM Work order?


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