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Requisition Supplier Catalog Shows Expired End Date Blanket Purchase Agreeement Even Though Requisition Has Future Need by Date (Doc ID 2628940.1)

Last updated on JANUARY 14, 2020

Applies to:

Oracle Purchasing - Version 11.5.10 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


POXRQERQ - Enter Requisitions
symptom: The Supplier Catalog offers an expired end-dated Blanket Purchase Agreement. The 'PO: Automatic Document Sourcing' profile option is set to No and the requisition has a future Need By Date

Steps to Reproduce :

1. Create a Blanket Purchase Agreement (BPA) with 2 item lines on 2 stockable and purchasable articles
2. Create 2 global Approved Supplier Lists for the 2 items (with the same supplier) valid from today, with approved status, create and approve release automatically and sourced with the BPA created in step 1.
3. Save ASL
4. Create 2 sourcing rules with type "buy from" on the same supplier, with 100% for allocation % and rank 1, valid for all organizations
5. Add 2 lines on the sourcing rule assignment set with these sourcing rules and items
6. Create a requisition on the first item via supplier catalog, see a message proposing to use blanket, save and approve.
7. Launch create release process: a release is created
8. On the BPA, put an end date as today's date in Terms button, save and approve the BPA new version
9. Create a new requisition via supplier catalog with search criteria = same item: you get the message proposing to use BPA, the expired BPA is available in catalog to create a requisition on this item with need by date to J+5, you can save and approve the requisition
10. Create a new requisition via supplier catalog with search criteria = same item with need by date 5 days in the future : the expired BPA is not available to create a requisition on this item, but you default supplier and price, and you can see the BPA in source details tab when you save the requisition. You can approve the requisition.
11. Launch create release process: no release created.


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