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PON_MUST_ENTER_CURRENCY_CODE Error After Upgrade to R12.2.9 (Doc ID 2646064.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 11, 2022

Applies to:

Oracle Sourcing - Version 12.2.9 and later
Oracle Purchasing - Version 12.2.9 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


In Oracle Sourcing, Release 12.2.9, an error occurs when the user tries to publish a previously-created RFQ in Draft status, or when trying to publish a new RFQ that is created from the Demand Workbench.

Due to this issue, the sourcing administrators/buyers cannot publish the RFQs.


Message not found. Application: PON, Message Name: PON_MUST_ENTER_CURRENCY_CODE

Steps To Reproduce

The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
A1. Log in to Oracle Applications.
A2. Navigate to a Sourcing Super User or Sourcing Buyer responsibility > Sourcing > Sourcing Home Page.
A3. On the Negotiations home page, in the Manage region, click the Drafts link.
A4. On the Manage Draft Negotiations page, search for the desired RFQ. In the search results, select the desired RFQ number and click the Update button.
A5. On the Create RFQ: Header page, click the Review button.
A6. On the Create RFQ: Review page, click the Publish button. The error appears at this point.


B1. Log in to Oracle Applications.
B2. Navigate to a Purchasing responsibility > Buyer Work Center > Requisitions.
B3. On the Demand Workbench page, in the Document Builder region, set Type = New RFQ and Outcome = Standard Purchase Order.
B4. Next, select the desired requisition/line and click the Add button.
B5. In the Document Builder region, the line is now there. Click the Create button.
B6. On the Create RFQ: Header page, it is noticed that the Currency value is not defaulted.
B7. Enter the required RFQ information, and save as draft. Enter all required information for the RFQ and then click Review.
B8. On the Create RFQ: Review page, click the Publish button. The error appears at this point.


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