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Search For Active Workload Assignments in Demand Workbench Using "Requisition Number" Returs Incorrect Results (Doc ID 3010387.1)

Last updated on MARCH 15, 2024

Applies to:

Oracle Contract Lifecycle Management for Public Sector - Version 12.2.10 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

Searching for active Workload Assignments using the Requisition Number field returns incorrect results in page Demand Workbench page.

When the users search for Active Workload Assignments using the Requisition Number field, an incorrect list of Workload Assignments is returned (that is not related to the searched requisition# in question).
If the user clicks on one of those incorrect Workload Assignments and then returns to the previous page, then the correct Workload Assignment is displayed.

The expected functionality by the users is that the Active Workload Assignment list should be related only to the Requisition number being searched.

Steps to Reproduce the issue:
 1. Login to the Application and navigate to Contracting Officer Responsibility > CLM Buyer Work Center > Demand Workbench
 2. Click on the Assignments tab > Assignments Summary sub-tab
 3. Click the Add button to add 'Requisition Number' as criteria to the New Search
 4. Enter the Requisition Number field to be searched (i.e.: 12345)
 5. Select the Status = Assigned as criteria as well
 6. Click Go to execute the query
 7. Note that many Assignment Number records are returned which are not related to Requisition# 12345 that was searched above
 8. Click on one of the incorrect Assignment Number and note that the Requisitions listed in the Assignment does not include Requisition# 12345

Cause

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