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FAQ Change Request (Doc ID 387972.1)

Last updated on OCTOBER 02, 2023

Applies to:

Oracle iProcurement - Version 11.5.10 to 12.2 [Release 11.5 to 12.2]
Information in this document applies to any platform.


The purpose of this document is to help in answering questions regarding Change Request Process. The iProcurement Implementation Guide - Release 11i Part N. A85361-04 and A85361-05 contains the details of the process.  Please refer to these guides for the complete overview of the process.

Questions and Answers

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Questions and Answers
 1. Can I change or cancel a requisition placed in a purchase order or release?
 2. Why is Purchase Order approved but preparer/requestor can not change the requisition?
 3. Can the requestor change the requisition with emergency Purchase Order?  
 4. How can I restrict the approval process while executing the changes?
 5. Why the changed  Need By Date tolerance is not taking effect?
 6. When attempting to change a requisition that has closed to receiving and or closed to invoicing shipment line, the change does not occur.
 7. Requisition change is completed and forwarded to an approver. Approver has not yet approved the change. Meanwhile, the buyer changes the purchase order and is also submitted for approval.   Approver has not yet approved the first change. 
     a. Is the requisition change approved first and then the purcase order change?
     b. Is the purchase order change approved first and then the requisition change?
    What is the approval workflow order? 
 8. When a buyer receives a FYI notification, should it have a note to navigate to 'Pending Purchase Order Changes' form to approve or reject the change made by requestor since the purchase order has been modified from a core application?

 9. When buyer goes to 'Pending Purchase Order Changes' form, can they view the changes on
    the PO that they have done earlier?

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