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POXRQERQ Future NeeD By Date is Not Used To Default a Source BPA (Doc ID 398395.1)

Last updated on SEPTEMBER 20, 2021

Applies to:

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


sourcing rules : ASL with BPAs

While creating a Requisition (from Planning or manually in POXRQERQ), a BPA
is automatically defaulted in the `Source Details' tab and the related price too.

but  after entering a need by date with a future date which is not included
in the range of the effective date of the BPAs , can see that:

  1. the BPA number is not removed from the source document


  2. the price is not removed and is kept

It seems that the source document and the price are based on the sysdate
instead of the need by date of the REQ line

Same behavior with related Quotations

1. Create then approved two BPAs with the same  item code and same supplier /site
Nav : Purchase Orders / Purchase Orders
 11. First BPA with price = 10
     Press terms
     Effective from: 19/07/06 to 31/07/06
 12. Second BPA with price = 11
     Press terms
     Effective from: 01/08/06 to 31/08/06
2. Assign the ITEM A to this Supplier  in  ASL
   Nav: Supply Base /Approved Supplier List
   Press Attributes
   and also assign the BPAs in the ASL
3. Creating Sourcing  Rule for the Supplier.
   Navigation: Supply Base/Sourcing Rules
4. Make sure default Assignment set from the Profile MRP:Default Sourcing Assignment Set
   Nav: Personal Profiles
5. Select the Assignment Set and  assign the Item and Sourcing rule set
   Nav: Supply Base / Assign Sourcing Rules
6. Create Purchasing Requisition with this particular Item
   Nav: Requisitions / Requisitions
   After entering the item code, also enter the need_by_date in a future date which is not incuded                                               in the two BPAs effective dates  (ie. 05/09/07 )


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