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Unable To Change/View The Personalised Search Critera View In PBWC (Doc ID 602283.1)

Last updated on JANUARY 03, 2023

Applies to:

Oracle Purchasing - Version 12.0.3 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

When trying to update an already created personalized search for requisitions, the earlier search
criteria is lost.

EXPECTED BEHAVIOR
The earlier search criteria must be available for editing.

Steps To Reproduce:
The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. Navigate to Buyer Work Center > Requisition
2. Click on Personalize and leave the rest of the information as such except for "Search Query to
Filter Data in your Table"
3. In the "Search Query to Filter Data in your Table", add a new Filter Data of Ship-To and enter
<ship to location>
4. Save it as "For testing"
5. Now click on the "Apply and View Results" button and see the search results.
6. Now Click on Personalize button and for View name "For Testing" click on update.
7. All the old data given in the "Search Query to Filter Data in your Table" is not available for
editing.
8. On clicking the update button without changing or enter any data, we get the below error

Error
Please fill in search criteria values in at least one of the following fields: Buyer, Requisition,
Category, Supplier, Document, Emergency PO, Item, Job, My Requests For Goods, My Requests For
Services, Need By Days From Today, New Supplier, Preparer, Priority, Requester, RFQ Required, Ship
To Location, Supplier Sourced, Unassigned, My Requests. Note that the search criteria condition
should not be "contains", "ends with" or "is not" for at least one of the listed fields.

Changes

 

Cause

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