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Add Custom Hook To Fetch Unit Price Of Item In Internal Requisition Across Operating Units (Doc ID 749452.1)

Last updated on MAY 01, 2023

Applies to:

Oracle Purchasing - Version to 12.0.6 [Release 11.5 to 12]
Information in this document applies to any platform.


On and R12.06

An Internal Corporation Pricelist (transfer price) is used to transfer a good from Operating Unit 1 (General
Corporation Unit) to Operating Unit 2 (Regional Branch Operation Unit). And transfer price of item is greater than item cost on Operating Unit 1.
But, in Operating Unit 2, when creating an Internal Requisition and select source as shipping organization
(Operating Unit 1), in field "Price" display the item cost of Operating Unit 1 instead of Item price coming from Transfer pricelist.

-- Steps To Reproduce:
1. Go the Purchasing responsibility associated to Operating Unit (Operating Unit 2)
2. Navigate to Requisitions / Requisitions to enter an internal Requisition with source organization associated to Operating Unit (Operating Unit 1)
3. Can see that the price defaulted is coming from item cost of Operating Unit 1 ( which is not the expected one)
4. Requirement is to be able to call a custom hook to default the item price from the transfer price. 

-- Business Impact:
The issue has the following business impact:
The information about item cost of General Corporation Unit is confidential and forbidden for view on Branch Organizations (Requester). In this case Requestor may see item cost of General Organization (shipping organization) - this conflict with Policy of Company*.
As well as we have mistaken reserved purchasing budget funds on Recipient Organization I.e. purchase budget of receiving organization reserved by item cost shipping organization, but as shipping organization negotiate goods by a transfer price list, that this can bring to cost overrun.


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