PRC: SSP: Common Questions for Manage Requisitions - Approve Requisition
(Doc ID 1393136.1)
Last updated on AUGUST 12, 2022
Oracle Fusion Self Service Procurement - Version 1.0-Beta and later Oracle Fusion Self Service Procurement Cloud Service - Version 184.108.40.206.0 and later Information in this document applies to any platform.
The purpose of this document is to help with troubleshooting Requisition Approval issues.
Requisition Approval process is a BPEL process which takes care of business functionality to get a requisition approved. It routes the requisition through the list of approvers derived from approval rules, process the actions taken by the approvers and finally approve the requisition.
This process has impacts on the following functional areas in Self Service Procurement:
Manage Approval Page – It displays all the user belonging to current approval cycle along with the functionality to edit the approver list
Action History Page - It displays all the users belonging to current approval cycle.
Document History Page – It displays all the actions taken on requisition. Actions includes both approval (approve, reject etc) and functional action (cancel, withdraw etc) taken on requisition or associated purchase order.
Approve Requisition Process – It includes the functionality to notify users, process their actions and complete a requisition.
Task Detail Page – It displays the details of requisition under approval.
Oracle ADF - All UI components and middle tier logic is implemented using ADF.
Oracle SOA - Approve Requisition Process is implemented using SOA components. It includes BPEL, Mediator, ADF-BC Web Service, Human Task and Business Rules.
AppsLogger Log – Used for debugging ADF components. Module name is ‘oracle.apps.prc.por’
SOA-Diagnostics Log – Used for debugging SOA components. For details about SOA logging refer ‘Troubleshooting Oracle SOA Suite’ chapter in ‘Fusion Applications Administrator's Guide’
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