Supplier Site Defaults CPA Supplier Site When CPA Number Entered In Agreement Field

(Doc ID 2053487.1)

Last updated on JANUARY 31, 2017

Applies to:

Oracle Fusion Self Service Procurement - Version and later
Oracle Fusion Self Service Procurement Cloud Service - Version and later
Oracle Fusion Purchasing - Version and later
Oracle Fusion Purchasing Cloud Service - Version and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Supplier Site defaulting to Contract Purchase Agreement (CPA) Supplier Site when CPA number entered in Agreement field while creating Non-Catalog Request.

Users would like to know if this is standard behavior in Fusion and it is not possible to change site to something else other than the supplier site exist in CPA, when CPA invoked as agreement.
Requirement is to have CPA based on Supplier, but not on Site.
Creating requisition they will enter the CPA number but would like to give any other sites as per their requirement at that time.

"... Business may require a situation where they want to create CPA for Supplier Head Quarter , while creating requisitions they want to refer the same CPA but may be they want specific PO for Other Sites.
In that case system should allow user to create requisitions for other Sites which are part of same supplier& CPA.

Based on current capability, users need to create Contract Agreement for each Sites.  Same Supplier having multiple agreements for multiple Sites.
This is not advisable as part of solution & this will create Overhead for Business from maintainability perspective."

Steps to reproduce
1. Create Non Catalog Request , give CPA number in Agreement field.
2. After CPA entered site automatically populated from the Site provided in CPA.
3. Now enter other info in the requisition & change Supplier Site to some thing else other than the site in CPA.
4. System gives error & automatically change the Site to the One exist in CPA.
5. Now the requisition can be saved &submitted for approval .



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