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Released Agreement Amounts on BPA Exceeds the Agreement BPA Amount (Doc ID 2409592.1)

Last updated on SEPTEMBER 07, 2018

Applies to:

Oracle Fusion Purchasing Cloud Service - Version 11.12.1.0.0 and later
Oracle Fusion Purchasing - Version 11.12.1.0.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

We have problems with the Released Agreements Amounts and Purchase Orders. We have the following 2 cases.

Case 1:
We create an Agreement with Agreement Amount: 400 EUR. At line level the price for unity is 200 EUR. Then, we create a Purchase Order from this agreement by 200€, we submit it and the PO is approved. After, when the PO status is Open we duplicate the Line 2 times and we submit it. The system allows us to send it to approval and approve it. The total amount (600 EUR) exceeds the Agreement Amount, and now the Released Amount of the Agreement is 600. This shouldn’t happen.
In this case, if we try to duplicate the line again, the system shows us an error message when you try to submit the Purchase Order.Only the second time when the agreement amount is previously exceeded the system show you and error message.

We need that the system doesn’t allow to exceed the maximum Agreement amount.

Case 2:
We create an agreement with the Agreement Amount at line level but the system doesn’t show any message and allows us to duplicate the line all the times we want. Any error message is shown by the system when we submit the Purchase Order.

Is there any possibility to control that the amount of the purchase order doesn’t exceed the amount of the agreement at header and line level when we try to duplicate a line in a purchase order?
    

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