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Requisition Settings Defaulting Does Not Work Properly When Using Create New Requisition Link (Doc ID 2001275.1)

Last updated on MARCH 01, 2024

Applies to:

PeopleSoft Enterprise SCM eProcurement - Version 9.2 to 9.2 [Release 9]
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Requisition Settings defaulting does not work properly when using Create New Req link

1) VP1 will be the test Requester with LAND_ON_REQ_SETTINGS_PG ePro Role Action associated with ePro Administrator role assigned to user profile.
 2) Create a new requisitions by clicking  Main Menu >  eProcurement >  Requisition.
 3) Enter the line defaults for Suppliers, Category and unit of measure and click OK
 4) Create Requisitions pages appears. Click the Special Requests
     Default Values are  Populated
 5) Enter other attributes line  item description, price and Qty. Click Add to Cart
 6) 1 line added and click Checkout
 7) Click save and Submit
 8) Confirmation Page  appears   with new Requisition id and also having Create New Requisitions Link
     Now click Create New Requisitions
9)  The system does NOT land on Requisition Settings. Instead it takes the user to the Create Requisition page
10) Clicking the Special request link the Requisition Settings pages is displayed to enter the defaults
      Click OK button to enter the line details.
 11)The value entered in  Req. Settings pages are not populated when entering the line data for Line # 1
      Since the values are not defaulted The user manually entered the different values  
     and clicked  Add to Cart  to enter the second line
 12) Click Add More Items and then Special Request
       The value entered in the Requisition Settings page is not defaulted to the
       First line however subsequent line defaulting is happening
        One line added and subsequent line ( Line # 2 ) Requisitions settings are populated correctly.


The issue has the following business impact:
Due to this issue, users cannot use the requisition settings page effectively


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