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How To Process Change Orders from Core Requisitions in Purchasing When a Purchase Order Exists (Doc ID 2035846.1)

Last updated on JANUARY 07, 2020

Applies to:

PeopleSoft Enterprise SCM Purchasing - Version 9.1 to 9.2 [Release 9]
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Solution is not clear where we input the Purchase Order number for change orders coming from requisitions 

Solution found on bug:
"If want the change to be done to the same PO, in the requisition selection page, need to mention the same PO number. After the sourcing process is done, can see that a new line for the increase in qty has been added to the same PO."

Case 1: eProcurement steps:
  1. Create a ePro req for 10 EA. 
  2. Run sourcing process and create a PO for that req for the same 10 EA. 
  3. Now create a change request in the ePro req and make the qty to 20 EA. 
  4. In order to bring the qty change in the req to the same PO created before, 
  we need to run the change request process which will update the PO to 20 EA. 
  This same functionality is not applicable for core req. In the same example 
  mentioned above, instead of ePro req, core req is created for 10 EA and 
  sourced to PO. If the qty is increased to 20 EA, then the running the change 
  request process will not have any impact on this as the process is designed 
  to handle only ePro requisitions. 
  Case 2:  Core Steps
  1. Create a core req for 10 EA. 
  2. Run sourcing process and create a PO for that req for the same 10 EA. 
  3. Now increase the qty of the req to 20 EA. 
  4. In the Requisition selection page, bring this req, select it and click on 
  the souring information hyperlink. Inside the link, select the check box 
  User entered id and enter the PO that got generated in step 2. 
  5. Run PO Calc and PO Create process. 
  6. Open the PO to see a new line is added for the same item for the remaining 


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