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EAM: Small Message Box Is Opening On Work Order Workbench Afte Load Requisitions and launch Purchasing Requisition Loader PO_REQLOAD (Doc ID 2226273.1)

Last updated on JANUARY 25, 2021

Applies to:

PeopleSoft Enterprise FIN Maintenance Management - Version 9.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Small message box is opening on Work order Workbench page after load Requisitions and launch Purchasing Requisition Loader PO_REQLOAD

1 Navigate to Maintenance Management ; Work Order management; Work Order Add Work order by clicking on Add a New value; Give the Business Unit, Work type, Service group, Shop, maintenance Type, Priority Code Start and end date as shown below; Below page will open after clicking on Add button
2 Give Description, Asset Unit and Tag number. And click on Save button.
3 Now click on Schedules Tab and then Purchase/On-Hand hyperlink. Now give Description, planned Quantity, UOM and click on select checkbox as shown below
4 Now click on Load requisition button.After clicking on Load Requisition button you will get several message, just click on Ok/Yes.You will get below details on page . In order to enable the Load Requisitions button you need to choose Create Requisition option for WO Procurement field under Integration tab of the WM Business Unit definition setup.
5 Now Go to Purchasing Requisition  Load Requisition And Run the process. Now Go back to Work order page and open the newly created work order Click on Schedule tab and you will get Peg Status as Open as shown below.
6 Now got to Work Order Completion Page and give Business unit and Work order. Maintenance Management  Work Order Management ¿> Work Order Completion
7 Change Status to Complete and click on Go Button and you will get small message box instead of proper message box as shown below and that¿s the issue.




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