Clause Protection Issue Related To Document Refresh Functionality

(Doc ID 2242660.1)

Last updated on MARCH 10, 2017

Applies to:

PeopleSoft Enterprise SCM Supplier Contract Management - Version 9.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

On : 9.2 version, Contracts

Clause Protection Issue Related to Document Refresh Functionality

The clause protection functionality is not working as expected when using the Document Refresh functionality to remove or replace protected clauses.

ERROR
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Contract document cannot be checked in because some protected clauses have been changed. The following clauses are protected and have been modified in the document.
CL_ACCEPTINSP01 Acceptance and inspection of products

Replication Steps:

1.  Go To Set Up Financials / Supply Chain > Install > Installation Options  Uncheck the Protect Bind Values in Document

2.  Go To Supplier Contracts > Manage Contract Library > Clauses.  Check Protect in Document Flag

3.  Go to Supplier Contracts > Create Contracts and Documents > Contract Entry.  Create a new Contract

4.  Go to Supplier Contracts > Create Contracts and Documents > Document Management.  Create a new document for the contract.

5.  Fill out all of the questions.  Will Product inspections be required for this contract?  YES

6.  Continue filling out questions and click Finish

7.  View Document Section 5 

8.  Refresh the document and flip the protection flag to NO

9.  Fill out all of the questions. Will Product inspections be required for this contract? NO

10  Complete the questions and click on Finish.

11.  Edit the document, make a change to a clause.  1.  Description of Products section.

12.  Save and check back in.

13.  Error issued:  Contract document cannot be checked in because some of the protected clauses have been changed.  The following clauses are protected and have been modified in the document.

       CL_ACCEPTINSP01 Acceptance and Inspection of Products.

Cause

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