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"Allow Open Item reference has been defined on contract X with the same supplier and begin date. (10400,77)" Error When Creating A New Contract (Doc ID 2276628.1)

Last updated on OCTOBER 13, 2022

Applies to:

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


Issue:-Incorrect Error when creating a new Contract with "Allow Open Item Reference flag checked"

Steps To Reproduce the Issue:-

1.Create a new Procurement General Contract
2.Deselect the Corporate Contract.
3.Select the “Allow Open Item Reference” and “Price can be changed on Order” field.
4.Enter the Administrator
5.Enter the current date as Begin date
6.Enter Expiry date as 31-12-2017
7.Enter the Supplier ID
8.Fill PO defaults and line details and Save.
9.Now create a new Contract , follow the steps 2,3 and 4(enter a different administrator).
10.Then enter begin date as 08-Apr-2017.Then select the same Supplier ID from the lookup, Receive the error.

Allow Open Item reference has been defined on contract XXXXXX, with the same supplier and begin date. (10400,77)
The system allows only one contract per supplier, for a given beginning date, to be defined for open item reference. A contract that allows Open Item referencing has already been defined on a different contract for this supplier with the same beginning date.


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