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Supplier On-boarding Issues (Doc ID 2321900.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 05, 2019

Applies to:

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


Steps to Replicate the issues

1.Additional information appearing in review option when new supplier is registering

2.Self-categorization still appears in the review page even though it is not enabled This error message appears when the red pencil is clicked on the self-categorization page

Fetching array element 1:index is not in range 1 to 0.(180,252)
SUP_OB_GRP_WRK.REVIEW_PB.FieldChange PCPC:420 STatement:6
While fetching the value of an array element, the index was not within the length of the array.

3.For the Supplier On-Boarding approver the communication link is blank: What is this supposed to capture from a flow standpoint:

4.Additional questions appearing in the supplier mater when the supplier has been created even though not part of template that we have configured:

1.Profile Questions Section is available with Additional Information.->>There should be separate section for Additional Information-
#1 Yes, the Additional Information should be displayed in separate section consistently.

2. Self Categorization Section is available even when Self Categorization is not enabled->>This does not require fixing. If self categorization is chosen then the categorization details will be displayed if not this will be blank with section name displayed. Even in other sections if no data is chosen if you then it lists the section name with blank value. Hence no fixing is required for this. #This is Working as designed (WAD) . No fix is required

3. Click on edit Icon on Self Categorization Section throws error.
>> This is replicated. #2 This would be fixed!

4. In Manage Request Approval the communication details link should not be displayed
>> Yes, this link should not be displayed as per PeopleBooks. #3 This will be fixed!



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