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Contract Max Exceeded Error When Processing Change Orders for Requisition Sourced to a PO (Doc ID 2323885.1)

Last updated on SEPTEMBER 17, 2018

Applies to:

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


Contract Max Exceeded Error When Processing Change Orders for Requisition Sourced to a PO

Contract maximum exceeded (10206 23)

Steps To Replicate The Issue:
Purchasing Definition—No change tracking for requisitions.
Purchasing Definition—Change Tracking is turned on for Purchase Orders
Add a new PO Contract. Make Max Amount $100. Add a Category and save.
Add a new requisition for 2 line items. Each line is Qty 50 and Price $1. Click on Line Details for Line 1.
Our contract defaulted to the requisition.
Line Details for line 2. Also defaulted our contract. Click OK and Save the req
Copy the requisition into a PO.
Enter or req and click Search. Click select all lines and click Copy To PO
Requisition copied fine.
Click on Contract tab. Not that our contract is present.
Save the PO. Click Dispatch button
Click OK
Click Yes.
PO is now dispatched.
Manage Requisitions- Edit the requisition
Prior to any changes. Qty is 50 for each line.
Change Line 1 to Qty of 40 and Line 2 to 60 and save the requisition.
Click Ok for Edit Reason
Change is confirmed.
Manage Requisitions—Click on Change Request icon.
Click on Approve Change Requests link
Enter the PO number and click OK
Change Approval Status from Not Approved to Approved and click Save
Process Change Orders. Enter our information and click Run.
Process runs to success
Manage Requisitions—Click on Change Requests
Note that Line 2 is in status of Error
Click on Processing Errors. Have the error Contract Maximum Exceeded which is not correct.
Contract shows as below. It’s also not correct as the total released should be 100.




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