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Transactional Contract ID Is Removed From PO Line When Adding A New PO Line Via Change Order (Doc ID 2540892.1)

Last updated on NOVEMBER 29, 2019

Applies to:

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

Symptoms

Transactional contract ID is removed from PO Line when adding a new PO Line via change order

 

When a new line is added to an existing PO via change order, the contract ID is removed from the new PO Line when the category code gets added. This happens when the contract ID is added prior to adding the category code using the Line Details icon. If the category code is added first and then the contract is added using the Contract tab, the issue does not occur.

Here is the message that is received:

This change will change the contract reference. (10200,616)

The Item or Category ID is associated with a contract, changing this will change the contract reference, do you want to continue?

ERROR

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10200,616

 

STEPS

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The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:

 

1. Create a no-line item or category, "allow-open-item reference" supplier  contract .

2. Create a requisition referencing the no-line contract, "allow-open-item reference" contract category.

3. Source the requisition into a PO.

4. Update the category on the PO.

 

Receive message:

“This change will change the contract reference. (10200,616)

 The Item or Category ID is associated with a contract, changing this will change the contract reference, do you want to continue? “

 

 5. Click Yes to the Message

 6.Check Contract tab. Note that the contract has been blanked.



Changes

 

Cause

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