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When Changing an ePro Requisition, then ‘Save For Later’ Results in Req Change Status stuck To ‘I’ (Initialize) (Doc ID 2709049.1)

Last updated on SEPTEMBER 13, 2020

Applies to:

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


ePro Requisition remains with Change Request Status (PS_PV_CHNG_RST_DTL.REQ_CHNG_STATUS) = I (Initialize) after the sequence of steps
(1) Save for Later,
(2) Budget Check
(3) Save and Submit.

The changed requisition goes through a 'Save for Later', a 'Budget Check', and then a 'Save and Submit' and it is then self-approved as expected. The system is saving the PS_PV_CHNG_RST_DTL.REQ_CHNG_STATUS as an 'I' and then users cannot select PO change request from Approve Change Request menu because the prompt view is looking for 'R'.

Steps to Reproduce the Issue:
1. Commitment Control on
2. Setup the workflow so that the requisition will be self-approved
3. Create ePro Requisition with Qty = 4 EA and source to PO under US003
Press Add to Cart and Checkout, Save for Later.
4. Run Check Budget
5. Save and Submit
6. Source requisition to PO
7. Approve PO
8. Run Budget Check
9. Dispatch PO
10. Change ePro Requisition QTY = 5 and press 'Save for Later'
As result the change is saved and Budget Check Status = Not Checked Press <Check Budget>
At this point the ePro Requisition is not yet Submitted and has Change Request Status = Initialize
Requisition Approval Status = O
11. Go to Press Save & Submit the ePro Requisition
Status = Approved
12. Open the Change Request and notice
Change Request Status = Initialize
Requisition Approval Status = Approved
13. Go to Approve Change Requests
Search for the PO and notice the PO sourced from the ePro Requisition initially is not returned.
This is happening because ePro Requisition has Change Request Status (PS_PV_CHNG_RST_DTL.REQ_CHNG_STATUS) = I (Initialize).




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