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In Fluid ePro Create Requisition When Browse A Catalog the Display Returns Items From Other Catalogs (Doc ID 2738999.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 15, 2021

Applies to:

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

Symptoms

In fluid ePro Create Requisition, when try to add items to cart from "Browse Catalogs" option get display of items from selected catalog and also items from other catalogs.

Should only see items from the selected catalog.

Replication Steps
1. Navigate : eProcurement > Administer Procurement > Maintain Overall System Options > eProcurement Installation Options
    Select Catalog Security Type : Search Engine
    Check Non Dynamic Range
2. Navigate : eProcurement > Administer Procurement > Matain Catalogs > eProcurement Catalog Security Option
    Check Access Policy & GUI
3. Navigate : Tree Manager > Tree Manager
    Create Tree TREE_1 for CYCLING category with only two items 10000 & 10002
4. Navigate : Tree Manager > Tree Manager
    Create Tree TREE_2 for CYCLING category with only two items 10006 & 10007
5. Navigate : eProcurement > Administer Procurement > Maintain Catalogs > Catalog Security Types
    Check Active for Business Unit
    Select new Trees for US001
6. Run Full Index of Search Definition PV_MASTERITEM_VENDOR
7. Navigate : eProcurement > Requisition (classic)
    Click TREE_1
        10000 & 10002 items are displayed
        Total : 8 Rows consisting of 4 vendors for each item
    Click Home
    Click Tree_2
        10006 & 10007 are displayed
        Total : 3 rows
            10006 : one vendor
            10007 : two vendors
8. Click eProcurement tile > Requisition Tile (fluid)
    Click TREE_1
        Click Cycling
        10000, 10002, 10006 & 10007 are displayed [should display only 10000 & 10002]
    Click TREE_2
        Click Cycling
        10000, 10002, 10006 & 10007 are displayed [should display only 10006 & 10007]

Cause

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