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EDX PO Change Orders Are Transmitted When They Should Not Be (Doc ID 2757617.1)

Last updated on MARCH 03, 2021

Applies to:

PeopleSoft Enterprise SCM Purchasing - Version 9.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

EDX PO Change orders are transmitted when they should not be. This is happening for Business Unit Purchasing Options with more than one effective date where the newer date set  'transmit change order'  NOT Checked.


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

Setup:
1.  Navigate to Purchasing options: Set Up Financials/Supply Chain > Business Unit Related > Purchasing > Purchasing Options. Select Processing Option ID ‘US001’ Use ‘Correct History’.
2. Click on ‘Dispatch Method’.   Make sure the ‘Transmit change orders’ is checked. Click OK.  Insert a new effective date row by clicking on the ‘+’ icon.
3. New effective dated row is inserted. ‘01/02/1900’.  Click on ‘Dispatch Method’. Make sure the ‘Transmit change orders’ is UNCHECKED. Click OK. Click Save.
4. Go to the Supplier Information. Select  ‘correct history’ mode and access the ‘Location’ tab. Click on the Procurement hyperlink for Location ‘MAIN’.
5. Ensure the dispatch methods section for this supplier location is setup as: PO Dispatch Options = 'Specify at this Level', PO Dispatch Method = 'EDX'.  Save changes.

Steps:
1. Open Purchase order '0000000270'  and ensure that it is dispatched using Print dispatch method.  Then click on the Change Order Icon  to create a change order.
2. Make changes to the PO. Dispatch Method = EDX. PO Reference – Suffix ‘testing 2’. Save PO.
3. Query before running the dispatch process. Notice the PO ID ‘0000000270’ is not in this list.
   SELECT * FROM PS_PO_HDR_OUT_EC WHERE PO_ID = '0000000270'
4. Dispatch PO
5. Query after running the dispatch process. Notice the PO ID ‘0000000270’ is in this list.
 SELECT * FROM PS_PO_HDR_OUT_EC WHERE PO_ID = '0000000270'
This confirms the PO change order was transmitted.

The same happens for new PO created.



Changes

 

Cause

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