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PO Auto Source Abends with "Process ABENDED at Step PO_CMPRICE.PR1000.GETELPO5 When' Default Contract On Req' is not Checked ON in the Purchasing Definition and using Punch Out (Doc ID 2823708.1)

Last updated on JANUARY 04, 2022

Applies to:

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

Symptoms

PO Auto Source Abends with "Process ABENDED at Step PO_CMPRICE.PR1000.GETELPO5 When' Default Contract On Req' is not Checked ON in the Purchasing Definition and using Punch Out.

Error:

Steps

1) Create contract with specific Supplier Item ID, Manufacturer ID and Supplier Item ID (Supplier Contracts -> Create Contracts and Documents -> Contract Entry)
2) Update purchasing definition (Setup Financials/Supply Chain -> Business Unit Related -> Purchasing -> Purchasing Definition) to not default contract on (unchecking this is what causes the error - if this is checked then it doesn't go to error)
3) Create eProcurement Requisition (click on eProcurement Tile) for Staples (punchout)- use item ID on the contract 
4) When Requisition is created, click on Details of Requisition to verify that the contract is not on the requisition.  Save and submit Requisition ( run budget check if necessary)
5) Run PO_AUTO_SRC process abends (Purchasing -> Purchase Orders -> Stage/Source Requests -> PO Auto Sourcing)

See replication steps here.

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Cause

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