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Edit Requisition Link in Fluid Approvals Takes User to Shopping Cart Instead of Checkout (Doc ID 2831431.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 03, 2023

Applies to:

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


When accessing the edit Requisition from the Edit Requisition link takes the user to the Shopping Cart instead of checkout, when the option <Go To Checkout First> for Edit Requisition Options is selected.
When return from this, the system throws a message and user needs to reply to message

<This will cancel all changes you've made to the requisition. Are you sure you want to continue?>.

There is no reason for having this message because no change was done. Also, when user clicks on the Checkout button, the Pending Approval button to go back to the Fluid Approval page.

Steps to Reproduce the Issue:
1. Fluid Installation Settings
Navigation: eProcurement > Administer Procurement > Maintain Overall System Options > eProcurement Installation Options > Fluid Installation Settings link
Edit Requisition Options = Go To Checkout First
2. Open ePro requisition and Click on the Approvals tile
3. Click on the All Arrow
4. Click on the Edit Requisition
5. It takes you to the Shopping Cart and not to Checkout. Also, not the Pending Approval button is on this page As per eProcurement Fluid Installation Settings setup it expected to have PV_MOB_855_SR_CHECKOUT and not PV_MOB_855_SR_CART page.

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