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Get Error ""Contract XXXX is currently not in Approved status. (10400,739)" When PO Lines and Contract For Contract 'A' are Closed, But Lines and Contract 'B' on the Same PO are still Open (Doc ID 2887917.1)

Last updated on MARCH 06, 2023

Applies to:

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


If a PO is associated to 2 contracts (2 lines for contract A and 2 lines for contract B) and the lines for contract A are closed and contract A is also closed, you can no longer pull up the PO in Add/Update POs - even though the 2 lines associated to contract B is still open - as is contract B. In htis scenario the below error is received:


A) Create 2 new general contracts – click on open item reference and make max amount = 1M (No need to enter any lines). Make sure to use a different date on each contract so that you can save them.  (Supplier Contracts -> Create Contrats & Documents -> Contract Entry.)

B) Create a PO with 4 lines (first 2 lines use contract 1, second 2 lines use contract 2). Make sure to go to the Receiving tab and also mark Receiving Required as DO NOT. Dispatch PO. (Purchasing -> Purchase Orders -> Add/Update POs.)

C) Go to Buyer's Workbench and close the first 2 lines associated to contract 1. (Purcnasing -> Purchase Orders -> Buyer's Workbench

D) Try to pull the PO up in Purchasing -> Purchase Orders -> Add/Update POs - get message noted above.

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