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    Caio
    Contract Terms as AttachmentsAnswered
    Topic posted July 17, 2019 by CaioGold Medal: 3,500+ Points 
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    Title:
    Contract Terms as Attachments
    Summary:
    Is Procurement Contracts Licenses/Subscription necessary for adding Contract Terms as Attachments on purchase orders ?
    Content:

    Is Procurement Contracts Licenses/Subscription necessary for adding Contract Terms as Attachments on purchase orders ?

    Version:
    19C

    Best Comment

    Nitin Katare

    No subscriptions needed in that case for Procurement Contracts Cloud. You are simply creating a new contract source in the lookup and associating the attachment to this source name (user defined).

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    • Ankur Singhal

      Yes, in order to be able to Enable the feature of the Contract Terms  and use the Contract Template attachment in Purchase Orders you will need to obtain the Procurement Contracts Licence. The reason is simple, you would need to enable the Procurement Contracts function, Contract Terms Template are defined and maintained in the contract application although you can directly use it under the Purchase Orders.

    • Nitin Katare

      Hi Caio,

      Needed some clarification.  Are you:

      Option 1: Planning to simply add an attachment to the Purchase Order and attach a PDF version of a document? (that happens to be contract terms that have been authored elsewhere not in an Oracle system)

      Option 2: Planning to leverage the Contract Terms tab when authoring the Purchase Order and attach a terms template that had been previously created in Fusion?

      Thanks

      Nitin

      • Caio

        Hi Nitin,  option 1.

        Purchase orders are created on purchasing cloud but the contract terms are authored on OKC (OnPremise) . For that reasons , the idea is that buyers would attach the contract using the contract source as "Attachment".  

        • Nitin Katare

          No subscriptions needed in that case for Procurement Contracts Cloud. You are simply creating a new contract source in the lookup and associating the attachment to this source name (user defined).