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    Sanket Salve
    In Purchase Order Approval window Requisition hyperlink is...
    Topic posted August 26, 2019 by Sanket SalveBronze Medal: 1,250+ Points, last edited August 26, 2019, tagged Approvals, Approvals/Notification 
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    Title:
    In Purchase Order Approval window Requisition hyperlink is disabled in 19B version
    Summary:
    In earlier versions of fusion, when we tries to click on requisition number, it used to redirect the approver to requisition page. Now the hyperlink on requisition number is disabled.
    Content:

    In earlier versions of fusion, when we click on requisition it used to redirect approver to requisition page and he will be able to see the requisition before approval of PO.

    In version 19B when approver tries to click on requisition, the hyperlink is disabled and he is unable to navigate to requisition page.

    Whereas if he tries to click on PO number he is able to see purchase order.

    I would like to know is there any functionality, so that we can enable this hyperlink to open requisition or is there any workaround.

    Reg,

    Sanket S.

     

    Version:
    19B
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    Comment

     

    • Ivan Pena

      Hi Sanket,

      I understand this may be perceived as a regression. The purchase order approval notification is now generated using a BI Publisher template, which allows more flexibility for customization but some hyperlinks that were available in ADF Faces are not available now. If this becomes a deal breaker, I can provide instructions to go back to the previous ADF Faces based notification.

      Ivan

    • Sanket Salve

      Dear Ivan,

      Thanks for your response.

      Yes, Kindly provide the steps.

      And also if possible please share steps to add a hyperlink in BI template.

      Reg,

      Sanket S

    • Ivan Pena

      Hi Santek, 

      Please check support note 2554007.1 for the steps to revert back to the ADF based approval notifications. Currently it's not possible to drill down from a BI Publisher report to a requisition as the requisition object does not support deep links yet.

      Ivan