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  • Caio Zioli

    Hi Aditya, i hope this message finds you well.

     

    Please , i was trying to review and understand the current functionality of P-Card in Procurement Cloud , but from what i see untill now, users can asign a P-Card on REQ/PO , but it wont flow to AP.  Is it correct ? If so, what would be the purpose of create a PO/REQ with P-Card if it won't go to AP ?  What is the complete suggested flow for procurement card transactions ?

     

    Tks a lot

    Kind Rgds

  • Caio Zioli

    Hi Aditya, i hope this message finds you well.

     

    Please , i was trying to review and understand the current functionality of P-Card in Procurement Cloud , but from what i see untill now, users can asign a P-Card on REQ/PO , but it wont flow to AP.  Is it correct ? If so, what would be the purpose of create a PO/REQ with P-Card if it won't go to AP ?  What is the complete suggested flow for procurement card transactions ?

     

    Tks a lot

    Kind Rgds

  • Balakrishna Chaturvedula

    True David, Even we are trying to work around by breaking the change orders in chunk etc. But this is a serious limitation.

  • David Wright

    Hi Folks,

    This is an issue we are facing.  If we use the standard PO webservice it is supported to 200 records.  We did ask Oracle if it was possible to change the timeout in the middle tier to stop the webservice timing out.  Although this was possible in the e-Business Suite world it isn't something they are prepared to offer in Cloud ERP. 

    FBDI doesn't have this issue but it has other limitations, primarily the only way to see the interface errors after it has been submitted is to view a .pdf report, which is fine if it is a person looking at the results but not another system.  I think there are also some limitations on the update PO functionality (But I've not confirmed this)

    Check out (and plse vote for) the following (they have SR's associated with them)

    Ability to Create/Update Purchase Orders via interface

    Idea number: 56d5edc752 https://cloudcustomerconnect.oracle.com/posts/56d5edc752

    Require ability to query PO Interface and Interface Error tables after FBDI import process has completed.

    Idea number: f372492da2  https://cloudcustomerconnect.oracle.com/posts/f372492da2

    Regards,

    David.

     

  • Ujas Bhatt

    Thanks Alan. I already raised an relevant SR and got the answer from oracle that ADFDi can handle 500 records at a time.  FBDI there is no defined limit or cannot be set as it depends on multiple factors e.g. Type of data, process etc,. so there is no straight forward answer to this question so far. I will keep this forum posted once i hear more on this.

  • Alan Rowland

    Raise a low level SR.  I haven't anything anything specific for individual modules.

  • Ujas Bhatt
  • Shesh

    Hi Gaurav,

    Have you looked at the Profile Option Name "Control Supplier Communication" at Administrative Level?

    Also, you can modify the Approval Flow to enable conditional notification to buyer, so buyer takes appropriate action in communicating to Supplier.

    Regards,

    Shesh

  • Mirza Adeel Baig

    Dear , 

    Thanks i found it that table and its name is PO_HEADERS_DRAFT_ALL. in which you can all details about order creation options

    Thanks

  • Ram Naresh Rayaprolu

    This is a Planned Idea. A direct REST API for query, create and update the BPA is going to be available in future versions. Check this out, like it if possible

    https://cloudcustomerconnect.oracle.com/posts/d19348ca78

  • Ujas Bhatt

    Thanks Alan !! Seems this is more specific to scenario for GL JE'/

    I would like to understand in general across Finance/Procurement,  What is the maximum lines it can handle both in ADFDi and FBDI?  Is there a setup involved somewhere where you ca increase/decrease number of records it can handle?  I am sure Oracle must be owing this setup however i would like to know from this forum if anyone faced any issue and knows about it.

     

  • Alan Rowland

    If you're using it for JE's then you might find this useful - ADFdi Vs File Based Import For Importing Journals (Doc ID 1622476.1) .   I don't have an equivalent document for Procurement.  If you're using this on a regular basis for business users then consider the ease-of-use of ADFDI.

  • Shesh

    Hello Atif,

    There is an Enhancement Request for this feature refer or follow the below

    Enh 28366465 - NO OPTION TO DELETE MULTIPLE PO'S ON MANAGE ORDER PAGE

    Regards,
    Shesh

  • Nagesh Manda

    Thanks Boyuan.

    I found the MOS note which also suggest the same.

    Query or List Purchasing Agreements Using Soap Web Services or a Rest Api (Doc ID 2466761.1)

    Regards,

    Nagesh.

  • Boyuan Zhu

    Our recommendation is to write your own data model and report in BIP that queries what you want. Then, you can invoke the BIP report service to run the report and retrieve the results: https://docs.oracle.com/cd/E28280_01/bi.1111/e22259/webservices.htm#BIPDV907