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  • Boyuan Zhu

    The page in the popup is not the same as View PO page in Purchasing, but it is used in other places in Purchasing, Procurement, and Financials. 

  • Binayak Mohanty

    Is the PO information is same as Purchase Order page in procurement module?

    BTW, we created a Oracle Service request in Oracle Support to explore if we can mask the PO Amount, but oracle support mentioned as it is not possible as the pop page for PO information is not customizable in Supplier Portal module.

  • Boyuan Zhu

    It is possible, but not recommended as that page is shared across multiple products.

  • Binayak Mohanty

    Boyuan,

     

    Thank you for responding to requirement#2.

    What is your suggestion about requirement#1 to hide PO Amount for Purchase Order? We tried to work on page composer but we could not find the edit option to disable the PO Amount for PO as the PO form in a pop up window from the Match Invoice Line Page.

  • Boyuan Zhu

    Spoke with Payables team and they suggested that the defaulting behavior will have to be an ER. You can follow up with them on their board. 

  • Binayak Mohanty

    Boyuan,

    Thank you for responding to the queries from Renan. I will work with him in the same team for implementation of SP Project.

    Here is the details of the question.

    - We are a cloud customer and do not have any PAAS framework

     

    Navigation: 

    - Create Invoice functionality of Supplier Portal requires PO Matching while creating an invoice. 

    - When user clicks on the Match Invoice, Invoice Matching Page Opens up. 

    - At the time of matching Invoice lines to the PO, User has following options

                                     - Click on the PO number to view the details of the PO

                                     - After selecting PO number and line, available PO Amount is defaulted to Invoice Line Amount

    Now, our requirement is 2 folds

                                    - PO Amount should not be visible when user clicks on the PO details on the matching screen

                                    - After selecting the PO Amount, remaining amount should not be defaulted to Invoice Line Amount

    Please let me know, if above mentioned requirements can be met with Page Composer. We created an SR with Oracle support, and they suggested, as it is an pop us page, so fields can not be edited. Any additional information with this subject is appricieted in advance.

    Thanks

    Binayak

     

  • Vikram Agarwal

    Along with what Boyuan mentioned I think you will also need to customize the PO email notification which is send to Supplier

  • Boyuan Zhu

    It's possible to use open up Supplier Portal as an admin, navigate to the pages in question and use Page Composer to set those fields to not visible. This will affect all users of Supplier Portal. 

  • Renan Robles

    Yes. We do not want the amounts showing. Ideally, we would like to have the option to show or hide at our discretion.

  • Boyuan Zhu

    To clarify, do you mean that both the price and ordered amount for all PO's should be hidden for all suppliers in Supplier Portal? 

  • Steven Cascio

    In fusion, we have remove the item KFF key, this correct. Item Categories refer to the item assigned to the categories in a catalog. We use the term catalog.  We still support default categories in functional area catalogs. In addition we have remove the key flexfield key for catalogs and categories as well.

  • Ramesh Bomma

    Thanks Diego confirming it works

  • Diego Chareca

    Thanks Ramesh, it worked!

    Regards,
    Diego

  • Ramesh Bomma

    Hello All,

    Seems like the links are not working please monitor this thread will find some alternatives and post it here

    Thanks,
    Ramesh

  • Ramesh Bomma

    Hi Diego,

    Removing links as they are not working for now please go through the white paper of Approval Setup if there is new set of videos accessible by all then i will post them here

    Thanks,

    Ramesh