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  • Ivan Pena

    Hi Thota,

    Please refer to the Oracle Procurement Cloud documentation.

    Ivan

  • Ramesh Radhakrishnan
    • posted via email reply June 29, 2017
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    Great thanks for confirming. That's what I was also thinking...
    
  • Iliyas Syed

    Hi,

    Warehouse Management and Cost Management offerings should be enabled to use this feature.

    Regards,

    Iliyas Syed

  • Ivan Pena

    Hi Gopi,

    To close the loop, what you describe is only supported if the BUs belong to the same ledger.

    Ivan

  • Mike O'Connor

    Hi Dalia,

    You can look at the documentation section on importing contracts to see if that is helpful: http://docs.oracle.com/applications/farel12/commonops_gs/OACTS/OACTS1492793.htm#OACTS1492793.  This would apply for implementing buy-side (procurement) contracts into ECM.  If you are trying to upload into Purchasing Cloud (i.e. contract terms along with a PO or agreement), you could investigate the import capabilities of those transactions.

    I am not sure what errors you are encountering but you could also try opening a support ticket with more details on what you are trying to achieve.

    Regards,

    Mike

  • Chris Pinto

    Hi Sudhir,

    Create a tax rule (Manage tax rule) with the criteria: 

    if Bill from = UK then tax is 5%

    If bill from = USA then tax is 10%

    Regards,

    Chris  

  • Kathy Myers

    Oh sorry, I now see that your ledgers are different between your Bill to and your Client BU.  I am only familiar with doing this when the ledgers are the same between the client and bill to BUs..sorry that I missed that in your initial data points.

  • Gopinath Kartheesan
  • Gopinath Kartheesan

    Thanks Kathy for the quick turn around.  Actually we have completed the setups you mentioned below but it's failing in the last setup.  I have also attached the screenshots for your reference.  Could you please let us know what we are missing to complete the last step?

    Please make sure you have setup the Service Provider Relationship so that you have the Procurement BU tied to both the OC Enterprises BU and the OC at Legacy Health (JV) BU - DONE

    , then when you create the site you will create the site in the procurement BU - DONE, you will then have two site assignments, one that has the client and bill to BU both as OC Enterprises BU - DONE

    and then another site assignment that has the client BU as OC at Legacy Health (JV) BU and the bill to bu as OC Enterprises BU. - This is Failing as we are not able to select the Bill to BU as OC Enterprise BU. 

    I have attached the setup document with the screenshots.  If you can review and let me know, it would be great.

    Thanks Kathy

    Regards

    Gopi

  • Kathy Myers

    Gopi -

    Please make sure you have setup the Service Provider Relationship so that you have the Procurement BU tied to both the OC Enterprises BU and the OC at Legacy Health (JV) BU, then when you create the site you will create the site in the procurement BU, you will then have two site assignments, one that has the client and bill to BU both as OC Enterprises BU and then another site assignment that has the client BU as OC at Legacy Health (JV) BU and the bill to bu as OC Enterprises BU. This setup will then allow you to create the requisition in OC at Legacy Health (JV) BU which will then create a PO in the with the  OC Centralized Procurement BU and on the PO you will see that the bill to BU as OC Enterprises BU.

    Hope that helps

  • Suman Guha

    Hi Sudhir,

    It's best that you post your question to the Financial forum for experts from the Oracle Fusion Tax team to review.

    From my limited knowledge in the area, I believe for US you would need to define taxes and tax jurisdictions at the state, county, city levels.

    Regards,

    Suman.

  • Suman Guha

    @MaryAnne Wanted to know the name of the customer who's looking for this capability. Anyways you already got the answer from Tom that I would have provided as well.

  • Ms MaryAnne

    Suman - Can you explain what you mean by customer. In one case the customer could be the Procurement email address where the requisition will be sent to in order to be turned into a PO. In another case the customer could be the requisition submitter. 

    Jim - That is definitely not something I thought about and is a good idea. 

    Tom - I will review the Whitepaper to get a better understanding of the integration. 

    Thank you all for the response this was extremely helpful. 

  • Steven Cascio
    • posted via email reply June 12, 2017
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    You will see the attribute module are many of the base functions such as 
    value sets, DFFs, EFFs, etc.  In your use case I answered assuming you 
    were talking about DFFs for R12 catalogs.
    
    
  • David Cesteros

    Thanks Steven for your update

    If I understand you, the information in field 'Module' is only used for DFF?

     

    Thanks