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  • Sathya Srikanth
    Disable personal mailboxes and Use Oracle Fusion...1
    Topic posted July 23, 2019 by Sathya Srikanth, tagged How-To, Requisition Processing, Security, Setup, Supplier Communication, Supply & Distribution Planning Cloud, White Paper 
    Title:
    Disable personal mailboxes and Use Oracle Fusion Functionalities
    Summary:
    Disable all personal mailboxes and use only the functionalities of Oracle platform
    Content:

    Hello Team

    We intend to disable all personal mailboxes of our team and have use only the functionalities of Oracle platform from where we can send emails to suppliers and internal Vendor Management Team. 

    This would give opportunity for us to know the status of each of the Contracts / Purchase Requisitions / Purchase Orders inside Oracle Fusion itself. At the same time, we intend to have better control on the Supplier Negotiations.

    Regards

    Sathya

  • Sandeep Kumar
    Blanket Agreement is not showing on PO Level1
    Topic posted May 18, 2019 by Sandeep KumarSilver Medal: 2,000+ Points, tagged Requisition Processing, Supply & Distribution Planning Cloud 
    Title:
    Blanket Agreement is not showing on PO Level
    Summary:
    Blanket Agreement is not showing on PO Level
    Content:

    We have entered a Blanket purchase agreement which is based on Category. Now we have entered PR and missing to select blanket agreement but when I convert this PR into PO, I am unable to select Blanket agreement on PO level, Category is same which we have selected on the Purchase agreement, is it standard or do u miss something?

     

  • Jagan Bakkiyanathan
    Min Max Planning not considering Purchasing UOM1
    Topic posted May 2, 2019 by Jagan BakkiyanathanRed Ribbon: 250+ Points, tagged Create Requisition, Fusion, Orders, Setup, Supply & Distribution Planning Cloud 
    Title:
    Min Max Planning not considering Purchasing UOM
    Summary:
    Min Max Planning not considering Purchasing UOM
    Content:

    Scenario :-

    Suppose a item primary UOM is Each

    But always the supplier supplies the material in Case. here 1 Case = 6 Each

    We have min Max enabled for this item and there is No Blanket agreement since the price keep on fluctuates we cannot have BPA.

    We have created ASL for the Item. In the ASL we have defined Purchasing UOM as Case

    Also at item level - PIM - we have defined the PO issue UOM as Case

    Now when I run Min Max - it create Requisition in  Each rather then Case.

    How to active the above functionality

    Note :- Business dont want to use BPA since the price fluctates a lote. This was a standard functionality in EBS. I am not able to achieve the same in Fusion

  • Harshith E S
    Need the concept/logic behind why Retroactive pricing is...1
    Topic posted March 29, 2019 by Harshith E SRed Ribbon: 250+ Points, tagged Agreements, Approvals, Approvals/Notification, Approved Supplier List, BI Publisher Reports, Business Intelligence, Create Requisition, FAQ, Financials, Fusion, General Ledger, How-To, Manage Procurement Catalog, Notifications, Orders, Payables, Public Sector, Requisition Processing, Security, Setup, Supplier Communication, Supply & Distribution Planning Cloud, Tip, Web Services, White Paper 
    Title:
    Need the concept/logic behind why Retroactive pricing is viable only with Non-Cumulative Price Break and not with Cumulative Price Break in BPA on Procurement Cloud ?
    Summary:
    We have a request from our client to have Retroactive pricing under Cumulative Price break in Blanket Purchase Agreement.
    Content:

    Hi all,

    Based on my research,

    For a retroactive pricing to reflect, it is suggested to choose price break type as Non-Cumulative.

    Need to understand the relation between Price Break and Retroactive Pricing, an explanation with a Business example would help.

    Please refer this document ID in My Oracle Support - (Doc ID 2259539.1) 

    Thank you,

    Harshith E S

     

     

    Version:
    19A (11.13.19.01.0)
  • DIEGO SCHENQUERMAN
    Can Supplier Portal Page be Customized With DFF's From...5
    Topic posted March 12, 2019 by DIEGO SCHENQUERMANBlue Ribbon: 750+ Points, tagged Approved Supplier List, Financials, Orders, Supplier Communication, Supply & Distribution Planning Cloud 
    Title:
    Can Supplier Portal Page be Customized With DFF's From Purchase Order?
    Summary:
    Can Supplier Portal Page be Customized With DFF's From Purchase Order?
    Content:

    I want to be able to create a Purchase Order DFF and see that information in Supplier Portal.

    I read the note in Oracle support: Can Supplier Portal Page be Customized With DFF's From Purchase Order? (Doc id 2411317.1), and it is not clear for me.

    in the note said: a) it is not possible to customize the Supplier Portal page. b) PO page can be customized so that the DFF’s are only visible to someone having the Buyer Role. This will then dictate the same DFF visibility on the Supplier Portal page. To do this, create a custom expression at PO line level and stipulate the DFF’s visibility only when user has Employee role.

    I don't understand this because Suppliers will not have the Buyer Role. So it is not clear for me.

    Did someone had this requirement before?

     

     

     

     

  • Jagan Bakkiyanathan
    [Declined Idea] Min Max Planing - Supplier details are not...Answered7
    Topic posted March 1, 2019 by Jagan BakkiyanathanRed Ribbon: 250+ Points, tagged Requisition Processing, Supply & Distribution Planning Cloud 
    Title:
    [Declined Idea] Min Max Planing - Supplier details are not taken from Sourcing rule
    Summary:
    Min Max Planing - Supplier details are not taken from Sourcing rule
    Content:

    Create ASL for an Item. donot provide any BPA/CPA details in ASL.

    Create Sourcing rule for the same Item and add the sourcing rule to assignment set

    When MIN Max is run the requisition would be created. In the requisition the Supplier details are not getting populated from Sourcing rule. This functionality was standard functionality in EBS. In fusion the functionality is not available

    Version:
    R13
  • Nitin Kabra
    Dropshipment for Inventory and Expense/Service Item in...1
    Topic posted August 14, 2018 by Nitin KabraGreen Ribbon: 100+ Points, tagged Orders, Supply & Distribution Planning Cloud 
    Title:
    Dropshipment for Inventory and Expense/Service Item in single Sales Order/Purchase Order
    Summary:
    Dropshipment for Inventory and Expense/Service Item in single Sales Order/Purchase Order
    Content:

    Hi All:

    One of our customers is having the same requirement of having Customers Saler Order with Inventory and Non-Inventory (Expense) Items to be include in a single Sales Order and a Drop Shipment to be created both for Inventory & Expense/Service Items.

    Can you help here and provide details of the solution? Our current challenge is that in the Drop Shipment Flow : Requisition is created for Inventory Item but not not Service Item

    Nitin Kabra 

  • Mohanish Mahajan
    Use Dropshipment functionality for expense items ?Answered9
    Topic posted April 30, 2018 by Mohanish MahajanBronze Medal: 1,250+ Points, tagged Orders, Payables, Requisition Processing, Setup, Supply & Distribution Planning Cloud, Tip 
    Title:
    Use Dropshipment functionality for expense items ?
    Summary:
    Is it possible to use Oracle drop-shipment flow for a expense item.?
    Content:

    Hi,

    My client provides device installation services to its customers. But instead of doing the installation itself, it outsources it to third party vendors. We want to model this as a drop-shipment flow in Oracle cloud, even though there is no real shipment happening. We will define the installation service as an expense item in the system.

    Creation of a sales order should automatically trigger a purchase requisition and PO. and the supplier invoice should trigger the PO receipt and customer shipment and invoice. 

    I have gone through the documentation and also the release training (R11). As far as I understood, the drop-shipment feature in Oracle is predominantly for Inventory items. Therefore will like to know if it is possible to use the drop-shipment functionality for an expense items too and if there are any possible issues that we should be aware of. Please provide your inputs.

    Thanks & Regards,

    Mohanish Mahajan

  • Ujas Bhatt
    Finance/Procurement Cloud - Rel 13 - Listing of new features...1
    Topic posted February 26, 2018 by Ujas BhattSilver Trophy: 7,500+ Points, tagged Supply & Distribution Planning Cloud 
    Title:
    Finance/Procurement Cloud - Rel 13 - Listing of new features and functionality enhancements
    Summary:
    Finance/Procurement Cloud - Rel 13 - Listing of new features and functionality enhancements
    Content:

    We are planning to upgrade our current Oracle Financial/Procurement cloud instance from Rel 12 To Rel 13.  I am looking out for list of New features and functionality enhancements for Finance/Procurement in "Excel" format.

    Can anyone help how can we get the listing of new features and functionality enhancements in Excel format?  Does oracle provides listing of new feature and functionalities other then PDF/HTML format?

    Thanks,

    Ujas

  • Sunny Todkari
    Cloud R13: Supplier Performance Is Not Showing Any Data6
    Topic posted January 31, 2018 by Sunny TodkariGold Trophy: 10,000+ Points, tagged Supply & Distribution Planning Cloud 
    Title:
    Cloud R13: Supplier Performance Is Not Showing Any Data
    Summary:
    Cloud R13: Supplier Performance Is Not Showing Any Data
    Content:

    Hello,

     

    We are not able to see 'Supplier Performance' dashboard.
    After checking with Oracle support we came to know that - Dashboard and reports were based on data warehousing BI product (OBIA).
    At this time, Oracle can only report on transactional data in the cloud. As a result, Oracle has removed the supplier performance dashboard and reports.

    Oracle does have some infolets that might help in this area such as the Overdue Schedules infolet or the Open Orders/Open Schedules infolets.

    Is anybody else is facing the same issue?
    Do you have any workaround for this?
    Are you using any other reports which can fulfill this requirement?