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  • Piyush Singh

    Hi Jay,

    You have two options:

    1. Suppose your use case is to ensure user uploads certain quality certificates. Then you need to create a required DFF with yes/no options and label reading something like: Uploaded ISO 9001 certificate. If you require multiple attachments, you can create multiple DFFs to capture similar information.

    2. Another option is using attachments based questions presented during self-service registration flow (shown under Questionnaire train stop) and you can have those questions marked as required to ensure user provides an attachment.

    Hope this helps.

    Thanks,

    Piyush

  • Karthikeyan Sukumar

    Hi Alan

    1.Use the FBDI template by having the requried fields along with Pay Alone field marked with 'Y' which shown below.You can provide the batch ID unique number for the load

    2.Run the "Load Interface File for Import" from Schedule Process by Selecting "Import Supplier Sites" and upload the file which you have updated from the Step1

    3.Run the "Import Supplier Sites" from Schedule Process and provide the Batch ID which you given the template

     

    Thanks!

    Karthik

  • Piyush Singh

    Due to image issue, I am uploading a file for this post.

    Thanks,

    Piyush

  • Rohit

    As a work around, you can have a custom role which would allow only employee to see news and announcements section. In that case, suppliers won't be able to see news and announcements that are meant for internal employees.

  • Hong Gao

    After step 2) above, the data is in the interface table.  Next step, please go to Suppliers work area and click on Import Suppliers task. Select Import Supplier Sites from the Actions dropdown.  Follow the prompts to submit the job.

    Regards,

    Hong

  • Alexey Shtrakhov

    yes you can do it. you have to define Supplier Relationship.
    Behind supplier site > Invoicing > Third-Party Payment Relationships

    So here you can define Remit-To supplier.

    So when you receive the invoice, invoice should be done to the supplier who delivered the goods (so you can match you invoice to PO) and then in you installments you will see the remit-to supplier defined in the relationships.

    Alexey

  • Piyush Singh

    You also need to make this user a Procurement Agent with Manage Suppliers function for the Procurement Business Unit in which you need to create the site.

    Setup task: Manage Procurement Agents

    Thanks,

    Piyush

  • Shivani Roy

    In the request URI please include totalResults=true.

    This will give return you a column in the response 'totalResults' which will return the number of supplier records present in the system.

    Once you get this count you can set offset and limit accordinly.

    Ex: Say there are 11000 supplier records in the system.

    for the request URI: https://<server>:<port>/fscmRestApi/resources/latest/suppliers?totalResults=true&offset=500&limit=500

    This will return 500 the records starting from row 501 along with totalresults=11000

     

    offset: This can be used to define the starting position of a resource collection.

    limit: This is used to define the number of records to be retrieved by the resource.

    totalResults: This is used to retrieve the total number of rows that a client can expect with the given criteria.

  • Aishwarya Pawar

    Hi Janusz,

    Just to confirm, did you select the correct attributes (Phone Country Code, Phone Area Code, Phone in your example) in the Select and Add Audit Attributes popup? This popup can be accessed from the panel that appears on the right. Doing that would enable the attributes for audit.

    This post can help you walk through the steps:

    https://cloudcustomerconnect.oracle.com/posts/f4a8a63946

    Thanks,

    Aishwarya

     

     

  • Piyush Singh

    Hi Amy,

    You are right, duplicate supplier names are not allowed. You need to enter different names say 'HP US' and 'HP UK' / 'HP (US)' and 'HP (UK)'

    Thanks,

    Piyush

  • Hong Gao

    Sorry but this is not currently supported on supplier DFFs.

    Regards,

    Hong

  • Soumya Parhi

    Hi Joost,

    I have now uploaded the details to the main post. You can download and use.

    Thanks,

    Soumya

    P.S. Please rate the Post if this helps.

  • Arun

    Hello Piyush,

    Thank you for your confirmation. Role based routing is a good option but I may require to create additional conditions

    I shall look forward for your BPM documentation.

    Thanks,

    Arun

  • Arun

    Thank you, Piyush! 

    If DFFs are the only option and UDA cannot be used, Is it true that custom rules for Supplier Profile management tasks are not possible in FSM?

    Also, Is it also true the dynamic approval groups cannot be used in Supplier cloud?

    Looking forward for your BPM documentation as well.

    Thanks,

    Arun

  • Arun

    Thank you, Piyush.

    I do have the following clarifications:

    (1) Is User Defined Attribute different from User Defined Criteria? In Procurement Cloud (where only Supplier Management is enabled), UDA task is not available. Is it true only DFF may be used to add attributes for a Supplier?

    (2) User Defined criteria provides options using HCM. Is it possible to configure for Supplier Portal Cloud attributes?

    (3) Is there a document that provides the details of the conditions and expression builder under BPM Task rules?

    Thanks,

    Arun