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Create Release in Purchasing not working for BPA or CPA

Discussion in 'Oracle SCM & Manufacturing' started by jeyasinghs, Jan 28, 2012.

  1. jeyasinghs

    jeyasinghs Active Member

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    Create Release in Purchasing not working for BPA or CPA.Your thoughts please.
     
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    Create Release in Purchasing not working for BPA or CPA
     
  3. Ramji

    Ramji Forum Guru

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    Hello,

    Can you give the version and a bit more info. Will try to help.
    thanks
    ramji
     
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    Hello,

    Based on you general query I will give you a few things to look for.
    1.Category between the Req Line and the Blanket
    2.Description between the two
    3.Is the Req due date in sync with the blanket due date
    4.Have you checked/ defined ASL
    5 Item revisions shuld be in Sync
    6.Check Exchange rates if applicable are defined and exist
    7.Check Workflow attributes.

    If none of the above applies log a service request with Oracle and upload screen shots of the steps and problem to find a fix. Upload here if you do not have that access. Will try to give you some direction.
    Ramji
     
  5. erp.narendrag

    erp.narendrag Forum Expert

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    Hi,

    when your creating the item you need to enable the approved supplier check box in purchsing tab,
    and one more setup you need to enable the price override check box on BPA.
    check it once MRP:Default Sourcing Assignment Set
    Determines the sourcing assignment set that Oracle Purchasing uses to assign sources to requisitions

    Regards,
    Narendra