The procurement rule and the list of approved suppliers are automatically established globally after approval of EPS. In the 11.5.10, a fix is now available to allow users to create local purchasing rules through the simultaneous program “Generating purchasing rules and ASL from framework agreements.” After applying Patch 4923689, customers must add the simultaneous “Generating Purchasing Rules and FSAs from Framework Agreements” program to a group of requirements they deem appropriate for users to access. You can set distribution percentages if you create supply rules in the Supply Rule window. Product/disposition program planning uses these distribution percentages when creating order orders that import imports as requirements for importing requirements. In a group of requirements imported from the product program planning/disposition, these requirements indicate the percentage of assignments you have defined. In other words, at the end of a planning period, the orders – as a group – correspond approximately to the percentage fraction you have set. However, when you create a requirement in the purchase, purchasing sources are created from the supplier with the highest percentage assigned. The Approved Supplier List (ASL) entry for this supplier is then referenced to retrieve source information (from a framework purchase contract or catalog offer) if supporting documents are available. You can also rank suppliers in the Supply Rule window, so that if a percentage is equal for some suppliers, the sources of purchase to those with the highest rank.
Hello, I have a situation in which we try to import the amount of items in bulk from a data file in the Oracle inventory. As part of this process, we must also associate these elements with the ASL and set scheduled purchasing rules as soon as Oracle Inv elements have been imported. We receive the details from the vendor and supplier site in the data file and we only have a set of procurement rules that have defined our system. We are the 11.5.9. I read that we can import ASL with the open interface of the purchase document. But in my case, I don`t have purchase documents to import, I only have items and rules for purchasing and importing ASL. Is this possible with PDOI? If so, what interface should I populate? Can someone help me? Purchasing standard sourcing information on the basic contract or offer, except under the following conditions: What PDOI can do is import supplier price catalogs as global framework agreements into Oracle. Once these framework agreements have been approved, it can establish contracting rules, contracting rules and ASLs.
So if you have data for supplier price catalogs, you can continue. Also note that the ASLs created by PDOI are only global (you can`t create ASLs inv org through this process). If you define a framework purchase contract or offer as a source document for your item, the purchase provides the following purchase information for your requirement line: buyer, supplier, location, contact, phone, supplier`s item number, type of document (blanket or offer) Source document, source line number and required bid request (yes or no). You can check the purchase information later in the AutoCreate Documents window before placing the requirement line in an order. In the “Approved Supplier List” and “Purchasing Rule” windows, you can also refer to the level of items or goods. In other words, you can provide purchase information for an item at the item level or for a category of items at the merchandise level. You can also make global or local purchases. A global procurement rule in the Acquisition Rule/Distribution window is valid for all operating units. A global ASL entry in the Approved Supplier List window is valid for all orga