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I have already done this.Did you bounce the application services and see if it helps? If not, you better log a SR.
You certainly do not need 500 responsibilities. One responsibility is enough.
Double check your securing attributes.
What should the securing attributes be for the 1 responsibility ? If I associate it with a supplier, then I cannot use it with another supplier ....
Define the responsibility with securing attributes as follows
ICX Supplier Contact ID = -9999
ICX Supplier Org ID = null
ICX Supplier Site ID = -9999
Hope this answers your question
Yes - that did it.
Could you please let me know how it works? I tried the solution but still didn't work at all. It would be great if you can provide an example for that.
I set all the 3 secure attributes at responsibility level. At the user level I set the actual supplier id and site id.
I went to iSupplier Portal, clicked on "Account" Tab, Clicked on "Create Standard Invoice" button.
when I checked the list of values for "Supplier" it is showing the supplier what I assigned at user level.
Don't seelct this.. Just click on "Next".. It is showing all the suppliers irrespective of assigned at user level.. How to prevent this? Any idea?
can you share the link of R12 i supplier implementation guide
Please find the link:
Thanks for the tip of using the securing Attribute of -9999. Can you please explain what exactly a value of -9999 signifies vs. the use of some other value such as 1234.
Brad, a -9999 value specifies that this responsibilities is not tied to a specific supplier site / contact.
Any other value would mean that the responsibility is meant for a specific entity.
Hope this helps