2 Replies Latest reply on Jan 23, 2010 8:40 PM by 609426

    Change in Request type and different sequences generation for Req. Type

    609426
      Dear All,

      We have the following requisition types in the Requisition Form:

      1. Purchase Requisition
      2. Internal Requisition

      We would like to divide the Internal Requisition to:

      Internal Requisition from Branches and
      Internal Requisition from Departments/Sections

      I found that these values are available in FND_LOOKUPS table.

      Is it possible for us to make this change, through the Application Developer..?

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      If the above change is possible, then based on the requisition type selection, it should generate a different sequence number.

      Is this possible without customization..?

      Please update...

      Many thanks in advance..

      Edited by: santark on Jan 20, 2010 4:03 AM
        • 1. Re: Change in Request type and different sequences generation for Req. Type
          643952
          Is it possible for us to make this change, through the Application Developer..?
          I dont know if one can change or not but I would suggest not to try and do internal changes
          If the above change is possible, then based on the requisition type selection, it should generate a different sequence number.
          what you can do is open a DFF at header level,make a number series auto generate which could be a context sensitive DFF ..depending on what type of requisiton is being made, Internal or standard..if internal, u can classify the numbering series too..this type of customization is achievable

          Hope this helps

          Please mark the thread as useful or answered if it is


          Emm
          www.teknofunctional.com
          • 2. Re: Change in Request type and different sequences generation for Req. Type
            609426
            Thank you Emm for the response....

            +..if internal, u can classify the numbering series too..+

            Could you please explain the above line a little more..?

            regards...