Are you talking about oracle ebs purchasing module ? or any other application ?
please give some details with version ?
Product Oracle Purchasing
Product Version 12.1.3
Operating System Linux x86-64
OS Version Red Hat Enterprise 5
we have same ver - R12.1.3. and purchasing module, not i-proc.
I have tested the same at my end.
create req. manually from purchasing module , approve it and return the same from Autocreate form.
The PR is in RETRUN status and I can allow to change the price .
Why not at your end ?
If we raise a non-catalogue request approve and return from Autocreate pool it does allow us to change the requisition price, however, using a 'Smart Form' doesnt allow this capability, similarly to a catalogue request. Are you using a 'Smart Form' to raise your requisition?
No, we are not using smart form.
Do you mean to say that the PR is created from i-proc module ?
Please can anyone else help with this issue as it is business critical.
I appriciate any help provided.
The Smart Forms are setup for the same reason catalogue requests are used, to restrict users requirements and ensure more efficient purchasing.
The Requisition is raised on the back of the smart form by Purchasing module but the Smart forms are located in I-Procurement, this then drops into the Autocreate pool where the Buyer will create the PO.
After creating the PO in an incomplete stage thru Autocreate , it is possible to change the price in this scenario ?
The general work around would be to re-raise the Requisition or Auto create the PO and correct the price there, however, this wouldn't then reflect back on the requisition. The business is adamant that they were once able to correct the price in the requisition but I can find no proof of this.
a) Please share the details of the patches applied (Patch analysis documentation if created)
b) Why is price on PR important? Is the customer using budgeting functionality, if not an updated price on PO should do.
My understanding is price of a good/service is a decision by the Procurement/ Material Management function, not by the indentor or end user.