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I am not very sure but I don't think so it will happen because procurement is controlled at Operating Unit level, so, if both the Orgs are under the same OU, they will be able to view that ASL.
Correct me if I am wrong.
According to the Oracle Purchasing User’s Guide
"Sourcing Globally or Locally
In the Approved Supplier List and Sourcing Rule windows, you also
choose whether to exercise the sourcing information at a global or local
level. A sourcing rule assigned at the global level in the Sourcing Rule
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/ Bill of Distribution Assignments window is valid for all operating
units. A global ASL entry in the Approved Supplier List window is
valid for all inventory organizations in an operating unit. A local
sourcing rule or ASL entry is valid only for the organization that you
were in or that you chose when creating the sourcing rule or ASL entry.
Local entries take precedence over global ones. For example, if you
have a global sourcing rule that says to use Supplier A for an item for
all organizations in your company, and a local sourcing rule for the
same item that says to use the local Supplier Z only for your
organization, Purchasing defaults Supplier Z on requisitions or
purchase orders created in your organization. Local entries are the
default in the Approved Supplier List window."