Hello, Has anyone used position roles for purchase requisition authorizations?I have set up purchase requisition authorization using positions and when I try to authorize from the left side I get the following message.“The authorization limit on the last step in the routing template is less than the purchase requistion amount”the PREQ amount is 709606.04the last authorizer in my template has an authoriation amount of 99999999999999.00But I can approve the same step, if I select the purchase requistion line from the right sideI have to authorize/acknowledge each purchase requistion line in the right side of the window. This only happens with a postion structure. anyone has this problem or know the reason for this?
Hello,I would like to be able to print one of the “main” IFS reports to PDF and be able to access the PDF -- from outside of IFS. For example, I would like to be able to print a Purchase Order and have access to the generated PDF, from a custom-build .NET program (C#).I turned on the debugger in IEE, and after the popup comes up to print, preview, or email the Purchase Order, there is no output in the debugger. So, I cannot tell what is being called to generate the PDF. But the Windows IEE client must be telling Oracle what to do in order for the PDF to be created, no?The bottom line is that I would like to use Oracle package method calls to generate and access the PDF representing a document such as this. I don’t want to re-create the whole purchase order report outside of IFS when the default P.O. is already a good start, and the PDF format is acceptable.How to I generate a PDF and access it from outside IFS via Oracle API calls? Thanks,Joe Kaufman
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