What Steve writes is right, but also aware that especially if you use the final data of such a cover, Oracle has a funny notion of „end date“: it doesn`t look at the date on which the goods should be delivered (which would actually be the end date in real life), but it only looks at the day the order is created at random. In the example given, Oracle is therefore happy to create a version for a quantity that will be delivered on each date AFTER 31-DEC-2003, as long as that order was created on a date before the 31-DEC-2003 in the system. That`s why, in the companies I`ve worked in, I`ve always advised using a deadline, because it doesn`t make sense or make it logistically efficient. And the same for an end date: even try to solve it by creating 1BPA before each item, and the end of the encounters that, I will always create the active BPA on the day of publication, and not look at an end date of BPA in the future. The system is only able to use the „active price of today,“ not any form of „active price on the day the shipment is due.“ which is in the automotive, what we would need. You can solve your problem by cross-cutting the bill. In your case, this is a 4-way matching in 4 ways equal to the order, receipt, inspection and amount of billing.d.e received – accepted amount Erelease is completely different from PO. PO, u hv to decide the supplier, qty prices etc…… and after the release of the permissions, one enters the image. In the publication, u hveverything ready u only for the required qty. Because BPA is created once for annuum or for a long time.
I would like to have some information about the Buy Framework Contract (BPA): – what are the benefits – when should it be used — what is the procedure — etc. I wish I could load this in Oracle today and not have to wait until September 1st to do so. But I can only have in 1 line, 1 active line, or at least as far as I know, in my rules of sourcing, ASL, etc. I can`t load data into the system, so for this 1 item in the cap it will start using the new price for deliveries after September 1st. And really, the date of the order is No: I could get an unlock today with a program that has weekly deliveries until the end of December. Then I would like the system to automatically adjust (after loading the info inoff course) the price of deliveries after September 1st. A frame order is usually used to purchase an agreed quantity at a specified price over a specified period of time from the same supplier. The automotive industry awards lump sum orders to many of its suppliers. For example, in the case of a flat-rate order, the automaker could buy 1000 „X“ parts for $1.00 of the 01.01. 31.12.03. The advantage is that it allows you to place a lot of purchases under an order.
It also provides visibility for the supplier, so that it knows what it needs to produce for the coming year. – Desramon Ibrahim on Oracle-l writes:> The collaborators of a project, find a gig – > www.ITtoolbox.com/i/j.asp> > Hello, > > I would like to have some information about the sales framework contract (BPA) >: > – what are the advantages> – when to use it> – what is the procedure> – etc.> > Brief information, BPA aims to reduce> management fees> for making small or > repeat purchases, > the > need to issue individual purchase, invoice and payment documents. > However, since BPA has an „unlock mechanism“ which> is almost the same as creating an order, it seems that we > still have the same administrative costs.