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Search Purchase Orders – iSupplier Internal View


Application: Oracle iSupplier Portal


Form Description: Search / View Purchase Orders using Oracle iSupplier Portal module

Oracle iSupplier Portal comes with a seeded responsibility called ‘Oracle iSupplier Portal Internal View’. Using this responsibility globally you can view lot of purchasing/sourcing information.

Navigate to Oracle iSupplier Portal Internal view responsibility -> Click on ‘ORDERS’ tab

Search Purchase Orders - Oracle iSupplier Internal View

Search Purchase Orders – Oracle iSupplier Internal View

Enter the search criteria

  • Operating Unit
  • PO Number
  • Order Date
  • Supplier
  • Supplier Site
  • Buyer

Click ‘GO’ to search.

Output displays with the below fields.

  • PO number
  • Revision
  • Operating Unit
  • Supplier
  • Supplier Site
  • Document Type
  • Description
  • Order Date
  • Currency
  • Buyer
  • Amount
  • Status
  • Acknowledge By
  • Attachment

Output data can be exported into excel.Clicking on a specific PO you can view the PO details, PO change history and also able to respond to pending actions on PO changes.


Create Sourcing Events


Application: Oracle Sourcing
Form Description: Create Sourcing Events

Events created in Sourcing module can be used to attach to RFQ/RFI, this would help in grouping RFQ/RFIs related to one event an further reporting.

Navigation: Oracle Sourcing -> Supplier Super User -> Sourcing Home Page -> Under ‘Create’ click ‘Event’.

Create Sourcing Events

Create Sourcing Events

  • Enter Event title
  • Enter Event Description
  • Enter Inactive Date
  • Under forms -> Attach forms to capture additional information related to this event
  • Click ‘Apply’ to save the Event

Sourcing Supplier Invitation Lists


Application: Oracle Sourcing
Form Description: Invitation List

Supplier Invitation Lists are used to pre-define the frequently used group of suppliers. While issuing Request For Quotations, instead of entering suppliers one by one, you can use pre-defined list of suppliers. Generally suppliers are grouped by the commodities they supply.

Navigation: Oracle Sourcing -> Supplier SUper User -> Sourcing Home Page -> Under ‘Reusable Lists’ click ‘Invitation’.

Using Invitation list screen you can query on enter new Invitation List.

Query Supplier Invitation Lists

Query Supplier Invitation Lists

  • Click ‘Create Invitation List’
  • Enter List Name
  • Enter Description
  • Select Access Level: Select ‘Public’ for anyone one to access, select ‘Private’ to restrict others to access.
  • Under ‘Participants’ click ‘Add Suppliers’
Create Supplier Invitation Lists

Create Supplier Invitation Lists

  • Search Suppliers
  • Select Supplier
  • Click ‘Ad to Invitation List’
  • Search again for more suppliers
  • Click ‘Apply’