Defaulting Requisition Sourcing details using Sourcing Rules

Sourcing Rules in Oracle R12:
  • You can define sourcing rules that specify how to replenish items in an organization, such as purchased items in plants. Sourcing rules can also specify how to replenish all organizations, as when the entire enterprise gets a subassembly from a particular organization.
    If there is a conflict between a sourcing rule and a bill of distribution, the sourcing rule takes precedence.

  • For instance, if you assign a bill of distribution to AUS that tells it to source a part from NYC, AUS can still define a sourcing rule to source the part from SAC. In this case, the local sourcing rule overrides the bill of distribution.
    Since purchasing only uses the default assignment set specified by the MRP: Default Sourcing Assignment Set profile option. 
  • Verify the value prior to creating a sourcing rule assignment in Purchasing.

1) MRP: Default Sourcing Assignment Set > Supplier Scheduling

2) PO: Automatic Document Sourcing
  • Navigate to Responsibility
    Purchasing, Vision Operations >Supply Base >Sourcing Rules

Replenishment sources can be.
1) Make At – The replenished organization that manufacture the item
2) Buy From – An external supplier
3) Transfer From – An inter-organization Transfer

  • Allocation % will determine the portion of the total order to each source.
    You can enter Shipping Method which will determines the Intransit time and shipping cost which planning will use in its calculations.
    You can Rank supplier Named and bills, giving one priority over another.

Assign Sourcing Rule :

Purchasing, Vision Operations >Supply Base >Assign Sourcing Rules

  • You can assign each sourcing rule to single item or category across all organization or specific organization. 
    Verify Sourcing Rules.
    Purchasing, Vision Operations > Requisitions > Requisitions 

  • Here Source has populated by default in purchase requisitions. Click approve button. You can view requisition summery.

  • This completes the sourcing rule assigning explanation.

  • March 31, 2015 | 104 views