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Saturday, January 26, 2008

Link Purchase Order and Requisition

You have a purchase order and you have a requisition, but wait how do you know how this purchase order is linked with requisition. Here is the query thats answers this. Use this query find linked Purchase order and Requisition.
This could be really a helpful one.


SELECT prh.segment1 req_number
,prh.authorization_status
,prl.line_num req_line_num
,prl.item_description req_item_description
,prl.unit_price req_unit_price
,prl.quantity req_quantity
,pd.req_header_reference_num
,pd.req_line_reference_num
,pl.line_num
,pl.item_description
,pl.quantity
,pl.amount
,ph.segment1 po_number
,prd.distribution_id
,pd.req_distribution_id
FROM po_requisition_headers_all prh
,po_requisition_lines_all prl
,po_req_distributions_all prd
,po_distributions_all pd
,po_line_locations_all pll
,po_lines_all pl
,po_headers_all ph
WHERE prh.requisition_header_id = prl.requisition_header_id
and prh.org_id = prl.org_id
and prl.requisition_line_id = prd.requisition_line_id
and prl.org_id = prd.org_id
and prd.distribution_id = pd.req_distribution_id(+)
and prd.org_id = pd.org_id(+)
and pd.line_location_id = pll.line_location_id(+)
and pd.org_id = pll.org_id(+)
and pll.po_line_id = pl.po_line_id(+)
and pll.org_id = pl.org_id(+)
and pl.po_header_id = ph.po_header_id(+)
and pl.org_id = ph.org_id(+)

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