Oracle Procurement Cloud 2017 Implementation Essentials
Question No: 11
A supplier sales representative wants to track and manage their agreements and have the ability to add and edit catalog content for agreements online.
Identify two duty roles that accomplish this requirement.
Purchase Order Changes as Supplier Duty
Purchase Agreement Viewing as Supplier Duty
Contract Terms Deliverables Management Duty
Purchase Agreement Changes as Supplier Duty
Purchase Document Analysis as Supplier Duty
Answer: C,D Explanation:
C: The Contract Terms Deliverables Management Duty manages contract terms deliverables. This includes setting the deliverable status, adding comments, and uploading
D:Purchase Agreement Changes as Supplier Duty performs purchase agreement change management tasks as a supplier.
Question No: 12
Your customer wants to configure six BUs: five Requisitioning BUs and one BU configured as a shared Procurement BU with only the Procurement function enabled.
How will you define the relationship between the Requisitioning BUs and the Procurement BU?
The Procurement BU must be assigned with the Requisitioning business function in order for it to be a shared services center.
The Payables business function must be assigned in addition to the Procurement business function.
Intercompany transactions need to be defined between the Requisitioning BUs and the Procurement BU.
The Procurement BU needs to be configured as a service provider to the Requisitioning BUs.
Answer: D Explanation:
Without the site assignment model each client BU would be forced to establish its own relationship with the supplier. The service provider relationship between the client BU and procurement BU is defined in the business unit setup.
References: Oracle Procurement Cloud Using Procurement (Release 9), page 30
Question No: 13
You are in negotiations with a set of suppliers. After the award process was completed, you were told that none of the suppliers received any email notification. Identify two applicable reasons for this.
The Share Award Decision check box was not selected during completion of the award.
Fusion Security restricts external email communication.
Notifications can be sent only while inviting suppliers and not when awarding them.
The Do Not Notify Suppliers check box was selected.
The email notification server was not configured.
Question No: 14
You are implementing Cloud Procurement contracts and during user acceptance testing, the user would like to create clauses in the Cloud applications similar to what were available in their legacy Contract application.
Identify two ways to create clauses as per their requirement.
Import Clauses from the Contracts workarea page.
Manage Contract Standard Clauses, Templates, and Profiles from Functional Setup Manager.
Create Clauses from the Contracts workarea page.
Manage Contract Standard Clauses from Functional Setup Manager.
Answer: A,D Explanation:
A: You can import clauses from legacyapplications by running Oracle Fusion Enterprise Scheduler (ESS) processes from the Terms Library work area by selecting the Import Clauses task or from the Setup Manager by selecting the Manage Processes task.
D: Navigate to Define Contract Terms and Clause Library Configuration and open the Manage Contract Standard Clauses, Templates, and Expert Rules task. This is not a setup and maintenance task, but a manual task that is performed from the Terms Library work area.
Question No: 15
During an implementation where Procurement Contract and Supplier Portal are being implemented, the Procurement Contract user (buyer) has created deliverables on a supplier, which also has an identified Supplier Portal user. The supplier has requested the buyer to email details of the deliverable.
Advise the buyer on how he or she can communicate the deliverable details to the supplier through the application.
The supplier can view the deliverable from the supplier portal under the Deliverables tab.
The supplier can view the deliverable from the Supplier Portal byclicking the Manage Deliverables link.
The supplier can view the deliverable by opening the contract in the Contracts tab in the Supplier Portal.
The supplier can view the deliverable by navigating to the Agreements tab from the Supplier Portal.
Answer: A Explanation:
How can I change the due dates, notifications, and other contract deliverable details?
You can change the due dates, notifications, and other contract deliverable definition details in the Deliverables tab of a contract that is in Draft or Under Amendment status. Once the contract becomes active and deliverables are automatically activated creating deliverable instances, you can only make changes to deliverables status, notes and attachments using the Manage Deliverables task. For internal deliverables with a fixed due date that you can manually activate at any time irrespective of contract status, you can only make changes to deliverable definition details before you activate them.
Question No: 16
During Cloud procurement implementation, your customer has a requirement to ensure that all purchasing documents must go through budgetary control and the purchasing transaction must be stopped from processing if the funds are unavailable.
Identify the configuration required to achieve this requirement.
The budget must be set up with control level as Advisory.
The budget must be set up with control level as Absolute.
The budget must be set up with control level as Track.
Select the “enforce budget” check box under the Configure Procurement Business Function.
Answer: B Explanation:
The budget track level Absolute stops transactions when there are insufficient funds.
Question No: 17
Self Service Procurement uses Browsing categories to help users to search for desired items. Which statement is true?
Item catalog/categories are defined via Procurement Content Management, whereas Browsing categories are defined via Functional Setup Manager.
Both Item and Browsing categories can be imported only via ADFDi. There is no front- end Fusion UI for these.
Item catalog/categories are defined via Functional Setup Manager, whereas Browsing categories are defined via Procurement Content Management.
Both Item and Browsing categories can be imported only via the front-end Fusion UI.
Question No: 18
While creating a Purchase Order, you observe that the system is defaulting Net 30 as the payment term instead of the intended payment term Net 15. Identify three ways to achieve the desired defaulting.
Set Net 15 for the supplier site.
Set Net 30 for the supplier site and leave the payment term blank in procurement options.
Update Net 15 in procurement options and Net 330 for the supplier site.
Update Net 30 for the supplier header and Net 15 for the relevant site.
Update Net 15 in procurement options and leave the payment term blank for this supplier at all levels.
Question No: 19
You are creating a Purchase Order based on the style “InFusion Purchasing Style”. While entering a Purchase Order line, you find that the line type named Goods is available but the line type named LINE does not appear. Identify a reason for this behavior.
The Goods check box is not checked for the Purchase Bases field of the Commodities option in the “Create Document Style” task.
The line type LINE is not among the selected line typesfor the document style “InFusion Purchasing Style”.
Display Name for the Purchase Order is not set in the “Create Document Style” task.
The status of the “InFusion Purchasing Style” is not Active.
Question No: 20
In which Functional setup Manager task is Next Purchase Order Number set up?
Manage Common Options for Payables
Configure Procurement Business Function
Define a sequence for auto numbering and assign it back in Configure BU numbering setup
Configure Requisitioning Business Function
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