Wednesday, November 23, 2011


Table Or View: Table

Important columns: 
PO_LINE_ID :  Document line unique identifier
PO_HEADER_ID : Document header unique identifier. (References PO_HEADERS_ALL.po_header_id.)
LINE_TYPE_ID : Line type unique identifier (References PO_LINE_TYPES_B.line_type_id.)
LINE_NUM : Line number
ITEM_ID : Item unique identifier. (References MTL_SYSTEM_ITEMS_B.inventory_item_id.)
CLOSED_FLAG : Indicates whether the line is closed or not
ORG_ID :  Operating unit unique identifier

PO_LINES_ALL stores current information about each purchase order line. You need one row for each line you attach to a document. There are five document types that use lines:
  • RFQs
  • Quotations
  • Standard purchase orders
  • Blanket purchase orders
  • Planned purchase orders
Each row includes the line number, the item number and category, unit, price, tax information, matching information, and quantity ordered for the line. Oracle Purchasing uses this information to record and update item and price information for purchase orders, quotations, and RFQs.
PO_LINE_ID is the unique system-generated line number invisible to the user. LINE_NUM is the number of the line on the purchase order.
Oracle Purchasing uses CONTRACT_ID to reference a contract purchase order from a standard purchase order line. Oracle Purchasing uses ALLOW_PRICE_OVERRIDE_FLAG, COMMITTED_AMOUNT, QUANTITY_COMMITTED, MIN_RELEASE_AMOUNT only for blanket and planned purchase order lines.
The QUANTITY field stores the total quantity of all purchase order shipment lines (found in PO_LINE_LOCATIONS_ALL)

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