Tuesday, 12 September 2017

Upload Catalogue item Images in iProcurement

Upload catalogue item Images in iProcurement  
  Oracle iProcurement module is widely used by oracle users to raise catalog and non-catalog Purchase Requisitions. iProcurment module is very user friendly screen to raise requisitions and hence it is most used module. 
                         “Picture Speaks Louder than Words”, as famous English idiom says a picture provides more information instead of providing just letters or description of an item. Hence the user will be able to understand and choose his right product from the catalogue in iProcurement.
                        This document describes the Steps to add images in the iprocurement to show them while performing catalogue requisitions.

Benefit of this Feature:

·         Helps the user
o   to identify the appropriate product
o   to clearly identify the product
o   to avoid ordering wrong product  

Step1: Set the required profile option

                We have to set  below profile options at site level to start the process. 

1.       POR: Hosted images Directory:
Set the value to the directory where you will be storing the image files tobe used by iProcurement. Mostly the directory would be /OA_MEDIA/. Set the real path of this directory as the profile option value.

POR: Show Thumbnail image  set to Yes 

Step2: Store the images in the directory:

Keep the images in .Jpeg or .png format and store the images in “$JAVA_TOP / Oracle / apps / Media” folder. You may have to work with DBA team to store the images If you don’t have access to database.
In our example we are storing below image in the images folder

Step3: Create BPA and Map the image file name in BPA line

                Now create Blanket purchase agreement with the required item and map the image against the required item.

Enter BPA Header DetailsàClick on Line to enter Line details

Enter Line DetailsàClick on Pencil icon to enter image details

Enter image file name in Thumbnail image field as shown below àClick on apply button once the data is entered

You will get confirmation message à Submit the BPA for approval

Below confirmation message appears and ensure that the BPA is approved.

Now, BPA is in Approved Status.

Go to iProcurement Shopping pageà Enter the item Description in the Search WindowàClick Go to get see the item:

You will be able to see the item with Picture as above in the iProcurement Screen.


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