Re-Opening a Requisition - 4a

Purpose:  Use this document to re-open a requisition in ctcLink.

Audience:  Finance Staff, Purchasing Staff


PeopleSoft Purchasing provides the Requisition Reopen process to undo changes made by the Close Requisitions process. The process reverses the effects of the Close Requisitions process on the most recently processed group of requisitions.

Running this process returns each requisition status to its status prior to the last run of the Close Requisitions process. This does not mean that running this process reopens each requisition. If a requisition’s status prior to being closed by the last run of the Close Requisitions process was canceled, running the Requisition Reopen process on the requisition returns its status to canceled. If a requisition’s status was open prior to the Close Requisitions process, running the Requisition Reopen process returns its status to open.


Navigation:  Main Menu > Purchasing > Requisitions > Reconcile Requisitions > Reopen Requisitions

  1. Click Add a New Value tab.
  2. Add Run Control ID in field.
  3. Click Add.
Add a New Value tab
  1. Click Last Close Requisitions Run.
  2. Click Run button.
Process Request Parameters

Use the Process Scheduler Request page to enter or update parameters, such as server name and process output format.

You must select a Server name to identify the server on which the process will run.  If you use the same Run Control ID for subsequent processes, the server name that you last used will default in this field.

  1. Choose Server Name.
  2. Click OK.
Process Scheduler Request page

The Process Instance number appears.  This number helps you identify the process you have run when you check the status.

  1. Click the Process Monitor link.
Process Monitor

Use the Process List page to view the status of submitted process requests.  The process is complete when the Run Status is Success.  You can click the Refresh button until the status changes to Success.

You have successfully run the Requisition Reopen process.

End of Procedure.


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