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Oracle Apps – iProcurement – Extracting Items to Catalog

Posted by shameemakhtar on June 18, 2009

After you have made any changes to items or item assignments, it is important to extract your items to Catalog so that your changes may reflect in iProcurement.

Purchasing Super User –> Setup –> E-Catalog Admin –> Loader Values



Click on Loader Values

Define Catalog Server Loader Values

Define Catalog Server Loader Values

Click on Extract Items

A concurrent request is launched.

Concurrent Request

Concurrent Request

View –> Requests –> Find

Find Request

Find Request

Once the ‘Catalog Data Extract – Items’ request is completed successfully, the changes you made will reflect in iProcurement.

Release 11.5.10

Shameem Bauccha

18 June 2009

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4 Responses to “Oracle Apps – iProcurement – Extracting Items to Catalog”

  1. Ajmal Budulla said

    Dear All,
    After the Item Extract, you need to run the “Catalog Data Extract – Purge”. This is important for removing unnecessary items that may not be required from the iProcurement stores.

    Ajmal Budulla

  2. Abdullah Sayeed Munaz said


    Seen your page. It is a really informative.

    I have a query. Hope You will help me out. I am unable to extract the buyer details from blanket purchase orders into iProcurement after running Catalog Data Extract – Items. Gone through metalink note: 375885.1 and 577564.1. But no success.

    Can you please help me out.


  3. Genoveva said

    Do you know how can I do this but in R12??

  4. Naushad said

    I dont see the E-Catalog admin menu under Purchasing Superuser responsibility in Oracle R12

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