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Inventory Basic Setup Lab.

Inventory Basic Setup Lab.

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Oracle InventoryBasic Setup Labs
E-Business Suite R12
These labs were prepared for the purpose of demonstrating basic Inventory functions.
Created By Edgar Arroyo
December 12, 2005
 Updated by Daniel Newman, Rodrigo Castro
November 9, 2008
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Of Contents
: Inventory Structures: Units of Measure: Item Attribute ControlStatus CodesCategories and Category Setsemplates & Items Copy: Relationships, Cross References,facturer’s Part Numbersatalog Groupsrming Item Searchestory Controls – Using Stock Locatorstory Controls – Item Revisionstory Controls – Using Lot Controltory Controls – Using Serial Numbersing Custom Transaction Sources\Typesrming Inventory Transactionsssing Return Material Authorizations (Rrm Receiving Transactions (Purchasing)menting ABC Analysismenting Cycle Countingcal Inventoriesrming 2
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