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Quality Setup and Use

Quality Setup and Use

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This document detials the setup and use of the Quality Module in Oracle Applications. You can find more of my documents at www.larrysherrod.com.
This document detials the setup and use of the Quality Module in Oracle Applications. You can find more of my documents at www.larrysherrod.com.

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Free Version at www.larrysherrod.comTitle:Oracle Quality Setup and ProcessingPrepared by: Larry SherrodRelease Date: 06/01/2011
Collection Elements
Collection elements are the basic building blocks of collection plans, which arethe data structures that you use to collect Quality results. Before you can collectQuality data, you must first create a collection plan. You begin by creatingcollection elements, which define the characteristics of the product or processthat you want to monitor, record, and analyze.Collection elements are categorized by type so that they can be sorted andgrouped in database searches and on reports. You assign collection elementtypes to collection elements when you define them.
Reference
The Reference Information collection element type groups collection elementsthat reference common objects defined in other Oracle Applications, such asOracle Flow Manufacturing, Inventory, Order Management, Purchasing, andWork in Process. You can reference any data within an Oracle Database.From your Quality menu, NAV > Setup > Collection Elements. When the Screenappears, query for Customer. This will bring up the Customer ReferenceCollection Element, as shown below.This is a seededelement and youshould not modify it.You can createanother as long asthe name is different.The Select statementis used to define thevalid values for thedata a user wouldselect from. Makesure the data typeand reporting lengthmatch the data youare referencing. You
cannot
change the data type once the element is saved.Page 2 of 10
 
Free Version at www.larrysherrod.comTitle:Oracle Quality Setup and ProcessingPrepared by: Larry SherrodRelease Date: 06/01/2011
Variable
If you need collection elements based on specification tolerance ranges, youwould use a variable collection element type. The setup is the same except youwould press the Spec Limits button at the bottom of the form. The screen belowwill display.Here you can establish theacceptable ranges of your specification. You will notethe “Bell” curve arrangementof the data. You can usethese ranges to defineactions taken when data isinput outside of the range.
 Attribute
If you need collection elements based on a customized list of values, you woulduse an attribute collection element type. The setup is the same except youwould press the Values button at the bottom of the form. The screen below willdisplay.Here you can create your values you wish the user toselect from.While it is recommended you use the above elements types as described, youare not required to by the application code. You can use create referenceelements that use spec limits and so on. You can also develop you own elementtypes to categorize them.Page 3 of 10

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