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Receipt To Issue
Receiving Inventory
Work in Process
Transferring Inventory
Order Management
Issuing Inventory
Integration of Oracle Inventory to Manufacturing Applications
Integration of Oracle Inventory to Financial Applications
What is an Item?
Inventory Organizations
Defining Organizations
Item Master
Steps to Define and Maintain Items
Item Attributes
Item Statuses and Attributes
Organization Assignment and Organization Item
Deletions Constraints and Deletion Groups
Unit of Measure
Unit of Measure Class
Explaining Units of Measure
Some Uses of Units of Measure Planning Products
Bills of Material and Engineering
Defining UOM Classes
Units of Measure Conversions
Explaining Item Status
Explaining Item Attribute Relationships Required Attributes
Interdependent Attributes
Updateable Attributes
Control Level Dependencies
Status Attributes and Functionality Help
Item Master Organization
Defining the Item Master Organization
Defining Items
Attributes in Templates
Further Item Templates Help
Master-Level Control
Organization-Level Control
Attribute Control
Technical Note
Refer to Guided Demonstration – Defining Items [LAB1B14Y]
Deletion Constraints Help
Profile Values
Setting Profile Values
Implementation Considerations
Costing Method
Item Control Overview
What is a Subinventory?
Locator Control Overview
Revision Control Overview
Lot Control Overview
Serial Numbers Overview
Defining Subinventories
Explaining Locator Structuring
Locator Structuring
Locator Control Reports Locator Quantities Report
Locator Listing Report
Revision Control
Lot Control
Lot Expiration
Disabled Lots
Lot Control Reports Lot Transactions Register
Supplier Lot Trace Report
Expired Lots Report
Serial Number Generation
Serial Number Control Reports Serial Number Transactions Register
Serial Number Detail Report
Locator Flexfield Structure
Changing Locator Control
Transacting Controlled Items
Locator Control
Serial Number Control
Revision Quantity Control
Inventory Structure
Inventory Transactions
Transaction Types
Transaction Source Type
Transaction Action
Move Orders
Move Order Requisitions
Shortage Alerts and Notifications
Mobile Transactions
Transaction Flows
You Can Perform the Following Oracle Inventory Transactions
Inventory Transactions Without Documents and Requisitions
Inventory Transactions with Documents and Requisitions
Subinventory Transfer
Entering a Transaction Source
Application of Subinventory Transfers
Refer to Guided Demonstration – Subinventory Transfer [LAB1B18Y]
Miscellaneous Transaction
Entering an Account Number
When do You Perform Miscellaneous Transactions
Inventory Direct Shipment
Transaction Type
Entering Freight Information
Intransit Shipment
Managing Receipts
Using Locations in Receiving
Specifying Receipt Line Information (Oracle Purchasing)
Specifying Substitute Receipt Details
Supplying Handling of Substitute Items
Specifying Express Receipt Details Options
Unordered Items
Receipt Header window (Oracle Purchasing)
Initiating an Unordered Receipt
Specifying Unordered Receipt Lines
Specifying Unordered Receipt Details (Oracle Purchasing)
Supplying Handling of Unordered Items
Performing a Direct Receipt
Delivery Requirements for Direct Receipts
Direct Receipts with Multiple Distributions
Specifying Inspection Details (Oracle Purchasing)
Multiple Inspection Results by Transaction
Receiving Returns (Oracle Purchasing)
Specifying Return to Supplier Details
Purchase Order Effects
Return to Supplier Transaction History
Refer to Guided Demonstration – Returns to Inventory [LAB1B6AY]
Further Help
Move Order Requisition Process Flow
Move Order Approvals
Benefits of Managed Material Flow
Move Order Source Types
Move Order Requisition
Replenishment Move Order
Pick Wave Move Order
WIP Issue Move Orders
Move Order Components Move Order Header
Move Order Lines
Move Order Line Details
Allocating Move Orders
Suggesting Sources
Suggesting a Destination
Oracle Shipping
Generating Move Order Requisitions
Defining Project and Task Information
Defining Source Information
Defining Destination Information
Defining Control Information
Allocating Items Reservation
Pending Transaction
Transacting Move Order Lines
Transactions Using a Mobile Device
Refer to Guided Demonstration – Mobile Transactions [LAB1B62Y]
Managing Shipments (Oracle Purchasing)
Course Overview
Overview of Oracle Inventory
Replenishment Considerations
When to Order
How Much to Order
Inventory Planning and Forecasting
Forecast Types
Oracle Inventory Replenishment Methods
Oracle Inventory Replenishment Methods (continued)
Safety Stock
Economic Order Quantity
Reorder-Point Planning Overview
Min-max Planning Overview
Kanban Replenishment
Kanban System Features
Replenishment Counting
Periodic Automatic Replenishment (PAR) Counting
Mobile Device Replenishment Count
Describing Focus Forecasting Methods
Determining the Best Forecast Method
Example of Focus Forecasting
Describing the Exponential Smoothing Forecast (ESF)
Example of Exponential Smoothing Forecasting
Describing the Trend-Enhanced Forecast (TEF)
Example of Trend-Enhanced Forecasting
Determining the Base Value
Updating the Trend Index
Adding the Base and Trend Index to determine the Period 9 Trend Forecast
Describing the Season-Enhanced Forecast (SEF)
Example of Season-Enhanced Forecasting
Adjust The Last Period’s Seasonality Index
Calculate the Forecast Base Value
Multiply the Forecast Base Value by the Period 8 Seasonality Index
Describing the Trend- and Season-Enhanced Forecast (TSEF)
Example of Trend- and Season-Enhanced Forecasting
Calculating the Period 8 Seasonality Index
Calculating the Period 9 Base Value
Calculating the New Trend Factor
Calculating the Period 9 Trend- and Season-Enhanced Forecast
Accessing Forecast Help
Accessing Forecast Setup Help
Uses of Reorder-point Planning
Reorder-Point Planning
Safety Stock:
Reorder-Point Planning (continued) Replenishment Lead Time
Item Demand
Timing of Reorders
Reorder-Point Planning (continued) Quantity of Reorders
Quantity on Order
Organization Items: General Planning Tabbed Region Navigation Path
Carrying Cost Percent
Order Cost
Fixed-lot Size Multiplier
Minimum-Order Quantity
Maximum-Order Quantity
Organization Items: Lead Times Tabbed Region Navigation Path
Lead Times
Entering Safety Stock
Navigation Path for Enter Item Safety Stocks Window
Navigation Path for Reload Safety Stock Window
Stock Calculation Methods
Providing a Forecast
Providing On-Order Quantity Information
Viewing Planning Information
Creating Requisitions
Reorder Submission
Min-Max Planning
Deciding When to Order with Min-max Planning
Entering Item Planning Attributes
Submitting the Min-max Planning Requests
Using Nettable Subinventories
Displaying Demand Quantity
Creating Requisitions and WIP Unrealized Jobs
Navigation Path
Refer to Guided Demonstration – Min-max Planning [LAB1B60Y]
Uses of Replenishment Counting
Subinventories Window
Specifying Min-max Planning
Entering Subinventory-Level Min-Max Minimum and Maximum Quantities
Entering Order Modifiers Fixed-Lot-Size Multiplier
Minimum Order Quantity
Maximum Order Quantity
Entering Replenishment Count Header Information
Entering Replenishment Count Lines
On-Hand Quantity
Order Maximum
Order Quantity
Entering Counts Using External Devices
Replenishment Validator and Processor
Purging Replenishment Counts
Navigation Paths
PAR Counts
PAR Count Reorder Quantity
Kanban Planned Items
Defining Pull Sequence Sources
Kanban Cards
Kanban Card Status
Kanban Supply Status
Kanban Sources of Replenishment
Kanban Card Printing
Available to Promise
Uses of ATP in Inventory
Checking ATP
Defining an ATP Rule
ATP Computation Options
Backward Consumption of Shortage
Forward Consumption of Shortage
Determining ATP using Accumulation Options
Entering an Accumulation Window
Specifying Supply and Demand Time Fences
The ATP calculation algorithm uses the following time fences:
Entering Past Due Supply and Demand Days Past-Due-Supply Days
Past-Due-Demand Days
Selecting an Infinite-Supply Option
Specifying a Supply Period
ATP Demand
ATP by Demand Class Check Box
Including User-defined Demand Sources
Using the Available On-Hand Quantity as the Supply Source
Enabling ATP Checking When Placing a Demand
Selecting the ATP Components Attribute
Setting the Check ATP attribute at the Bill Level
Viewing ATP Information for Individual Items
Viewing ATP Information for a Group of Items
Viewing ATP Information for a Demand Class
Planning and Forecasting Profile Options Minmax Reorder Approval
Enter Replenishment Count Form
Replenishment Count Line Failure
Replenishment Count Requisition Approval
Entering Min-Max Approval Status
How to Enter a Min-Max Approval Status
Min-Max Order Type and Order Source
Purchasable Item Considerations
Additional considerations for Creation of WIP Jobs
Make Item Considerations
Replenishment Method Selection
ABC Analysis
Cycle Counting
Benefits of Cycle Counting
Physical Inventory
Mobile Device Inventory Accuracy
Explaining ABC Compilation
Explaining ABC Compilation Criteria
Explaining ABC Compilation Criteria Options
ABC Valuation Scope
Defining ABC Groups
Defining ABC Classes
ABC Item Assignments Note
Refer to Guided Demonstration – ABC Analysis [LAB1B5FY]
Cycle Count Approval Tolerance
Approval Tolerances
Quantity Variance Tolerance:
Adjustment Value Tolerance:
adjusted value = (system on-hand qty – actual count qty) * current item cost
Hit/Miss Tolerance
Measurement Errors:
Cycle Count Items
Automatic Scheduling
Manual Scheduling
Physical Location Scheduling
Count Requests
Count Requests for Items with Zero Count
Entering Cycle Counts
Cycle Count Open Interface
Export Cycle Count Request
Update Cycle Count Open Interface
Import Cycle Count Entries from Open Interface
Purge Cycle Count Entries Open Interface Data
Print Cycle Count Entries Open Interface Data
Count Adjustments and Approvals
Automatic Recounts
Approving Cycle Counts Held for Approval
Approving Cycle Count Adjustments
Approval Actions and Adjustments Options
Refer to Guided Demonstration – Cycle Counting [LAB1B68Y]
Organization Model
Business Group
Set of Books
Legal Entity
Operating Unit
Organization Structure
Enterprise Structure Considerations
Inventory Organization Structure
Setting up Locations
Organization Setup
Setting Up Employees and Planners Entering Employees
Defining Planners
Defining Freight Carriers
Material Shortage Parameters
Organization Access
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