Managing Multiple Standard WIP Accounting Classes_BPD

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Managing WIP Accounting by Item Category
This document defines the process for setting up an item’s WIP Accounting to default based on the items category assignment. It is assumed you have a clear understanding of Oracle Item Category Flexfields prior to attempting these setups. First you must setup the Item Category for maintaining the code associated to the item. In many cases, you will want to separate them by the Product Family so you may wish to setup the item category called Product Family. The screen to the left shows a basic setup of an item category segment.

Next, you will need to setup the codes for your Product Family.

You then need to setup the Category set. It is best to make this set controlled at the organization level unless you have clear separation between your Product Families. Now you must assign the Default Category Set for your Product Line Accounting. See below.

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Oracle EBS R12 Total UPK Pack: Viewing the Discrete Workstation
Now you are ready to assign your categories to your WIP accounting classes. It is assumed you have already setup your WIP accounting classes. The responsibility, path and details are shown in the image below. This setup applies only to Standard Discrete WIP Accounting Classes. This completes the setup process. You will still need to assign items to the appropriate Product Family Category. Once you have done so, when you create a job or release it from the planners workbench, the job class will default based on the category assignment. If you have not assigned the category to the item, the default setup in the WIP parameters will apply.

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