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R12 Oracle Inventory Management Fundamentals - Supplemental Practices ..........................................1-1


R12 Oracle Inventory Management Fundamentals .......................................................................................1-3
R12 Defining Inventory Organizations..........................................................................................................1-4
Guided Demonstration - Setting up Locations...........................................................................................1-5
Guided Demonstration - Setting Up Organizations ...................................................................................1-6
Guided Demonstration - Defining Subinventories.....................................................................................1-10
Practice - Creating Subinventories ............................................................................................................1-11
Solution - Creating Subinventories............................................................................................................1-12
Guided Demonstration - Defining Locators ..............................................................................................1-18
Practice - Defining Locators ......................................................................................................................1-19
Solution - Defining Locators .....................................................................................................................1-20
R12 Units of Measure....................................................................................................................................1-22
Guided Demonstration - Creating Unit of Measure Classes......................................................................1-23
Guided Demonstration - Creating Units of Measure .................................................................................1-24
Guided Demonstration - Defining Unit of Measure Conversions..............................................................1-25
Practice - Defining Units of Measure ........................................................................................................1-26
Solution Defining Units of Measure .......................................................................................................1-28
R12 Defining and Maintaining Items Fundamentals .....................................................................................1-32
Guided Demonstration - Define Item ........................................................................................................1-33
Guided Demonstration - Viewing Item Attributes.....................................................................................1-34
Practice - Viewing Item Attributes ............................................................................................................1-35
Solution - Viewing Item Attributes ...........................................................................................................1-36
Guided Demonstration - Creating Item Templates ....................................................................................1-44
Guided Demonstration - Restricting Items to Subinventories ...................................................................1-45
Guided Demonstration -Establishing Item Relationships ..........................................................................1-46
Practice - Defining Items ...........................................................................................................................1-47
Solution - Defining Items ..........................................................................................................................1-48
Practice - Defining Categories...................................................................................................................1-60
Solution - Defining Categories ..................................................................................................................1-61
Guided Demonstration - Setting up Catalog Groups .................................................................................1-65
R12 Lot and Serial Control............................................................................................................................1-68
Guided Demonstration - Generating Lots..................................................................................................1-69
Guided Demonstration - Maintaining Grades............................................................................................1-71
Guided Demonstration - Maintaining Lot Actions ....................................................................................1-72
Practice - Using the Lot Master .................................................................................................................1-73
Solution - Using the Lot Master ................................................................................................................1-74
Guided Demonstration - Revision, Lot, and Serial Controls .....................................................................1-81
Practice - Generating and Maintaining Serial Numbers ............................................................................1-84
Solution - Generating and Maintaining Serial Numbers............................................................................1-85
Guided Demonstration - Viewing Lot Genealogy .....................................................................................1-90
R12 Transaction Setup...................................................................................................................................1-91
Guided Demonstration - Creating Customized Transactions.....................................................................1-92
Guided Demonstration - Creating Picking Rules.......................................................................................1-94
Guided Demonstration - Opening Accounting Periods .............................................................................1-95
R12 Issue and Transfer Material....................................................................................................................1-96
Practice - Processing Miscellaneous Receipts ...........................................................................................1-97
Solution - Processing Miscellaneous Receipts...........................................................................................1-98
Guided Demonstration - Performing Subinventory Transfers ...................................................................1-109
Guided Demonstration - Performing Interorganization Transfers .............................................................1-110
Practice - Performing Interorganization Transfers.....................................................................................1-111
Solution - Performing Interorganization Transfers....................................................................................1-112
Guided Demonstration - Receiving Stock into Inventory..........................................................................1-117
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Practice - Receiving Material into Inventory.............................................................................................1-119


Solution Receiving Material into Inventory ...........................................................................................1-120
Practice - Transacting Move Orders ..........................................................................................................1-127
Solution - Transacting Move Orders .........................................................................................................1-128
Guided Demonstration - Transacting Move Orders...................................................................................1-134
Guided Demonstration - Mobile Application Interorganization Transfers ................................................1-135
Practice - Performing Mobile Transactions ...............................................................................................1-136
Solution - Performing Mobile Transactions ..............................................................................................1-137
R12 On-hand and Availability.......................................................................................................................1-142
Guided Demonstration - Using the Material Workbench ..........................................................................1-143
Practice - Using the Material Workbench..................................................................................................1-144
Solution - Using the Material Workbench .................................................................................................1-145
Guided Demonstration - Creating an ATP Rule ........................................................................................1-149
Guided Demonstration - Creating Reservations ........................................................................................1-150
Practice - Creating Reservations................................................................................................................1-152
Solution - Creating Reservations ...............................................................................................................1-153
R12 Material Status .......................................................................................................................................1-155
Practice - Setting up Material Status Control ............................................................................................1-156
Solution - Setting up Material Status Control............................................................................................1-157
R12 Replenishment Fundamentals ...............................................................................................................1-165
Guided Demonstration - Creating a Manual Forecast ...............................................................................1-166
Guided Demonstration - Setting up Reorder Point Planning .....................................................................1-168
Guided Demonstration - Setting up Min-Max Planning ............................................................................1-170
Practice - Performing Min-Max Planning..................................................................................................1-172
Solution - Performing Min-max Planning .................................................................................................1-173
Practice - Performing a Replenishment Count Using Forms .....................................................................1-179
Solution - Performing a Replenishment Count Using Forms ....................................................................1-181
Practice - Performing a Replenishment Count Using the Mobile Application ..........................................1-188
Solution - Performing a Replenishment Count Using the Mobile Application .........................................1-190
Guided Demonstration - Performing Kanban Replenishment ...................................................................1-198
Practice - Performing Kanban Replenishment...........................................................................................1-199
Solution - Performing Kanban Replenishment ..........................................................................................1-200
R12 Inventory Accuracy Fundamentals ........................................................................................................1-203
Guided Demonstration - Compiling an ABC Analysis..............................................................................1-204
Practice - Compiling an ABC Analysis .....................................................................................................1-206
Solution - Compiling an ABC Analysis.....................................................................................................1-208
Guided Demonstration - Performing a Cycle Count..................................................................................1-214
Practice - Performing a Cycle Count .........................................................................................................1-217
Solution - Performing a Cycle Count.........................................................................................................1-219
Practice - Mobile Counting........................................................................................................................1-229
Solution Mobile Counting ......................................................................................................................1-230
R12 Table Information ..................................................................................................................................1-235
Guided Demonstration - Accessing eTRM................................................................................................1-236

Preface
Profile
Before You Begin This Course

Working experience with Oracle Applications.

Prerequisites
There are no prerequisites for this course.

How This Course Is Organized


R12 Oracle Inventory Management Fundamentals is an instructor-led course featuring lecture
and hands-on exercises. Online demonstrations and written practice sessions reinforce the
concepts and skills introduced.

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Title
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Part Number
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Guided Demonstration - Setting up Locations


Responsibility: Inventory, Vision Operations USA
Navigate to the Locations window.

(N) > Setup > Organizations > Locations.

2.

Define a Location using the following information:


Name:
M12 Orlando
Description:
Orlando Manufacturing

3.

(T) Address Details


Address Style:

United States

4.

Enter the following address information:


Address Line 1:
100 Buena Vista Drive
City:
Orlando
State:
FL
Zip Code:
32803
County:
Orange
Country:
United States
Telephone:
(407) 828-5000

5.

Select the following Timezone from the list of values:


Eastern

6.

(T) Shipping Details


Ship-To Location:

M12 Orlando

7.

Verify the following boxes are checked


Ship-To Site
Receiving Site
Office Site
Bill-To Site
Internal Site

8.

Save and Close form.

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Guided Demonstration - Setting Up Organizations


Responsibility: Inventory, Vision Operations USA
Navigate to the Organizations window.

(N) > Setup > Organizations > Organizations.

2.

(B) New in Find window

3.

Set up a new organization using the following information:


Name:
M12 Orlando MFG
Type:
Plant
Location:
M12 Orlando MFG

4.

Save your work.

5.

In the Organization Classifications alternative region, select the following information:


Name:
Inventory Organization
Enabled:
Selected

6.

Save your work.

Define Accounting Information


7.

(B) Others > Accounting Information.

8.

Enter the following accounting information:


Primary Ledger:
Legal Entity:
Operating Unit:

9.

Vision Operations
Vision Operations
Vision Operations

Save your work.

Define Inventory Parameters


10. (B) Others > Inventory Information > (T) Inventory Parameters
11. Enter the following inventory parameters:
Organization Code:
Item Master Organization:
Calendar:
Demand Class:
Move Order Timeout Period:
Mover Order Timeout Action:
Locator Control:

M12
Vision Operations
Vision01
Blank
60 Days
Approve automatically
Determined at Subinventory Level

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Allow Negative Balances:


Selected
Auto Delete Allocations at Move Order Cancel: Selected

13. Enter the following costing parameters:


Costing Method:
Transfer to GL:
Reverse Encumbrance:
Project Cost Collect Enabled:
Defer Logical Transactions:
Cost Cutoff Date:
Default Material Sub-Element:
Material Overhead Sub-Element:

Standard
Yes
No
No
No
Blank
Blank
Blank

14. Enter the following valuation accounts:


Account Type

Account

Material

01-000-1410-0000-000

Outside Processing

01-000-1450-0000-000

Material Overhead

01-000-1420-0000-000

Overhead

01-000-1430-0000-000

Resource

01-000-1440-0000-000

Expense

01-520-7530-0000-000

15. (T) Other Accounts


16. Enter the following other account information:
Account Type

Account

Purchase Price Variance

01-520-5210-0000-000

Invoice Price Variance

01-520-5220-0000-000

Inventory AP Accrual

01-000-2220-0000-000

Sales

01-520-4110-0000-000

Cost of Goods Sold Account

01-450-5110-0000-000

Deferred COGS Account

01-450-5110-0000-000

17.

(T) Revision, Lot, Serial And LPN

18. Enter A in the Starting Revision field.


19. Enter the following Lot Control parameters:
Uniqueness:
Generation:
Total Length:

Across Items
At Item Level
30

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12. (T) Costing Information

Auto Create Lot UOM Conversion:


Allow Different Lot Status:
20. Enter the following Serial Control parameters:
Uniqueness:
Generation:
Prefix
Starting Serial Number:

Blank
With exception
Within organization
At Item level
SER
0000000001

22. Enter the following information:


ATP Defaults Rule:
Picking Defaults: Rule:
Subinventory Order:
Locator Order:
Pick Confirmation Required:
Over Picking for Manufacturing:
Over Picking for Transfer Orders:
Enable Rules Override for Lot-Level Res.:
Item Sourcing Detail: Type:
Item Sourcing Detail: Organization:
Item Sourcing Detail: Subinventory:

Total ATP, No DC (select second)


Default Picking Rule PR1
Blank
Blank
Blank
Blank
Selected
Selected
Supplier
Blank
Blank

23. (T) Inter-org Information


24. Enter the following information:
Inter-organization Transfer Charge:
Predefined Percent:
Transfer Credit:
Purchase Price Variance:
Receivable:
Payable:
Intransit Inventory

Predefined percent
10%
01-520-5290-0000-000
01-520-5210-0000-000
01-000-1810-0000-000
01-000-2370-0000-000
01-000-1460-0000-000

25. (M) File > Close Form


Define Receiving Information
26. (B) Others > Receiving Information
27. Enter the following Receiving Information:
Enforce Ship-To:
ASN Control Action:
Receipt Days Early and Late:
Receipt Days Exceed-Action
Over Receipt Tolerance (%)

None
None
5
Warning
5%

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Over Receipt Action


RMA Receipt Routing:
Receipt Routing:
Allow Substitute Receipts:
Allow Unordered Receipts:
Allow Express Transactions:
Allow Cascade Transactions:
Validate Serial Numbers on RMA Receipts:
Receipt Number Generation:
Receipt Number Type:
Next Receipt Number:
Validate Lots on RMA Receipts:
Receiving Inventory Account:
Clearing Account:

Warning
Standard
Standard
Selected
Selected
Selected
Selected
Selected
Automatic
Alphanumeric
1
Restricted
01-000-1410-0000-000
01-000-1410-0000-000

28. (B) Save


29. Click Close Window.
30. Save your work.
31. Close the Organizations window.
Link the Location to the Inventory Organization
32. Navigate to the Location window.

(N) Setup > Organizations > Locations

33. Find M12 Orlando.

(M) > View > Query By Example > Enter

34. Enter %M12% in the Name field.

(M) > View > Query By Example > Run

35. (T) Other Details


36. Enter the following information:
Inventory Organization:

M12 Orlando MFG

37. Save your work and close the window.

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Guided Demonstration - Defining Subinventories


1.

(N) Setup > Organizations > Subinventories

2.

(M) File > New

3.

Enter the following subinventory information:


Name:
Raw
Description:
Raw Materials
Locator Control:
Item Level

4.

(B) Open.

5.

Select Receiving as the subinventory Type.

6.

(M) File > Save.

7.

(M) File > Close Form.

8.

(M) File > Close Form.

Verifying Subinventories
9.

(N) Change Organization.

10. Select M2 Boston Manufacturing.


11. (N) Setup > Organizations > Subinventories
12. (M) View > Find.
13. Enter Raw in the Find Field.
14. Click OK.
15. Note that subinventory Raw is not available in M2.
16. (M) File > Close Form.

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Responsibility: Inventory, Vision Operations USA

Practice - Creating Subinventories


Overview
In this practice you will learn how to create two subinventories.

You are skilled in Oracle navigation.

Responsibility > Inventory, Vision Operations USA

You must have access to an Oracle Application Vision database or comparable training
or test instance at your site on which to complete this practice.

Tasks
If necessary, change your Organization to Seattle (M1).
Create four subinventories for your team. Create one subinventory for your finished goods (FGI)
stock, a Main Stores (MAIN) subinventory, a Raw Materials (RM) subinventory, and Low Value
(LV) items subinventory. Your Low Value subinventory must be a non-tracked subinventory.
Use the following naming convention to differentiate your team from other teams (##FGI) where
the pound sign represents your team number.
After completing the lab, answer the following questions.
1.

In which organization are your new subinventories?

2.

Determine if ##FGI exists in M2- Boston Manufacturing and why.

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Assumptions

Solution - Creating Subinventories


Responsibility: Inventory, Vision Operations USA

2.

Change Organization to M1 Seattle.

(N) Change Organization

Choose Seattle Manufacturing

Select OK

Navigate to the Sub-inventories window.

3.

(N) Setup > Organizations > Subinventories

(B) New
Name:
Description:
Status:
Type:
Locator Control:

##FGI
Finished Goods Inventory
Active
Storage
Item Level

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1.

(M) File > Save

5.

(M) File > New.


Name:
Description:
Type:
Status:
Locator Control:

##Main
Main Stores
Storage
Active
Dynamic Entry

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(M) File > Save

7.

(M) File > New


Name:
Description:
Status:
Type:
Locator Control:

##RM
Raw Materials
Active
Storage
None

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(M) File > Save

9.

(M) File > New


Name:
##LV
Description:
Low Value Inventory
Status:
Unserviceable: Not Available for Netting, ATP and Reservations
Type:
Storage
Locator Control: None
Quantity Tracked: Deselected

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10. Save and Close window.

(M) File > Save

(M) File > Close Form

11. In which organization are your new subinventories? M1 Seattle Manufacturing


Verifying Subinventories
12. Does a subinventory called ##FGI exist in M2 Boston Manufacturing? No, you created your
subinventories in M1 Seattle Manufacturing.
13. (N) Change Organization.

Select M2 Boston Manufacturing.

14. (N) Setup > Organizations > Subinventories.

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15. (M) View > Find.

16. (M) File > Close Form.

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Guided Demonstration - Defining Locators


Responsibility: Inventory, Vision Operations USA

1.

(N) Setup > Organizations > Stock Locators.

2.

Click New.

3.

Enter a new Row Rack and Bin.


Note: Locators must be unique across an organization.

4.

Enter a Description.

5.

Enter the Subinventory.

6.

(M) File > Save.

7.

(M) File > Close Form.

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Setting Up Stock Locators

Practice - Defining Locators


Overview
In this lab you will learn how to set up locator control for subinventories and items.

You are skilled in Oracle Navigation

You must have access to an Oracle Application Vision database or comparable training
or test instance at your site on which to complete this practice.

Tasks
Defining Stock Locators
1.

Define some storage locators for your ##FGI subinventory and your ##Main subinventory.
For this exercise use the following convention:
Row: (your team #)
##
##
Rack:
01
01
Bin:
01
02
Subinventory:
##FGI

Row:
Rack:
Bin:
Subinventory:

##
##
02
02
01
02
##Main

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Solution - Defining Locators


Defining Stock Locators

2.

Navigate to the Stock Locators window.

(N) Setup > Organizations > Stock Locators

(B) New

Enter the following new locators using the following information:


Row: (your team #)
##
Rack:
1
Bin:
01
Description:
Anything you want
Type:
Storage Locator
Subinventory:
##FGI
Locator Status:
Active

Row:
Rack:
Bin:
Description:
Type:
Subinventory:
Locator Status:

##
1
02
Anything you want
Storage Locator
##FGI
Active : Not Available for Netting, ATP and Reservations

Row:
Rack:
Bin:
Description:
Type:
Subinventory
Locator Status:

##
2
01
Anything you want
Storage Locator
##Main
Active

Row:
Rack:
Bin:
Description:
Type:
Subinventory
Locator Status:

##
2
02
Anything you want
Storage Locator
##Main
Active : Available for ATP and Reservations

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Select (M) File > Save

4.

Select (M) File > Close

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Guided Demonstration - Creating Unit of Measure Classes


1.

(N) > Setup > Units of Measure > Classes.

2.

(M) File > New.

3.

Enter the following unit of measure information:


Name:
00-Metric
Description:
00-Metric Class
Base Unit
00-Meter
UOM:
00M

4.

(M) File > Save.

5.

(M) File > Close Form.

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Guided Demonstration - Creating Units of Measure


1.

(N) > Setup > Units of Measure > Units of Measure.

2.

(M) File > New.

3.

Use the following information to create two new units of measure:

Name

UOM

Description

Class

00-Centimeter

00C

00 Centimeter

00-Metric

00-Kilometer

00K

00 Kilometer

00-Metric

4.

(M) File > Save.

5.

(M) File > Close Form.

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Guided Demonstration - Defining Unit of Measure Conversions


1.

(N) Setup > Units of Measure > Conversions

2.

(M) File > New.

3.

Enter 00-Centimeter in the Unit field.

4.

Enter 0.01 in the Conversion field.

5.

(M) File > New.

6.

Enter 00-Kilometer in the Unit field.

7.

Enter 1000 in the Conversion field.

8.

(M) File > Save.

9.

(M) File > Close Form.

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Practice - Defining Units of Measure


Overview

Defining Unit of Measure Classes

Defining Units of Measure

Setting up Unit of Measure Conversions

Setting up Lot-Level Units of Measure Conversions

Assumptions

You are skilled in Oracle Navigation

You must have access to an Oracle Application Vision database or comparable training
or test instance at your site on which to complete this practice.

Tasks
Defining Unit of Measure Classes
Define the unit of measure class, Quantity Class with the base unit of measure Each. Use your
team number (##) to uniquely identify your unit of measure class.
Defining Units of Measure
Define the following units of measure for your class. Use your team number (##) to uniquely
identify your units of measure.
Dozen
Gross
Case
Setting up UOM Conversions
Set up Standard conversion for your units of measure. Use your team number to uniquely
identify your class from the other teams in the classroom.
Note: A Gross = 144 each, and a case = 24 each.

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In this lab you will be doing the following:

Setting up Lot-Level Unit of Measure Conversions


Create a lot-level unit of measure conversion for item CM20001. Use your new base unit of
measure as the destination base unit of measure.

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What types of updates can you perform on the Update Quantities window?

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Solution Defining Units of Measure


Responsibility: Inventory, Vision Operations USA
Defining Unit of Measure Classes
Navigate to the UOM Classes window.

(N) Setup > Units of Measure > Classes

2.

The application prompts you to select an organization if it is a first-time access to the


database. Select M1 Seattle Manufacturing from the list of values.

3.

(M) File > New


Name
Description
Base Unit
UOM (abbreviation)

4.

##-QTY
##-Quantity Class
##-Each
##E

(M) File > Save.

Defining Units of Measure


5.

Navigate to the Units of Measure window.

6.

(B) Units of Measure

(M) File > New


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1.

7.

Enter the units of measure information according to the following table:

Name

UOM

Description

##-Dozen

##D

## Dozen UOM

## Gross

##G

## Gross UOM

## Case

##C

## Case UOM

8.

(M) File > Save.

9.

(M) File > Close form

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Note: Select (M) File > New between each new unit of measure.

Setting up Unit of Measure Conversions


10. Navigate to the Unit of Measure Conversions window.

(N) Setup > Units of Measure > Conversions

11. (M) File > New

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12. Enter the unit of measure conversion information according to the following table:
Unit

Class

Conversion

Base Unit

##-Dozen

##-Qty

12

##-Each

##-Gross

##-Qty

144

##-Each

##-Case

##-Qty

24

##-Each

Note: Select (M) File > New between each new unit of measure conversion.

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Note: Verify that you are creating a standard unit of measure conversion.

13. (M) File > Save.


14. (M) File >Close Form.
Setting up Lot-Level Unit of Measure Conversions
Navigate to the Lot Inter-Class Unit of Measure Conversions window.

(N) Setup > Units of Measure > Lot Specific Conversions

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15. Enter the following information:


Item:
CM20001
Lot:
BC2500
Base Unit
##-Each
Conversion:
1
16. (B) Update Quantities

18. (M) File > Save.


19. (M) File >Close Form.
20. What types of updates can you perform on the Update Quantities window?
__________________________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________

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17. Enter a value in the New Primary quantity field (for example, 480).

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Guided Demonstration - Define Item


1.

(N) > Items > Master Items.

2.

Define an item using the following information.


Item:
AS18456
Description:
Lap Top Assembly

3.

(M) Tools > Copy From.

4.

Select Finished Good template from LOV.

5.

Select Apply.

6.

Select Done.

7.

(M) File > Save.

8.

(M) Tools > Organization Assignment.

9.

Enable the Item in M1 Seattle.

10. (M) File > Save.


11. (M) File > Close Form.

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Guided Demonstration - Viewing Item Attributes


1.

(N) Items > Master Items.

2.

(M) View > Query by Example > Enter.

3.

Enter item AS20000%

4.

(M) View > Query by Example > Run.

5.

(T) Inventory.

6.

Select the Master radio button from the Display Attributes zone.

7.

Select the Org radio button from the Display Attributes zone.

8.

(T) Purchasing

9.

(T) Receiving

10. (T) Order Management


11. (M) File > Close Form.

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Practice - Viewing Item Attributes


Overview
In this lab you will learn how to view item attributes.

You are skilled at Oracle navigation.

Responsibility: Inventory, Vision Operations USA.

You must have access to an Oracle Application Vision database or comparable training
or test instance at your site on which to complete this practice.

Tasks
Viewing Item Attributes
1.

2.

Find item # AS20000 and answer the following questions

What is the BOM Item Type for the part? _______What is the control level? ______

Is this item Recipe Enabled? _____ What is the control level? ____

Find item # AS54888 and answer the following questions about the item's attributes.

What is the Item Status? _______________ What is the control level? ______

Is a Bill of Material allowed for this item? ______ What is the control level? ______

Can I build this item in WIP? ________________ What is the control level? _____

Are customer orders enabled for this item? _________What is the control level? _____

Is Invoicing Enabled for this item? ______________ What is the control level? _____

Are Internal Orders enabled for this item? _______ What is the control level? ______

Is this item transactable in Inventory? ____________ What is the control level? ______

Is this item purchasable from a Vendor? ___________ What is the control level? _____

Is this item stockable in Inventory? _______________ What is the control level? _____

In how many Organizations can this part be used?

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Solution - Viewing Item Attributes


Viewing Item Attributes
Responsibility: Inventory, Vision Operations USA
Navigate to the Master Items Window.

2.

3.

(N) Items > Master Items

Query Item # AS20000.

(M) View > Query by Example > Enter


Enter AS20000% in the Item field.

(M) View > Query by Example > Run

(T) Bills of Material


A BOM is allowed for item for AS20000. This attribute is controlled at the master level.

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(T) Process Manufacturing


Item AS20000 is recipe enabled. This attribute is controlled at the organization level.

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5.

Find Item AS54888.

(M) View > Find

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6.

Click Find.

(T) Main
Item AS5488 Item Status is active, and master controlled.

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(T) Bills of Material


A Bill of Material is allowed for this item, and the attribute is master controlled.

8.

(T) Order Management


Customer orders are enabled for this item, and the attribute is master controlled.

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(T) Invoicing
Invoicing is enabled for this item, and the attribute is master controlled.

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This item is transactable, and stockable. These attributes are master controlled.

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11. In how many Organizations can this part be used?

Guided Demonstration - Creating Item Templates


Responsibility: Inventory, Vision Operations (USA)
Navigate to the Item Templates window.

(N) Setup > Items > Templates

2.

(B) New

3.

Use the following information to create an item template:


Template:
00-Leadtime
Description:
Standard lead times for new parts
Organization:
M1

4.

Save your work.

(M) File > Save

5.

Select Lead Times from the show drop-down menu.

6.

Enable the following item attributes in the following table:


Attribute Name

Value

Prepocessing Lead Time

Processing lead Time

44

Post Processing Lead Time

7.

Save your work.

8.

(M) File > Save

Close the window.

(M) File > Close Form

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Guided Demonstration - Restricting Items to Subinventories


Responsibility: Inventory, Vision Operations USA
Navigate to the Organization Items window.

(N) Items > Organization Items

2.

Enter Item AS18456 in the Item field.

3.

(B) Find

4.

(M) Tools > Item Subinventories

5.

Enter the following information on the Item Subinventories window:


Subinventory:
Stores
Subinventory
FGI

6.

(M) File > Save

7.

(M) File > Close Form

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Guided Demonstration - Establishing Item Relationships


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Navigate to the Item Relationships window.

(N) Items > Item Relationships

2.

Select To from the Direction drop down list.

3.

(B) New.

4.

Enter the following item relationship information:


From Item

To Item

Relationship

Reciprocal

AS18947

AS54888

Substitute

Selected

AS18947

AS44400

Upsell

Deselected

5.

(M) File > Save

6.

(M) File > Close Form

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Practice - Defining Items


Overview
In this practice you will learn how to define items, assign item attributes, and enabled items in
organizations.

You are skilled in Oracle navigation.

Responsibility: Inventory, Vision Operations USA.

You must have access to an Oracle Application Vision database or comparable training
or test instance at your site on which to complete this practice.

Tasks
Create Items
Create eight items using the Finished Goods template with the following name/descriptions:

No Inventory Controls

Locator Control ON

Revision Control ON

Lot Control ON

Parent and Child Lot Control ON

Grade Control ON

Serial Number Control ON

Dual Unit of Measure Control and Lot Expiration Control ON

What item attribute do you have to disable if you require dual unit of measure control?
_________________________________________________
Note: Use the following naming convention for your items, ##-Item##, and be sure to enable
your items in M1 Seattle and M2 Boston.

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Solution - Defining Items


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Create Items
Navigate to the Master Items window

(N) Items > Master Items

2.

Create the no inventory controls item:


Name:
##-Item01
Description
Team ## No Inventory Controls

3.

(M) Tools > Copy From

4.

Enter Finished Goods in the Template field

5.

(B) Apply.

6.

(B) Done

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1.

(M) File > Save

8.

(M) Tools > Organization Assignment

9.

Assign the item to the following inventory organizations:


Org:
M1 Seattle Manufacturing
Org:
M2 Boston Manufacturing

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7.

11. Click the Attribute Groups tab.


12. File > New
13. (T) Inventory
14. Create your locator-controlled item. Enter the item name and description. Repeat steps 2-6
to copy the Finished Good template. Enable the following additional item attributes for your
locator-controlled item:
Name:
##-Item02
Description
Team ## Locator Controlled Item
Locator Control:
Prespecified

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10. (M) File > Save

16. Repeat steps 8-10 to enable the item both M1 Seattle Manufacturing, and M2 Boston
Manufacturing.

17. Click the Attribute Groups tab.


18. (M) File > New
19. (T) Inventory
20. Create your revision-controlled item. Enter the item name and description. Repeat steps 2-6
to copy the Finished Good template. Enable the following additional item attributes for your
revision-controlled item:
Name:
##-Item03
Description
Team ## Revision Controlled Item
Revision Control:
Selected

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22. Repeat steps 8-10 to enable the item both M1 Seattle Manufacturing, and M2 Boston
Manufacturing.

23. Click the Attribute Groups tab.


24. (M) File > New
25. (T) Inventory
26. Create your lot-controlled item. Enter the item name and description. Repeat steps 2-6 to
copy the Finished Good template. Enable the following additional item attributes for your
lot-controlled item:
Name:
##-Item04
Description
Team ## Lot Controlled Item
Lot Control:
Full Control
Starting Prefix:
A
Starting Number:
001
Maturity Days:
10
Hold Days:
5
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21. (M) File > Save

28. Repeat steps 8-10 to enable the item both M1 Seattle Manufacturing, and M2 Boston
Manufacturing.

29. Click the Attribute Groups tab.


30. (M) File > New
31. (T) Inventory
32. Create your parent and child lot-controlled item. Enter the item name and description.
Repeat steps 2-6 to copy the Finished Good template. Enable the following additional item
attributes for your parent and child-lot-controlled item:
Name:
##-Item05
Description
Team ## Child and Parent Lot Item
Lot Control:
Full Control
Maturity Days:
10
Hold Days:
5
Child Lot Enabled:
Selected
Child Generation:
Parent+Child
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27. (M) File > Save

Prefix:
Starting Number:

33. (M) File > Save


34. Repeat steps 8-10 to enable the item both M1 Seattle Manufacturing, and M2 Boston
Manufacturing.

35. Click the Attribute Groups tab.


36. (M) File > New
37. (T) Inventory
38. Create your grade-controlled item. Enter the item name and description. Repeat steps 2-6 to
copy the Finished Good template. Enable the following additional item attributes for your
grade-controlled item:
Name:
##-Item06
Description
Team ## Grade controlled item
Lot Control:
Full Control
Starting Prefix:
A
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A
1

Starting Number:
Maturity Days:
Hold Days:
Grade Controlled:
Default Grade:

001
10
5
Selected
A

39. (M) File > Save


40. Repeat steps 8-10 to enable the item both M1 Seattle Manufacturing, and M2 Boston
Manufacturing.

41. Click the Attribute Groups tab.


42. (M) File > New
43. (T) Inventory

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44. Create your serial-controlled item. Enter the item name and description. Repeat steps 2-6 to
copy the Finished Good template. Enable the following additional item attributes for your
serial-controlled item:
Name:
##-Item07
Description
Team ## Serial Controlled Item
Generation:
Predefined
Starting Prefix:
A
Starting Number:
0000001

45. (M) File > Save


46. Repeat steps 8-10 to enable the item both M1 Seattle Manufacturing, and M2 Boston
Manufacturing.

47. Click the Attribute Groups tab.


48. (M) File > New
49. (T) Main

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51. (T) Inventory


52. Enter the following lot control parameters:

Lot Expiration (Shelf Life Control)


Shelf Life Days:
Retest Interval:
Expiration Action Interval:
Expiration Action:

Shelf Life Days


30
10
5
Disp

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50. Create your dual unit of measure and lot expiration-controlled item. Enter the item name and
description. Repeat steps 2-6 to copy the Finished Good template. Enable the following
additional item attributes to enable dual unit of measure control:
Name:
##-Item08
Description
Team ## Dual UOM and Lot expiration controlled item
Primary:
00-Each
Tracking:
Primary and Secondary
Pricing:
Primary
Secondary:
Meter
Defaulting:
Default
Deviation +
10
Deviation 10

Lot Control:
Starting Prefix:
Starting Number:
Maturity Days:
Hold Days:

Full Control
A
001
10
5

53. (M) File > Save


54. Repeat steps 8-10 to enable the item both M1 Seattle Manufacturing, and M2 Boston
Manufacturing.
55. (M) File > Save
56. (M) File > Close Form
Create a Unit of Measure Conversion for your Dual UOM controlled item
57. Navigate to the Unit of Measure Conversions window
58. (N) Setup > Units of Measure > Conversions
59. (T) Inter-Class

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60. Enter the following information


Item:
##-Item-08
Destination:
Foot (why isnt Meter showing on the LOV?)
Conversion:
.05

61. (M) File > Save


62. (M) File > Close Form.

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Practice - Defining Categories


Overview
In this practice you will set up item categories and add your items to these categories

Replace ## with your terminal number.

You must have access to an Oracle Application Vision database or comparable training
or test instance at your site on which to complete this practice.

Tasks
Create Item Categories
1.

Create the following item categories: ##No Controls and ##Controls.

Create a Category Set


2.

Create a category set called ##Category set

Assign Categories to Your Items


3.

Assign the following items your categories:


Item

Category

AS18947

##No Controls

AS54888

##No Controls

##Item01

##No Controls

##Item02

##Controls

##Item03

##Controls

##Item04

##Controls

##Item05

##Controls

##Item06

##Controls

##Item07

##Controls

##Item08

##Controls

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Solution - Defining Categories


Create Item Categories
Responsibility: Inventory, Vision Operations USA
Navigate to Categories window.

(N) Setup > Items > Categories > Category Codes

2.

(B) New

3.

Enter the following information:


Structure Name

Category

Description

Enabled

Product Family

##No Controls

Team ## Items with No


Controls

Selected

Product Family

##Controls

Team ## Items with


Inventory Controls

Selected

4.

(M) File > Save

5.

(M) File > Close Form

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1.

Create a Category Set


Navigate to the Category Sets window.

(N) Setup > Items > Categories > Category Sets

7.

Enter the following information:


Name:
##Category Set
Description:
Team ## Category Set
Flex Structure:
Product Family
Controlled At:
Master Level
Default Category:
##No Controls
Category:
##Controls

8.

(M) File > Save

9.

(M) File > Close Form

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6.

Assign Categories to Your Items


10. Navigate to the Master Items window.

(N) Items > Master Items

(M) View > Query By Example

Enter your item in the Item field.

(M) View > Query By Example Run

(M) Tools > Categories


Item

Category Set

Category

AS18947

## Category Set

##No Controls

AS54888

## Category Set

##No Controls

##Item01

## Category Set

##No Controls

##Item02

## Category Set

##Controls

##Item03

## Category Set

##Controls

##Item04

## Category Set

##Controls

##Item05

## Category Set

##Controls

##Item06

## Category Set

##Controls

##Item07

## Category Set

##Controls

##Item08

## Category Set

##Controls

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11. Query your items and assign them to your Category Set and the appropriate categories.

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12. (M) File >Save


13. (M) File > Close Form

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Guided Demonstration - Setting up Catalog Groups


Responsibility: Inventory, Vision Operations USA
Create an Item Catalog Group
(N) Navigate to the Item Catalogs window.

2.

(N) Setup > Items > Catalog Groups

Create a new catalog group

(M) File > New

3.

Enter the following information:


Name:
## Mugs
Description:
Kinds of Mugs:

4.

(M) File > Save

5.

(B) Details

6.

Enter the details according to the following table:


Seq

Name

Description

Required

Des. Default

Country

Country of origin

Deselected

Selected

Style

Style of mug

Selected

Selected

Capacity

Number of ounces

Selected

Selected

Material

What is it made
of?

Selected

Deselected

7.

(M) File > Save

8.

(M) File > Close Form

9.

continue on Step 10

Create Items
10. Navigate to the Master Items window.

(N) Items > Master Items

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1.

11. Create items according to the following table:


Note: Use the Finished Goods template and enable all parts in M1 Seattle Manufacturing
and M2 Boston Manufacturing.
Description

## Mug 1

Mug 1

## Mug 2

Mug 2

## Mug 3

Mug 3

## Mug 4

Mug 4

Update Items with Catalog Information


Update the above items with item catalog descriptive elements. If you used the save and proceed
option when you created your mugs you will not have to re-query them for the following steps.
12. Navigate to the Master Items window
13. (N) Items > Master Items
14. Find your first item

(M) View > Find


Enter ## Mug 1 in to the item field

(B) Find

15. (M) Tools > Catalog


16. Enter the following information:
Catalog Group:
## Mugs
Country:
US
Capacity:
12 oz
Style
Covered
Material:
Pewter
17. (B) Update Description
18. (M) File > Save
19. Repeat Steps 14-17 for the rest of your items according to the following table:
Item

Country

Capacity

Style

Material

## Mug 2

US

12 oz

Uncovered

Copper

## Mug 3

US

16 oz

Covered

Plastic

## Mug 4

US

16 oz

Uncovered

Glass

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Item

20. (M) File > Close Form


Search for items Using Catalog Attributes
Navigate to the Item Search window.

(N) Items > Item Search

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21. Enter the following information:


Show:
Item Catalog
Catalog Group: ## Mugs
Capacity:
16 oz

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Guided Demonstration - Generating Lots


Responsibility: Inventory, Vision Operations
Navigate to the Master Items window.

(N) Items > Master Items

2.

Create an item with the following information


Item:
lot_control_item
Description:
Lot control item

3.

(N) Tools > Copy From


Template:
Finished Good

4.

(B) Apply

5.

(B) Done

6.

(T) Inventory

7.

Enable the following Item Attributes:


Lot Control:
Maturity Days:
Hold Days:
Lot Expiration (Shelf Life):
Shelf Life Days:
Retest Interval:
Expiration Action Interval:
Expiration Action:
Grade Controlled:
Default Grade:

8.

(M) File > Save

9.

(T) Organization Assignment

Full Control
15
5
Shelf Life Days
60
30
10
Dispose
Enabled
A

10. Enable the item in the following organizations:


M1 Seattle Manufacturing
M2 Boston Manufacturing
11. (M) File > Save
12. (M) File > Close Form

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1.

13. Navigate to the Lots window.

(N) On-hand, Availability > Lots

14. (B) New


15. Enter lot_control_item in the Item field.

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Guided Demonstration - Maintaining Grades


Responsibility: Inventory, Vision Operations USA
Navigate to the maintain Grades window.

(N) Setup > Grades

2.

(M) File > New

3.

Enter the following grade information.


Grade:
AVG
Description:
Average grade

4.

(M) File > Save

5.

(M) File > Close Form.

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Guided Demonstration - Maintaining Lot Actions


Responsibility: Inventory, Vision Operations
Navigate to the Action Codes window.

(N) Setup > Action Codes

2.

(M) File > New

3.

Enter the following lot action information:


Action:
DEST
Description:
Destroy Item

4.

(M) File > Save

5.

(M) Close > Close Form

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Practice - Using the Lot Master


Overview
In this practice you will use the lot master to generate lots.

Use List Bullet Format to list practice items here, if needed

Use List Bullet Format to list practice items here, if needed

You created lot control, parent and child lot control, grade control, and lot expiration
controlled items in the previous practice.

Responsibility, Inventory, Vision Operations USA

You must have access to an Oracle Application Vision database or comparable training
or test instance at your site on which to complete this practice.

Tasks
Generating Lots
Generate a lot for the following items:

1.

## - Item04

##- Item05

## - Item06

## - Item 08

What is the origination type? _____________________________

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Assumptions

Solution - Using the Lot Master


Generating Lots
Responsibility: Inventory, Vision Operations USA
Navigate to the Item Lots window.

(N) On-hand, Availability > Lots

2.

(B) New

3.

Enter Item ##-Item04 in the Item field where ## represents your team number.

4.

Press Enter.

5.

(B) Generate Lot

6.

(M) File > Save

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1.

(M) > New

8.

Enter item ##-Item05 in the Item field where ## represents your team number.

9.

Press Enter.

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11. (B) Generate Lot

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10. (B) Generate Parent Lot, (then TAB to next field)

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12. (M) File > Save

13. (M) File > New

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15. (B) Generate Lot


16. Where does the Grade field default from? ______________
17. (M) File > Save
18. (M) File > New

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14. Enter item ##-Item06 in the Item field where ## represents your team number.

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19. Enter item ##-Item08 in the Item field where ## represents your team number.

20. (B) Generate Lot

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22. If desired, update information in the following fields:


Expiration Date
Expiration Action Date
Expiration Retest Date
Note: The dates (and the Action Code) should have defaulted from the Items Lot
Expiration (Shelf Life) Attributes.
23. (M) File > Save
24. (M ) File > Close Form

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21. Enter the current date in the Origination Date field.

Guided Demonstration - Revision, Lot, and Serial Controls


Responsibility: Inventory, Vision Operations USA
Creating New Revisions
If you are not in M1 organization, change your organization to M1.

(N) Change Organization.

Select M1 Seattle Manufacturing from the organization list.

2.

(N) Items > Organization Items.

3.

Find Item AS18456.

4.

(T) Inventory.

5.

Select the Revision Control check box.

6.

(M) Tools > Revisions.

7.

(M) File > New.

8.

Enter the following revision information:


Revision:
B
Revision Label:
B
Description:
Lap Top Assembly Revision
Effective Date:
Today's Date.

9.

(M) File > Save.

10. (M) File > Close Form.


Enabling Lot Control
11. (N) Items > Organization Items.
12. Find item AS18456.
13. (T) Inventory.
14. Select Full Control in the Lot alternative region.
15. Enter the starting lot prefix.
16. Enter the lot starting number.

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17. (M) File > Save.


18. (M) File > Close Form.
Enabling Serial Control
19. (N) Items > Organization Items.
20. Find Item AS42001.

22. Select Predefined from the Serial alternative region:


Starting Prefix:
AS
Starting Number:
000001
23. (M) File > Save.
24. (M) File > Close Form.
Generating Serial Numbers
25. (N) On-hand, Availability > Generate Serial Numbers.
26. Enter the following information to generate serial numbers:
Item:
AS42001
Quantity:
1000
27. Choose Submit.
Transacting Locator Controlled Items.
28. (N) Transactions > Miscellaneous Transactions.
29. Enter the following transaction information:
Type:
Miscellaneous receipt
Account:
Miscellaneous
30. Choose Transaction Lines.
31. Enter the following receipt information:
Item:
AS18456
Revision:
B
Subinventory: FGI
Quantity:
10
32. Choose Lot /Serial.

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21. (T) Inventory.

33. Choose Generate.


Lot Quantity:

10

34. Choose Done.


35. (M) File > New.

37. Choose Lot /Serial.


38. Select the first available serial number from the list of values.
Note: The End Serial Number field populates automatically according to the transaction
quantity.
39. Choose Done.
40. (M) File > Save.
41. (M) File > Close Form.

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36. Enter the following receipt information:


Item:
AS42001
Subinventory: FGI
Quantity:
15

Practice - Generating and Maintaining Serial Numbers


Overview
In this lab you will learn how to update your revision, lot, and serial control for your items. You
will also learn how to receive items into stock that have revision, lot, and serial control. You will
use the items you created in the defining items lab.

You are skilled in Oracle Navigation.

You have completed the Define Items Lab.

You must have access to an Oracle Application Vision database or comparable training
or test instance at your site on which to complete this practice.

Tasks
Generate Serial Numbers
1.

Predefine a range of serial numbers using the following information:


Item:
##-Item07
Quantity to define:
10000
Note: ## represents your team number.

Find Serial Numbers


2.

Find the serial numbers you generated. What state are the serial numbers in?
_______________________________________________________

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Solution - Generating and Maintaining Serial Numbers


Responsibility: Inventory, Vision Operations USA
Generate Serial Numbers
Navigate to the Generate Serial Numbers window.

(N) On-hand, Availability > Generate Serial Numbers.

2.

Enter the following information:


Item:
##- Item-07
Quantity:
10000

3.

(B) OK.

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1.

(B) Submit

5.

(B) No

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4.

Find Serial Numbers


6.

Navigate to the Serial Numbers window.

(N) On-hand, Availability > Serial Numbers

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Enter the following information:


Item: ##-Item07

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If you place your cursor in the item field then you can enter information in that field.

8.

(B) Find

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(T) Serial Info

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10. (M) File > Close Form

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The serials are in the Defined but not used state.

Guided Demonstration - Viewing Lot Genealogy


1.

(N) On-hand, Availability > Lots

2.

Select an item

3.

(B) View Genealogy

4.

(T) Lot Attributes

5.

(T) Material Transactions

6.

(T) Pending Txns and Allocations

7.

(T) Products or Components

8.

(T) Quality Collections or Quality Samples

9.

(T) Lot Based Jobs

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Guided Demonstration - Creating Customized Transactions


Responsibility: Inventory, Vision Operations USA

1.

(N) Setup > Transactions > Source Types

2.

Select the User tab.

3.

(M) File > New.

4.

Use the following information to define a source type.


Name:
Charitable Donation
Description:
Charitable Donation

5.

(M) File > Save.

6.

(M) File > Close Form.

Setting Up Transaction Types


7.

(N) Setup > Transactions > Types.

8.

Select the User tab.

9.

(M) File > New.

10. Use the following information to define a transaction type.


Name:
Goodwill Donation
Description:
Goodwill Donation
Source Type:
Charitable Donation
Action:
Issue from Stores
11. (M) File > Save.
12. (M) File > Close Form.
Setting Up Transaction Reasons
13. (N) Setup > Transactions > Reasons
14. (M) File > New.
15. Use the following information to define a transaction reason.
Name:
Goodwill
Description:
Charitable donation to Goodwill
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Setting Up Source Types

16. (M) File > Save.

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17. (M) File > Close Form.

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Guided Demonstration - Creating Picking Rules


Responsibility: Inventory, Vision Operations USA
Navigate to the Inventory Picking Rules window.

2.

(N) Setup > Rules > Picking

Enter the following information:


Name:
Description:
Partial Allocation Allowed:
Subinventory:
Rank:

3.

(M) File > Save

4.

Select the Enabled check box.

5.

(M) File > Save

6.

(B) Assignment

7.

Assign the rule to the following item:


Item:
AS18947

8.

(M) File > Save

9.

(M) File > Close Form

Sales_Order_Partial_Lot_Subinventry
Sales order partial lot allocation allowed
Enabled
RECEIPT DATE DESC
1

10. (M) File > Close Form

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Guided Demonstration - Opening Accounting Periods


Responsibility: Inventory, Vision Operations USA
1.

Navigate to the Inventory Accounting Periods window.

(N) Accounting Close Cycle > Inventory Accounting Periods

Select a Future accounting period.

3.

(B) Change Status.

4.

(B) OK

5.

(M) File > Close Form

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Practice - Processing Miscellaneous Receipts


Overview
In this lab you perform a miscellaneous receipt to receive the items you created in the define
items lab.

You completed the Defining Items practice.

You completed the Creating Subinventories practice.

You must have access to an Oracle Application Vision database or comparable training
or test instance at your site on which to complete this practice.

Tasks
Perform a miscellaneous receipt for the items you created in the Defining Items
practice.
1.

Receiving the following eight items where ## represent you team number. If the item has
associated inventory controls such as a lot or serial, generate a new lot or serial for the item.

##-Item-01

##-Item-02

##-Item-03

##-Item-04

##-Item-05

##-Item-06

##-Item-07

##-Item-08

Verify the Transactions Processed


2.

Use the Material Transactions window to verify the transaction processed.

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Solution - Processing Miscellaneous Receipts


Responsibility = Inventory, Vision Operations (USA)
Navigate to the Miscellaneous Transactions window.

2.

(N) Transactions > Miscellaneous Transactions

Enter the following information:


Type:
Miscellaneous receipt
Account:
01-580-7740-0000-000

3. (B) Transaction Lines


Enter the following information for item ##item-01:
Item:
##-Item-01
Subinventory: ##FGI
Quantity:
1000

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1.

5. Enter the following information for ##-Item02:


Item:
##-Item02
Subinventory: ##FGI
Locator:
##.1.01
Quantity:
1000
6. (M) File > New
7. Enter the following information for ##-Item03:
Item:
##-Item03
Subinventory: ##FGI
Revision:
A
Quantity:
1000

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4. (M) > New

9. Enter the following information for ##Item04:


Item:
##-Item04
Subinventory: ##FGI
Quantity:
1000

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8. (M) File > New

11. (B) Generate Lot


12. Enter the following lot information:
Quantity:
500

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10. (B) Lot/Serial

13. (M) File > New


14. (B) Generate Lot

16. (B) Done


17. (M) File > New
18. Enter following information for ##Item05:
Item:
##Item05
Subinventory: ##FGI
Quantity:
1000
Lot:
Select an existing lot from the list of values

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15. Enter the following lot information:


Quantity:
500

20. Enter the following information for item ##-Item06:


Item:
##-Item06
Subinventory: ##FGI
Quantity:
1000
21. (B) Lot/Serial
22. (B) Generate Lot
23. Enter the following information:
Lot Quantity: 1000
(B) Done

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19. (M) File >New

25. Enter the following information for item ##-Item07:


Item:
##-Item07
Subinventory: ##FGI
Quantity:
500
26. (B) Lot/Serial

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24. (M) File > New

28. (B) Done


29. (M) File > New
30. Enter the following information for ##-Item08:
Item:
##-Item08
Subinventory: ##FGI
Quantity:
500
Note: Because of the Defaulting Rule you selected during Item setup, the Secondary
Quantity appears automatically (but it may differ from the one shown in this Solution, based
on your conversion factor).
31. (B) Lot/Serial
32. (B) Generate Lot

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27. Enter a range of serial numbers.

34. (B) Done


35. (M) File >Save
36. (M) File > Close Form
37. (M) File > Close Form
Verify the Transactions Processed
38. Navigate to the Material Transactions window.

(N) Transactions > Material Transactions

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33. Enter the following lot information:


Quantity:
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39. Verify todays date appears in the Transactions Dates fields.

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41. What is the Source Type for item ##-Item03? ________________________________

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40. (B) Find

Guided Demonstration - Performing Subinventory Transfers


1.

(N) > Transactions > Subinventory Transfer

2.

Enter Subinventory Transfer as the Type.

3.

(B) Transaction Lines

4.

Enter the following transfer information:


Item:
AS18947
Subinventory:
FGI
Quantity:
45
To Subinventory:
Stores

5.

(M) File > Save

6.

(M) File > Close Form

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Guided Demonstration - Performing Interorganization Transfers


Responsibility: Inventory, Vision Operations USA
1.

(N) Transactions > Inter-organization Transfer

2.

Enter the following transaction information:


To Org:
M2
Type:
Intransit Shipment
Freight:
DHL
Shipment Number:
001
Containers:
2

3.

(B) Transaction Lines

4.

Enter the following transaction information:


Item:
AS18947
From Subinventory:
FGI
To Subinventory:
Stores
Quantity:
10

5.

(M) File > Save

6.

(M) File > Close Form

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Note: Verify a shipping network exists between the shipping organization and the receiving
organization.

Practice - Performing Interorganization Transfers


Overview
Your instructor has validated the shipment of product from the Seattle, WA organization (M1) to
the Boston, MA Organization (M2). Now we will ship a part between M1 and M2.
Note: Make sure the part you decide to ship has been assigned to both M1 and M2.

You are skilled in Oracle navigation.

You must have access to an Oracle Application Vision database or comparable training
or test instance at your site on which to complete this practice.

Transacting Items
Select an under lot or serial control to transfer from M1 Seattle Manufacturing to M2 Boston
Manufacturing using the following information:

Transact Type:

Inventory Intransit shipment

Shipment Number:

T##

Freight:

DHL

Waybill:

T##

Containers:

Expected Receipt date:

1 week from today.

Quantity:

From Subinventory:

##FGI

To Subinventory:

Stores

Viewing Transactions
Use the Material Transactions window to verify the Transaction Processed

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Assumptions

Solution - Performing Interorganization Transfers


Transacting Items
Responsibility: Inventory, Vision Operations USA
Navigate to the Inter Organization Transfer Window.

2.

(N) Transactions > Inter-organization Transfer


To Org:
M2 Boston Manufacturing
Transact Type:
Intransit shipment
Shipment Number:
T##
Freight:
DHL
Waybill:
T##
Containers:
1
Expected Receipt date:
1 week from today.

(B) Transaction Lines

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1.

Enter the following information:


Item:
##-Item05
From subinventory:
##-FGI
To subinventory:
Stores
10
Quantity:

4.

(B) Lot / Serial

5.

Select the Lot from the lot LOV. The parent lot appears automatically.

6.

Enter the 10 in the Quantity field.

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3.

(B) Done

Viewing Transactions
8.

Navigate to the Material Transactions window.

9.

(N) Transactions > Material Transactions.

Enter your part number.

10. (B) Find

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11. (T) Intransit

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13. Now change Organization to M2 and find your shipment in Manage Shipments.
(N) Transactions > Receiving > Manage Shipments

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12. (M) File > Close Form

Guided Demonstration - Receiving Stock into Inventory


Responsibility: Inventory, Vision Operations USA

1.

(N) Change Organization.


M2 Boston Manufacturing

2.

(N) Transactions > Receiving > Receipts.

3.

Enter the following transaction information:


Source Type:
Internal
Item:
AS18947

4.

Choose Find.

5.

Select the Item to receive.

6.

Enter the M2-Boston as the receiving Location.

7.

(M) File > Save.

8.

(M) File > Close Form.

Receiving Stock
9.

(N) Transactions > Receiving > Receiving Transactions.

10. Enter the following transaction information:


Type:
Internal
Item:
AS18947
11. Choose Find.
12. Select the transaction to deliver.
13. Enter the following receiving information:
Location:
M2 Boston
Subinventory: Stores
14. (M) File > Save.
15. (M) File > Close Form.
Verifying Receipts and Receiving Transacitons
16. (N) Transactions > Receiving > View Receiving Transactions
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Receipts

17. Enter the following transaction information:


Type:
Internal
Item:
AS18947
18. Choose Find.
19. Select the appropriate receipt number.
20. Choose Transactions.

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21. (M) File > Close Form.

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Practice - Receiving Material into Inventory


Overview
In this practice you learn how to receive items into inventory.

You are skilled in Oracle Navigation

You completed the defining items practice

You completed the interorganization transfer practice

You must have access to an Oracle Application Vision database or comparable training
or test instance at your site on which to complete this practice.

Tasks
Receiving Inventory
Receive the item into stock that you transferred in the interorganization transfer practice.
Moving Items from Receiving into Inventory
1.

After you take delivery of the item in receiving, move it into inventory.

Verifying the Items are in Inventory


Verify that the transaction is processed and the resulting on-hand quantity.

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Solution Receiving Material into Inventory


Receiving Inventory
Responsibility: Inventory, Vision Operations USA
Change Organization to M2 Boston.

2.

(N) Change Organization


M2 Boston Manufacturing

Navigate to the Receiving Receipts window.

(N) Transactions > Receiving > Receipts


Source Type:
Internal
Item:
The item you transferred in the Interorganization practice.

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1.

(B) Find

4.

Close the Header when it opens.

5.

Select the item to receive.

6.

Verify the item quantity.

7.

Verify the UOM.

8.

Enter the appropriate inventory control information if necessary.

9.

Enter M2 Boston in the Location column.

10. Save and Close window.

(M) File > Save

(M) File > Close Form

Moving Items from Receiving into Inventory


11. Navigate to the Receiving Transactions window.

(N) Transactions > Receiving > Receiving Transaction.

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12. Enter the following information:


Source Type:
Internal
Item:
The item you transferred in the Interorganization practice.

13. (B) Find


14. Select the Item to receive.
15. Enter M2 Boston as the Location.
16. Verify Stores is the subinventory.

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18. Enter the lot or serial information.

19. (B) Done

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17. (B) Lot-Serial

20. Save and Close window.

(M) File > Save

(M) File > Close Form

Verify the Items are in Inventory


21. Verify the transaction processed.
(N) Transaction > Receiving > View Receiving Transaction

22. Enter the following information:


Source Type:
Internal
Item:
The item you transferred in the Interorganization practice

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23. (B) Find

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24. (B) Transactions


Verify the receipt and delivery transactions.

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25. (M) File > Close Form

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Practice - Transacting Move Orders


Overview
In this practice you will generate and transact move orders.

You are skilled in Oracle navigation

You completed the Define Items practice

You completed the Locator controls practice

You completed the define subinventory practice

You must have access to an Oracle Application Vision database or comparable training
or test instance at your site on which to complete this practice.

Tasks
Create a Move Order
Create a move order for your item and move 10 pieces from the ##FGI subinventory to your
##Main subinventory using the following information:
Number:
##-1
Description:
Team ## Move order
Transaction Type:
Move Order Transfer
Item:
##Item08
Transact Move Order
Verify your move order, and make changes such as locator control. When complete transact your
move order.
Verify the Results
Verify your transaction was processed.

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Solution - Transacting Move Orders


Create a Move Order
Responsibility: Inventory, Vision Operations USA
Create a Move Order
Navigate to the Move Order window.

(N) Move Orders > Move Orders

2.

Define a Move Order Using the following Information:


Number:
##-1
Description:
Team ## move order
Transaction Type:
Move Order Transfer
Source Subinventory: ##FGI
Item:
##-Item08
Quantity:
10

3.

(T) Destination
Subinventory:
Locator:

##Main
##.02.01
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(B) Approve

5.

(M) File > Close Form

Transact Move Order


6.

Navigate to the Transact Move Orders window.

7.

(N) Move Orders > Transact Move Orders

Find your move order.

Numbers:

##-1

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(B) Find

9.

Update your Move Order.

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(B) View/Update Allocations

Verify/Update the following:


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Subinventory:
To Subinventory:
To Locator:
Quantity:

##FGI
##Main
##.2.01
10

10. (B) Transact


11. (B) OK
12. (M) File > Close Form
Verify the Results
13. View the results to verify the transaction processed.

(N) Transactions >Material Transactions

14. Enter Item ##-Item08 in the Item field

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15. (B) Find

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17. (M) File > Close Form

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Guided Demonstration - Transacting Move Orders


Responsibility: Inventory, Vision Operations USA

1.

(N) Move Orders > Move Orders

2.

Use the following information to generate a move order:


Number:
001
Description:
AS54888 Move Order
Transaction Type:
Move Order Transfer
Source Subinventory:
FGI
Destination Subinventory:
Stores
Item:
AS54888
Quantity:
200

3.

(B) Approve

4.

(M) File > Close Form

Transact Move Orders


5.

(N) Move Orders > Transact Move Orders

6.

Enter 001 in the Numbers field.

7.

(B) Find

8.

(B) View / Update Allocations

9.

(B) Transact

10. (B) OK
11. (M) File > Close Form

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Generate Move Order

1.

Enter telnet esxxxx.oracle.com 7070 in the Windows Run dialog box, where xxxx is the
instance number.

2.

Select Default from the Device List.

3.

Enter your user name and password. Note that the responsibility, Materials & Mfg must
be assigned to your user name.

4.

If there is more than one responsibility assigned to your user name, select Materials & Mfg
from the Responsibilities list.

5.

Select Inventory from the Materials & Mfg menu.

6.

Select Transfers.

7.

Select Org Transfer.

8.

Enter M1 as the Org code.

9.

Enter M2 as the To Org.

10. Enter Intransit Shipment as the transaction type.


11. Enter 001 as the shipment number.
12. Enter AS18947 as the item to ship.
13. Enter FGI as the from subinventory
14. Enter 5 as the quantity to transfer.
15. Select Done.

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Guided Demonstration - Mobile Application Interorganization


Transfers

Practice - Performing Mobile Transactions


Overview
In this lab you will transfer items from one organization to another.

You must have access to an Oracle Application Vision database or comparable training
or test instance at your site on which to complete this practice.

If you are in an education center, verify you are logged in to the launch pad.

Tasks
Interorganization Transfers Using the Mobile Interface
Use the Mobile interface to conduct an interorganization transfer using the following
information:
From Organization:
M1 Seattle
To Organization:
M2 Boston
Item:
your choice
Quantity:
5

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Solution - Performing Mobile Transactions


Interorganization Transfers Using the Mobile Interface

1.

Start the Telnet session.


Windows Start menu > Run
Enter telnet esxxxx.oracle.com 7070 in the Run dialog box, where xxxx is the
instance number.

2.

Select Default from the Device List.

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Responsibility: Materials & Mfg

Enter your user name and password. Note that Materials & Mfg responsibility must be
assigned to your user name.

4.

If more than one responsibility had been assigned to your user name, then select Materials &
Mfg from the list.

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Select Inventory from the Materials & Mfg Menu.

6.

Select Transfers from the Inventory Menu.

7.

Select Org Transfer from the Transfers Menu.

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5.

Enter your item to transfer using the following information: (The mobile device is case
sensitive)
Org Code:
M1
To Org:
M2
Trx Type:
Intransit Shipment
Shipment Number:
##
Item:
Your Choice
From Sub:
##FGI
Quantity:
1
To Sub:
Stores

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8.

9.

Select Done.

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Note: Use the down arrow to advance to Done.

10. Select Logout.

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Guided Demonstration - Using the Material Workbench


Responsibility: Inventory, Vision Operations USA
Navigate to the Material Workbench

(N) On-hand, Availability > On-hand Quantity

2.

Enter the following information:


Receiving:
Deselected
Inbound:
Selected
On-hand
Deselected

3.

(B) Find

4.

Click Organizations

5.

Click M1

6.

Click Inbound

7.

Click Purchase Order to view all incoming purchase orders.

8.

Click the top purchase order to view information about the purchase.

9.

(B) Availability

10. (M) File > Close Form


11. (M) File > Close Form

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Practice - Using the Material Workbench


Overview
In this practice you will use the Material Workbench to view the on-hand quantity for your an
item.

You must have access to an Oracle Application Vision database or comparable training
or test instance at your site on which to complete this practice.

Tasks
Use the Material Workbench to view all On-hand Quantity in a Subinventory
1.

Use the Material Workbench to view all items in your ##FGI subinventory and note the
quantities.

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Solution - Using the Material Workbench


Use the Material Workbench to view all On-hand Quantity in a Subinventory
Responsibility: Inventory, Vision Operations USA
Navigate to the Material workbench

2.

(N) On-hand, Availability > On-hand Quantity

Enter the following information:


Organization:
M1
Subinventory:
##FGI
On-hand:
Selected
View by:
Location

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3.

(B) Find

4.

Click Organizations

5.

Click M1

6.

Click Onhand

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Select Item ##-03 in the right pane.

8.

(B) Availability

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7.

What is the total quantity? _______________________________________

10. What is the available to reserve quantity? _____________________________


11. What is the available to transact quantity? _____________________________
12. (M) File > Close Form
13. Optional: Create and save a Query that lists items with quantity on hand less than zero.

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9.

Guided Demonstration - Creating an ATP Rule


Responsibility: Inventory, Vision Operations USA
Navigate to the ATP Rules window.

2.

(N) Setup > Rules > Available to Promise

Enter the following information:


Name:
Description:
Backward
Past Due Days Demand:
Infinite Supply:
Aggregate Order Promising Time Fence:

3.

Select the following Demand Sources:


Sales Orders
Internal Orders
Discrete WIP
Repetitive WIP

4.

Select the following Supply Sources:


Discrete WIP
Repetitive WIP
Internal Reqs
Supplier Reqa
Purchase Orders
On-hand Available
Interorg Transfers

5.

(M) File > Save

6.

(M) File > Close Form

ATP_Backward
ATP Backward consumption
Selected
10
User-defined time fence
User Defined

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Guided Demonstration - Creating Reservations


Responsibility: Order Management Super User, Vision Operations USA
Navigate to the Sales Orders window.

(N) Orders, Returns > Sales Orders

2.

(T) Order Information

3.

Enter the following order-header information:


Customer:
AT&T Universal Card
Note: The rest of the required information defaults automatically.

4.

(T) Line Items

5.

Enter the following line-item information:


Ordered Item:
AS10000
Qty:
10
Request Date:
Greater than 30 days from todays date
Promise Date:
Greater than 30 days from todays date (found on Shipping
Tab)

6.

(T) Shipping

7.

Verify the following shipping information:


Warehouse:
M1
Source Type:
Internal

8.

Note your sales order number and line number_____________________________

9.

(B) Book Order

10. (M) File > Close Form


11. Navigate to the Reservations window.

(N) Inventory > On-hand Availability > Reservations

12. (B) New


13. (T) Demand
14. Enter the following demand information:
Organization:
M1
Item:
AS10000
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Type:
Header Number:
Line Number:

Sales Order
Your sales order number
Your sales order line number

15. (M) File > Tools > Select Available Inventory


Note: You could enter enough quantity to satisfy the demand from multiple subinventories in the
Selected Reservation Qty field. For example, you could select 8 from the FGI subinventory,
and 2 from another subinventory. In this case, thats not possible since quantity only exists
for AS10000 in FGI.

Note: Oracle Inventory generates a new reservation for each inventory selection you make.
(M) File > Save
(M) File > Close Form

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16. (B) Done

Practice - Creating Reservations


Overview
In this practice, you will create a reservation for one of your items.

Assumptions
You must have access to an Oracle Application Vision database or comparable training
or test instance at your site on which to complete this practice.

Tasks
Create a Reservation
1.

Use the following information to create a reservation:


Organization:
M1
Item:
##-Item02
Type:
Inventory
Name:
Team ## Reservation
Need By Date:
Todays Date
Quantity:
10

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Solution - Creating Reservations


Create a Reservation
Responsibility = Inventory, Vision Operations
Navigate to the Item Reservations window.

(N) On-hand, Availability > Reservations

2.

(B) New

3.

Enter the following Demand information:


Organization:
M1
Item:
##-Item02
Type:
Inventory
Name:
Team ## Reservation
Need by date:
Todays date
UOM:
Ea
Quantity:
10

4.

(T) Supply

5.

Enter the following Supply information:


Type:
Inventory
Name:
Team ## Reservation
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1.

(M) File > Save

7.

(M) File > Close Form

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6.

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Practice - Setting up Material Status Control


Overview
In this practice you learn how to set up and use material status control.

Assumptions
You must have access to an Oracle Application Vision database or comparable training
or test instance at your site on which to complete this practice.

Tasks
Verify Transaction Type
1.

Verify the following Subinventory Transfer Transaction type is set for status control.

Define a Material Status


2.

Define a material status to be used only for subinventories that disallows subinventory
transfers. Use the following naming convention for your material status. Team ## Material
Status, where ## represents your team number.

Assign a Material Status


3.

Assign your material status to your low value subinventory. (##LV).

Perform a Transaction with Your Material Status


4.

Use the following information to perform a miscellaneous receipt:


Item:
##-Item01
Subinventory: ##LV
Quantity:
15
Account:
01-580-7740-0000-000

5.

Attempt to perform a subinventory transfer for material in your ##LV subinventory.


Can you perform the subinventory transfer? _________________________________

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Solution - Setting up Material Status Control


Verify Transaction Type
Responsibility: Inventory, Vision Operations
Navigate to the Transaction Types window.

(N) Setup > Transactions > Types

2.

(T) System

3.

Verify Status Control is selected for the Subinventory Transfer transaction type.

4.

(M) File > Close Form

Define a Material Status


5.

Navigate to the Material Status window.

6.

(N) Setup > Transactions > Material Status

Enter the following information:


Name:
Team ## Material Status
Description:
Team ## disallow subinventory transfers
Usage:
Subinventory
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Select transfer material between subinventories from the Allowed Transactions list.

8.

(B) >(A)

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7.

(M) File > Save


(M) File > Close Form
Assign a Material Status
Navigate to the Subinventories Summary window.

(N) Setup > Organizations > Subinventories

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Select your ##LV Subinventory.

10. (B) Open


11. Select your material status from the Status list of value.

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12. (B) Ok

13. (M) File > Save


14. (M) File > Close Form
15. (M) File > Close Form
Perform a Transaction with Your Material Status
16. Navigate to the Miscellaneous Transactions window.

(N) Transactions > Miscellaneous Transaction

17. Enter the following information:


Type:
Miscellaneous Receipt
Account:
01-580-7740-0000-000

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19. Enter the following information:


Item:
##-Item01
Subinventory: ##LV
Quantity:
15

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18. (B) Transaction Lines

21. (M) File > Close Form


22. (M) File > Close Form
23. Navigate to the Subinventory Transfers window.

(N) Transactions > Subinventory Transfer

24. Enter the following information:


Type:
Subinventory Transfer

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20. (M) File > Save

26. Enter the following information:


Item:
##-Item01
Subinventory: ##LV

Can you perform subinventory transfer? No, ##LV is missing from the list of
subinventories.
Why is ##LV missing from the list of Subinventories? ____________________
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25. (B) Transaction Lines

27. (B) Cancel


28. (M) Edit > Clear > Record
29. (M) File > Close Form

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30. (M) File > Close Form

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Guided Demonstration - Creating a Manual Forecast


Responsibility: Inventory, Vision Operations USA

1.

(N) Planning > Forecasts > Sets

2.

Enter the following the information to create a forecast set:


Forecast Set:
FG Set
Description:
Finished Goods forecast set
Bucket Type: Weeks
Level:
Item
Forecast:
FGI
Description:
Finished Goods forecast

3.

(M) File > Save.

4.

(M) File > Close Form.

Setting Up Forecast Entries


5.

(N) Planning > Forecasts > Entries

6.

(M) View > Find

7.

Select the FG Set forecast set.

8.

Enter the following forecast entry information


Item:
AS18947
Bucket:
Weeks
Date:
Todays Date
End Date:
1 week in advance.
Current:
1000
Item:
AS18947
Date:
1 week in advance
End Date:
2 weeks in advance
Current:
2000
Item:
AS18947
Date:
2 weeks in advance
End Date:
3 weeks in advance.
Current:
3000

9.

(M) File > Save.

10. (M) File > Close Form.


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Creating a Forecast Set

Viewing Forecast Quantities


11. (N) Planning > Forecasts > View Entries
12. (M) View > Find.
13. Select the FG Set Forecast set.
14. Choose Bucketed

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15. (M) File > Close Form.

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Guided Demonstration - Setting up Reorder Point Planning


Responsibility: Inventory, Vision Operations USA
Setting up Reorder Point Planning for an Item
Navigate to the Organization Items window.

(N) Items > Organization Items.

2.

Enter item AS18947 in the Item field.

3.

(B) Find.

4.

(T) General Planning.

5.

Change the Inventory Planning Method to Reorder Point.

6.

Change the Minimum Order Quantity to 35.

7.

Change the Order Cost to 45.

8.

Change the Carrying Cost % to 12.

9.

(T) Lead Times.

10. Change the Processing lead time to 5.


11. (M) File > Save.
Note: S/N already being used error may occur when trying to save AS18947, due to old
data in the test instance. If so, merely change the S/N Prefix (Inventory Attributes Group).
12. (M) File > Close Form.
Running the Reorder Point Planning Report
13. Navigate to the Reorder Point Planning window.

(N) > Planning > Reorder Point Planning.

14. Select Items under reorder point as the Item Selection.


15. Enter Demand and Supply cut off dates.
16. Select FG Set from the list of values.
17. Submit your request.

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Viewing the Reorder Point Planning Report


18. (N) Requests.
19. Find your request.
20. Choose View Output.
21. (M) File > Close.

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22. (M) File > Close Form.

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Guided Demonstration - Setting up Min-Max Planning


Responsibility: Inventory, Vision Operations USA
Setting Up Min-Max Planning for an Item
Navigate to the Organization Items window.

(N) Items > Organization Items.

2.

Find Item AS18947

3.

(T) General Planning

4.

Change the Inventory Planning Method to Min-Max.

5.

(M) File > Save.

6.

(M) Tools > Item Subinventories.

7.

(M) File > New

8.

Enter FGI as the subinventory.

9.

Select the Min-Max Planning Check box.

10. Enter 300 as the Minimum Qty.


11. Enter 900 as the Maximum Qty.
12. (M) File > Save.
13. (M) File > Close Form.
Running the Min-Max Planning Report
14. Navigate to the Min-Max Planning window.

(N) Planning > Min-Max Planning

15. Enter the following planning information.


Planning Level:
Subinventory
Subinventory:
FGI
Item Selection:
All min-max planned items
16. (B) OK

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17. (B) Submit


18. (B) No
Viewing the Min-Max Planning Report
19. (N) Requests.
20. Find your request.
21. Choose View Output.

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22. (M) File > Close.


23. (M) File > Close Form.

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Practice - Performing Min-Max Planning


Overview
In this lab you will perform min-max planning for an item.

You completed the define items lab.

You must have access to an Oracle Application Vision database or comparable training
or test instance at your site on which to complete this practice.

Tasks
Enable Min-Max Planning for Item
Enter Min-max planning for ##-Item03 and restrict to your ##FGI subinventory.
Use the following minimum and maximum quantities:
Minimum quantity:
300
Maximum quantity:
900
Request a Min-Max Planning Report
Request a min-max planning report for your item and subinventory using the following
information:
Planning level:
Subinventory
Subinventory:
##FGI
View the Min-Max Planning Report
View your min-max planning report.

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Assumptions

Solution - Performing Min-max Planning


Enable Min-Max Planning for Item
Responsibility: Inventory, Vision Operations USA
Navigate to the Organization Items window and find your ##-Item03 item.

(N) Items > Organization Items

2.

Find your ##-Item03 item.

3.

(T) General Planning


Inventory planning Method:

4.

(M) File > Save

5.

(M) Tools > Item Subinventories

Min-Max

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Enter the minimum and maximum quantities for the item/subinventory combination as
follows:
Name:
##FGI
Min-Max Planning:
selected
Minimum Quantity:
300
Maximum Quantity:
900

7.

Save and Close window.

(M) File > Save

(M) File > Close Form

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Request a Min-Max Planning Report


8.

Navigate to the Min-Max Planning window.

(N) Planning > Min-Max Planning

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Enter the following information in the Parameters window:


Planning Level:
Subinventory
Subinventory:
##-FGI
Demand Cuttoff Date: 1 month from today
Supply Cuttoff Date
1 month from today

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9.

10. (B) OK.


11. (B) Submit.
12. (B) No.

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13. (N) Requests


14. Select My Completed Requests

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15. Select Find.


16. Select your request.

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17. (B) View Output.


18. (M) File > Close.
19. (M) File >Close Form.

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Practice - Performing a Replenishment Count Using Forms


Overview

Defining item-subinventory relationship and sourcing information

Entering the replenishment count header information

Entering the replenishment count using forms

Processing the count information using forms

Assumptions

You are skilled in Oracle Navigation.

You completed the practice on creating subinventories.

You completed the practice on defining items.

The quantity of ##-Item02 in your ##FGI subinventory is at least 100.

You must have access to an Oracle Application Vision database or comparable training
or test instance at your site on which to complete this practice.

Responsibility: Inventory, Vision Operations USA

Tasks
Define Item-Subinventory Relationship and Sourcing Information
Define item-subinventory relationship and sourcing information for the following:
Subinventory:
##LV
Item:
##-Item02
Min-Max Planning:
Yes
Minimum Quantity:
10
Maximum Quantity:
50
Also define sourcing information in such a way that ##-Item02 for ##LV is replenished from the
subinventory ##FGI.

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In this practice you will perform a replenishment count using forms. The following are the steps
in this practice:

Enter Replenishment Count Header Information


Create a replenishment count header for forms using the following information:
Name:
##RC1
Subinventory:
##LV
Enter Replenishment Count Using Forms

Process the Count Information Using Forms


Process the count entered for ##RC1 using the forms.
Answer the following question after you complete the lab.
What is the reorder quantity for ##RC1?

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Enter the replenishment count for ##RC1 using the following information:
Item:
##-Item02
Count Type:
On-hand Quantity
Count:
5

Solution - Performing a Replenishment Count Using Forms


Define Item-Subinventory Relationship and Sourcing Information
Responsibility: Inventory, Vision Operations USA
1.

Verify the on-hand quantity of ##-Item02 in your ##FGI subinventory.


(N) On-hand, Availability > On-hand Quantity
Subinventory:
##FGI
Item / Revision:
##-Item02

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2.

(B) Find
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3.

Navigate to the Subinventories window.

4.

(M) File > Close Form

(N) Setup > Organizations > Subinventories

Select the ##LV subinventory from the list.

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(B) Item/Subinventory

6.

Define the item-subinventory relationship using the following information:

(T) Planning
Item:
##-Item02
Min-Max Planning: Yes
Min Qty:
10
Max Qty:
50

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5.

(T) Sourcing
Type:
Subinventory:

Subinventory
##FGI

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(M) File > Save

Enter Replenishment Count Header Information


8.

Navigate to the Replenishment Count Headers window.

9.

(N) Counting > Replenishment Counts > Counts

(B) New

10. Create a new replenishment count header using the following information:
Name:
##RC1
Subinventory:
##LV
Count Using Mobile: No

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11. (B) Default Items


12. Enter the following information:
Count Type:
Onhand Quantity
Quantity:
5

13. (M) File > Save


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Enter Replenishment Count Using Forms

Process the Count Information Using Forms


14. Return to the Replenishment Count Headers window.
15. (B) Process and Report
16. (B) Ok

Note: Because ##-Item02 is sourced from another subinventory, Oracle Inventory


automatically creates a move order after you process the count. To complete this transaction
you must transact this move order using the Transact Move Orders window.
18. What is the reorder quantity for ##RC1? The reorder quantity is 45 (maximum quantity
on-hand quantity).

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17. View the details of the Replenishment Count Report by querying for the request number in
the Requests window

Practice - Performing a Replenishment Count Using the Mobile


Application
Overview

Entering the replenishment count header information using forms

Entering the replenishment count using the mobile application

Processing the count information using the mobile application

Assumptions

You are skilled in Oracle Navigation.

You completed the practice on performing a replenishment count using forms.

You must have access to an Oracle Application Vision database or comparable training
or test instance at your site on which to complete this practice.

If you are in an education center, verify you are logged in to the launch pad.

Responsibility: Materials & Mfg

Tasks
Enter Replenishment Count Header Information
Create a replenishment count header using the following information:
Name:
##RC2
Subinventory:
##-LV
Count Using Mobile:
Yes
Enter Replenishment Count Lines
Enter the replenishment count line information for ##RC2 using the forms:
Item:
##-Item02
Count Type:
Order Quantity

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In this practice you will perform a replenishment count using the mobile application. The
following are the steps in this practice:

Enter Replenishment Count Using the Mobile Application


Enter the replenishment count for ##RC2 in the mobile application using the following
information:
Organization:
M1
Subinventory:
##-LV
Replenishment Count:
##RC2
Item:
##-Item02
Order Quantity:
30

Process the count entered for ##RC2 using the mobile application.
Answer the following question after you complete the lab.
Can you enter the count in the Replenishment Count Lines window for ##RC2? Why?

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Process the Count Information Using the Mobile Application

Solution - Performing a Replenishment Count Using the Mobile


Application
Enter Replenishment Count Header Information
Responsibility: Inventory, Vision Operations USA
Navigate to the Replenishment Count Headers window.

(N) Counting > Replenishment Counts > Counts

2.

(B) New

3.

Create a new replenishment count header using the following information:


Name:
##RC2
Subinventory:
##-LV
Count Using Mobile: Yes

Enter Replenishment Count Lines


4.

(B) Default Items.

5.

Enter the following information:


Count Type:
Order Quantity

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(M) File > Save

7.

(M) File > Close Form

Enter Replenishment Count Using the Mobile Application


Responsibility: Materials & Mfg
8.

Start the Telnet session.


Windows Start menu > Run
Enter telnet egxxxx.oracle.com 7070 in the Run dialog box, where xxxx is the
instance number.

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Select <Default> from the Device List.

10. Enter your user name and password. Note that Materials & Mfg responsibility must be
assigned to your user name.

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12. Select <Inventory> from the Materials & Mfg Menu.

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11. Select <Materials & Mfg>

14. Select <Repl Count> from the Counting menu.

15. Enter the following information when prompted.


Note: The mobile application screen is case sensitive.
Organization Code:
M1
Subinventory:
##-LV
Replenishment Count Name: ##RC2
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13. Select <Counting> from the Inventory menu.

17. Enter ##-Item02 in the Item field.


18. Enter 30 in the Order Qty field.

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16. Select <Count> to enter the order quantity.

20. Press Ctrl+B to view the Message Page.

Process the Count Information Using the Mobile Application


21. Select <Process and Report>
22. Press Ctrl+B to view the Message Page. The request number is displayed. You can view the
details of the Replenishment Count Report by querying for the request number in the
Requests window.
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19. Select <Save/Next>

24. Can you enter the count in the Replenishment Count Lines window for ##RC2? Why? No,
you cannot enter the count in the Replenishment Count Lines for ##RC2. This is because
you would have selected the Count Using Mobile check box in the Replenishment Count
Headers window, you can enter the count only using the mobile application.

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23. Select Logout to exit the mobile application.

Guided Demonstration - Performing Kanban Replenishment


Responsibility: Inventory, Vision Operations USA

1.

(N) Kanban > Pull Sequences.

2.

(B) New.

3.

Enter the following information to create the pull sequence.


Item:
AS54888
Subinventory: FGI
Source Type:
Supplier
Supplier:
Advanced Network Devices
Supplier Site: Santa Clara

4.

(T) Kanban
Calculate:
Size:
Number of Cards:
Minimum Order Qty:

5.

(M) File > Save

6.

(B) Generate Cards

7.

(B) Yes

8.

(B) Cards

9.

Select the first card.

Number of Cards
10
10
20

10. (B) Replenish


11. Select the second card.
12. (B) Replenish
13. (N) File > Save
14. (N) File > Close Form.

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Create Kanban Pull Sequence

Practice - Performing Kanban Replenishment


Overview
In this lab you will learn how to generate Kanban Cards.

You have completed the defining Subinventories Lab

You have completed the Defining Items Lab.

You are skilled in Oracle navigation.

You must have access to an Oracle Application Vision database or comparable training
or test instance at your site on which to complete this practice.

Tasks
Setting up a Kanban Pull Sequence
Set up a Kanban pull sequence using the following information:
Item
##-Item01
Subinventory:
##FGI
Source Type:
Supplier
Supplier:
Advanced Network Devices
Supplier Site:
Santa Clara
Calculate:
Number of Cards
Size:
10
Cards:
10
Minimum Order Quantity:
20
Generate Kanban Cards
Generate Kanban cards for the pull sequence you created.
Replenish Kanban Cards
Replenish your Kanban cards.

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Assumptions

Solution - Performing Kanban Replenishment


Setting up a Kanban Pull Sequence
Responsibility: Inventory, Vision Operations USA
Navigate to the Pull Sequences window.

2.

(N) Kanban > Pull Sequences > (B) New.

Use the following information to define a new pull sequence:


Item:
##-Item01
Subinventory:
##FGI
Source Type:
Supplier
Supplier:
Advanced Network Devices
Supplier Site:
Santa Clara

(T) Kanban
Calculate:
Size:
Number of Cards:
Minimum Order Quantity:

Number of Cards
10
10
20

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1.

3.

(M) File > Save

Generate Kanban Cards


(B) Generate Cards

5.

Yes to print Kanban cards.

6.

Verify your Kanban cards printed.

(M) View > Requests

Select All My Requests

(B) Find

(M) File > Close Form

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4.

Replenish Kanban Cards


7.

Navigate to the Kanban Cards Summary window.

8.

(B) Cards or (N) Kanban > Kanban Cards.

Replenish Kanban cards.

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Select the first Kanban card in the list.

(B) Replenish.

Verify the supply status changed to Wait.

Select the second Kanban card in the list.

(B) Replenish.

Verify the supply status is Empty.

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(N) File > Save.

10. (N) File > Close Form.

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Guided Demonstration - Compiling an ABC Analysis


Responsibility: Inventory, Vision Operations USA

1.

(N) ABC Codes > ABC Compiles

2.

(B) New

3.

Enter Finished Goods in the Compile Name field.

4.

Enter Finished Goods Analysis in the Description field.

5.

Select Subinventory as the Content Scope.

6.

Select Subinventory as the Valuation Scope.

7.

Select the FGI subinventory.

8.

Select Current on hand quantity as the compile criterion.

9.

Verify Frozen is the Cost Type.

10. (B) Compile


11. (B) OK
Note: Note the concurrent request number.
12. (B) Yes
13. (B) OK
Note: Note the concurrent request number.
14. (M) File > Close Form
Creating ABC Classes
15. (N) ABC Codes > ABC Classes
16. (M) File > New
17. Create three ABC Classes using the following information.
Class Name:
Finished Goods A
Description:
Finished Goods Class A

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Creating an ABC Compile

Class Name:
Description:

Finished Goods B
Finished Goods Class B

Class Name:
Description:

Finished Goods C
Finished Goods Class C

18. (M) File > Save


19. (M) File > Close Form

20. (N) ABC Codes > ABC Assignment Groups


21. (M) File > New
22. Enter Finished Goods ABC as the Group Name.
23. Enter Finished Goods as the compile name.
24. (B) Group Classes
25. Choose the following ABC Classes.
Finished Goods A
Finished Goods B
Finished Goods C
26. (M) File > Save
27. (B) Assign Items
28. Enter the following values in the % Items fields:
A items:
50%
B items
80%
C items
populates automatically
29. (M) File > Save and Proceed
Note: Note the Concurrent request number.
30. (M) File > Close Form

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ABC Assignment Groups

Practice - Compiling an ABC Analysis


Overview
In this practice you will compile an ABC analysis.

You are skilled in Oracle Navigation.

You must have access to an Oracle Application Vision database or comparable training
or test instance at your site on which to complete this practice.

Tasks
Receive Items
Receive 20 items of your choice in to your ##FGI subinventory. You can use part numbers from
other teams as well as system items that begin with AS, CM, or SB. Be sure to receive different
quantities of each item ranging from 5-100.
This is so that you can use this ABC Analysis later in a Cycle Count. Alternatively: you can run
this Compile on FGI, instead of your own Subinventory.
Note: Receive at least one system item. These items are associated with standard costs.
Compile an ABC analysis
1.

Compile an ABC Analysis using the following information:


Name:
##FGI ABC
Description:
ABC Compile for Team ##FGI
Content and Valuation Scope: Subinventory
Subinventory:
##FGI
Criterion:
Current on hand quantity
Cost Type:
Frozen

Define ABC Classes


2.

Define three ABC Classes using the following naming convention:


Name:
##Class A
Description:
A items
Name:
Description:

##Class B
B items

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Assumptions

Name:
Description:

##Class C
C items

Define an ABC Group


3.

Define an ABC group using the following information


Group Name:
##ABC Group
Compile Name:
##FGI-ABC

Define an ABC Sequence


Define an ABC Sequence using the following information:

Class Name
##Class A
##Class B
##Class C

Assign Item Valuation


5.

Assign item valuation as follows:


##Class A:
50
##Class B:
80
##Class C:
(system calculates)

Update ABC Codes


6.

Change one item from a C item to an A item, and change one item from a C item to a B
item.

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4.

Solution - Compiling an ABC Analysis


Compile an ABC Analysis
Responsibility: Inventory, Vision Operations USA

2.

Navigate to the ABC Compile window.

(N) ABC Codes > ABC Compiles

(M) File > New

Compile an ABC Analysis using the following information:


Name:
##FGI-ABC
Description:
ABC Compile for Team ##FGI
Content and Valuation Scope: Subinventory
Subinventory:
##FGI
Criterion:
Current on hand quantity
Cost Type:
Frozen
TIP: If you have fewer than 20 different items in your ##FGI Subinventory, then run your
compile on FGI. This is so you can use this compile later during Cycle Counting.

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1.

(B) Compile

(B) OK

Note your report request number. ___________________

(B) Yes

(B) OK

Note your request number. _________________

(M) File > Close Form

Define ABC Classes


4.

5.

Navigate to the ABC Classes window.

(N) ABC Codes > ABC Classes

(M) File > New

Define three ABC Classes using the following naming conventions:


Name:
##Class A
Description:
A items
Name:
Description:

##Class B
B items

Name:
Description:

##Class C
C items

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3.

Save and Close window.

(M) File > Save.

(M) File > Close Form.

Define an ABC Group


7.

8.

Navigate to the ABC Assignment Groups window.

(N) ABC Codes > ABC Assignment Groups.

(M) File > New

Define an ABC group using the following information:


Group Name:
##ABC Group
Compile Name:
##FGI-ABC
Note: Make sure that ##ABC Group (the group that you created) is selected.

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6.

(B) Group Classes

Define an ABC Sequence


9.

Define an ABC Sequence using the classes you created earlier.

Class Name
##Class A
##Class B
##Class C

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10. Save your work.

(M) File > Save

Assign Item Valuation


11. (B) Assign Items.

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12. Enter the following percentages in the % Items field:


##Class A:
50
##Class B:
80
##Class C:
(system calculates)

13. (B) Assign


14. (B) OK
Update ABC Codes
15. Review and update the ABC codes assigned to items in the ##FGI subinventory.

Select ##ABC Group in the ABC Assignment Groups window.

(B) Update Items

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Change one item from ##Class C to ##Class A.

Change one item from ##Class B to ##Class C.

(M) File > Save

(M) File > Close Form

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Guided Demonstration - Performing a Cycle Count


1.

(N) Counting > Cycle Counting > Cycle Counts

2.

(B) New

3.

Enter the following cycle count information.


Name:
FGI Cycle Count
Description:
Finished Goods Cycle Count
Calendar:
Vision01
Adjustment Account: Miscellaneous
Late Days:
1
Starting Sequence:
0
Unscheduled Entries: Selected
Display System Qty:
Selected

4.

Select Specific in the Count Subinventories alternative region.

5.

Select the FGI subinventory from list of values.

6.

(T) Serial and Schedule

7.

Enter the following Serial and Schedule information:


Auto Schedule:
Yes
Frequency:
By period

8.

(T) Adjustments and ABC

9.

Enter the following approval tolerances:


Qty Variance:
3
Adjustment Value:
50
Hit / Miss Analysis:
10

10. Enter the following ABC Information:


Group:
Finished Goods ABC
Option:
(Re)initialize
11. (B) Classes.
12. Enter the following ABC Class information:
Class:
Finished Goods A
Count:
150
Class:
Finished Goods B
Count:
100
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Responsibility: Inventory, Vision Operations USA

Class:
Count:

Finished Goods C
50

13. (M) File Save.


14. (M) Tools > Perform Full Cycle Count

16. (B) Submit.


17. (M) File > Close Form.
Entering Cycle Count Entries Using a Mobile Device
18. Start the Telnet session.
Windows Start menu > Run
Enter telnet esxxxx.oracle.com 7070 in the Run dialog box, where xxxx is the
instance number.
19. Select <Default> from the Device List.
20. Enter your user name and password. Note that Materials & Mfg responsibility must be
assigned to your user name.
21. Select <Materials & Mfg>
22. Select <Inventory>
23. Select <Counting>
24. Select <Cycle Count>
25. Select <Normal>
26. Enter the following cycle count information:
Org Code:
M1
Cycle count name:
FGI Cycle Count
Subinventory:
FGI
Item:
AS18947
Quantity:
Enter a number plus or minus the system quantity.
27. Select <Done>

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15. Enter the cycle count name for the following parameters
Generate automatic schedule recount
Generate cycle count request
Cycle count listing.

Cycle Count Entries and Approvals


28. (N) Counting > Cycle Counting > Cycle Count Entries
29. Enter FGI Cycle Count in the Cycle Count field.
30. Choose find.

Note: Notice the item amount entered during the mobile counting demonstration does not
appear.
32. (T) Adjustments.
33. Enter the count quantities.
34. (M) File > Save.
35. (M) File > Close Form.
36. (N) Counting > Cycle Counting > Approve Counts
37. Enter FGI Cycle Count in the Cycle Count field.
38. (B) Find.
39. At the question: Query count pending approval only? choose Yes to view all that require
approval.
Note: Notice the item quantity entered in the mobile counting demonstration appears in the
Count tabbed region.
40. Choose Approved to approve an item adjustment.
41. Select the Approver from the drop down list in the Approval tabbed region.
42. (M) File Save.
43. (B) OK.
44. Close the Approvals window.
45. Approve or reject the remaining items.
46. (M) File > Save.
47. (M) File > Close Form.

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31. At the question: Find all open count requests? choose Yes to view all open cycle count
items.

Practice - Performing a Cycle Count


Overview
In this practice you will perform a cycle count using the ABC compile group you created in a
previous lab.

You are skilled in Oracle Navigation.

You completed the Compile an ABC Analysis practice.

You completed the Define Items practice.

You have at least 20 items in your ##FGI subinventory.

You must have access to an Oracle Application Vision database or comparable training
or test instance at your site on which to complete this practice.

Responsibility: Inventory, Vision Operations USA

Tasks
Define a Cycle Count Header
Define a cycle count header using the following information:
Name:
##Cycle Count
Description
Team ##Cycle Count
Adjustment Account:
Miscellaneous
Late Days:
1
Starting Sequence:
##
Unscheduled entries
Yes
Display System qty:
Yes
Count Subinventories:
Specific
Subinventory:
##FGI
Auto Schedule:
Yes
Frequency:
By Period
Approval Required:
If out of Tolerance
QTY
3%
Adjust Value:
50
Hit/Miss:
10%
Group:
##ABC Group
Option:
(Re)initialize
Class A:
150 counts per year
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Assumptions

Class B:
Class C:

100 counts per year


50 counts per year

Perform a Cycle Count

Name:
Cycle Name:

Generate Cycle Count Requests


##Cycle Count

Name:
Cycle Name:

Cycle Count Listing


##Cycle Count

Enter Cycle Count Entries


View the system quantities and enter quantities for the cycle count. Have some of the items out
of tolerance, and have at least one item match the system quantity.
Approve, Reject or Recount Cycle Count
Why are some of the items already approved? ________________________________________
Approve, Reject or recount all entries for your cycle count.

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Use the following parameters to perform a cycle count:


Name:
Generate Automatic Schedule
Cycle Name:
##Cycle Count

Solution - Performing a Cycle Count


Define a Cycle Count Header
Responsibility: Inventory, Vision Operations USA
Navigate to the Cycle Counts Window.

(N) Counting > Cycle Counting > Cycle Counts

2.

(B) New

3.

Enter a new cycle count header using the following information:

(T) Scope and Control


Name:
Description
Calendar:
Adjustment Account:
Late Days:
Starting Sequence:
Unscheduled entries
Display System qty:
Count Subinventories:
Subinventory:

##Cycle Count
Team ##Cycle Count
Vision01
Miscellaneous
1
##
Yes
Yes
Specific
##FGI

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1.

(T) Serial and Schedule


Count:
Auto Schedule:
Frequency:

Not Allowed
Yes
By Period

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(T) Adjustments and ABC


Approval Required:
QTY
Adjust Value:
Hit/Miss:
Group:
Option:

If out of Tolerance
3%
50
10%
##ABC Group
(Re)initialize

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(B) Classes
##Class A:
##Class B:
##Class C:

150 counts per year


100 counts per year
50 counts per year

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(M) File > Save

5.

(B) OK

Perform a Cycle Count


6.

(M) Tools > Perform Full Cycle Count

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4.

Enter the following parameters. After entering each parameter, click OK.
Generate automatic schedule (Parameters field):
##Cycle Count

Generate cycle count requests (Parameters field):

##Cycle Count

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##Cycle Count

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Cycle Count Listing (Parameters field):

8.

(B) Submit

9.

(B) OK

10. (M) File >Close >Form


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11. (M) File >Close Form


Note: Do not proceed until after your concurrent request completes.
Enter Cycle Count Entries
12. Navigate to the Cycle Count Entries window.

(N) Counting > Cycle Counting > Cycle Count Entries

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13. Enter ##Cycle Count in the Cycle Count name field, or select your cycle count from the list
of values.
14. (B) Find
15. (B) Yes

16. (T) Adjustments


17. Enter Count quantities for your items. Enter a few quantities that are out of tolerance, a few
quantities within tolerance, and at least one that matches the system quantity.

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(M) File > Save

(M) File > Close Form

Approve, Reject or Recount Cycle Count


19. Navigate to the cycle count approvals window.

(N) Counting > Cycle Counting > Approve Counts

20. Select your cycle count from the LOVs in the Cycle Count field.
21. (B) Find
22. (B) No

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18. Save and Close window.

24. Approve, reject or recount your items.


25. Save and Close window.

(M) File > Save

(B) OK

(M) File > Close Form

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23. Why are some of the items already approved? They fall within set approval limits.

Practice - Mobile Counting


Overview
Use the mobile device to perform a cycle count for your ##FGI subinventory.

You have completed the ABC Analysis Lab.

You have completed part one of the Cycle Counting lab.

You must have access to an Oracle Application Vision database or comparable training
or test instance at your site on which to complete this practice.

Tasks
Entering Item Quantities Using the Mobile.
Enter cycle count quantities for an item.

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Assumptions

Solution Mobile Counting


Entering Item Quantities Using the Mobile

1.

Start the Telnet session.


Windows Start menu > Run
Enter telnet esxxxx.oracle.com 7070 in the Run dialog box, where xxxx is the
instance number.

2.

Select Default from the Device List.

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Responsibility: Materials & Mfg

Enter your user name and password. Note that Materials & Mfg responsibility must be
assigned to your user name.

4.

If more than one responsibility had been assigned to your user name, select Materials & Mfg
from the list.

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3.

Select Inventory from the Materials & Mfg Menu.

6.

Select Counting from the Inventory Menu.

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5.

Select Cycle Count from the Counting Menu.

8.

Select Normal from the Cycle Count menu.

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7.

9.

Enter the following information when prompted.

10. Select Done to apply your cycle count.


11. Select Logout to exit the Mobile.

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Note: The mobile application screen is case sensitive.


Org Code:
M1
Cycle Count Name:
##Cycle Count
Sub:
##FGI
Item:
Enter an item in your ##FGI subinventory
Qty:
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Guided Demonstration - Accessing eTRM


Note: You must have an Oracle Metalink account to access eTRM.
Navigate to the Oracle Metalink home page.

https://metalink.oracle.com/

2.

Click Log in to Metalink

3.

Enter your username and password.

4.

(T) Knowledge

5.

Click Applications Electronic Technical Reference Manuals (eTRM).

6.

(B) I accept

7.

Click FND Data Dictionary.

8.

Click INV- Inventory.

9.

Click 267-Tables.

10. Select any table to show the students.


11. Close the web page.
12. Click Sign Out to exit Metalink.
13. Close the web page.

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1.