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TECHNICAL DATA FLOW IN ORDER TO CASH STEP 1: Enter order received from customer in Order Management (Sales Order) Also enter the line level information of items ordered for. On saving the information, the data will be inserted in OE_ORDER_HEADERS_ALL and OE_ORDER_LINES_ALL Order_number will be automatically generated, Header and line Flow_status_code = ‘ENTERED’ OE_ORDER_HEADERS_ALL
select header_id, order_number, request_date, transactional_curr_code, shipping_method_code, ship_from_org_id, ship_to_org_id, org_id, flow_status_code, salesrep_id, booked_date from OE_ORDER_HEADERS_ALL where flow_status_code = 'CLOSED' and order_number = '56706'
select header_id, line_id, line_number, ordered_item, inventory_item_id , request_date,
payment_term_id. schedule_ship_date. Header Flow_status_code = ‘BOOKED’ Line Flow_status_code = ‘AWAITING SHIPPING’ The data is captured in WSH_DELIVERY_DETAILS. . inventory_item_id. invoiced_quantity. unit_selling_price.promise_date. tax_value. cancelled_quantity. cancelled_flag. WSH_DLIVERY_ASSIGNMENTS is the intermediate table between WSH_DELIVERY_DETAIL and WSH_NEW_DELIVERIES. pricing_quantity. source_line_id. source_code. shipped_quantity. source_header_id. flow_status_code from OE_ORDER_LINES_ALL where header_id = 94256 STEP 2: Book the order. actual_shipment_date. WSH_DELIVERY_DETAILS select delivery_detail_id. ordered_quantity. visible_demand_flag. customer_id.
shipped_quantity. unit_weight. requested_quantity. ship_from_location_id. source_header_number. net_weight. unit_price. unit_volume.item_description. delivery_id. move_order_line_id. inspection_flag. parent_delivery_detail_id. creation_date from WSH_DELIVERY_ASSIGNMENTS where delivery_detail_id in (216151. batch_id from WSH_DELIVERY_DETAILS where source_header_id = 94256 WSH_DELIVERY_ASSIGNMENTS select delivery_detail_id .from above query WSH_NEW_DELIVERIES . carrier_id. subinventory. 216152. released_status. ship_to_location_id. ship_method_code. 216153) -.
gross_weight. net_weight.select delivery_id. customer_id . hash_string from WSH_NEW_DELIVERIES where delivery_id in (65881. MTL_TXN_REQUEST_LINES . Release the sales Order Once the order is released. Released_status = ‘C’ and Shipped_quantity gets updated. The concurrent program Workflow Background Engine needs to be executed to proceed further. weight_uom_code.from above query STEP 3: You can enter. name. delivery_type. The move_order_line_id is also populated in WSH_DELIVERY_DETAILS STEP 4: Ship Confirm will update the data in WSH_DELIVERY_DETAILS. confirm_date. view and update the Sales order information using Sales Order window. status_code.The released_status becomes ‘Y’ and MOVE ORDER is generated in MTL_TXN_REQUEST_HEADERS and LINES. 65882) -. the data is updated in WSH_DELIVERY_DETAILS. If you choose Tools >> Workflow Status then you will see that the workflow activity is in Deferred stage. source_header_id.
transaction_type_id. pick_slip_date from MTL_TXN_REQUEST_LINES where line_id in (174779. line_number. quantity_delivered. organization_id. . organization_id. header_id move_order_header_id. transaction_type_id. inventory_item_id. subinventory_code. txn_source_id. request_number move_order_number. organization_id. 174780. line_status. header_status move_order_status from MTL_TXN_REQUEST_HEADERS where header_id in (55272.select line_id move_order_line_id. 55273) MTL_MATERIAL_TRANSACTIONS select transaction_id. 174781) MTL_TXN_REQUEST_HEADERS select header_id move_order_header_id. move_order_type. inventory_item_id.
transaction_quantity. customer_trx_id. cust_trx_type_id. The date is first transferred from Shipping to RA_INTERFACE_LINES_ALL. trx_number. Then the Autoinvoice Import program validates the records and populates the base table in Account Receivable. March 9. 2007 OM in Detail Overview of Order Management in Order To Cash Process: The following flowchart is self explanatory: . invoiced_flag.transaction_action_id. RA_CUSTOMER_TXN_LINES_ALL RA_CUSTOMER_TRX_ALL select interface_header_attribute1. shipment_number delvery_name from MTL_MATERIAL_TRANSACTIONS where shipment_number in ('65881'. Autoinvoice Import Program. '65882') Workflow Background Process executes Autoinvoice master. complete_flag. distribution_account_id. ship_date_actual from RA_CUSTOMER_TRX_ALL where interface_header_attribute1 = '56706' Labels: O2C posted by Anil at 2:07 PM | 7 Comments Links to this post Friday. transaction_date. transaction_uom. RA_CUSTOMER_TXN_ALL .
ATO. PTO would be as follows The flow for Back To Back Orders would be as follows . ATO. PTO # Back To Back Orders # Drop Ship to Customer The flow for CTO.Oracle Order management supports multiple fulfillment models which are : # For CTO.
The flow for Drop Ship to Customer would be as follows The integration of the diffrent modules is as follows: Here you will come to know that which information is fetched from which module. .
Lets have a look at this cycle flow then we will go in the processes in detail. # Order fulfilled [manufactured/produced]. . March 8. credit memos from other system to Oracle Applications. # Entered in Order Entry. In receivable you can print the invoice and send it to customer.. # Ordered product received by customer along with invoice.oracle. You need to have metalink access for this. 2007 ORDER TO CASH Basic cycle in SCM will be O2C.com/pls/trm11510/etrm_fndnav.Please refer to following link from metalink which will give you the ERD [Entity Relationship Diagram] for the diffrent tables of modules. https://etrm.show_object? n_appid=660&n_tabid=576&c_type=FILE Labels: OM 1 posted by Anil at 3:11 PM | 0 Comments Links to this post Thursday.. # Auto invoice is the concurrent program which imports invoices. ORDER TO CASH CYCLE STEPS ------------------------------# Order placed by customer. # This move order is for shifting the material ordered from subinv to staging area. # Shipping execution. # Order picked for release which generates the move order.
-----------------------ORDER LIFE CYCLE -----------------------1.# Payment done by customer. INVOICING 6. OE_ORDER_HEADERS_ALL OE_ORDER_LINES_ALL OE_ORDER_SOURCES OE_TRANSACTION_TYPES_TL # SCHEDULING checking ATP. # Receipt given. SHIPPING 4. placing demand. TRANSFER TO GL ----------------------# ORDERING order placed by customer online/inventory replenishment/order entry manually by sales representative. and shipping the order. MTL_ONHAND_QUANTITIES_DETAIL MTL_TXN_REQUEST_HEADERS MTL_TXN_REQUEST_LINES # SHIPPING PROCESS PICK RELEASE creates MOVE ORDER (request for movement of inventory from one location to . SCHEDULE 3. AUTOINVOICE TO RECEIVABLE 5. ORDERING 2. RECEIPTS 7. and reserving on-hand Inventory. running pick release. CASH MANAGEMENT 8. # Entry to GL.
All the data is first laded in the interface table RA_INTERFACE_LINES_ALL RA_INTERFACE_SALESCREDITS_ALL : RA_INTERFACE_DISTRIBUTIONS_ALL Autoinvoice program when executed fetches the record from interface tables. Printed Invoice are sent to Customer. # RECEIVABLE Imported and manually entered Invoices are corrected and are printed.. manufacturing. transformation of these materials . assembly.. distribution.staging area) Detailing of MOVE ORDER (providing detail information about the inventory to be moved) Transact the MOVE ORDER does the PICK CONFIRM. Collect the payments from customer. SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT : ----------------------------What is Supply Chain Management? A SUPPLY CHAIN is a network of supplier. validates the data and correct records are pushed to base tables of AR... We will go through the one of the most important cycles in Oracle Applications. SHIP CONFIRM decrement inventory and update sales order. you can run SHIP CONFIRM process. Labels: O2C posted by Anil at 2:17 PM | 1 Comments Links to this post SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT Time for some serious Business folks. (items moved to staging area) From staging the material is loaded to truck and shipped. Once loaded. # AUTO INVOICE The Transaction data can be sourced from different legacy systems. Post the receipts.. and logistics facilities that perform the functions of procurement of materials.
transporter. order processing.into intermediate and finished products. Phase 1: Physical distribution management: This phase is better characterised as ‘inventorypush phase when manufacturing was handled in isolation and output was pushed down to the finished goods warehouses. Phase III : The graduation of logistics management to its modern day avatar is better known as ‘SCM’. LOGISTICS is a logical extension of transportation and its related areas to achieve an efficient and effective goods distribution system. distribution and transportation to achieve an efficient and effective goods distribution system. vendors. manufacturing. Phase II : Integrated logistics management : This phase recognised the importance of integrating operations within the organisation like sales. SCM is a process involving entire business activity. warehouse and materials handling and physical distribution. In this way. SCM SCM can easily be differentiated from logistics. namely. Let us first understand what these two terms. Thus. SCM is the design and operation of the physical and managerial systems needed to transfer goods and services from vendor to customer in an effective and efficient manner. viz. retailer and consumer and transforms the business processes that bring products and services to the market place.. wholesaler. supplier. SCM extends the scope to link external partners like suppliers. and the distribution of these products to customers. SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT (SCM) is a systems approach to managing the entire flow of information. and services from raw materials suppliers through factories and warehouses to the end customer. SCM includes all those business process involved in the value chain of an organisation that transform a concept into product and take it to the market.Thus. SCM integrates various links involved in the customer order fulfilment. manufacturer. logistics encompasses the activities of inventory management. Supply chains arise in both manufacturing and service organizations. While logistics is a function. distributors and customers with a view to deliver enhanced customer and economic value through synchronized management of the flow of physical goods and associated information from source to . materials. warehousing. Simply stating. LOGISTICS and SCM mean. procurement.
• Service. • Projects. response time sensitivity. MOTO --------------------• Reduced operational costs. • Reduction of delays in distribution and increased customer satisfaction. • Supplier relationship and sourcing. Second. the expectations of customer for increased value addition. the nature of competition favouring firms that have been in a position to decrease lead times as well as operational costs. The corporate profitability can be linked to the deliverables of a supply chain with the help of following equation : ############################################## Profit = Revenue + Customer service / Cost + Capital employed # ############################################## DRIVERS -------------------First. • Fulfilment and logistics. • Brings compelling bottomline benefits to enterprise. • Improved flow of supplies. • Asset management and maintenance. need for reliability. cost consciousness and information sensitivity.consumption. • Manufacturing. • Product lifecycle management. • Planning and scheduling. INVOLVES -------------------• Order management. .
higher inventories lead to higher lead times for procurement. perception of firms to have inventories has changed to JIT philosophy. components. managers have realized and recognised the need for continuous improvement of process involved in marketing activity. local. in-process inventory. manufacture and distribution. finished goods and related information from point of origin to point of consumption for the purpose of conforming to customer requirements” . the recent revolution taken place in the field of information technology has enabled and encouraged the firms to initiate newer means in the field of distribution management. only those companies are going to be successful that are able to provide goods and services to customer in time and in a cost effective manner to provide customer delight. The suppliers (of raw materials.Third. Fifth. Fourth. CONCLUSION ------------------Though customer has been dictated in the market for long. Logistics elements are required for agile delivery of raw material/components/sub-assemblies to the plants (supply logistics). and customers make up the important players in a supply chain. The attitude of managers has changed in favour of integrating all activities in the chain from sourcing to consumption. retailers. The logistics function is also a key element for effective functioning of a supply chain. Obviously. While money locked up in inventories leads to poor use of working capital.). etc. and capacities. distributors. manufacturing/assembly plants. The Council of Logistics Management defines SCM as “the process of planning. warehouses (central. of late. and for rapid delivery of finished products to the customers (distribution logistics). facilities. Evidences indicate that every link in supply chain adds to competitive advantage. customer has become supreme in the context of global competitiveness intensifying on an unabated manner. and sub-assemblies). implementing and controlling efficient flow of raw materials. This requires to have competitive advantage. A realistic supply chain may have multiple end products with shared components.
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