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BR.100 SET UP 4i Apps Solutions Oracle E-Business Suite-Inventory


Author: Creation Date: Last Updated: Document Ref: Version: Dinesh KV 10-May-2011 10-May-2011 4i_BR_100_INV_1.0 1.0

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Setup has been done on this instance http://test05.4iapps.com:8007

Step 1 Defining Profile Options (Required) Responsibility: System Administrator Profile System GL Ledger Name

MO: Security Profile

HR:Business Group

HR:Security Profile

MO: Operating Unit

Sequential Numbering

Step 2: Define Your System Items Flexfield (Required) Responsibility: Application Developer Flexfield Key Register

Responsibility: Application Developer Flexfield Key Segments

Select -> Segments

Select -> Value Set

Add Value Set

Compile the Flexfield

Step 3: Define Your Item Categories Flexfield (Required) Responsibility: Application Developer Flexfield Key Segments

Select -> Segments

Step 4: Define Your Item Catalog Group Flexfield (Required) If you make entries for your items in a standard industry catalog or want to group your items according to certain descriptive elements, you need to configure your Item Catalog Group Flexfield. You must indicate how many separate segments your flexfield has, how many characters each segment has, and whether you want to validate the values that you assign to the segments. Once you define the structure of your flexfield and any applicable value sets, you must freeze and compile your flexfield definition. Compiling the flexfield definition enables the Item Catalog Group Flexfield pop-up window. Responsibility: Application Developer Flexfield Key Segments

Select -> Segments

Compile the Flexfield

Step 4: Define Your Stock Locators Flexfield (Required) Responsibility : Application Developer Flexfield Key Segment

Select -> Segments

Value Sets for Row, Rack & Bin Respectively ROW

RACK BIN

Step 6: Define Your Account Aliases Flexfield (Required) Responsibility: Application Developer Flexfield Key Segments

Select -> Segments

Step 7: Define Your Sales Orders Flexfield (Required) Responsibility: Application Developer Flexfield Key Segment

Select -> Segments

Step 8: Define Your Locations (Optional) Oracle Inventory Setup Organizations Locations

Step 9: Define Your Organization Calendar (Required) Oracle Inventory Setup Organization Calendar

Tools -> Build Calendar

Step 10: Define Your Organizations (Required) Oracle Inventory Setup Organizations Organizations

Step 11: Define Your Organization Parameters (Required) Oracle Inventory Setup Organizations Parameters

Costing Parameters

Revision, Lot, Serial & LPN Parameters

ATP, Pick, Item Sourcing

Inter-Org Information

Other Accounts

Step 12: Define Your Receiving Options (Optional)

Step 13: Define Your Unit of Measure Classes (Required) Inventory Setup Units of Measure Classes

Step 14: Define Your Units of Measure (Required) You need to define units of measure for tracking, moving, storing, and counting items. Each item that you define in Oracle Inventory must have a primary unit of measure and each transaction you perform in Oracle Inventory must have a unit of measure associated with the transaction quantity. Inventory Setup Units of Measure Unit of Measure

Step 15: Define Your Sub inventories (Required) Oracle Inventory Setup Organizations Sub inventories

Step 16: Define Your Item Attribute Controls (Required) Inventory Setup Items Attributes Controls

Step 17: Define Your Categories (Required) Inventory Setup Items Categories Categories Codes

Categories value set to be updated first

Step 18: Define Your Category Set (Required) Inventory & PO Categories set to be defined compulsory, else while creating item and

Assignments it will err out. Oracle Inventory Setup Items Categories Categories Sets

Step 19: Define Your Default Category Sets (Required) Oracle Inventory Setup Items Categories Default Categories Sets

Step 20: Define Your Item Statuses (Required) Oracle Inventory Setup Items Status Codes

Step 21: Define Your Cost Types (Required) Oracle Inventory Setup Cost Cost Types

Inventory Setup Cost Sub Elements Material

Step 22: Open Your Accounting Periods (Required) Oracle Inventory Accounting Close Cycle Inventory Accounting Period

Step 23: Set Profile Options (Required)