Profile Options In INV,PO,OM,MS/MRP

Below is a list of some of the key Profile Options in various modules.

Profile Options - INVENTORY

INV:Accounting Category Set Indicates the default category set for defining category account. This profile option references the ’Product Line Accounting’ function area to retrieve the category set.

This profile is updateable only at the Site level.

INV:Allow Expense to Asset Transaction Indicates whether you can transfer an item from an expensed subinventory to an asset location. This profile is updateable at all levels.

INV:Capable to Promise Indicates whether to enable the CTP calculation. This profile has a predefined value of NULL (no predefined value) upon installation. This site level option determines how a promise data is derived. It can have the below values: 1 Enable Product Family ATP and CTP 2 Enable Product Family ATP 3 Enable ATP 4 ATP / CTP Based on Planning Output 5 ATP Based on Collected Data This profile is updateable only at the site level.

INV:Genealogy Delimiter Allows client to pick the character that appears between the item name and lot number in the genealogy tree Any character can be used as a delimiter. You can change the delimiter profile at any time. The default value is "-".

INV:Round Reorder Qty This profile option provides the min-max reporting process with rounding options for reorder quantity.

INV_ROUND_REORDER_QUANTITY accepts either "Yes" or "No" as values. The default value is ’Yes’ which means the REORDER QUANTITY is rounding UP. You need to set the value to "No" to round down.

INV:Genealogy Prefix or Suffix You use this to determine if and how the item number is displayed on the Object Genealogy form. The following values are possible: Prefix The Item number is a prefix to the lot /serial number Suffix ATP Based on Collected Data None ATP Based on Collected Data

INV:Intercompany Invoice for Internal Orders You use this profile to enable creation of Intercompany Invoices for Internal Orders. This profile is used in a concurrent program to create accounts payable, and accounts receivable to decide if Internal Order transactions should be invoiced. A "Yes" value enables creation of intercompany invoices. The default value is no. This profile is updateable only at site level.

INV:Advanced Pricing for Intercompany Invoice When you set this profile to "Yes", you can use the Advanced Pricing engine for Intercompany Invoicing. The default value is "No". This profile is updateable only at site level.

INV:Default Item Status Indicates the default item status for new items you define. This profile is updateable at all levels.

INV:Default Primary Unit of Measure Indicates the default primary unit of measure for new items you define. This profile is updateable at all levels. INV:Dynamic Precision Option for Quantity on Reports Indicates the decimal precision for your unit costs. This controls how cost information is displayed on all cost reports. All reports display fourteen digits for unit costs, and display at least 16 digits for extended values.

Inventory predefines a value of -9,999,990.00 for this profile for all levels upon installation. This profile is updateable at all levels.

INV:External ATP Indicates whether non-Oracle ATP products can be integrated with Oracle. Set this profile option in the Source instance if the Source is 10.7 or 11.0. If you select ’Global ATP’, the system uses the new Global Order Promising program. If you select ’None’, the system uses the old ATP program. If you do not select a default value, the system assumes ’None’ for 10.7 and 11.0 instances, and ’Global’ ATP for the 11i instance. This profile is updateable only at the site level.

INV:Inter-Organization Currency Conversion Indicates the currency conversion for inter-organization transfers between organizations using different currencies. Available values are: Corporate An exchange rate you define to standardize rates for your company. The corporate exchange rate is generally a standard market rate determined by senior financial management for use throughout the organization. Spot An exchange rate you enter to perform conversion based on the rate on a specific date. It applies to the immediate delivery of a currency. User An exchange rate you specify when you enter a foreign currency journal entry that does not have a daily exchange rate. Inventory predefines a value of Corporate for this profile for all levels upon installation. This profile is updateable at all levels.

INV:Intercompany Currency Conversion

Indicates the currency conversion for intercompany invoices using different currencies. Available values are: Corporate An exchange rate you define to standardize rates for your company. The corporate exchange rate is generally a standard market rate determined by senior financial management for use throughout the organization.

Spot An exchange rate you enter to perform conversion based on the rate on a specific date. It applies to the immediate delivery of a currency. User An exchange rate you specify when you enter a foreign currency journal entry that does not have a daily exchange rate. Inventory predefines a value of Corporate for this profile upon installation. The profile is updateable at the Site, Application, and Responsibility levels.

INV:Item Master Flexfield Indicates which flexfield is used to define items in MTL_SYSTEM_ITEMS. Inventory predefines a value of System Items for this profile for all levels upon installation. This profile is updateable at all levels.

INV:Minmax Reorder Approval Approved or Incomplete indicates the status of requisitions created by the Minmax Planning Report. Inventory predefines a value of Approved for this profile for all levels upon installation. If you choose Incomplete, you can optionally load requisitions as unapproved and use the document approval functionality in Oracle Purchasing. This profile is updateable at all levels.

INV:Project Miscellaneous Transaction Expenditure Type Governs the entry of expenditure types for project miscellaneous transactions. Available values are: System Derived from Cost Elements You cannot enter expenditure types for project miscellaneous transactions. The Cost Collector uses the expenditure types linked to the cost elements of the current weighted average unit cost of the item to post to Projects. User Entered You must enter expenditure types for project miscellaneous transactions. This profile is updateable at all levels.

INV:RC Line Failure Indicates the action taken when a failure is detected while processing a replenishment count line. Available values are: Continue processing Other (successful) lines for the replenishment header are processed to requisition lines. Halt processing Do not process other (successful) lines for the replenishment header. Inventory

NV: RPC Timeout Indicates the time in seconds the Item Supply / Demand form waits for a success message to be returned from a remote procedure call before it returns an error message. Available values are: Approved Requisitions created by the replenishment processor are approved. INV: Restrict Receipt of Serials Indicates whether two validation checks are performed for serial numbers. Repetitive Schedule. Flow Schedule. Inventory predefines a value of N for this profile for all levels upon installation. or account alias receipt. INV:Save Search Items Indicates whether items returned by the Search Items window are saved on exit. No No validations for serialized components and end-assemblies will be performed. This timeout is also applicable for online transactions. If you choose Unapproved. This profile option is updateable at all levels. or Work Order-less Completion. A given serial number for a serialized end-assembly may not be completed into Oracle Inventory via a Discrete Job. This profile is updateable at all levels.predefines a value of Continue processing for this profile for all levels upon installation. This profile options is updateable at all levels. Inventory predefines a value of 300 at the site level for this profile option upon installation. if processing is set to ’No’. INV: RC Requisition Approval Indicates the status of Subinventory Replenishment requisitions created by the replenishment processor.Mngr. if that same serial number has a state of ’Issued out of stores’. This profile is updateable at all levels. Inventory predefines a value of Approved for this profile for all levels upon installation. This profile is updateable at all levels. miscellaneous receipt. . Unapproved Requisitions created by the replenishment processor are not approved. if that same serial number has been issued to Oracle Work in Process. used in Oracle Work in Process. you can optionally load Subinventory Replenishment requisitions as unapproved and use the document approval functionality in Oracle Purchasing. Use the Trx. Yes A given serial number for a serialized component may not be received via purchase order receipt.

This profile is updateable at all levels.INV:Transaction Date Validation Controls the date you can enter for transactions. Available values are: Allow date in any open period Allows entry of a past date if it is in an open period. If it is set to No. and Responsibility levels. INV:Updateable Customer Item This profile option controls whether the system enables you to change the Customer Item Name after you save it. This profile is updateable at all levels. The setting of this option does not affect certain transactions such as WIP and receiving transactions. Provide warning when date in past period Allows entry of dates in prior periods after a warning. Inventory predefines a value of No for this profile for all levels upon installation. Use new Trx. Inventory predefines a value of Allow date in any open period for all levels upon installation. All desktop WIP and nonVMI Receiving transactions use the old transaction manager. Do not allow past date Does not allow entry of a date before the current date. Application. Transactions processed online or with immediate concurrent always as Inventory recommends the new manager. The profile is updateable at the Site.Mngr for Processing There are two transaction managers in inventory. Do not allow date in past period Allows entry of dates in the current period only. Inventory uses the old transaction manager. This profile is updateable at all levels. If you set the value to ’No’ prevents you from altering the Customer Item Name after the initial save. If you set the value to ’No’ prevents you from altering the Item Name after the initial save. Available values are: No Catalog description . The default is No. You have the option to user either for transactions processed in the background. All mobile WIP and VMI Receiving transactions use the new transaction manager. INV:Use catalog name in the item description Indicates whether to use the catalog name or the catalog description as the first element of a concatenated item catalog description. INV:Updateable Item Name This profile option controls whether the system enables you to change the Item Name after you save it.

Displays the concurrent request number representing the concurrent process executing the replenishment count transactions. This profile is updateable at all levels . On-line processing Processes your cycle count transactions while you wait. allowing you to continue working. Displays the concurrent request number representing the concurrent process executing the cycle count transactions. On-line processing Processes your cycle count transactions while you wait. Available values are: Background processing Upon commit. allowing you to continue working. and control is returned once transaction processing is completed. TP:INV Enter Replenishment Count form Indicates processing control in the Enter Replenishment Count window. Inventory predefines a value of On-line processing for this profile for all levels upon installation. This profile is updateable at all levels. control returns immediately to you. Available values are: Background processing Upon commit. Inventory predefines a value of Concurrent processing for this profile for all levels upon installation. allowing you to continue working.Yes Catalog name Inventory predefines a value of No for this profile for all levels upon installation. This profile is updateable only at the Site level. control returns immediately to you. Displays the concurrent request number representing the concurrent process executing the cycle count transactions. The cycle cont transactions are executed on a periodic basis. and control is returned once transaction processing is completed. Available values are: Background processing Upon commit. The replenishment count transactions are executed on a periodic basis. TP:INV Cycle Count Approvals form Indicates processing control of cycle count approvals in the Cycle Count Approvals window. Inventory spawns the concurrent process and returns control immediately to you. allowing you to continue working. Concurrent processing Upon commit. The cycle count transactions are executed on a periodic basis. This profile is updateable at all levels. TP:INV Cycle Count Entries form Indicates the processing control of cycle count entries in the Cycle Count Entries window. control returns immediately to you. Inventory predefines a value of On-line processing for this profile for all levels upon installation.

On-line processing Processes your inter-organization transfer transactions while you wait. and control is returned once transaction processing is completed. Inventory spawns the concurrent process and returns control immediately to you. This profile is updateable at all levels. Available values are: Background processing Upon commit. On-line processing Processes your miscellaneous issue and receipt transactions while you wait. allowing you to continue working. and control is returned once transaction processing is completed. This profile is updateable at all levels. On-line processing Processes your customer return transactions while you wait. control returns immediately to you. This profile is updateable at all levels. Inventory predefines a value of On-line processing for this profile for all levels upon installation. Available values are: . Displays the concurrent request number representing the concurrent process executing the miscellaneous issue and receipt transactions. Inventory predefines a value of On-line processing for this profile for all levels upon installation. Inventory spawns the concurrent process and returns control immediately to you. Concurrent processing Upon commit. TP:INV Miscellaneous Issue and Receipt form Indicates the processing control of miscellaneous issues and returns in the Miscellaneous Issue window. allowing you to continue working. and control is returned once transaction processing is completed. The inter-organization transfer transactions are executed on a periodic basis. control returns immediately to you.TP:INV Inter-Organization Transfer form Indicates the processing control of inter-organization transfers in the Inter-Organization Transfer window. The miscellaneous issue and receipt transactions are executed on a periodic basis. Displays the concurrent request number representing the concurrent process executing the inter-organization transfer transactions. allowing you to continue working. allowing you to continue working. Inventory predefines a value of On-line processing for this profile for all levels upon installation. TP:INV Transaction Processing Mode Indicates the processing control for transacting items. Concurrent processing Upon commit. Available values are: Background processing Upon commit.

and control is returned once transaction processing is completed. Inventory spawns the concurrent process and returns control immediately to you. Inventory predefines a value of Immediate concurrent processing for this profile for all levels upon installation. This profile is updateable at all levels. Inventory spawns the concurrent process and returns control immediately to you. allowing you to continue working. Immediate concurrent processing Upon commit. Displays the concurrent request number representing the concurrent process executing the transfer between subinventories transactions. Miscellaneous Issue and Receipt. and control is returned once transaction processing is completed. Operation Backflush Setup. If you are using Oracle Work-in-Process. Form level processing Processes transactions using the processing control option you choose for that particular type of transaction. you must set the WIP profile options Completion Material Processing. TP:INV Transfer Between Subinventories form Indicates the processing control of transferring items between subinventories in the Subinventory Transfer window. and Transfer Between Subinventories. TP:INV Update Average Cost form Indicates the processing control for updating average costs. Displays the concurrent request number of the concurrent process executing the transaction. This profile is updateable at all levels. control returns immediately to you. Receive Customer Return. The value you choose for this profile overrides values you set for individual transaction profiles unless you choose Form level processing. allowing you to continue working. control returns immediately to you. Return to Customer. Available values are: Background processing Upon commit. Background processing Upon commit. Inventory predefines a value of On-line processing for this profile for all levels upon installation. The transactions are executed on a periodic basis. allowing you to continue working. control returns immediately to you. Completion Transaction Form. Move Transaction. Available values are: Background processing Upon commit.On-line processing Processes transactions while you wait. Material Transaction Form. You must also set the Inventory profile options for Inter-Organization Transfer. allowing you to continue . allowing you to continue working. and Shop Floor Processing. On-line processing Processes your transfer between subinventories transactions while you wait. The transfer between subinventories transactions are executed on a periodic basis. Concurrent processing Upon commit.

and control is returned once transaction processing is completed. Inventory predefines a value of On-line processing for this profile for all levels upon installation. Both products must be at ’H’ level or above for the VMI features to function correctly. Inventory spawns the concurrent process and returns control immediately to you. has been added with Family pack ’H’ of Oracle Inventory and Oracle Purchasing. On-line processing Processes your move order transactions while you wait. allowing you to continue working. control returns immediately to you. INV:VMI Enabled Functionally for vendor managed inventory. . The move order transactions are executed on a periodic basis. allowing you to continue working.working. This profile is updateable at all levels. This profile is updateable at all levels. TP:Server Side Online Processing Indicates whether Inventory and Work-in-Process transactions using on-line processing are processed on the server or client side. Inventory spawns the concurrent process and returns control immediately to you. The profile option is updateable at site level. Inventory predefines a value of Yes for this profile for all levels upon installation. On-line processing Processes your update average costs transactions while you wait. Upon installation of Inventory ’H’ the profile option is automatically set to yes. You should update it manually only if the automatic changes fails to occur. TP:INV Move Order Transact Indicates the move order transaction mode. The profile options is defaulted to No when Purchasing ’H’ is installed. Concurrent processing Upon commit. This profile is updateable at all levels. and control is returned once transaction processing is completed. The update average costs transactions are executed on a periodic basis. Concurrent processing Upon commit. Displays the concurrent request number representing the concurrent process executing the move order transactions. Inventory predefines a value of On-line processing for this profile for all levels upon installation. Available values are: Background processing Upon commit. Displays the concurrent request number representing the concurrent process executing the update average costs transactions. allowing you to continue working. or VMI.

A value of No does not allow backflush transactions to drive on-hand inventory negative even when the inventory organization parameter Allow Negative Balances is unchecked. INV:Product Family Item Template Indicates the template to be applied when you define a product family item. This profile is updateable at the site level. i. This profile is updateable at all System Administrator levels. If the quantity tree is locked by a different pick release batch. Inventory predefines a value of Yes for this profile option upon installation.INV:Maximum Number of Quantity Trees Indicates the maximum number of memory data structures that will be used to capture on-hand quantity information. Inventory predefines a value of 500 for this profile option upon installation. This profile is updateable at all levels. INV:Override Neg for Back ush Indicates whether backflush transactions can drive the inventory negative even if the inventory organization parameter Allow Negative Balances is unchecked. the pick release batch errors out. INV:CCEOI Commit Point Indicates whether you want to commit the cycle count entries open interface records into the database.Inventory predefines a value of Product Family for this profile option upon installation. This profile is updateable at the Site level. pick release waits until the lock is released. INV: Quantity Tree Timeout for Lock When an item is pick released the quantity tree for that item is locked so no other processes can allocate the same item. This profile determines how long the pick release process waits for the lock to be released. This profile is updateable at all levels. INV:CCEOI Workers Indicates the number of workers to be processed when running the cycle count entries open interface. This avoids deadlocks during the . Once the time indicate is exceeded.

it creates the requisition without revision information. INV:Debug File (Including the complete path) This is the path and filename of the file where Oracle Inventory writes debug messages. It is used to provide uniform decimal precision across Oracle applications. INV:Detect Truncation on UOM Conversion This profile is not used in any Inventory procedures. This profile is updateable at all levels.pick release process. If you set the profile to ’No’. You set the value to ’Yes’ to enable logging. and the fractional portion of the number will have less than nine digits. INV:FIFO for Original Receipt Date This profile is used to control how the system tracks receipt dates for on-hand records. This profile is updateable at the site level only. This profile is updateable at the Site level. If this profile is set to 1. If you set the INV:Debug Trace profile to ’Yes’. It is critical that you grant read/write access to the specified file. the revision information passes to the purchasing interface tables whenever you create a requisition in Inventory. transactions may fail. If you set the profile to ’Yes’. This profile option is relevant if any inventory allocation rules use Receipt Date. Oracle Inventory attempts to update this file with debug messages. the whole number will have less than 10 digits in the primary unit of measure. You must configure the directory in the database within the v$parameter list for ’utl_file_dir’. Inventory . A value of ’Yes’ indicates that the on-hand record from a material transfer should retain the original receipt date. You set the value to ’No’ to disable logging. INV:Debug Trace This profile specifies if Inventory and WMS transaction activities are logged to a debug file. A transacted item quantity is converted from the transacted unit of measure to the primary unit of measure. INV:Purchasing by Revision This profile determines the purchasing interfaces tables that are populated with revision information from Oracle Inventory. This profile is updateable at all levels. This profile is updateable at all levels. A value of ’No’ indicates the receipt date of on-hand records created from material transfers should be reset to the transfer date. If Oracle Inventory cannot write to this file.

This profile is updateable at all levels. This profile is updateable at all levels. It updates automatically when you apply a patch. The profile determines the maximum number of calls to item import that is processed to fulfill the copy request. INV:Debug Level Determines the amount of detail printed to the Oracle Inventory debugging log file. You cannot edit this profile option. Multiple Serials Per Delivery Detail This profile determines the current patch level of Order Management on the instance. This feature allows you to select a subset of an item’s attributes to be mass copied to a number of items. the Master Items form Folder tab displays an editable Category field. Inventory uses this profile option to determine if serial numbers can be passed to Shipping in ranges or if they must be passed individually. INV: Component Pick Batch Size Determines the number of move orders lines allocated in one commit cycle for WIP component pick move orders. INV: Move Order Fill & Kill This profile option enables you to close a partially allocated and transacted replenishment move order line. Available values are: No Does not allow cancelling of replenishment move order lines. INV: MGD Maximum Number of Workers Permitted This option is used for item attribute copy. Yes Allows cancelling of move order lines. This profile option is updateable at the Site level. The default value is Null This profile is updateable at all levels.redefines a value of ’No’ for this profile option upon installation. INV:Item Form Folder Category Set If the profile has an assigned value. it is assigned to a category set defined in the profile options. The form submits a concurrent request. The default value is No. When you save an item. INV: Pick Slip Batch Size . Level 10 is the highest level of logging supported.

with Template and Item as the radio choices. INV: Item Default Tab This profile option enables you to choose the default folder that appears when you launch the master items window. One worker will be started for each accounting period in the date range specified for the purge. you simply change this field using the appropriate LOVs. This profile is updateable at all levels. with each item having its own item. The default template will be defaulted from the value of the profile option INV: Replenishment Move Order Grouping This profile option enables you to create only one move order header per request. Folder Displays the folder tab by default. INV: Cross Reference Type This profile option communicates to the receiving pages of the Mobile device to use assignments for this particular cross-reference type to validate the items while performing a receipt. Destination Subinventory The subinventory for which to run the report. and move order requisitions. No button is necessary here. Available values are: Organization The organization for which to run the report. The default template can be set to null or a valid value. If you do not set this attribute at the user level. MinMax has been enhanced to permit the optional execution for all subinventories or for a group of subinventories. INV: Item Master Default Template This profile option enables you to set a default template for all items you create. if there are more accounting . This default template will be applied to all the new items that are defined during this session. This profile is updateable only at site level. Available values are: Attributes Displays the items attribute tab by default. There will be a radio group called Copy From. the system derives the value from the responsibility and so forth. By default. To change the current setting. An editable field will display the current setting. template will be selected.Determines the number of move order lines allocated during one commit cycle for replenishment move orders. However. INV: Max # of Txn Purge Processes This is the maximum number of processes that will be purged.

This profile is updateable only at site level. than worked allowed by this profile option. You would typically set this value to no more than 20. INV: View Item Category People This profile option enables you to show only current organization employees in the People LOV of the Category Grants window. the purge process can be completed faster. but that also means more system resources are dedicated to purging transactions and thus are not available for other system activities. My Employees Current organization employees. then the number of workers will be determined by the ceiling of accounting periods to purge divided by this value. The available value are Yes Uses the same set of folders as the Master Items window. The available values are: All All Employees listed in the system. This profile is updateable only at site level. INV: GTIN Cross Reference Type This Profile option enables you to perform lookups of your GTIN item cross reference. INV: Fill Kanban on Partial Move Order Receipt This profile option determines whether or not a kanban card can be considered filled if the move order created to fill it was only partially transacted. This profile is updateable only at site level. if you set this profile option to yes. This profile is updateable at all levels. it considers the card full. INV: Supplier Consigned Enabled This profile option is used to find if the consigned inventory feature is present. . .This profile is updateable at the user level only.periods. INV: Consigned Inventory Aging Enabled This profile option is used to find out if the consigned inventory aging feature is present. If the card requested 10 and the move order only picked 7. INV: Item Form Uses Master Set of Folders in the Org Items Form This profile option determines if the Organization Items window uses the same set of folders as the Master I tems window. When more workers run in parallel. This profile is updateable only at site level. but may set it smaller based on your system resources.

If the profile is set to No. OM: Apply Automatic Attachments This profile option defines if rule-based attachments are applied with no user intervention. When set to “Yes” Order lines .No Stores a separate set of folders for the Organization Items window. INV: Batch Size Indicates the number of order/delivery lines that will be placed in a single transaction_batch_id for Interfacing of records when Inventory Transaction Manager makes calls to Shipping API. an error will occur. You can change the dates or quantities to make scheduling succeed. this profile is used. If the new line cannot be scheduled on the same date as the rest of the set. If the profile is set to Yes. the entire set will be automatically rescheduled. This profile option can be overridden for a parameter specific to customers or customer sites by setting a value in the Customer window. OM: Auto schedule This profile option defines the default setting of the use of autoscheduling. The default is Null that is equivalent to No. OM: Allow Negative Pricing This profile option defines if you can have a negative list price or selling price. Order Management Profile Definitions OM: Administer Public Queries This profile option defines which responsibility could create and update public queries. OM: Auto Push Group Date This profile option controls scheduling when a new line is inserted into an existing set. The transaction_batch_id is used when Inventory Interface is deferred by the Shipping profile "WSH: Defer Inventory Process Online". This profile can hold any positive whole number.

The authorization code and credit card number fields displays only the last four digits if the profile option is set to None or Limited. OM: Credit Card Privileges This profile option limits the amount of credit card information displayed in the Sales Orders window and limits who can perform manual or on-line authorizations.You can only view charges. Choices from: Full Access . OM: Credit Memo Transaction Type This profile option value is transferred to Receivables if no value is defined for the credit memo transaction type. OM: Context Responsibility for Upgraded Orders This profile option is used to set applications context for deferred activities on upgraded orders and order lines. OM: Charging Privilege This profile option controls your ability to manually apply freight and special charges on an order or order line. Limited. or None. Choose from All.are scheduled automatically at the time of entry. Order lines are not scheduled automatically at the time of entry.You can modify and apply charges. If set to “No”. On-line and manual authorizations are allowed if this profile option is set to All or Limited. View Only Access . Unlimited Access -You can modify and apply all charges including the non-overridable charges. but you cannot modify non-overridable charges. OM: Cust Item Shows Matches This profile option defines whether Order Management defaults the Item with the highest ranking item or .

OM: Estimated Authorization Validity Period This profile option defines the estimated number of days a credit card authorization is assumed to be valid. Level 3 prints all debug messages. Non-Over ridable Only . Full .shows the list of all the matched Internal item numbers when a customer item number is used and that customer item is cross referenced to more than one internal item.Ability to apply any valid discount against an order or order line. The default value is 21 days. OM: Customer Relationships This profile option defines whether Order Management honors customer relationships when entering billto and shipto locations for a customer on an order. OM: Discounting Privilege This profile option provides the choice of controlling users’ ability to apply discounts on an order or order line. as long as the order type of the order does not enforce list prices.) Order Management honors customer relationships for agreements and commitments regardless of this profile option’s setting. . (Default value). OM: Debug Level This profile option defines the level of debug messages printed in a log file. (This profile option is currently used only in Order Management. Unlimited . and is not valid for any other Oracle Applications. regardless of whether the order type of the order enforces list prices.Ability to apply any valid discount against any order or order line.Ability to apply only non-overridable discounts against an order or order line. whereas Level 4 only prints a limited amount of debug messages.

This structure should be the same as the structure defined in Oracle Inventory. and the Update Shipping Information program. This profile option must be set for the Shipping Transactions window. to function properly. OM: Included Item Freeze Method This profile option defines the point in the order’s status at which the included items from a configuration’s bill of material are added as lines on the order.OM: GSA Discount Violation Action This profile option defines how you want the user notified when you define a discount that results in an item price less than the price on a GSA discount for the same price list. OM: Invoice Transaction Type This profile option value is transferred to Receivables if no value is defined for the transaction type. OM: Item Flexfield This profile option defines the structure of the Item Flexfield (System Items) used by Order Management. OM: Invoice Source This profile option value is transferred to Receivables if the value is null for your transaction type. . OM: Invoice Numbering Method This profile option defines whether or not the Invoicing activity generates invoice numbers based on the delivery name. OM: Inventory Stock Location This profile option defines the structure of the Oracle Inventory Stock Locator Flexfield used by Order Management in the Release Sales Orders For Picking and Shipping Transactions windows.

Any value greater than or equal to zero (0) is a valid value. Default value is zero (0). This profile option can be overridden for the parameter specific to customers or customer sites by setting a value in the Customer window. This profile option is set at the site level. OM: Non-Delivery Invoice Source This profile option value is transferred to Receivables if the OM: Invoice Numbering Method profile option is set to Delivery and the line is non-shippable. OM: Over Shipment Invoice Basis This profile option defines whether to invoice the ordered quantity or the shipped quantity for an over shipment. Default value is Shipped. OM: Payment Method for Credit Card Transactions This profile option is used by the credit card authorization process as default for the primary payment method if a specific customer does not have one. Any value greater than or equal to zero (0) is a valid value.This structure should be the same across all applications in the same database. OM: Over Shipment Tolerance This profile option indicates the percentage by which an order line can be over-shipped. OM: Orders Purge Per Commit This profile option defines how many orders the purge process should purge before performing a commit. . Default value is zero (0). OM: Over Return Tolerance This profile option indicates the percentage by which a return line can be over-received. This profile option is set at the site level.

Create return line with Warning if the referenced line is non-fulfilled. Scores can range from 1 to 100. Allow . If the score for a transaction exceeds this threshold. The default value is a score of 50. .Create return line without Warning if the referenced line is non-fulfilled.Line processing is halted with an error message. OM: Return Item Mismatch Action This profile option controls what should occur if you try to change the item ID of a referenced return line. referring to a risk free authorization and 100 referring to a high risk authorization. OM: Risk Factor Threshold for Electronic Payments This profile option sets a threshold for determining whether a credit card authorization qualifies as a high risk. The profile option represents the number of days into the future that scheduling will reserve. Default value is Allow. Choices from: Reject . Order Management will put the order on a High Risk Hold. Warning .Do not create return line if the reference line is non-fulfilled.OM: Reservation Time Fence This profile option controls automatic reservations during scheduling.Line processing is continued with a warning. OM: Return Unfulfilled Referenced Line Action This profile option is used for returns to control return of unfulfilled lines.Line processing continues with no warning or error. The default value is Null which means that scheduling will not automatically reserve. Default value is Allow. Allow . This profile option is used during auto scheduling and also by the scheduling workflow activity and concurrent program to perform reservations. Choose from: Reject . Warning .

OM: Show Discount Details on Invoice This profile option defines whether the discount details are passed to Oracle Receivables for printing on an invoice. Any value between zero (0) and 100 (both inclusive) is a valid value. Any value between zero (0) and 100 (both inclusive) is a valid value. OM: Show Line Details This profile option defines whether the line details of a model are displayed in the Sales Orders window. OM: Under Shipment Tolerance This profile option indicates the percentage by which an order line can be under-shipped for it to be considered fulfilled. You can also toggle the display of line details using the Tools menu from the Sales Orders window. The source code should be defined as the third segment of the Sales Order Flexfield to guarantee that each transaction is unique. OM: Source Code This profile option identifies the source code that Order Management passes to Oracle Inventory during scheduling. The default value is Null.OM: Schedule Line on Hold This profile option controls whether scheduling will attempt to schedule lines that are on hold. Default value is zero (0). This profile option is set at the site level. OM: Under Return Tolerance This profile option indicates the percentage by which a return line can be under-received for it to be considered fulfilled. Default value is No. This profile option can be . which is the equivalent to Yes.

The default is Yes and it can be set at the Site or Application level. Sort window. OM: Unit Price Precision Type This profile option controls the display of Unit Selling Price field for sales order lines only. Cancelled order lines will be displayed once the sort completes if you do not manually select the check box. Sort window. Lines Tab sort window. up to a total of 20 decimal places. Sort window. Cancelled order lines will not be displayed once the sort completes. Select from: • Standard: You will see at least two decimal places. The QP: Unit Price Precision profile controls how many decimal points you can use on a Price List for a rounding factor. OM: Validate Standard Line Item This profile option controls whether customer enabled items are visible on the Sales Order line. Sort window.set only at the site level. The default is Yes and it can be set at the Site or Application level. up to a total of 20 decimal places. OM: View Closed Lines This profile option controls the default value of the Closed check box when sorting sales order lines within the Sales Order Lines Tab. This will be a non-seeded profile option. • No: The Cancel check box will not be selected when sorting sales order lines within the Sales Order window. Default value is zero (0). OM: View Cancel Lines This profile option controls the default value of the Cancel check box when sorting sales order lines within the Sales Order Lines Tab. The default value is Yes. OE: Validate Option Line Item This profile option controls whether customer enabled items are visible in the Options window. Select from: • Yes: The Closed check box will be automatically selected when sorting sales order lines within the Sales Order Lines Tab. Closed order lines will not be displayed once the sort completes. • Extended: You see at least five decimal places. . This will be a non-seeded profile option. The default value is Yes. Select from: • Yes: The Cancel check box will be automatically selected when sorting sales order lines within the Sales Order Lines Tab.

Closed order lines will be displayed once the sort completes if you do not manually select the check box. The available options are: Pricing only. If they do. which will be treated as revenue lines.• No: The Closed check box will not be selected when sorting sales order lines within the Sales Order window. . This profile option can only be set at the Application or Site level. the pricing setup uses modifiers that will prevent using the 11i10 optimized pricing code path. the pricing setup is suitable for 11i10 HVOP optimized pricing code. Pricing and Availability. Lines Tab sort window. This profile can be set at the Application or Site levels. Availability only. and the Invoicing module will pass VAT tax and associated sales credits for processing. and cannot be updated by users. Tax: Inventory Item for Freight This profile option is used only when the freight item is passed as revenue line. and None. If No. OKC: Enable Sales Contracts In order to leverage the functionality of Sales Contracts with Order Management. If you set the value of this profile option to Inventory Item then the Invoicing module passes this item for freight charges. However. modify the custom sourcing rules so that directly accessed fields are passed as parameters. OM: View Pricing/Availability Information in Related Items This profile option controls the amount of information shown in the Related Items and Manual Substitutions window. Sales Contracts must be installed and this profile must be set to YES. and profile option TAX: Invoice Freight as Revenue is set to YES. you should ensure that custom sourcing rules do not directly access G_HDR or G_LINE. then freight charges are treated as revenue lines. If Yes. Tax: Invoice Freight as Revenue If the Receivables profile option TAX: Allow Tax Code Override is set to YES. QP: High Volume Order Processing Compliance The value is set programatically.

Update the forecast set when you place sales order demand. MRP:Consume Forecast Set Summary Indicates whether to enable or temporarily disable forecast set consumption. Available values are listed below: Enable forecast set consumption. Do not calculate and use suggested repetitive schedule information. Do not update the forecast set when you place sales order demand. Yes No MRP:Compute Sales Order Changes Indicates whether to calculate and use sales order demand to perform forecast consumption and track sales order information. Oracle Master Scheduling/MRP predefines a value of Yes for this profile for the site upon installation. This profile has a predefined value of No upon installation. You may set this value to No if you wish to disable forecast consumption and sales order tracking in Oracle Master Scheduling/MRP permanently. Disable forecast set consumption.MRP Profile Definitions MRP:ATP Assignment Set Indicates the name of the assignment set to use for Supply Chain ATP. instead of up to the time fence. MRP:Calculate Suggested Repetitive Schedules Indicates whether to calculate and use suggested repetitive schedules to perform forecast consumption. Available values are listed below: Calculate and use suggested repetitive schedule information. MRP:Consume Forecast . Do not calculate and use sales order information. Forecast set consumption is the process that replaces forecasted set demand with actual demand and is handled by the Planning Manager process. MRP:Calculate Excess Exceptions on Time Fence Indicates whether to calculate excess exceptions at the time fence. This profile has a predefined value of Yes for this profile for the site upon installation. Available values are listed below : Calculate and use sales order information.

The planning manager verifies the setting of this option before performing shipment relief. the planning manager does not update MPS entries. The planning manager verifies the setting of this option before performing forecast consumption. MRP:Cutoff Date Offset Months . MRP:Consume MPS Indicates whether to enable or temporarily disable production relief of a master production schedule.Indicates whether to enable or temporarily disable forecast consumption. Disable forecast consumption. Disable shipment relief. The planning manager processes any sales order demand occurring while this profile is set to No when you set the profile option back to Yes. Available values are listed below: Enable shipment relief. the planning manager does not update MDS entries. The planning manager processes any purchase requisitions and discrete jobs occurring while this profile is set to No when you set the profile option back to Yes. MRP:Consume MDS Indicates whether to enable or temporarily disable shipment relief of a master demand schedule. Update the forecast set when you place sales order demand. If it is set to No. Available values are listed below: Enable production relief. Disable production relief. This profile has a predefined value of Yes upon installation. The planning manager processes any sales order shipments occurring while this profile is set to No when you set the profile option back to Yes. the planning manager does not update forecast entries. This profile has a predefined value of Yes upon installation. If it is set to No. Forecast consumption is the process that replaces forecasted demand with actual demand and is handled by the Planning Manager process. If it is set to No. This profile has a predefined value of Yes upon installation. Available values are listed below: Enable forecast consumption. Do not update the forecast set when you place sales order demand. The planning manager verifies the setting of this option before performing production relief.

Available values are listed below: Default the forecast date to the next valid day/week/period in the Enter Forecast Entries form. scheduling and planning forms. MRP:Default Sourcing Assignment Set Determines the sourcing assignment set that Oracle Purchasing uses to assign sources to requisitions. Oracle Master Scheduling/MRP loads the forecast. Do not enable debug messages. MRP:Default Schedule Name Specifies the schedule name that defaults when navigating to any of the scheduling forms. Plan Status window. .Specifies the number of months from today to default the cutoff date for all forecasting. and material requirement entries from the current date up to and including this date. MRP:Debug Mode Indicates whether to enable debug messages within Oracle Master Scheduling/MRP. MRP:Default Plan Name Specifies the MRP or MPS plan name that defaults when navigating to any of the planning forms. master scheduling. MRP:Default Forecast Date Indicates whether to default the forecast date to the next valid day/week/period in the Enter Forecast Entries window. This profile has a predefined value of Yes upon installation. Available values are listed below: Enable debug messages. This profile has a predefined value of No upon installation. MRP:Default Forecast Name Specifies the forecast name that defaults when navigating to any of the forecasting forms. or the Planner Workbench. MRP:Default DRP Plan Name Specifies the DRP plan name that defaults when navigating to the Plan Options window. Do not default the forecast date to the next valid day/week/period in the Enter Forecast Entries form.

MRP:Include Scheduled Receipts in Use–up Calculation Enables the Memory–based Planning Engine to include scheduled receipts in calculating use–up date. Purchase Requisitions and Non–Standard Jobs will be excluded. This profile has a predefined value of No upon installation. the files are written to $MRP_TOP/$APPLOUT. This profile contains no pathname following the installation. . and Shipments. Do not form natural time fences for your MRP firm planned orders when launching the planning process. MRP:Firm Requisitions within Time Fence Indicates whether to form natural time fences for your firm requisitions when launching the planning process. Receipts. A MRP firm planned order is an order that is frozen in quantity and time (unavailable for rescheduling). Available values are listed below: Form natural time fences for your MRP firm planned orders when launching the planning process. Approved Purchase Orders.MRP:Demand Time Fence Days Indicates the number of time fence days for forecast set consumption and MDS (sales order) load. This profile has a predefined value of Yes upon installation. Available values are listed below: Form natural time fences for your MRP firm requisitions when launching the planning process. Do not form natural time fences for your MRP firm requisitions when launching the planning process. MRP:Interface Table History Days Indicates the number of days that Oracle Master Scheduling/MRP saves rows in the forecast. If this profile is not used. MRP:Firm Planned Order Time Fence Indicates whether to form natural time fences for your MRP firm planned orders when launching the planning process. schedule. The scheduled receipts included will be Discrete Jobs. MRP: Environment Variable to Set Path for MRP Files Specifies the appropriate path for the MRP files.

MRP:MPS Relief Direction Indicates the direction in which the production relief takes place when relieving master production schedule entries. then forward upon installation. Oracle Master Scheduling relieves master production schedule entries only forward from the discrete job due date until it finds enough schedule quantity to relieve. This gives you the ability to disable the original schedule version if you do not intend to use it as part of your business procedures and do not want to contend with the additional overhead required by Oracle Master Scheduling/MRP to maintain it.and workbench temporary interface tables after they have been processed. This profile has a predefined value of 5 upon installation. and often may not serve a useful purpose. Oracle Master Scheduling/MRP predefines a value of No for this profile for the site upon installation. Yes No Backward. Available values are listed below: Maintain the original master schedule version. you must start the concurrent manager and the planning manager so that the new setting of the profile option is detected. This profile has a predefined value of No upon installation. If you change this profile option. then forward Forward only This profile has a predefined value of Backward. Do not maintain the original master schedule version. The original schedule version is the earliest copy of schedule dates and quantities. Available values are listed below: Oracle Master Scheduling relieves master production schedule entries backwards from the discrete job due date then forwards until it finds enough schedule quantity to relieve. Attention: When you change any of these profile options you must restart the planning manager to activate the new profile option. MRP:MPS Relief Batch Size Indicates the batch size for production relief when relieving master production schedule entries. Note: The name of this profile option in Release 10 is MRP:Relief Directional Control. MRP:Maintain Original Schedule Version Indicates whether to maintain the original master schedule version. .

For example. and you have set the profile to 100. MRP:Plan Revenue Price List Specifies the sales order price list that is applied to items in a plan. if there are 1000 rows or items to process. However. This profile can be a value between 0 and 100. until all rows have been processed. This profile has a predefined value of Yes upon installation.MRP:Perform Planning Manager Functions in Loads Ensures that the forecast and master schedule load programs perform all planning manager functions: compute sales order changes. a value of 100 means that the Planning Manager could divide the work across 10 processes. MRP:Planning Manager Batch Size Indicates the batch size for the number of rows in a set that the planning manager processes. or the number of Planning Manager Workers running or pending matches or exceeds the value of MRP:Planning Manager Workers. This value is used to calculate the plan margin key performance indicators for Business Intelligence reports. a larger value could also mean that the concurrent manager queue becomes filled with workers. Oracle Master Scheduling/MRP also uses this profile option during forecast consumption and master schedule relief to determine the number of items to process. . If there are many rows processing. MRP:Plan Revenue Discount Percent Specifies the average discount percent that is applied to all items in a plan. and MDS relief. decimal values are permitted. You use this profile option during a forecast and master schedule load to determine the number of rows to process in batch. while a value of 200 means that only 5 processes could operate simultaneously. A larger value for this profile means that the Planning Manager can use more workers to process tasks. Setting the profile to 200 means that the process needs to access the database only 5 times. the planning manager continues to spawn more workers. A smaller batch size means that the work may be divided across more workers. the process needs to access the database 10 times to retrieve information on all 1000 rows or items. because a process needs to make fewer database hits. Using the example above. A larger batch size is more efficient. This value is a key performance indicator used to calculate performance in a plan for Business Intelligence reports. MRP:Planning Manager Max Workers Indicates the maximum number of workers to be launched by the planning manager. forecast consumption.

Within each requisition. All on one Buyer Category Inventory item Create one purchase requisition for recommended order. MRP:Requisition Load Group Option Indicates the group by option used when loading requisitions using the Planner Workbench form. create one line for each planned order for the category. Within each requisition. Create one purchase requisition for buyer. The lower the number. Create one purchase requisition for each supplier. Within each requisition.and other processes do not run. This profile has a predefined value of supplier upon installation. MRP:Purchasing by Revision Indicates whether to pass on item revision to the purchase requisition. create one line for each planned order for the planner. . MRP:Purge Batch Size Indicates the batch size for the number of rows that the planning purge process deletes between commits. do not define a value that exceeds the maximum number of concurrent programs that can run simultaneously. create one line for each planned order for the buyer. Create one purchase requisition for each category of items. Within each requisition. The larger the number. Available values are listed below: Create one purchase requisition for all recommended orders. Create one purchase requisition for each planner. Within each requisition. MRP:Retain Dates within Calendar Boundary Ensures that dates stay within the calendar boundary. create one line for each planned order for the item. This profile has a predefined value of 10 upon installation. This profile has a predefined value of 25000 upon installation. This profile has a predefined value of Yes upon installation. Create one purchase requisition for each inventory item. create one line for each planned order for the supplier. the faster the purge processes performs. MRP:Snapshot Pause for Lock (Minutes) Indicates the number of minutes to pause execution of the Snapshot process while waiting to acquire locks on tables. the smaller the rollback segments required. In general.

MRP:Sourcing Rule Category Set Indicates the category set used when Oracle Supply Chain Planning or Oracle Purchasing creates sourcing assignments at category–org or category level. MRP:Snapshot Workers Indicates the number of workers that are launched during the execution of the Snapshot process. Available values are listed below: Enable the trace option within Oracle Master Scheduling/MRP and Supply Chain Planning. This profile has a predefined value of 5 upon installation.This profile has a predefined value of 5 upon installation. Too many workers. . A larger value means that more tasks are performed in parallel. Available values are listed below: One each Planner Supplier Receive a warning modify a master production schedule within the planning time fence or master demand schedule within the demand time fence. do not define a value for this profile that exceeds the maximum number of concurrent programs that can run simultaneously. This profile has a predefined value of Yes upon installation. You can update this profile at all levels. however. Do not enable the trace option within Oracle Master Scheduling/MRP and Supply Chain Planning. This profile has a predefined value of No upon installation. MRP:Trace Mode Indicates whether to enable the trace option within Oracle Master Scheduling/MRP and Supply Chain Planning. This profile has a predefined value of No upon installation. MRP:Time Fence Warning Indicates whether to receive a warning if you modify a master production schedule within the planning time fence or master demand schedule within the demand time fence. can result in system degradation and diminishing performance benefits. Do not receive a warning if you modify a master schedule within the planning or demand time fence. MRP:Use Direct Load Option Enables the Loader Worker to use the direct load option instead of conventional loads. In general.

You can automatically treat sales orders as “arrived” at a customer site after the intransit lead time has expired. Otherwise. the Assignment Set name you should specify when you assign sourcing rules in the Sourcing Rule/Bill of Distribution Assignments window. MRP: Sourcing Rule Category Set If you are using sourcing rules in Purchasing. or you can manually update the ARRIVED_FLAG in SO_PICKING_HEADERS. Planning allows you to use multiple Assignment Sets.MRP:Use Ship Arrived Flag Indicates how to treat sales orders shipped to customers. This profile has a predefined value of No upon installation. This profile is used by the Memory–based Planning Engine when a customer is modelled as an organization. PO: Allow Auto–generate Sourcing Rules Create Only indicates whether the buyer can create new sourcing rules. but Purchasing looks at only a single Assignment Set—the one that is specified in this profile option. This profile option must be set if you are using sourcing rules in Purchasing. Use intransit time between source and the destination organizations. you will not be able to display Category and Category–Organization assignments in the Sourcing Rule / Bill of Distribution Assignments window. Available values are listed below: Use arrived flag in SO_PICKING_HEADERS. The default is None. and approved supplier list entries while approving a blanket purchase agreement. Create and Update enables the buyer to update sourcing rules and assignments as well as create new sourcing rules. this profile needs to be set to the name of the default category set used by Purchasing as indicated in the Default Category Sets window. PO: Allow Autocreation of Oracle Sourcing Documents . sourcing assignments. Purchasing Profile Options Descriptions MRP: Default Sourcing Assignment Set This profile option indicates which sourcing rules assignment set will be used in Purchasing and Supplier Scheduling.

This profile option affects the Rate on the receipt only. you cannot change the Rate if this profile option is set to No. _ All Releases: Perform retroactive pricing on all releases (including those which have accrued receipts or invoices). not in the Currency window of a purchase order. . _ Open Releases Only: The Mass Update Price on Open Releases concurrent program will only process releases which have no receipts (if accruing at time of receipt) or invoices matched to them. RFQ. The default is No. The default is Yes. or quotation. PO: Allow Buyer Override in AutoCreate Find Yes or No indicates whether the suggested buyer (from the Enter Person window) defaulted into the Find Requisition Lines window can be cleared or overridden. PO: Allow Category Override in AutoCreate Find Yes or No indicates whether the category (from the Buyers window) defaulted into the Find Requisition Lines window can be cleared or overridden.Yes or No indicates whether the buyer can create Oracle Sourcing documents from the AutoCreate window. PO: Allow Retroactive Pricing of POs Used to determine if blanket releases and standard purchase orders can be mass updated with retroactive price change(s) entered on their corresponding blanket agreement. (In the Currency window. Even if the Rate Type is User. _ Never: If this profile is not set or is set to Never. if the archive mode for that operating unit is set to Approve.) PO: Allow Requisition Approval Forward Action Yes indicates that the Forward and the Approve and Forward actions are active in a requisition approval notification. PO: Allow Rate Override for User Rate Type Yes or No indicates whether the Rate in the Currency tabbed region of the Receipts window can be changed. the Apply Retroactive Price Update to Existing PO/Releases checkbox will be disabled in the Blanket Agreement Approval window and the Mass Update Price on Open Releases concurrent program will not update any blanket releases or global agreement sourced standard purchase orders. you can modify the Rate if the Rate Type is User.

Note: If a document update is pending review in the Exceeded Price Tolerances window. Oracle Purchasing may use the blanket purchase agreement even if the quotation was created more recently (depending on your sourcing settings). PO: Automatic Document Sourcing Yes means that Oracle Purchasing automatically defaults source document and pricing information for an item from the most recently created purchase agreement or quotation. where you must specify which source documents to use.PO: Amount Billed Threshold Percentage Oracle Services Procurement: Indicates the amount above which the amount billed exceeded threshold notification will be sent to the requester. PO: Change Supplier Site . PO: Archive Catalog on Approval Yes or No indicates whether Purchasing archives blanket purchase agreements in a price/sales catalog submission upon approval. No means that this source document information comes from the Approved Supplier List window. Note that if an item on a requisition is associated with both a blanket purchase agreement and a quotation. You need to consider this profile option only if you receive price/sales catalog submissions from your suppliers through the Purchasing Documents Open Interface. This profile option comes into effect only if Archive on Approval is chosen in the Document Types window in Purchasing and you import the documents with a status of Approved.The GL date on the requisition distribution is used as the purchase order date. Purchasing does not archive the price/sales catalog agreements. if you then choose No for this profile option. the revision of that document is not updated until you accept all line updates. PO: Automatically Deliver Drop Ship ASNs Yes indicates that you want Oracle Purchasing to automatically perform a receipt and deliver action for drop ship ASNs. PO: AutoCreate GL Date Option Indicates the date used on purchase orders generated by AutoCreate: The autocreate date is used as the purchase order date.

It determines the survey matching precedence. No means the UOM on the requisition must match the UOM on the blanket purchase agreement for a release to be created by any process.Yes or No indicates whether users can change the supplier site on approved purchase orders. PO: Contractor Assignment Completion Warning Delay Oracle Services Procurement: Yes indicates that the contractor assignment completion notification is sent to the requester when the assignment is complete. but the Create Releases concurrent program will convert UOMs and create a release). users can create requisitions in a different UOM from the UOM on the blanket agreement line and the conversion will be done by Purchasing when the release is created. PO: Custom Measure Precedence This profile is used by Oracle Purchasing Intelligence. . PO: Check Open Periods Yes indicates that the need by date and the promise by date must be in an open Purchasing period when entering purchase orders. PO: Convert Requisition UOM to Source Doc UOM During Release Creation A Null setting (default value) indicates that the functionality continues as in the past (AutoCreate of releases from a requisition will fail with different UOMs. PO: Default Need–By Time Indicates the time used to default for the entry of need–by date when a requisition. If set to Yes. Any other setting provides no validation against Purchasing periods. and active in Oracle Purchasing. purchase order. PO: Contracts Enabled Oracle Procurement Contracts: Yes indicates that Oracle Procurement Contracts is installed. implemented. PO: Default PO Promise Date from Need By date Yes indicates that the promise date is defaulted from the requisition need–by date when a purchase order or release is automatically created. or release is created.

Outside Services items can be delivered directly to the shop floor. the View Log screen displays the receiving transaction pre– processor’s actions.PO: Default Supplier Item Catalog Option Indicates the default source tabbed region in the supplier item catalog: Negotiated Sources.) Yes also generates a database trace file. and active in Oracle Purchasing. PO: Enable Sql Trace for Receiving Processor Yes means that when you run the Receiving Transaction Processor to import data from another system using the Receiving Open Interface. PO: Display VMI Warning Yes or No indicates whether a warning will be displayed when Vendor Managed Inventory (VMI) item is being placed on a Purchasing document. Prior Purchases. implemented. . or Requisition Templates. (The profile option RCV: Processing Mode must also be set to Immediate or Batch for the Yes option to work. as it processed the receipt data from start to finish. if you need help with an error that occurs while the Receiving Transaction Processor runs. PO: Display AutoCreated Quotation Controls the viewing of an autocreated quotation. The Receiving Open Interface validates receipt transactions from other systems and uses the Receiving Transaction Processor to import the validated data into Purchasing. Sourcing Rules. PO: Enable Direct Delivery to Shop Floor If Enterprise Asset Management has been implemented and this profile is set to Yes. including errors. the warning will be displayed. PO: Enable Services Procurement Oracle Services Procurement: Yes indicates that Services Procurement is installed. This profile option should be set to Yes only while debugging the Receiving Open Interface or for generating a trace file. Oracle Support Services may ask you for this trace file. Default is Yes. PO: Display the Autocreated Document Obsolete.

Available values are Both. Any corrections or returns you make against a receipt during that 2–day period are included on the Payment on Receipt invoice. For example. PO: Legal Requisition Type Indicates whether users can enter internal requisitions sourced from stock by means of an internal sales order. shortening this prefix allows extra spaces for longer packing slip or receipt numbers. PO: ERS Invoice Number Prefix ’ERS–’ is the prefix that appears before all invoices that you create automatically using Payment on Receipt. a value of 2 means that Payment on Receipt creates invoices only for receipts that are 2 or more days old. PO: Fax Output Directory for the PO Document The operating system directory name where the document publisher will store the generated purchase order PDF file for faxing.ORA file. PO: In File Path For e–mailed purchase orders this indicates the absolute path of the directory where the optional terms and conditions file is stored. . or both types. This directory must also be specified in the UTL_FILE parameter in the INIT. PO: Item Cross Reference Warning Indicates the Item Cross Reference Type that you want to use as a disposition warning message for requisitions.PO: ERS Aging Period The value in this profile option indicates the number of days between the receipt date and the Payment on Receipt automatic invoice creation date. For example. PO: Generate Amendment Documents Oracle Procurement Contracts: Yes indicates that amendment documents are automatically generated and included with the purchase order PDF. The purchase order PDF cover page displays a summary of changes. purchase requisitions sourced from a purchase order. This profile option allows you to change this prefix.

Oracle recommends a maximum of 30 lines. the buyer receives a notification and can accept or reject the price increase in the Exceeded Price Tolerances window. but the profile option is no longer used. you will see this profile option in the application. If the tolerance is exceeded. up to the amount limit defined for a given account. release. absolute funds checking will succeed even if funds are exceeded. No means that the standard AutoCreate requisition line modify logic applies. PO: Price Tolerance (%) for Catalog Updates A value in this profile option specifies the maximum percentage increase allowed to an item’s price when your supplier sends updated price/sales catalog information through the Purchasing Documents Open Interface. and Purchase.Internal. PO: Override Approved Supplier List Status If you have upgraded from a previous release. PO: Release During ReqImport Yes or No indicates whether Purchasing can automatically create releases during the Requisition Import process. or requisition lines to be displayed in approval notifications. PO: Restrict Requisition line modify to quantity split Yes or No indicates whether Purchasing restricts requisition line modify in AutoCreate to only splitting the quantity of a line. This profile determines the default value for funds reservation in the Approval window and the behavior for funds reservation in Oracle Purchasing workflows. If set to Yes and the Oracle General Ledger (GL) setup allows it. . in the purchase agreement Terms and Conditions window or the Supplier–Item Attributes window. PO: Notification Lines Display Limit Indicates the number of purchase order. PO: Override Funds Reservation Indicates whether the GL Funds Override capability should be utilized. This profile option affects only blanket purchase agreements and catalog quotations imported through the Purchasing Documents Open Interface. This profile option is used only if price tolerances are not already defined at lower levels.

you could log into this secondary e– mail account and resend it from there.PO: Secondary E–mail Address When using e–mail purchase orders (PO). The default value is No. PO: Terms and Conditions File Name For e–mailed purchase orders this profile identifies the name of the optional terms and conditions file. you will see this profile option in the application. usually by technical support staff only. responsibility. Caution: For performance reasons. This text file needs to be placed in one of the directories specified in the UTL_FILE parameter in the INIT. PO: Set Debug Concurrent ON This profile option is used. for finding problems with Requisition Import. for finding problems with Purchasing workflow processes. unless you are instructed otherwise by Oracle Corporation for debugging purposes. . PO: Supplier Pricing Method If you have upgraded from a previous release. but the profile option is no longer used. and site levels. It can also be updated at the user. The default value is No. responsibility. unless you are instructed otherwise by Oracle Corporation for debugging purposes. usually by technical support staff only. application. it is very important that this profile option always be set to No. entry of unit of measure (UOM) is restricted to those in this UOM class. PO: Set Debug Workflow ON This profile option is used. The user can view and update this profile option. Caution: For performance reasons. and site levels. it is very important that this profile option always be set to No. application. The user can view and update this profile option. It can also be updated at the user.ORA file and the file path indicated by the profile PO: In File Path. enter an e–mail address to send a copy of the e–mail PO to someone in your company. If it is necessary to resend the e–mail. PO: UOM Class for Temp Labor Services Oracle Services Procurement: For a rate based temp labor line type.

PO: Warn if RFQ Required before AutoCreate Yes or No indicates whether you are given a warning message and an opportunity to cancel autocreate if . Set this profile option to No if you do not have iProcurement installed or do not want to display the procurement card field to buyers. Releases. Purchasing windows can physically display the procurement card field even if iProcurement is not installed and procurement cards aren’t used. PO: Use P–Cards in Purchasing Set this profile option to Yes if you use procurement card—also known as P–Card or corporate credit card—numbers on requisitions in iProcurement. PO: Use Need–by Date for Default Autocreate grouping Yes indicates that the need–by date on the requisition is included with the defaults to group requisition lines. Note that this only applies when creating a new purchase order. PO: Use Requisition Line Numbers on Autocreated Purchase Order Lines Yes indicates that the requisition line numbers are used on autocreated purchase order lines. PO: VMI Enabled Oracle Vendor Managed Inventory: Yes or No indicates whether Vendor Managed Inventory (VMI) is enabled in Oracle Purchasing.PO: Use Document GL date to Unreserve Yes or No indicates whether the GL date of the document is used for encumbrance reversal actions that do not support entry of a GL date (Reject/Return) and as a default for actions that do allow entry of a date (Cancel/Final Close/Unreserve). and Purchase Order Headers summary windows. Therefore. set this profile option to No if you are not using procurement cards. PO: Use Ship–to for Default Autocreate grouping Yes indicates that the ship–to organization and location on the requisition is included with the defaults to group requisition lines. Set this profile option to Yes to display the procurement card number in the Purchase Orders.

you must start the Workflow Background Engine. the workflow will continue creating the document.) Even if an RFQ is required for the requisition line. It is recommended that you set this process to run frequently. note that setting this profile option to Yes can affect the workflow. The default value is Background. PO: Write Server Output to File Yes or No indicates whether log details are written to a flat file rather than to the standard concurrent manager details log viewable through the View Log button in the Submit Request window when running the Purchasing Documents Open Interface program. PO: Workflow Processing Mode Affects the performance of the Purchasing approval workflow processes: Online :-Completes an entire approval workflow process before letting you proceed to the next activity. You need to consider a value for this profile option only when debugging a price/sales catalog submission from your supplier through the Purchasing Documents Open Interface. Note: When this profile option is set to Background. If you use the PO Create Documents workflow to create purchase orders automatically from approved requisition lines. If it is set to Yes and the requisition line is not on an RFQ (but RFQ Required is checked for the requisition line). . No means log details are written to the concurrent manager log screen. you can always view the current status of a requisition or purchase order through the Requisitions Summary or Purchase Orders Summary windows. which improves performance.one or more of the requisition lines selected for inclusion requires an RFQ and has not been placed on an RFQ. Whichever option you choose. the workflow stops automatic document creation because it is unable to issue the warning. which can cause overflow problems for large catalogs. if you are using it for Background mode approvals. Leaving this profile option blank means log details are not written at all. as long as this profile option is set to No. Yes means log details are written to a flat file. which you access through the System Administrator responsibility. but provides you with an updated Status (for purchase orders) as soon as it finishes. (The requisition line will still be available in the AutoCreate Documents window. Background : Enables you to proceed to the next activity while the approval process completes in the background.

you can reject an entire Advance Shipment Notice (ASN) if any ASN line fails validation or processing. RCV: Processing Mode Indicates the processing mode used after you save your work for receiving transactions: The transaction goes to the interface table. . and when you match unordered receipts. RCV: Debug Mode If set to Yes. RCV: Default Include Closed PO Option If it is set to Yes.RCV: Allow routing override Yes or No indicates whether the destination type assigned during requisition or purchase order entry can be overridden at receipt time. These are some of the profile option values from the core modules. Any setting other than Yes prevents receiving against orders using the Receiving Open Interface with the status of Closed for Receiving. a search in the Enter Receipts window and the Receiving Transactions window automatically select the Include Closed POs checkbox. The Receiving Open Interface (including ASN) will allow a receipt against orders with the status of Closed for Receiving if this profile is set to Yes. then you can accept an ASN if at least one ASN line is successful. where it will be picked up the next time the Receiving Transaction Processor runs. The transaction goes to the interface table. RCV: Fail All ASN Lines if One Line Fails If you choose Yes. debug messages will be printed to the concurrent log file. The Receiving Transaction Processor is called directly. RCV: Print Receipt Traveler Yes or No indicates whether Purchasing automatically prints the receipt traveler when you perform a receipt or a receiving transaction. and RCV: Processing Mode set to Immediate or Batch. If you choose No. You can always print receipt travelers from the Submit Requests window. Your search results will then include closed orders. and the Receiving Transaction Processor is called for the group of transactions that you entered since you last saved your work.

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