Following are the list of features that are typically available in Oracle Item master. Standard Items attributes (270) DFFs (20) Categories (15+) Catalogue (5+) Item Relationship (2) Item x reference (supplier or customer or internal organzation ( 2) Item cost (1) Item Selling price (not part of item master, Advance pricing) Item purchase price (Purchasing…
Items, category and catalogue are configured as key flexfield shared by Oracle. These flexfields allow us to configure the field as per our requirements.
There are broadly two types of subinventories 1/ Storage type 2. Receiving type For receiving type of subinventory you need to define a location and link it to organization. However for storage type of subinventory location location definition is not required
Here we cover how we can define locators in Organization. Locator is a KFF in Oracle Inventory. So identify how many different segments required , they values and required/optional attributes are discussed. Watch this video to understand the details of defining locators in Oracle Inventory
This topic will help students to learn how to define independent and dependent value set in Oracle Apps. It will also explain What is value set, values of a value set. How to enable a flexfield on subinventory form of Oracle Inventory? Watch the video below to understand this setup.
What is defaulting rule and how it can increase efficiency of order entry personnel?Can we default attribute x from attribute y and then use attribute x to default attribute z, basically cascading of attribute defaulting? how can it be accomplished in Oracle order management