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Multi - Org Setup

Multi-Org is a server-side (applications and database) enhancement that enables multiple business units in an enterprise to use a single installation of Oracle Applications products while keeping transaction data separate and secure. The Multi-Org enhancement uses native database views to build a security layer on top of a single installation of Oracle Applications. In Oracle Applications Release 11i,

Basic Business Needs The Multi-Org enhancement to Oracle Applications provides features necessary to satisfy the following basic business needs. You should be able to: Use a single installation of any Oracle Applications product to support any number of business units, even if those business units use different sets of books. Support any number of business units within a single installation of Oracle Applications. Secure access to data so that users can access only information that is relevant to them. Procure products from an operating unit that uses one set of book, but receive them from another operating unit using a different set of books. Sell products from an operating unit that uses one set of books, but ship them from another operating unit using a different set of books, automatically recording the appropriate intercompany sales by posting intercompany accounts payable and accounts receivable invoices. Report at any level of the organizational structure The Below is the structure of the Multi-Org

1.Login as sysadmin responsibility 2.Ddefine required responsibilities Navigation:security->responsibility->define 3.Define user and assign responsibilities to the user.

N:Security->user->define. 4.Login as GL Responsibility 5.Define accounting flexfield N:setup->financials->flexfield->key->segments 6.Give values for your segments N:setup->financials->flexfield->key->values. 7.Define Currency N:setup->Curriencies->define 8.Define Calender. N:Setup->financials->calender->Type/Accounting 9.Create SOB N:Setup->financials->book->define 10.Login as HRMS responsibility. 11.Define a location N:Work Structure->Location 12.Define a Business Group N:Works Structure->organization->description 13.Set the following Profile Options to all your responsibilities HR:security HR:bisiness group HR:User Type GL:Set of books name 14.Login As Inventoruy responsibility 15.Create legal entity N:Setup->organizations->organizations 16.Create Operatiing unit N:Setup->organizations->organizations 17.Set Profile option Mo:Operating unit for all responsibilites which is worked at operating unit level. 18.Create Work day calender 19.Create inventory Organization. N:Setup->organizations->organizations 20.Login as sysadmin and run replicate seed data program.

MOAC (Multi-Org Access Control)

In R12 we have a feature call MOAC (Multi-Org Access Control) which allows the user to submit requests, enter, view and access data of different Operating Unit without having to switch between responsibilities. MO: Operating Unit - It will restrict the access through responsibility to only one Operating Unit MO: Security Profile - It enables the user to get access on more than one Operating Unit by defining a security profile with Multiple Operating Unit and assigning it to the responsibility (If MO: Security Profile is set, then MO: Operating Unit is ignored by the system) MO: Default Operating Unit - It is used when we have more than one OU attached to a responsibility through security profile, among which you want a particular OU to be defaulted during transaction entry stages. When the responsibility is assigned with only one OU then that will become the default OU, without setting the profile option MO: Default Operating Unit HR: User Type - It limits the access on windows shared Oracle Human Resources and Other Applications HR: Business Group - We associate a Business Group with a responsibility using this profile option. It should be done for all responsibilities HR: Security Profile - When we define a new Business Group instead of modifying the predefined setup Business Group, you need to set the HR: Security Profile option to point the Security profile for the new Business Group. Oracle HRMS automatically creates a security profile with the Business Group name when you define a new Business Group