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SELECT THE PURCHASE ORDER AND THEN GIVE THE APPROPRIATE RECEIPT,THEN SHIPMENT NO.WILL BE AUTOMATICALLY GENERATED. CLICK ON FIND THE FOLLOWING SCREEN OPENS

CLICK ON INSPECT,THE FOLLOWING SCREEN OPENS

In the Quantity field, enter the positive or negative correction quantity for the current line. Making any entry on the line automatically selects the line. You can also use the line selector to select and deselect lines. You can also make corrections to quantities that you return to a supplier. For example, you receive 100 items, and you use a Return To Supplier transaction to return 10 items to the supplier because they were damaged. Then you realize that only 9 items were damaged. This means that, in the

Corrections window, you must enter a correction of -1 for the Return to Supplier transaction. Purchasing moves the item from the supplier to your receiving supply. If you additionally want to move the item from your receiving supply to your on-hand supply, you must additionally enter a correction of -1 for the Return to Receiving transaction. VIEW RECEIVING TRANSACTIONS

RECEIVING

CLICK ON FIND

NOTE: You cannot enter returns for internal shipments (that is, shipments with a Source Type of Internal).

MANAGE SHIPMENTS Use the Find Intransit Shipments window to find source documents for which you can enter shipment information. You can also use the Find Intransit Shipments window to view validated Advance Shipment Notices (ASNs). TRANSACTION STATUS SUMMARY

TRANSACTION MANAGER NAVIGATION: SETUPTRANSACTIONINTERFACE MANAGERS

The transaction managers execute the following processes: material transaction, demand reservation, move transaction, resource cost transaction, remote procedure call, and material cost transaction. These run at periodic intervals you

specify until you delete them with the concurrent manager. They control the number of transaction workers, processing intervals, and number of transactions processed by each worker during each interval. For descriptions of the available managers see: Transaction Managers. You must start the material cost transaction manager to cost material transactions. This manager processes costing of all material transactions. You must also start the move transaction manager so that assemblies received from an outside processing supplier can be moved to the next operation. You do not have to launch these transaction managers if you decide to process all your transactions on-line and do not use the transaction interface. The use of multiple transaction workers enables parallel processing of transactions. This is especially helpful when processing a large batch of transactions. To view and update the transaction managers: 1. Navigate to the Interface Managers window. All existing transaction managers and their current status are displayed. 2. Enter the maximum number of rows to assign to the worker. 3. For WIP Move Transactions only: Specify the processing timeout in hours and minutes. After this time the move transaction manager no longer processes pending transactions and marks them as an error. 4. Save your work. To launch a transaction manager: 1. Select a transaction manager in the Interface Managers window. 2. Choose Launch Manager from the Tools menu. The Launch Inventory Managers window appears displaying the transaction manager you choose as the process to be submitted. Note: If the transaction manager is already active, Oracle Inventory displays a warning before displaying the new window. 3. Select a resubmit level. You can enter the start date and time to resubmit the transaction manager or an interval of time that the transaction manager polls the interface table for pending transactions. 4. Choose Submit.

INTRANSIT INVENTORY INTER-ORGANISATION TRANSFER The items you transfer must exist in both organizations. You can also transfer expense and asset items from one organization to another using intransit inventory. For example, you can transfer item A from organization X to organization Y, even though item A is under lot control only in organization X (you can specify the lot numbers for item A in organization X during the transfer transaction). However, you cannot transfer item B from organization X to organization Y if item B is under lot control only in organization Y (you cannot specify lot numbers for item B in the destination organization because you are performing a direct transfer). BORROW PAYBACK TRANSACTION

Enter the date and time of entry for the transaction. The date you enter is controlled by the INV:Transaction Date Validation profile option.

Select the desired transaction type. The available choices are as follows:

Project Borrow- Borrows items from a project o Project Payback- Payback borrowed items to a project o Project Transfer- Transfer Items to another project

ABC ANALYSIS NAVIGATION:Go to Inventory Responsibilty ABC CodesABC Compiles The following screen opens

The criterion can be

CYCLE COUNT

Cycle Counting is:


performed periodically to ensure accuracy of inventory quantities and values a method of taking inventory that does not require the inventory organization to shut down in order to count actual inventory items

performed by an inventory organization at the discretion of the INV Administrator; conducting a Physical Inventory is an alternative method of taking inventory

Responsibility The INV Administrator is responsible for:

setting up the cycle count parameters and scheduling

The INV Inventory Specialist is responsible for:


printing cycle count requests performing the item counting entering actual item counts resolving inventory discrepancies in the database

Save it Click on Items CST_COST_GROUPS HR_ALL_ORGANIZATION_UNITS_TL MTL_PICKING_RULES MTP_ATP_RULES BOM_RESOURCES

MFG_LOOKUPS FND_COMMON_LOOKUPS MTL_PARAMETERS HR_ORG_UNITS_NO_JOIN

Uncheck the Global check box if you want the location to only be available within the default Business Group of your current responsibility. Accept the

default if you want the location to be a global location and therefore available to all Business Groups. If you are setting up a global location, the location name must be unique across all Business Groups. If you are setting up a location for one Business Group, the location name must be unique within that Business Group and all global locations, but does not have to be unique across all Business Groups.

ACCOUNT ALIASES

An account alias is an easily recognized name or label representing a general ledger account number. You can view, report, and reserve against an account alias. During a transaction, you can use the account alias instead of an account number to refer to the account. The table associated with it is MTL_GENERIC_DISPOSITIONS

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