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Practice - Defining Finished Goods Assemblies, Components, and Subinventories

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Practice - Defining Finished Goods Assemblies, Components, and Subinventories


Overview
Oracle Work in Process is integrated with other Oracle applications, so you will be setting up functions to be used later in executing transactions. In Oracle Inventory you define the items to be produced, the components used production, and the subinventories where they reside. Templates are used to specify sets of attributes for simplifying item definitions. Once defined, items are assigned to organizations. In this practice, you will: Create master items and components using templates Associate those items with inventory organizations Create subinventories where material and final assemblies are stored

Assumptions
You must have access to an Oracle Application Vision database or comparable training or test instance at your site to complete this practice. Students log into Oracle with User Name mfg and Password welcome; your instructor might have a different User Name and Password for you to use. Students use the M1 organization. Students replace XX with a unique identifier, such as initials or something easy to remember.

Tasks
Defining a master item assembly and components 1. Navigate to the Master Item window, and use the information in the following table to create a finished goods item that you will use to build a discrete job (work order): XX stands for your unique identifier Apply the Finished Good template Set the attributes for the item, as indicated Note: System entry is case sensitive, so you need to remember the case of the items you are creating.

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Item (Main tab) XX-PC

Description (Main tab) XX PC Assembly

BOM Allowed (Bill of Material tab) Yes

Build in WIP (Work in Process tab) Yes

2. 3. 4.

Remaining in the Master item window, assign the assembly to the M1 organization. Save your work. Remaining in the Master Item window, use the following table to create components for your finished goods assembly: XX stands for your unique identifier Apply the Subassembly template for the CPU and the Cable Set Apply the Purchased Item template for all the other components Assign the items to the M1 organization while remaining in the Master Items window
Item (Main tab) XXCPU XXCable XXMonitor XXKeyboard XXWire XXPlug XXBox Description (Main tab) CPU for PC Cable Set 21 inch Monitor Keyboard Wire Plug Box for shipping Subassembly Subassembly Purchased Item Purchased Item Purchased Item Purchased Item Purchased Item Template

Defining subinventories 1. Navigate to the Subinventories window. 2. Create two subinventory records for your assemblies and components, using the information in the following table.
Subinventory Name XXFGI XXMAIN Subinventory Description Finished Goods Inventory Main Storeroom

3. Save your work and close all windows.

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Solution - Practice - Defining Finished Goods Assemblies, Components, and Subinventories, and Subinventories
Defining a master item assembly and components Responsibility = Inventory, Vision Operations 1. Navigate to the Master Item window. (N) Inventory > Items > Master Items

2. Enter the following information where XX stands for your unique identifier: Item = XX-PC Description = XX PC Assembly 3. Apply the Finish Good template. (M) Tools > Copy From. (B) Apply (B) Done
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4. On the Bill of Material tab, enable the BOM Allowed flag. 5. On the Work in Process tab, enable the Build in WIP flag. 6. Save your record. (M) File > Save 7. The assembly is assigned to the Master Organization V1, now assign the assembly to the M1 Inventory organization. Remaining in the Master Items window, select the Organization Assignment icon. It is enabled after you save your record.

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8. Enable the Assigned check box for the M1 organization. 9. Save your record. (M) File > Save 10. Select the Attribute Groups icon to display the Master Item window again. 11. Select the New icon, or (M) File > New to clear the Master Item window, this enables you to enter more part numbers. 12. Repeat Steps 2 11 using the following information. Ensure that you enter all data within those steps. Remember to save each record after entry to enable the Organization Assignment icon.
Item (Main tab) XXCPU XXCable Description (Main tab) CPU for PC Cable Set Subassembly Subassembly Template

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Item (Main tab) XXMonitor XXKeyboard XXWire XXPlug XXBox

Description (Main tab) 21 inch Monitor Keyboard Wire Plug Box for shipping

Template Purchased Item Purchased Item Purchased Item Purchased Item Purchased Item

13. Save your work and close all windows. (M) File > Close Form

Defining subinventories 1. Navigate to the Subinventories window. (N) Inventory > Setup > Organizations > Subinventories 2. In the Subinventories Summary window, choose New to display the Subinventories window.

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3. Create two subinventory records for your assemblies and components using information in the following table, where XX stands for your unique identifier. After saving your first record, select New from the File menu to clear the window and enter you second record. (M) File > Save (M) File > New
Subinventory Name XXFGI XXMAIN Subinventory Description Finished Goods Inventory Main Storeroom

4. Save your work and close the window.


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(M) File > Save (M) File > Close Form

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