Guide in Order Management Module in Oracle
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First of All: Define Flex-fields
First you describe the key and descriptive flex offerings and capture transaction information. This step is necessary if the optional key field descriptions Flex Fields consist of the use of the lawyer in the fields.Different default values here.
Second of All : Multiple Organizations
Identify multiple organizations in Oracle catalog. This step is optional.
Third of All: Inventory Organizations
Define your here(warehouses), parameters, sub inventories and easy to install oracle in the kingdom. Services and acts on the validation code are to get to know the content is also intended to be fulfilled orders.
If you plan to drop ship some orders, you must define at least one organization in order to obtain logical.You can have your item validation organization the same as the source of your inventory or logical organization of the reception, but cannot use one organization for three goals. It is required step.
Fourth of All: Profile Options
Describe profile options to specify the parameters for the implementation of several treatment options, and system options. This is a necessary step.
Fifth of All: Parameters
Adjust power management settings to validate items,enable customer relationships, and the default unit. This is a necessary step.
Sixth of All: Invoicing
Describe your billing information, including terms of payment, billing and accounting standards, accounting parameters automatically, territories, and the sources of the invoice. This is the first necessary step if you plan to move the billing information,Oracle Receivables. Provide some defaults.
Seventh of All: Sales persons
Consider the information for sales representatives. This is an optional step.
Eighth of All: Tax
Here you define tax features, such as codes, rates, exemptions and immunities.This is a necessary step.
Ninth of All: Quick Codes
Now, define Quick-Codes that provide fast values for custom lists many values through order management. This is the first necessary step if you plan to create user-defined codes for managing the use fast internal order. Provide default values.
10th of All: Workflow
Here you describe order and line dispensation flows to meet different needs and the type of command line. This is a necessary step.
11th of All: Document Sequences (Order Numbering)
Describe the sequence of documents for automatic or manual numbering of orders.This is a necessary step.
12th of All : Order Import Sources
Describe the sources for importing orders into Order Management. This is the first necessary step if you plan to import orders or returns in the management of orders.
13th of All: Units of Measure
Describe the units of measure are provided articles. This is a necessary step.
14th of All: Item Information
Describe the item information, including voice control attributes, categories and articles.This is a necessary step.
15th of All: Items
Describe the items that you sell, as well as container items. This is a required step.
16th of All: Configurations
Describe the configurations that you sell.This is the first necessary step if you plan on generating orders or returns for configured items. Provide some defaults.
17th of All: Pricing
Describe the price lists for every grouping of item and unit of quantify that you sell. Optionally, you can define pricing policy and parameters to add flexibility. This is a necessary step.
18th of All: Customer Classes
Describe the purchaser profile classes. This is the first necessary step if you plan to use customer profiles surrounding. Provide some default values.
19th of All: Customers
Determine information about its customers.This step is necessary.
20th of All: Item Cross References
Setthe element of cross-reference customer to order the part number, UPC, or any generic position. This step is optional, if you plan to use the functions around the element of cross-links. It was the number of default values.
21st of All: Sourcing
Define your sourcing rules for scheduling supply chain ATP functions.This is optional step.
22nd of All: Order Management Transaction Types (Order and Line Types)
Here you describe Order Management transaction types to classify orders and returns. For each order, you can assign a default price list, defaulting rules, the line, return line, line types, work flow activities, conditions and terms of payment of goods. This step is optional.
Note: The management provides NO seeded OM transaction types. For existing customers of Oracle Order Management to update the existing types of OM type of transaction during the upgrade process.
23rd of All: Cost of Goods Sold (COGS)
Set the cost of goods sold Flex combination of FAS (in COGS) in Oracle Inventory. This is the first necessary step if you plan to use the surrounding COGS.
24th of All: Processing Constraints
Defining the limits of care does not allow users to add the update, delete lines of division and how some aspects of withdrawal or return information of the order cycle. Using Order Management provides the constraints that prevent data integrity violations, or create your own. This step is optional. Were defined in default values of some processing constraints.
25th of All: Defaulting Rules
Identify the rules failed to determine the source and prioritization of default that information to reduce the amount of information, you must manually enter Sales Orders window.This step is optional. Several defaulting rules and values were determined.
26th of All: Credit Checking
Set up your credit check rule.This step is optional,if you plan to do any type of credit check.
27th of All: Holds
Describe the available automatic orders and returns. This step is optional,if you plan to have the automatic orders or returns.
28th of All: Attachments
Identify standard documents to attach by design to orders and returns. This is optional step.
29th of All: Freight Charges and Carriers
Set up freight charges and freight carriers to specify on orders. This is the first step required if you plan to charge customers to order goods or additional charges.
Finally, you define shipping parameters in Oracle Shipping Execution.
This is a necessary step.