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Exciting New Features Available For The Inventory Transactions Analyzer

Todd Cerny
Principal Technical Support Engineer

Audience: Users of Oracle EBS Inventory

What We Are Announcing

Based on the feedback of Customers and users of the EBS Inventory Analyzers, the Inventory Transactions Analyzer Maintenance Team has released version 200.23 of the Inventory Transactions Analyzer. Version 200.23 includes exciting new parameters and additional proactive signatures for diagnosing and resolving data issues. The goal is to make the analyzer more user friendly for all users, and provide even more information and solutions.

The analyzer can be found at MOS document:

New feature highlights:

  • Parameter changes:
    -To make the analyzer easier to run for all users, the team changed the main parameters from the table level organization_id and item_id, to the screen descriptions of the organization code and item

    -To return more detailed data per inventory item attributes, the team added new parameters to run the analyzer by serial, lot, or WMS license plate numbers
    -To provide even more data, the team increased the default display rows from 20 to 50
  • Data analysis additions
    -The team added 9 or more new data checks including item revision, zero onhand quantity, and serial number mismatch
    -The team hid the onhand quantity mismatch (MOQD-MMT) signature when an organization is WMS enabled, so results are not misleading for WMS enabled organizations
  • WMS License Plate Number (LPN) additions
    -The team added WMS license plate number information including two signatures in the item Section for LPN's
  • Appscheck changes
    -Made changes to the appscheck file versions signature to include only Inventory (INV), Warehouse Management (WMS), and Shipping (WSH)
  • Patch checking additions
    -Added RUP17 to recommended patches
    -Added 12.2.8 checks

    The Inventory Transactions Analyzer Maintenance Team is striving to enhance the analyzer to provide as many transactions scenarios and as many solutions as possible. Be sure to help us by sharing your comments, suggestions, or questions in Doc ID 1499475.1.

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