Friday Feb 20, 2015

Internal Requisition, Internal Sales Order Change Management

Changes to quantity and dates on an Internal Sales Order are allowed in 12.1.1+. These changes are automatically propagated to the corresponding Internal Requisition.

Similarly, cancellations on Internal Sales Orders are propagated to the corresponding Internal Requisition and priorities are propagated from Internal Requisition to Internal Sales Orders.

You can also assign different order types to an Internal Sales Order, while creating it from an Internal Requisition.  You can also leverage the Defaulting Rules of Order management to default a suitable Order Type, according to your business process.



For a complete detailed flow from setup to process, review New Features 12.1.1 Internal Requisition Internal Sales Order Change Management, Doc ID 854051.1.

Tuesday Aug 19, 2014

Substitute Items on Internal Sales Orders

Oracle Order Management now enables you to substitute items on internal sales order lines to manage item availability.  Oracle Order Management enables you to substitute items on internal sales order lines to manage item availability. Source organizations can decide to ship a substitute item in case the original item is not available to be shipped. The application supports manual (using Related Items window) and automatic (using ATP functionality) substitutions.

To substitute an item on ISO, you must ensure that the value of the Item Substitution on Internal Order system parameter is set to a value other than None. In addition, you must ensure to define substitute item relationships and automatic item substitution setup in the system. The application provides the option to not send the notifications when any change happens on the ISO related to quantity, schedule arrival date, or item. You can control these notifications using the OM: Send Notifications of Internal Order Change profile option.

For additional information refer to the Oracle Order Management Release Notes for Release 12.2.4 (Doc ID 1906521.1).

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