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    Kranthi Bharadwaj Achanta
    19B - Sales Order number generation according to Business...Answered
    Topic posted May 20, 2019 by Kranthi Bharadwaj AchantaRed Ribbon: 250+ Points, tagged Order Management 
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    Title:
    19B - Sales Order number generation according to Business Unit
    Summary:
    From 19B onwards we have a new feature wherein we would be able to generate Sales Order numbers.
    Content:

    Hi Everyone,

     

    From 19B onwards we have a new feature wherein we would be able to generate Sales Order numbers.Below is the implementation guide link.

    https://docs.oracle.com/en/cloud/saas/supply-chain-management/19b/faiom/set-up-order-processing.html#FAIOM3336754

     

    But our concern is whether we have a route to define SO numbers according to the business unit?

    I didn't find any pointers in that direction....

    Please give me your inputs...

     

    Regards,

    Kranthi

    Version:
    19B

    Best Comment

    Sandeep Kurur

    As of 19B, you cannot configure order numbering at the Business Unit level.

    Regards,
    Sandeep

    Comment

     

    • Shyam Singh Patel

      Hi Kranthi,

      You need to raise an SR

      Note these points:

      • Order Management uses the predefined sequence when it creates a sales order, a return order, or an order for an internal material transfer.
      • If you're updating from 19A to 19B, then you can use an upgrade script that Oracle provides. You apply the script during the update process. It resets the initial value of the ORA_FOM_DOC_SEQUENCE_AUTO predefined document sequence.
      • If you don’t want to use the predefined sequence, then you can enable the Retain Sales Order Number for Orchestration Order Number option. This option instructs Order Management to continue to use order numbers that some other system creates, and not to use the predefined sequence
    • Sandeep Kurur

      As of 19B, you cannot configure order numbering at the Business Unit level.

      Regards,
      Sandeep