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  • Yasmin
    Inv Org. issue with BU and LEAnswered244.7
    Topic posted March 9, 2018 by YasminSilver Trophy: 7,500+ Points, tagged How-To, Inventory Cloud, SCM, Setup, Supply Chain Financial Orchestration in Inventory and Logistics > Inventory public
    Title:
    Inv Org. issue with BU and LE
    Summary:
    Inv Org. issue with BU and LE
    Content:
    Hi Experts,
    Need your help 
    1) How can we capture Input Tax Credits (ITC) and claim the same (i.e. the correct Procuring Legal Entity needs to appear on the Purchase Order, and associated Invoices need to have a matching Legal Entity name)
    2) How to configure the enterprise structure so can we purchase by one legal entity on behalf of another legal entity
    3) How can we hold inventory at one location in a single Inventory Organisation
    4) Can we share inventory between legal entities
  • Rommel Ben Vasquez
    Is there a File-Based Data Import (FBDI) for Item...125.0
    Topic posted July 15, 2018 by Rommel Ben VasquezBronze Medal: 1,250+ Points, tagged How-To, Inventory & Cost Management Analytics Cloud, Inventory Cloud, Tip in Inventory and Logistics > Inventory public
    Title:
    Is there a File-Based Data Import (FBDI) for Item Orgs and Inventory Orgs or related facility to do mass upload?
    Summary:
    We are looking for a file-based data import (fbdi) template for mass creation of item organizations and inventory organizations.
    Content:

    We are looking for a file-based data import (fbdi) template for mass creation of item organizations and inventory organizations. We are going to migrate more than a hundred and we hope there is a facility where we could create these records efficiently into a new instance and migrate into succeeding environments. 

    We have check this site https://docs.oracle.com/en/cloud/saas/supply-chain-management/r13-update18a/oefsc/toc.htm but we are not to find an FBDI for Item Organization and Inventory Organizations. Thanks.

  • Shravan Kumar Chelika
    REST Webservices to get Cycle Count items within a LocatorAnswered115.0
    Topic posted July 19, 2018 by Shravan Kumar ChelikaRed Ribbon: 250+ Points, tagged Inventory Cloud, SCM in Inventory and Logistics > Inventory public
    Title:
    REST Webservices to get Cycle Count items within a Locator
    Summary:
    Looking for REST Webservice which would return cycle count items based on Cycle count name and Locator
    Content:

    Hi All,

    I am trying to get Cycle count items within a locator, is there a webservice available to get this information?

    Here is my process :

    I am using REST Webservices Rel 13 18 A for doing Cycle count.

    1. Get cycle count definitions information using : /fscmRestApi/resources/11.13.18.02/cycleCountDefinitions

    2.Get Cycle Count subinventories associated with the cycle count name selected above : /fscmRestApi/resources/11.13.18.02/cycleCountDefinitions/{CycleCountHeaderId}/child/countSubinventories

    3.Get all locator within the subinventory selected above : /fscmRestApi/resources/11.13.18.02/activeLocators?q=SubinventoryCode=Stores

    Once the locator is selected, I would like to show the cycle count items within that locator for that Cycle Count

    the existing webservice : /fscmRestApi/resources/11.13.18.02/cycleCountDefinitions/{CycleCountHeaderId}/child/countItems does not support it, the output would give you the items for that Cycle count but does not include locator/subinventory information in it.

    {
      "items" : [ {
        "CycleCountItemId" : 300100002756510,
        "InventoryItemId" : 663838,
        "ItemNumber" : "CYC01-100",
        "ItemDescription" : "Plain Item",
        "AbcClassId" : 42,
        "AbcClass" : "Class A",
        "IncludeInScheduleCode" : 1,

     

  • Dev Thota
    Work Order(WO): Requisition is approved without...85.0
    Topic posted July 22, 2019 by Dev ThotaGold Trophy: 10,000+ Points, tagged Agreement Loader, Approvals, Approvals/Notification, Budget/Encumbrance, Business Intelligence - BI, Internal Material Transfer, Inventory Cloud, Manage Procurement Catalog, OTBI, Public Sector, Requisition Import, Requisition Mobile, Requisition Processing, Requisition Web Services, White Paper in Procurement > Self Service Procurement public
    Title:
    Work Order(WO): Requisition is approved without approval.
    Summary:
    Work Order(WO): Requisition is approved without approval.
    Content:

    Hi all,

    Work Order(WO): Requisition is approved without approval.

     

    Thanks,

    Dev Thota.

    Version:
    19B
  • Jim Van Tongerloo
    Inventory Organization vs Item Organizations8
    Topic posted July 24, 2018 by Jim Van TongerlooGold Trophy: 10,000+ Points, tagged Inventory Cloud, SCM, Setup in Product Lifecycle Management > Product Master Data Management public
    Title:
    Inventory Organization vs Item Organizations
    Summary:
    What are the differences?
    Content:

    Hi,

    I'm new to the SCM scene and next to our basic P2P flow in the environment, I'm setting up a basic inventory flow as well.

    I've got several items which I will purchase and take into stock.

    I've got 1 inventory organization for my legal entity/BU: MASTER_INV_ORG.

    I've set up two subinventories below this inventory organization (Storage/Receiving).

    I've also created a few items which I've associated with this inventory organization (MASTER_ING_ORG).

    The Procurement Business Function also uses this one as the 'Inventory Organization'.

    Now I'm confused at what exactly is an Item Organization and why I would need it:

     

    You must create item organizations before you can create items in Oracle Fusion Product Hub.

     

    This is a sentence from the 'Implementing Product Management' book. I might disagree, because like I've just told you, I did create items but I have no 'Item Organizations' created in my LE/BU.

    So I find this in the book:

     

    • Item Organizations: An organization structure that does not have dependencies on business units or legal entities.
    • Inventory Organizations: An organization structure that requires business units and legal entities. Used by the Oracle Fusion Material and Logistics and Procurement applications.

    There's a lot more on the differences, but could someone tell me what the best practice is here?

    • Do I need an Item Organization?
    • Do I need a second Inventory organization because I only have this 1 MASTER inv org?
    • Any other tips/tricks/suggestions/best practices..?

    Please advice.

    Jim

  • Dev Thota
    Unable to create a receipt in my receipts?75.0
    Topic posted July 8, 2019 by Dev ThotaGold Trophy: 10,000+ Points, tagged Agreement Loader, Approvals, Approvals/Notification, Internal Material Transfer, Inventory Cloud, OTBI, Public Sector, Requisition Import, Requisition Mobile, Requisition Processing, Tip in Inventory and Logistics > Inventory public
    Title:
    Unable to create a receipt in my receipts?
    Summary:
    Unable to create a receipt in my receipts?
    Content:

    Hi all,

    Unable to create a receipt in my receipts?

    PO created through work order(WO).

    Thanks,

    Dev Thota.

    Version:
    19B
    Image:
  • Sabarish Ganda
    Can we restrict items visibility in RequisitionsAnswered7
    Topic posted January 11, 2019 by Sabarish GandaGold Medal: 3,500+ Points, tagged Create Requisition, FAQ, Inventory Cloud, Manage Procurement Catalog in Procurement > Self Service Procurement public
    Title:
    Can we restrict items visibility in Requisitions
    Summary:
    Can we restrict certain items to be visible to only certain users not to all users in requisitions
    Content:

    For Example:

    As a requester1, I should be able to see the itemA when I search for Items in requisitions

    and As a requester2, I should not see those. 

    Can we do it?

     

    Version:
    Oracle Fusion R13
  • Prateek Parasar
    How to do subinventory transfer from Web Service75.0
    Topic posted December 18, 2018 by Prateek ParasarGold Crown: 30,000+ Points, tagged How-To, Internal Material Transfer, Inventory Cloud, SCM in Inventory and Logistics > Inventory public
    Title:
    How to do subinventory transfer from Web Service
    Summary:
    SubInventory transfer using Soap request
    Content:

    Is there a webservice in SCM cloud which allows me to raise a subinventory transfer request ?  Is there any other way to do this automatically using a file loader etc ?

  • Ashok
    Part 1: Inventory Organizations, Deliver-to Locations,...75.0
    Topic posted November 16, 2018 by AshokBlack Diamond: 60,000+ Points, tagged How-To, Inventory Cloud, Requisition Processing, Setup in Procurement > Self Service Procurement public
    Title:
    Part 1: Inventory Organizations, Deliver-to Locations, Subinventories: Interactions in Self Service Procurement Flows
    Summary:
    An overview of how inventory organizations, deliver-to locations, subinventories interact in Self Service Procurement transaction flows
    Content:

    Customers

    A lot of you have recently posted various issues/questions on topics that primarily relate to one idea:

    A better understanding of how the following entities are used in Self Service Procurement flows:

    a) Inventory Organization

    b) Deliver-to Location

    c) Subinventories

    Part 1:

    I am writing this article in the hope that it will clarify a lot of these questions on behavior, interactions and process.

    Part 2:
    I will be discussing why and how an understanding of these interactions is important in the next part. Stay tuned.

    1. Glossary:

    Before we go any further, let us get some terms understood clearly.

    A. Requisitioning BU:

    A business unit that has the business function 'Requisitioning' defined. This is the cornerstone of the Self Service Procurement application. See setup: Manage Business Unit for more details

    B. Inventory Organization:

    In the context of Self Service Procurement, the first thing to note is that the terminology you will see is 'Deliver-to Organization'. This is the inventory organization that carries master items that are then configured as part of catalogs or on master agreements to then make it available for shoppers in the shopping flows. Setup: Manage Inventory Organizations

    NOTE: For the purposes of this article, I will be using the two terms interchangeably

    C. Location:

    This typically represents a physical location where a requester's items ought to be delivered. Setup: Manage Locations

    D. Subinventory:

    A subinventory is a sub entity of an inventory organization. It typically represents a storage facility for items. Subinventories are setup in the context of an inventory organization. Setup: Manage Subinventories and Locators.

    2. Relationships:

    Here is a quick overview of how these entities are related (as far as Self Service Procurement flows go)

    1. A Requisitioning BU is associated with one or more inventory organizations using the Manage Business Unit attribute in the inventory organization setup (See Screenshot A in the attached word document)

    NOTES: One Requisitioning BU can be associated to multiple deliver-to organizations through this setup

    2. A Location is associated to an inventory organization in two ways:

    a) In the Inventory Organization setup, you select a location

    b) In the Manage Locations setup, you can associate that location to a 'default' inventory organization (See Screenshot B in the attached document)

    NOTES: 

    a) These are not reciprocal. One location can be assigned to several inventory organizations via a). But one location can only be assigned one inventory organization via b)

    b)  If no inventory organization is associated to a location in b), that is termed a 'Global Location'.

    3. A subinventory is associated with an inventory organization via Manage Subinventories and Locators setup. One inventory organization can have one or more subinventories associated with it

    4. A deliver-to organization is stamped on a requisition line primarily from the Requisition Preferences setup as follows:

    a) If the Deliver-to Location setup in Requisition Preferences is a 'Global' location, then the default deliver-to organization from the Configure Requisitioning Business Function setup is used

    b) If the Deliver-to Location setup in Requisition Preferences is associated to a deliver-to organization in the Manage Locations setup, then that is used

    NOTE: A requisition on multiple lines can be associated to different Deliver-to Organizations as you can deduce from the above.

    5. The list of subinventories available in the Requisition Preferences page is based on 2 factors:

    a) Until the Deliver-to Location is picked, the list of subinventories will be all subinventories that belong to any deliver-to organization associated with the Requisitioning BU

    b) After a Deliver-to Location is picked, the list of subinventories will be restricted to only those that belong to the deliver-to organization associated with that deliver-to location (See D above)

     

  • Divya Panuganti
    Webservice for subinventory transfer6
    Topic posted September 15, 2019 by Divya PanugantiGreen Ribbon: 100+ Points, tagged Inventory Cloud in Inventory and Logistics > Inventory public
    Title:
    Webservice for subinventory transfer
    Summary:
    Please provide a webservice that can be used for subinventory transfer
    Content:

    Is there a webservice that can be used for subinventory transfer - either SOAP or REST