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  • Niamath Jeddy

    Shivam,

    You can set up audit for specific attributes (restricted to the list available in the audit setups). Please refer the audit setup task for items and check if the attribute you are interested in is available in it.

     

    Regards,

    Niamath

  • Kumar

    New Item Requests (NIR) will fit your requirement. Please check below link.

    https://docs.oracle.com/en/cloud/saas/supply-chain-management/18c/fapim/managing-new-product-definition-and-approval.html#FAPIM267837

  • Niamath Jeddy

    One option is

    • Enable audit for items
    • develop a custom BI report to report based on audit shadow table "EGP_SYSTEM_ITEMS_B_"
    • Schedule this report to be run and sent to specific people.


    Fusion PDH: Tracking Of Item Changes History (Doc ID 2477044.1)

     

    Regards,

    Niamath

  • Sunny Todkari

    Screenshot2 attached.

  • Sunny Todkari

    Cause: Item Extensible Flexfields were not redeployed after the update to 11.13.18.02.0.

    Solution:

    1. Redeploy Item Extensible Flexfields

    a. Setup and Maintenance
    b. Search -> Deploy Item Extensible Flexfields
    c. Enter -> EGO_ITEM_EFF into Flexfield Code -> Seach
    d. Highlight EGO_ITEM_EFF line from Search Results
    e. Actions -> Refresh & Deploy Offline (**NOTE** please make sure to run the 'Refresh and deploy OFFLINE' option only and not just 'Refresh and deploy')

    This process could take a little while to complete depending on the number of items you have. Wait until the "clock" symbol goes away in the Status field

    2. Once done please log out and wait for approximately an hour before logging back and testing the flow again.

     

    Refer: Fusion PIM: Definition Error When Searching for an Item (Doc ID 2416365.1)

  • Shabbeer Shaik

    Hey Vasanth:

    Yes, its under Application Composer.

    1. You need to enable sandbox.

    2. Create Custom Object, Fields & Layout with the fields from Application Composer.

    3. Publish Sandbox.

    4. Your Object shows up in Main Navigator screen.

    5. Click on your Object which will open page layout to fill the data.

    6. Now the Custom Object & Data is accessible from Item Rules.

    Thanks,

    Shabbeer

  • Sunny Todkari

    Goto product management > product information management > manage delete groups > enter the name for delete group > add the item > save > check constraints

     

    Constraints maintain data integrity so that pending transactions are not affected during purges.

    After saving a delete group, choose Check Constraints on the Edit Delete Group page to ensure that it is safe to submit the objects for submission.

     

    Once this is done, click on submit for deleting the item group.

     

     

  • Kumar
    R13 : New Item Request And Change Order Workflow Management White Paper (Doc ID 1960108.1)
  • Magesh Kesavapillai

    You can achieve your requirement by following the below approach:

    - Setup an EFF attribute to store use entered value for item number.

    - In your item number generation rule, add suitable IF conditions.

         - If it is a style item, copy the EFF attribute value into item number. (User will enter value for the item number in the EFF attribute which will be copied over to style item number by the rule)

         - If it is a SKU item, (Style item number) + (variant Attribute).

     

  • Piyush Bihany

    Item Revision - Master Org - 0

  • Piyush Bihany

    Item Revision - Child Org - A.1

  • Niamath Jeddy

    Please check if below navigation helps.

  • Steven Cascio

    For Product Hub, item data security can be used to control editing of EFFs and other item content. The link to the security reference for Product Hub is: https://docs.oracle.com/en/cloud/saas/supply-chain-management/19a/faspm/index.html  There is also a white paper available on the Support docs.

  • Rohit Mathur

    Hi Wim,

    You can use try using the following rule:

    If Expression: !IsNull(Item.Main.[Item Description])
    Validation Condition: exists( [Supplier].[Intersection Primary].[Primary Supplier] == 'Y')

    Please note that this rule will run every time an item is created or saved.

    Do let me know if this helps.

    Regards,

    Rohit

  • Mohammed Rafi

    MOSC - My Oracle Support Community

    Hope this helps