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  • Mohammed Kaja Nawaz L J

    Hi Magesh,

    I tried with "Merge" as well but no luck, I have updated both the payload (request and response) in the post as well as attached response payload, please let me know if any additional information is required.

    Thanks,
    Nawaz

     

  • Magesh Kesavapillai

    Can you try with <ns1:changeOperation>Merge</ns1:changeOperation>

    Also, pls share the return payload / log

  • Mohammed Kaja Nawaz L J

    Hi Magesh,

    I would be available from 3 pm to 5 pm IST. PFB contact number:

    +91 9884934612

    Thanks,
    Nawaz

  • Magesh Kesavapillai

    Hi, I would like to get more details on this. Are you available for a quick call sometime today (India time)? Please let me know the time and your number

  • Magesh Kesavapillai

    itemServiceV2 does support adding items to delete group (you can refer to the sample payload below).

    But it does not support submitting a delete group for execution.

    <soap:Envelope xmlns:soap="http://schemas.xmlsoap.org/soap/envelope/">

         <soap:Body>

              <ns1:deleteItem xmlns:ns1="http://xmlns.oracle.com/apps/scm/productModel/items/itemServiceV2/types/">

                   <ns1:itemId>300100020407796</ns1:itemId>

                   <ns1:orgId>204</ns1:orgId>

                   <ns1:deleteGroupName>DeSupportedItems_2017Q4</ns1:deleteGroupName>

            </ns1:deleteItem>

        </soap:Body>

    </soap:Envelope>

  • Vignesh Chandran

    Thanks. It worked. 

  • Vignesh Chandran

    Thanks . Really helpful.

  • Shabbeer Shaik

    Hi Vignesh:

    Yes, it's possible. Please refer 2009590.1 for details on how to use the Web services.

    Thanks,

    Shabbeer

  • Magesh Kesavapillai

    Yes. it is possible. Here is a sample payload to create Style Item using itemserviceV2:

    <soap:Envelope xmlns:soap="http://schemas.xmlsoap.org/soap/envelope/">

    <soap:Body xmlns:ns1="http://xmlns.oracle.com/apps/scm/productModel/items/itemServiceV2/types/" xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance" xmlns:ns7="http://xmlns.oracle.com/oracle/apps/scm/productCatalogManagement/items/protectedModel/">

            <ns1:createItem>

                <ns1:item xmlns:ns2="http://xmlns.oracle.com/apps/scm/productModel/items/itemServiceV2/">

                    <ns2:OrganizationCode>V1</ns2:OrganizationCode>

                    <ns2:PrimaryUOMValue>Each</ns2:PrimaryUOMValue>

                    <ns2:ItemNumber>Shirt_SC2584</ns2:ItemNumber>

                    <ns2:ItemStatusValue>Active</ns2:ItemStatusValue>

                    <ns2:ItemDescription>Shirt_Cotton</ns2:ItemDescription>

                    <ns2:ItemClass>Shirts</ns2:ItemClass>

                    <ns2:LifecyclePhaseValue>Design</ns2:LifecyclePhaseValue>

                    <ns2:UserItemTypeValue>Finished Good</ns2:UserItemTypeValue>

                    <ns2:TransactionConversionValue>Item specific</ns2:TransactionConversionValue>

                    <ns2:ItemExtensibleFlexfieldCategoryCode>Shirts</ns2:ItemExtensibleFlexfieldCategoryCode>

                    <ns2:StyleItemFlag>true</ns2:StyleItemFlag>

                 </ns1:item>

            </ns1:createItem>

        </soap:Body>

    </soap:Envelope>

     

    Sample payload for SKU:

            <ns1:createItem>

                <ns1:item xmlns:ns2="http://xmlns.oracle.com/apps/scm/productModel/items/itemServiceV2/">

                    <ns2:OrganizationCode>V1</ns2:OrganizationCode>

                    <ns2:PrimaryUOMValue>Each</ns2:PrimaryUOMValue>

                    <ns2:ItemNumber>Shirt_SC_2584_XL-STR_BL</ns2:ItemNumber>

                    <ns2:ItemStatusValue>Active</ns2:ItemStatusValue>

                    <ns2:ItemDescription>Cotton shirt XL Striped Blue</ns2:ItemDescription>

                    <ns2:ItemClass>Shirts</ns2:ItemClass>

                    <ns2:LifecyclePhaseValue>Design</ns2:LifecyclePhaseValue>

                    <ns2:UserItemTypeValue>Finished Good</ns2:UserItemTypeValue>

                    <ns2:TransactionConversionValue>Item specific</ns2:TransactionConversionValue>

                    <ns2:StyleItemFlag>false</ns2:StyleItemFlag>

                   

    <ns2:StyleItemNumberValue> Shirt_SC2584</ns2:StyleItemNumberValue>

                   <ns2:ItemExtensibleFlexfieldCategoryCode>Shirts</ns2:ItemExtensibleFlexfieldCategoryCode>

                   <ns2:ItemEffCategory xmlns:ns4="http://xmlns.oracle.com/apps/scm/productCatalogManagement/advancedItems/flex/egoItemEff/item/categories/"

    xsi:type="ns4:j_ItemEffVariantIcPrivate">

                          <ns4:ItemEFFBAG_5FNT_5FSR_5FVR_5FIL_5FCHAR_5F3PrivateVO

           xmlns:ns3="http://xmlns.oracle.com/apps/scm/productCatalogManagement/advancedItems/flex/egoItemEff/item/contexts/">

           <ns3:_Color>BLUE</ns3:_Color>

           <ns3:_Size>XL</ns3:_Size>

           <ns3:_Pattern>STRIPED</ns3:_Season>

         </ns4:ItemEFFBAG_5FNT_5FSR_5FVR_5FIL_5FCHAR_5F3PrivateVO>   

       </ns2:ItemEffCategory>

                 </ns1:item>

            </ns1:createItem>

        </soap:Body>

    </soap:Envelope>

  • Shyam Lakshman

    Try posting this question in the Product Development forum - https://cloudcustomerconnect.oracle.com/resources/1910bf93df/summary

  • Mario Cura Barba

    Hello Shyam,

    exactly, those notifications.

    Regards,

    Mario

  • Shyam Lakshman

    Are you referring to notifications generated by Change orders when modifying a BOM through a change order?

  • Shyam Lakshman

    This question should be posted in the Inventory forum.

  • Mario Cura Barba

    Hello All,

    yes, I wanted to check the current item specifications per area details.

    I already got it from Oracle documentation: https://docs.oracle.com/en/cloud/saas/supply-chain-management/18b/fapim/using-product-master-data-management.pdf

    Many thanks to all.

    Question solved.

    Regards,

    Mario

     

  • Sunny Todkari

    Item Specifications in cloud is equivalent to Item Attributes in EBS.

    Item will have different item specifications. You have different groupings such as manufacturing, service, purchasing, physical attributes, order management under item specifications.