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  • Huyen Nguyen

    Hi Sreehari,

    Thanks for your comment. Actually I already resolved by myself. Your reply is correct. Because the difference b/w user preference and legal entity timezone.




  • Sreehari Reddy

    Here is the  EX from Oracle NOTE, This May Help you:

    Cause of the issue is the Order was submitted and Scheduled Ship Date was set to 4/5/2019 6:59 AM UTC per User Preferences. But the Check Availability was showing the Item Arrive on 4/4/19(US Pacific Time)
    For the Organization#ABC, the timezone assigned is America/Los_Angeles (i.e. UTC-8)
    For the Organization#ABC, the timezone assigned is America/Los_Angeles (i.e. UTC-8) and User Preferences was in UTC. Due to which there is a mismatch in display of Time

    The Order was submitted and Scheduled Ship Date was set to 4/5/2019 6:59 AM UTC per User Preferences
    For the Organization#ABC, the timezone assigned is America/Los_Angeles (i.e. UTC-8)
    GOP always calculates the SSD at the end of day planning which is 11.59 PM of that day and hence you cannot get the same time as the requested date

  • Sreehari Reddy

    And Please Check you user Preference time zone.


  • Sreehari Reddy

    Hi Jenny,


    Please check your Organization Time Zone.

    Generally server is on UTC Time Zone. I think Because of this you are getting above results .. Please Verify ..

  • Venkatesh Malapati

    The Oracle Visual Builder Add-in for Excel allows you to access REST APIs from the spreadsheet to Manage Data from a REST Service Using an Excel Workbook. The Visual Builder Add-in for Excel is evolving and depending on how complex of interface/worksheet you need to build, it may be an option to look into further.



  • Venkatesh Malapati

    Please refer to Implement Security section which has an example on how to check if the user has a specific role granted or not through an extension.

  • Matt Johnson

    The best place to start is the Oracle SCM Cloud Using Global Order Promising documentation. It has a good discussion of these concepts. There's also an Oracle University Order Management and Fulfillment Cloud Implementation course, which includes four GOP-related lessons:

    • Global Order Promising – Introduction and Overview
    • Order Promising Rules
    • Key Order Promising Functionality
    • Data Collection and Global Order Promising Administration

    Finally, there's a whitepaper posted here on Cloud Customer Connect that may help: How Global Order Promising Sources Supply for Your Orders.

  • Yousif Badawi

    Is there any URL or video to understand GOP in simple way and the relation between ATP, Sourcing Rules, Assignments Roles and then how to link and configure all of them to work together in R13? Thank you in advance.

  • Andrea Del Sorbo


    if you want to include the sales order line in the open balance amount, PreCreditCheckedFlag can not be set yo Yes. If you don't want to approve the notification manually you have to release the credit chech hold of the sales order manually. 

    About the notification, I'm not sure about this specific notification of Credit check, but in most cases from the worklist of the notifications can be  massivly all the notifications and approve them in one shot by the approver. Or in some cases it can be created a rule to auto-approve the notification. This capability is in the BPM worklist, need to be investigated there.




  • Nora Muscio

    Hi Sukalyan,

    We implemented this solution ( PreCreditCheckedFlag) to "skip" credit checking for the lines in status "credit review pending",  otherwise the order lines were stuck on that status (credit review pending)..but we found out that these lines (skiped) are never included in the open orders amount...

    We need both functionality: include in the total open orders but also need to "skip" from credit review pending status (as a manual approvement).. can we do that?.


  • Venkatesh Malapati

    The notification you are referencing don't apply to Order Management Cloud and as mentioned in the earlier update, there are no plans at this time to move away from the current file based data import.

  • MaNik

    We have received this email notification from Oracle.

    Oracle introduced the new Data Import / Export Management Framework for Oracle Engagement Cloud to provide enhanced usability, reliability, and performance.  Oracle will decommission the older file-based Data Import / Export Framework in Fusion Applications 20C. Until then, we will support both the old and new frameworks to ensure you have adequate time for a smooth transition.

  • Venkatesh Malapati

    There are no plans at this time to support the import maps. Please elaborate the specific need or the requirement you have and we can check if it can be meet with an alternative option.

    If you need the import map support, please log an idea and product development will review the requirement further and prioritize depending on the number of customers who are looking for the same.

  • Huyen Nguyen

    Hi Riccardo,

    Thank for your information. You are correct. Actually my case is using Infinite-Availability-Based ATP Mode. Actually we have not defined any transit lead time or calendar constraint but the system still calculate schedule ship date by minus one day from requested date. And in some cases it is equal to requested date.



  • Riccardo Beretta

    Hi Manish,


    I think that if you go to 

    Tools-->File Import and Export--> Action--> upload the file and select the correct account

    than get back to 

    Tools-->Schedule Process--> Schedule New Process--> Import Orders and select the correct configuration

    you should be able to do what are you looking for.

    I hope this can be helpful somehow