Monthly Archives: January 2014

25 – Receiving

      Search for the Purchase Order against which you want to receive     Create a new receipt            Select the check box against the line which you want to receive and save to create a receipt   Ensure that the…

23 – Approved Supplier List

All procurement organizations maintain lists that associate the items and services they buy with the companies who supply them, either formally or informally. Data stored in a controlled, global repository containing relevant details about each ship-from/ship-to/item relationship, is known as…

22 – Sourcing Rules

    Purchasing lets you automatically source online requisitions with purchase agreements or quotations you create. You can easily assign any item with an item number to a specific purchase agreement or quotation. Purchasing automatically assigns the name of the supplier for…

19 – Sales Order

You can enter, view, and update sales orders using the Sales Orders window. You can also enter returns using the Sales Orders window. You can order standard items, both shippable and non-shippable, and configurations using this window. You can also…

20 – Receiving Parameters

        Use the Receiving Options window to define options that govern receipts in your system. Most of the options that you set here can be overridden for specific suppliers, items, and purchase orders.     Responsibility Purchasing Navigation Setup àOrganizations Receiving…

18 – Customer Setup

    You create customers so that you can properly record and account for sales transactions, as well as all other attributes of your selling relationships. Recording a sales transaction requires that a customer, stored as a party in Oracle Trading Community…

17 – Miscellaneous Transaction

With a miscellaneous transaction you can issue material to or receive material from general ledger accounts in your current organization. This allows you to issue material to groups that are not inventory, receiving, or work in process such as a…

16 – Open Inventory Period

    Oracle Inventory uses accounting periods to group material and work in process transactions for accounting purposes. An accounting period must be open for you to complete a transaction; that is, the transaction date you enter must fall within the beginning…