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steps involved in order management [message #163177] Wed, 15 March 2006 06:12 Go to next message
r_revathi31
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I am new to oracle order management. Can anybody tell me what are the steps involved in OM from creating sales order to invoice?
Re: steps involved in order management [message #163204 is a reply to message #163177] Wed, 15 March 2006 08:34 Go to previous messageGo to next message
David.K.Dickson
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Sorry, I don't know the answer, but if I had to find out for myself, I would start with the User Guide which can be downloaded (along with all of the other documentation) from http://www.oracle.com/technology/documentation/applications.html

HTH

David.
Re: steps involved in order management [message #182477 is a reply to message #163177] Sat, 15 July 2006 05:19 Go to previous messageGo to next message
B.T.S.Ananth
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Hi,

The Cycle you have mention is Order to Cash

Step 1. In Order management Responsibility
Sales order is Entered > Scheduled > Reserved > Booked > Release the order

Step 2. Inventory Responsibility
Transact Move Order
Select Pick wave tab query the order number(Allocate and Transact)

Step 3. Order Management Responsibility
Shipping > Transaction
Deliver the Order and do the ship confirm

Step 4. Run Background engine in inventory

Step 5. Import the Auto invoice Master Program in Receivable

U can find the invoice is created in Receivables

I hope u understood the flow

Regards,
B.T.S.Ananth

Re: steps involved in order management [message #182495 is a reply to message #163177] Sat, 15 July 2006 09:14 Go to previous messageGo to next message
aurobless
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Hi Ananth

You may also include the steps involved in Stock transfers between branches.

Warm Regards
K. Srinivasan
Re: steps involved in order management [message #182891 is a reply to message #163177] Tue, 18 July 2006 10:12 Go to previous messageGo to next message
karna_btech005
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hi,
r u learning or working in om
icon5.gif  Re: steps involved in order management [message #210885 is a reply to message #182477] Fri, 22 December 2006 23:14 Go to previous messageGo to next message
prasad_mp2
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hi ananth,
iam prasad done financials thing is that iam unable to schedule it it is showing item is not available in inventory though status is showing order is booked but when iam releasing the sales order when iamrefreshing the data pick slip report is showing with no errors but exception report is showing error
plaese try to help me its a very urgent or else pls give me ur mobile no ok so that ican intract with u please help me its very urgent

regards
prasad
mail:prasad_mp2@yahoo.co.in
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Re: steps involved in order management [message #210966 is a reply to message #210885] Sun, 24 December 2006 06:38 Go to previous messageGo to next message
B.T.S.Ananth
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hi Prasad,

please explain in detail what are all the steps you have done.

did you check the on hand ?
check the item attributes!
for more clarity cal me
my number is +919884022535

send me the screen shots

Regards,
B.T.S.Ananth
Re: steps involved in order management [message #211218 is a reply to message #163177] Wed, 27 December 2006 05:42 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Gennext
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Hi

I Hope Ananth has explained about Order To Cash

There are 3 Major Business Scenerio's In OM

1.Order To Cash
2.Dropshipment
3.RMA(Return Material Authorization)

Majorily the Module goes by these scenerio's. Also there are different Types of Dropship & Also RMA's. Once your familiar of these you can Concentrate on different Methods of these scenerio's.

Thanks & Regards,
Gennext
Re: steps involved in order management [message #211229 is a reply to message #163177] Wed, 27 December 2006 07:12 Go to previous messageGo to next message
prashant_pathak
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Hi,

You may want to see this thread

http://www.orafaq.com/forum/t/73636/82305/


Regards
Prashant Pathak
Re: steps involved in order management [message #277675 is a reply to message #211218] Wed, 31 October 2007 02:20 Go to previous messageGo to next message
nitin.functional
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Hi,

Can you please explain the 3 scenarios in details?

pls. Thanks in advance.
icon14.gif  Re: steps involved in order management [message #278964 is a reply to message #163177] Tue, 06 November 2007 08:10 Go to previous messageGo to next message
dhrubajyoti_nth
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The Order to Cach flow is as follows:
OM Flow and table level Information

Steps in Order Cycle:
1) Order Entry
2) Booking
3) Pick release : for this we have to go to
Shipping Responsibilty Release sales order
Here In this form , In the ORDER tab, we have to enter
ORDER Number
And delete the Scheduled shipped Dates To & Requested
Dates To.
In SHIPPING tab, set AUTO CREATE DELIVERY to YES. In
INVENTORY tab enter WAREHOUSE, set AUTO ALLOCATE to
YES and AUTO PICK CONFIRM to YES. IF we set AUTO PICK
CONFIRM to NO, then We have to go for the following
steps
1. go to Inventory Resp
Move order : Transact Move Order then it will ask for
warehouse information. Give the same name as before
[M2]
In this form, In the HEADER tab, enter the BATCH
NUMBER of the order that is picked .Then Click FIND
Button. Click on VIEW/UPDATE Allocation, then
Click TRANSACT button. Then Transact button will be
deactivated then just close it and go to next step.

4) Shipping : For this we need to go to Shipping
Transaction
Give the order Number, and click find
Then we can see the order status.
Then we have to click DELIVERY Tab Button, in the
Action LOV
We have to choose, SHIP CONFIRM.
Then four concurrent program will run in the
background.
Such As::
1.) INTERFACE TRIP Stop
2.) Commercial Invoice
3.) Packing Slip Report
4.) Bill of Lading
After this concurrent program will complete
successfully, we have to run
One more WORKFLOW BACKGROUND PROGRAM.
If we don't want to ship all the items, that are
PICKED, then we have to click LINE/LPN tab , then
click DETAIL button .
Now, in that form , in the SHIPPING field, we have to
enter how Much quantity of items, we want to ship .
The rest remain quantity, that are Ordered will become
backorder quantity .

Table Level Information:
========================

Order Entry
• At the header level a record gets inserted into the
header table
OE_ORDER_HEADERS_ALL.
• At the line level, record(s) get inserted into the
Line table
OE_ORDER_LINES_ALL.

Order Booking
• This will update FLOW_STATUS_CODE value in the table
OE_ORDER_HEADERS_ALL to "BOOKED"
• The FLOW_STATUS_CODE in OE_ORDER_LINES_ALL will
change to
AWAITING_SHIPPING.
• Record(s) will be created into the table
WSH_DELIVERY_DETAILS with
RELEASED_STATUS='R' (Ready to Release)
OE_INTERFACED_FLAG='N' (Not interfaced to OM)
INV_INTERFACED_FLAG='N' (Not interfaced to Inv)
• Record(s) will be created into
WSH_DELIVERY_ASSIGNMENTS but with
DELIVERY_ID null.

Pick Release
------------------
IF "Autocreate Delivery" option = "Yes" THEN
• ) Create a record into the table WSH_NEW_DELIVERIES
• ) Update WSH_DELIVERY_ASSIGNMENTS with DELIVERY_ID,
thus
• ) Update WSH_DELIVERY_DETAILS with
RELEASED_STATUS='Y

Regards

DJ Nath

Re: steps involved in order management [message #278967 is a reply to message #163177] Tue, 06 November 2007 08:15 Go to previous message
dhrubajyoti_nth
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Registered: October 2007
Location: Renukoot
Junior Member

OM Flow and table level Information

Steps in Order Cycle:
1) Order Entry
2) Booking
3) Pick release : for this we have to go to
Shipping Responsibilty Release sales order
Here In this form , In the ORDER tab, we have to enter
ORDER Number
And delete the Scheduled shipped Dates To & Requested
Dates To.
In SHIPPING tab, set AUTO CREATE DELIVERY to YES. In
INVENTORY tab enter WAREHOUSE, set AUTO ALLOCATE to
YES and AUTO PICK CONFIRM to YES. IF we set AUTO PICK
CONFIRM to NO, then We have to go for the following
steps
1. go to Inventory Resp
Move order : Transact Move Order then it will ask for
warehouse information. Give the same name as before
[M2]
In this form, In the HEADER tab, enter the BATCH
NUMBER of the order that is picked .Then Click FIND
Button. Click on VIEW/UPDATE Allocation, then
Click TRANSACT button. Then Transact button will be
deactivated then just close it and go to next step.

4) Shipping : For this we need to go to Shipping
Transaction
Give the order Number, and click find
Then we can see the order status.
Then we have to click DELIVERY Tab Button, in the
Action LOV
We have to choose, SHIP CONFIRM.
Then four concurrent program will run in the
background.
Such As::
1.) INTERFACE TRIP Stop
2.) Commercial Invoice
3.) Packing Slip Report
4.) Bill of Lading
After this concurrent program will complete
successfully, we have to run
One more WORKFLOW BACKGROUND PROGRAM.
If we don't want to ship all the items, that are
PICKED, then we have to click LINE/LPN tab , then
click DETAIL button .
Now, in that form , in the SHIPPING field, we have to
enter how Much quantity of items, we want to ship .
The rest remain quantity, that are Ordered will become
backorder quantity .

Table Level Information:
========================

Order Entry
• At the header level a record gets inserted into the
header table
OE_ORDER_HEADERS_ALL.
• At the line level, record(s) get inserted into the
Line table
OE_ORDER_LINES_ALL.

Order Booking
• This will update FLOW_STATUS_CODE value in the table
OE_ORDER_HEADERS_ALL to "BOOKED"
• The FLOW_STATUS_CODE in OE_ORDER_LINES_ALL will
change to
AWAITING_SHIPPING.
• Record(s) will be created into the table
WSH_DELIVERY_DETAILS with
RELEASED_STATUS='R' (Ready to Release)
OE_INTERFACED_FLAG='N' (Not interfaced to OM)
INV_INTERFACED_FLAG='N' (Not interfaced to Inv)
• Record(s) will be created into
WSH_DELIVERY_ASSIGNMENTS but with
DELIVERY_ID null.

Pick Release
------------------
IF "Autocreate Delivery" option = "Yes" THEN
• ) Create a record into the table WSH_NEW_DELIVERIES
• ) Update WSH_DELIVERY_ASSIGNMENTS with DELIVERY_ID,
thus
• ) Update WSH_DELIVERY_DETAILS with
RELEASED_STATUS='Y

Regards

DJ Nath
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