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December 24, 2015

Oracle WMS Setup Navigations

Bishnu Prasad Choudhury / / 0
Please go through the Setup steps, their significance and the navigation to the setup forms.

Define Profile Options
Define Mobile User ID

Navigation:
System Administration>Security>User>Define

Define Warehouse

Navigation:
Setup>Warehouse Configuration>Warehouses>Define Warehouses

Define Warehouse Parameters

Enable WMS attribute
  • Serial Control
  • Lot Control
  • LPN Control
  • Crossdocking Information
  • Time Zone
  • Default Cycle Count Header
  • Default Picking Rule
  • Default Put away rule
  • Cartonization Options
  • Default pick task type
  • Default replenishment task type
  • Default Move Order Transaction Type
  • Default Move Order issue Task Type
Navigation:
Setup>Warehouse Configuration>Warehouses>Warehouse Parameter

Receiving Options

Navigation:
Setup>Warehouse Configuration>Warehouses>Receiving Parameters

Define Subinventory Attributes

Navigation:
Setup>Warehouse Configuration>Warehouses>Receiving Parameters

Define Stock Locators Attributes

Units, volume, weight, Dimansions, coordinates

Navigation:
Setup>Warehouse Configuration>Warehouses>Stock Locators

Define Dock Door to Staging Lane Relationships

Navigation:
Setup>Warehouse Configuration>Warehouses>Dock Door to Staging Lane Assignments

Define Shipping Networks

Define the required shipping networks between different warehouses also attach the shipping method if needed

Navigation:
Setup>Warehouse Configuration>Warehouses>Shipping Networks

Define Item Attributes for WMS

Lot, Lot Expiration,Serial controlled, Physical attributes and Material Status

Navigation:
Setup>Material Setup>Items>Master Items

Define Material Statuses

You use this form to setup material status codes that enable you to control the movement and usage of material for portions of on-hand inventory that might have distinct differences

Navigation:
Setup>Transaction Setup>Inventory Transactions>Material Status

Define Lot and Serial Attributes

Navigation:
Setup>Material Setup>Lot/Serial Attributes>Lot/Serial Attributes Descriptive Flexfield>Segments

Define Warehouse Resources

Define all resources here Human, Equipment, etc so that accordingly you can assign tasks to these resources

Navigation:
Setup>Warehouse Configuration>Resources>Resources

Define Equipment Items

Equipment, such as forklifts, pallet jacks, and so on are used to perform tasks in a warehouse.  In WMS, you set up equipment as a serialized item and a resource.  
Users sign on to the serial number of the equipment and are dispatched tasks appropriate to that equipment.
  • Define the equipment as an item
  • Define the item as an equipment type 
  • Specify the equipment as serial controlled (predefined)
  • Enter the equipment capacity (optional)
  • Generate serial numbers for the individual pieces of equipment

Navigation:
Setup>Material Setup>Items>Master Items
Setup>Warehouse Configuration>Resources>Equipment

Define Equipment Serial Numbers

Navigation:
Setup>Inventory Management>Material Maintenance>Generate Serial Numbers

Define Departments

Navigation:
Setup>Warehouse Configuration>Departments & Resources>Departments

Define Transaction Reasons

Navigation:
Setup>Transaction Setup>Inventory Transactions>Transaction Reasons

Define Label Formats

You are setting up the data fields that you want the system to include on a particular label

Navigation:
Setup>Warehouse Configuration>Printing>Define Label Formats

Define Associate Label Formats to Business Flows

Navigation:
Setup> Warehouse Configuration>Printing>Assign Label Types to Business Flows

Assign Labels to Printers

Navigation:
Setup> Warehouse Configuration>Printing>Assign Printers to Documents

Define Cost Groups

Navigation:
Setup>Material Setup>Costs>Cost Groups

Define Account Alias

Navigation:
Setup>Transaction Setup>Inventory Transactions>Define Account Aliases

Define Pick Sliationp Grouping Rules

Setup pick slip grouping rules to specify different ways in which a warehouse might choose to fulfill a group of orders

Navigation:
Setup>Warehouse Configuration>Rules>Pick Wave>Pick Slip Grouping

Define Release Sequence Rules

Navigation:
Setup>Warehouse Configuration>Rules>Pick Wave>Release Sequence

Define Release Rules

Navigation:
Setup>Warehouse Configuration>Rules>Pick Wave>Release Rules

Define Container Types

Before you set up cartonization and container items, you should verify that the appropriate container types exist.  Container types represent the codes that you assign to various containers, such as boxes, bins and pallets.  The WMS system comes pre-seeded with a variety of container types but the system also enables you to set up your own

Navigation:
Setup>Material Setup>Items>Container Types

Define Container Items

Containers can be defined as item
Navigation:
Setup>Material Setup>Items>Master Items

Define Cartonization Groups

Inventory class categories can be defined for this
Navigation:
Setup>Material Setup>Items>Categories>Category Codes

Define Cartonization Category Sets

Navigation:
Setup>Material Setup>Items>Categories>Category Sets

Define Container Item Relationship

Navigation:
Setup>Material Setup>Items>Define Container Item Relationship

Define Shipping Parameters

Navigation:
Setup>Warehouse Configuration>Warehouses>Shipping Parameters

Define Task Types

For each unique combination of human and equipment resourses, a new task type should have been defined.

Navigation:
Setup>Warehouse Configuration>Tasks>Standard Task Types

Define Task Type Assignment Rules

To define rules for Cost Group Assignments, Label Format, Pick, Put Away and Task Type assignments.

Navigation:
Setup>Warehouse Configuration>Rules>Warehouse Execution>Rules

Define Warehouse Strategy

A strategy is an ordered sequence of rules that the system uses to fulfill complex business demands. The rules strategy are selected in sequence until the put away or picking task is fully allocated, or until a cost group that meets the restriction is found. When you define strategies, you also specify the date or range of dates on which the strategy is effective. You also specify whether you want the system to execute a strategy, if it can only successfully execute part of that strategy.

Navigation:
Setup>Warehouse Configuration>Rules>Warehouse Execution>Strategies

Define Warehouse Rules Workbench

Add the strategies here in a sequence with required parameter values to execute in required sequence.

Navigation:
Setup>Warehouse Configuration>Rules>Warehouse Execution>Rules Workbench

Define MWA Personalization Framework

To customize any mobile pages, any fileds in there, you can use this to customize
Navigation:
Setup>MWA Personalization Framework

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