December 2, 2015

Oracle Apps Order Management Basic Setups

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Oracle Order Management Setups

Oracle Order management is one of the most important part of the oracle EBS. The Order Management Application provides many flexible features enabling you to set up your system to begin processing order information. These orders can be created in Oracle Order Management Suite as well as in some other front-desk application. We can integrate these applications with Oracle Order Management for keeping a controlled track of orders and proper business flow. We can create different types of orders using this application can be for inventory stock items or for services.
You must define your business order policies, such as how you classify your orders, as well as various control features prior to processing orders within the application.
Important Setup Steps for Order Management
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Step Optional or Required
1. Define multiple organizations in Oracle Inventoryrequired
2. Setup Multi-Org (Multiple Organization) Access Controloptional
3. Define key and descriptive flexfieldsrequired under certain conditions
4. Define inventory organizations (warehouses), parameters, subinventories, and picking rules in Oracle Inventoryrequired
5. Define Profilesrequired
6. Setting OM System Parametersrequired
7. Define invoicing information, Payment Termsrequired under certain conditions
8. Define your sales representativesoptional
9. Define Tax Featuresrequired
10. Define Quickcodesrequired under certain conditions
11. Define header and line processing flowsrequired
12. Define Document Sequences for Order Numberingrequired
13. Define Order Import Sourcesrequired under certain conditions
14. Define the units of measurerequired
15. Define item informationrequired
16. Define the items that you sellrequired
17. Define the configurations that you sellrequired under certain conditions
18. Define price listsrequired
19. Define customer profile classesrequired under certain conditions
20.Define information on your customersrequired
21. Define item cross referencesrequired under certain conditions
22. Define your sourcing rulesoptional
23. Define Order Management Transaction Typesrequired
24. Set up Cost of Goods Sold Accounting flexfield combinationrequired under certain conditions
25. Define Processing Constraintsoptional
26. Define Defaulting Rulesoptional
27.Define Credit Checking Rulesrequired under certain conditions
28. Define Automatic Holdsrequired under certain conditions
29. Define Attachmentsoptional
30. Define Freight and Special Charge Typesoptional
31. Define shipping parametersrequired
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