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February 9, 2016

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1)Oracle Order Management Flow

Create Sale order
  In the Header Level - enter customer name who’s should be having both Bill to and Sit to Address
  • Enter Payment Terms> enter the pricing > enter the transaction Type of that sale, then go to Line item and pick the  items from item master from the Sub Inventory Organisation, then attach this line to a particular sales man or collection agent.Save the data, 
  • ( Line status is 'Entered') then book the order ( shows the line status as " line is awaiting shipment" 
  • ( order status will be 'booked'  > release the sales order  > ( Line status will be " Picked")
  • and ship the Materiel which eventually show the line status as 'closed'.
  • this shows the inventory is credited with inventory Cost and COGS is Debited The next face is interfacing to AR ( Auto invoicing Rule) - 
  • Customer is Debited and Sales is Credited.
2)What are the Process Constraints?
  • A. Process Constraints prevent users from adding updating, deleting, splitting lines and canceling order or return information beyond certain points in the order cycle. 
  • Oracle has provided certain process constraints which prevent data integrity violations.Process constraints are defined for entities and attributes. 
  • Entities include regions on the sales order window such as order, line, order price adjustments, line price adjustments, order sales credits and line sales credits. Attributes include individual fields (of a particular entity) such as warehouse, shit to location, or agreement. 
3)After which stage can not cancel the order?

Yes Once the Order is Booked We cannot Cancel the order.When the order is in Entered Status we can change whatever information we wish to.
You can not cancel the order after ship confirm. You can cancel the order until that point.

4) What are different types of Holds?

1)GSA(General Services Administration) Violation Hold(Ensures that specific customers always get better pricing for example Govt. Customers)
2)Credit Checking Hold( Used for credit checking feature Ex: Credit Limit)
3) Configurator Validation Hold ( Cause: If we invalidate a configuration after booking)

5) What is order type?

A) An order type is the classification of order.
It controls the order work flow activity, order number sequence, credit check point and transaction type.Order Type is associated to a work flow process which drives the processing of the order.

6)What are Defaulting Rules?

A) A defaulting rule is a value that OM automatically places in an order field of the sales order window.
Defaulting rules reduce the amount of information one must enter. A defaulting rule is a collection of defaulting sources for objects and their attributes.
It involves the following steps·
--Defaulting Conditions
--Conditions for Defaulting· Sequence
– Priority for search· Source
– Entity ,Attribute, Value· Defaulting source/Value