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FA: SCM: OM: How To: Defining Order Management Extensions - Including Code Snippets (Doc ID 2428750.1)

Last updated on JUNE 04, 2020

Applies to:

Oracle Fusion Order Management Cloud Service - Version 11.13.18.02.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Goal

This note describes defining Order Management Extensions and provide examples documenting various use cases.

NOTE: A Master note has been written describing example code that can be used to implement business requirements - FA: SCM: OM: Master Note: Transforming Data on Sales Orders Using Order Management Extensions (Doc ID 2677269.1)

Additional Material has been provided by the Product Management and Development teams

Review Customer Connect Session - SCM – Implementing Order Management Cloud - Tips & Best Practices (Part 4)

Infrastructure (update 17C)   This covers mapping OM to AR including EFF/DFF and Extensions as well.
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In this Document
Goal
Solution
 Introduction
 
 Get Order Header Pricing Information
 Get Line Billing Plans
 Get Payment Methods
 Get Related Orders and Order Line Information
 Get Manual Price Adjustments applied to Order Lines
 Get Fulfillment Line Attributes
 Get Header Attachements
 Get Line Attachments
 Validate Sales Person Percentages
 Invoking Credit Check Web Service
 Compare Bill to, Ship To and Sold To to validate that they are for the same customer
 Validate a Revision on a Drop Shop Order to confirm that PO is not on Hold - being revised.
 Best Practices for Writing and Debugging Extensions
 Limiting the impact of an extension during development
 Inspecting the data returned from a PVO (or any other variables in the extension)
 Enter diagnostic data into the Error or Warning message
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