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FAQ: How to Enable and View Material Shortage Alerts and Material Shortage Notifications while Performing Inventory Transactions ? (Doc ID 1169944.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 12, 2021

Applies to:

Oracle Inventory Management - Version 11.5.10.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
INVSRSPT module: Shortage Parameter report
INVTRSHS module: Shortages Summary report
INVSHPRC module: Material Shortage Check Processor
INVSHINQ: View Potential Shortages
INVSHDPA: Shortage Parameters
INVTDTTY: Transaction types
INV_SHORTCHECKEXEC_PUB INVSEPUS.pls SPEC
INV_SHORTCHECKEXEC_PUB INVSEPUB.pls BODY
INV_SHORTCHECKEXEC_PVT INVSEPVS.pls SPEC
INV_SHORTCHECKEXEC_PVT INVSEPVB.pls BODY
INV_SHORTCHECKPROCESSTRX_PVT INVSPPVS.pls SPEC
INV_SHORTCHECKPROCESSTRX_PVT INVSPPVB.pls BODY
INV_SHORTSTATEMENT_PVT INVSSTMS.pls SPEC
INV_SHORTSTATEMENT_PVT INVSSTMB.pls BODY
INV_ShortCheckProcessTrx_PVT.ProcessTransactions ()
INV_ShortCheckExec_PVT.ExecCheck ()

Goal

This demonstration covers the steps to enable "Material Shortage Alerts / Notifications" for viewing potential shortages while performing inventory transactions.

You can choose to receive an online shortage alert, a workflow based notification, or
both for system-defined and user-defined transaction types that have the transaction
actions of:

Forms Generating Shortage Alerts and Notifications:

The following receipt transaction forms generate shortage alerts and notifications when
receiving items for which the system has detected a shortage.Receipts

Solution

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