Last updated on MAY 15, 2016
Applies to:Oracle Bills of Material - Version 12.1.3 and later
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phantom assembly, Backflush Subinventory/Locator
There BOM structure where one phantom assembly is used for more than one product line.
Each product line has a different backflush subinventory.
When the phantom is structured to the final assembly BOM, the WIP job that gets created, it is standard functionality that the Phantom item is not part of the WIP job.
It's the phantom components that are seen on the job.
In this scenario, the WIP job shows the backflush subinventory/locator information that is entered on the components on the phantom BOM.
This doesn't allows use of the phantom assembly across product lines, which is one of the main ways a Phantom can be used.
It seems like it would be a very common practice, so would assume that there's standard functionality somewhere that would allow us to identify the Backflush Subinventory/Locator if, say, the subinv and locator were identified for the Phantom Item in the Final Assembly Bill of material.
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