Clarification On Inventory Profile Options INV_KILL_MOVE_ORDER and INV_FILL_PARTIAL_MOVE_KANBAN
Last updated on DECEMBER 03, 2015
Applies to:Oracle Inventory Management - Version 12.1.3 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
A customer asked:
"Need Clarification on Hierarchy Type Access Level setup for the following Inventory Profile Options: INV_KILL_MOVE_ORDER and INV_FILL_PARTIAL_MOVE_KANBAN. The setup documentation in the Inventory User's Guide indicates that these profile options can only be set up at the Site level. After some preliminary testing, we have determined that these options can be set at the Responsibility level.
We are asking for clarification regarding the discrepancy between the setup documentation and system functionality, and if there are any additional implications for setting these at a level other than Site."
Part No. E13450-05
INV: Fill & Kill Move Order
This profile option enables you to close a partially allocated and transacted replenishment move order line. Available values are:
No Does not allow cancelling of replenishment move order lines.
Yes Allows cancelling of move order lines.
The default value is No.
This profile option is updateable at the Site level.
Profile User User Resp App Site Required? Default
INV: Fill 0 0 0 0 + No No
and the legend:
+ You can update the profile option.
- You can view the profile option value, but you cannot change it.
0 You cannot view or change the profile option value.
Documentation indicates only site level is permitted.
INV: Fill Kanban on Partial Move Order Receipt
This profile option determines whether or not a kanban card can be considered filled if
the move order created to fill it was only partially transacted. If the card requested 10
and the move order only picked 7, if you set this profile option to yes, it considers the
card full. This profile option is updateable only at site level.
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