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Inventory Profile Options That Affect Transactions Processing (Doc ID 2053996.1)

Last updated on JULY 23, 2018

Applies to:

Oracle Inventory Management - Version 12.1.3 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Goal

This document is designed to assist with the descriptions and default settings of Inventory Profile Options that can affect Inventory Transactions processing.

The Profile Options listed are by no means all Inventory Profile Options or recommended Transactions Profile Options, but they are a general listing of Profile Options that can directly or indirectly affect Inventory Transactions processing.

Solution

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In this Document
Goal
 This document is designed to assist with the descriptions and default settings of Inventory Profile Options that can affect Inventory Transactions processing.
Solution
 Profile Options
 Advanced Pricing for Inter-org Transfers
 INV: Batch Size
 INV: Component Pick Batch Size
 INV: Debug File (Including the complete path)
 INV: Debug Level
 INV: Debug Trace
 INV: Material Status Support
 INV: Max # of Txn Purge Processes
 INV: Maximum Number of Quantity Trees
 INV: MGD Maximum Number of Workers Permitted
 INV: Override Neg for Backflush
 INV: Override Reservation for Transactions
 INV: Quantity Tree Timeout for Lock
 INV: Receive shipped Lot quantity
 INV: Restrict Receipt of Serials
 INV: Transaction Date Validation
 INV: Transaction Reasons Security
 INV: Use Backorder Caching
 INV: Validate Returned Lot
 Multiple Serials Per Delivery Detail
 TP: INV Inter-Organization Transfer form
 TP: INV Miscellaneous Issue and Receipt form
 TP: INV Move Order Transact Form
 TP: INV Transfer Between Subinventories form
 TP: INV Transaction Processing Mode
 TP: INV Update Average Cost form
 TP: Server Side Online Processing
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