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Questions About Item Attribute Control and OPM Migration from 11i to R12 (Doc ID 2556127.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 18, 2021

Applies to:

Oracle Process Manufacturing Systems - Version 12.1.3 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


During R12 Migration from 11i OPM, there are a lot of new attributes that are enabled by the system, like Lot Divisible, Grade Controlled, etc. which client wants to set up at Master Level. By default R12 installation is doing them at Org Level due to which during inline migration attributes are getting copies at org level instead of master level. Functionality is required to set certain attributes at Master Level before inline migration goes and update the item master attributes. Please advise on this.

In current 11i environment client has several Item Master Organization out of which only a few are actively used but none of them are process enabled. As part of 11i pre upgrade functional steps, all active organization will point to one master Item organization as part of data clean up and for that organization process flag will be enabled using standard way of configuration.

After which from system perspective there will be organization which will be still non process enabled but no transactions are expected on those organization.

Not asking for 11i attributes but attributes which are available in R12 only like
Child Lot Generation
Child Lot Prefix
Child Lot Starting Number
Child Lot Format Validation etc.

if it goes by default as organization control and there is no opportunity to modify that before inline migration then how does inline migration will update attributes.. will it just update for org items and not for master org.. can you clarify that


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