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Drop Ship Sales Order Cycle In Order Management (Doc ID 749139.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 19, 2021

Applies to:

Oracle Order Management - Version to 12.2.3 [Release 11.5.10 to 12.2]
Information in this document applies to any platform.



The purpose of this page is to help Customers and Support Engineers build an Drop Ship Sales Order testcase.


This note is intended for any users who tries to a Drop Shipment cycle in Order Management. This scope of this note is to understand and perform a test case.

Examples are provided here works in Internal Instance and can be used on a caveat emptor basis. The screenshots were taken from an 12.2.3 instance.


The business has a sales order request for a product that neither stocked nor produced. It has agreed with a third party supplier that they will ship the product to end-customer on its behalf. The business pays the third party supplier for the product and bills the end-customer.

- The Setup Steps include the relevant setup needed to create an Internal Sales Orders testcase. Some of these steps only require viewing the setup that already exists in the Vision environment. If the Setup Steps are completed already, the user can go directly to the Testflow Steps.


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In this Document
 Setup Steps
 Create item
 Add Item to Price List
 Profile Options
 PO Buyer
 Test Flow Steps
 Create Order
 PO Requisition Import
 Auto Create PO
 Approve Purchase Order
 Close Order

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