Last updated on JUNE 15, 2017
Applies to:Oracle Inventory Management - Version 11.5.10 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
This document includes all versions of 11:5.10 and R12 and later
These labs were prepared for the purpose of demonstrating basic Inventory functions. They were developed to assist an applications support analyst by:
- Providing an introduction to navigating through Inventory application forms
- Listing initial step by step instructions for data entry within the Inventory application to familiarize a support analyst with the features and functions of common Inventory movements and application maintenance
- Demonstrating various support tips for functions such using the “List of Values” feature, submitting concurrent requests, and general System Administrator functions (System Administrator Responsibility)
- Performing common inventory functions that maintaining items, issuing and receiving stock (items) into inventory, and performing stock (item) replenishment.
- Reinforcing Inventory concepts and functional issues that were discussed during class lectures As a source of reference for future support issues that may arise
Feel free to do these labs as often as you want. Experiment, change an item attribute, initialize a cycle count in a different fashion or define items with greater inventory controls. If some of the terms mentioned here are unfamiliar to you, before the week is out, they may just become part of your daily vocabulary while working in the support environment. Remember; don’t be afraid to make a mistake, YOU are here to learn.
The Labs can be performed on any release instance that has the Vision Demonstration Database installed.
However, several of the labs may not be able to be completed due to the flexibility of implementing Oracle
Examples would be
- Different item attribute settings
- Different organization parameters
- Data that may not exist
Demos for specific labs will be uploaded as they are created.
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