Wednesday, August 5, 2015

Oracle Inventory Item Attributes

1.Lot Status Enabled
Indicate whether an item is subject to status control at the Lot Level. For example, a lot may be In Test. A company may have a policy of allowing Lots In Test to be used in planning and reserved, but not shipped. A lot may also be In Quarantine. For example, a company may have a policy of not allowing lots In Quarantine to be used in planning. If an item is lot-controlled, you can indicate the Default Lot Status. For example, a lot of microprocessors may be at the Quarantine status until a soak test is complete.

2.Copy Lot Attributes
Select this check box to ensure that a new child lot inherits all the attributes of the parent lot. If you do not select the check box, then the child lot does not inherit the parent lot attributes

3.Child Lot
A child lot is a subdivision of a lot that you can use if you produce a lot over a period of time, but still want to group the material as a single lot. Using a child lot maintains the integrity of the lot, but enables you to consume it in manageable pieces. When you process transactions for material under child lot control, you enter the child lot as the lot number. The system also maintains a genealogy relationship between the parent lot and the child lot.

4.Expired Lots
You can assign lot control shelf life days, or enter a lot expiration date to determine when a lot expires. The expiration date controls the availability of the lot for transacting and planning purposes. An expired lot:
• Is not considered as on-hand supply when you are performing min-max, reorder point, or MRP planning calculations
• Cannot be reserved for a date beyond the expiration date
• Can be transacted and is included in on-hand quantities
• Is included in all inquiries and reports, including inventory valuation reports
• Is included in a cycle count and count entry and adjustments are allowed
• Is included in a physical inventory and tag entry and adjustments are allowed

5.Standard Lot Size
Enter the standard lot size Oracle Bills of Material uses to calculate assembly lead times. Oracle Cost Management uses this value to calculate unit costs for sub-elements with a Lot basis type. This lot size is separate from the lead time lot size

6.Lot Expiration Action
A lot expiration action is the action that you perform on a lot when it expires. You can assign default lot expiration to an item on the Item Master or when you generate a lot. To associate a lot expiration action with a lot, you must define shelf life days for the item.

7.Disabled Lots
Disabling a lot only prevents it from appearing in a list of values when you are performing receipt transactions. If you type in the lot number, it is valid and accepted even though it was not in the list of values. Disabling is used only for tailoring this specific instance of the list of values for lot numbers. A disabled lot:
• Is included in available to transact, available to promise, and available to reserve calculations
• Is included as on-hand supply when you are performing min-max, reorder point or MRP planning calculations
• Is included as on-hand in all inquiries and reports, including inventory valuation report
• Can be transacted with Inventory functions and the Transaction Open Interface
• Can be reserve

8.Lot Split Enabled
Indicate whether a lot-controlled item may split into many lots.

9.Lot Merge Enabled
Indicate whether many lots of a lot controlled item may merge into one lot.

10.  Lot Translate Enabled
Enables you to translate lots within a lot controlled item.

11.  Lot Substitution Enabled
Enables you to substitute lots during a transaction.

12.  Lot Divisible
Select this check box to enable you to allocate, reserve, or move partial lot quantities. If you do not select this check box you must transact the full lot quantity for this item. You cannot modify this field if transactions exist for the item.

13.  Defaulting (Dual Control)
You can stock items in two units of measure. This attribute is assigned at the organization level. The available choices are:

Fixed
 The system stores inventory in both the primary and secondary units of measure. You can enter an item quantity in one unit of measure, and the system converts the quantity to the secondary unit of measure and displays both quantities.

Default
The system stores inventory in both the primary and secondary units of measure. You can enter an item quantity in one unit of measure, and the system converts the quantity to the second unit of measure and displays both quantities. You can change the quantity in the secondary unit of measure, without changing the quantity in the primary unit of measure.

No Default
The system stores inventory in both the primary and secondary units of measure. Use this option when the default conversion between the two units of measure is usually not the same. The system does not automatically display in the secondary unit of measure when you specify the quantity for the primary unit of measure. You manually enter the quantity of the secondary unit of measure before you process a transaction. The secondary quantity can fluctuate from the default conversion by the factors that you specify in the Deviation + and Deviation - attributes.

14.  Conversions
Both
Use both item-specific and standard unit of measure conversions. If you defined an item-specific and a standard conversion for the same unit of measure, the item-specific conversion is used.

Item specific
 Use only unit of measure conversions unique to this item.

Standard
 Use only standard unit of measure conversions. If you want to use only standard conversions do not create item specific conversions.

15.  Inventory Item
This attribute enables you to stock and transact this item in Oracle Inventory. You must turn this option on if you want to enable the following item attributes: Stock able, BOM Allowed Transactable, and Build in WIP. This is an item defining attribute. If you turn this option on, the item is automatically assigned to the default category set for the Inventory functional area.

16.  Transactable
This attribute enables you to perform transactions on the item. You can set this attribute only if you set the item attributes Inventory Item and Stockable. This attribute is optionally set by the Item Status code.

17.  Revision Control
This attribute enables you to create item revisions. If you turn this option on you must specify an existing revision number for issues and receipts on the revisions tab.

18.  Reservable
This attribute enables you to create material reservations for the item. You can reserve an item only when you have sufficient inventory.

19.  Check Material Shortages
This attribute enables you to check for material shortages for the item. Turn this option on to rigger a material shortage alert and shortage notification during transactions of the item. Oracle Inventory and Oracle Shipping Execution automatically backorder a delivery line at pick release inventory is unavailable for allocation. In the event that no material is available for allocation, the system deletes the pick wave move order line immediately and changes the delivery line status to Backordered. If the system can allocate part of the required quantity, then the system splits the delivery line. The system updates the requested quantity on the move order line to reflect the available quantity and closes the move order line when you pick the available quantity. You can use the Shipping Transactions window, the Releases Orders window, or the Releases Sales Orders SRS process to re-release the delivery line.

20.  Maturity Days
This is the number of days added to the lot creation date to determine the lot maturity date. If you do not enter a number, the system assumes the lot is mature at creation. Lot Creation Date + Maturity Days = Default Lot Maturity Date.

21.  Cycle Count Enabled
Turn this option on for automatic cycle count scheduling.

22.  Serial Status Enabled
Indicate whether an item is subject to status control at the Serial Level. For example, a company may have a policy of allowing all functions on serial numbers that are New, and a policy of allowing reservations to Reworked serial numbers, not including Reworked items.
If an item is serial-controlled, you can indicate the Default Serial Status. For example, a serial number of analytical equipment may be at the Quarantine status until a soak test is complete.

23.  Serial Control: The users will turn this option on to track inventory balances by serial number. This option will be selected for finished goods only.

24.  Locator Control: This option will be enabled to track inventory balances by Stock Locators. This option will be selected for all inventory items.

25.  Serial Generation

At inventory receipt
 Create and assign serial numbers when you receive the item. Thereafter, for any material transaction, you must provide a serial number for each unit.

At sales order issue
 Create and assign serial numbers when you issue (ship) the item against a sales order. If you select this option, serial numbers are required at ship confirm. If you receive an item on an RMA (return material authorization), you must specify the same serial numbers you created at sales order issue. All other material transactions for this item bypass serial number information.

No control
 Serial number control not established for this item. All material transactions involving   are item bypass serial number information.

Predefined
 Assign predefined serial numbers when you receive the item. Thereafter, for any material transaction, you must provide a serial number for each unit.

26.  Grade Controlled
Indicate whether the item is grade controlled in addition to lot controlled. A grade code represents specific characteristics of a lot. If you select the Grade Controlled check box, then you must specify a default grade for the item.

27.  Shelf Life Days
Enter the number of days each lot is active. At receipt, the system adds the shelf life days to the system date to determine the expiration date. This is used only when you choose Shelf life days for Lot Expiration Control.

28.  BOM Allowed
Allows you to define a bill of material for an item, or to assign the item as a component on a bill.  This attribute is optionally set by the Item Status code.

29.  BOM Item Type
This attribute is controlled at the Master level only. Select a type to control bill functionality. You must enter a value here if BOM Allowed is turned on.

Model
The item's bill of material lists option classes and options available when you place an order for the model item.

Option Class
This item's bill of material contains a list of related options. Option classes group like options together. Oracle Order Management does not allow ordering of classes outside a model.

Planning
This item's bill of material contains a list of items and planning percentages. A planning item can represent a product family or demand channel. Its bill of material facilitates master scheduling and/or material planning. The total component planning percentages on a planning bill can exceed 100%. Oracle Order Management does not allow ordering of planning bills.

Product Family
 This item can be used as a product family for planning at an aggregate level

Standard
Any item that can have a bill or be a component on a bill, except planning, model, or option class items. Standard items include purchased items, subassemblies, or finished products.

30.  Base Model
This attribute is controlled at the Master level only. Displays the model from which an ATO configuration was created. In Oracle Order Management, you can place an order for an ATO model, choosing from the list of options. Oracle Bills of Material creates a new configuration item, bill, and routing that captures the chosen options. The configuration item lists the ordered model item as its base model
.
31.  Auto created Configuration
Select this checkbox if the item is autocreated. If the base model is null, you cannot

32.  Pricing
This attribute controls if pricing is based on the primary or secondary unit of measure. If you set the value to secondary, the system re prices the orders line at ship confirmation. This attribute is assigned at the organization level.

33.  Primary Unit of Measure
This is the stocking and selling unit of measure. Any necessary conversions are based on this unit of measure. This attribute is not updatable and assigned at the organization level. The default primary unit of measure for new items is defined using the INV: Default Primary Unit of measure profile option. The primary unit of measure is the default for invoices and credit memos entered n Oracle Receivables.

34.  Secondary
If the item is dual unit of measure controlled, or priced in a secondary unit of measure, you can specify a secondary unit of measure. This attribute is assigned at the organization level.

35.  Lot Expiration (Shelf Life) Control
Lot Expiration control governs how long items in a given lot remain available.

Shelf life days
 Specify the shelf life of the item in days. The system starts counting the shelf life on the day you receive the lot into inventory. After the specified number of days, the system sends you a warning message.
No control
 Shelf life control not established for this item

User-defined
 Specify an expiration date as you receive each lot. You receive a warning but are not prevented from using the lot after expiration.

36.  Restrict Subinventories
Indicate whether to restrict transactions of this item to or from a subinventory specified in a list you define with the Item/Subinventory Information window. This option must be turned on if you choose to restrict locators.

37.  Restrict Locators
Indicate whether to restrict transaction of this item to or from a locator specified in the list you define with the Item/Subinventory Information window. You cannot restrict Item Attributes locators unless you also restrict subinventories.

38.  Move order Receipt Subinventory
Sets the default subinventory for move order receipts.

39.  Effectivity Control
This attribute is used by Oracle Bills of Material when calculating lead times from the Routings form.

 Date
 A concurrent program uses the date as the parameter.

 Model/Unit Number
A concurrent program uses the Unit Number as the parameter

40.  Costing Enabled
Indicate whether to report, value, and account for any item costs. For example, you might disable costing for reference items or for invoice only (non-stock) items that you never ship and never hold in inventory. This is an item defining attribute. If you turn this option on, the item is automatically assigned to the default category set for the Oracle Cost Management functional area.

41.  Cost of Goods Sold Account
This attribute is controlled at the Organization level only. Enter a general ledger account to use as a source for the Cost of Goods Sold Account. The default cost of goods sold account is set when you define organization parameters.

42.  Purchased
Indicate whether to purchase and receive an item. Turning this option on allows you to set the Purchasable attribute. This is an item defining attribute. If you turn this option on, the item is automatically assigned to the default category set for the Oracle Purchasing functional area. If an item is vendor managed, you must turn on this option.

43.  Purchasable
Indicate whether to order an item on a purchase order. You can set this only when
Purchased is turned on. Turning Purchasable off allows you to temporarily restrict the ability to buy. If Purchasable is set to Master Level control, then Purchased must be set to Master Level Control. This attribute is optionally set by the Item Status code.

44.  RFQ Required
Indicate whether to require an item quotation when requesting an item. Oracle Purchasing defaults this value on requisition lines for this item. Leave this field blank if you want Inventory to use the value defined in the Purchasing Options window for transactions involving this item.

45.  Outside Processing Item
Indicate whether you can add the item to an outside processing purchase order line.
You can turn this option on only if Purchased is also on. In addition, this option controls whether you can attach an item to a resource in the Resource window.

46.  Taxable
Indicate whether the supplier charges a tax. Oracle Purchasing uses the taxable status together with the tax code you associate with a location to determine whether a purchase order shipment is taxable, and what the tax code that applies to this shipment is. Leave this field blank if you want Inventory to use the value defined in the Purchasing Options window for transactions involving this item.

47.  Input Classification Tax Code
Select the appropriate tax code for the item. The tax code shows the tax authorities and rates that are available to use for this item. You must select the taxable attribute to enable this field.

48.  Receipt Required (Three-Way Invoice Matching)
Indicate whether you must receive an item before you can pay the invoice. Leave this field blank if you want Inventory to use the value defined in the Purchasing Options window for transactions involving this item.

49.  Unit of Issue
Enter the unit of measure you typically use to issue the item from inventory. Oracle Purchasing uses this as the default for internal requisition lines sourced from inventory. You use units of issue to round order quantities, minimizing shipping, warehousing, and handling costs. The unit of issue must be the same for all units of measure belonging to the same unit of measure class as the primary unit of measure.

50.  Receipt Close Tolerance
Enter the percentage tolerance Oracle Purchasing uses to automatically close purchase order shipments. Oracle Purchasing automatically closes a shipment when your unreceived quantity is within the quantity tolerance percentage of the shipment. For example, if the original shipment quantity is 50, and you enter 10 here (10%), Oracle Purchasing automatically closes the shipment for receiving when you receive 45 or more.
Closed for Receiving is a status change only. You can receive additional items against the shipment later.

51.  Price Tolerance
Enter the price tolerance percent, the maximum price percentage over the normal price range for an item. For example, if the tolerance percent is 5, the maximum acceptable price on a purchase order is 5% over the requisition price. Any purchase order price 5% above the requisition price is unacceptable, and you cannot approve the purchase order.

52.  Rounding Factor
Enter a number between 0 and 1. This factor determines how to round the quantity on an internal requisition that results from conversions between the requisition line unit of measure and the item unit of issue. This factor insures that the unit of issue resolves to an integer, rather than a fractional amount. For example, suppose the requisition line unit of measure is each, the unit of issue is dozen. for an internal requisition of 20 each, Oracle Purchasing converts the order quantity to 1.75 dozen. With a rounding factor of 0.6 oracle Purchasing rounds up the order quantity to 2 dozen. (Rounding factor of 0.75 also rounds up to 2 dozen.) With a rounding factor of 0.8, Oracle Purchasing rounds down to 1 dozen. Oracle Purchasing either performs rounding automatically or advises you of the suggested quantity depending on how you set the purchasing options.

53.  Encumbrance Account
This attribute is controlled at the Organization level only. Enter the default encumbrance account Oracle Purchasing uses when receiving an item. If the item encumbrance account does not exist, Oracle Purchasing uses the subinventory account. You encumber, or reserve against funds, when the purchase requisition or purchase order is approved. When you deliver into a subinventory you reverse the encumbrance. The total receipts plus encumbrances equals your total funds spent.

54.  Expense Account
Enter the default inventory account for expense items. This attribute is used only when Inventory Asset Value is turned off. Oracle Purchasing debits this account when you receive an item into inventory only if the item is expensed. If you receive into an expense subinventory, Oracle Purchasing uses the expense account you assigned to the subinventory. If you do not define the account here, Oracle Purchasing uses the expense account assigned to the item.

55.  Asset Category
Enter the asset category for the item. Oracle Assets uses this attribute to classify your fixed assets. All assets in a category share default information, such as the accounts used when you post to the general ledger. You can enter this field only if you use Oracle Assets.

56.  Receipt Date Action
None
 No receipt date exception enforced.

Reject
Reject receipts when the receive date is outside the range defined by Days Early
Receipt Allowed or Days Late Receipt Allowed.

Warning
 Display a warning message if you attempt to receive an item outside the range defined by Days Early Receipt Allowed or Days Late Receipt Allowed, but perform the receipt, anyway.

57.  Receipt Days Early
Enter the number of days before the promise date you can receive an item without warning or rejection. For example, if you enter 3 and the promise date is a Friday, you can receive the item on Tuesday. Note that Oracle Purchasing uses regular calendar days (including weekends and Holidays) in this calculation. If the promise date does not exist, Oracle Purchasing uses the need by date.

58.  Receipt Days Late
Enter the number of days after the promise date you can receive an item without warning or rejection. For example, if you enter 2 and the promise date is a Monday, you can receive the item on Wednesday. Note that Oracle Purchasing uses regular calendar days (including weekends and holidays) in this calculation. If the promise date does not exist, Oracle Purchasing uses the need by date.

59.  Over-Receipt Quantity Control Tolerance
Enter the quantity received tolerance percent, the maximum acceptable over-receipt percentage, used by the Over-Receipt Quantity Control Action attribute. For example, if the tolerance percent is 5, then the acceptable quantity on a receipt transaction is within 5% of the quantity you order on a purchase order line. Any quantity more than 5% over the order quantity is unacceptable.

60.  Allow Substitute Receipts
Indicate whether to allow receipt of defined substitutes in place of this item. You define valid substitutes with the Item Relationships window. Leave this field blank if you want Inventory to use the value defined in the Receiving Options window for transactions involving this item.

61.  Allow Unordered Receipts
Indicate whether you can receive an item without a purchase order. If this option is on, you can later match the receipt to the appropriate purchase order. If this option is off, all receipts for an item must have a corresponding purchase order. Leave this field blank if you want Inventory to use the value defined in the Receiving Options window for transactions involving this item.

62.  Allow Express Transactions
Indicate whether you can deliver all distributions for this item with one data entry transaction if the quantity to deliver equals the purchase order line balance. If this option is turned off, you must deliver individual distributions separately. Leave this field blank if you want Inventory to use the value defined in the Receiving Options window for transactions involving this item.

63.  Weight Unit of Measure
Enter a weight unit of measure.

64.  Unit Weight
Enter the weight for one unit of the item in the Weight Unit of Measure.

65.  Volume Unit of Measure
Enter a volume unit of measure.

66.  Unit Volume
Enter the volume for one unit of the item in the Volume Unit of Measure.

67.  Container
Select Container to identify items that are containers used for shipping sales orders.

68.  Vehicle
Select Vehicle to identify items that are vehicles used for shipping sales orders.

69.  Container Type
For items identified as containers, enter the container type

70.  Internal Volume
Enter the internal volume of the container or vehicle in the same UOM as the Unit Volume. This attribute is used by shipping to calculate container capacity restrictions.

71.  Maximum Load Weight
Enter the maximum load weight of the container or vehicle in the same UOM as the Unit Weight.

72.  Minimum Fill Percentage
Enter the minimum fill percentage under which the container or vehicle should be used.


73.  Dimension Unit of Measure
Dimension unit of measure for an item.

74.  Dimension Length
Item length.

75.  Dimension Width
Item width.

76.  Dimension Height
Item height.

77.  Collateral Item
Indicate whether the item is collateral. When you register collateral as a promotion in Oracle Sales and Marketing, you can link it to the item you define here. Then you can use Oracle Sales and Marketing to include this collateral item in a fulfillment request for a contact or a mass mailing. Oracle Sales and Marketing displays a list of valid collateral when creating a fulfillment request or mass mailing, based on the items you define with this flag.

78.  Event
Indicate whether the item created is an Event item.

79.  Equipment
Indicate whether this is an Equipment item, used in Oracle Warehouse Management., Set Up or Verify Equipment Items

80.  Electronic Format
Indicate whether this item exists only in electronic format and not physical. This attribute is used in Oracle Marketing.

81.  Downloadable
Indicate whether this item is downloadable. This attribute is used in Oracle Marketing.

82.  OM Indivisible
Indicate whether this item can be ordered in fractions. This attribute support indivisible units of measure.

83.  Customer Ordered
Indicate whether to allow an item to be ordered by external customers. You can add any customer orderable items to price lists in Oracle Order Management. This attribute must be turned off if the BOM Item Type attribute is set to Planning If you turn this attribute on, you can temporarily exclude an item from being ordered by turning Customer Orders Enabled off.
This is an item defining attribute. If you turn this attribute on, the item is automatically assigned to the default category set for the Oracle Order Management functional area.

84.  Customer Orders Enabled
Indicate whether an item is currently customer orderable. If you turn this attribute on you can specify the item in the Enter Orders window in Oracle Order Management. You can initially define an item with Customer Ordered Item turned on and Customer Orders Enabled turned off. This means prices can be defined for the item, but no orders can be placed for it.
This attribute is optionally set by the Item Status code

85.  Internal Ordered
Indicate whether to allow an item to be ordered on an internal requisition. If you turn this attribute on, you can temporarily exclude an item from being ordered on an internal requisition by turning Internal Orders Enabled off. This is an item defining attribute. If you turn this attribute on, the item is automatically assigned to the default category set for the Oracle Purchasing functional area

86.  Internal Orders Enabled
Indicate whether you can currently order an item internally. If you turn this attribute on, you can specify the item on an internal requisition, if Internal Ordered Item is also on. If you turn Internal Ordered Item on, you can temporarily exclude an item from being ordered on an internal requisition by turning this attribute off. This attribute is optionally set by the Item Status code. See: Status Attributes and Item

87.  Shippable
Indicate whether to ship an item to a customer. Shippable items are released by Oracle Shipping Execution's Pick Release program, creating confirmable shipping lines, and are printed on the pick slip. A warning is issued if you change the value of this attribute when open sales order lines exist. This attribute must be turned off if the BOM Item Type attribute is set to Planning.

88.  OE Transactable
Indicate whether demand can be placed for an item by Oracle Order Management, and whether shipment transactions are interfaced to Oracle Inventory. Most items with Shippable turned on also have OE Transactable turned on. For items you do not ship, you may still want OE Transactable turned on if you use the items in forecasting or planning. If you also want to reserve the item, turn Reservable on. A warning is issued if you change the value of this attribute when open sales order lines exist. You cannot turn this attribute off if demand exits.

89.  Default Shipping Organization
Enter the Oracle Shipping Execution primary shipping organization. This organization defaults to the Enter Orders window if Item is the source attribute of the Warehouse object in the standard value rule set for the order. This organization defaults to the Enter Returns window if a receiving warehouse is not defined on the customer or order type.

90.  Default SO Source Type
This item attribute determines if an item is to be drop-shipped. If the value is internal, the item will not be drop-shipped. If the value is external, the item will be drop-shipped.

91.  Picking Rule
Enter the picking rule that defines the order in which subinventories, locators, lots, and revisions are picked.  This rule will not be employed in WMS enabled organizations. Oracle Warehouse Management picking rules will be used.

92.  Pick Components
Indicate whether an item has a bill of material with options, classes, or included items picked from finished goods inventory. Pick-to-order items must have this attribute turned on. Assemble-to-order items and items without a bill of material must have this attribute turned off. You  hould turn Pick Components on only if the Planning Method attribute is set to Not Planned.
93.   Assemble to Order
Turn this attribute on if an item is generally built for sales order demand; a final assembly work order is created based on sales order details. You must turn on this attribute if you auto create requisitions. An item cannot have Pick Components turned on and this attribute turned on at the same time.

94.  Check ATP
Select Check Material Only, Check Material and Resources, Check Resources Only, or None to indicate whether to check available to promise and/or capable to promise information when placing demand. See Available to Promise and Capable to Promise, Oracle Master Scheduling / MRP and Oracle Supply Chain Planning User's Guide. This attribute also determines whether you can view component ATP information for material requirements in Work in Process.

95.  ATP Components
Indicate whether to include, in available to promise checking, additional components in the bill of material for ATO and PTO items. These components are included in ATP checking if Check ATP for the component is turned on.

96.  ATP Rule
Enter a user-defined available to promise rule. ATP rules define supply and demand sources, time-fence parameters, and available-to-promise calculation methods. You can give ATP rules meaningful names, such as ATO ATP Rule. If there is no ATP rule for the item, the organization's default ATP rule is used.

97.  Shipping Subinventory
Sets the default subinventory for shipping.

98.  Charge Periodicity
The time the system uses to price a persistent or recurring service or product. The system derives the list of values for this attribute from the profile option OM: UOM Class for Charge Periodicity. Each UOM in this class is a periodicity value. An item has only one periodicity value, and the default value is null. This attribute is controlled at the master organization level.

99.  Ship Model Complete
Indicate whether any configuration derived from this model can ship only when all required quantities of all configuration components (options or included items) are available. If you turn this attribute on, the Pick Components attribute and the profile option OE: Reservations must be es; the BOM Item Type attribute can be Model or Standard.

100.                      Returnable
Indicate whether to allow customers to return an item. If an item is returnable, you can enter it on the Returns window in Oracle Order Management. Order Management uses this attribute along with Stock able and Transactable to determine which authorized returned items you can physically receive into inventory.

101.                      RMA Inspection Required
Indicate whether inspection is required for items returned by the customer. The item then must be separately transferred to inventory. Credits are never automatically generated by Oracle Order Management for customer return items awaiting inspection.

102.                      Financing Allowed
Indicate whether a customer can finance this item.

103.                      Overshipment Tolerance
Enter the Over Shipment Tolerance percentage. This determines the amount of the shipment you can exceed at the time of ship confirmation.

104.                      Under Shipment Tolerance
Enter the Under Shipment Tolerance percentage. This determines the amount of the shipment you can ship below at the time of ship confirmation. When shipping confirms shipped quantities for the shipments belonging to an order, Shipping Execution will validate any further shipments pending for the order or return. If there are pending shipments, Shipping Execution will calculate the new tolerance value. If the new shipping tolerance level is less than the old tolerance level, Order Management notifies you of the shipped quantity and the new tolerance value. Order Management determines whether the total shipped quantity for the order or return is within the under shipment tolerance value, and closes the line as an under shipment.

105.                      Over Return Tolerance
Enter the Over Return Tolerance percentage. This determines the amount of the shipment you can exceed at the time of receiving or receipt creation.

106.                      Under Return Tolerance
Enter the Under Return Tolerance percentage. This determines the lower limit of the received quantity to be considered as full receipt.

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