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Pricing Security

In addition to the functional security, Oracle Advanced Pricing provides an additional level of security
called pricing security. Pricing security provides an additional security which can be used to restrict pricing activities such as updating and viewing pricing entities to users who are granted specific access privileges.

Capacity Setup

Make sure you set up oracle Inventory, BOM, MRP/ASCP correctly before starting the setups for Oracle Capacity.
The steps shown in the above pic are the set up steps just for the Capacity product. All these setup steps are optional.

Resource Group

Capacity Planning

Capacity planning is the process of determining the production capacity needed by an organization to meet changing demands for its products. In the context of capacity planning, "capacity" is the maximum amount of work that an organization is capable of completing in a given period of time.


Similar to 11i & R12, You can create below transactions in fusion receivables
• Invoices and Debit Memos
• Credit Memos
• On-Account Credit Memos
• Chargebacks
• Adjustments

All the new fields in fusion application transaction form are outlined in the above pic.

Oracle Fusion Receivables

Oracle Fusion Receivables provides most of the functionalities available in Oracle EBS 11i/R12. All the mandatory setups are also similiar to the setups available in 11i/R12.

OFR allows you to perform most of your day-to-day accounts receivable operations. Receivables lets you manage customer billing activities, process customer payments, manage accounts receivable balances, and perform tasks that are related to revenue recognition and revenue adjustments.

Tree & Tree Structure


What is a tree?
A tree is hierarchical structures that enable several data management functions such as better access control, application of business rules at various levels of hierarchies, improved query performance, and so on.

Reference Data Sharing

In 11i/R12 there are many configuration data which ‘er shared across all the OUs. Ex: Payment term. It's good because you are required to define the data only once but the biggest disadvantage is that there is no method to restrict the access. In fusion application a new concept of data sharing is added, where you define reference data set(s) and determine how the data is shared or partitioned.

Supplier Capacity

Traditional planning systems like MRP uses item attribute lead time offsets to align supply order due dates with demand dates of need. The ASL providers greater accuracy in making lead time offset calculations during the planning process. You can specify supplier & item specific lead times. This ensures that your orders are placed early enough to provide the selected supplier adequate time to react to your demand for each item.

Methods of Invoicing

You specify the invoicing method based on the distribution rule that you select for the contract
project. Oracle Projects supports three methods of invoicing:

• Based on bill rates or markups applied to detail transactions:
- Time and Materials (T&M) when using bill rates, or
- Cost plus when using burden schedules


Using Oracle Projects features, you can manage and control your invoices, review and adjust them online, and review the detailed information that backs up your invoice amounts. When you generate invoices, Oracle Projects calculates bill amounts, creates formatted invoices for printing and posting, and maintains funding balances

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