Work In Process Attribute Group

Following are the Work In Process attributes and their possible values. You set these attributes when defining or updating items.


Build in WIP

Indicate whether to create discrete jobs or repetitive assemblies in Oracle Work in Process. See: Defining Discrete Jobs Manually, and Defining Repetitive Schedules Manually, Oracle Work in Process User’s Guide.

Costing Attribute Group

Following are the Costing attributes and their possible values. You set these attributes when defining or updating items.

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.

Bills of Material Attribute Group

Following are the Bills of Material attributes and their possible values. You set these attributes when defining or updating items
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.

BOM Item Type

This attribute is controlled at the Master level only.

Receiving Attribute Group

Following are the Receiving attributes and their possible values. You set these attributes when defining or updating items.

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.

Purchasing Attribute Group

Following are the Purchasing attributes and their possible values. You set these attributes when defining or updating items.

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.

Purchasable

Order Management Attribute Group

Following are the Order Management attributes and their possible values. You set these attributes when defining or updating items.

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.

Inventory Attribute Group

Inventory Attribute Group
Following are the Inventory attributes and their possible values. You set these attributes when defining or updating items.

1. Inventory Item: Indicate whether to stock and transact this item in Oracle Inventory.
You must turn this option on if you want to enable the following item attributes: Stockable, BOM Allowed, Transactable, and Build in WIP.

Main Attribute Group

Following are the Main attributes and their possible values. You set these attributes when defining or updating items.
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.

Item Master

You must set certain controls and reference options before defining items. These enable you to maintain, group, reference, query, and delete your items. Once you have defined items, you can set up other parameters, such as item cross references, to control the use of items.

You define items in one organization. To distinguish it from others, we call it the Item Master organization. Other organizations (child organizations) refer to the Item Master for item definition. After you define an item in the Item Master, you can assign it to any number of other organizations.

Cross–Reference Types

Cross–reference types define relationships between items and entities such as old item numbers or supplier item numbers. For example, you can create a cross–reference type Old to track the old item numbers, and a type Supplier to track supplier part numbers.

Navigate to INV : Items -> Cross reference , Enter a unique cross–reference type name and save it.

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