Serial numbers are a one-to-one relationship in inventory. You can only have ONE item number-serial number combination existing in Oracle. Since there is no validation for revision, lot or serial numbers against inventory tables in Order management at the time the RMA is entered, it is difficult to control what is received. Sometimes the serial number on the items returned by a customer could be different than what the return was intended for. Oracle provides functionality to control what serial numbers are received into inventory against an RMA. This is an excellent way to add control so you can keep your inventory balanced and your records straight. This is especially helpful if product is consigned product, or if you are trying to tie the return to a warranty or specific Sales Order for credit purposes.
Blog | Oct 20, 2016
If you are entering multiple purchase requisitions in the same log-in session, and a lot of those requisitions have the same information – such as Need by Date, Currency, or Project Related Information, etc., you can use the Requisition Preferences to automatically populate this data into your requisition making entry a snap! It’s as simple as entering the replicate data and saving it.
Blog | Dec 9, 2015
Performance can be impacted by many things. One of the more common causes is database space. When your database starts to fill up with data there will be some impact on performance time. Workflow plays a huge part in many functional modules. As such, the corresponding amount of data and indexes stored will increase the size of these tables and can adversely affect performance in a short period of time.
Blog | Nov 20, 2014
How many times has it happened to you that you’ve submitted your expense report for approval and the approver is not available? Not today, not tomorrow, not until a week or more? To top it off, they did not make any preparations for your approvals to be taken care of in their absence. Looks like it’s time for a vacation rule!
Blog | Oct 31, 2014
Did you know that the “Vacation Rule” functionality in Oracle is simply a method for automatically forwarding requests for approval from one recipient to another? Similar to setting up an “out of office” email response, Oracle will forward requests for workflow approvals to another recipient as designated in the Vacation Rule.