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I am a Oracle Manufacturing and Distribution Functional consultant. I also implemented Oracle Configurator and tested flow of KANBAN in Oracle. The project I am working in has only one Functional person and that’s me, so I need to handle all the issues irrespective of the modules or domain. I am getting very wide exposure to the system in current project.
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http://functionalguy.blogspot.com/
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Data flow for Order to Cash cycle

Full article is avilable at my blog

Here you will get the details of column values getting updated at different stages and table joins information. >CLICK HERE



1. Order Entry

This is first stage, When the order is entered in the system, it creates a record in order headers and Order Lines table.



* Enter… Continue

Posted on July 3, 2009 at 6:42am — 4 Comments

Workflow diagram for manufactured ATO item

Blue line is main workflow.

Flow shown in Purple box is an explored flow.

Green line is the flow which is followed by a manufactured ATO…





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Posted on October 3, 2008 at 9:00am

Serial Number Generation

Serial generation in Oracle Apps is based on the parameters defined for an Organization:



* Serial Uniqueness

o Within organization: Enforce unique serial numbers within the current organization

o Within inventory model and items: Enforce unique serial numbers for inventory items

o Across organizations: Enforce unique serial numbers throughout all organizations

* Serial Generation

o At organization level: Define the starting prefix… Continue

Posted on July 28, 2008 at 7:45am

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At 3:16am on July 28, 2008, Shivmohan Purohit said…
Hello devendra,
sent you mail on your gmail id.

thanks
Shiv
At 3:19am on July 27, 2008, Shivmohan Purohit said…
thanks devendra, i added it.

i like to get your advise on few things.
1. i like to add some of your articles in my blog as summary/ detail and then pointing back to your site. Along with i am also quite fine to given direct link to your site and also giving credit for article to you. need to know your thought on this.

2. i want to put some of oracle functional area related thoughts, so what if i put one article as a interview with you... in that i will ask some questions in general and you can give ur thoughts on those n later upon your confirmation i will publish it.

do share your thoughts.
thanks Shiv
At 12:37am on July 26, 2008, Rajeeb Dutta said…
Hi,
Devendra,
Thanks for the support,i have checked the site,but as I use GPRS to get connected with internet,all the pages are taking too much time to get open.
Thanks once again.
Bye,
Rajeeb.
At 11:49am on July 25, 2008, Shivmohan Purohit said…
hi, i wanted to add your blog in my bloglist, can u suggest what should i add as title ?

thanks
shiv
At 6:36am on July 25, 2008, Rajeeb Dutta said…
Hi,
Devendra,
Thanks for the support,i will check out wat u have wrote me to do.
Thanks once again.
Bye,
Rajeeb.
At 12:30am on July 25, 2008, Rajeeb Dutta said…
Hi, Friend, this is Rajeeb,from Kolkata, I need to learn Oracle Apps. Finacial & HRMS 11i package,is der any trail version to learn from home? need tutorials for its aplications.
Thanks,
Rajeeb
At 9:55pm on July 24, 2008, Shivmohan Purohit said…
Thanks for reply, your blog surely very spepcific toward Supply chain/ manufacturing side. it contain quite knowledge oriented stuff...i think you can add more to make it better. overall it is very useful.
how you found my blog, is it good or what is ur feedback.

thanks
Shiv
At 10:04am on July 23, 2008, Shivmohan Purohit said…
Hello Friend
need your advise / feedback on my new initiative on oracle related blog...

http://knoworacle.wordpress.com/

thanks
Shiv
 
 
 

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