Oracle Order Management

The quantity of current on-hand stock, outstanding receipts and planned production that has not already been committed, either through a reservation or placing demand. In Oracle Inventory, you define the types of supply and demand that should be included in your ATP calculation.

A set of Yes/No options for various entities that the user enters in Oracle Inventory. The combination of the various entities are used to define what is considered supply and demand when calculating available to promise quantity.

An unfulfilled customer order or commitment. Oracle Order Management allows you to create backorders either automatically or manually from released order lines.

The amount that represents the denominator for the ratio used to determine the amount due. You specify your base amount when you define your payment terms.

Amount Due = Relative Amount/Base Amount * Invoice Amount

(BOM) A listing of all the subassemblies, intermediates, parts, and raw materials that go into a parent assembly or product configuration. It shows the quantity of each part required to make an assembly. You may think of a bill of material as a recipe or formula for a configuration. Oracle Order Management uses a bill of material format to define configurations

The address of the customer who is to receive the invoice. Equivalent to Invoice To Address in Oracle Order Entry. Yes.

A customer location to which you have assigned a Bill-To business purpose. You can define your customer's bill-to sites in the Customers windows. An address can have multiple sites such as Bill To, Legal, Ship To and so on.

The business reason you have for communicating with a customer's address. For example, you would assign the business purpose of Ship To to an address if you ship to that address. If you also send invoices to that address, you could also assign the business purpose Bill To.

Bill To and Ship To are the only business purposes recognized in Oracle Order Entry. (Receivables QuickCode)

An action on an order signifying that the order has all the necessary information to be a firm order and processed through its order cycle workflow.

An order and its order lines that have completed all actions of the order cycle and on which the Close Orders program has been run.

A bill of material that is shared between organizations. This enables you to reduce your maintenance effort by sharing the same bill structure among two or more bills of material. For example, if you have identical bills of material that produce the same product in two different organizations, you can define common bills of material for the identical structures.

A group of order lines that correspond to a customer's selection of a base model and associated options. Configurations can either be shipped as individual pieces, as a set (kit), or as an assemble (configuration item).

The item that corresponds to a base model and a specific list of options chosen by the customer. Oracle Bills of Material creates a new configuration item each time a customer orders an ATO model. A PTO model appears as a list of items on the pick slip for the picker to gather for shipment.

The Enter Configuration Options form that allows you to choose options that are available for a particular model, thus defining a particular configuration for the model.