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Dec 7, 2009

Step - by Step details Order to Cash flow in Oracle Order Management

In this blog I will explain in few steps about complete Order to cash flow in Oracle Order Management.
  • Create Order - Book It
  • Go to 'Release Sales Order'
    • Set the Required fields as shown below
    • Order = Unreleased
    • Order Number = Enter Order #
    • Clear Schedule Ship dates and Requested Dates
    • Go to Inventoty Tab and Enter Warehouse , based on your setup it will pull all the information
    • Press Concurrent Button 
  •  Go To "Shipping transaction form"
    • Enter Order Number, Press Find
    • Makes sure Line status = Staged/Pick Confirmed
    • Go to Delivery tab and Press "Ship Confirm'
    • Note Down Deliver #
    • Press Ok
  • Above step submit the concurrent programs, wait for Concurrent Program "Interface Trip Stop" to complete
  • Goto Sales Order and Check Line Status ,It should be "Shipped".
  •  Go to View > request . Submit Concurrent Program  "Workflow background Process"
    • with Item Type = OM Order Line
    •  Process Deferred = Yes
    •  Process Timeout = No. 
  •  Query Order line again , Staus Sould be "Closed"
  •  System will Trigger the AutoInvoice concurrent Program  OR you have to Manually submit it
  •  Goto Transaction (Receivable)
    •  Go to Find Window
    • Enter Sales Order # in Sales Order Number Field
    • Press Find
  •  System should dispaly your Invoice

 Examine the Invoice and you are good to go.

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