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Logistics

Created on Thursday, January 04, 2007

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Table of Contents
OPM Convergence.............................................................................................................1
Dual Unit of Measure Control....................................................................................................1

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OPM Convergence
Dual Unit of Measure Control
Procedure
Dual Unit of Measure Control was added to Oracle Inventory in order to support Process
Manufacturing functionality that was required as a result of the OPM and Discrete Inventory
Convergrence
Dual Unit of Measure Control allows an item to be tracked in two units of measure at the same
time. Typically a count and a weight, volume or size are tracked.

Step
1.

Action
Click the Oracle Applications - ADS Vision object.
Dual Unit of Measure Control is enabled on the Item Master.

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Step
2.

Action
Click the Oracle Applications - ADS Vision object.
- The primary UoM is 'each' and is used to provide a count
for the number of chickens shipped.
- Tracking is set to 'Primary & Secondary' in order to enable
Dual UoM Control
- Pricing can be done in either UoM. We'll use pounds, so
all business related to the item is based on it's weight.
- When the Primary UoM is entered the Secondary UoM will be
calculated from a nominal conversion factor and defaulted
- Since the conversion is based on a nominal quantity, it can
be updated. The user-definable Deviation Factor ensures
that the update is within reason. Quantities out of tolerance
are not accepted.

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Step
3.

Action
Click the Oracle Applications - ADS Vision object.
- There must be a conversion factor for each part the tracks Dual UoMs.

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Step
4.

Action
Click the Oracle Applications - ADS Vision object.
- We're interested in Inter-class conversions.

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Step
5.

Action
Click the Oracle Applications - ADS Vision object.
- Now we enter a nominal conversion quantity. This would be an average or typcial
conversion quatitiy. In this case we define the typical frozen large whole chicken to be
abuot 3.5 pounds. (3.5 x .28 = 1)

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Step
6.

Action
Click the Oracle Applications - ADS Vision object.
- With our setup complete, let's see how Dual UoMs are handled in the application.
- First we'll look at Miscellaneous Receiving.

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Step
7.

Action
Click the Oracle Applications - ADS Vision object.
- You may need to add the fields for secondary quantity and UoM.

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Step
8.

Action
Click the Oracle Applications - ADS Vision object.
- Select 'Show Fields' to get the list of available fields.

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Step
9.

Action
Click the Oracle Applications - ADS Vision object.
- Select Secoundary Qty and then repeat the process for Secondary UoM.

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Step
10.

Action
Enter the desired information into the Oracle Applications - ADS Vision field. Enter
"162.8".
- The quantity received is 44 and the converts to 157.14 pounds using our nominal
conversion factor.
- Since we pay by the pound, we want verify the weight and determine it to be 162.8
pounds for this shipment.

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Step
11.

Action
Click the Oracle Applications - ADS Vision object.
- When we update the Secondary UoM, we,re asked if we like to adjust the Priamry
UoM by using the nominal conversion factor.
- No update is required. We received 44 chickens, but they wgihed a little more than
average.

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Step
12.

Action
Click the Oracle Applications - ADS Vision object.
- Let's save this receipt and take a look at on-hand quantity using hte Material
Workbench.
-Notice at the bottom of the screen, there are on-hand quantities in both UoMs.

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Step
13.

Action
Click the Oracle Applications - ADS Vision object.

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Step
14.

Action
Click the Oracle Applications - ADS Vision object.
- Enter our Item Number and select 'Find'

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Step
15.

Action
Right-click the Oracle Applications - ADS Vision object.
- We can see only the primary UoM for the on-hand balance.
- In order to display Secondary Qty and Secondary UoM, right-click on a column
header.

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Step
16.

Action
Click the Oracle Applications - ADS Vision object.
- Select 'Secondary Onhand'
- The column may be added anywhere in the form. Find it and drag it back. (To drag
this column, select it with a leftclick and wait 2 seconds before starting to drag it.)
- Repeat this process for Secondary UOM.

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Step
17.

Action
Click the Oracle Applications - ADS Vision object.
- All Done!

18.

End of Procedure.

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