12.25 Order to Cash -Part 1

  • This cycle starts with the Order Management Module where an order is created with 5 steps. This order is then booked and passed to Pick Release.
  • Pick Release finds and releases the order and creates a move order request. The process of transacting move orders creates a reservation against the source sub inventory.
  • Ship confirm is the process of confirming that items have shipped. Shipping Execution confirms that the delivery lines associated with the delivery have shipped.
  • ITS creates a trip and related stops for all eligible deliveries that has not been assigned to a trip.
  • A manual Invoice is created based on the Customer and the items, which are ordered previously.
  • In order to complete the business cycle, these manually created invoices are then moved to the General Ledger Module by way of a Concurrent Program, and finally after a review of these Journal Entries in the General Ledger they are Auto-Posted in the respective accounts, thus ending the complete cycle.


All the mentioned  Business Processes in the Oracle EBS Application uses the following Business Components in Sequence.

Login to Oracle Application

This component allows user to Log into the Oracle EBS Application. It does not take any Object Input Argument.It takes two Data Input Arguments.

Data Input Arguments

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This Component Enters the User Name and Password on the browser and Log in to the Oracle EBS application.

Data Input Arguments [Example

Navigate to Responsibility

Navigate to Responsibility component allows user to navigate to their respective responsibility .It does not take any Object Input Argument.It takes three Data Input Arguments.

**A responsibility is a level of authority in Oracle Applications that lets users access only those Oracle Applications functions and data appropriate to their roles in an organization.

Data Input Arguments

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This Component navigates the user from Parent Responsibility to Sub Parent Responsibility and then Child Responsibility.

Data Input Arguments [Example]

Now, let’s have a look at all the Business Processes one by one.

Drop Shipment Cycle

This Business Process allows the user to drop shipment cycle. It is composed of the  following Business Components:

[* It is mandatory to use Log in to Oracle Application and Navigate to Responsibility before proceeding below].

Enter Sales Order For Drop Shipment

This component allows the user to create Sales Order. It does not take any Object Input Arguments.  It takes four Data Input Arguments.

Data Input Arguments

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Data Input Arguments [Example]

Book Sales Order

This component allows the user to Book Sales Order. It does not take any Object Input Arguments.  It takes One Data Input Arguments.

Data Input Arguments

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Data Input Arguments [Example]

Purchasing

This component allows the user to Purchase the Item. It does not take any Object Input Arguments.  It takes eight Data Input Arguments.

Data Input Arguments

Output

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Data Input Arguments [Example]

Requisition in OM

This  component allows the user to create Requisition in the Order Management.It does not take any Object Input Arguments.  It takes three Data Input Arguments.

Data Input Arguments

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Switch Responsibility

This  component allows the user to Switch among Responsibilities. It does not take any Object Input Argument. It takes one Data Input Argument.

Data Input Arguments

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Data Input Arguments [Example]

Create Autocreate Standard Purchase Order

This  component allows the user to create Standard Purchase Order Automatically .It does not take any Object Input Argument.It takes Four Data Input Arguments.

**A purchase order (PO) is a commercial document and first official offer issued by a buyer to a seller, indicating types, quantities, and agreed prices for products or services. It is used to control the purchasing of products and services from external suppliers.



Data Input Arguments

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Data Input Arguments [Example]

Create Receipt From Order Inventory

This component allows user to create receipt against create Purchase Order. It does not take any Object Input Arguments.  It takes eight Data Input Arguments.

Data Input Arguments

Output

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Data Input Arguments [Example]

Order Status Verification

This component allows the user to verify the Status of Order for selected Item. It does not take any Object Input Arguments.  It takes two Data Input Arguments.

Data Input Arguments

Output

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Data Input Arguments [Example]

Close All Forms

This component allows the user to close all the Forms. It does not take any Object and Data Input Arguments.

Output

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Book Order Status

This Business Process allows the user to book the order status. It is composed of the  following Business Components:

[* It is mandatory to use Log in to Oracle Application and Navigate to Responsibility before proceeding below].

Enter Sales Order

This component allows the user to create Sales Order. It does not take any Object Input Arguments.  It takes fifty seven Data Input Arguments.

Data Input Arguments

Output

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Data Input Arguments [Example]

Book Sales Order

This component allows the user to Book Sales Order. It does not take any Object Input Arguments.  It takes One Data Input Arguments.

Data Input Arguments

Output

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Data Input Arguments [Example]

Lunch Pick Release For Back Order Process

This component allows the user to check the Status of Order. It does not take any Object Input Arguments.  It takes three Data Input Arguments.

Data Input Arguments

Output

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Data Input Arguments [Example]

Close All Browsers

This component allows the user to close all Browsers. It does not take any Object and Data Input Arguments.

Output

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Create Debit Note For Normal Transactions

This Business Process allows the user to create Debit note for normal transactions. It is composed of the  following Business Components:

[* It is mandatory to use Log in to Oracle Application and Navigate to Responsibility before proceeding below].

Create Transactions

This component allows the user to create Transaction. It does not take any Object Input Arguments.  It takes six Data Input Arguments.

Data Input Arguments

Output

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Data Input Arguments [Example]

Navigate to Receivables Superuser for Inquiry of Account Details

This component allows the user to navigate on the desired Function. It does not take any Object and Data Input Arguments.

Output

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Check Customer Balance

This component allows the user to check the customer balance. It does not take any Object Input Arguments.  It takes Four Data Input Arguments.

Data Input Arguments

Output

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Data Input Arguments [Example]

Navigate to Receivables Superuser for Inquiry of Account Details

This component allows the user to navigate on the desired Function. It does not take any Object and Data Input Arguments.

Output

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Create Debit Memo

This component allows the user to create Debit Note for the Transaction created. It does not take any Object Input Arguments.  It takes seven Data Input Arguments.

Data Input Arguments

Output

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Data Input Arguments [Example]

Navigate To Receivables Superuser for Inquiry of Account Details

This component allows the user to navigate on the desired Function. It does not take any Object and Data Input Arguments.

Output

Oracle EBS Implementation

Check Customer Balance

This component allows the user to check the customer balance. It does not take any Object Input Arguments.  It takes Four Data Input Arguments.

Data Input Arguments

Output

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Data Input Arguments [Example]

Verify Customer Balance Post Debit Note

This component allows the user to verify the Customer Balance after the Debit Note is created. It does not take any Object Input Arguments.  It takes three Data Input Arguments.

Data Input Arguments

Output

Oracle EBS Implementation

Data Input Arguments [Example]

Create Receipts

This component allows the user to create Receipt for Account Receivables. It does not take any Object Input Arguments.  It takes three Data Input Arguments.

Data Input Arguments

Output

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Data Input Arguments [Example]

Navigate To Receivables Superuser for Inquiry of Account Details

This component allows the user to navigate on the desired Function. It does not take any Object and Data Input Arguments.

Output

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Check Customer Balance

This component allows the user to check the customer balance. It does not take any Object Input Arguments.  It takes Four Data Input Arguments.

Data Input Arguments

Output

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Data Input Arguments [Example]

Verify Customer Balance

This component allows the user to verify the Customer Balance. It does not take any Object Input Arguments.  It takes three Data Input Arguments.

Data Input Arguments

Output

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Data Input Arguments [Example]

Close All Browsers

This  component allows the user to close all Oracle Forms and Browsers.It does not take any Object and Data  Input Argument.

Output

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Create Credit Note For Normal Transactions

This Business Process allows the user to create credit note for normal transactions. It is composed of the  following Business Components:

[* It is mandatory to use Log in to Oracle Application and Navigate to Responsibility before proceeding below].

Create Transactions

This component allows the user to create Transaction. It does not take any Object Input Arguments.  It takes six Data Input Arguments.

Data Input Arguments

Output

Oracle EBS Implementation

Data Input Arguments [Example]

Navigate to Receivables Superuser for Inquiry of Account Details

This component allows the user to navigate on the desired Function. It does not take any Object and Data Input Arguments.

Output

Oracle EBS Implementation

Check Customer Balance

This component allows the user to check the customer balance. It does not take any Object Input Arguments.  It takes Four Data Input Arguments.

Data Input Arguments

Output

Oracle EBS Implementation

Data Input Arguments [Example]

Navigate to Receivables Superuser for Inquiry of Account Details

This component allows the user to navigate on the desired Function. It does not take any Object and Data Input Arguments.

Output

Oracle EBS Implementation

Create Credit Memo

This component allows the user to create Credit Note for the Transaction created. It does not take any Object Input Arguments.  It takes seven Data Input Arguments.

Data Input Arguments

Output

Oracle EBS Implementation

Data Input Arguments [Example]

Navigate To Receivables Superuser for Inquiry of Account Details

This component allows the user to navigate on the desired Function. It does not take any Object and Data Input Arguments.

Output

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Check Customer Balance

This component allows the user to check the customer balance. It does not take any Object Input Arguments.  It takes Four Data Input Arguments.

Data Input Arguments

Output

Oracle EBS Implementation

Data Input Arguments [Example]

Verify Customer Balance Post Credit Note

This component allows the user to verify the Customer Balance after the Credit Note is created. It does not take any Object Input Arguments.  It takes three Data Input Arguments.

Data Input Arguments

Output

Oracle EBS Implementation

Data Input Arguments [Example]

Create Receipts

This component allows the user to create Receipt for Account Receivables. It does not take any Object Input Arguments.  It takes three Data Input Arguments.

Data Input Arguments

Output

Oracle EBS Implementation

Data Input Arguments [Example]

Navigate To Receivables Superuser for Inquiry of Account Details

This component allows the user to navigate on the desired Function. It does not take any Object and Data Input Arguments.

Output

Oracle EBS Implementation

Check Customer Balance

This component allows the user to check the customer balance. It does not take any Object Input Arguments.  It takes Four Data Input Arguments.

Data Input Arguments

Output

Oracle EBS Implementation

Data Input Arguments [Example]

Verify Customer Balance

This component allows the user to verify the Customer Balance. It does not take any Object Input Arguments.  It takes three Data Input Arguments.

Data Input Arguments

Output

Oracle EBS Implementation

Data Input Arguments [Example]

Close All Browsers

This  component allows the user to close all Oracle Forms and Browsers.It does not take any Object and Data  Input Argument.

Output

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