Inventory Items in Oracle Work in Process
Oracle Work in Process is about building products. Products or Finished Goods are made of subassemblies and components. And these building blocks translate into Inventory Items.
Dwight realizes that before he proceeds any further, he needs to define the items needed for building his office chair. He takes a look at the drawing on his wall.
Demo: Dwight Creates Some Inventory Items
This is an exercise that is executed in Oracle Inventory.
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A Thought, Aside...
This demo deals with only 3 items to give you a feel of item creation in Oracle Inventory. Dwight has to create a lot more items.
In an implementation, it may not be feasible to create items manually, especially if there is a significantly large number of items to be created, as is usually the case. In such a case the decision may be made to either upload items programatically through the Items Interface or use a Data Loader for this purpose.
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