Oracle E-Business Suite R12.1 Inventory Essentials

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Exam Code

1z0-519

 

Exam Name

Oracle E-Business Suite R12.1 Inventory Essentials

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about Oracle E-Business Suite R12.1 Inventory Essentials

The Oracle E-Business Suite 12.1 Inventory Essentials (1Z0-519) certification is intended for people who have a good foundation and experience in the sale and implementation of Oracle E-Business Suite Inventory Supply Chain solutions.

Oracle E-Business Suite R12.1 Inventory Essentials  Certification Exam

The 1Z0-519 exam targets Oracle Partner Network members who are concentrating on selling and integrating modules for Oracle E-Business Suite Supply Chain Management. The intermediate-level implementation team member is the subject of this exam. Up-to-date training is recommended, as well as field experience. Within the R12 E-Business Suite, you can learn the skills to access and navigate, enter data, retrieve information in the form of a question, and online access support. You can also gain a basic understanding of Oracle Inventory's characteristics, functions, and advantages.

Objectives 

  • Sign in to Applications from Oracle
  • Navigate to Applications from Personal Home Page
  • Select a Liability
  • Create and set Preferences for Favorites
  • Styles and Menus Use
  • Using Ways to enter data
  • Using Types, search for data
  • Online Support for Access
  • Reports and services to run and track
  • Log out of Applications from Oracle
  • Explain the E-Business Suite footprint of the R12
  • Describe the advantages of E-Business Suite R12
  • Describe the architecture of E-Business Suite R12
  • Explain to R12 E-Business Suite mutual entities
  • Definition of main points of integration and market flows between E-Business Suite products (EBS)
  • Identify the main market flows and E-Business Suite products (EBS)
  • Explain principles for Workflow
  • Describe the workflow advantages
  • Describe Flexfields and the elements thereof
  • Identify the measures for a Flexfield implementation
  • Define sets of values and values
  • Define Flexfields Main
  • Defines Flexfields Descriptive
  • Multiple Organization concept (Multi-Org)
  • Describe the types of organizations in the Multi-Org model sponsored
  • Explaining Multi-Org organizations
  • Explain how Multi-Org protects data
  • Identify Multi-Org primary implementation considerations
  • Define Control of Multi-Org Access
  • Explaining preferences for Multi-Org
  • Explain multiple-organization reporting improved
  • Explain the sub-ledger accounting principles
  • Describe the overall method for inventory from receipt to issue
  • Describe the key points of integration between Oracle Inventory and other applications for Oracle
  • Describe the Arrangement of Inventories
  • Describe an Inventory Organization's structure
  • Describe in Oracle Applications the multi-organization structure
  • Using the reports of organizations
  • Set Criteria for Inventory, Sub Inventories, and Locators
  • Set up choices for the Company Profile
  • Describe the implementation concerns of organizations
  • Defining measurement units
  • Usage Measure Records Units
  • Using options for units of measure setup
  • Describe the considerations of units of measure implementation
  • Defines configure and manage objects,
  • Using Models of Products
  • Using Levels of object control
  • Using divisions and catalogues of products
  • Using reports for organizations
  • Implement Item Profile Choices
  • Describe considerations of implementation for products
  • Describe batches
  • Describe lots for parents and children
  • Describe the shelf life and behaviour of several
  • Describe the regulation of grades
  • Describe Serial System Control
  • Describe the collection and serial genealogy
  • Using batch and serial reports  
  • Implement the options for batch and serial profiles
  • Describe batch and serial control implementation considerations
  • Describe and transfer orders for transactions
  • Defining transaction managers, forms of transactions, and explanations for transactions
  • Establish rules for inventory picking
  • Define aliases of inventory accounts
  • Configure movement instructions
  • Describe the Inventory Close Period Process
  • Usage Notification Notifications and Reports
  • Configure Profile Options
  • Describe transaction setup implementation considerations
  • Conduct Transactions
  • Administrate receipts
  • Conduct Transfer Orders
  • Understand Reports for Transactions
  • Explain accessibility
  • View amounts on-hand
  • Describe the use of the workbench for materials
  • Establish ATP rules, time fences, and sources of supply/demand
  • Reservation Management
  • Implement options for on-hand and availability profiles
  • Usage reports of on-hand and availability
  • Describe the implementation considerations for on-hand and availability
  • Explain the status of materials
  • Set up properties of material status
  • Describe key considerations of material status implementation
  • Execute forecasting
  • Explain the preparation of reorder-points
  • Execute min-max preparation
  • Perform the counting of replenishments
  • Set up options for inventory planning profiles
  • Generate cards with kanban
  • Identify Inventory Replenishment Deployment Considerations
  • Build a Compile for ABC
  • Defining a cycle count and preserving it
  • Define a physical stock
  • Display count changes and approvals
  • Usage data on inventory accuracy
  • Set up options for inventory accuracy profiles
  • Explain key requirements for inventory accuracy implementation
  • Identify the tables of the Oracle Inventory
  • Access to eTRM