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Oracle Work in Process User's Guide
Release 12.1
Part Number E13678-04
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Overview of Work in Process

This chapter describes Oracle Work in Process and its integration with other Oracle Applications.

This chapter covers the following topics:

Overview of Work in Process

Oracle Work in Process is a complete production management system supporting discrete, project, repetitive, assemble-to-order, flow, lot based jobs, or a combination of manufacturing methods. Inquiries and reports give you a complete picture of transactions, materials, resources, costs, and job and schedule progress.

Manufacturing Support

Production Scheduling

Material Control

Shop Floor Control

Resource Tracking

Costing

Mobile Manufacturing

Import

Standard Documents

You can define standard documents for discrete jobs, repetitive schedules, and job/schedule operations. Standard documents can then be attached to discrete jobs, repetitive schedules, and operations as required.

Defining Job and Schedule Documents

You can define standard job and schedule documents and then attach them to jobs and repetitive schedules. You can use the Job and Schedule Documents window to create a catalog of standard job and schedule documents. You can then attach these documents to your jobs and repetitive schedules.

To define standard job and schedule documents:

Related Topics

Attaching Files to Jobs, Schedules, and Operations

Adding an Attachment, Oracle E-Business Suite User's Guide.

Defining Operation Documents

You can use this window to create a catalog of standard operation documents. You can then attach these documents to your work in process routing operations in the Operations window.

To define standard operation documents:

  1. Navigate to the Operation Documents window.

  2. Enter a value in the Category field and any applicable description.

    Categories control which windows can access the document. Each window enabling attachments must list the document categories it can access.

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  3. In the Source Region, select a Document Datatype. Your choices are:

  4. In the File field, enter the name of the file or URL for selected datatypes File or Web Page.

  5. In the Usage region, specify how this document is used. Your choices are:

  6. In the Security region, indicate access to this document.

  7. In the Effective Dates region, select any applicable dates in the From and To fields.

  8. The Document block is used to displays the record selected in the Source region.

    If you selected Long Text or Short Text datatypes, enter that text here. If you selected Document Reference, File, or Web Page datatypes, choose Open Document to navigate to a browser window for viewing.

  9. You have the option to change the view of the document by selecting a value in the Magnification field.

  10. Save your work.

Related Topics

Attaching Files to Jobs, Schedules, and Operations

Adding an Attachment, Oracle E-Business Suite User's Guide.