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April 15, 2016

4/15/2016 12:58:00 AM
Customer Credit Check Hold Source Support across Operating Units   Order Management honors credit holds placed on customers from AR across operating Units.  When Receivables places a customer on credit hold a hold source will be created in all operating units which have: • A site defined for that customer • An order placed against that customer.

Renaming Blanket Sales Agreements to Sales Agreements Blanket Sales Agreements are renamed to Sales Agreements.  There is no functional impact.

Term Definition
Sales Agreement (SA) A long-term sales agreement between a supplier and a customer.  The agreement is usually for the purchase of a certain number of units or value of goods over a set time period.
Detailed level reservations Material reservations at a lower level than item, either lot, subinventory, and/or locator level.
Fair share reservations Reservation mode where the available inventory is allocated equally across the selected orders
High level reservations Material reservations at the item level High Volume Order Processing Batch importing and processing for implementations with a high system load One-time service A service that is only fulfilled and invoiced once
Percentage reservations Reservation mode where the specified line fill percentage is allocated to the selected orders until the available inventory is exhausted 

Advance Pricing
Features
Price Book
  • With this release, Oracle Advanced Pricing provides a robust self-service capability for users to generate and publish lists of products they sell with their related prices.   The user has the ability to generate a Price Book showing list and net prices for a specific customer.   
  • The Price Book can cross multiple price lists to derive the net price for a customer.  Multi-currency price lists as well as formula pricing are included. Current, past or future effective pricing dates are supported.  Input criteria can optionally include specific items, item category, pricing attributes, qualifiers and price lists.  
  • The Price Book uses the customer item cross reference number (when available) rather than the internal item number, making it easy for the customer to identify their items. 
  • A Price Book can be generated for a customer or a Delta Price Book showing only items with changed prices can be created.  The publication options for the Price Book include: printed report, online views, XML messages and email.  Additionally, a Price Book API is provided for other applications to generate a price book and then use the information as required. 
  • The feature is available in Basic and Advanced Pricing. Basic Pricing users have a subset of the full price book functionality. 
Recurring Charges 
Advanced Pricing can now price based on the value of a new charge periodicity pricing attribute. Examples of values for charge periodicity include: Monthly, Quarterly, etc.
Applications Oracle iStore, Oracle Quoting and Oracle Order Management will leverage this new functionality to calculate prices when telecommunications services with recurring charges are quoted or ordered.
The feature is available in Basic and Advanced Pricing.

Pricing Parameters Pricing Parameters control certain behaviors of the pricing application and can be assigned a value at the pricing transaction entity and request type level. Oracle Advanced Pricing is initialized with a set of seeded parameters; users cannot create new parameters. For each parameter, there might be seeded values that can vary for different level names. Users can select a different value for their implementation.
The feature is available in Basic and Advanced Pricing.



 
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