Tuesday, 30 June 2015

DROP SHIP Order Flow in oracle apps

  • Drop Ship is mere similar to Back 2 Back order except the supplier directly ships the order to customer rather than our inventory.
  • Below is the flow chart for your reference.
All steps are similar except two changes:
  • Source type as External in sales order line
  • Import source as ORDER ENTRY while executing Requisition Import

STEP 1: SALES ORDER CREATION
  • Let’s start with placing a new sales order.

  • Follow similar steps as Back 2 Back orders.


Progressing Supply Eligible

  • Running Workflow Background process.

  • Now the status of the sales order line will be Awaiting Receipt.

STEP 2: Requisition Import
  • As discussed before, mention Import Source as ORDER ENTRY as below.

  • From here we follow P2P cycle.
Querying REQ, PO, taking Receipt as below.




  • Corresponding # created:
Sales Order
10008
Requisition
15951
PO
6606
Receipt
23708

  • Now if you check the status of the sales order line it will be shipped.




  • Run the workflow background process.


  • The status will be closed which means the order has directly been shipped to customer rather than transferred to our inventory.


Different line Status of the Sales Order:
SL NO
PROCESS
BACK 2 BACK METHOD
DROP SHIP METHOD
1
SALES ORDER BOOKING
SUPPLY ELIGIBLE
SUPPLY ELIGIBLE
2
PROGRESSING SUPPLY ELIGIBLE
External Req Requested
Awaiting Receipt
3
CREATING REQUSITION
External Req Open
Awaiting Receipt
4
CREATING PURCHASE ORDER
PO Open
Awaiting Receipt
5
TAKING RECEIPT
Awaiting Shipment
SHIPPED
6
After  Performing O2C CYCLE
CLOSED
Not Applicable directly send to the Customer CLOSED


  • This completes the explanation about BACK 2 BACK METHOD & DROP SHIP METHOD in Oracle EBS R12.

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