Monday, August 07, 2017

Workflow Builder ” Error Accessing the System Registry” in Window

Window 7 is not the Verified OS for Oracle workflow Builder. So one might get the Issue in terms of System Registry accessibility.
Hence the solution for the issue can be taken care by Compatibility.
Unable to launch Workflow Builder. Gives the following error : ” Error Accessing the System Registry”.
Solution : Right click on the icon and “Run as Administrator”.
This resolves the issue.

Friday, August 04, 2017

Item and its Attributes details.

There are scope of 270 different Item attributes in 17 different attibute groups.
Item attributes are the collection of information about an item.
Item Attribute Group:
        Main
        Inventory
        Bills of Material
        Costing
        Asset Management
        Purchasing
        Receiving
        Physical
        General Planning
        MPS/MRP
        Lead times
        Work In Process
        Order Management
        Invoicing
        Process Manufacturing
        Service
        Web Option
Basics of Item Attributes:
1.       Item attributes are fields in the item table used to store specific characteristics of an item, such as item status, unit of measure, revision control, etc...
2.       Attributes can be controlled at either the master or the organization level.
3.       An item has the same value for Attributes that are controlled at the Master level in all organizations in which it is defined.
4.       You can enter and update the values of Master-level attributes only by using the Master Item window. Oracle Inventory reflects your changes in all organizations that carry the item.
5.       An item may have different values for such Attributes that are controlled at the Organization level in each organization in which it is defined.
6.       You can update the values of organization-level attributes only by using the Organization Item window in each organization that carries the item.
7.       These attributes are stored in a table named MTL_ITEM_ATTRIBUTES.
8.       The attributes that are available to the user depend on which Oracle applications are installed. The table MTL_ATTR_APPL_DEPENDENCIES maintains the relationships between items attributes and Oracle applications.
9.       Two units of measure columns are stored in MTL_SYSTEM_ITEMS table.
10.   PRIMARY_UOM_CODE is the 3–character unit that is used throughout Oracle Manufacturing.
11.   PRIMARY_UNIT_OF_MEASURE is the 25–character unit that is used throughout Oracle Purchasing.
Main Attributes
Primary Unit of Measure is the stocking and selling unit of measure
Tracking attribute controls how on-hand balances are tracked
Pricing attribute controls if pricing is based on the primary or secondary unit of measure
Secondary specify the Secondary unit of measure
User Item Type
        There are several default item types available by installation.
        We can define our own item types using Item Type Quick Codes window and choose them here.
Item Status:
        This is the most important attribute as it sets or defaults attributes under the status control Like BOM Allowed, Build in WIP, Customer Orders Enabled, Internal Orders Enabled, Invoice Enabled, Transactable, Purchasable, Stockable.
        The default item status for new items is defined using the INV:Default Item Status profile option
Order Entry:
Customer Orders:
        Indicate whether to allow an item to be ordered by external customers.
        You can add any customer orderable items to price lists in Order Management.
        This attribute must be turned off if the BOM Item Type attribute is set to Planning.
        If you turn this attribute on, you can temporarily exclude an item from being ordered by turning Customer Orders Enabled off.
        This is an item defining attribute.
        If you turn this attribute on, the item is automatically assigned to the default category set for the Order Management functional area.
Customer Orders Enabled:
        Indicate whether an item is currently customer orderable.
        If you turn this attribute on you can specify the item in the Enter Orders window in Order Management.
        You can initially define an item with Customer Ordered Item turned on and Customer Orders Enabled turned off. This means prices can be defined for the item, but no orders can be placed for it. This attribute is optionally set by the Item Status code.
Shippable:
        Indicate whether to ship an item to a customer.
        Shippable items are released by Order Management's Pick Release program, creating confirmable shipping lines, and are printed on the pick slip.
        A warning is issued if you change the value of this attribute when open sales order lines exist.
        For an item to be shippable, it must also be an Inventory Item and Stockable. Both of these attributes are listed on the Inventory Tab.
        This Shippable attribute must be turned off if the BOM Item Type attribute is set to Planning.
Internal Ordered:
        Indicate whether to allow an item to be ordered on an internal requisition in Purchasing. These items then are transferred onto an Internal Sales Order in Order Management.
        If you turn this attribute on, you can temporarily exclude an item from being ordered on an internal requisition by turning Internal Orders Enabled off.
        This is an item defining attribute. If you turn this attribute on, the item is automatically assigned to the default category set for the Oracle Purchasing functional area.
Internal Orders Enabled:
        Indicate whether you can currently order an item internally.
        If you turn Internal Ordered Item on, you can temporarily exclude an item from being ordered on an internal requisition by turning this attribute off.
        This attribute is optionally set by the Item Status code.
OE Transactable:
        Indicate whether demand can be placed for an item by Order Management (OM), and whether shipment transactions are interfaced to Inventory.
        Most items with Shippable turned on also have OM Transactable turned on.
        For items you do not ship, you may still want OM Transactable turned on if you use the items in forecasting or planning.
        If you also want to reserve the item, turn Reservable on.
        A warning is issued if you change the value of this attribute when open sales order lines exist.
        You cannot turn this attribute off if demand exits.
Default Shipping Organization:
        Enter the warehouse from which you typically ship this product.
        This organization can default to the Enter Orders window if Item is the source attribute of the Warehouse object in the standard value rule set for the order.
        This organization defaults to the Enter Returns window if a receiving warehouse is not defined on the customer or order type.
Picking Rule
        Enter the picking rule that defines the order in which sub inventories, locators, lots, and revisions are picked.
Pick Components
        Indicate whether an item has a bill of material with options, classes, or included items picked from finished goods inventory.
        Pick-to-order items must have this attribute turned on.
        Assemble-to-order items and items without a bill of material must have this attribute turned off.
Assemble to Order
        Turn this attribute on if an item is generally built for sales order demand; a final assembly work order is created based on sales order details.
        An item cannot have Pick Components turned on and this attribute turned on at the same time.
Check ATP
        Select Check Material Only, Check Material and Resources, Check Resources Only, or None to indicate whether to check available to promise and/or capable to promise information when placing demand.
        This attribute also determines whether you can view component ATP information for material requirements in Work in Process.
ATP Components
        Indicate whether to include, in available to promise checking, additional components in the bill of material for ATO and PTO items.
        These components are included in ATP checking if Check ATP for the component is turned on.
ATP Rule
        Enter a user-defined available to promise rule. ATP rules define supply and demand sources, time-fence parameters, and available-to-promise calculation methods.
        You can give ATP rules meaningful names, such as ATO ATP Rule.
        If there is no ATP rule for the item, the organization's default ATP rule is used.


Ship Model Complete:
        Indicate whether any configuration derived from this model can ship only when all required quantities of all configuration components (options or included items) are available.
        If you turn this attribute on, the Pick Components attribute and the profile option OE: Reservations must be Yes; the BOM Item Type attribute can be Model or Standard.
Returnable:
        Indicate whether to allow customers to return an item.
        If an item is returnable, you can enter it on the Returns window in Order Management.
        Order Management uses this attribute along with Stockable and Transactable to determine which authorized returned items you can physically receive into inventory.
RMA Inspection Required
        Indicate whether inspection is required for items returned by the customer.
        The item then must be separately transferred to inventory.
        Credits are never automatically generated by Order Management for customer return items awaiting inspection.
Over Shipment Tolerance
        The amount by which you want to allow shipments over the sales order quantity.
        This is expressed in terms of a percentage.
Under Shipment Tolerance
        The amount by which you want to allow shipments under the sales order quantity.
        This is expressed in terms of a percentage.
Over Return Tolerance
        The amount by which you want to allow returns over the sales order quantity.
        This is expressed in terms of a percentage.
Under Return Tolerance
        The amount by which you want to allow returns under the sales order quantity.
        This is expressed in terms of a percentage.
Financing Allowed
        Indicate whether a customer can finance this item.

Master Level vs. Organization Level

Item attributes are the collection of information about an item. Using the Item Attribute Controls window, you can designate whether an item attribute is defined/maintained at the Master level or the Organization level. Attributes at the Master level are the same across all organizations, giving you centralized control over the values assigned. If an attribute is maintained at the Organization level, you can have different values in each organization the item is assigned to and therefore have decentralized control over that attribute. 
For example, you can define and maintain an item's unit of measure at the Master level. This means that the unit of measure is always the same for the item, no matter in which organization you assign the item. Or, you can designate that an item's unit of measure is maintained at the Organization level. This means that each organization you assign the item to can have a different unit of measure for the item.

Some attributes can be maintained only at one of these levels. The following table lists the attributes that require control at a specific level:
Attribute
Control Level
Base Model
Master
BOM Item Type
Master
Cost of Goods Sold Account
Organization
Cumulative Total Lead Time
Organization
Cumulative Manufacturing Lead Time
Organization
Encumbrance Account
Organization
Engineering Item
Master
Expense Account
Organization
Fixed Lead Time
Organization
Planner
Organization
Planning Exception Set
Organization
Postprocessing Lead Time
Organization
Preprocessing Lead Time
Organization
Processing Lead Time
Organization
Sales Account
Organization
Source Organization
Organization
Source Subinventory
Organization
Variable Lead Time
Organization
WIP Supply Locator
Organization
WIP Supply Subinventory
Organization

Item-Defining Attributes

An item-defining attribute identifies the nature of an item. What designates an item as an engineering item is the attribute Engineering Item, but what controls the functionality of the item is the collection of attributes that describe it. You can buy an engineering item if you want to; set Engineering Item, Purchased, and Purchasable to Yes.
The following table presents item defining attributes:

Item-Defining Attributes

Functional Area
Item Defining Attribute
Oracle Inventory
Inventory Item
Oracle Purchasing
Purchased, or Internal Ordered Item
Oracle Master Scheduling/MRP and Oracle Supply Chain Planning
MRP Planning Method
Oracle Cost Management
Costing Enabled
Oracle Engineering
Engineering Item
Oracle Order Management
Customer Ordered Item
Oracle Service
Support Service, or Serviceable Product

When you set an item defining attribute to Yes the item is automatically assigned to the default category set of the corresponding functional area. For example, if you set Inventory Item to Yes the item is automatically assigned to the default category set for the Inventory functional area.

Status Attributes and Item Status Control

Status attributes enable and disable the functionality of an item over time. Each status attribute allows you to enable the item for a particular use. For example, if you set the status attribute Purchasable to Yes, you can put the item on a purchase order.
The status attributes are related to the item defining attributes. You cannot enable a status attribute if you do not set the corresponding item defining attribute toYes.
The following table presents status attributes:

Status Attributes

Status Attribute
Item Defining Attribute
Functional Area / Oracle Product
Functionality
Stockable
Inventory Item
Inventory
Enables you to store the item in an asset subinventory.
Transactable
Inventory Item
Inventory, Order Management, Purchasing, Work in Process
Enables you to transact the item in Oracle Inventory, Oracle Order Management, Oracle Purchasing and Oracle Work in Process.
Purchasable
Purchased
Purchasing
Enables you to place the item on a purchase order.
Build in WIP
NA
Work in Process
Enables you to build the item on a discrete job, a repetitive schedule, or both.
Customer Orders Enabled
Customer Ordered Item
Order Management
Enables you to place the item on a sales order.
Internal Orders Enabled
Internal Ordered Item
Inventory, Order Management, Purchasing
Enables you to create an internal sales order for the item
BOM Allowed
Inventory Item
Bills of Material
Enables you to create a bill of material for the item
Invoice enabled
Invoiceable Item
Receivables
Enables you to create an invoice for the item
Recipe Enabled
NA
Process Manufacturing
Enables you to create a recipe or formula for this item in process manufacturing.
Process Execution Enabled
Inventory Item
Process Manufacturing
Enables you to use the item in a production batch as an ingredient, product, or by-product.

You set status control for a status attribute with the Item Attributes Control window.
Interdependencies for Status Attributes
Each status attribute is dependent on the value of at least one other attribute. For example, you cannot set Stockable to Yes if you set Inventory Item to No. The following table presents interdependencies for the status attributes:

Interdependencies for Status Attributes

Attribute
Must be set to
If
Stockable
No
Yes
Inventory Item is set to No
ASL is VMI enabled
Transactable
No
Yes
Stockable is set to No
ASL is VMI enabled
Purchasable
No
Purchased is set to No
Build in WIP
No
Inventory Item is set to No OR BOM Item Type is NOT set to Standard
Customer Orders Enabled
No
Customer Ordered Item is set to No
Internal Orders Enabled
No
Internal Ordered Item is set to No
BOM Allowed
No
Inventory Item is set to No
Invoice Enabled
No
Invoiceable Item is set to No
Process Execution Enabled
No
Inventory Item or Recipe Enabled Flag is set to No

Item Status Control

When defining an item, you can use the item attribute Item Status to control status attribute values. You determine the list of values for the Item Status attribute by defining Item Status codes. An Item Status code has a user-defined set of Yes and No values for the status attributes. The values are applied to the status attributes when you choose an Item Status code when defining an item. For example, assume that you define an Item Status named Prototype with all status attributes set to Yes except for Customer Orders Enabled. Next, you define another item status, Active, with all status attributes set to Yes. In the beginning of a product development cycle, assign the status code Prototype to an item so that you cannot place the item on a sales order. Later, assign the status code Active to allow all functions for the item. 
Use pending statuses to automatically update an item's status on a specified date. For each item, specify a list of pending statuses and the corresponding effective dates

Relationships Between Attributes

When you define items, Oracle Inventory enforces particular relationships between some of the item attributes:
·         Required attributes: You must enter a value for the attribute based on the settings for other related attributes.
·         Interdependent attributes: You can enter only certain values depending on other attribute values.
·         Updatable attributes: You can update values under certain conditions.
·         Control level dependencies: You can update the control level of some attributes only under special conditions and with certain consequences.

Required Attribute Values

You must enter values for certain attributes if some related attributes have values as shown in the following table:
Attribute
If
Contract Coverage Template
Contract Item Type is set to Service or Warranty
Contract Duration
Contract Item Type is set to Service or Warranty
Contract Duration Period
Contract Item Type is set to Service or Warranty
Demand Time Fence Days
Demand Time Fence is set to User-defined
Encumbrance Account
Reverse Encumbrance parameter is set to Yes
Expense Account
Inventory Asset Value is set to No and Inventory Item is set toYes
Outside Processing Unit Type
Outside Processing Item is set to Yes
Planning Time Fence Days
Demand Time Fence is set to User-defined
Planning Time Fence Days
Planning Time Fence is set to User-defined
Release Time Fence Days
Release Time Fence is set to User-defined
Repetitive Planning
MRP Planning Method is set to MPS planning or MRP planning
Service Duration
Service Duration Period is not null
Shelf Life Days
Lot Expiration (Shelf Life) Control is set to Item shelf life days
Source Organization
Replenishment Source Type is set to Inventory or Subinventory.
Starting Lot Number
Lot Control is set to Full lot control, and Lot Generation Organization Parameter is set to Item Level
Starting Lot Prefix
Lot Control is set to Full lot control and Lot Generation organization parameter is set to Item Level
Starting Serial Number
Serial Number Control is set to Predefined serial numbers
Starting Serial Prefix
Serial Number Control is set to Predefined serial numbers
Substitution Window Days
Substitution Window is set to User Defined

Interdependent Attributes

Certain attribute values depend on other attribute values. For example, Planning Method must be Not Planned if Pick Components is set to Yes. The attribute interdependencies are:

Interdependent Attributes

Attribute
Must be
If
Activity Source
Null
Asset Item Type is set to anything other than Asset Activity
Assemble to Order
No
Pick Components is set to Yes or BOM Item Type is set toPlanning
Assemble to Order or Pick Components
Yes
BOM Item Type is set to Model or Option Class
Asset Activity Cause
Null
Asset Item Type is set to anything other than Asset Activity
Asset Activity Notification
Null
Asset Item Type is set to anything other than Asset Activity
Asset Activity Shutdown Type
Null
Asset Item Type is set to anything other than Asset Activity
Asset Activity Source
Null
Asset Item Type is set to anything other than Asset Activity
Asset Activity Type
Null
Asset Item Type is anything other than Asset Activity
AutoCreated Configuration
Null
Base Model is Null
Base Model
Null
BOM Item Type does not equal Standard or Pick Components is set to Yes
BOM Allowed
No
If organization process manufacturing enabled, and tracking is set to primary and secondary.
ATP Components
None
Pick Components is set to No, and Assemble to Order is set toNo, and WIP Supply Type is set to anything other than Phantom
Billing Type
Null
Contract Item Type is set to anything other than Subscription
Billing Type
Not Null
Enable Service Billing set to Yes
BOM Item Type
Standard
Effectivity Control is set to Model / Unit Number
BOM Item Type
Model
Configurator Model Type is set to container
BOM Model Type
No
If the organization is process manufacturing enabled, and tracking is set to primary and secondary.
Build in WIP
No
Inventory Item is set to No or BOM Item Type does not equalStandard
Check ATP
Null
Contract Item Type is set to anything other than Subscription
Check Material Shortage
No
Transactable is set to No
Container Type
Null
Container is set to No
Contract Coverage Template
Null
Contract Item Type is set to No
Contract Duration
Null
Contract Item Type is set to No
Contract Duration Period
Null
Contract Item Type is set to No
Contract Item Type
Null or Subscription
Inventory Item is set to Yes
Contract Item Type
Subscription
Subscription Dependency enabled is set to Yes
Create Configured Item, BOM
Null
If the item is not an ATO model.
Create Fixed Asset
Yes
Track in Install Base is set to Yes
Costing Enabled
Yes
Inventory Asset is set to Yes
Customer Ordered
No
BOM Item Type is set to Planning or Product Family
Customer Ordered
No
Contract Item Type is Warranty
Customer Orders Enabled
Yes
Configurator Model Type is set to container
Customer Orders Enabled
No
Customer Ordered is set to No
Customer Orders Enabled
Yes
Customer Ordered is set to Yes
Cycle Count Enabled
No
Contract Item Type is set to anything other than Subscription
Defaulting
Fixed, Default, or No Default
Tracking is Set to Primary & Secondary
Defaulting
Default or No Default
Tracking is set to Primary and Pricing is set to Secondary
Default Lot Status
Null
Lot Status Enabled is set to No
Default Serial Status
Null
Serial Status Enabled is set to No
Default SO Source Type
Internal
Ship Model Complete is set to Yes
Demand Time Fence Days
null
Demand Time Fence is not User-defined
Deviation Factor +
Null
UOM Dual Control is set to No Control
Deviation Factor -
Null
UOM Dual Control is set to No Control
Effectivity Control
Model / Unit Number
Asset Item Type is Asset Group
Expense Account
Yes
Inventory Asset Value is No and Inventory Item is Yes
Grade
N
If Lot Control is null
Height
Null
Dimensions UOM is Null
Inspection Required
No
Receipt Routing is set to anything other than Inspection
Installed Base Trackable
Yes
Serviceable is set to shelf Yes and Contract Item Type is set toNull or Subscription
Instance Class
Null
Contract Item Type is set to anything other than Subscription
Instance Class
Null
Install Base Trackable is set to No
Internal Ordered
No
BOM Item Type does not equal Standard
Internal Orders Enabled
No
Internal Ordered is set to No
Internal Volume
Null
Container, Vehicle, or Weight UOM are set to Null.
Inventory Item
No
Contract Item Type is set to anything other than Null orSubscription
Inventory Item
Yes
Asset Item Type, Default Receiving Subinventory, Default Move Orders Subinventory, Default Shipping Subinventory are set to anything other than Null; or BOM Item Type is set to Product Family,
Invoice Enabled
No
Invoiceable Item is set to No
Lead Time Lot Size
1
Repetitive Planning is set to Yes
Length
Null
Dimensions UOM is Null
Lot Status Enabled
No
Lot Control is set to No Control
Lot Split Enabled
No
Lot Control is set to No Control
Lot Merge Enabled
No
Lot Control is set to No Control
Lot Substitution Enabled
No
Lot Control is set to No Control
Lot Translation Enabled
No
Lot Control is set to No Control
Match Configuration
Null
If the item is not an ATO model
Maximum Load Weight
Null
Container, Vehicle, or Weight UOM is set to Null
Minimum Fill Percentage
Null
Container and Vehicle are both set to No
Move Order Receipts Subinventory
Null
Transactable is set to No
Orderable On Web
No
Customer Orders Enabled is set to No
Outside Processing Item
N
If Purchased is set to No or if ASL has VMI.
Outside Processing Unit
Y
Outside Processing Item is Yes
Pick Components
No
Assemble to Order is set to Yes or BOM Item Type is set toPlanning or Planning Method does not equal Not planned
Pick Components
Yes
Ship Model Complete is set to Yes
Planning Time Fence Days
null
Planning Time Fence is not User-defined
Planning Method
Not Planned
Pick Components is set to Yes
Postprocessing lead time
0 (Zero)
Make or Buy is set to Make
Purchasable
No
Purchasing Item is set to No or Contract Item Type is set to anything other than Subscription
Purchasable
Yes
Default SO Source Type is set to External
Purchasing Tax Code
Null
Taxable is set to Null
Recovered Part Disposition
Null
Billing Type is Labor
Release Time Fence Days
Null
Release Time Fence is not User-defined
Replenishment Point
Minimum Quantity
Either Maximum Quantity or Fixed Quantity Attributes isenabled.
Replenishment Point
Minimum Days of Supply
Either Maximum days of Supply of Fixed Quantity is enabled.
Restrict Locators
Locators not restricted to predefined list
Restrict Subinventories is set to Subinventories not restricted to predefined list or Stock Locator Control is set to Dynamic entry locator control
Restrict Subinventories
Subinventories restricted to predefined list
Restrict Locators is set to Locators restricted to predefined list
Returnable
No
Contract Item is set to anything other than Subscription
Safety Stock Method
Non-MRP Planned
MRP Planning Method is set to Not Planned
Secondary UOM
Null
UOM Dual Control is set to No Control, or Tracking and Pricingare both set to Primary
Serial Number Generation
At Receipt or Predefined
Equipment is set to Yes or Effectivity Control is set to Model / Unit Number
Serial Status Enabled
No
Serial Control is set to No Control
Service Request
Null. Disabled, or Inactive
Contract Item Type is ServiceWarranty, or Usage
Service Importance Level
Null
Contract Item Type is set to Service
Serviceable Product
No
Support Service is set to Yes
Shippable
No
BOM Item Type is set to Planning or Contract Item Type is set to anything other than Subscription
Source Organization
Null
Inventory Planning Method is set to Vendor Managed
Source Type
Null
Inventory Planning Method is set to Vendor Managed
Stockable
No
Inventory Item is set to No
Stockable
No
Billing Type is Labor or Expense
Stockable
Yes
ASL is VMI
Stock Locator Control
No locator control or Pre- specified locator control
Restrict Locators is set to Locators restricted to predefined list
Support Service
No
Serviceable Product is set to Yes
Taxable
Yes
Tax Code is set to anything other than Null
Transactable
No
Stockable is set to No
Transactable
No
Billing Type is Labor or Expense
Transactable
Yes
ASL is VMI
Unit Volume
Null
Volume UOM is Null
Unit Weight
Null
Weight UOM is Null
Width
Null
Dimensions UOM is Null
WIP Overcompletion Tolerance Value
Null
Overcompletion Tolerance Type is set to Null
WIP Supply Locator
Null
On Organization Parameters window, Locator is set to None or Locator controls is Subinventory Level and Selected WIP Supply Subinventory has Locator Control as None or Locator controls is Subinventory Level, Selected WIP Supply Subinventory has Locator Control as Item Level, and Item Locator Control is None.
WIP Supply Type
Phantom
BOM Item Type is set to Option Class

Updatable Attributes

You can change the values of some attributes in special cases. The following table shows updatable attributes and the conditions under which you can change their values:

Updatable Attributes

Attribute
Updatable
If
Asset Item Type
yes
Approved Supplier list does not have the VMI flag enabled or the Consigned Inventory flag deselected.
ATP Components
fromNotoYes
Assemble to Order equals Yes or Pick Components equals Yes or WIP Supply Type equals Phantom
BOM Item Type
No
Bill of Material exists or Exists as a component of a BOM or Exists as a substitute component of a standard BOM. Exception: Can change from Product Family for components and substitute components.
Costing Enabled
Yes
No on-hand quantity exists
Demand Time Fence Days
Yes
Demand Time Fence equals User-defined time fence
Effectivity Control
No
If on-hand quantity is greater than 0 or a BOM exists for the item.
Inventory Asset Value
Yes
No on-hand quantity exists
Locator Control
Yes
No on-hand quantity exists
Lot Control
Yes
No on-hand quantity exists
OM Indivisible
With a warning
OM Indivisible is set to No
OE Transactable
fromYestoNo
No demand exists
Outside Processing Item
Yes
Approved Supplier list does not have the VMI flag enabled or the Consigned Inventory flag unchecked.
Outside Processing Unit
Yes
Purchasing Item equals Yes
Planning Time Fence Days
Yes
Planning Time Fence equals User-defined time fence
Release Time Fence Days
Yes
Release Time Fence equals User-defined time fence
Reservable
Yes
No reservations exist for the item
Repetitive Planning
Yes
Not scheduled by MRP
Reservation Control
Yes
No demand exists
Revision Control
Yes
No on-hand quantity exists
Serial Number Control
Yes
No on-hand quantity exists
Shelf Life Control
Yes
No on-hand quantity exists
Shippable
With a warning
If open sales order line exists with a value different from the new value
Stockable
Yes
Approved Supplier list does not have the VMI flag enabled or the Consigned Inventory flag deselected.
Transactable
Yes
Approved Supplier list does not have the VMI flag enabled or the Consigned Inventory flag deselected.

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