Oracle E-Business Suite 12 Supply Chain Certified Implementation Specialist: Oracle Inventory

Oracle E-Business Suite R12.1 Inventory Essentials

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The Oracle E-Business Suite 12.1 Inventory Essentials (1Z0-519) exam is designed for individuals who possess a strong foundation and expertise in selling and implementing Oracle E-Business Suite Inventory Supply Chain solutions. This certification exam covers topics such as: how to access and navigate the R12 E-Business Suite, how to enter data, retrieve information in the form of a query and access online help. Candidates must also possess knowledge of Oracle Inventory features, Inventory Structure, Units of Measurement, Defining and Maintaining Items, Lot and Serial Control, Transaction Setups, Issuing and Transferring Material, On-hand and Availability, Material Status Control, Inventory Replenishment, Inventory Accuracy and key Inventory tables in database. Up-to-date training and field experience are recommended.

The Oracle E-Business Suite Supply Chain Management Implementation Specialist certification recognizes OPN members as OPN Certified Specialists. This certification differentiates OPN members in the marketplace by providing a competitive edge through proven expertise. This certification helps the OPN member’s partner organization qualify for the Oracle E-Business Suite Supply Chain Management Specialization.

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Exam Number:
1Z0-519
Duration:
150 minutes
Associated Certifications:
Oracle E-Business Suite 12 Supply Chain Certified Implementation Specialist: Oracle Inventory

OPN Certified Specialist
Number
of Questions:
80 for both sections
 - 20 for E-Business Essentials
 - 60 for Oracle Inventory
Exam Price:
US$ 245

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Passing
Score:
E-business Essentials - 60%
Oracle Inventory - 60%
There are two sections to this exam. Both sections of the exam MUST be passed in order the pass the exam.

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Recommended Training Additional Information & Resources Exam Topics Fraudulent Activity Policy

Recommended Training
Oracle E-Business Suite 12.1 Inventory Essentials - Exam Study Guide (PDF)
OPN Guided Learning Path:
Oracle E-Business Suite R12 Supply Chain Management Implementation Specialist: Oracle Inventory
Oracle University training
R12.x Oracle E-Business Suite Essentials for Implementers
R12 Oracle Inventory Management Fundamentals

 

Additional Information & Resources
This exam is valid for Oracle E-Business Suite 12 and 12.1.
Exam Retake Policy
Specialization Catalog (PDF) for all launched and planned Specializations
Product Mapping to Specialization (XLS) 
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Exam Topics
E-Business Essentials

Navigating in R12 Oracle Applications

  • Log in to Oracle Applications
  • Navigate from Personal Home Page to Applications
  • Choose a responsibility
  • Create Favorites and set Preferences
  • Use Forms and Menus
  • Enter data using Forms
  • Search for data using Forms
  • Access online Help
  • Run and monitor Reports and Programs
  • Log out of Oracle Applications

Introduction to Oracle Applications R12

  • Explain the footprint of R12 E-Business Suite
  • Describe the benefits of R12 E-Business Suite
  • Describe R12 E-Business Suite architecture

Shared Entities and Integration

  • Explain shared entities within R12 E-Business Suite
  • Describe key integration points and business flows between products in E-Business Suite (EBS)
  • Identify Key Business Flows and products involved in E-Business Suite (EBS)

Fundamentals of Flexfields

  • Describe Flexfields and their components
  • Identify the steps to implement a Flexfield
  • Define value sets and values
  • Define Key Flexfields
  • Define Descriptive Flexfields

Fundamentals of Multi-Org

  • Define Multiple Organization (Multi-Org)
  • Describe the types of organizations supported in the Multi-Org model
  • Explain the entities of Multi-Org
  • Explain how Multi-Org secures data
  • Identify key implementation considerations for Multi-Org
  • Define Multi-Org Access Control
  • Explain Multi-Org preferences
  • Explain Enhanced Multiple-Organization Reporting
  • Explain the concepts of subledger accounting

Fundamentals of Workflow and Alerts

  • Explain Workflow concepts
  • Describe the benefits of Workflow
Inventory

Overview of Oracle Inventory

  • Describe the overall inventory process from receipt to issue
  • Describe the key integration points between Oracle Inventory and other Oracle Applications

Inventory Structure

  • Describe Inventory Organization
  • Describe the structure of an Inventory Organization
  • Describe the multi-organization structure in Oracle Applications
  • Use the organization reports
  • Set up Inventory parameters, sub inventories, and locators
  • Set up the organization profile options
  • Describe organization implementation considerations

Units of Measure

  • Define units of measure
  • Use units of measure reports
  • Use units of measure setup options
  • Describe units of measure implementation considerations

Defining and Maintaining Items

  • Define, setup and maintain items,
  • Use item templates
  • Use item control levels
  • Use item categories and catalogs
  • Use organization reports
  • Implement item profile options
  • Describe implementation considerations for items

Lot and Serial Control

  • Describe lots
  • Describe parent and child lots
  • Describe shelf life and lot actions
  • Describe grade control
  • Describe serial control
  • Describe lot and serial genealogy
  • Use the lot and serial reports
  • Implement the lot and serial profile options
  • Describe implementation considerations for lot and serial control

Transaction Setup

  • Describe transactions and move orders
  • Define transaction managers, transaction types, and transaction reasons
  • Define inventory picking rules
  • Define inventory account aliases
  • Set up move orders
  • Describe Period Close Process within Inventory
  • Use Alerts Notifications and Reports
  • Set up Profile Options
  • Describe implementation considerations for transaction setup

Issuing and Transferring Material

  • Perform Transactions
  • Manage Receipts
  • Perform Move Orders
  • Understand Transactions Reports

On-hand and Availability

  • Explain availability
  • View on-hand quantities
  • Describe the uses of the material workbench
  • Create ATP rules, time fences and supply/demand sources
  • Manage Reservation
  • Implement on-hand and availability profile options
  • Use on-hand and availability reports
  • Describe on-hand and availability implementation considerations

Material Status Control

  • Explain material status
  • Set up material status properties
  • Describe key material status implementation considerations

Inventory Replenishment

  • Perform forecasting
  • Explain reorder-point planning
  • Perform min-max planning
  • Perform replenishment counting
  • Set up inventory planning profile options
  • Generate kanban cards
  • Identify Implementation Considerations for Inventory Replenishment

Inventory Accuracy

  • Create an ABC compile
  • Define and maintain a cycle count
  • Define a physical inventory
  • Demonstrate count adjustments and approvals
  • Use inventory accuracy reports
  • Set up inventory accuracy profile options
  • Explain key inventory accuracy implementation considerations

Table Information

  • Identify the Oracle Inventory tables
  • Access eTRM

 

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