Oracle Maintenance Cloud
New Feature Summary
  1. Update 19A
  1. Revision History
  2. Overview
    1. User Interface
        1. Access Work Areas in Reorganized Navigator Groups and Group Icons
    2. Maintenance
        1. Deactivate a Work Definition
        2. Manually Procure Materials for Work Orders
        3. Create Resource Instance Usage Reports Using OTBI
        4. Create a Maintenance Work Order by Copying an Existing Work Order

Update 19A

Revision History

This document will continue to evolve as existing sections change and new information is added. All updates appear in the following table:

Date Feature Notes
15 FEB 2019

Access Work Areas in Reorganized Navigator Groups and Group Icons

Updated document. Delivered feature in update 19A.
07 DEC 2018   Created initial document.

Overview

This guide outlines the information you need to know about new or improved functionality in this update.

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User Interface

Access Work Areas in Reorganized Navigator Groups and Group Icons

Locate and use your Oracle Supply Chain Management Cloud work areas under new headings in the Navigator, and new group icons on the home page. The new headings and group icons in this update are Order Management and Supply Chain Execution. Removed headings and group icons are Costing, Manufacturing, and Quality Management.

Maintenance

Deactivate a Work Definition

Deactivate a work definition to make it unavailable for use in downstream supply chain activities. You can deactivate a specific work definition from the Manage Work Definitions page, using file-based data import, or using a REST service. Deactivation sets the work definition status as inactive, and updates the inactive on date in the work definition header which applies to all versions of the work definition.

Manually Procure Materials for Work Orders

Procure materials to ensure parts are available to complete work orders and deliver the materials directly to the shop floor so that they can be consumed by the work orders. You can create ad hoc requisitions for procuring unplanned stocked, nonstocked, and description-based items and track the progress of procurement through the life cycle.

Create Resource Instance Usage Reports Using OTBI

Use Oracle Transactional Business Intelligence (OTBI) to create reports on resource usage. You can create the resource usage reports at the equipment instance level or the labor instance level.

Create a Maintenance Work Order by Copying an Existing Work Order

Create a new maintenance work order by copying an existing work order. You can use the copy action on the Manage Work Orders page.