1Z0-519 Oracle E-Business Suite R12.1 Inventory Essentials

Exam Number: 1Z0-519 Oracle E-Business Suite R12.1 Inventory Essentials


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

Exam Product Version: E-Business Suite Manufacturing

Exam Price: EGP 1126

Duration: 150 minutes

Number of Questions: 80 for both sections combined

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.

Validated Against: This exam is valid for Oracle E-Business Suite 12 and 12.1.

format: Multiple Choice

Recommended Training
R12.x Oracle E-Business Suite Essentials for Implementers and
R12.x Oracle Inventory Management Fundamentals
Exam Topics


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 Workflow and Alerts
Explain Workflow concepts
Describe the benefits of Workflow
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


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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