Oracle Process Manufacturing (OPM)

Oracle Process Manufacturing Online Training



This training includes discussions of features, functions, and benefits of Oracle Supply Chain Modules. Students learn how to set up data and model the supply chain. In hands on practices students will review data, review the supply chain model,



End Users, Functional Implementer, Project Manager


Suggested Prerequisites

Basic Knowledge of Supply chain management modules


Course Topics:


Using Oracle Process Manufacturing Process Execution

  1. List the advantages of using Oracle Process Manufacturing (OPM) Process Execution
  2. Identify tasks and responsibilities
  3. Understand the process flow


Setting Up OPM Process Execution

  1. Understand the inventory organization structure
  2. Set up other applications for Process Execution
  3. Set up parameters and profile options in Process Execution
  4. Set up responsibilities and security profiles


Using the Process Execution Workbench

  1. Navigate OPM Process Execution using the standard menu and the hierarchical navigator workbench
  2. Use the workbench
  3. Use custom views


Creating Firm Planned Orders and Batches

  1. Describe firm planned orders (FPOs) and batches
  2. Differentiate between FPOs and batches
  3. Convert an FPO to a batch
  4. Explain how to create FPOs and batches


Considering the Stages of Batch Processing

  1. Release and unrelease a batch
  2. Cancel, reschedule, and reroute a batch and firm planned order
  3. Complete a batch and revert a batch to WIP
  4. Close and reopen a batch
  5. Terminate a batch
  6. Explain how Process Execution and MES are integrated


Understanding Material Reservations and Transactions

  1. Create high and detailed level reservations
  2. Understand the process of material movement on the shop floor
  3. Understand material transactions and exceptions
  4. Understand move orders and pending product lots
  5. View inventory shortages


Scaling a Batch and Firm Planned Order

  1. Scale a batch or FPO
  2. Explain the Contribute to Yield indicator
  3. Differentiate among scale types


Creating Phantom Batches

  1. Explain phantoms
  2. Differentiate between automatically and manually exploding a phantom item
  3. Create a phantom batch


Using Batch Steps

  1. Explain the advantages of batch step control
  2. View batch step activities, resources, and resource transactions
  3. Explain item step associations and batch step dependencies
  4. Explain charges, activity factors, and process parameters


Using the Ingredient Picking Workbench

  1. Explain the ingredient picking process
  2. Explain how ingredient picking is integrated with Oracle Warehouse Management
  3. Pick release a batch


Using the Production Scheduler Workbench

  1. Describe the Production Scheduler Workbench
  2. Describe the Navigator and Gantt chart
  3. View object properties
  4. Reschedule batches, FPOs, and steps


Backflush a Batch

  1. Explain incremental backflushing
  2. Explain consumption and yield type
  3. Explain how actual quantities are calculated through backflushing
  4. Perform incremental backflushing


Understanding Process Loss and Scrap

  1. Explain process loss and scrap
  2. Explain the setup process for process loss and scrap percentages
  3. Understand the process loss and scrap factor calculations


Using Process Execution Reports and Inquiries

  1. Identify Process Execution reports and inquiries
  2. Run and view reports
  3. Initiate inquiries
  4. Run concurrent programs


Using E-Records and E-Signatures

  1. List the Process Execution e-record and e-signature events
  2. Explain creation and approval of events