PO_CONFIG_COMPONENTS records up-to-date information about components (options and models) that are assigned to configurable elements. Only documents associated with a Style Configure to Order may have command positions in this table that can be convertible in their component details. This table is used to store the buyer allocation rules that are used to determine the buyer for the requirement positions. PO_DISTRIBUTIONS_ALL contains accounting distribution information for a command post. You need a line for each distribution position you add to an order. There are four types of documents that use distributions in Oracle purchases: standard orders, scheduled orders, scheduled order authorizations, and frame exemptions. Each line contains the destination type, the requirement ID, the quantity ordered and the place of delivery for distribution. Oracle Purchasing uses this information to record the accounting information and information required for orders and shares. PO_DISTRIBUTIONS_ALL is one of five tables in which command and sharing information is stored.
Some PO_DISTRIBUTIONS_ALL columns only contain information if certain conditions are available: If you automatically create this accounting distribution from a request, REQ_DISTRIBUTION_ID the ID is the distribution of the requirements you copy into the order. If you use a currency in your order, Oracle will save currency conversion information in RATE and RATE_DATE. When you use loads, GL_ENCUMBERED_DATE and GL_ENCUMBERED_PERIOD_NAME contain load information that Oracle Purchasing uses to create log entries in Oracle General Ledger. If you do not automatically create the order from the online requirements, REQ_LINE_REFERENCE_NUM and REQ_HEADER_REFERENCE_NUM the order number and order number of the corresponding paper requirement. These two columns are not foreign keys to another painting. If the distribution corresponds to a frame command authorization, PO_RELEASE_ID identifies that version. If SOURCE_DISTRIBUTION_ID has a value, the distribution is part of a planned order authorization. If you stop distribution, Oracle automatically updates the purchase QUANTITY_CANCELLED or GL_CANCELLED_DATE. The Oracle purchase also enters UNENCUMBERED_AMOUNT if you use loads.
You enter the distribution information into the distributions window to which commands and shares can be accessed through the windows. sgandhi via oracle-apps-l wrote:> >> 1. A std in is a document that provides for the agreement between a borrower and > a debtor to > item, quantity, price and delivery date promised > 2. A framework po is a document that indicates the agreement reached between a lender> and a debtor to > item, the total amount/amount accepted by the debitor over a specified period> at a specified price. > Blanket-Po does NOT give the exact date and quantity > shipment (s) >> Then there is a blank release> A cover release is generated from a white po and sharing> indicates the exact quantity and delivery date to >>.