R12.2.9 Oracle Work in Process Fundamentals Course Overview

R12.2.9 Oracle Work in Process Fundamentals Course Overview

The R12.2.9 Oracle Work in Process Fundamentals course is designed to provide learners with a comprehensive understanding of the Work in Process (WIP) module within Oracle's E-Business Suite. It covers the entire process of manufacturing from setting up and creating discrete jobs to managing shop floor transactions and understanding WIP cost transactions. Participants will learn how to navigate through various manufacturing methods, manage resources and materials, schedule production, and control costs effectively.

This course is beneficial for those working with or implementing Oracle Manufacturing and helps in understanding the key components and functionalities such as discrete manufacturing, repetitive manufacturing, and the Manufacturing Execution System (MES) workstation. By the end of the course, learners will be equipped with the skills to optimize manufacturing processes, ensure efficient resource management, and maintain accurate costing, all of which are crucial for successful production operations and decision-making in a manufacturing environment.

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Course Prerequisites

To ensure a successful training experience in the R12.2.9 Oracle Work in Process Fundamentals course, participants are expected to have the following minimum prerequisites:


  • Basic understanding of manufacturing processes and terminology.
  • Familiarity with general business practices related to production and inventory management.
  • Knowledge of Oracle E-Business Suite navigation and core functionality is highly beneficial.
  • Experience with Oracle Inventory or other inventory management systems is advantageous.
  • Understanding of basic accounting principles related to manufacturing costs.
  • Some experience or exposure to ERP systems, particularly in a manufacturing context, will be helpful.

Please note that these prerequisites are intended to provide a foundation for the course material and to maximize the learning experience. Individuals with a strong desire to learn and a commitment to engage with the course content are encouraged to participate, even if they may not fully meet all the above criteria.


Target Audience for R12.2.9 Oracle Work in Process Fundamentals

  1. The R12.2.9 Oracle Work in Process Fundamentals course is designed for professionals managing manufacturing operations within Oracle systems.


    • Manufacturing Managers and Supervisors
  • Production Planners and Schedulers
  • Operations Analysts
  • ERP Systems Analysts
  • Production Engineers
  • Cost Accountants and Financial Analysts involved in manufacturing
  • IT Professionals responsible for implementing and maintaining Oracle Manufacturing
  • Oracle Applications Functional Implementers
  • Process Improvement Specialists
  • Quality Assurance Managers and Analysts
  • Supply Chain Professionals
  • Inventory Managers
  • Materials Managers
  • Shop Floor Managers


Learning Objectives - What you will Learn in this R12.2.9 Oracle Work in Process Fundamentals?

Learning Outcomes Introduction:

Gain comprehensive knowledge of Oracle Work in Process (WIP) fundamentals to manage manufacturing processes efficiently in Oracle EBS R12.2.9, including job scheduling, cost transactions, and shop floor operations.

Learning Objectives and Outcomes:

  • Understand the key concepts and functionalities of Oracle Work in Process within the R12.2.9 environment.
  • Set up and define WIP parameters, accounting classes, and integrate Oracle applications for streamlined work processes.
  • Create, release, and update discrete jobs, differentiating between standard and non-standard job types.
  • Manage material requirements effectively, including setting component supply types and handling lot and serial-controlled items.
  • Calculate and assign resources accurately with an understanding of resource charge types and usage calculations.
  • Apply various scheduling methods and lead time calculations to optimize discrete production schedules.
  • Perform shop floor transactions such as material movements, operation management, and job completions, integrating with Oracle Quality.
  • Analyze and report on work in process costing, including transactional cost activities and cost reporting methodologies.
  • Tackle special topics such as e-signature flows, outside processing workflows, and closing jobs and schedules within WIP.
  • Navigate and utilize the Manufacturing Execution System (MES) Workstation, understanding the roles and functionalities for administrators, operators, and supervisors.
  • Implement repetitive manufacturing processes, from defining schedules and setting line elements to updating repetitive schedules based on planning recommendations.