This table holds the definitions for inventory items, engineering items, and purchasing items. The primary key for an item is the INVENTORY_ITEM_ID and ORGANIZATION_ID.
This is the definition table for material status codes. Status code is a required item attribute. It indicates the status of an item, i.e., Active, Pending, Obsolete.
This is the definition table for both the 25-character and the 3-character units of measure. The base_uom_flag indicates if the unit of measure is the primary unit of measure for the uom_class. Oracle Inventory uses this table to keep track of the units of measure used to transact an item.
This is the definition table for stock locators. The associated attributes describe which subinventory this locator belongs to, what the locator physical capacity is, etc.
This table stores inventory item assignments to categories within a category set.
This is the code combinations table for item categories.
MTL_CATEGORIES_B and MTL_CATEGORIES_TL. MTL_CATEGORIES_TL table holds translated Description for Categories.
It contains the entity definition for category sets.
This table stores demand and reservation information used in Available To Promise, Planning and other Manufacturing functions. There are three major row types stored in the table: Summary Demand rows,Open Demand Rows, and Reservation Rows.
This is the definition table for the subinventory.
It stores quantity on hand information by control level and location.
It contains seeded transaction types and the user defined ones.
This table stores a record of every material transaction or cost update performed in Inventory.
This table stores information on item attributes.
This is the code combinations table for item catalog groups.
It stores revision levels for an inventory item.
It stores customer item information for a specific customer. Each record can be defined at one of the following levels: Customer, Address Category, and Address. The customer item definition is organization independent.
It temporarily stores the definitions for inventory items, engineering items and purchasing items before loading this information into Oracle Inventory.
It allows calling applications to post material transactions (movements, issues, receipts etc. to Oracle Inventory transaction module.
It temporarily stores revision levels for an inventory item before loading this information into Oracle Inventory.
This table temporarily stores data about inventory item assignments to category sets and categories before loading this information into Oracle Inventory.
It is the interface point between non-Inventory applications and the Inventory demand module. Records inserted into this table are processed by the Demand Manager concurrent program.
It stores errors that occur during the item interface process reporting where the errors occurred along with the error messages.
It maintains a set of default options like general ledger accounts; locator, lot, and serial controls, inter-organization options, costing method, etc. for each organization defined in Oracle Inventory.