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December 14, 2016

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•ATO BOM Models:

- Represent product models that require assembly “downstream” in Oracle Work In Process
- Are assembled using manufacturing work orders that can be costed

•PTO BOM Models:

- Represent product Models in which included items appear on pick slips and selected when the order ships
- Are not costed

Read more: http://oracleappssetup.blogspot.com/2014/02/understanding-oracle-bill-of-materials.html#ixzz4Sq7ZsDIk

•ATO BOM Models:

- Represent product models that require assembly “downstream” in Oracle Work In Process
- Are assembled using manufacturing work orders that can be costed

•PTO BOM Models:

- Represent product Models in which included items appear on pick slips and selected when the order ships
- Are not costed

Read more: http://oracleappssetup.blogspot.com/2014/02/understanding-oracle-bill-of-materials.html#ixzz4Sq7ZsDIk

•ATO BOM Models:

- Represent product models that require assembly “downstream” in Oracle Work In Process
- Are assembled using manufacturing work orders that can be costed

•PTO BOM Models:

- Represent product Models in which included items appear on pick slips and selected when the order ships
- Are not costed

Read more: http://oracleappssetup.blogspot.com/2014/02/understanding-oracle-bill-of-materials.html#ixzz4Sq7ZsDIk
Differnce between PTO and ATO BOM Models
Difference between PTO and ATO BOM Models


PTO and ATO BOM Models:•ATO BOM Models:
- Represent product models that require assembly “downstream” in Oracle Work In Process
 - Are assembled using manufacturing work orders that can be costed
•PTO BOM Models:
- Represent product Models in which included items appear on pick slips and selected when the order ships
 - Are not costed

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