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After you have successfully scheduled your counts, you can submit the process to generate count requests. This process takes the output of the automatic scheduler and your manual schedule entries, and generates a count request for each item number, revision, lot number, subinventory, and locator combination for which on–hand quantities exist. These count requests are ordered first by subinventory and locator, then by item, revision, and lot. Oracle Inventory assigns a unique sequence number to each count request that can be used for reporting, querying, and rapid count entry.

Because the count requests are derived from the state of on–hand balances at the time the Generate Cycle Count Requests process is run, you should wait to run it until you are ready to count.
Note: When you schedule an item to be counted using manual scheduling, some schedule requests may have overlapping
count requirements. The count request generator does not create duplicate count requests, but instead cross–references
one count request back to each associated schedule request.

Count Requests for Items with Zero Count
By default Inventory does not automatically generate requests to count items with an on–hand quantity of zero. To include such items:

  • Define all sourcing details and inventory controls for the item. For example, if an item is under predefined locator control, be sure it is assigned to a subinventory and locator.
  • Select the Generate Zero Counts option when you define your cycle count.

The count request generation process then automatically creates a count request. If a quantity is found and counted, an adjustment is made.
At count entry, you may receive a warning message stating, ”Zero count, no adjustment performed.” Inventory generates this warning if it cannot find all levels of inventory control defined for the item. In this situation, enter the count, but no adjustment is performed. To make an adjustment and update the missing information, enter an unscheduled count using either the Cycle Count Entries or Approve Adjustments window.

To submit a request set to perform a full cycle count

1. Navigate to Cycle Counts Summary folder window or the Cycle Counts window.
2. Choose Perform Full Cycle Count from the Tools menu. The set includes the following processes and report:
• Generate automatic schedule requests: Enter parameters for cycle count to use and indicate whether to include control items.
• Generate cycle count requests: Enter parameters for cycle count to use.
• Cycle count listing: Enter parameters for cycle count to use, start and end dates, recounts, and subinventory to count.
3. Choose Submit.

To submit the program to generate cycle count requests:
1. Navigate to Cycle Counts Summary window or the Cycle Counts window.
2. Choose Generate Count Requests from the Tools menu to submit the process to the concurrent manager.

Requesting the Cycle Count List

After you generate count requests you can submit the request for the Cycle Count Listing report. This report lists all counts that you need to perform within a given date range.
To request a cycle count list:
1. Navigate to Cycle Counts Summary folder window or the Cycle Counts window.
You can also navigate to the ABC and Counting Reports window to submit the listing.
2. Choose Cycle Count Listing Report from the Tools menu.
3. Enter start and end dates for the list. Inventory reports counts falling on the start date through the end date.
4. Enter the specific subinventory for which to report scheduled counts.
5. Indicate whether the cycle count list includes only recounts or scheduled counts and recounts.
6. Choose OK to submit the request to the concurrent manager

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