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Q11. During the RFQ lifecycle, the RFQ is assigned certain statuses. Identify the RFQ lifecycle and its correct sequence. 

A. In Process, Active, Printed, Closed 

B. Active, Printed, Accepted, Complete 

C. Active, In Process, Received, Complete 

D. In Process, Received, Accepted, Closed 

E. Requested, Printed, In Process, Received 

Answer:


Q12. Your client does not want to implement account alias issues or receipts. When performing setups, what should you do about the account alias flexfield? 

A. Define segments, but do not compile. 

B. Create at least one alias, compile, then disable the alias. 

C. Ignore the account alias flexfield because it would not be required. 

D. Compile the flexfield structure because it is required by Oracle Inventory. 

E. Define default account aliases that can be used at a later date, but ensure they are disabled now. 

Answer:


Q13. You are creating an interorganization transfer. The standard shipping lead time defined for the transfer is 14 days. You want to move the inventory from the source and put it in Intransit. You made a mistake and did not choose the option to have Intransit Inventory. When you initiate the process for interorganization transfer, what is the result of the transaction? 

A. You would get an error for the transaction, because it violates referential integrity. 

B. The inventory would not be moved from the source organization, because there is a lead time of 14 days defined. 

C. The inventory would be moved from the source organization, but it would be moved directly to the destination organization. 

D. The inventory would be moved from the source organization, but it would be moved to Intransit Inventory, because there is a lead time of 14 days defined. 

Answer:


Q14. Identify four ways in which sourcing rules significantly improve efficiency of procurement processes. (Choose four.) 

A. Allowing you to transfer from one supplier site to the other, if It is a global supplier. 

B. Assigning sourcing rules at the item or item-organization level using an assignment set. 

C. Giving you the ability to identify the priority to be given to the local sites of a global supplier. 

D. Sourcing the highest percentage of an item from only those suppliers who ranked the highest. 

E. Allowing you to identify the most efficient shipping method to be used for a specific sourcing rule, 

F. Automatically allocating planned orders across different suppliers based on predetermined criteria such as rank and percentage. 

G. Allowing the implementer to define a single sourcing rule for an item at the Item Master level, to cater to all inventory organizations. 

Answer: B,C,E,F 


Q15. Daily Business Intelligence pages provide summarized content for a particular functional area. Identify three features that the pages contain. (Choose three.) 

A. Regions 

B. Reports 

C. Parameters 

D. Responsibilities 

E. Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) 

Answer: A,C,E 


Q16. When implementing Purchasing at FGH Corp., you notice several administrative inefficiencies due to a poorly maintained supplier list. Identify three inefficiencies. (Choose three.) 

A. entering suppliers twice 

B. issuing specific invoices 

C. generating inaccurate returns 

D. generating inaccurate receipts 

E. generating accurate supplier reports 

F. issuing more payments than necessary 

G. issuing more purchase orders than necessary 

Answer: A,F,G 


Q17. Select three true statements about inventory reservations. (Choose three.) 

A. A reservation is a link between a supply source and a demand source. 

B. For on-hand inventory supply, there is only one type of reservation called high-level reservation. 

C. For on-hand inventory supply, there is only one type of reservation called low-level reservation. 

D. Reservations can be created only by Oracle applications or via forms. They cannot be imported from third-party applications. 

E. A reservation creates a permanent data link between a supply source and a demand source, and represents a guaranteed allotment of material to a specified demand source. 

F. Item reservations prevent the allocation of material you previously set aside for a sales order, account, account alias, inventory allotment, user-defined source, process batch components or, Oracle Complex Maintenance and Repair Overhaul work order components. 

G. Item reservations allow the allocation of material you previously set aside for a sales order, account, account alias, inventory allotment, user-defined source, process batch components or, Oracle Complex Maintenance and Repair Overhaul work order components as long as the quantity is not negative. 

Answer: A,E,F 


Q18. Which four sources of information default records Into the Supplier Header? (Choose four.) 

A. Invoice Options B. System Options C. Financial Options D. Payables Options 

E. Receiving Options 

F. Purchasing Options 

G. Approved supplier list 

Answer: C,D,E,F 


Q19. The buyer decides to automatically update and create sourcing rules, as part of the blanket purchase agreement approval process. However, on clicking the Approve button, the buyer does not see any option to update and create blanket purchase sourcing rules. 

Which profile option has the buyer failed to set up? 

A. PO: Automatic Document Sourcing 

B. MRP: Default Sourcing Assignment Set 

C. PO: Allow Auto-generate Sourcing Rules 

D. PO: Allow Autocreation of Oracle Sourcing Documents 

Answer:


Q20. Which are the four benefits of employing sound naming conventions while defining suppliers? (Choose four.) 

A. accurate supplier reporting 

B. prevention of incorrect returns 

C. improved system performance D. prevention of duplicate receipts E. prevention of duplicate invoices F. prevention of duplicate payments 

G. prevention of incorrect receipt inspections 

Answer: A,C,E,F