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Cycle Count Profile?
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Hello-

I am the first person inside my (large) company to try and implement Cycle Counts through Oracle.  I have read various help files and have followed them all exactly, but I continue to have problems.  Ultimately when I run the cycle count process, I continually get "no data" inside the report.  I have tried running both with and without ABC classes, specific sub inventories and all, various schedule differences, and others, yet continue to fail.

Is it possible that my profile may be restricting access to some function?  I'm currently set up as an Inventory Super User, but I can't seem to find what is causing the problems to continue.

Please let me know if you have any questions or if there is any info I can provide to help!

Thank you
Eric Fournrier
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Hello, Eric, Have you tried following steps mentioned in this doc ?
http://www.oraerp.com/Thread-Oracle-R12-Cycle-Counting
and ABC analysis
http://www.oraerp.com/Thread-Oracle-R12-ABC-Analysis
You should be able to do with Inventory Super User responsibility
Kind Regards, Ahmad
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