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High Volume Order Import (HVOP)

Posted on March 13th, 2009 by Sanjit Anand |Print This Post Print This Post |Email This Post Email This Post

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High Volume Order Import aka (HVOP) is a yet another alternate option for processing of huge volume of orders.

HVOP is designed for large order volumes (between thirty-thousand and one million order lines per day), with a limited load window, using limited hardware resources.Benchmark study says, HVOP achieves a 2 to 4 –fold improvement relative to standard Order Import.

If you have relatively large volumes say 100,000+ lines per day or more, probabally you need to consider HVOP, else if you shorter window like importing 5000 lines per CPU in an hour, then this also a good options.

For Order Management HVOP order import, no special setup is required.

Before opting for this over Order import check it out what is supported and what not and see what functions are a real fit.

Supported Operations

  • Common pricing features
  • Item Cross References
  • Booking
  • Holds
  • Shippable/ non-shippable flows
  • Credit Checking

Unsupported Operations

  • Add Customers
  • Configurations
  • Advanced pricing features (modifiers)
  • Audit Trail
  • Returns
  • Reservations
  • Updates / Deletes
  • Importing Closed Orders
  • iPayment Integration and credit card orders

Therefore for internal orders, drop shipments, ship, arrival and fulfillment sets, processing constraints and complex defaulting users must continue to use Order Import.

If you really looking options you can use the HVOP Questionnaire on Oracle Metalink to determine if HVOP will work for you or not. Good luck !

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One Response
  1. shekhar ramachandran Says:

    there is two enhancement in R12
    1)High Volume Order Import is enhanced with additional parameters to process tax and configurations
    2)A public API has been provided for repricing the order

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