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PTO and ATO or Different Ordering Environments,
PTO is Pick To Order: where it is assumed that availability of stock is plenty , just pick and relese and ship for an order.
ATO is Assemble to Order : it is assuemed that, availble of option class, all included/standard items/ and depending up on the Order the Assemblies are carried and shipped. where it is expected that an order is booked for a predefined model item

We perform the following steps in O2C cycle
Enter and Book Sales Order
Schedule the Order
Pick Release the Order
Ship confirm the Order
Auto Invoice to the Receivables for the customer invoicing
Receipts
Bank Reconciliation

Shipping date / ship confirm date is stored in the table oe_order_lines_all.actual_ship_date Once the material is shipped and after running the interface trip stop SRS the above field get updated with the ship confirm date.

Verify the Sales order header workflow. It should be waiting at sales order line close. now navigate to Sysadmin>>workflow>>administer workflow>>status monitor on the new webpage enter the item type as OEOH and item key as the header workflow ID and find.
Now click activity history and select the wait function and retry>>submit>>Okay
Now again go to the sales order header and verify the header status it should be complete.
In case the order is very old and the workflow has been purged then we will need a data fix to close the Order header.

Sales order is which customer want or list of item's that customer want. It can be billable or non-billable
Purchase order is order used for fulfilled requisitions. i.e Get item's from supplier.

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