18Self-Service Receipts

This chapter contains the following:

Overview

You can use self-service receipts to request and directly receive goods.

For example, an employee requests a new office chair and enters a request in the Oracle Procurement Cloud application. The purchasing agent generates a purchase order and sets it up with a receipt routing of direct delivery. The supplier then fills the order and delivers the chair directly to the requester. Upon receipt, the requester updates the application to indicate that the requested item was received.

There are two major UI pages for Self-Service Receiving:

  • Receive Items page - use for creating receipts

  • Manage Receipts page - use for viewing, returning, and correcting receipts

Oracle Procurement Cloud is essential for the self-service receiving process flow. However, any inbound inventory transaction is classified as a part of Oracle Fusion Receiving regardless of the user's business role.

To access Self-Service Receipts, select My Receipts from the Procurement work area.

You can create receipts for requisitions when you're not the requester or preparer.

To enable users to create self-service receipts on the behalf of others, complete these steps:

  1. Click Navigator > Tools > Security Console.

  2. Click the Create Role button.

  3. Enter a value for the Role Name.

    For example, enter Self Service Receiving All Requisitions.

  4. Enter a value for the Role Code.

    For example, enter SELF_SERVICE_RECEIVING_ALL_JOB.

  5. Select SCM Job Roles as the Role Category.

  6. Enter the Role Description.

    For example, enter Job role to receive self-service receipts for all procurement requesters.

  7. Click Next.

  8. Click Add Function Security Policy.

  9. Add Function Security Policy:

    • Function Security Policy: Create Self-Service All Requisition Receiving Receipt

    • Description: Allows creation of self-service receipts by any other person apart from the requisition requester or preparer

  10. Click the Add Privilege to Role button.

  11. Click Next.

  12. On the User's Step, click the Add User button.

  13. Select the appropriate user to add to the newly created job role.

  14. Click the Add User to Role button.

  15. Click the Save and Close button on the last step of the process.

FAQs for Self-Servce Receipts

A requester can perform these actions in Self-Service Receiving:

  • Receive Items: create a receipt against requisitions, purchase orders, internal orders, and ASNs.

  • View Receipts: locate and view details for existing receipts.

  • Return Items: return quantity-based received items to the supplier. This includes full or partial quantities.

  • Correct Receipts: modify an existing receipt quantity in case of any errors.

Note: You can only return quantity-based received lines through Self-Service Receiving.

For transactions to appear on the My Receipts pages, purchase orders must have their Receipt Routing value set to Direct Delivery. To receive a purchase order with a Standard Delivery receipt routing, you must use the Receive Expected Shipments page in Oracle Fusion Receiving.

The receiving line must be in Open or Partially Received status to view it on the My Receipts pages in Self-Service Receiving.

Self-Service Receiving supports requested purchase orders. For transactions to appear on the My Receipts pages, these must be true:

  • The purchase order must have its Receipt Routing value set to Direct Delivery.

  • The receiving line must be in Open or Partially Received status. The purchase order can't have a status of Closed for Receiving. It should be a 3-way match purchase order.

  • The Requester field on the distribution must be populated.

    Note: The purchase order distributions must have a Deliver to Person populated. This field defaults from the requester on the backing requisition, if there is one.

In addition, keep these in mind when using Self-Service Receiving:

  • When searching for a purchase order without a backing requisition, leave the Entered By field in the search criteria blank.

  • If you're searching for items to receive using the Requisition Business Unit and the list doesn't show any values, you should have requisition business unit data access through the Procurement Requester role.

  • When logged in, you should have the employee role. You should also be authorized to do one of the following:

    • receive on behalf of others

    • be either the requester or preparer of the requisitions

    • be the deliver to person on the purchase order

  • The business unit should not be Fiscal Document Generation and Fiscal Document Capture enabled. These types of business units are created for Brazil. If they're enabled, documents must go through Fiscal Document Capture. You can't create a receipt directly from My Receipts or from Oracle Fusion Inventory Management with fiscal documents.

The Add to Receipts functionality is only available within warehouse receiving. A warehouse manager or receiving agent has the information to identify how receipts should be grouped. In fact, a warehouse user can even enter a receipt number manually. In warehouse receiving, the user can create a receipt for purchase orders that belong to a single supplier at a time. Also, receipts can be created for only one inventory organization. Because of that, the warehouse user needs the ability to access previously created receipts and add to them.

An employee who accesses Self-Service Receiving doesn't have the necessary information regarding how receipts are grouped. More importantly, a requester can receive purchase orders belonging to different suppliers and destined for different inventory organizations. That's why Self-Service Receiving organizes the lines being received and creates the receipts based on different grouping criteria. Self-Service Receiving always creates new receipts.

Self-Service receiving can only be processed by the requester. If you need to receive all purchase orders, you should use the standard Oracle Fusion Receiving pages for the Receive Load flow.

For Self-Service Receiving, use the Manage Receiving Parameters task to set up your receipt number receiving parameters.

In the Setup and Maintenance work area, go to the Manage Receiving Parameters task:

  • Offering: Manufacturing and Supply Chain Materials Management

  • Functional Area: Receiving

  • Task: Manage Receiving Parameters

In the Receipt Number Receiving Parameters section of the page, select these values for Self-Service Receiving:

Field Value

Generation

Automatic

Type

Numeric

Receive Item

In this activity, procurement requesters can create receipts against requisitions, purchase orders, and advance shipment notices.

To create self-service receipts, select Navigator > Procurement > My Receipts.

Note: You can also create receipts for requisitions when you're not the requester or preparer.

Create a Self-Service Receipt

This example demonstrates how to create a self-service receipt. You can create self-service receipts for items that you purchase for yourself that get delivered to your desk such as paper, pens, and other office supplies.

The following table summarizes key decisions for this scenario.

Decisions to Consider In this Example

What's the purchase order number?

1004213

What's the number of items received?

1

Should I populate the receipt by default?

No

What's the waybill number?

408819845

What's the packing slip number?

PS1009675

For this scenario, you will:

  1. Create a self-service receipt.

  2. Verify that the newly created receipt exists.

You have already created the purchase order 1004213 to buy a case for your laptop.

Create a Self-Service Receipt
  1. Click Navigator > Procurement > My Receipts.

    This takes you to the Receive Items page where you can search for the purchase order that you used to buy the laptop case and start the self-service receipt process.

  2. On the Receive Items page, in the Purchase Order field, enter 1004213.

  3. Click Search.

  4. In the Search Results section, select the line containing your purchase order 1004213.

  5. Click Receive.

    This takes you to the Create Receipts page where you can enter the number of items received, waybill, and packing slip number to finalize the receipt.

  6. On the Create Receipts page, complete the fields, as shown in this table.

    Field Value

    Quantity

    1

    Waybill

    408819845

    Packing Slip

    PS1009675

    Note: You can use the Show Receipt Quantity button to optionally populate the Quantity field. But, let's enter the quantity manually.

  7. Click Submit.

    Once you click the Submit button, you've created your receipt and you'll receive a confirmation message. The receipt number displays on the confirmation message.

  8. Click OK to close the confirmation window.

Verify the New Receipt
Now you can verify that your receipt was created by searching for it on the Manage Receipts page.
  1. In the task pane, click Manage Receipts.

    On the Manage Receipts page, you can enter search criteria to filter your search, or just click the Search button. Let's enter the receipt number.

  2. In the Receipt field, enter 9288.

  3. Click Search.

  4. In the Search Results table, click receipt 9288 to view the receipt that you just created.

    This takes you to the Receipt page where you can check the details of your receipt.

You can view quantity-based items and fixed-priced lines in the same interface. However, there are several differences between these two line types. An example of a quantity-based line item is 55 boxes. An example of a fixed-price line item is security services for an amount of 1000 USD.

Quantity-Based Lines

Quantity-based lines include a physical quantity. Quantity-based lines display the actual quantity in the Quantity field. For quantity-based lines, the Currency field is not applicable. Instead, the UOM field displays the applicable unit of measure for the quantity-based item. You can return and correct quantity-based lines.

Fixed-Price Lines

Fixed-price lines do not have a physical quantity. Fixed-price service lines display an editable amount instead of a quantity in the Quantity field. For fixed-price service lines, the UOM field is not applicable. Instead, the Currency field displays the currency and the currency is not editable. You can correct fixed-price service lines, but you cannot return them.

FAQs for Receiving Self-Service Receipts

Blind receiving was enforced as a profile option for this organization.

Yes, you can search by entering values in both the Purchase Order and Requisition fields on the Receive Items page. You can also search by entering either a purchase order or requisition number. The search results return a different set of lines based on the combination of requisition and purchase order.

Yes, you can search the Receive Items page for a specific line or range of lines within a specific purchase order. Select Advanced to access the advanced search parameters. Then use the between operator to search for a range of purchase order lines. The range is limited to a a maximum of 500 lines.

To display the purchase requisition description in the search results of the Receive Items page, you must enable the column from the View menu. Select View > Columns > Description.

To display the manufacturer part number (MPN) and manufacturer name when receiving goods and performing associated transactions, you must enable the columns from the View menu throughout the Receiving and Self-Service Receiving pages. Select View > Columns > Manufacturer Part Number and View > Columns > Manufacturer.

If there is a single value for the MPN and manufacturer against the record, the values display directly in the record. However, if there are multiple values for the MPN and manufacturer, you see a Multiple link display in both columns. Click either the value or the Multiple link to open the Manufacturer Parts window to view the full list of MPNs and manufacturers.

Note: If the source document line is a PO line, the application sources the MPN and manufacturer from the PO line itself. If the source document line isn't a PO line, the application sources the MPN and manufacturer from the item master record in Oracle Product Hub Cloud.

No, you can't receive lot and serial controlled items through My Receipts. You have to use the Receive Expected Shipments page in Oracle Fusion Receiving to receive lot and serial controlled items.

The Add to Receipts functionality is only available within warehouse receiving. A warehouse manager or receiving agent has the information to identify how receipts should be grouped. In fact, a warehouse user can even enter a receipt number manually. In warehouse receiving, the user can create a receipt for purchase orders that belong to a single supplier at a time. Also, receipts can be created for only one inventory organization. Because of that, the warehouse user needs the ability to access previously created receipts and add to them.

An employee who accesses Self-Service Receiving doesn't have the necessary information regarding how receipts are grouped. More importantly, a requester can receive purchase orders belonging to different suppliers and destined for different inventory organizations. That's why Self-Service Receiving organizes the lines being received and creates the receipts based on different grouping criteria. Self-Service Receiving always creates new receipts.

Manage Receipt

In this activity, procurement requesters can view the details of receipts that have been created, return the complete or partial quantity of items received to the supplier, and make modifications to an existing receipt quantity in case of any errors.

Procurement requesters can:

  • Search for existing receipts

  • View existing receipts

  • Correct receipts

  • Return receipts

Note: For transfer order receipts, the following exceptions apply:
  • You can't perform corrections for transfer order receipts.

  • You can only perform returns against transfer order receipts with an inventory destination (interorganization transfer).

  • You must set the RCV_SS_ALLOW_INV_DEST_RECEIPTS profile option to enable inventory destination receipts for Self-Service Receiving.

In the Setup and Maintenance work area, use this path to set up your receiving profile options:

  • Offering: Manufacturing and Supply Chain Materials Management

  • Functional Area: Receiving

  • Task: Manage Receiving Profile Options

To manage self-service receipts, select Navigator > Procurement > My Receipts. From the task pane, click Manage Receipts.

Note: You can also create receipts for requisitions when you're not the requester or preparer.

You can request a return against an inventory destination transfer order through the Manage Receipts Self-Service interface.

The following aspects are important when returning transfer orders:

  • Return transfer order process

  • Physical material return

  • Corrections to returned transfer orders

  • Return exceptions for transfer orders

Return Transfer Order Process

Receiving associates return transfer orders with the original transfer order, and the physical return of the material is optional.

When you initiate a return against a transfer order, the application creates a new transfer order with a transfer type of return transfer order. If the physical return of material is required, the transfer order is passed to Oracle Fusion Shipping. If the physical return of material is not required, the transfer order does not pass to Shipping, and instead is set to a status of closed.

During the return process, Receiving calculates the price and tax for the return transfer order before submitting the lines for processing. The application obtains the tax and prices amounts from the original transfer order and creates them in reverse.

Physical Material Return

The Physical Material Return Required check box displays on the Return Lines user interface. If you deselect this field, the return is considered an accounting only return. If you select this field, transactions are created for the physical return of the material.

For returns that do not require physical return of material, shipment lines and reservations are not created. The transfer order line is set to a status of closed automatically, and the application does not update the shipped or received quantity. You can use the transfer order document for tax, accounting, and audit trail purposes.

For returns that require physical return of material, shipment lines and reservations are created. You can pick, pack, and ship physical material returns.

Corrections to Returned Transfer Orders

Once material from a transfer order is put away, you cannot correct the receipt quantity. However, you can correct the receipt quantity on a transfer order prior to putting away the transaction.

Return Exceptions for Transfer Orders

Here are the exceptions for returns against transfer orders:

  • Once you initiate a return against a transfer order, you can no longer correct the returned quantity.

  • You cannot combine transfer order return lines with other purchase order or RMA return lines on the same return receipt.

  • You cannot perform return transactions for an intraorganization transfer order which moves material from subinventory to subinventory within an organization.

  • The application does not initiate transfer order return transactions if the material is not physically available. For example, if other reservations exist for the same material.

  • You can only return inventory destination transfer orders. You cannot return expense destination transfer orders.

FAQs for Returning Self-Service Receipts

You cannot return fixed-price lines. You can only return quantity-based lines.

Transactions are created for the physical return of the material, and shipment lines and reservations are created. You can pick, pack, and ship physical material returns.

If you don't select this check box, the return is considered an accounting only return. Shipment lines and reservations aren't created, the transfer order is set to a status of closed automatically, and the shipped or received quantities aren't updated.

No, you can only return amount-based received lines through Self-Service Receiving.

Confirm Receipts Process

Confirm Receipt Process

The Confirm Receipts workflow sends notifications through the Web or email to requesters or buyers who create requisitions in Oracle Fusion Self Service Procurement. The workflow informs the requesters or buyers that they should have received an item.

The most important aspects of the Confirm Receipts workflow process include:

  • Notification criteria

  • Notification options

  • Notification delivery

Notification Criteria

The Confirm Receipts workflow sends notifications for items with a destination type of Expense, a routing of Direct Delivery, and a need-by date that's equal to or later than today's date.

Notification Options

You can have notifications sent to the requester for them to respond to the receipt status of an order. These notifications are called confirm receipt notifications.

The options available to the requester who receives a purchase order notification include:

  • Fully received

  • Not received

  • Receive up to amount invoiced due to an invoice match in Oracle Fusion Payables

Note: If the requester selects Not Received, a notification can be sent to the buyer regarding the requester's failure to receive the items on the purchase order. Later, when the requested items are available to be received, the buyer can either receive the items or send a notification to the requester again to complete the receiving process at the requester's end.

The options available to the requester who receives a transfer order notification include:

  • Receive in full

  • Did not receive

Notification Delivery

When a purchase order is created, the line on the purchase order must have a matching level of 3-way matching. You must submit the Confirm Receipts Workflow Select Orders process to send the notifications to the requesters.

Workflow sends notifications when either of these occur:

  • At least one day must have lapsed from the need-by date on the order line.

  • An invoice is matched to the purchase order line in payables, and the invoice itself is on quantity or amount receiving hold.

More specifically, the Confirm Receipts workflow sends notifications when the purchase order fulfills the following criteria:

  • Purchase order has an expense destination

  • Match Approval Level is 3 Way

  • Receipt Routing is Direct delivery

  • Purchase order has a deliver-to person ID on the distributions

  • Purchase order past due date must be more than one day

  • If the profile value RCV_SSP_NOTIF_INCLUDE_PAST_DUE_ORDERS is set to Yes, then the workflow includes all POs which are past due

  • If the profile value RCV_SSP_NOTIF_INCLUDE_PAST_DUE_ORDERS is set to No, then the notification is raised only if:

    • There's an invoice corresponding to the PO schedule, and

    • The invoice is placed on hold and the hold code is QTY REC or AMT REC

Based on the need-by and run dates, here are examples of when workflow sends the notification for a purchase order:

  • If the need-by date on the PO schedule is 22 December and you run the Confirm Receipt process on 23 December, then workflow sends the notification.

  • If the need-by date on the PO schedule is 23 December and you run the Confirm Receipt process on 23 December, then workflow doesn't send the notification.

  • If the need-by date on the PO schedule is 15 December and you run the Confirm Receipt process on 23 December, then workflow sends the notification.

For transfer orders, notifications are only available for expense destination transfer orders sourced from a requisition line. The transfer order must also have direct receipt routing.

To use the Confirm Receipt notification workflow for transfer orders, enable the Transfer orders included for Confirm Receipt Process profile option.

In the Setup and Maintenance work area, use the following to set up your receiving profile options:

  • Offering: Manufacturing and Supply Chain Materials Management

  • Functional Area: Receiving

  • Task: Manage Receiving Profile Options

Self-Service Items Not Received

During self-service receipt, a requester can involve the buyer when unable to receive an order. The requester who receives the purchase order notification clicks the Not Received button as part of the Confirm Receipts workflow. Selecting Not Received triggers a notification to the buyer on the failure to receive items by the requester.

As a buyer, the workflow lets you receive the notification as part of your worklist. The notification provides details on the requester and the order against which the requester didn't receive items.

When the requested items become available in the future, the buyer can either receive the items or send a notification to the requester again to complete the receiving process at the requester's end.

Self-Service Transfer Order Receipt Confirmation

For expense destination transfer orders sourced from requisition lines, use the Transfer Order Receipt Confirmation page to confirm receipt of a transfer order shipment. When you open the workflow notification letting you know that an item is ready to be received, you are transferred to this page. Select the Receive in Full button to confirm the receipt of goods and automatically create a receipt. You can view your created receipt on the Self-Service Manage Receipts page. If you did not receive your shipment, select the Did Not Receive button.

Note: To use the Confirm Receipt notification feature for transfer orders, enable the Transfer orders included for Confirm Receipt process profile option. In the Setup and Maintenance work area, use the Define Receiving task to set up your receiving profile options.

The Transfer Order Receipt Confirmation page displays the lines to receive for a transfer order shipment. In the Lines to Receive section of the page, view your data from the transfer order shipment line. The following table shows the data you can view for your transfer order shipment line.

Attribute Description

Shipped quantity

Quantity available in the shipment to receive. If there are multiple transfer order distributions, you will see a separate line for each distribution.

Received quantity

Quantity already received against the shipment and distribution.

Requisitions

Requisition number tied to the transfer order.

FAQs for Confirm Receipts

What are the Confirm Receipts workflow notification responses?

Here are the possible Confirm Receipts workflow notification responses and their associated roles:

  • Receive in full (Requester or Buyer)

  • Receipt up to Invoiced (Requester or Buyer)

  • Did not receive (Requester or Buyer)

  • Re-notify requester (Buyer)

  • Acknowledge (Manager after escalation)

If you select a receive outcome of Receive in Full or Receipt up to Invoiced Amount, the task is completed. If you select Did Not Receive, the task is assigned to the buyer. If you choose Re-notify Requester, the task is assigned back to the requester.

This history tab at the bottom of the notification shows the status history of this workflow through possible reassignment and notifications.

Why isn't the Receive up to Invoiced Amount button enabled for my notification?

This button is disabled because when the notification was issued, the purchase order wasn't yet invoiced.

Let's look at this example. A notification is sent on 13-Nov-2020. At that time, the RCV_SSP_NOTIF_INCLUDE_PAST_DUE_ORDERS profile option was set to Y, but there were no invoices created for any of the schedules of this purchase order. Since the profile option is Y, the notification was raised. However, since there are no invoices, the Receive up to Invoiced Amount button is disabled because the difference between the amount billed and amount received is zero.

On 5-Dec-2020, the invoices are created. These invoices are placed on hold on 6-Dec-2020. The button is still disabled because when the task was created on 13-Nov-2020, there were no invoices.

To reissue a new notification based on the current state of the purchase order, complete these steps:

  1. Click the Did Not Receive button on the old notification. This closes that task without creating a receipt.

  2. Run the Confirm Receipt scheduled process.

  3. Log into the worklist as the original requester of the purchase order (not the escalated manager).

  4. Open the notification details and the Receive Up to Invoiced Amount button is now enabled.

What happens if I select the Did Not Receive button on the Confirm Receipts notification?

The tasks is assigned to the buyer.

How can I inform the buyer when the requester selects the Did Not Receive option?

You must first enable the Escalate Self-Service Receiving for Items Not Received feature to use this functionality.

To enable the Escalate Self-Service Receiving for Items Not Received feature, go to the Manufacturing and Supply Chain Materials Management offing in the Setup and Maintenance work area.

  1. In the Setup and Maintenance work are, select the Manufacturing and Supply Chain Materials Management offering.

  2. On the Manufacturing and Supply Chain Materials Management page, click the Change Feature Opt In link.

  3. On the Opt In: Manufacturing and Supply Chain Materials Management page, select the Features icon in the Receiving row.

  4. On the Edit Features: Receiving page, select the Enable check box for the Escalate Self-Service Receiving for Items Not Received feature.

  5. Click Done.

Why aren't I receiving Confirm Receipt notifications for my purchase order?

The Confirm Receipts workflow sends notifications when the following criteria is fulfilled on the purchase order:

  • The destination type on the purchase order is Expense.

  • The receipt routing is Direct Delivery.

  • The match approval level is 3 Way.

  • The purchase order must have a deliver-to person on the distribution.

  • The purchase order past due date should be more than one day.

  • If the RCV_SSP_NOTIF_INCLUDE_PAST_DUE_ORDERS profile value is Y, then it includes all purchase orders that are past due. If the RCV_SSP_NOTIF_INCLUDE_PAST_DUE_ORDERS profile value is N, then the notification is raised only if:

    • There's an invoice corresponding to the purchase order schedule.

    • The invoice is placed on hold and the hold code is QTY REC or AMT REC.

The Confirm Receipts scheduled process generates notifications for all self-service purchase orders that are past their promised date (or need-by date if the promised date isn't provided). You can schedule the Confirm Receipts process for a Daily run to create timely notifications.

Why did I receive multiple Confirm Receipt notifications for the same purchase order schedule?

Let's look at an example. If you run the Confirm Receipts process on 8-Dec-2020, the process checks all purchase orders that have a due date as 7-Dec-2020 or less (with receipt routing as Direct Delivery, match option as 3 Way, a requester present on the purchase order, and destination type as Expense). Then, the process checks if there is an existing notification assigned. If the notification is already assigned, a duplicate isn't sent. When a notification is sent, it's up to the requester to act on it manually. The requester must go to the work list and receive using buttons or the email actions, such as Fully Received or Did Not Receive. If the notification is sent on 8-Dec-2020 and the original requester doesn't respond by 16-December-2020, then another reminder email is sent. If the requester doesn't respond by 23-December-2020, the current notification expires and it's escalated to the original requester's manager.

Also, it's possible to receive a notification two days in a row if an open notification is closed with actions pending, but not done. For example, if the requester selects the Did Not Receive option and closes the notification. In this case, the application sends the notification again during the next run of the Confirm Receipts process.

What happens if the requester doesn't respond to a Confirm Receipts workflow notification?

Once a notification is sent, it's up to the requester to act on it manually. Notifications by default have an expiration date of one week, after which the notification escalates to the line manager of the requester. After one week of escalation, the notification expires. Once a notification expires, the purchase order becomes eligible for the Confirm Receipt workflow again. And if still not received, the purchase order requester is sent another notification.

What security setups are required to run or view notifications from the Confirm Receipt process?

Here are the required security setups for running the Confirm Receipt scheduled process:

  • You need the RCV_CONFIRM_RECEIVING_RECEIPT_WORKFLOW_PROCESS_PRIV privilege to submit the Confirm Receipts scheduled process.

  • This privilege is assigned to the Confirm Receipt Submission Duty role (RCV_CONFIRM_RECEIPT_SUBMISSION_DUTY).

  • This duty role is assigned to the warehouse manager job role (INV_WAREHOUSE_MANAGER_JOB).

A requester or preparer (of the requisition) can view the confirm receipt notification:

  • You need the RCV_CONFIRM_RECEIVING_RECEIPT_NOTIFICATION_PRIV notification (View Receiving Receipt Notification) to view the notifications.

  • This privilege is part of the Receiving Management Requester Duty role (RCV_RECEIVING_MANAGEMENT_REQUESTER_DUTY).

  • This duty role is assigned to these job roles:

    • POR_PROCUREMENT_REQUESTER_ABSTRACT

    • POR_PROCUREMENT_PREPARER_ABSTRACT

Does the quantity to invoice show in the Confirm Receipt notification lines if the quantity has already been invoiced?

No, the invoiced quantity doesn't appear on the Confirm Receipt notification. If any purchase order quantities are invoiced, the quantity to receive appears on the purchase order schedules in the detail view.