EBS-R12.2 E-Business Suite Essen. for Implmntr's

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Course Duration: 3 days
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R12.2 Oracle E-Business Suite Fundamentals Ed 1 training helps you build a functional foundation for any E-Business Suite Fundamentals course. It's ideal for those who have implemented Oracle E-Business Suite Release 12, 12.1 or 12.2

Learn To:

  • Access and navigate within Oracle Applications using the user interface.
  • Understand major architectural components in E-Business Suite.
  • Identify and describe the benefits of R12.2 footprint.
  • Explain the basic concepts of System Administration.
  • Define key and descriptive Flexfields.
  • Recognize the different entities shared between multiple applications.
  • Identify features of Multiple Organizations and Multiple Organization Access Control (MOAC).

Benefits to You

Get a sound understanding of Oracle E-Business Suite, including navigation, key business flows, functionality, and integration points between products. Smoothly implement and start using the applications, so that your organization can quickly realize the full value of Oracle E-Business Suite.

Features & Benefits of Oracle Workflow

  • Use the Workflow Monitor to monitor a Workflow to completion.
  • Describe Alerts and test a Periodic Alert.
  • Describe the features of Oracle Business Intelligence (OBI) Applications.

End Users
Functional Implementer

  • Navigate within Oracle E-Business Suite
  • Understand conceptually the major architectural components of E-Business Suite
  • Describe basic concepts of System Administration
  • Define key and descriptive Flexfields
  • Identify shared entities across E-Business Suite
  • Describe features and benefits of Multiple Organization Access Control (MOAC)
  • Create Oracle Alerts and test a Periodic Alert
  • Learn the key features and benefits of Workflow
  • Understand basic features of Oracle Business Intelligence (OBI) Applications

R12.1 Oracle E-Business Essentials for Implementers: Overview
Objectives
Course purpose
More help about documentation and other resources
OU courses
Summary

Navigating in R12.1 Oracle Applications
Logging into and logging off from Oracle Applications
Accessing Responsibilities
Using forms & menus
Data Flow Across Oracle Applications
Entering data using forms
Retrieving, Editing and Deleting records
Accessing Online Help
Running reports and programs

Introduction to R12.1 Oracle Applications
Introduction to R12.1 Footprint
Benefits of R12.1 Footprint
R12.1 E-Business Suite Architecture
Basic Technical Architecture
Overview of Oracle file system and directories
Brief Overview/Introduction about Oracle E-Business Suite Integrated SOA Gateway

Fundamentals of System Administration
Application Security Overview
Function Security
Data Security
Profile Options
Standard request submission (SRS)

Fundamentals of Flexfields
Basics of Flexfields
Define Value sets
Define Key Flexfields
Define Descriptive Flexfields
Planning Decisions
Flexfield Enhancements

Shared Entities and Integration
Shared entities and non-key shared entities
Overview of E-Business Suite business flows and integration

Fundamentals of Multiple-Organization and Multiple-Organization Access Control (MOAC)
Introduction to Multiple-Organization and Multiple- Organization Access control (MOAC)
Types of organizations supported in the Multi-Org model
Multiple-Organization Access Control Setup and Process
Reporting across entities
Key Implementation considerations

Fundamentals of Oracle Workflow & Alerts
Overview of Workflow
Oracle Workflow Home Pages
Worklist WebPages
Workflow Monitor WebPages
Overview of Alerts
Difference between Workflow & Alerts

Oracle Business Intelligence (OBI) Applications: Overview
Oracle BI Applications: Overview
Oracle BI Applications: Multisource Analytics
Application Integration: Security
Application Integration: Action Links
Guided Navigation
Deployment Options
Related Courses
R12.x Oracle E-Business Suite Essentials for Implementers Self-Study Course