EBS-11i Financials Functional Foundation

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Course Duration: 5 days
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In this course, students will learn the basics regarding the table functionality of the core Oracle Financials Applications, including Oracle General Ledger, Oracle Purchasing, Oracle Payables, Oracle Inventory, Oracle Receivables, Order Management, and Oracle Assets, and will focus on identifying the flow of application information through the major tables and describe the resultant major business functions associated with these Applications.

This course will also teach the Applications Basics and will center on how to use the basic Applications tools to find information, as well as describe concurrent processing, flex fields, alerts, and Oracle Workflow Builder. Students will learn how to read and understand Entity Relationship Diagrams (ERDs), and Oracle Applications' Applications Technology ERDs. This course will convey the benefits of using open interfaces and how they are utilized in Oracle Applications, the basic importing needs, and the Oracle Applications Open Interface Model.

This course will also address the standards for using these interfaces. Basic technical functionality of the core Financials applications Technical overview of Oracle General Ledger, Purchasing, Payables, Receivables, Inventory, Order Management, Customers, and Assets Major business functions associated with the financial applications Flow of application information through major tables.
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  • Describing the Oracle Financials applications
  • Identifying the primary business functions that can be performed using each Oracle Financials application
  • Describing the Oracle Financials applications integration and data flow among applications
  • Over viewing the default account sources, multi-organization architecture, and the use of Multiple Reporting Currencies

Course Overview
Oracle Financial applications
Primary business functions
Oracle Financials Applications Integration
Data Flow Among Applications
Default Account Sources
Multi-Org Architecture
Multiple Reporting Currencies

Applications Basics

Basic Applications tools
Applications Security model
Concurrent processing
Flex fields

ERDs and Applications Technology

Entity Relationship Diagrams (ERDs)
Applications Technology ERDs

Oracle General Ledger
Major business functions of Oracle General Ledger
Oracle General Ledger entity relationship diagrams related to its major functions
Major tables by business function

Oracle Inventory
Inventory transaction activities
Major tables used in inventory transactions
Open interfaces and application program interfaces for inventory

Oracle Purchasing
Purchasing activity from requisition to receipt of goods
Major tables used in purchasing and receiving
Running a query in SQL*Plus against the appropriate database tables to review a purchase order and receipt for a given item
Open interfaces and application program interfaces for purchasing

Oracle Payables

Oracle Payables entity relationship diagram
Major tables by business function
Major columns in each of the major tables
Supplier Open Interface
iSupplier Portal

Oracle Assets

Oracle Assets entity relationship diagram
Major tables by business function
Major columns in each of the major tables

Oracle Order Management

Order Management process flow
Major tables used in Order Management
Open interfaces and APIs for Order Management

Oracle Receivables

Process by which Oracle Receivables generates customer invoices and manages customer receivables
Oracle Receivable entity relationship diagrams
Major tables by business function and the major columns
Process by which Receivables data is transferred to the general ledger
Deduction Management and Oracle iReceivables

Open Interfaces

Benefits of using open interfaces
Oracle Applications Open Interface Model
Managing your open interface processing

Development Topics
Interface options available within Oracle Applications
Solid standards for using these interfaces

Applications Architecture

Oracle E-Business Suite homepage
Self-Service interface
Professional interface
Architectural, database, and file system components
Oracle Applications and the Applications Technology stack
Component Applications
Product Dependencies