Learn to build and implement a robust Oracle E-Business Suite system using the new release, EBS 12.2. This hands-on, real-world guide explains the rationale for using an Oracle E-Business Suite environment in a business enterprise and covers the major technology stack changes from EBS version 11i through R12.2. You will learn to build up an EBS environment from a simple single-node installation to a complex multi-node high available setup. Practical Oracle E-Business Suite focuses on release R12.2, but key areas in R12.1 are also covered wherever necessary. Detailed instructions are provided for the installation of EBS R12.2 in single and multi-node configurations, the logic and methodology used in EBS patching, and cloning of EBS single-node and complex multi-node environments configured with RAC. This book also provides information on FMW used in EBS 12.2, as well as performance tuning and EBS 12.2 on engineered system implementations. What You Will Learn:/bbr/pdivp/pulliUnderstand Oracle EBS software and the underlying technology stack componentsbr/liliInstall/configure Oracle E-Business Suite R12.2 in simple and HA complex setupsbr/liliManage Oracle EBS 12.2br/liliUse online patching (adop) for Installation of Oracle EBS patchesbr/liliClone an EBS environment in simple and complex configurationsbr/liliPerform and tune Oracle EBS in all layers (Application/DB/OS/NW)br/liliSecure E-Business Suite R12.2br/li/ul/divbrbWho This Book Is For:/bp/pp/pp/pp/pp/pp/p Developers, data architects, and data scientists looking to integrate the most successful big data open stack architecture and how to choose the correct technology in every layer
This book is a hands-on, real-world guide to building and implementing a robust Oracle E-Business Suite System using the new Release, EBS 12.2. It explains the rationale for using an Oracle E-business suite environment in a business enterprise and covers the major technology stack changes from EBS version 11i through R12.2. The book clarifies how to build up an EBS environment from a simple single-node installation to a complex multi-node high available setup. Practical Oracle E-Business Suite focuses on release R12.2, but key areas in R12.1 are also covered wherever necessary. Oracle E-Business suite R12.2 includes major changes in Technology Stack components and introduced many new features. And these changes and new features must be added to the skill set of those individuals responsible for implementing and managing Oracle EBS. Practical Oracle E-Business Suite provides detailed instructions for the Installation of EBS R12.2 in single and multi-node configurations, the logic and methodology used in EBS patching, and cloning of EBS single-node and complex multi-node environments configured with RAC. This book also provides filtered valuable information about such areas as FMW used in EBS 12.2, as well as performance tuning and EBS 12.2 on engineered system implementations. The following are the key areas of coverage: Introduction to Oracle E-Business Suite, general definition of the EBS product families and the overview of the new system architecture implemented in EBS 12.2 EBS 12.2 single node/multi-node installations along with the EBS 12.2 upgrades EBS 12.2 Application and database tier components along with details about the newly introduced EBS 12.2 FMW components, the new application filesystem (dual fs) and the new patching concept called online patching. Administration utilities including adconfig and rapid clone, along with their usages for managing and maintaining the EBS 12.2 systems. Security features and key areas for performance tuning in EBS 12.2 Implementing EBS 12.2 on Engineered Systems(Exadata, ODA and Exalogic) What you’ll learn Understanding Oracle EBS Software and underlying technology stack components Installation/configuration of Oracle E-Business Suite R12.2 in simple and HA complex setups Management of Oracle EBS 12.2 Using online patching (adop) for Installation of Oracle EBS patches Cloning of EBS Suite Environment in simple and complex configuration Performance and tuning of Oracle EBS in all layers (Application/DB/OS/NW) Securing E-Business Suite R12.2
Planning, executing and controlling the implementation process for Oracle E-Business Suite is no easy task, but done right can do wonders for your business. Anant Porwal, a certified master in Oracle Financials with twenty years of experience helping businesses implement the suite of applications, provides a comprehensive blueprint to get the most value out of the product with this implementation guide. The first section highlights high-level features of core Oracle E-Business Suite applications, including various technology pieces. It also explains how the applications allow for flexibility in accounting and in processing transactions. The second section explores how to implement the suite of applicationsfrom identifying the goals you want to achieve, selecting and building an implementation team, designing an implementation process, documenting and tracking progress, and taking the necessary steps to ensure implementation is a success. A Practical Guide to Implement Oracle E-Business Suite is must read for all members of companies planning Oracle implementation including stakeholders, project managers, team members and consultants alike, it provides insight into the intricacies and efforts for implementing very complex package, Oracle E-Business Suite.
Author: Anil Passi
Publisher: McGraw Hill Professional
Release Date: 2009-10-06
Extend and Customize Oracle E-Business Suite Transform your Oracle E-Business Suite infrastructure to suit enterprise requirements using the comprehensive development methods in this Oracle Press guide. Oracle E-Business Suite Development & Extensibility Handbook lays out each tool alongside reusable code and step-by-step examples. Learn how to create multiorg objects, integrate Java and PL/SQL, design custom user interfaces, and use Oracle Application Framework and Oracle Workflow. This detailed volume also explains how to work with Oracle XML Gateway, publish dynamic business intelligence reports, and tune your configuration. Manage an efficient development platform with Oracle Application Object Library Develop concurrent programs, customized forms, and personalized graphical user interfaces Securely share data between organizations Distribute business communiqués through Oracle Reports and Oracle Business Intelligence Publisher Develop Java extensions with Oracle JDeveloper and Oracle Application Framework Capture and graphically map business processes using Oracle Workflow Exchange data between applications via Oracle XML Gateway Change the appearance of applications using Custom Look and Feel Integrate Oracle E-Business Suite with service-oriented architecture using Oracle Applications Adapter On Demand
System Administration for Oracle E-Business Suite is written for new and intermediate administrators and key-users. The book is written for a classroom situation: each chapter has Exercises for up to 10 students. The book focuses on your role in an Oracle eBS-environment, and explains Concepts, gives Guided Exercises, Tips and Exercises. All concepts are explained via real-life examples, screenshots and navigation-paths. The Topics include: Function Security & Role Based Access Control, Profiles, Folders, Concurrent Program and Managers, Forms Personalization, OA-Framework Personalization and Links to useful websites.
This is a step-by-step functional guide to get you started easily with Oracle EBS Financials. If you are an Oracle E-Business Suite Financial consultant or an administrator looking to get a quick review on the capabilities of Oracle E-Business Suite and improve the use of the systems functionality, then this is the best guide for you. This book assumes that you have a fundamental knowledge of EBS Suite.
Author: Bastin Gerald
Publisher: McGraw Hill Professional
Release Date: 2002-01-08
Implement Oracle's Internet-based Manufacturing and Supply Chain Management products using this Oracle authorized resource. This comprehensive guide explains how to implement the planning, engineering, pricing, order fulfillment, and inventory management components of Oracle Manufacturing and Supply Chain--and develop and deliver goods and services faster, cheaper, and more efficiently than your competitors.
This is a practical guide with step-by step instructions for enhancing your application of Oracle BI Publisher 11g for enterprise reporting. If you are an Oracle BI Publisher 11g end user, be it a report developer, business analyst or consultant, this book is for you. You should have good knowledge of general reporting practices and XML/XSL programming, though experience of using BI/XML publisher is not essential.
Learn how to define strategies for cloud adoption of your Oracle database landscape. Understand private cloud, public cloud, and hybrid cloud computing in order to successfully design and manage databases in the cloud. The Cloud DBA-Oracle provides an overview of Database-as-a-Service (DBaaS) that you can use in defining your cloud adoption strategy. In-depth details of various cloud service providers for Oracle database are given, including Oracle Cloud and Amazon Web Services (AWS). Database administration techniques relevant to hosting databases in the cloud are shown in the book as well as the technical details needed to perform all database administration tasks and activities, such as migration to the cloud, backup in the cloud, and new database setup in the cloud. You will learn from real-world business cases and practical examples of administration of Oracle database in the cloud, highlighting the challenges faced and solutions implemented. What you will learn: Cloud computing concepts from the DBA perspective, such as private cloud, public cloud, hybrid cloud Technical details of all aspects of cloud database administration Challenges faced during setup of databases in private cloud or database migration to public cloud Key points to be kept in mind during database administration in the cloud Practical examples of successful Oracle database cloud migration and support Who Is This Book For All levels of IT professionals, from executives responsible for determining database strategies to database administrators and database architects who manage and design databases.
Author: Robert van Molken
Publisher: Packt Publishing Ltd
Release Date: 2017-01-20
Understand everything you need to know about Oracle's Integration Cloud Service and how to utilize it optimally for your business About This Book The only guide to Integration Cloud Service in the market Focused on practical action to deliver business value A professional's guide to an expensive product, providing comprehensive training, and showing how to extract real business value from the product Who This Book Is For This book is ideal for any IT professional working with ICS, any Oracle application or cloud solution developer or analyst who wants to work with ICS to deliver business value. What You Will Learn Use ICS to integrate different systems together without needing to be a developer Gain understanding of what a number of technologies and standards provide – without needing to understand the fine details of those standards and technologies Understand the use of connectors that Oracle provide from technology based connections such as file and database connections to SaaS solutions ranging from Salesforce to Twitter Enrich data and extend SaaS integration to route to different instances Utilize a number of tools to help develop and check that your integrations work before connecting to live systems Introduce and explain integration concepts so that the integrations created are maintainable and sustainable for the longer term Provide details on how to keep up to date with the features that Oracle and partners provide in the future Get special connections developed to work with ICS In Detail Businesses are built on data, and applications that access that data. In modern businesses the same cloud-based data stores and applications might be accessed by hundreds of different applications from thousands of different devices via APIs. To make this happen, APIs must be wired together i.e. integrated. Oracle Integration Cloud Service provides a complete method for integrating enterprise applications in the cloud. Integration Cloud Service (ICS) provides a cloud hosted means to integrate systems together using a graphical means to define and represent integrations. This book will be a comprehensive, hands-on guide to building successful, high-availability integrations on ICS. This book sets out to demonstrate how ICS can be used to effectively implement integrations that work both in the cloud and on premise. It starts with a fast, practical introduction to what ICS can do for your business and then shows how ICS allows you to develop integrations not only quickly but in a way that means they are maintainable and extensible. Gradually it moves into more advanced integrations, showing how to achieve sophisticated results with ICS and work with external applications. Finally the book shows you how to monitor cloud apps and go beyond ICS to build even more powerful integrated applications. By the end of the book, you will the knowledge on how to use ICS to solve your own integration needs and harness the technologies in a maintainable and sustainable manner. Style and approach This book will take a pragmatic approach and will be a business-focused guide to delivering business value with ICS.