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Oracle r 12 – e business essentials

  1. 1. Oracle R 12 – E- Business Essentials<br /><ul><li>It provides functional foundation to any E-BS fundamental course.
  2. 2. It covers major components of R 12 E-BS architecture and SWAN user interface.
  3. 3. E-BS is fully integrated, comprehensive suite of business applications for the enterprise.
  4. 4. Major topics are shared entities, integration, Flex-field, Multi org. access control, workflow, alerts, sys. Admn. And Business Intelligence.</li></ul>1<br />
  5. 5. Oracle R 12 – E- Business Essentials<br /><ul><li>Accessing and navigating using SWAN user interface. SWAN is a sub-class of Browser Look And Feel (BLAF).
  6. 6. Form based apps are optimized for a large volume of transactions AND HTML based apps are optimized for ease of first time use.
  7. 7. Oracle apps FORM is a user’s interface to business data stored in the database. We navigate between and within forms to enter and access information from the database.</li></ul>2<br />
  8. 8. Oracle R 12 – E- Business Essentials<br />Other Sources<br /><ul><li>Meta-link:For Service Request (SR), bug and patches.
  9. 9. Apps world: Hands-on learning environment.
  10. 10. Apps Net: On line community for users and implementers.
  11. 11. Oracle Technology Network (OTN): Comprehensive technical resource.</li></ul>3<br />
  12. 12. Oracle R 12 – E- Business Essentials<br />Oracle Apps Security<br />4<br />
  13. 13. Oracle R 12 – E- Business Essentials<br />Oracle Apps Security contd…<br /><ul><li>It is based on Oracle Apps “user name”.
  14. 14. Responsibility is a level of authority in E-BS.</li></ul>5<br />
  15. 15. Oracle R 12 – E- Business Essentials<br />Oracle Apps Security contd…<br />6<br />
  16. 16. Oracle R 12 – E- Business Essentials<br />Misc topics<br /><ul><li>We can put an end date for the records which can not be deleted.
  17. 17. A field that has predefined list of valid values displays an LOV icon.
  18. 18. Error Message:</li></ul>7<br />
  19. 19. Oracle R 12 – E- Business Essentials<br />Concurrent Processing<br />It is a non-interactive, data dependent and does not interfere the task.<br />8<br />
  20. 20. Oracle R 12 – E- Business Essentials<br />E-BS Architecture<br />It is engineered to work as an integrated system on a common IT infrastructure. It is integrated yet modular. <br />9<br />
  21. 21. Oracle R 12 – E- Business Essentials<br />E-BS Architecture – Business Architecture<br />10<br />
  22. 22. Oracle R 12 – E- Business Essentials<br />E-BS Architecture – Technical Architecture<br />11<br />
  23. 23. Oracle R 12 – E- Business Essentials<br />Tier<br />It is a logical grouping of services, spread across more than one physical machine.<br />12<br />
  24. 24. Oracle R 12 – E- Business Essentials<br />Application Tier<br /><ul><li>Web server
  25. 25. Form Server
  26. 26. Report Server
  27. 27. Discoverer Server
  28. 28. Concurrent processing server
  29. 29. Admn Server
  30. 30. Upgrade oracle apps
  31. 31. Applying database patches
  32. 32. Maintaining oracle apps data</li></ul>13<br />
  33. 33. Oracle R 12 – E- Business Essentials<br />Database Tier<br /><ul><li>Contains oracle data server files and oracle apps database executables.
  34. 34. Storage, retrieval and management of data.</li></ul>14<br />
  35. 35. Oracle R 12 – E- Business Essentials<br />Oracle Application Technical Layer (OATL)<br />It is an integrated collection of components used by all Oracle apps modules.<br />Components are:<br /><ul><li>Application DBA
  36. 36. App Object Library
  37. 37. Apps Utilities
  38. 38. Common modules
  39. 39. Workflow
  40. 40. Alert
  41. 41. OA Framework
  42. 42. Oracle XML Publishers</li></ul>15<br />
  43. 43. Oracle R 12 – E- Business Essentials<br />Oracle Application Manager<br />It is a key sys admn tool which manages and monitors Oracle apps system from an HTML based central control console.<br />Tasks:<br /><ul><li>Configure and administer the system
  44. 44. Diagnose and correct the problem
  45. 45. Manage patches
  46. 46. Monitor and tune performance
  47. 47. Monitor system security</li></ul>16<br />
  48. 48. Oracle R 12 – E- Business Essentials<br />Rapid Installation<br />Components:<br /><ul><li>Oracle database
  49. 49. Appl technology stack
  50. 50. Oracle apps file system</li></ul>17<br />
  51. 51. Oracle R 12 – E- Business Essentials<br />Shared Entities<br />Features:<br /><ul><li>One time definition of an object
  52. 52. Use of that product across several products
  53. 53. Owned by a single product for table purpose only</li></ul>18<br />
  54. 54. Oracle R 12 – E- Business Essentials<br />Appl Object Library (AOL) and Ledger<br />AOL is a robust infrastructure for security, application administration and configuration.<br />Ledger provides means to collect and quantify financial data.<br />19<br />
  55. 55. Oracle R 12 – E- Business Essentials<br />Key Business Flows<br /><ul><li>Forecast to Plan
  56. 56. P 2 P
  57. 57. Demand to Build
  58. 58. Campaign to Order
  59. 59. Click to Order
  60. 60. O 2 C
  61. 61. Contract to Renewal
  62. 62. Request to Resolution
  63. 63. Project to Profit
  64. 64. People to Paycheck
  65. 65. Plan to Replenish
  66. 66. Benefits to Payroll</li></ul>20<br />
  67. 67. Oracle R 12 – E- Business Essentials<br />Fundamentals of System Administration<br />Layers of access control with Oracle user management.<br />Each layer adds an increasing level of administrative flexibility and scalability.<br />21<br />
  68. 68. Oracle R 12 – E- Business Essentials<br />System Administration contd..<br />Self Service & Approvals:<br /><ul><li>Obtains new user account or
  69. 69. Request additional access to the system
  70. 70. Reset password</li></ul>22<br />
  71. 71. Oracle R 12 – E- Business Essentials<br />System Administration contd..<br />Function Security:<br /><ul><li>Defines applications
  72. 72. Defines data groups
  73. 73. Creates responsibilities and users
  74. 74. System administrator manages security by creating user sign-on and assigning them to one or more responsibilities.
  75. 75. Defining an application:</li></ul>23<br />
  76. 76. Oracle R 12 – E- Business Essentials<br />System Administration contd..<br />Data group:<br /><ul><li>It is a collection of pairing of an application with an Oracle ID.
  77. 77. It automatically supports concurrent processing and cross application reporting.
  78. 78. An application can be listed only once in a data group.
  79. 79. An Oracle ID can be paired with more than one applications.
  80. 80. AOL owns database tables.
  81. 81. We can control relationship among application, forms and programs by defining a data group.</li></ul>24<br />
  82. 82. Oracle R 12 – E- Business Essentials<br />System Administration contd..<br />Components of Responsibility:<br />Required:<br /><ul><li>Data group – Forms and Reports
  83. 83. Menu – Forms and Functions.</li></ul>Optional:<br /><ul><li>Request Group
  84. 84. Exclusion</li></ul>Function: A set of executable code available as a menu option. We can exclude function at any level.<br />25<br />
  85. 85. Oracle R 12 – E- Business Essentials<br />System Administration contd..<br />Data Security:<br />Components:<br />Object: It is a system entity subject to access control. It usually corresponds to a table.<br />Object Instance: It represents all rows in the database table.<br />Object instance set: Related set of instances of an object. Set of rows.<br />26<br />
  86. 86. Oracle R 12 – E- Business Essentials<br />System Administration contd..<br />Data Security privileges: Grants and Permissions:<br /><ul><li>It gives additional access control on the data and the action that can be performed on data.
  87. 87. Grantee can be a group of users, specific user or all users.
  88. 88. Permission is an approval to perform operation on an object.
  89. 89. Permissions or grants are access granted to users through roles.</li></ul>27<br />
  90. 90. Oracle R 12 – E- Business Essentials<br />System Administration contd..<br />Profile Option: Determines how the application look, feel and operate.<br />Profile hierarchy type:<br />Security: Site Appl Responsibility user <br />Organization: Site Organization User<br />Server: Site Server User<br />Security type is most widely used.<br />28<br />
  91. 91. Oracle R 12 – E- Business Essentials<br />System Administration contd..<br />Standard Request Submission<br />Elements involved in submitting request:<br /><ul><li>Selecting a request or request set
  92. 92. Defining a submission schedule
  93. 93. Providing completion option</li></ul>29<br />
  94. 94. Oracle R 12 – E- Business Essentials<br />Flex-Field (FF)<br /><ul><li>It is a configurable field that opens in a window from a regular Oracle Appl window.
  95. 95. It enables us to tailor Oracle Appl to our own business environment.
  96. 96. It structures certain identifier (key FF)
  97. 97. It collects and displays additional information (Descriptive FF)</li></ul>30<br />
  98. 98. Oracle R 12 – E- Business Essentials<br />Flex-Field (FF) contd..<br />Components of FF:<br /><ul><li>FF Structure
  99. 99. Segments
  100. 100. Values
  101. 101. Value set</li></ul>Different FF can share same value set.<br />Different segments of the same FF can use same value set.<br />31<br />
  102. 102. Oracle R 12 – E- Business Essentials<br />Flex-Field (FF) contd..<br />Value Set: It is defined to control permitted values for each segment of the key.<br />32<br />
  103. 103. Oracle R 12 – E- Business Essentials<br />Flex-Field (FF) contd..<br />Value set contd.. Types of Value set<br />Defining value set:<br /><ul><li>Use existing when possible
  104. 104. Define value set
  105. 105. Define LOV if appropriate</li></ul>33<br />
  106. 106. Oracle R 12 – E- Business Essentials<br />Flex-Field (FF) contd..<br />Key FF:<br />Features:<br /><ul><li>Builds unique entity identifiers
  107. 107. Function as intelligent keys
  108. 108. Contains meaningful information
  109. 109. Usually consists of multiple segments
  110. 110. Appears as a normal field on a form</li></ul>34<br />
  111. 111. Oracle R 12 – E- Business Essentials<br />Flex-Field (FF) contd..<br />Key FF contd..<br />Value of segments becomes code combinations that act as an intelligent keys for use by Oracle Application.<br />35<br />
  112. 112. Oracle R 12 – E- Business Essentials<br />Flex-Field (FF) contd..<br />Key FF contd…<br />Key FF qualifiers:<br />It is a label attached to a particular key FF segment so that it can be located by the application requiring its information.<br />Types of qualifiers:<br />36<br />
  113. 113. Oracle R 12 – E- Business Essentials<br />Flex-Field (FF) contd..<br />Descriptive FF:<br />Features:<br /><ul><li>Optional
  114. 114. Appears as a field enclosed within brackets
  115. 115. Collects and displays additional information</li></ul>Components:<br /><ul><li>Global segment
  116. 116. Context sensitive segment
  117. 117. Reference field – field on existing window
  118. 118. Context field – this field allows the user to manually select different context.</li></ul>37<br />
  119. 119. Oracle R 12 – E- Business Essentials<br />Flex-Field (FF) contd..<br />Misc. topics:<br />Allow dynamic insertion: we can enter new code combination<br />Cross validation rules: Prevent combinations of segment values that are illogical or that should not be allowed.<br />Value set security: specify who should use particular segment values. Define the rules and associate it with appropriate responsibility.<br />Shorthand aliases: enable user to enter data faster and more easily. It is a label for a particular combination of key FF segment values.<br />38<br />
  120. 120. Oracle R 12 – E- Business Essentials<br />Multi Org. Access Control (MOAC)<br /><ul><li>It is a server based (application / database) enhancement of Oracle Application, while keeping transaction data separate and secure.
  121. 121. User access to multiple OU is called MOAC.
  122. 122. MOAC allows companies to gain processing efficiencies because user can more easily access, process and report on data across multiple OU from a single responsibility without affecting corresponding data security or system performance.</li></ul>39<br />
  123. 123. Oracle R 12 – E- Business Essentials<br />Multi Org. Access Control (MOAC)contd..<br />Benefits of MOAC:<br /><ul><li>Support multiple business units with different ledger
  124. 124. Sell & ship from different LE
  125. 125. Procure & receive from different LE
  126. 126. Secure access to data by line of business
  127. 127. Define different organization levels
  128. 128. Produce reports across entities or within single entity</li></ul>40<br />
  129. 129. Oracle R 12 – E- Business Essentials<br />Multi Org. Access Control (MOAC)contd..<br />Tasks in MOAC without changing responsibility:<br /><ul><li>Enter payable invoice
  130. 130. View consolidates requisition
  131. 131. Perform collection
  132. 132. Process receiving and drop shipments
  133. 133. Customer data management
  134. 134. Accounting set up</li></ul>41<br />
  135. 135. Oracle R 12 – E- Business Essentials<br />Multi Org. Access Control (MOAC)contd..<br />42<br />
  136. 136. Oracle R 12 – E- Business Essentials<br />Multi Org. Access Control (MOAC)contd..<br />43<br />
  137. 137. Oracle R 12 – E- Business Essentials<br />Multi Org. Access Control (MOAC)contd..<br />44<br />
  138. 138. Oracle R 12 – E- Business Essentials<br />Multi Org. Access Control (MOAC)contd..<br />Steps for adding new OU: It can be created by HRMS or Accounting set up manager responsibility.<br />45<br />
  139. 139. Oracle R 12 – E- Business Essentials<br />Multi Org. Access Control (MOAC)contd..<br />Security Model: Responsibility is the key to MO security & reporting. It determines OU and reporting ability.<br />46<br />
  140. 140. Oracle R 12 – E- Business Essentials<br />Multi Org. Access Control (MOAC)contd..<br />Data security by Application:<br />Supplier and customer header information is stored in an un-partitioned table for all entities within an instance. Sites are stored by OU.<br />47<br />
  141. 141. Oracle R 12 – E- Business Essentials<br />Multi Org. Access Control (MOAC)contd..<br />Cross organization reporting:<br />Benefits:<br /><ul><li>Ability to report across OU for many reports
  142. 142. Simple reporting security set up
  143. 143. Financial reporting across BG
  144. 144. MO reporting application for custom reports</li></ul>48<br />
  145. 145. Oracle R 12 – E- Business Essentials<br />Multi Org. Access Control (MOAC)contd..<br />MO preferences: user level preferences<br />49<br />
  146. 146. Oracle R 12 – E- Business Essentials<br />Fundamentals of workflow and alerts<br />Features of workflow:<br /><ul><li>It delivers a complete business process definition, automation and integration solution.
  147. 147. Routing information of any type according to user defined business rules.
  148. 148. Automates and streamlines business process within and beyond enterprise.
  149. 149. Workflow process definition must be saved to the same database as the workflow engine.
  150. 150. It focuses on managing business process and not individual transaction.
  151. 151. It captures exceptions and take action.</li></ul>50<br />
  152. 152. Oracle R 12 – E- Business Essentials<br />Fundamentals of workflow and alerts<br />Work list web page:<br /><ul><li>Lists open notifications
  153. 153. View notification details
  154. 154. Respond to notification</li></ul>Notification work list:<br /><ul><li>View all open notifications
  155. 155. View all FYI notifications
  156. 156. View all TO DO notifications
  157. 157. View all notifications
  158. 158. Reassign notifications</li></ul>51<br />
  159. 159. Oracle R 12 – E- Business Essentials<br />Fundamentals of workflow and alerts<br />Business event system:<br />Workflow supports e-Business integration workflows through the Business Event System (subscription based processing).<br />Event subscription is a registration indicating that an even is significant to a system. It can be defined in Event Manager.<br />52<br />
  160. 160. Oracle R 12 – E- Business Essentials<br />Fundamentals of workflow and alerts<br />Alerts:<br /><ul><li>Alerts monitor our database information and notify us when the condition that we have specified is found.
  161. 161. To find out important or unusual activity in our database.</li></ul>An exception is a specified condition found during an alert check.<br />53<br />
  162. 162. Oracle R 12 – E- Business Essentials<br />Fundamentals of workflow and alerts<br />Action types for an Alert:<br /><ul><li>Send an e-mail message
  163. 163. Submit concurrent program request
  164. 164. Run SQL statement script
  165. 165. Run operating system script</li></ul>Action Levels:<br /><ul><li>Detail
  166. 166. Summary
  167. 167. No exception</li></ul>54<br />
  168. 168. Oracle R 12 – E- Business Essentials<br />Fundamentals of workflow and alerts<br />Difference between workflow and alert:<br />55<br />
  169. 169. Oracle R 12 – E- Business Essentials<br />Oracle Daily Business Intelligence (DBI)<br /><ul><li>It is an integrated out-of-the-box reporting and analysis application that enables senior managers and executives to see relevant, accurate and timely information using self service dashboard.
  170. 170. DBI provides planning, execution and reporting capabilities to optimize business performance.</li></ul>Fusion intelligence:<br />It is a set of new application products.<br />56<br />
  171. 171. Oracle R 12 – E- Business Essentials<br />Oracle Daily Business Intelligence (DBI)<br />Need of DBI:<br /><ul><li>Cost control
  172. 172. Changing market
  173. 173. Information availability
  174. 174. Increased accountability
  175. 175. Emphasis on corporate governance</li></ul>57<br />
  176. 176. Oracle R 12 – E- Business Essentials<br />Oracle Daily Business Intelligence (DBI)<br />DBI Report components:<br />Region:<br /><ul><li>Table
  177. 177. Graph
  178. 178. Parameter
  179. 179. KPI
  180. 180. Link</li></ul>Common Parameters:<br />Date, period type, compare to, primary dimension (one per page), currency<br />58<br />
  181. 181. Oracle R 12 – E- Business Essentials<br />Oracle Daily Business Intelligence (DBI)<br />Features of Fusion Intelligence:<br /><ul><li>Embedded dashboard
  182. 182. Guided drill down
  183. 183. Integrated security
  184. 184. Guided navigation and action links</li></ul>59<br />

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