Maximize the Capabilities of Oracle Self-Service Applications Get complete coverage of Oracle E-Business Suite's self-service modules, including Oracle iProcurement, Oracle Internet Expenses, Oracle iSupplier Portal, and Oracle iReceivables, inside this Oracle Press guide. Oracle Self-Service Applications discusses the features of each module and how they benefit organizational workflow, and reviews common implementation considerations that apply to all the applications. The book also provides detailed configuration instructions explaining each screen and field. Learn how to set up and use: Oracle iProcurement for automating both the requesting and approval of requisitions Oracle Internet Expenses for streamlining the entry, approval, and auditing of expense reports, including credit card processing Oracle iSupplier Portal to allow secure supplier collaboration Oracle iReceivables to enable customers and employees to review account information online The order management portal for granting inquiry-only viewing and tracking of orders and delivery status Oracle Bill Presentment Architecture for customizing invoices Oracle Approvals Management to accommodate complex rules for approving transactions Oracle Application Framework to customize both the options and usability of the self-service applications
Maximize the Capabilities of Oracle Self-Service Applications Get complete coverage of Oracle E-Business Suite's self-service modules, including Oracle iProcurement, Oracle Internet Expenses, Oracle iSupplier Portal, and Oracle iReceivables, inside this Oracle Press guide. Oracle Self-Service Applications discusses the features of each module and how they benefit organizational workflow, and reviews common implementation considerations that apply to all the applications. The book also provides detailed configuration instructions explaining each screen and field. Learn how to set up and use: Oracle iProcurement for automating both the requesting and approval of requisitions Oracle Internet Expenses for streamlining the entry, approval, and auditing of expense reports, including credit card processing Oracle iSupplier Portal to allow secure supplier collaboration Oracle iReceivables to enable customers and employees to review account information online The order management portal for granting inquiry-only viewing and tracking of orders and delivery status Oracle Bill Presentment Architecture for customizing invoices Oracle Approvals Management to accommodate complex rules for approving transactions Oracle Application Framework to customize both the options and usability of the self-service applications.
This book covers all the pertinent aspects of administrating Oracle Applications-from installation to day-to-day maintenance. It covers upgrading, cloning, patching, maintenance and troubleshooting of the application system. Embellished with over 350 screenshots and illustrations, it helps in administrating complex Oracle Database in an easy-to-navigate format.
Officially endorsed by Oracle Corporation, this detailed resource from Oracle Press explains how to maximize the centralized planning, accounting, treasury, purchasing, and management features of Oracle Financials--and revolutionize your company's finance infrastructure.
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
This resource gives an overview of the Oracle database and covers the five basic tools for Oracle web application development: PL/SQL and PL/SQL server pages, Oracle portal, Oracle designer, form and reports, Java servlets and Java server pages. The techniques and tools are detailed with comparisons and descriptions and hands-on exercises are interspersed throughout the book.
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Use this comprehensive guide to develop flexible; cross-platform Web applications; create and test applications quickly; interface with the Oracle database seamlessly; and deploy your applications to the Web securely. --
Manage & Optimize for World-Class Effectiveness, Efficiency, and Success
Author: Richard Bingham
Publisher: McGraw Hill Professional
Master Oracle E-Business Suite 12 Performance Tuning and Optimization Deliver on the promise of lower TCO and achieve operational excellence by implementing a comprehensive enterprise application management process. Oracle E-Business Suite 12 Tuning Tips & Techniques offers detailed coverage of the versatile tools, features, and services available for managing application reliability, availability, performance, optimization, and governance. Best practices for maintaining overall application health and supporting evolving priorities, technologies, and systems are also included in this Oracle Press guide. Get a comprehensive technical and functional overview of Oracle E-Business Suite 12 Plan, develop, and implement a management lifecycle strategy Execute an effective reliability management solution Monitor and maintain availability Improve application speed and performance Optimize Oracle E-Business Suite for short-term flexibility and long-term strategic goals Implement strong application governance processes Measure the success and performance of your management plan Maintain an agile, future-ready Oracle E-Business Suite platform
From the official publishers of Oracle Press books, here is an essential handbook for DBAs working with Oracle Portal. The book explains how to build and deploy portal-driven Web sites using Oracle Portal and demonstrates methods for rapidly creating forms, reports, and graphics applications. Written by a member of the Oracle Portal Customer Advisory Board (CAB), this Oracle-authorized resource includes Oracle Portal 3.0 on CD-ROM.
Publisher's Note: Products purchased from Third Party sellers are not guaranteed by the publisher for quality, authenticity, or access to any online entitlements included with the product. From the official Oracle Press comes a comprehensive guide to tuning SQL statements for optimal execution This expert resource explains how to view the internal execution plan of any SQL statement and change it to improve the performance of the statement. You'll get details on Oracle's optimizer modes, SQL extensions, the STATSPACK utility, and a wealth of methods for tuning Oracle SQL statements.
From the only official publisher of Oracle Press books comes this unique resource--Oracle XML Handbook. This one-of-a-kind reference explains the XML standard, how to create XML documents, and how XML will transform legacy systems integration involving e-commerce initiatives. As more corporations migrate to an eBusiness model using Oracle8i--THE database for Internet computing--it's crucial for all of you Web developers to learn to use XML in the Oracle environment. This is your book.
Technology Forecast: 20032005 is the latest in a series that the PricewaterhouseCoopers Global Technology Centre has published annually for more than a dozen years. This years book provides in-depth coverage of enterprise applications and enabling software and forecasts significant developments in those areas over the next three years. It also contains information of particular interest to senior executives, including CFO Perspectives for each of the chapters and a chapter on business reporting and XBRL.As the pace of business quickens, companies must eliminate information lag and make more timely decisions. Business intelligence technologiesbusiness activity monitoring, event notification, and digital dashboardsprovide executives with real-time information about the status of key business processes, including their relations with customers and suppliers. New business integration technologies, including increased use of XML-based Web services, are making end-to-end automation of business processes easier to accomplish. Meanwhile, the incorporation of analytic capabilities into virtually all enterprise applications, as well as advances in knowledge management and collaborative technologies, increase the speed and effectiveness of decision-making.Technology Forecast: 20032005 discusses these and other changes under way in enterprise IT. It is divided into three sections, each highlighting a different area of enterprise software, that together comprise ten chapters providing detailed coverage of specific technologies and applications:Enterprise Applications contains chapters on enterprise suites, including enterprise suite architectures, supply chain event and performance management, and enterprise resource planning; customer-facing applications; and business intelligence and enterprise analytics, including real-time business intelligence and business activity monitoring.Information Management comprises chapters on enterprise content management; knowledge management and e-learning; and collaborative technologies.Enabling Software includes chapters on XML and Web services; component frameworks, including J2EE and Microsoft .Net; application and portal servers; and business integration technologies, including business process modeling, monitoring, and management.In addition, the book features interviews with three leading figures in IT: Vivek RanadivéFounder, chairman and CEO of TIBCO Software. A recognized industry leader, Ranadivé was selected by InfoWorld as one of the top ten technology innovators in 2002. He was also recognized by Ernst & Young as a 2002 software entrepreneur of the year. His book The Power of Now: How Winning Companies Sense and Respond to Change Using Real-Time Technology (McGraw-Hill, 1999) has been widely used as a business school textbook.Tony ScottCTO for General Motors Information Systems and Services organization, where he is responsible for defining the enterprise architecture and standards across all of GMs global business. His work at GM has included the development of its employee portal and wireless strategy, and he directs the companys involvement in IT standards bodies and technology consortium organizations.Ronald WeissmanA venture partner with Apax Partners, a leading international private equity and venture capital firm with offices throughout Europe, the United States, Israel, and Japan. Apax manages more than $12 billion on behalf of major institutional investors in the United States and abroad. His focus is on U.S. and international opportunities in enterprise and infrastructure software and on Apax portfolio company development.
Prepare to pass All Five exams required for OCP DBA Certification. The only OCP DBA exam guide officially authorized by Oracle Corporation, this book/CD-ROM package offers comprehensive coverage of all five required exams: 1Z0-001: SQL and PL/SQL 1Z0-023: Database Administration 1Z0-025: Backup/Recovery 1Z0-024: Tuning1Z0-026: Net8 Administration
This text provides readers with a comprehensive collection of SQL and PL/SQL scripts. It is organized into chapters by function and each script is fully documented with sample results shown. Readers can understand how the script works, learn to customize the script with confidence, and act properly on the script's results. Features include: scripts specifically for Oracle9i; a CD-ROM including major scripts from book; CD-icon with script name next to scripts that appear on the CD to allow for a quick search; a list of scripts and a brief description at the beginning of each chapter; and Programmer's Notes and Annotations that provide expert explanations on the scripts and how they can be customized.