Oracle e-Business Suite/Fusion Applications and SAP both hot pluggable … ?

Bert Admiraal

For a long time Oracle e-Business Suite was 100% Oracle.  Running Oracle e-Business Suite meant Oracle for the application, the middle tier and the database.     In future releases this might be a little bit different. The hot-pluggable options of the Fusion-strategy enable customers to be more flexible in defining the configuration they desire.   […]

Seeded XML Publisher Templates for Financial Reports in Oracle e-Business Suite version and Release 12

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According to Oracle Release 12 offers flexible, XML-based solutions for 70% of all reports in the Financial modules. Who cares, when it’s the alltime hottest sunday afternoon in the Netherlands (29 degrees in April) ? I admit.I “care” … , but only after enjoying the beautiful weather first. Does Oracle […]

Oracle Incentive Compensation (OIC)

Last year I’ve been working on the Oracle Incentive Compensation (OIC) module (version 11.5.10), the successor of Oracle Sales Compensation. For those who haven’t heard of the module before, OIC is an Oracle e-Business Suite module by which you can calculate and pay commissions for salespersons based on incoming transactions. […]

"Form Personalization" in Oracle e-Business Suite Release 12 still doesn't offer a workaround for suboptimal LOV-Queries

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In Oracle E-Business Suite release some list of values (LOV) are not implemented considering the full functionality of the e-Business Suite. The " Project LOV’s" in Payables Invoices (f.e.) always shows all project tasks and expenditure types. Tasks and/or expenditure types, excluded for charges, are shown also. "Charge Allowed […]

Demo application advanced Forms features (ODTUG 2006 version)

Demo application advanced Forms features (ODTUG 2006 version) Last June,  I held a presentation at the ODTUG conference in Washington DC “Oracle Forms: Productivity with new choices”. During this presentation I showed a demo application, which is an improved version of the one I previously published on this blog This […]