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R12.x Oracle E-Business Suite Essentials for Implementers
Overview
Oracle R12.1 E-Business Essentials for Implementers training helps you build a functional foundation for any E-Business Suite Fundamentals course. It's ideal for those who have implemented Oracle E-Business Suite Release 12 or Oracle E-Business Suite 12.1.
Prerequisites
Navigate within R12.1 Oracle E-Business Suite
  • Understand conceptually the major architectural components of R12.1 Oracle E-Business Suite
  • Describe basic concepts of R12.1 Oracle System Administration
  • Define key and descriptive Flexfields
  • Identify shared entities across R12.1 Oracle E-Business Suite
  • Describe features and benefits of Multiple Organization Access Control (MOAC)
  • Create Oracle Alerts and test a Periodic Alert
  • Learn the key features and benefits of R12.1 Oracle Workflow
  • Understand basic features of Oracle Business Intelligence (OBI) Applications
  • Objectives
    Outlines

    R12.1 Oracle E-Business Essentials for Implementers: Overview

    • Objectives
    • Course purpose
    • More help about documentation and other resources
    • OU courses
    • Summary

    Navigating in R12.1 Oracle Applications

    • Logging into and logging off from Oracle Applications
    • Accessing Responsibilities
    • Using forms & menus
    • Data Flow Across Oracle Applications
    • Entering data using forms
    • Retrieving, Editing and Deleting records
    • Accessing Online Help
    • Running reports and programs

    Introduction to R12.1 Oracle Applications

    • Introduction to R12.1 Footprint
    • Benefits of R12.1 Footprint
    • R12.1 E-Business Suite Architecture
    • Basic Technical Architecture
    • Overview of Oracle file system and directories
    • Brief Overview/Introduction about Oracle E-Business Suite Integrated SOA Gateway

    Fundamentals of System Administration

    • Application Security Overview
    • Function Security
    • Data Security
    • Profile Options
    • Standard request submission (SRS)

    Fundamentals of Flexfields

    • Basics of Flexfields
    • Define Value sets
    • Define Key Flexfields
    • Define Descriptive Flexfields
    • Planning Decisions
    • Flexfield Enhancements

    Shared Entities and Integration

    • Shared entities and non-key shared entities
    • Overview of E-Business Suite business flows and integration

    Fundamentals of Multiple-Organization and Multiple-Organization Access Control (MOAC)

    • Introduction to Multiple-Organization and Multiple- Organization Access control (MOAC)
    • Types of organizations supported in the Multi-Org model
    • Multiple-Organization Access Control Setup and Process
    • Reporting across entities
    • Key Implementation considerations

    Fundamentals of Oracle Workflow & Alerts

    • Overview of Workflow
    • Oracle Workflow Home Pages
    • Worklist WebPages
    • Workflow Monitor WebPages
    • Overview of Alerts
    • Difference between Workflow & Alerts

    Oracle Business Intelligence (OBI) Applications: Overview

    • Oracle BI Applications: Overview
    • Oracle BI Applications: Multisource Analytics
    • Application Integration: Security
    • Application Integration: Action Links
    • Guided Navigation
    • Deployment Options
     
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    R12.x Oracle General Ledger Management Fundamentals
    Overview
    This course will help you maximize accounting process efficiency across the enterprise, while still achieving a high level of information and setup security. It will teach you how Oracle General Ledger integrates with the eBusiness Suite of applications.
    Prerequisites
    • Describe the implementation considerations
    • Understand how Oracle General Ledger integrates with the eBusiness Suite of applications
    • Identify the steps required to complete the accounting cycle
    Objectives
    Outlines

    Oracle General Ledger Process

    • Understanding the General Ledger Functions and Features
    • Analyzing the General Ledger Accounting Cycle
    • Reviewing General Ledger Integration Points
    • Generating Standard Reports and Listings

    Ledger

    • Describing the Elements Required to Define Ledgers
    • Identifying Attributes, Options and Settings to Define the Accounting Flexfield
    • Defining an Accounting Calendar

    Using Accounting Setup Manager

    • Creating Accounting Setups
    • Creating Accounting Setup Structures
    • Completing Accounting Options
    • Analyzing Reporting Currencies

    Basic Journal Entries

    • Describing how Journal Entries are Positioned in the Accounting Cycle
    • Identifying Attributes, Options and Settings to Define the Accounting Flexfield
    • Defining an Accounting Calendar
    • Creating Manual Journal Entries
    • Posting Journal Entries
    • Performing Accounting Inquiries
    • Performing Drilldowns to Oracle Sub-ledger applications
    • Creating Reversing Entries

    Summary Accounts

    • Understanding how Summary Accounts are used in General Ledger
    • Defining Rollup Groups for Creating Summary Accounts
    • Assigning Parent Values to Rollup Groups
    • Entering Summary Account Templates
    • Discussing Implementation Considerations

    Advanced Journal Entries

    • Understanding Advanced Journal Entries Functions
    • Understanding the Business Benefits of Advanced Journal Entries
    • Understanding Recurring Journals
    • Understanding Mass Allocation Journals
    • Understanding Auto-Allocations
    • Understanding Journal Scheduling
    • Understanding Journal Approval

    Advanced Security

    • Describing Data Access Security for Legal Entities and Ledgers
    • Understanding Management Reporting and Security

    Financial Budgeting

    • Understanding Anatomy of a Budget
    • Completing the Budget Accounting Cycle
    • Discussing Budget Entry Methods
    • Uploading Budget Amounts
    • Transferring Budget Amounts
    • Freezing and Unfreezing Budget Amounts

    Multi-Currency

    • Defining Foreign Currencies
    • Entering Foreign Currency Journals
    • Revaluing Foreign Currency Balances
    • Translating Balances Into Foreign Currency

    Consolidations

    • Identifying Consolidations Across the General Ledger Business Process
    • Understanding Key Implementation Issues Across Consolidations
    • Understanding the Global Consolidation System
    • Defining the Elements of the Consolidation Workbench

    Period Close

    • Understanding the Accounting Cycle
    • Understanding Steps in the Close Process
    • Performing Journal Import of Sub-ledger Balances
    • Generating Revaluation
    • Understanding the Closing Period
    • Consolidating Account Balances

    Financial Reporting

    • Identifying Financial Reporting Across the General Ledger Business Process
    • Understanding Basic Report Building Concepts
    • Understanding the Financial Statement Generator
    • Generating Financial Reports using the Standard Request Submission Form

    Oracle Advanced Global Intercompany System

    • Setting Up Intercompany and Intracompany Balancing
    • Setting Up Advanced Global Intercompany System
    • Setting up Intercompany Security
    • Setting up Approvals Management
     
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    R12.x Oracle Order Management Fundamentals
    Overview
    In this course, students learn about the basic order capture and order fulfillment flows that Oracle Order Management facilitates, and also learn how to perform setup steps, including transaction type, document sequence, order import, and hold setup, that enable these flows. Students learn how to perform the Oracle Inventory setup steps that support Oracle Order Management, including how to create subinventories, units of measure, and items. Students also learn how to perform required Oracle Receivables setup steps, including how to create customers, payment terms, and territories, and how to define credit checking. The course includes information about how to enable multiple organization access control (MOAC) specifically for Oracle Order Management. In addition, the course includes details about how to setup up basic Pricing and Shipping Execution functionality, and also provides details about price lists, modifiers, qualifiers, and shipping-related activities. The course includes practices that train students how to setup the functionality described in the class.
    Prerequisites
    • Define item orderability rules
    • Explain shipping flows within the order-to-cash lifecycle
    • Set up and use shipping entities to perform shipping-related activities
    • Set up multiple organization access control for Oracle Order Management
    • Define subinventories, units of measure, and items
    • Create available-to-promise rules
    • Define customers, invoice information, and credit checking
    • Explain tax-related setup steps
    • Set up profile options and system parameters
    • Set up processing constraints, defaulting rules, and transaction types
    • Use scheduling and workflow
    • Create and use price lists, modifiers, qualifiers, and price books
    • Define holds
    • Purge orders
    • Manage exceptions
    • Execute the order-to-cash lifecycle with different order types
    Objectives
    Outlines

    Overview of Oracle Order Management

    • Overview of Oracle Order Management
    • What is Oracle Order Management?
    • Order Capture and Order Fulfillment
    • Oracle Order Management Capabilities
    • Order to Cash Lifecycle
    • Integration with Other Products

    Multiple Organization Access Control Setup

    • Organization Structure in Oracle Applications
    • Multi-Org Access Control (MOAC)
    • Using MOAC in Oracle Order Management
    • Setting Up MOAC

    Oracle Inventory Setup for Oracle Order Management

    • Receipt to Issue Lifecycle
    • Inventory Organizations
    • Setting Up Locations
    • Inter-organization Shipping Networks
    • Unit of Measure Conversions
    • Order Management Item Attributes
    • Item Relationships

    Oracle Receivables Setup for Oracle Order Management

    • Overview of Trading Community Architecture
    • Key Customer Related Concepts in TCA
    • Adding Customers in Order Management
    • Defining Payment Terms
    • Defining Territories in Receivables
    • Defining Invoice Sources (Batch Source) – Automatic Transaction Numbering

    Oracle Order Management Setup Steps

    • Overview of Quick Code or Lookup Types
    • Overview of Transaction Types Window
    • Workflow in Transaction Types
    • Setting up Processing Constraints
    • Defining Defaulting and Item Orderability Rules
    • Setting up Versioning and Audit History
    • Auto-Schedule and Delay Schedule Profile Options
    • Defining Credit Usage Rule Sets

    Holds, Order Purge, and Exception Management Setup

    • Seeded Holds
    • Generic Holds
    • Specifying Holds Framework
    • Order and Quote Purge
    • Purge Sets

    Basic Pricing Setup

    • Overview of Pricing in the Order to Cash Process
    • Creating a Price List
    • Secondary Price List
    • Copy Price List
    • Price List Maintenance: Overview
    • Add Items to Price List
    • Implementation Steps: Setting Key Profile Options

    Overview of Shipping Execution

    • Shipping Execution Flow
    • Delivery and Delivery Lines
    • Trips and Stops
    • Delivery Leg
    • Ship Confirm

    Shipping Execution Setup

    • Granting Roles To Users
    • Freight Carriers
    • Transit Times
    • Delivery Compliance Screening
    • Running Pick Release
    • Pick Slip Grouping Rule
    • Auto Create Deliveries
    • Release Sales Orders for Picking Window

    Order Entities and Order Flows

    • Order to Cash Lifecycle with Standard Items
    • Order to Cash Lifecycle with PTO Models and PTO Kits
    • Drop Shipments
    • Drop Shipments Across Ledgers
    • Back-to-Back Orders
    • Managing IR-ISO Changes
    • Sales Agreements
    • Negotiation Agreement
     
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    R12.x Oracle Inventory Management Fundamentals
    Overview
    This course will be applicable for customers who have implemented Oracle E-Business Suite Release 12 or Oracle E-Business Suite 12.1. You'll focus on the features, functions and benefits of Oracle Inventory.
    Prerequisites
    • Understand how to define material statuses
    • Understand how to define and maintain a cycle count
    • Create an ABC ranking of items to be used in cycle counting
    • Understand the overall inventory process in Oracle Inventory
    • Understand how to view on-hand quantities
    • Understand the structure of an inventory organization in Oracle Inventory
    • Understand how to perform inventory transactions using a mobile device
    • Understand the planning and replenishment methods available in Oracle Inventory including min-max planning, reorder-point planning, replenishment counting, and Kanban replenishment
    • Understand the role of an item-master organization
    • Define items in Oracle Inventory
    • Understand the concept of move orders
    • Learn to implement locator, revision, serial, and lot control for items
    • Perform inventory transactions such as subinventory transfer and interorganization transfer
    • Set up shipping networks between inventory organizations and understand the significance of direct shipment and in transit shipment
    • Understand how to create units of measure
    • Understand how to create reservations
    Objectives
    Outlines

    Overview of Oracle Inventory

    • Receiving Inventory
    • Transferring Inventory
    • On-hand and Availability
    • Issuing Inventory
    • Inventory Accuracy
    • Discussing Inventory Application Integration

    Defining Inventory Organizations

    • Overview of Inventory Structure
    • Setting up the Inventory Organization Structure
    • Defining Organization Parameters
    • Defining Subinventories and Locators

    Units of Measure

    • Defining Units of Measure

    Defining and Maintaining Items

    • Defining Items Process
    • Using Item Templates
    • Assigning Items to Organizations
    • Categories, Category Sets, and Catalogs
    • Deleting Items

    Lot and Serial Control

    • Setting up Lot Control
    • Maintaining Serial Information
    • Maintaining Lot and Serial Genealogy

    Transaction Setup

    • Defining Transaction Types
    • Defining Picking Rules
    • Defining Account Aliases
    • Opening and Closing Accounting Periods
    • Setting up Move Orders
    • Material Shortage Alerts and Notifications

    Issuing and Transferring Material

    • Managing Receipts
    • Performing Transactions
    • Performing Move Orders
    • Performing Mobile Transactions
    • Managing Shipments

    On-hand and Availability

    • Using the Material Workbench
    • Creating Available to Promise Rules
    • Managing Reservations

    Material Status Control

    • Material Status Setup

    Inventory Replenishment

    • Defining Replenishment
    • Inventory Forecasting Methods
    • Replenishment Counting
    • Kanban

    Inventory Accuracy Fundamentals

    • Defining Counting
    • ABC Analysis
    • Cycle Counting
    • Physical Inventory

    Table Information

    • Accessing the Electronic Technical Reference Manual (eTRM)
     
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    R12.x Oracle Purchasing Fundamentals
    Overview
    In this course, participants learn how to set up and use R12.x Oracle Purchasing to manage the purchasing process. They learn how to create and manage items, suppliers, requisitions, purchase orders, request for quotations, quotations, and receipts. They also learn how to apply document security, routing and approval methods, as well as how to automate the order creation process.
    Prerequisites
    • Create purchase requisitions
    • Create standard, blanket and contract purchase documents
    • Understand how to use the Auto-Create window, Create Releases program and the PO
    • Create Documents Workflow process to automate document creation
    • Create Standard, Express, Cascade receipts, Substitute receipts, Returns and Corrections
    • Set up Pay on Receipt
    • Define document approval and routing process
    • Define document security and access levels
    • Understand the Period Close process for Purchasing
    • Understand Purchasing administration
    • Describe how the Purchasing process fits into the Procure to Pay lifecycle
    • Define and maintain suppliers
    • Use the Professional Buyer's Work-center
    • Create request for quotations
    • Set up and use an approved supplier list and sourcing rules
    Objectives
    Outlines

    Procure To Pay Lifecycle Overview

    • Understanding Procure to Pay Lifecycle
    • Understanding Oracle Procure to Pay Process

    Oracle Purchasing Overview

    • Understanding Purchasing Process
    • Requisition to Purchase Order
    • Overview of the Ordering Process
    • The Receiving Process
    • Purchasing Integration

    Enterprise Structure – Locations, Organizations, and Items

    • Understanding the Enterprise Structure
    • Defining Locations
    • Defining Inventory Organizations
    • Establishing Inventory Parameters
    • Creating Units of Measure
    • Creating a Purchasing Category
    • Item Attributes Defining and Maintaining Items
    • Describing and Using Category Sets

    Suppliers

    • Overview of Suppliers
    • Entering Supplier Information
    • Defining Supplier Site Information
    • Managing Suppliers
    • Running Supplier Reports
    • Understanding Financial Options
    • Defining Supplier Profile Options

    RFQs and Quotations

    • Request for Quotation Lifecycle
    • Creating and Maintaining Requests for Quotation
    • Creating a Supplier List
    • Understanding Quotations Lifecycle
    • Creating and Maintaining Quotations
    • Sending Notifications
    • Defining RFQ and Quotations Profile Options

    Approved Supplier Lists and Sourcing Rules

    • Creating Approved Supplier Lists
    • Understanding Supplier Statuses
    • Understanding Supplier-Commodity/Item Attributes
    • Understanding ASL Precedence
    • Defining Sourcing Profile Options for Approvals

    Requisitions

    • Understanding the Requisition Lifecycle
    • Notifications
    • Requisition Structure
    • Creating and Maintaining Requisitions
    • Supplier Item Catalog
    • Creating Requisition Templates
    • Running Requisition Reports
    • Defining Requisition Profile Options

    Purchase Orders

    • Understanding Purchase Order Types
    • Purchase Order Components and Record Structure
    • Creating Standard Purchase Orders
    • Creating Contract Purchase Agreements
    • Revising Purchase Orders
    • Maintaining Purchase Orders
    • Identifying Key Reports
    • Creating Global Agreements

    Automatic Document Creation

    • Understanding AutoCreate
    • Creating Purchase Documents from Requisitions
    • Modifying Requisition Lines
    • Running the Create Releases Program
    • Understanding the PO Create Documents workflow

    Receiving

    • Receiving Locations
    • Receipt Routing
    • Receipt Processing Methods
    • Receiving Tolerances
    • Entering Returns and Corrections
    • Overview of Pay on Receipt
    • Running Reports
    • Defining Profile Options

    Professional Buyer’s Work Center

    • Learning Business Benefits of the Buyer’s Work Center
    • Understanding Requisitions in the Buyer’s Work Center
    • Creating a Purchase Order in the Buyer's Work Center
    • Purchase Agreements in the Buyer’s Work Center
    • Creating a Personalized Requisition View
    • Understanding Implementation Considerations
    • Using Document Styles
    • Creating a Purchase Agreement in the Buyer's Work Center

    Document Security, Routing and Approval

    • Document Security and Access Levels
    • Document Approval - Jobs and Positions
    • Creating Position Approval Hierarchies
    • Defining Document Security Levels
    • Creating Approval Groups
    • Defining Document Access Levels
    • Using Oracle Workflow for Requisitions and Purchase Order Approvals
    • Running the Fill Employee Hierarchy Process

    Purchasing Accounting

    • Overview of Purchasing Accounting
    • Closing the PO Period
    • Using foreign currency
    • Purchasing Accounting Implementation Considerations
    • Setup options
    • Accrual Reconciliation Process

    Setup Steps

    • Setting Up Document Sequences
    • Setting Up Key Profile Options
    • Setting Up Descriptive Flexfields
    • Defining Purchase Order Matching and Tax Tolerances
    • Defining Approval Groups and Assignments
    • Defining Purchasing Options
    • Setting Up Sourcing Rules and Assignments
    • Performing Additional System Administration

    Purchasing Administration

    • Maintaining Oracle Purchasing Database Records
    • Using Mass Update on Purchasing Documents
    • Using Purchasing MassCancel
    • Using Mass Close of Purchasing Documents
    • Understanding Purge
    • Running the Purchasing Concurrent Processes

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