The Release Content Documents provide detailed information about new or changed functionalities available with the mentioned Applications release. For 12.2.4 such documentation is already available.
New or changed functionalities include:
Webcast: VCP: Service Parts Planning Feature Enhancements in 12.2.4
Date: October 9, 2014 at 11:00 am ET, 10:00 am CT, 9:00 am MT, 8:00 am PT, 8:30 pm, India Time (Mumbai, GMT+05:30)
This 1 hour, 15 minute advisor webcast is recommended for functional and technical users who would like to understand the enhancements in Oracle Service Parts Planning Release 12.2.4.
Webcast: Fusion Engine Rules!
Date: October 14, 2014 11:00 am , 10:00 am CT, 9:00 am MT, 8:00 am PT, 8:30 pm, India Time (Mumbai, GMT+05:30)
Web Applications Desktop Integration (WebAdi) is a powerful tool leveraging desktop applications to perform some of the Oracle EBS Tasks. Familiar desktop tools such as Excel can be used to create spreadsheets, enter or change existing data, then upload or propagate the changes to EBS.
For General Ledger, WebAdi can help through usage of specific integrators to:
There was a time when I asserted that User Experience would be a differentiator for Oracle in selling Fusion Applications. Lots has changed since then, so I think it’s time to change my own thinking. What’s changed?
It’s so easy to lose track of time at Oracle OpenWorld. I think I’m writing this on Tuesday, but can’t say for sure…
Since E-Business Suite 12.1 was released, very important fixes were delivered by Development to improve your experience with General Ledger or introduce solutions for reported issues that might affect critical business processes.
Many patches are available. How to select those being relevant for your business?
RPC's (Recommended Patch Collections) make this choice easy!
On July 2014 was published The Second Resolution of Modifications to the Mexican Fiscal Code establishing, among other regulations, that taxpayers required to keep accounting books and records must use electronic systems and accounting programs that would be able to generate the files in XML format.
The mentioned provisions refer to:
So I was in a session here at OOW14 on “User Group Sunday” when one of the attendees asked what I consider to be the best question I’ve heard in a long, long time.
If the Oracle Cloud is so wonderful, why haven’t all of Oracle customers moved to it already?