Webcast: Using Commitments, Deposits & Guarantees In Oracle Receivables
Date: July 31, 2014 at 11:00 am ET, 9:00 am MT, 4:00 pm GMT, 8:30 pm IST
Have you been struggling with prepayment application issues?
Well it's no wonder, as there are many areas of the application where prepayments can cause problems and it's not always easy to find the correct solution for your issue. To help you we have created a consolidated list of Prepayment issues that will help you locate the right solution faster:
Are you new to Product Information Management (PIM)? Could it be that you're an experienced PIM User, but would like to refresh or expand some of your PIM knowledge? Perhaps you just have questions on PIM functionality. Have no fear, look no further!
Oracle Landed Cost Management (LCM) enables organizations to gain insight into the real costs associated with acquiring products. Landed cost is the cost to "land" a product on the buyer's final location. These costs are initially estimated and then updated with actual amounts, as they become known, allocating them to shipments, orders, and products. Landed costs may include costs like freight, storage, taxes, and handling.
As part of our continuous effort to
improve the customer experience, Oracle Support has developed new functionality which will
be appearing next week in the Service Request (SR) logging process via
Visit the newly released White Paper on 'Oracle Online Accruals In Purchasing' Doc ID 1666593.1. The document provides a broad overview of the Online Accrual and Online Accrual accounting process in Release 12. It also provides explanations of common terms and concepts to include
accrual, accrual accounting, types of purchase accruals in Oracle
Applications and the modules involved.
As part of our continuous effort to improve customer
experience, Oracle Support has developed new functionality which will
be appearing SOON in the Service Request logging process via MyOracleSupport.
We understand it’s not always possible to do an exhaustive
search of the knowledge base when you encounter a problem. Additionally you may
be logging Service Requests on behalf of someone else in your organization and
may not be completely familiar with the problem being experienced.
Oracle Asset Tracking (OAT) includes a number of client extention hooks that can be used to change the default logic of OAT. These client extention hooks can offer great flexibility for customers to implement their own logic to derive the attributes for a fixed asset during the asset creation/move processes in the OAT module.Empty stubs are shipped with OAT via package CSE_ASSET_CLIENT_EXT_STUB (CSEFASTB.pls). Custom code needs to be added in a number of of stubs in order to override the default functionality.
Changes are afoot for the My Oracle Support Communities! We are listening and using your input to continue enhancing your experience with My Oracle Support Community. We’ve refined the look and feel of the Community, created intuitive navigation, provided powerful search functionality, and more. A new video series is coming, but we can’t wait to share key new features with you so we've scheduled a webcast for July 14, 2014. Sorry for the short notice, but we couldn't wait! Don't worry if you can't join, more information will be made available shortly.