After the introduction of the Recommended Patch Collections (RPCs) in late 2012, Fixed Assets development has released an RPC about every six months. You may recall that an RPC is a collection of recommended patches consolidated into a single, downloadable patch, ready to be applied. The RPCs are created with the following goals in mind:
Procurement and E-Business Suite Product Analyzers (Doc ID 1545562.1).
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The OPM Actual Costing Analyzer is a script which you can use proactively at any time to review Setups and pieces of data which are known to affect either the performance or the accuracy of either the OPM Actual Cost process, or Lot Costing.Each topic reviewed by this report has been specifically selected because it points to the solution used to resolve at least two Service Requests during a recent 3-month period.
Oracle Asset Tracking Development strives to improve customer satisfaction with our Oracle Asset Tracking product. In this context, they are very interested in getting your feedback about the Oracle Asset Tracking module. Recently, we have seen more and more customers using OAT and we would like to know for example:
of this diagnostic (OPMDCOGSDiag.sql) is to identify the sales orders
which constitute the Deferred COGS account balance.This will
help to get the detailed transaction information for Sales Order/s
Order Management, Account Receivables, Inventory and OPM financials sub
ledger at the Organization level. This script is applicable for
various scenarios of Standard Sales Order, Return Orders (RMA) coupled
with all the applicable OPM costing methods like Standard, Actual and
New whitepaper!! The objectives of this white paper are to provide an overview of how to resolve pending or errored transaction issues in Enterprise Asset Management.
Email Center forms part of Oracle's Interaction Center family of products. It is a complete solution for managing email interactions with customers, partners, suppliers, employees, and other entities that interact with an organization. It classifies incoming e-mails and routes them to qualified agents and automatically suggests one or more responses.
I've been in the software business a long time now...I can remember from first-hand experience how things were done 15 and 20 years ago. It seems like one of the biggest changes from then to now comes in our approach to "Fit Gap".
Fit Gap sessions are part of most packaged application implementations approaches. The idea is to compare user requirements with software functionality in order to see how well the software "fits" with those requirements and where the software fails to meet those requirements (each of the latter is a "gap").
Well wait no longer! Check out this wealth of information just released for CLM: