I woke up at 5:30 this morning to a crying baby, starting another week of work a little earlier than I wanted to. In order to keep my groggy brain awake while Riley ate, I hopped on Twitter to read tweets about last night's sports and celebrity gossip. What I got instead was something that changed my entire outlook today.
1. Tax configuration Oracle Single configuration for a given regime Shared across legal entities and Oracle applications Intuitive: done by tax manager SAP Complex and redundant setup Setup input and out put tax rate codes separately (A/R, A/P) Repeat per business unit Needs “IT” mind-set 2. Automation of Business Process Oracle Flexible rules model to [...]
As you know, one of the most significant new features of Oracle E-Business Suite Release 12.2 is Online Patching, which greatly reduces the periods of downtime needed when applying patches. The two main requirements of online patching can be stated in two simple rules: An online patch must not break the running application The running [...]
Which Release Should You Target? Look for support Update and see where you are and which path is best for you. Here is Support updates as of Sep 2013 of Four Versions 11i: Extended Support stretched 25 months, through December 2015 as a “Sustaining Support Exception” [ as Indicated 1 above ] 12.0.x: Extended Support [...]
Oracle E-Business Suite Release 12.2 Documentation Library? Click here.. EBS 12.1.x Info Center (Doc 806593.1) EBS 12.2.x Info Center (Doc 1581299.1)
Configuring / Migrating HP Blade center Hardware RAID level RAIA-0 to RAID-1Step 1:- (For making rebalance fast) #hpacucli ctrl slot=0 modify rebuildpriority=high
Join May Tickner of Oracle University and Kathryn Lustenberger from UPK Product Management at Oracle for the next UPK Forum on October 15, 2013, at 11:00 AM Pacific. Our guest is Robin Riley, Training and Documentation Specialist at Ryerson University.
It's that time! Pumpkin spice lattes, crisp air, and football. This weekend we got out our Halloween decorations out and added a few. Plus we got our "mumkins" - that's mums and pumpkins. So our house is in major October-mode.
Boy do I feel sheepish. September was an all-time posting low this year at the Lowe Down. We'd better pick it up if we're going to hit our goal of averaging two posts per week. What have we been up to? It's probably better to let our pictures do the talking...
Alli had her third grade field trip to the Botanical Gardens Butterfly Days. I took the day off work to spend with her, and after the picnic I checked her out of school to hang out. We had a beautiful day and a wonderful time!