Training on Oracle Applications is not limited to OAUG conferences and events. OAUG eLearning brings educational opportunities right to your desk. Regardless of their geographic location, OAUG members can sign into a WebEx session and learn from live presenters.
Users of the entire family of Oracle Applications will want to take advantage of this valuable training resource. Whether you are just beginning to explore the capabilities of Oracle products or are a seasoned user looking to expand your skill set, you can find topics relevant to your needs and interests.
Convenient, relevant and free for OAUG members, OAUG eLearning brings exceptional educational content to your desktop or mobile device. Registration is required and is only available with a member login.
Check back for new OAUG eLearning sessions after COLLABORATE 14.
People are still adjusting to the changes introduced by subledger accounting (SLA) in Release 12 (R12). The common SLA engine can capture the details needed for most reporting needs. However, just like in 11i, the subledger applications in R12 still have transaction details that are hard to access. This presentation covers how using any reporting tool you can securely "follow the data" from the GL all the way through SLA to the source transactions such as accruals, invoices, material, and receiving transactions.
Port of Los Angles (POLA), one of the biggest ports in America, ran its planning process with an antiquated application and Excel-based system causing slower cycle
time for changes and updates. Learn how POLA leverages the power of Oracle Hyperion Planning for a truly Integrated solution for enhanced information collaboration and analysis to drive growth and improve margins. This includes the use of authorized versus actual position budgeting, line item budgeting, budgeting for long-term purchasing contracts and managing custom appropriations/annotation. These functions are supported by innovative tools including tab-based composite forms, flow charts based business rules, approval workflows and much, much more.
This session provides a comprehensive overview of Oracle's product strategy for procurement, the capabilities and associated business benefits of recent releases, and a review of capabilities on the product roadmap. This is the cornerstone session for Oracle E-Business Suite customers interested in improving their procurement and finance functions.
Oracle E-Business Suite 12.1 offers many functionalities to support your global operations via role-based access, centralized banking, payments, accounting setup, and automated inter- and intracompany accounting, to name a few. Attend this session to learn how to avoid common mistakes during the implementation and how to streamline and standardize your business processes to be more efficient and lower your costs. If you are planning a new global implementation of Release 12.1 of Oracle E-Business Suite or if you are planning to add new companies to your existing single instance, this session will show you the fundamentals of a successful and on-time global implementation that meets your company's business needs.
This Oracle development session features a survey of the best techniques sysadmins can use to minimize patching downtimes. It starts with an architectural-level review of Oracle E-Business Suite fundamentals and then moves to a practical view of the various tools and approaches for downtimes. Topics include patching shortcuts, merging patches, distributing worker processes across multiple servers, running ADPatch in noninteractive mode, staged APPL_TOPs, shared file systems, deferring systemwide database tasks, avoiding resource bottlenecks, and more. An added bonus: hear about the upcoming Oracle E-Business Suite 12 online patching capabilities based on the groundbreaking Oracle Database 11g Release 2 Edition-Based Redefinition feature.
One of the main objectives of this session is to help organizations build their IT roadmap for the next five years and be aligned with the Oracle Applications strategy in general and the Oracle Fusion Applications strategy in particular. Come hear about some of the common sense, practical steps you can take to optimize the performance of your Oracle Applications today and prepare your path to Oracle Fusion Applications for when your organization is ready to embrace them. Each step you take in adopting Oracle Fusion technology gets you partway to Oracle Fusion Applications.
Oracle is investing across applications and technologies to make the application integration experience easier for customers. Today Oracle has certified Oracle E-Business Suite on Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g and provides a comprehensive set of integration technologies. Learn about Oracle's integration offering across data- and process-centric integrations. These technologies can be used to address various application integration challenges and styles. In this session, you will get an understanding of how, when, and where you can leverage Oracle's integration technologies to connect end-to-end business processes across your enterprise, including your Oracle Applications portfolio.
Learn the top 10 things you can do to secure your applications and your sensitive data. This Oracle development session for system administrators and security professionals explores some of the most important and overlooked things you can do to secure your Oracle E-Business Suite instance. It also covers data masking and other mechanisms for protecting sensitive data.
Is your Oracle E-Business Suite technology stack up to date? Are you taking advantage of all the latest options and capabilities? This Oracle development session summarizes the latest certifications and roadmap for the Oracle E-Business Suite technology stack, including elements such as database releases and options, Java, Oracle Forms, Oracle Containers for J2EE, desktop operating systems, browsers, JRE releases, development and Web authoring tools, user authentication and management, business intelligence, Oracle Application Management Packs, security options, clouds, Oracle VM, and virtualization. The session also covers the most commonly asked questions about tech stack component support dates and upgrade implications.
This session presents the overall vision, strategy, and direction for Oracle Order Management and Oracle Advanced Pricing. It highlights the key business issues and solutions in fulfillment operations striving to be successful in today's uncertain business environment and discusses best practices required for success. The presentation focuses on how Oracle sees the order management space evolving and the solutions under development that will enable its customers to drive competitive advantage through flexible fulfillment models.