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Module Enhancements Add Versatility to Oracle EBS 12.2.7

Sponsored Content It has been over a month since the release of Oracle EBS 12.2.7, and by now early adopters will be noticing the marked improvements to the performance and features of the EBS system. T hese new enhancements have added a great degree of versatility to EBS. Some particular standout changes in regards to functionality of the modules ...
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Changes to the User Experience in Oracle EBS 12.2.7

Sponsored Content In September, Oracle released E-Business Suite 12.2.7, a cumulative release which combines functionality enhancements, error corrections, and statutory and regulatory updates, as mentioned on a previous post by the OAUG . The patch is almost 5GB in size, including bug fixes and new functionality for almost every major product...
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Take Advantage of Transaction-based Mobile Apps with Oracle EBS

Sponsored Content An important factor for users to consider about Oracle E-Business Suite is the increasing capabilities of mobile applications. Oracle is embracing this approach with their inquiry and approval apps. However, a key area that isn't fully addressed is transaction-based mobile applications.  Key practical advantages you can ...
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Facing the Challenge of HTML Web Forms in Oracle EBS

Sponsored Content With the release of Oracle E-Business Suite (EBS) R12 in 2007, customers had to migrate to new HTML forms from the old Java forms. The scale of the change when R12 was introduced was significant to say the least. Oracle chose to update the previous, dated EBS interface and create a fresh, new user experience in some key functional...
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Join a Geo or SIG Today!

The Oracle Applications Users Group's Geographic and Special Interest Groups offer a wide range of topics, regions and products covered. Our Geographic groups span a specific regional area while our Special Interest Groups tend to cover a specific product area or industry. Joining one or a few of these groups can help you share ideas, best practices and network with other Oracle applications users. 

Review the complete listing of OAUG Geo & SIG user communities and visit the individual websites. Contact the Geos/SIG manager with any questions.

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