AIM (Application Implementation Method )

AIM (Application Implementation Method ) Posted on June 30th, 2008 by admin AIM (Application Implementation Method ) Every Oracle apps consultant will be and should be aware of the documents related to his/her work profile depending if they are Functional or Technical consultant. Business Process Architecture (BP) BP.010 Define Business and Process Strategy BP.020 Catalog … Read more

Database Normalization and Table structures

Database Normalization and Table structures Database Normalization and Table structures Normalisation is the term used to describe how you break a file down into tables to create a database. There are 3 or 4 major steps involved known as 1NF (First Normal Form), 2NF (Second Normal Form), 3NF (Third Normal Form) and BCNF (Boyce-Codd Normal … Read more

Interview Questions – Oracle AR (Functional) -Accounts Receivables 03

Interview Questions – Oracle AR (Functional) -Accounts Receivables 03 Interview Questions – Oracle AR (Functional) Accounts Receivables Interview Questions AND aSWERS some of the questions and answers listed here might repeat .from http://www.infopurple.com/interview-questions-oracle-ar-functional-accounts-receivables-02 http://www.infopurple.com/interview-questions-oracle-ar-functional-accounts-receivables-01 1. How do you create a Chargeback Invoice ? A. Using Receipts window 2. How do you adjust the amount of … Read more

Create a Simple Flex Field Report

STEPS REQUIRED TO CREATE A SIMPLE FLEX FIELD REPORT (continued to FLEX Field Reports ) 1. Open the Report in Report Builder. 2. Create User defined parameters as per our requirement. 3. Call FND SRWINIT User Exit in Before Report Trigger. BEGIN SRW.USER_EXIT (’FND SRWINIT’); RETURN (TRUE); END; 4. Call FND SRWEXIT User Exit in … Read more

ERP books for beginners

When I started my career with Oracle Apps, I wished so hard if there were any books that would get me jump started. But times have changed now, for new comers to Oracle Apps there is ample of information available all around the web. This is an advantage and might also lead to some confusion … Read more

What is Oracle Apps (ERP)?

(Also known as e-business suite) Lets take an example. Suppose you are running a small grocery shop named “Janata Groceryâ€?, so the typical operation as a shop owner is you basically buy groceries from some big seller and stock it in your shop. Now people come to your shop for day-to-day needs and buy stuff … Read more