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Blog | Mar 15, 2017

An Overview: LPN & Shortcuts to Mobile Telnet (Part-II)

Posted by Sharad Kumar Kukreja

Oracle WMS enables you to pack LPNs with any grouping of material into a locator. You can then enter the LPN to transact the material. The system transacts all contents of the LPN, including the contents of any LPN nested within the LPN. Click here to read Part 1.

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Blog | Mar 14, 2017

An Overview: LPN & Shortcuts to Mobile Telnet (Part-I)

Posted by Sharad Kumar Kukreja

License Plate Numbers (LPN’s) are an easy method to use to accurately perform inventory transactions in WMS. They are also very user friendly and help save time. In the two part series blog I will discuss LPN, its usage and useful shortcut keys for Mobile Telnet, commonly known as Putty. Click here to read Part 2

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Blog | Feb 17, 2017

Controlling Receipt of Serialized Items in RMA's

Posted by Donna Martin

Serial numbers are a one-to-one relationship in inventory.  You can only have ONE item number-serial number combination existing in Oracle.  Since there is no validation for revision, lot or serial numbers against inventory tables in Order management at the time the RMA is entered, it is difficult to control what is received.  Sometimes the serial number on the items returned by a customer could be different than what the return was intended for.  Oracle provides functionality to control what serial numbers are received into inventory against an RMA.  This is an excellent way to add control so you can keep your inventory balanced and your records straight.  This is especially helpful if product is consigned product, or if you are trying to tie the return to a warranty or specific Sales Order for credit purposes.

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Blog | Feb 7, 2017

Oracle Database 12c – RMAN New Features

Posted by Puneet Vohra


Oracle Database 12c has introduced new enhancements and additions to the Recovery Manager (RMAN). The new features provide both convenience and improved functionality where users don’t need to switch between RMAN and SQL* Plus prompts during Backup & Recovery, Administration etc.
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Blog | Jan 24, 2017

Oracle Purchasing: Restrict Creation of PO without A Requisition

Posted by Amit Garg


Sometimes Businesses do not allow a PO to be created manually. There are several ways through which we can restrict the creation of PO without a requisition in Oracle EBS. The blog discusses two different methods to achieve this goal.
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Blog | Jan 17, 2017

Rollback of OMS from 13c to 12c

Posted by Amit Kumar Srivastava


Post new technology upgrades in an environment, it is not easy to revert the changes without proper planning and can be daunting. However, with the above methodology you can best plan to revert changes with minimal impact. Oracle provides best service levels for traditional approach for cloud applications through business-driven monitoring application management.
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Blog | Dec 16, 2016

VLDB Performance Tuning Tale

Posted by Ravi Bhatia

Tuning very large databases, more commonly known as VLDB, has always been a challenging part of DBAs jobs. Delivering optimal performance for applications that access a VLDB is essential for the business. In this blog I will review common problems that impact VLDBs performance and will also cover a real world scenario demonstrating the challenge and our team’s solution.
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Blog | Dec 9, 2016

Repository Upload Procedure in OBIEE 11G and 12C

Posted by Kanthikiran Kalagoni

In this blog I will discuss procedures OBIEE administrators should follow in uploading a repository .rpd file in both OBIEE 11G and OBIEE 12C versions under Unix/Linux environments. This step by step approach will help OBIEE Users and Administrators to understand the main difference in process we have performed in the previous versions of 11G and latest version of 12C.
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Blog | Dec 8, 2016

Showing Our Gratitude: Our Pledge to Continued Service Excellence

Posted by Peter Castello

During the holiday season, our thoughts turn gratefully to those who have made our success possible. It is in this spirit that we would like to show appreciation for humble beginnings, valued customers, and acknowledging our roots: how far we’ve come and the spirit of where we’re going in 2017. We began as an Oracle shop, championing the needs of Oracle users from RAC installations to PeopleSoft implementations to E-Business Suite reporting and everything in between. And though much has changed in 17 years, our commitment to Oracle has never wavered.

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Blog | Nov 18, 2016

OAM Integration with AD for Zero Sign-on

Posted by Sudhakar Mukkara


11g OAM has several new features and by integrating OAM with WNA we can achieve password less authentication for all the applications that are protected using latest OAM.
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