Blog | Feb 21, 2017
The Subledger Accounting (SLA) was introduced in R12, this module sits between the Subledger and General Ledger Interface table, and provides the functionality of tweaking the standard accounting rules to produce the desired accounting data as per the business requirement.
Blog | Feb 17, 2017
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.
Blog | Feb 15, 2017
Every day usage of laptops create many hidden temp files\Junk files or cache data which is not required. These files can add up as users generally do not clean it regularly. It is important to clean these files every day. Learn many such tips from our new blog.
Blog | Feb 7, 2017
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.
Blog | Jan 31, 2017
Author: Peter Salamanca, V.P. of Infrastructure, TriCore Solutions
As we look back at last year, reflecting on the state of the IT industry, it’s clear that there’s still a long way to go before companies feel confident that their systems are protected. Where is application and data security headed, exactly? Tom Smith, research analyst and writer for DZone, was recently thinking the same. Over the past few months, Smith has been asking industry executives and experts (including myself) for their insight on all things application and data security. Recently, he compiled his findings into a comprehensive report on the topic. What did he discover?
Below, I’ve summarized the key findings – seven of the most important things to keep in mind to keep your applications and data secure:
Blog | Jan 24, 2017
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.
Blog | Jan 17, 2017
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.
Blog | Dec 23, 2016
Blog | Dec 16, 2016
Blog | Dec 13, 2016
According to a recent TechCrunch article, Amazon is “the most important enterprise company.” The article continues that, “It is no longer a question of ‘if’ enterprises are moving to the cloud, but
From analytics (Quicksight, Athena to query S3) to artificial intelligence (voice and image recognition, text to speech, Alexa) and let’s not forget IoT (data collection and sensor integration, Lambda serverless compute), conversations about innovation and where the market is headed were in no short supply. The energy is palpable, and being there was a good reminder of why AWS is making it difficult for others to advance in the public cloud sphere.