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Protected: GL Setup Steps July 29, 2007

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Protected: AP Setup Steps July 28, 2007

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New Terminologies Used In Oracle Applications Release 12 July 21, 2007

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Some of the new terminologies used in Oracle Applications Release 12 are:

11i Vs. 12

Sets of Books = Ledgers
Global Accounting Engine = Subledger Accounting
AX Posting Sets of Books = Secondary Ledgers
Global Intercompany System = Advanced Global
Intercompany System
GL Intercompany Accounts = Intracompany Balancing
Translated Currency = Balance level RCs
Multiple Reporting Currencies = Reporting Currencies
MRC Primary Set of Books = Primary Ledger
MRC Reporting Set of Books = Reporting Currency
Thin MRC Reporting Book = Journal level RC
Full MRC Reporting Book = Subledger level RC
Translated Balance = Balance Level RC

Hope it will be helpful. ………..

Thanks to: Sridhar – ERPStuff

Sample Organization Structure July 19, 2007

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While using Oracle Applications, this can be a sample organizational structure.

Sample Organization Structure

With Oracle Applications accounting, distribution, and materials management functions, we define the relationships between inventory organizations, operating units, legal entities, and sets of books to create a multilevel company structure.

Legal Entities Post to a Set of Books

Each organization classified as a Legal Entity must specify a Set of Books to post accounting transactions. A Legal Entity can point to one and only one Set of Books.

Operating Units are Part of a Legal Entity

Each organization that you classify as an Operating Unit must reference a legal entity. An Operating Unit can point to one and only one Legal Entity.

Inventory Organizations are Part of an Operating Unit

Each organization that you classify as an Inventory Organization must reference an operating unit. An Inventory Organization points to one and only one Operating Unit, but through standard functionality can be referenced by any Operating Unit having the same Set of Books as the attached Operating Unit. Items are defined in the master inventory organization (master parts list) and added to the appropriate child inventory organizations. Any inventory transactions are then secured by operating unit.

(Oracle Corporation)

Protected: Organization Model followed by Oracle Applications July 18, 2007

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What Is Multi-Org? July 13, 2007

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Multi-Org is a server-side (applications and database) enhancement that enables multiple business units in an enterprise to use a single installation of Oracle Applications products while keeping transaction data separate and secure. The Multi-Org enhancement uses native database views to build a security layer on top of a single installation of Oracle Applications. In Oracle Applications Release 11i, the following products support Multi-Org capabilities: 

         Cash Management

         Order Management, Shipping Execution and Release Management

         Payables

         Property Manager

         Projects

         Purchasing

         Receivables

         Sales Compensation

         Sales and Marketing

         Service

Oracle Financials RXi Reports Administration Tool July 6, 2007

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The Oracle Financials RXi Reports Administration Tool lets you design the content and layout of your RXi reports. With the Oracle Financials RXi Reports Administration Tool, you can print the same report using different layouts, and you can control the data items included in your report. RXi lets you tailor your reports to meet statutory and other reporting requirements, and to create reports for your own internal use.

 The Oracle Financials RXi Reports Administration Tool gives you great flexibility in managing your reporting requirements. Use the Oracle Financials RXi Reports Administration Tool to:

 _ Choose the columns to include in the report

_ Format selected columns

_ Order and group selected data

_ Edit report and column headings

_ Manage page size and other printing controls

_ Generate reports in text, html, CSV (Comma-Separated Values), and tab-delimited formats

 All formatting and column information is defined and maintained in attribute sets. Each RXi report comes with one or more attribute sets. Use the Attribute Set window to view default attribute sets that come standard with RXi. You can create user-defined attribute sets based on default attribute sets with the format and data that your company needs. You can further modify your user-defined attribute sets to meet additional company requirements.

You define and save attribute sets in the Attribute Set window. Assign an attribute set to a report when you print the report using the Standard Request Submission windows.

For details, there is a link for documentation of RXi:

http://download-east.oracle.com/docs/cd/B25516_11/current/acrobat/115finrxi.pdf