Oracle Applications Desktop Integrator – ADI August 21, 2007Posted by Muhammad Habib in Oracle Applications, Oracle Financials.
I was confused about what is ADI. At last i found one user guide of oracle “115csadiug.pdf”. Its quite helpful. I want to share overview of ADI.
Oracle ADI is a spreadsheet-based extension to Oracle Applications that offers full cycle accounting and asset management within the comfort and familiarity of a spreadsheet. Oracle ADI combines a spreadsheet’s ease of use with the power of Oracle Applications, to provide true desktop integration during every phase of your accounting cycle. You can create budgets, record transactions, add assets, reconcile inventory, and run financial statements and inventory reports all without leaving your spreadsheet.
You can run Oracle ADI as a stand-alone application, without installing the full client version of Oracle General Ledger (GL) or Oracle Assets on your PC. This gives you the ability to confirm and reconcile inventory, revise budgets, create journal entries, and define financial and asset reports from any location, without being connected to your server. You only need to connect when you want to transfer data to or from Oracle Applications.
Figure describes how ADI integrates with other applications.