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Oracle ADF Essentials – Adding Business Logic

by Sten E. Vesterli | September 2013 | Enterprise Articles Oracle Web Development

In this article, by Sten Vesterli, the author of Developing Web Applications with Oracle ADF Essentials, we'll cover the following topics:

  • Adding logic to business components

  • Adding logic to the user interface

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Oracle APEX 4.2 reporting

by Vishal Pathak | September 2013 | Enterprise Articles Oracle

In this article by Vishal Pathak, the author of Oracle APEX 4.2 Reporting discusses about the entire book.

Oracle APEX 4.2 reporting is designed to bring the best of the reporting world for intermediate as well as advanced readers. The book is designed to expose the APEX developers to other reporting solutions, inform them about the strengths of each of these, and to enable them to use these technologies in APEX. The book also assists the designers who wish to use APEX with their existing heterogeneous enterprise so that their existing code is reused and their effort in building better business intelligence systems is minimized. Let me briefly walk you through the contents of the book to inform you about the newer dimension that this book adds to the reporting universe.

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Oracle APEX Books

by | November 2010 | Enterprise Articles Oracle

A quick round-up of the latest Oracle APEX books published by Packt Enterprise

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Oracle APEX Plug-ins

by Marcel Van Der Plas Michel Van Zoest | December 2010 | Enterprise Articles Oracle

Oracle Application Express 4.0 is a rapid web application development tool that works with the Oracle database. Using features like Plug-ins and Dynamic Actions, APEX helps you build applications with the latest techniques in AJAX and JavaScript.

In this article by Marcel van der Plas and Michel van Zoest, authors of the book Oracle APEX 4.0 Cookbook, we will cover:

  • Creating an item type plug-in
  • Creating a region type plug-in
  • Creating a dynamic action plug-in
  • Creating a process type plug-in
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Oracle B2B Overview

by Alan Perlovsky Krishnaprem Bhatia Scott Haaland | September 2013 | Enterprise Articles Oracle

Built on top of the Oracle Fusion Middleware (OFM), and being a tangible part of Oracle SOA Suite, Oracle B2B technology plays an important role by providing a single platform for the support of multiple B2B standards. For those who have never heard about SOA Suite, SOA Suite in a nutshell is a collection of components such as Human Task, Mediator, BPEL process manager, and so on, united by a combination of consistent tooling, a single deployment and management model, end-to-end security, and unified metadata management. It allows creating/managing web services, and orchestrates them into composite applications using Software Component Architecture (SCA). SOA Suite is the OFM component that enables the easy assembly of multiple technologies. Throughout the article, B2B integration with SOA Suite and OFM will be kept in perspective.

In this article by Krishnaprem Bhatia, Scott Haaland, and Alan Perlovsky the author of Getting Started with Oracle SOA B2B Integration: A Hands-On Tutorial. We will use this article to build the groundwork for the reader's continued journey into Oracle B2B. In the article, we will learn about the following:

  • System requirements to install Oracle B2B
  • How to install a virtual image with SOA Suite components on your machine
  • How Oracle B2B and SOA Suite leverage Service Component Architecture
  • Oracle B2B architecture
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Oracle BI Publisher 11g: Learning the new XPT format

by Daniela Bozdoc | October 2011 | Oracle

Oracle BI Publisher is Oracle's reporting XML-based technology, which generates highly formatted data output using multiple data sources. BIP also offers different types of Layout Templates for designing a report.

In this article by Daniela Bozdoc, author of Oracle BI Publisher 11g: A Practical Guide to Enterprise Reporting, we will look at the XPT format, which is a new template option provided by BIP. It is designed in a totally BIP-integrated layout design interface. We will also see how to use this interface to design a complete report. utm_source=ms_oracleBI11g_abr1_1011&utm_medium=content&utm_campaign=mehreen" target="_blank">Oracle BI Publisher 11g: A Practical Guide to Enterprise Reporting, we will see how to use this interface to design a complete report.

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Oracle BI Publisher 11g: Learning the new XPT format

by Daniela Bozdoc | October 2011 | Oracle

Oracle BI Publisher is Oracle's reporting XML-based technology, which generates highly formatted data output using multiple data sources. BIP also offers different types of Layout Templates for designing a report.

In this article by Daniela Bozdoc, author of Oracle BI Publisher 11g: A Practical Guide to Enterprise Reporting, we will look at the XPT format, which is a new template option provided by BIP. It is designed in a totally BIP-integrated layout design interface. We will also see how to use this interface to design a complete report.

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Oracle BI Publisher 11g: Working with Multiple Data Sources

by Daniela Bozdoc | October 2011 | Oracle

Oracle BI Publisher is Oracle's reporting XML-based technology, which generates highly formatted data output using multiple data sources. The Data Model editor provides tools to build queries, define the data structure, and create formulae from different data sources.

In this article by Daniela Bozdoc, author of Oracle BI Publisher 11g: A Practical Guide to Enterprise Reporting, we'll look at how we can work with multiple data sources in the BIP.

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Oracle Books 2010 - 2011

by | December 2010 | Enterprise Articles Oracle

During 2010 Packt Publishing really excelled with its range of Oracle books - cementing our reputation as a leading publisher for Oracle Professionals.  Packt has produced a multitude of bestsellers - and not only did we exceed in terms of quantity, but in quality, with each book released receiving a plethora of positive reviews. In 2011 Packt hope to continue this success, with over 20 new book titles currently planned for publication in a range of subjects - to receive notifications for new Oracle books are published, simply sign-up to the Packt Enterprise Newsletter via your Packt Publishing Account. Books already outlined for publication in 2011 include:

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Oracle Books from Packt

by | April 2011 | Beginner's Guides Cookbooks Enterprise Articles RAW Oracle

 

A quick round-up of the latest Oracle books published by Packt

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Oracle BPM Suite 11gR1: Creating a BPM Application

by Heidi Buelow Manas Deb Manoj Das Meera Srinivasan Prasen Palvankar | September 2010 | Enterprise Articles Oracle

The adoption of Business Process Management (BPM) is increasingly becoming one of the most popular approaches for boosting overall organizational excellence. Built on Oracle's SOA (Service Oriented Architecture) Suite infrastructure, BPM Suite 11g provides enhanced support for application integration services and business events, Web 2.0 and E2.0 style collaborations, and high scalability. It is a full-featured, enterprise-grade BPMS that has sufficient easy-to-use features to make it also suitable for small departmental quick-win projects.

In this article by Heidi Buelow, Manoj Das, Manas Deb, Prasen Palvankar and Meera Srinivasan, authors of the book Getting Started with Oracle BPM Suite 11gR1 - A Hands-On Tutorial, we will learn to create a BPM application.

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Oracle Business Intelligence : Getting Business Information from Data

by Yuli Vasiliev | October 2010 | Enterprise Articles Oracle

In this article by Yuli Vasiliev, author of Oracle Business Intelligence: The Condensed Guide to Analysis and Reporting, you'll look at the basic concepts behind Business Intelligence. Proceeding with the discussion on data and information, it then moves on to describe what business questions you might need to answer, and how to find those answers from the data available at your disposal.

Listed as short bullets, here are the main topics of the article:

  • Basic introduction to data, information, and Business Intelligence
  • Answering basic business questions
  • Answering probing analytical questions
  • Asking business questions using data access tool
  • Deriving information from existing data
  • Accessing transactional and dimensional data

 

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Oracle Business Intelligence: Drilling Data Up and Down

by Yuli Vasiliev | October 2010 | Enterprise Articles Oracle

In Oracle Discoverer, you can also use drilling to analyze data, getting a new angle on the data you're dealing with. There are several ways supported by Discoverer in which you can accomplish drilling. For example, you can drill data down to see more detailed information for a certain product. Or, on the contrary, you may need to view data at a higher level, drilling data up from products to categories. Another example is drilling to a related item, allowing you to add a related item that is not currently in the worksheet but can be found in a folder used by the worksheet.

This article by Yuli Vasiliev, author of Oracle Business Intelligence: The Condensed Guide to Analysis and Reporting, will walk you through the simple steps required to drill data on Discoverer worksheets. With the help of many examples, this article will introduce you to the following:

  • Navigating a Discoverer worksheet data with drilling
  • Drilling up and down
  • Drilling to a related worksheet item
  • Drilling from a worksheet graph
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Oracle Database Books

by | November 2010 | Enterprise Articles Oracle

A quick round-up of the latest Oracle Database books published by Packt Enterprise

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Oracle E-Business Suite with Desktop Integration

by Andy Penver | September 2013 | Cookbooks Enterprise Articles

The article explains how we can integrate EBS, personalize and develop OA Framework pages with EBS, and to show how we can use BI Publisher to create and mail merge documents within EBS. This article by Andy Penver, author of Oracle E-Business Suite R12 Integration and OA Framework Development and Extension Cookbook, explains the procedure to integrate with EBS using desktop integrator.

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Oracle E-Business Suite with Desktop Integration

by Andy Penver | September 2013 | Cookbooks Enterprise Articles

The article explains how we can integrate EBS, personalize and develop OA Framework pages with EBS, and to show how we can use BI Publisher to create and mail merge documents within EBS. This article by Andy Penver, author of Oracle E-Business Suite R12 Integration and OA Framework Development and Extension Cookbook, explains the procedure to integrate with EBS using desktop integrator.

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Oracle E-Business Suite: Adjusting Items in Inventory and Classifying Items

by Yemi Onigbode | August 2011 | Enterprise Articles Oracle

Oracle E-Business Suite 12 Financials is a solution that provides out-of-the-box features to meet global financial reporting and tax requirements with one accounting, tax, banking, and payments model, and makes it easy to operate shared services across businesses and regions.

In the previous article by Yemi Onigbode, author of Oracle E-Business Suite 12 Financials Cookbook, we took a look at creating Items, exploring the Item attributes, creating Item templates and exploring Item controls.

In this article we will cover:

  • Adjusting Items in inventory
  • Classifying Items
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Oracle E-Business Suite: Creating Bank Accounts and Cash Forecasts

by Yemi Onigbode | August 2011 | Enterprise Articles Oracle

Oracle E-Business Suite 12 Financials is a solution that provides out-of-the-box features to meet global financial reporting and tax requirements with one accounting, tax, banking, and payments model, and makes it easy to operate shared services across businesses and regions.

In this article by Yemi Onigbode, author of Oracle E-Business Suite 12 Financials Cookbook, we will cover:

  • Creating bank accounts
  • Creating cash forecasts
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Oracle E-Business Suite: Creating Items in Inventory

by Yemi Onigbode | August 2011 | Enterprise Articles Oracle

Oracle E-Business Suite 12 Financials is a solution that provides out-of-the-box features to meet global financial reporting and tax requirements with one accounting, tax, banking, and payments model, and makes it easy to operate shared services across businesses and regions.

In this article by Yemi Onigbode, author of Oracle E-Business Suite 12 Financials Cookbook, we will start with recipes for creating Items. We will cover:

  • Creating Items
  • Exploring Item attributes
  • Creating Item templates
  • Exploring Item controls
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Oracle E-Business Suite: Entering and Reconciling Bank Statements

by Yemi Onigbode | August 2011 | Enterprise Articles Oracle

Oracle E-Business Suite 12 Financials is a solution that provides out-of-the-box features to meet global financial reporting and tax requirements with one accounting, tax, banking, and payments model, and makes it easy to operate shared services across businesses and regions.

In the previous article by Yemi Onigbode, author of Oracle E-Business Suite 12 Financials Cookbook, we took a look at creating bank accounts and cash forecasts.

In this article we will take a look at entering and reconciling bank statements.

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