Introduction to Oracle Applications R12.x
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Course Objectives
After completing this lesson, you should be able to describe the
following:
• Footprint of R12.x E-Business Suite
• Benefits of R12.x E-Business Suite
• R12.x E-Business Suite architecture
• Major components of the architecture
• File system and database structure
• Oracle E-Business Suite Integrated SOA Gateway
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Complete E-Business Suite from Oracle
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Automate key internal
business processes.
Develop
Extend automation and
Contracts E-Business Suite
Market
collaborate with your
trading partners.
Projects
Sell
Secure all integrated
HR
Order
data.
Customers
Finance
Plan
Analyze continuous
Suppliers
improvement
Products
Maintain
Procure
with real-time
Service
Make
intelligence.
Fulfill
‫פעולות עיסקיות‬-‫• ורוד‬
Business Intelligence
‫נתונים ויישויות‬-‫• צהוב‬
‫בינה עיסקית‬-‫• תכלת‬
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Integrated, Yet Modular
The open applications solution enables you to:
• Integrate Oracle modules with other software
• Leverage investment in existing technology
• Eliminate or minimize disparate systems as needed
Vendor X
Human
Resources
Oracle
Finance
Vendor Y
Planning
Vendor Z
Purchasing
Legacy Environment
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Oracle
Marketing
Benefits of Oracle E-Business Suite
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Available in multiple languages
Supports multiple currencies
Supports flexible management of business processes
Has a common data model
Supports statutory and customary local requirements
Is built on open standards
Collaborates with trading partners
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Information-Driven Applications
Philosophy behind Oracle
E-Business Suite
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Start with a common data
model that produces a single
Contracts
definition of key business
entities (customers,
Projects
suppliers, products, and so
on).
HR
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Build a robust suite of
applications designed to
Finance
work together.
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Support modular deployment Maintain
of tailorable business flows.
Service
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Promote low-cost integration
with service oriented,
standards-based
architecture.
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Develop
Market
Sell
Order
Customers,
Suppliers,
Plan
Products, …
Procure
Make
Fulfill
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Major Oracle Application Product Families
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Oracle Financials
Human Resources Management System
Oracle Logistics and Manufacturing: Discrete and Process
Management
Project Management Module
Supply Chain Planning and Management
Customer Relationship Management
Customer
Relationship
Management
Finance
Projects
Supply Chain
Human
Management
Resources
Manufacturing
Oracle Workflow
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R12.x E-Business Suite Footprint
Financials
General Ledger
Receivables
Payables
Assets
Cash Management
Global Consolidation System
Advanced Collections
Internet Expenses
iReceivables
Treasury
Lease Management
Internal Controls Manager
Financials Centralized Solution
Set (FINS)
Financial Services Accounting
Hub (FSAH)
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Corporate Performance Mgmt.
Daily Business Intelligence (DBI)
Balanced Scorecard
Financials & Sales Analyzer
Enterprise Planning and
Budgeting
Profitability Manager
Financial Consolidation Hub
Oracle Business Intelligence
Applications (OBI Apps)
Government, Risk, & Compliance
Governance, Risk, and Compliance
Manager and Intelligence
Application Access Controls
Application Configuration Controls
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R12.x E-Business Suite Footprint
Human Resources Management
Human Resources
Self-Service Human Resources
Advanced Benefits
Compensation Workbench
iRecruitment
Payroll
Performance Management
Time and Labor
Workforce Scheduling
Approvals Management
Learning Management
iLearning
Tutor
DBI for HR
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Projects
Project Costing
Project Billing
Project Resource Management
Project Collaboration
Project Management
Project Portfolio Analysis
Project Contracts
DBI for Projects
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R12.x E-Business Suite Footprint
New in R12.x
Supply Chain Planning
Advanced Supply Chain Planning
Constraint Based Optimization
Inventory Optimization
Global Order Promising
Collaborative Planning
Strategic Network Optimization
Demand Management
Advanced Forecasting & Demand
Management
Predictive Trade Planning
Deduction and Settlement
Management
Trade Promotion Optimization
Advanced Planning Command
Center.
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Supply Chain Planning
Demand Signal Repository
Service Parts Planning
Manufacturing Operations Center
Order Management
Order Management
Advanced Pricing
Release Management
Sales Contracts
Configurator
iStore
Supply Chain Planning and Order
Management Intelligence
Deal Management
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R12.x E-Business Suite Footprint
Asset Lifecycle Management
Enterprise Asset Management
Self-Service Work Requests
Asset Tracking
Property Manager
Procurement
Purchasing
Sourcing
Sourcing Optimization
iSupplier Portal
Procurement Contracts
Services Procurement
Advanced Pricing
iProcurement
DBI for Procurement
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New in R12.x
Manufacturing
Discrete Manufacturing
Manufacturing Execution System
Mobile Supply Chain Applications
Flow Manufacturing
Flow Sequencing
Production Scheduling
Repetitive Manufacturing
Optimization
Process Manufacturing
Manufacturing Operations Center
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R12.x E-Business Suite Footprint
New in R12.x
Logistics
Inventory Management
Mobile Supply Chain Applications
Warehouse Management
Transportation Management
Transportation Operational
Planning
Logistics Inventory Visibility
Forwarding & Brokering Operations
Freight Payment, Billing & Claims
Transportation Sourcing
Transportation Cooperative Routing
Fusion Transportation Intelligence
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Product Lifecycle Management
Product Lifecycle Management
Product Data Synchronization for
GDSN and UCCnet Services
CADView-3D
Master Data Management (Hubs)
Customer Hub
Product Hub
Site Hub
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R12.x E-Business Suite Footprint
New in R12.x
Marketing and Sales
Marketing
Trade Management
Advanced Pricing
TeleSales
Field Sales
Sales for Handhelds
Quoting
Partner Management
Proposals
Incentive Compensation
Marketing & Sales Intelligence
Deal Management
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Service
TeleService
Service Contracts
Field Service
Spares Management
Advanced Scheduler
Mobile Field Service
Depot Repair
iSupport
Service Intelligence
Interaction Center Technology
Advanced Inbound Telephony
Advanced Outbound Telephony
Email Center
Scripting
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Oracle Applications R12.x Architecture
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Understanding the Oracle Applications
R12.x Architecture
The following topics are included in the Oracle Applications
R12.x architecture:
• Business architecture
• Technical architecture
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Business Architecture: Oracle Applications R12.x
1. R12.x EBS (ERP, CRM, SCM, SEM
2. R12.x EBS has 5 principles that drive its business architecture:
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Modern foundation
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Complete (100+ different sub-modules)
End-to-end integration
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multiple languages and currencies; supports international features, such
as flexible date formats and multiple radix support; supports data in the
Unicode Character Set (gmail UTF-8); and has accounting and business
localizations built into it.
Rapid implementation and maintenance
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integration is engineered into the product, thereby providing a fully
NATIVE integrated package—one that is not realized through system
integrations and customizations.
Global
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standards include using Java/J2EE, HTML, JavaScript (JSP), Internetaccessibility, and centralized management
rapid installation tool, patch application tools, and a host of configuration
files and customizable Help files to allow the customer to configure the
system to meet their needs
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Technical Architecture: Oracle Applications R12.x
R12.x has developed four architectural modes for users that are
accessed and controlled through the Personal Home Page (PHP) or
Portal. The architectural modes equate to common classes of users.
The following topics are included in the technical
architecture of Oracle Applications R12.x:
• Forms based users (robust users)
• Self-service (HTML/JSPs) (infrequent users)
• Business Intelligence users (senior
executives)
• Mobile users
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Basic Technical Architecture of
Oracle Applications R12.x
Desktop/Client Tier
Application Tier
Database Tier
Internet
User Interface
Application Logic
Application Data &
Database Logic
The connection between the application tier and desktop tier can operate successfully over a wide area network
(WAN), because the desktop and application tiers exchange a minimum amount of information
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Desktop/Client Tier
Desktop/Client Tier
The following topics are included in the
technical architecture of Oracle
Applications R12.x:
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Forms based users (robust users)
Application Tier
Database Tier
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Self-service (HTML/JSPs)
(infrequent users)
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Business Intelligence users (senior
executives)
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Mobile users
Internet
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Applications Tier
Desktop/Client Tier
Web server/Listener
Database Tier
Portal (PHP)
Forms server
Concurrent Processing
server
Internet
Servlet Engine
JavaServer Pages (JSP)
Discoverer server
Reports server
Administration server
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Database Tier
Desktop/Client Tier
Application tier
Database Tier
Internet
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The Network
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Although the network is not a tier of R12.x E-Business
Suite’s three-tier architecture, it is a critical component that
makes it all work.
R12.x EBS allows access through multiple channels
including internal networks (LANs/WANs) and external
networks (Internet/VPNs).
All the choices in the network, good or bad, will ultimately
affect your performance.
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Oracle Applications Technology Layer
The Oracle Applications technology layer is an integrated
collection of components used by all Oracle Applications
modules, whose functionality is applicable to all Oracle
Applications modules:
CRM
Financials
HRMS
Manufacturing
...
Oracle Applications Technology Layer
The various components of the Applications technology
layer are discussed in the following slides.
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•Applications DBA (AD)
•Application Object Library (FND)
•Applications Utilities (AU)
•Common Modules (AK)
•Workflow (WF)
•Alert (ALR)
•OA Framework (FWK)
•Oracle XML Publisher (XDO)
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E-Business Suite Architecture
E-Business Suite System
APPL_TOP
TOOLS
ORACLE_HOME
10.1.2 .3
Oracle EBusiness
Suite
Database
R12.x
INST_TOP
WEB
ORACLE_HOME
COMMON_TOP
11.1.0.7
ORACLE_HOME
10.1.3.4
Applications Tier
Database Tier
oraInventory/ContentsXML/inventory.xml
Global Inventory
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E-Business Suite Product Directories
<db_name>appl
APPS<context_name>.env
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au
fnd
inv
12.0.0
12.0.0
12.0.0
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Oracle Applications Manager (OAM)
Oracle Applications Manager is a key system administration
tool, an HTML based central control console:
•Configure and administer your system
•Diagnose and correct problems
•Manage patches
•Monitor and tune performance
•Monitor system security
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Service-Oriented Architecture
Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) is:
• An architectural style for integrating loosely coupled
interacting software services
• A set of components (services) that can be invoked
• Enabled through a set of standards
Service request
Service
consumer
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Service response
Service
provider
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Oracle E Business Suite Integrated SOA Gateway
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Provide robust, consistent integration framework with extensive
infrastructure based on SOA principles.
Integrate loosely coupled and heterogeneous applications.
Contain prebuilt and reusable business services.
Provide native service enablement capability within Oracle EBusiness Suite.
Use native services as building blocks to create composite
services.
Enforce function security and role-based access control security
to allow only authorized users to execute administrative
functions.
Enable Web service invocation from Oracle E-Business Suite.
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Quiz
You can implement only a minimum of five R12 E-Business
Suite modules for an enterprise.
a. True
b. False
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Quiz
The connection between the application tier and the desktop
tier can operate successfully over a wide area network (WAN).
a. True
b. False
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Quiz
In E-Business Suite Architecture, the tier which is responsible
for holding the application logic and supports and manages the
various Applications components is:
a. Desktop tier
b. Client tier
c. Application tier
d. Database tier
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Quiz
Which of the following tasks does Oracle Applications Manager
helps in managing and monitoring?
a. Configure and administer your system.
b. Diagnose and correct problems.
c. Monitor and tune performance.
d. Assign responsibilities to user.
e. Monitor system security.
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Summary
In this lesson, you should have learned to describe:
• The basic architecture of Oracle Applications
• The major components of the architecture
• The Oracle Applications file system
• The Product subdirectory structure and their roles
• Oracle E-Business Suite Integrated SOA Gateway
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