Are you the publisher? Claim or contact us about this channel


Embed this content in your HTML

Search

Report adult content:

click to rate:

Account: (login)

More Channels


Channel Catalog


Channel Description:

Welcome to Oracle Blogs

Welcome to the Oracle blogging community!

older | 1 | .... | 983 | 984 | (Page 985) | 986 | 987 | .... | 989 | newer

    0 0

    Have you considered using the new Material Classification tagging feature in 12.2.5 (INV) / 12.2.6 (OPH)?   

    This feature enables you to set up material classification codes and tag the material during picking or shipping. Material Classification Tagging is set up in the item master at the organization level and is enabled for the following inventory transactions types:

    • Sales Order Pick
    • Internal Order Pick
    • Sales Order Issue
    • Internal Order Issue


      Once tagging is enabled for an item in an organization, the system will prompt for the Material Classification Code (MCC) when transacting the move orders or picking using a mobile device. You can update the classification code from the Shipping Transactions window or from the new Shipping Operations user interface.
      Material Classification tagging can be enabled only if the item is not serial controlled. Once enabled, the Material Classification value is available for use in the Packing Slip report.

      Oracle Product Hub also supports the new Oracle Inventory Management feature, Material Classification Tagging. This feature enables you to set up material classification codes and tag material during picking or shipping.

      For additional information, please review –
      12.2.6: How to Enable and Use the New Feature for Material Classification Code Tagging ? (Doc ID 2247724.1)


      0 0

      The Critical Patch Update for April 2017 was released on April 18th, 2017.

      Oracle strongly recommends applying the patches as soon as possible.

      The Critical Patch Update Advisory is the starting point for relevant information. It includes the list of products affected, pointers to obtain the patches, a summary of the security vulnerabilities for each product suite, and links to other important documents. Supported products that are not listed in the "Affected Products and Components" section of the advisory do not require new patches to be applied.

      Also, it is essential to review the Critical Patch Update supporting documentation referenced in the Advisory before applying patches, as this is where you can find important pertinent information.

      Critical Patch Update Advisories are available at the following location:

      Oracle Technology Network:
      http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/topics/security/alerts-086861.html

      The Critical Patch Update Advisory for April 2017 is available at the following location:

      Oracle Technology Network:
      http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/security-advisory/cpuapr2017-3236618.html

      Important information can also be found at:
      https://blogs.oracle.com/security/

      The next four dates for Critical Patch Updates are:

      • July 18, 2017
      • October 17, 2017
      • January 16, 2018
      • April 17, 2018

      0 0

      By Oline Case

      The OUD 11.1.2.3.170418 bundle patch has been released today.

      MOS Patch:25383162 and OUD OPatch Version # 25383162

      This release is identified as Bug 25383162 - OUD BUNDLE PATCH 11.1.2.3.170418

      The OUD 11.1.2.3.170418 bundle patch includes 2 customer-visible bug fixes and 5 non visible bug fixes (through My Oracle Support).

      To download OUD 11.1.2.3.170418 Bundle Patchclick here and download patch 25383162.

      For more details about this and other OUD patch releases, refer to the document:

      Oracle Unified Directory Bundle Patches: 11.1.2.3.x (11gR2PS3) Version (Doc ID 2067482.1)


      0 0

      The following proactive patches for Database, Enterprise Manager, Fusion Middleware, and Identity Management were released on April 18, 2017.  The release includes Bundle Patches, Patch Set Updates (PSUs), and Security Patch Updates (SPUs).

      Fusion Middleware and Identity Management

      • Oracle Access Manager WebGates Bundle Patch 11.1.2.3.170418
      • Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition Suite Bundle Patch 11.1.1.9.170418
      • Oracle Containers for Java 10.1.3.5.0 
      • Oracle Data Integrator 12.2.1.0.170418, 12.1.3.0.3, 11.1.1.9.160926, 11.1.1.7.0 
      • Oracle DirectoryServer Enterprise Edition 11.1.1.7.170418
      • Oracle Exalogic PSU 2.0.6.2.170418
      • Oracle GlassFish Server (OGFS) Bundle Patch 3.0.1.0.16 ,3.1.2.0.17
      • Oracle Identity Analytics 11.1.1.5.8 
      • Oracle Identity Management Suite Bundle Patch 11.1.2.3.170418 consisting of
        • Oracle Access Manager (OAM) Bundle Patch 11.1.2.3.170418
        • Oracle Identity Manager (OIM) Bundle Patch 11.1.2.3.170418
        • Oracle Mobile Security Suite (OMSS) Bundle Patch 11.1.2.3.160719
        • Oracle Unified Directory (OUD) Bundle Patch 11.1.2.3.170418
      • Oracle Identity Manager 11.1.1.7.2 
      • Oracle Internet Directory 11.1.1.9.170327 
      • Oracle iPlanet Web Server 7.0.26.0.170418 
      • Oracle JDeveloper (ADF) SPU 11.1.2.4.0, 12.2.1.0.170418, 12.2.1.1.170418 
      • Oracle Platform Security for Java (OPSS) Bundle Patch 11.1.1.9.170418,  and 12.1.3.0.170418
      • Oracle SOA Suite (SOA) Bundle Patch 12.1.3.0.170418 and 11.1.1.9.170418
      • Oracle Service Bus  12.2.1.2.170418,  12.2.1.1.170418, 12.2.1.0.170418, 12.1.3.0.170418,  and 11.1.1.9.170418
      • Oracle Waveset 8.1.1.0.10 
      • Oracle WebCenter Content (WCC) Bundle Patch 12.2.1.2.170418, 12.2.1.1.170418, 12.2.1.0.170418, and 11.1.1.9.170418 
      • Oracle WebLogic Server PSU 12.2.1.0.170418, 12.2.1.1.170418, 12.1.3.0.170418, 10.3.6.0.170418
      • Oracle WebServices Manager Bundle Patch 12.1.3.0.170310 

      For additional information :


      0 0

      If any of you have some interesting uses of Oracle NoSQL Database, please consider submitting a paper for OOW 2017 in early October. The process is detailed at: https://www.oracle.com/openworld/index.html  

      Let us know what you might be planning on submitting.


      0 0

      12.2 の新機能: SQL*Plus コマンド履歴の記録 12.2 新機能: SQL*Plus コマンド履歴の記録

      SQL または PL/SQL のコマンドを現在のセッションの履歴リストから、実行、編集、削除することができる HISTORY コマンドがあります。

      ■実行例

      sqplus /nolog
      SQL>set HIST[ory] ON   <==コマンド履歴を有効にします
       
      コマンドを実行します:
       
      SQL> create public database link test connect to test identified by test using 'test';
      Database link created.
       
      SQL>alter system set local_listener="(address=(protocol=tcp)(port=1521)(host=orclhost))" scope=memory;
      System Altered
       
      SQL> select * from dual;
      D
      -
      X
       
      SQL> desc dual;
      Name                                      Null?    Type
      ----------------------------------------- -------- ----------------------
      DUMMY                                              VARCHAR2(1)
       
       
      SQL> hist   <==HIST[ory] を実行してリストを表示します:
        1 create public database link test connect to test identified by test using 'test';
           Database link created.
        2  alter system set local_listener="(address=(protocol=tcp)(port=1521)(host=orclhost))" scope=memory;
       
        3  select * from dual;
        4 desc dual;
       
      run を使用して再実行ます。:
       

      SQL> history 3 run
      D
      -
      X
       
       
      SQL> history 2 run
      System altered.
       
       
      SQL>

       
      EDIT, DELETE, CLEAR 等、他のオプションもあります。

      詳細は次のマニュアルを参照してください。:
      SQL*Plusユーザーズ・ガイドおよびリファレンス

      0 0

      Please join Oracle on Tuesday May 9th for a Process Cloud, Integration Cloud and Mobile Cloud Service Workshop.

      This workshop is designed to give you the customer a chance to “test drive” the new “BPM in the Cloud”, the new Integration Cloud Service and the Mobile Cloud Service Technology from Oracle.

      OracleProcess Cloud Service empowers Line of Business and Process Designers to rapidly build, customize and change custom business applications in a collaborative manner. OracleProcess Cloud Service allows you to rapidly automate business processes in the cloud.

      Oracle Mobile Cloud Service helps developers define mobile APIs and build mobile apps that connect to enterprise systems quickly and securely. It provides line of business managers with the deep analytics needed to make smart, data driven decisions. As one of Oracle’s premier Cloud Platform Services, Oracle MCS links mobile developers with enterprise data sources and empowers them to create engaging mobile experiences in a simple, intuitive manner.

      Requirements for this Workshop:

      1.To confirm your attendance at this Event, please email gwen.richardson@oracle.com

      2.Prior to attending you must create an Account on the Oracle Website. You can do this by going to www.oracle.com and click Sign In/Register at the top left of the page. Please use your work email and make note of your password. You will need to use the password the day of the workshop.

      *** Laptops will be provided ***


      0 0

      Greetings !

      In release 12.2.1.1, BI Publisher added a new feature - Delivery to Oracle Document Cloud Services (ODCS). Around the same time, BI Publisher was also certified against JCS 12.2.1.x and therefore, today if you have hosted your BI Publisher instance on JCS then we recommend Oracle Document Cloud Services as the delivery channel. Several reasons for this:

      1. Easy to configure and manage ODCS in BI Publisher on Oracle Public Cloud. No port or firewall issues.
      2. ODCS offers a scalable, robust and secure document storage solution on cloud.
      3. ODCS offers document versioning and document metadata support similar to any content management server
      4. Supports all business document file formats relevant for BI Publisher

      When to use ODCS?

      ODCS can be used for all different scenarios where a document need to be securely stored in a server that can be retained for any duration. The scenarios may include:

      • Bursting documents to multiple customers at the same time.
        • Invoices to customers
        • HR Payroll reports to its employees
        • Financial Statements
      • Storing large or extremely large reports for offline printing
        • End of the Month/Year Statements for Financial Institutions
        • Consolidated department reports
        • Batch reports for Operational data
      • Regulatory Data Archival
        • Generating PDF/A-1b or PDF/A-2 format documents

      How to Configure ODCS in BI Publisher?

      Configuration of ODCS in BI Publisher requires the  URI, username and password. Here the username is expected to have access to the folder where the files are to be delivered.



      How to Schedule and Deliver to ODCS?

      Delivery to ODCS can be managed through both - a Normal Scheduled Job and a Bursting Job.

      A Normal Scheduled Job allows the end user to select a folder from a list of values as shown below


      \

      In case of Bursting Job, the ODCS delivery information is to be provided in the bursting query as shown below:


      Accessing Document in ODCS

      Once the documents are delivered to ODCS, they can be accessed by user based on his access to the folder, very similar to FTP or WebDAV access.

      That's all for now. Stay tuned for more updates !


      0 0

      image

      April  2017 top tweets by WebLogicCommunity

      Send us your tweets @wlscommunity #WebLogicCommunity and follow us on twitter

      http://twitter.com/wlscommunity Please feel free to send us your news! Make sure you share your content with the community!

      WebLogic Partner Community

      For regular information become a member in the WebLogic Partner Community please visit: http://www.oracle.com/partners/goto/wls-emea ( OPN account required). If you need support with your account please contact the Oracle Partner Business Center.

      BlogTwitterLinkedInForumWiki

      Technorati Tags: twitter,WebLogic,WebLogic Community,Oracle,OPN,Jürgen Kress


      0 0

      image


      In a previous post, I discussed some general topics relating to the usage of HTTPS and certificates within Oracle Public Cloud. In this follow up piece, I will work through a concrete example and explain how to set up a Java Cloud Service instance in such a way that Integration Cloud Service can consume a service deployed to that platform over HTTPS.

      The use case we have in mind here is a simple one. A custom REST-based service is deployed to WebLogic on JCS (I’ll use a simple Servlet that returns a JSON payload). An integration defined in Integration Cloud Service uses the REST adaptor to invoke that service over HTTPS. Since JCS is an example of a compute-based PaaS service, it is provisioned by default without an external hostname and with a self-signed certificate mapped to the Load Balancer IP Address. This is different to the ICS instance, which is accessible via an *.oraclecloud.com hostname with an automatically-trusted certificate. The first thing we will do is configure JCS to use a hostname that we provide, rather than the IP address. We’ll then look at how to provision a certificate for that instance and then finally, how to configure ICS.

      I’ve used a JCS instance based on WebLogic 12.1.3 and Oracle Traffic Director 11.1.1.9 for this post. Exact steps may differ somewhat for other versions of the service.

      Configuring JCS with your own hostname

      I’ve deployed my simple Servlet to WebLogic via the console and for now, the only option available to me is to access it via the IP address of the JCS Load Balancer. We can see from the screenshots below that my web browser first prompts me to accept the self-signed certificate before accessing the end point, which is not what we want to happen: Read the complete article here.

      SOA & BPM Partner Community

      For regular information on Oracle SOA Suite become a member in the SOA & BPM Partner Community for registration please visit www.oracle.com/goto/emea/soa (OPN account required) If you need support with your account please contact the Oracle Partner Business Center.

      BlogTwitterLinkedInimage[7][2][2][2]Facebookclip_image002[8][4][2][2][2]Wiki

      Technorati Tags: SOA Community,Oracle SOA,Oracle BPM,OPN,Jürgen Kress


      0 0

      NetBeans Day India was held today in Bangalore, hosted by BlueJeans. Not only did BlueJeans give us a location, but food and drinks as well, which was great!

      The program was announced here, with thanks to Vaibhav Choudhary, for organizing the event:

      https://www.meetup.com/BangaloreOpenJUG/events/238630862/

      Attendance was good, the room was mostly full, which was especially great since it is a long weekend, with Monday being a public holiday. Sessions focused on Java as well as JavaScript, frontend and backend, all via NetBeans IDE. Below, you see Gaurav Gupta, from Payara, the developer behind the Jeddict project, a code generator for Java EE as well as Angular, which he presented with demos in NetBeans IDE. Other sessions included a focus on enterprise JavaScript, via Oracle JET, hybrid mobile development, and Node.js, presented by myself and my local colleagues Rohit Dhamija and Abhinav Shroff. 

      The move of NetBeans to Apache was a big theme of the event, with in my opinion this being the Tweet of the day, including a nice pic of Ivar Grimstad, from the JCP Executive Committee, who did a session on MVC 1.0 with NetBeans IDE:

      A definite highlight was the presence of Sharad Medhavi, Oracle Senior Director, seen next to me below, who announced that Oracle is actively building a team of Apache NetBeans developers at the local Oracle office.

      Two of those to join Sharad's local NetBeans team have already been hired, and were present too, Reema Taneja and Arunava Sinha. Looking forward to that team getting bigger, some of the attendees indicated an interest in this. Just think, Oracle will be paying developers fulltime to commit code to Apache NetBeans. 

      Another highlight was the presence of four NetBeans Dream Team members: Aatul Palandurkar, Tushar Joshi, Ivar Grimstad, and Gaurav Gupta, here eating lunch together below:

      It was a great event, many thanks to everybody involved, and hope it was enjoyable and informative for everyone who attended! 


      0 0
      0 0

      image


      In this post, I will show you how you can register for trial version of SOA Cloud Services.

      You need to follow below steps in sequence for trail registration.

      Step 1: Go to URL: https://cloud.oracle.com/tryit and you notice there are mainly two categories as mentioned below.

      1. Oracle's Platform (PaaS) and Infrastructure (IaaS) Cloud Services

      2. Application (SaaS) and Data (DaaS)

      Under each category there are multiple options available. Since we are working with Oracle SOA Cloud Services and that comes under Paas and IaaS category. So go to that category and select very first option as highlighted in below screen shot.

      Step 2: Once you click on “Try It” option, it take you to Oracle login page where you need to enter your credentials.

      Note: You need to have Oracle account setup before you proceed to this step, if don’t have Oracle account then you can create it.

      Once you enter your credentials, it takes you to next page where you need to enter your details like First Name, Last Name and Company Name etc.  You also need to verify your phone number by entering the verification code. Read the complete article here.

      SOA & BPM Partner Community

      For regular information on Oracle SOA Suite become a member in the SOA & BPM Partner Community for registration please visit www.oracle.com/goto/emea/soa (OPN account required) If you need support with your account please contact the Oracle Partner Business Center.

      BlogTwitterLinkedInimage[7][2][2][2]Facebookclip_image002[8][4][2][2][2]Wiki

      Technorati Tags: SOA Community,Oracle SOA,Oracle BPM,OPN,Jürgen Kress


      0 0

      At the recent the Modern Finance Experience, Al Marciante, senior director of product management at Oracle, gave an excellent presentation titled “Collaborative Reporting: Leveraging Personal Productivity Tools to Realize Collaborative Results.” He shared the benefits of combining good quality, system-of-record corporate data with rich narrative text in external reporting—benefits that can be a significant differentiator for companies.

      Marciante said that 90% of companies agree that expanding qualitative commentary is critical, yet most spend all their time gathering data and have no time to create
      narrative or do extensive analysis. Without this narrative reporting accompanying the data, significant facts can be ignored or obscured.

      Al Marciante, Oracle Corporation

      Narrative reporting effectively explains corporate value and can impact perception of management quality. But, if you could combine the system-of-record data with descriptive text by tapping into the wisdom of smart people at your company, corporate reporting could be vastly improved.

      The process of collecting the narrative text and formatting the reports can also be greatly improved. Marciante described it this way. “Does this process sound familiar? Someone creates a folder and starts to dump relevant data and text files into it. Someone, possibly other than the gatherer of relevant files, then has to put it all together into a report. Formatting of the report may be the same from period to period, or it may not. Directional words describing values (like positive or negative variance) may be consistent from one period to the next, or may not. Finally, reviews are often done by emailing the draft report around asking for comments. This method does not enforce security as not all reviewers should have access to all parts of the report—not to mention that emailing sensitive data can be dangerous, and there is no good way of tracking who has reviewed it for process or audit purposes.”

      This method, as it is described here, does not enforce standards.  And, if values change during the review period, it is a nightmare ensuring all instances of changed data have been found and updated and reviewers notified.

      Marciante said that 50% of companies are not confident with their existing tools, and given the description above, it is no wonder.

      But there was good news. Marciante gave a great demonstration of 
      Oracle Enterprise Performance Reporting Cloud to address these issues. A few of the features that support combining corporate data with rich, narrative text: automatic formatting of data from many sources (spreadsheets, text documents, presentations, etc.), defined fields that are linked and will automatically update, workflow for review, the ability to review a snapshot of the entire report at any time, and security for all parts of the report.

      Following the demo, Marciante shared the success story of 
      Investec, citing the following benefits from their project:
           . A central information store with strong controls over the process
           . Process flow that enables a reliable and trusted source of information
           . Ability to refer to prior periods instantly to check, compare and answer questions
           . Assurance that an accurate record is made for sign off and approval

      The bottom line is that Investec now has all its critical reporting in one place, with the ability to compare previous monthly or quarterly reports to tell an accurate—and consistent—story to management, stakeholders and regulators. Click on the photo to watch an interview with Andreea Tapp of Investec.



      Do you want this competitive differentiator, and a process that will help facilitate it? Learn more about Oracle Enterprise Performance Reporting Cloud.



      0 0

      The following announcements and considerations are outlined in the upcoming Oracle Account Reconciliation Cloud (ARCS) update:

      Oracle Account Reconciliation Cloud (ARCS)
      May 2017 Updates

      Monthly Update Schedule:

      We would like to inform you of the upcoming monthly update for your Oracle Cloud environments. We will apply the latest updates to your test environment on Friday, May 5, 2017 and to your production environment on Friday, May 19, 2017. The update will be applied during your normal daily maintenance window.

      Announcements:

        • File-Based Integration of Data Management with Oracle Fusion Financials Cloud - Oracle Fusion Financial Cloud Budgetary Control and Encumbrance Accounting is now fully integrated with Data Management. This enhancement brings the integration of Oracle Fusion Financials Cloud with Oracle Enterprise Performance Management Cloud on par with the current file-based integration. As a result, the file-based integration will be phased out starting the September update to the service.
        If you are using file-based integration between Oracle Fusion Financials Cloud and Oracle Enterprise Performance Management Cloud, Oracle recommends that you adopt this new integration as soon as possible.
          • New EPM Automate Utility Transaction Matching Commands Available - A new version of the EPM Automate Utility is available with this update. This version includes the following Transaction Matching related commands:
            • importtmpremappedbalances, which imports pre-mapped balances data from a file in Oracle Account Reconciliation Cloud repository into Transaction Matching
            • importtmpremappedtransactions, which imports pre-mapped transactions data from a file in Oracle Account Reconciliation Cloud repository into Transaction Matching
            • runautomatch, which runs the Auto Match process to match transactions using the rules defined by a Service Administrator.
          • Sample and New Application Now Available - Account Reconciliation Cloud now allows you to create a sample or new application. The sample application provides pre-loaded sample data and related artifacts, enabling you to try different operations. Using this out-of-box environment, you can explore the capabilities and performance of Account Reconciliation Cloud to get familiar with the functionality enabling you to more easily work with the service once you are ready. You can also create a new application and then load your own data, either manually or using a flat file. This can also be used with migration functionality to bring in a previously saved backup snapshot.

           Reconciliation Compliance New Features:

          • Support for Variance Analysis Reconciliation Method 
          • New Date Calculation Functions Added  
          • Enhanced User Experience  


          Transaction Matching New Features :

          • Predefined and Custom Reports Now Available 
          • New Daily Statistics by Reconciliation Type Dashboard Available
          • Configurable Adjustment and Support Transaction Types Now Available
          • Performance Enhancements for Data Load and Auto Match Tasks
          • Locking Enhancement for Data Load and Auto Match

          Defects Fixed:

          • 25165286 - Under certain circumstances, not all attributes specified in a Reconciliation Format were displayed in the deployed reconciliation.
          Considerations:
          • When using EPM Automate, log out and log in again after importing a Financial Close Management (FCM) snapshot to refresh the icons on the Home page.
          • You may receive inaccurate messages from Navigator if pop-up blockers are enabled.  Disable pop-up blockers in your browser to avoid this.
          • In the Academy, some pages and icons may appear different in the video and the Cloud service.

          Refer to the following links and documents for further information:

          • Oracle Cloud Release Readiness - Get up to speed on the latest cloud release and ensure your upgrade is a success with Oracle's Release Readiness assets. To access this broad range of assets, locate your service on the left, then choose a release from the service's drop-down menu. Learn and how to plan your upgrade by reviewing expanded discussions of new features,including capability overviews, business benefits, setup considerations and usage tips.
          • My Oracle Support (MOS) Knowledge Article: Enterprise Performance Management Cloud Release Highlights Doc ID 2055579.1


          0 0

          The following announcements and considerations are outlined in the upcoming Oracle Enterprise Performance Reporting Cloud (EPRCS) update:

          Oracle Enterprise Performance Reporting Cloud (EPRCS)
          May 2017 Updates

          Monthly Update Schedule:

          We would like to inform you of the upcoming monthly update for your Cloud environments. We will apply the latest updates to your test environment on Friday, May 5, 2017 and to your production environment on Friday, May 19, 2017. The update will be applied during your scheduled daily maintenance window..

          Considerations:
          • Library
          • Management Reporting
          • Report Packages
          • Smart View (General)
          • Smart View (Ad Hoc Analysis)

            Defects Fixed:

            • 25683040 - Oracle Enterprise Performance Reporting Cloud (EPRCS) will automatically revert any Embedded Content (EC) control which may have inadvertently been changed from block mode to inline mode preventing a service error upon refresh of the EC control.
            • 25690986 - In Management Reporting, if you have multiple dimensions in rows and columns and the header row or column for a dimension is hidden, it is now hidden from the chart as well.

            Refer to the following links and documents for further information:

            • Oracle Cloud Release Readiness - Get up to speed on the latest cloud release and ensure your upgrade is a success with Oracle's Release Readiness assets. To access this broad range of assets, locate your service on the left, then choose a release from the service's drop-down menu. Learn and how to plan your upgrade by reviewing expanded discussions of new features,including capability overviews, business benefits, setup considerations and usage tips.
            • My Oracle Support (MOS) Knowledge Article: Enterprise Performance Management Cloud Release Highlights Doc ID 2055579.1


            0 0

            The following announcements and considerations are outlined in the upcoming Oracle Financial Consolidation and Close Cloud (FCCS) update:

            Oracle Financial Consolidation and Close Cloud (FCCS)
            May 2017 Updates

            Monthly Update Schedule:

            We would like to inform you of the upcoming monthly update for your Oracle Cloud environments. We will apply the latest updates to your test environment on Friday, May 5, 2017 and to your production environment on Friday, May 19, 2017. The update will be applied during your normal daily maintenance window.

            New Features:

            • Enhanced User Experience 
            • New EPM Automate Utility Version 
            • Move Net Income Hierarchy Under FCCS_Retained Earnings Current Hierarchy 
            • Apply Seeded Calculations to All Custom Members 
            • Support for Close Management and Supplemental Data Management Extensions 
            • Enable Close Manager Integrations on Cloud 
            • Improved Supplemental Data Manager User Experience 
            • Working with Metadata 

            Removal of Support

            File-Based Integration of Data Management with Oracle Fusion Financials Cloud. - Oracle Fusion Financial Cloud Budgetary Control and Encumbrance Accounting is now fully integrated with Data Management.

            • This enhancement brings the integration of Oracle Fusion Financials Cloud with Oracle Enterprise Performance Management Cloud on par with the current file-based integration. As a result, the file-based integration will be phased out starting the September update to the service.
            • If you are using file-based integration between Oracle Fusion Financials Cloud and Oracle Enterprise Performance Management Cloud, Oracle recommends that you adopt this new integration as soon as possible.

              Defects Fixed:

              • Refer to the May 2017 update for the full list of defects
              Refer to the following links and documents for further information:
              • Oracle Cloud Release Readiness - Get up to speed on the latest cloud release and ensure your upgrade is a success with Oracle's Release Readiness assets. To access this broad range of assets, locate your service on the left, then choose a release from the service's drop-down menu. Learn and how to plan your upgrade by reviewing expanded discussions of new features,including capability overviews, business benefits, setup considerations and usage tips.
              • My Oracle Support (MOS) Knowledge Article: Enterprise Performance Management Cloud Release Highlights Doc ID 2055579.1


              0 0

              The following announcements and considerations are outlined in the upcoming Oracle Planning and Budgeting Cloud (PBCS) update:

              Oracle Planning and Budgeting Cloud (PBCS)
              May 2017 Updates

              Monthly Update Schedule:

              We would like to inform you of the upcoming monthly update for your Oracle Cloud environments. We will apply the latest updates to your test environment on Friday, May 5, 2017 and to your production environment on Friday, May 19, 2017. The update will be applied during your normal daily maintenance window.

              New Features for Planning and Budgeting CloudandEnterprise Planning and Budgeting Cloud:

              • Monthly Update Schedule (see above)
              • New Simplified Dimension Editor 
              • Launch a Financial Report with One Click 
              • Setting Runtime Prompt Values for a Ruleset Job in the Job Scheduler
              • Updates to Academy

              New Features for Enterprise Planning and Budgeting CloudOnly:

              • More Account Member Categories and Components Available in Configuration
              • Copy Project Business Rule 

                Removal of Support:

                • Standard Interface (Planning and Budgeting Cloud Workspace) 
                • Financial Reporting Studio Desktop Client
                • File-Based Integration of Data Management with Oracle Fusion Financials Cloud

                Defects Fixed:

                • Refer to the May 2017 updates for full list of defects.

                    Considerations:

                    Working with Start/End Time Periods in Dimension Editor - In this release, there is an issue with the Start Period and End Period properties in the Simplified dimension editor (bug 25871224). As a result, you cannot create or edit summary time periods using the Simplified dimension editor.

                    • Workaround: When creating and editing summary time periods, use the Classic dimension editor.
                    • To access the Classic dimension editor:
                      • From the Home page, click or tap Navigator.
                      • Under Create and Manage, click or tap Dimensions.

                    Refer to the following links and documents for further information:

                    • Oracle Cloud Release Readiness - Get up to speed on the latest cloud release and ensure your upgrade is a success with Oracle's Release Readiness assets. To access this broad range of assets, locate your service on the left, then choose a release from the service's drop-down menu. Learn and how to plan your upgrade by reviewing expanded discussions of new features,including capability overviews, business benefits, setup considerations and usage tips.
                    • My Oracle Support (MOS) Knowledge Article: Enterprise Performance Management Cloud Release Highlights Doc ID 2055579.1


                    0 0

                    The following announcements and considerations are outlined in the upcoming Oracle Profitability and Cost Management Cloud  (PCMCS) update:

                    Oracle Profitability and Cost Management Cloud  (PCMCS)
                    May 2017 Updates

                    Monthly Update Schedule:

                    This document outlines the announcements and known issues in the upcoming Oracle Profitability and Cost Management Cloud Service update. Oracle applies the monthly service update to your test environment on the first Friday of every month and to your production environment on the third Friday of every month.

                    We would like to inform you of the upcoming monthly update for your Oracle Cloud environments. We will apply the latest updates to your test environment on Friday, May 5, 2017 and to your production environment on Friday, May 19, 2017. The update will be applied during your normal daily maintenance window.

                    Known Issues:

                    • Support for Larger Outlines When Copying POVs - You can now copy partial Point of View (POV) data for applications with larger underlying Essbase outlines. To do this, you must now select a model view, which enables you to define a portion of the POV data to be copied. The Allocated Values and Adjustment Values copy options are removed. Equivalent parameters are added to and removed from the Copy ML POV Data REST API resource and the copypov EPM Automate operation.
                    • Customized Home Page Background Color - Service Administrators can now replace the default background color with a different color theme.
                    • Oracle Profitability and Cost Management Cloud Supports Smart View Private Connections - Currently, Oracle Profitability and Cost Management Cloud supports only Private Connections with Smart View.
                    • Avoid Special Characters in Artifact Names, Including Calculation Rules - Oracle Profitability and Cost Management Cloud does not allow special characters in artifact names, including calculation rules. If you are migrating an application from on-premise Profitability and Cost Management, you must remove any special characters from rule names before you perform the migration.

                    Removal of Support for Financial Reporting Studio Desktop Client

                    Oracle is committed to providing a simple and intuitive user experience. To achieve this, Financial Reporting Web Studio, available since March 2016, will become the only environment for designing and building reports.

                    Oracle is providing additional time for users to transition from Financial Reporting Desktop Studio to Financial Reporting Web Studio. Tentative plans call for functional parity between Financial Reporting Web Studio and Financial Reporting Desktop Studio in late 2017, at which time, support for the Desktop Studio will transition to the Web Studio and distribution of the Desktop Studio will cease.

                    Oracle recommends that you transition to using Financial Reporting Web Studio at the earliest opportunity. Please send questions and concerns to Oracle using the Provide Feedback option in the service.

                      Refer to the following links and documents for further information:

                      • Oracle Cloud Release Readiness - Get up to speed on the latest cloud release and ensure your upgrade is a success with Oracle's Release Readiness assets. To access this broad range of assets, locate your service on the left, then choose a release from the service's drop-down menu. Learn and how to plan your upgrade by reviewing expanded discussions of new features,including capability overviews, business benefits, setup considerations and usage tips.
                      • My Oracle Support (MOS) Knowledge Article: Enterprise Performance Management Cloud Release Highlights Doc ID 2055579.1


                      0 0

                      The following announcements and considerations are outlined in the upcoming Oracle Tax Reporting Cloud (TRCS) update:

                      Oracle Tax Reporting Cloud (TRCS)
                      May 2017 Updates

                      Monthly Update Schedule:

                      We would like to inform you of the upcoming monthly update for your Oracle Cloud environments. We will apply the latest updates to your test environment on Friday, May 5, 2017 and to your production environment on Friday, May 19, 2017. The update will be applied during your normal daily maintenance window

                        Announcements:

                        • Enhanced User Experience 
                        • New EPM Automate Utility Version 
                        • Support for Close Management and Supplemental Data Management Extensions 
                        • Enable Close Manager Integrations on Cloud 
                        • New Simplified Dimension Editor 
                        • Deferred Tax Not Recognized (DTNR) for IFRS 
                        • Close Manager Task Actions 
                        • Improved Supplemental Data Manager User Experience

                          Removal of Support:

                          • Financial Reporting Studio Desktop Client - Oracle is committed to providing a simple and intuitive user experience. To achieve this, Financial Reporting Web Studio, available since March 2016, will become the only environment for designing and building reports.
                            • Oracle is providing additional time for users to transition from Financial Reporting Desktop Studio to Financial Reporting Web Studio.  Tentative plans call for functional parity between Financial Reporting Web Studio and Financial Reporting Desktop Studio in late 2017, at which time, support for the desktop Studio will transition to the Web Studio and distribution of the Desktop Studio will cease.
                            • Oracle recommends that you transition to using Financial Reporting Web Studio at the earliest opportunity. Please send questions and concerns to Oracle using the Provide Feedback option in the service .

                          • File-Based Integration of Data Management with Oracle Fusion Financials Cloud-Oracle Fusion Financial Cloud Budgetary Control and Encumbrance Accounting is now fully integrated with Data Management.
                            • This enhancement brings the integration of Oracle Fusion Financials Cloud with Oracle Enterprise Performance Management Cloud on par with the current file-based integration. As a result, the file-based integration will be phased out starting the September update to the service.
                            • If you are using file-based integration between Oracle Fusion Financials Cloud and Oracle Enterprise Performance Management Cloud, Oracle recommends that you adopt this new integration as soon as possible.

                          Refer to the following links and documents for further information:

                          • Oracle Cloud Release Readiness - Get up to speed on the latest cloud release and ensure your upgrade is a success with Oracle's Release Readiness assets. To access this broad range of assets, locate your service on the left, then choose a release from the service's drop-down menu. Learn and how to plan your upgrade by reviewing expanded discussions of new features,including capability overviews, business benefits, setup considerations and usage tips.
                          • My Oracle Support (MOS) Knowledge Article: Enterprise Performance Management Cloud Release Highlights Doc ID 2055579.1


                        older | 1 | .... | 983 | 984 | (Page 985) | 986 | 987 | .... | 989 | newer