Friday, 13 July 2012

R12 Oracle Application Footprint

R12 Oracle Application Footprint

R12 Oracle Application Footprint

Release 12 is defined as “The Global Business Release.” Global is
not just a geographic perspective, but also a comprehensive
perspective; release 12 functionality spans across both industries
and business functions.

R12 Foot Print:

Key Business Flows :
Oracle business flows are a collection of application components

designed for end-to-end business processes. They identify the
critical business processes an organization utilizes to support a
complete business strategy for managing operations, customers,
suppliers, partners, and employees.

Oracle business flows map business processes across multiple
organizations and many applications to represent a streamlined,
efficiently integrated information flow throughout business
organizations and across geographies.

R12 Architecture:
Business Architecture: The R12 EBS has 5 principles that drives its business architecture:
-Modern Foundation
-End to end Intergration
-Rapid Implementation.

1. Oracle has embedded all of its new R12 development into open,
scalable standards. These standards include using Java/J2EE,
HTML, JavaScript (JSP), Internet-accessibility, and centralized

2. R12 E-Business Suite is accessible via global networks. It
accommodates multiple languages and currencies; supports
international features, such as flexible date formats and multiple
radix support; supports data in the Unicode Character Set (UTF-8)
and has accounting and business localizations built into it.

Technical Architecture:
PHP (Personal Home Page) or Portal becomes the gateway through
which the user has rights to access all the information to which they
have been granted access. Thus, R12 administrative tasks are
simplified while operations costs are reduced.

- Form based: Forms-based users are typically people involved
in the transactional operations of an organization.
- HTML/JSP's (Self Service): Self-service users are infrequent
users who want their interface with R12 to be as simple and as quick
as possible.
- Business Intelligence: Business intelligence users are senior
executives and managers who want an easy-to-use interface that
can be used to reveal critical business information and reports.
- Mobile: users whose jobs are likely to keep them away from a
readily available, network-connected computer. example : sales
representatives, field representative. By utilizing the mobile
interface, they are able to send and receive information at points
where it is important and convenient for them.

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