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April 24, 2008

Free Oracle Application Training

Here is a well written site offering Free Oracle Application Training. Use this site to build and improve your Oracle Application R12 skills using Oracle App modules created for Apps professionals by Apps professionals. The author created this training because the tools for accelerated Oracle Application skill building are generally not freely available on the Web today. He says on the home page, "If you are an experienced consultant working on a project, or a support guru working on a TAR (or Service Request) or an enthusiastic beginner, this site is dedicated to be your portal for Apps knowledge that you can tap into whenever you need it."


Oracle Inventory Fundamentals and Setup
Learning Oracle Inventory can appear overwhelming. But, if you are determined to master the fundamentals, this is your place to be.

 - Setting Up the Oracle Inventory Organization Structure
 - Creating the Operating Unit
 - Defining the Inventory Organization Calendar
 - Creating the Item Master Organization
 - Building the Inventory Organization
 - OSS Creates Some Categories
 - Subinventories for OSS
 - About a Unit of Measure
 - Building a Shipping Network
 - Inventory Accounting Periods
 - Miscellaneous Transactions in Oracle Inventory
 - Customizing Transactions in Oracle Inventory
 - A New Transaction Type for Travis
 - Subinventory Transfer Transactions


Understanding And Using Oracle Quality in R12
More and more companies are moving towards Oracle Quality. Oracle Quality is integrated with the Oracle Manufacturing and Distribution applications to provide consistent quality data definition, data collection and data management across the enterprise and throughout the supply chain.

 - Collection Elements in Oracle Quality
 - Specifications for OSS
 - A Purchasing Collection Plan for Office Smart Solutions
 - A Receiving Inspection Plan for an Item




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