Fusion Applications

:
Extend Oracle
Fusion CRM with
Composers Ed 2
TOD
Lab Environment
Connectivity Guide &
Instructions
D81205GC20
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Important Note:
Throughout the class you will be logging in to the application as an ”Administrative” user
with the ability to make changes to various facets of the application and its behavior. There
will be cases where you are asked to make changes to things like Profile Options; in most of
these circumstances you will also be asked to change those settings back toward the end of
the practice. There will be other times when you are asked to simply ”explore/inspect” the
value of a profile option, lookup, or setting but not actually make any change.
As there potentially could be multiple students working independently within the same
environment on any given week, it is important out of respect and consideration for other
learners not to make changes to the environment that could impede their learning and
ability to complete practices as written.
Therefore, please DO NOT make changes to the application that have not been requested
via the Practice/Activity Guide and be sure to set things back when requested to do so.
You will note that a few practices have been written as “Instructor Demos” throughout the
guide. This has been done for areas where a ”central administrator” would be completing
these tasks and where it is not practical to have multiple students attempting to complete
simultaneously. As this level of concurrency is unlikely in a Training On Demand scenario,
students are asked to carefully complete the practices described as “Instructor-Only
Demos.”
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This document provides instructions to connect to the Fusion Applications Lab Environment
using RDP : Remote Desktop Protocol (For Windows OS)
Note:
 There is a Virtual Desktop and a Fusion Applications server assigned for you to
complete the practices.
 You will first need to access the Virtual Desktop, and then use the Firefox 10.0.4
browser from the Virtual Desktop, to access the Fusion Applications Server
Steps to access the Virtual Desktop:
Establishing the connection to the Virtual Desktop is a two step connection process:
1. OUVPN
2. RDP
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Establishing OUVPN connection
1. To access OUVPN navigate to any of the following URLs (depending on your location)
https://ouvpn-in.oracle.com (Asia-Pacific) or https://ouvpn-uk.oracle.com (Europe, Middle-
East and Africa) or https://ouvpn-us.oracle.com (North and South America)
2. You will be prompted for OUVPN username and password.
a. Enter the OUVPN Username and OUVPN Password provided to you in the Labs >
Access Your Lab section
3. Click "Click here to make Connection". Once started, the system will download and
install an ActiveX ArrayVPN software and connect to the OU network.
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4. Once connected, the message box will disappear and a small red "A" icon will appear in
the taskbar at the bottom of the desktop.
Now you have a SSL/VPN connection ready and you can connect to the
assigned Virtual Desktop!!!
Important! Don't close the browser connection labeled Welcome. You can simply minimize
it.
Steps to access the Virtual Desktop via RDP
After establishing an OU VPN connection, you can then proceed with the following steps to
connect with Windows Remote Desktop Connection (RDP).
1. From your computer: Click Start > All Programs > Accessories > Communications
> Remote Desktop Connections
2. Alternatively, Click Start > Run then type: mstsc.exe and hit Enter.
a. This will open the Remote Desktop Connection window
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b. Type in the information of the Virtual Desktop provided to you in the Labs >
Access Your Lab section. Example: eg####.us.oracle.com or ed#####
c. Click the Connect button
d. Enter the RDP Credentials, Username and Password, provided to you in the Labs
> Access Your Lab section.
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e. This will connect you to the Virtual Desktop like the one below
Steps to access the Fusion Applications Server:
1. From the Virtual Desktop that you are connected to, open Firefox browser. (IE is not to
be used,) Open the Fusion Applications Server URL provided to you in the Labs >
Access Your Lab section.
2. Enter the Fusion Account credentials provided to you in the Labs > Access Your Lab
section.
3. Click Agree
Running the CRM Session Warm Up Script
1. Run Session Warm Up Script. Warm up scripts cache information from the server to the
machine running the browser by executing reports against the server.
a. Open a new tab on the Firefox browser.
c. Navigate to the Assigned Fusion Application Server Index page by appending
/index.html to the Fusion Server URL provided to you in the Labs > Access
Your Lab section
d. Click on the Session Warmer available under the “Others” section.
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e. A small browser window will open to run through the script. Once it runs to
completion the window will close automatically. Once closed you can close
the new tab window and return to Fusion Application Server browser accessed
in step 1 above.
Note: While performing the labs, allow the page to be load completely before initiating the
next action, else the connection to the server may hang.
You are now ready to start with the practices for this class.
If you have not already done so, download the Activity Guide, which contains instructions
for performing all the course’s practices. Select the View eKit tab at the top of your
course’s Training On Demand page, then click the View button for the document.
Questions? Please Write to tod-support_ww@oracle.com
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