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<INSTALLATION: TITLE>

Author: Brendan Furey


Creation Date: 1 November 2009

Version: 1.1
Last Updated:
Table of Contents

Document Control.........................................................................................3
Foreword.................................................................................................3
Change Record........................................................................................3
Installation Instructions.................................................................................5
Installation Environment..........................................................................5
Installation Source Files...........................................................................5
Pre-Installation Steps...............................................................................5
Installation Steps.....................................................................................6
Issues and References..................................................................................7
Issues......................................................................................................7
References..............................................................................................7
APPENDIX: Example Installation Areas (Remove this from actual document)
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Pre-Installation Areas (Examples)............................................................8
Installation Areas (Examples)..................................................................8

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Document Control

Foreword
This document provides a template for describing the steps involved in installing an extension (or
customisation etc.) within an Oracle ERP system. It corresponds to the MD120 in Oracle's AIM
(Application Implementation Methodology). Examples and unused sections should be removed from the
document.

Change Record

Date Author Version Change Reference


1-Nov-2009 BP Furey 1.1 Initial

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Installation Instructions

Installation Environment
The document will be independent of installation instance.

Installation Source Files


Name Description Location Vsn
FNDLOAD

Unix Scripts

DDL Scripts

PL/SQL Packages

Oracle Reports RDF

XML Publisher RTF

SQL Reports

(Add other types as needed, and delete any sections not used)

Pre-Installation Steps
Pre-Installation Area 1 (use this section for things like creation of new _TOP directories, or installation of
FNDLOAD Unix wrapper scripts)
# Execution Step Unix command/Further details
Verification/Expected Output (if applicable)
1

Pre-Installation Area 2
# Execution Step Unix command/Further details
Verification/Expected Output (if applicable)
1

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Installation Steps
Installation Area 1 (eg Apps Setup, FNDLOAD etc.)
# Execution Step Unix command/Further details
Verification/Expected Output (if applicable; for example: the output from an FNDLOAD Unix script)
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Installation Area 2 (eg Apps Setup, FNDLOAD etc.)


# Execution Step Unix command/Further details
Verification/Expected Output (if applicable; for example: the output from an FNDLOAD Unix script)
1

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Issues and References

Issues
# Issue Description Note if closed
1

References
REF Document Location
1

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APPENDIX: Example Installation Areas (Remove this from actual
document)

Pre-Installation Areas (Examples)


1. Create custom application directory.
2. Edit APPLSYS.env file to include definition of <Application Short Name>_TOP.
3. Register custom application with Application Object Library.
4. Shutdown and restart concurrent manager.

Installation Areas (Examples)


1. Create new tables.
2. Insert seed data into <App Prefix>_LOOKUPS as described in corresponding [MD070].
3. Run grant/synonym script.
4. Define Value Sets and Validation Tables, using FNDLOAD
5. Define Descriptive Flexfields , using FNDLOAD
6. Upload custom Executable File(s) into custom Application directory on Installation environment.
7. Define Concurrent Program(s), and add to Request Groups, using FNDLOAD
8. Create Menus.

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