Oracle Applications Capability

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Oracle Applications 11i – Concepts - Gopinath Ganesan

ERP

Enterprise Resource Planning or ERP is an industry term for integrated, multi-module application software packages An ERP system can include software for manufacturing, order entry, accounts receivable and payable, general ledger, purchasing, warehousing, transportation and human resources The deployment of an ERP system can involve considerable business process analysis, employee retraining, and new work

Brief History of ERP

The focus of manufacturing systems in the 1960's was on Inventory control. In the 1970's the focus shifted to MRP (Material Requirement Planning) systems In the 1980's the concept of MRP-II (Manufacturing Resources Planning) evolved In the early 1990's, MRP-II was further extended to cover areas like Engineering, Finance, Human Resources, Projects

Brief History of ERP

The term ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) was coined. The top five ERP vendors, SAP, Oracle Corporation, Peoplesoft, Inc. (now Oracle Corp.), JD Edwards & Company, and Baan International, account for 64 percent of total ERP market revenue. According to Gartner research group, the rapid evolution of ERP has already lead to a new corporate must-have, ERP, which is supposed to help businesses gain more

Market Leaders

Oracle E- Business Suite SAP People Soft Siebel

Advantages of Oracle - BIS

The biggest USP of Oracle ERP is that it is based on Oracle Database, which in itself is a market leader. As far as the components of the suite itself are concerned Oracle Financials is a market leader, Oracle HRMS and Payroll they are catching up pretty fast Oracle Apps UI comes in two flavors - The Oracle Forms and the Oracle Self Service Application (HTML).

Internet Computing Architecture

Forms Server Architecture

Oracle Applications Technology Layer

Oracle Applications Database Structure
A given Oracle database can store the objects associated with a single installation of the Oracle E-Business Suite. Generally, product data objects are stored in the associated product schemas, whereas product code objects are all stored in the APPS schema. Each Oracle E-Business Suite product has a default Oracle user ID, with the product abbreviation as both the schema name and password. For example, the default Oracle user ID/password for Oracle General Ledger is GL/GL. A product’s schema determines the ownership of the product’s data objects, such as sequences, tables, and indexes.

Oracle Applications Database Structure
All data objects for a product are owned by a schema for that product, known as a base product schema.

Oracle Applications File System

Oracle Applications File System