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Course Objectives

After completing this course, you should be able to do the following: • Manage security, concurrent processing, and other 11i administrative functions • Set up and manage flexfields • Understand and administer workflow • Understand alerts

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Overview

This course teaches 11i System Administrators the concepts and fundamentals of their role. Related topics, such as installation, patching, and architecture, are covered in other courses.

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System Administration Component

In this component of the course, we will cover the specifics documented in the Oracle Applications System Administrator's Guide. This includes managing security, administrating concurrent processing, and other related topics.

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Flexfield Component

In this component of the course, we will cover the specifics documented in the Oracle Applications Flexfields Guide. This includes understanding flexfields, setting up key flexfields, setting up descriptive flexfields, setting up value sets and their values, and other related topics.

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Workflow Component

In this component of the course, we will cover a subset of the material documented in the Oracle Workflow Guide. We will cover the material that applies to the role of an 11i System Administrator.

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Alerts Component

In this component of the course, we will cover a subset of the material documented in the Oracle Alert User’s Guide. We will cover the material that applies to the role of an 11i System Administrator.

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Additional Material

While course provides the concepts and fundamentals for an 11i System Administrator, you may find that you want or need added depth. Oracle University (OU) offers additional courses, both online and in the classroom, to address these needs. Visit the OU website for more information. http://www.oracle.com/education/

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