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- 11i Install, Patch and Maintain Oracle Applications
- 11i eBusiness Suite Essentials for Implementers
- 11i System Administrator Fundamentals
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11i Install, Patch and Maintain Oracle Applications

Duration: 5 days

Description:
This course provides students with a basic understanding of the architecture, database and file
system used within Oracle Applications Release 11i. Students learn about the multi-tier
architecture used to provide user access over the Internet or an intranet and the relationship
between Oracle Applications and the Oracle database. The course covers the structure of the file
system used to store the Oracle Applications product files, environment files, and additional files
required to support multiple languages in Release 11i. Students will also learn how to use Rapid
Install to perform both single and multi-node installs, AD Administration and other AD utilities
to maintain Oracle Applications, AutoPatch to automate the application of Oracle Applications
patches, and Rapid Clone to clone an Oracle Applications system.

Objectives:
- Apply patches to an Oracle Applications system
- Clone an Oracle Applications system
- Describe the Oracle Applications Architecture
- Use Rapid Install to install an Oracle Applications system
- Use the AD utilities to perform Oracle Applications maintenance tasks

Audiences:
- Technical Consultant

Topics:
11i Oracle Applications Install
 1 - Oracle Applications Overview
 2 - Preparing for Your Installation
 3 - Single-node Installation
 4 - Multi-node Installation
 5 - Finishing Your Installation

11i Oracle E-Business Suite Architecture
 1 - Oracle Applications Technology
 2 - Oracle Applications Environment Files, Server Process Scripts, and Languages
 3 - Oracle Applications File System
 4 - Oracle Applications Database
11i Use Oracle Applications AD Utilities
 1 - What are the AD Utilities?
 2 - AD Administration
 3 - Special Utilities
 4 - Context Editor
 5 - AutoConfig
 6 - License Manager
 7 - Reporting Utilities
 8 - Configuration Utilities

11i Patch and Maintain Oracle Applications
 1 - Patching and the AutoPatch Process
 2 - Patch Advisor
 3 - Running AutoPatch
 4 - Other Patching Topics
 5 - Patch History Database

11i Oracle Applications Advanced Topics
 1 - Cloning Oracle Applications
 2 - Advanced Cloning Options
 3 - Other Advanced Topics
11i eBusiness Suite Essentials for Implementers

Duration: 2 days

Description:
This course provides an overview of E-business Suite architecture, Shared Entities and basic
integration, Oracle Workflow, Multi-Org, Flexfields, Alerts and System Administration for
functional implementers. The E-business Essentials for Implementers course provides a
foundation for any E-business Suite Fundamentals course, and is a prerequisite for any functional
implementer new to Oracle Technology.

Learn To:
Explain the 11i E-Business Suite Architecture
Describe how the E-Business Suite leverages Shared Entities
Explain the fundamentals of System Administration, Flexfields, Multi-Org, Alerts and Workflow

Marketing Description:
This course provides an overview of E-business Suite architecture, Shared Entities and basic
integration, Oracle Workflow, Multi-Org, Flexfields, Alerts and System Administration for
functional implementers.


Objectives:
- Explain how profile options work
- Explain reporting options in Multi-Org
- Identify the components of the Oracle Workflow architecture
- Identify the components that comprise an Oracle Application system
- Define key and descriptive flexfields
- Identify the role of workflow as it relates to Oracle Applications
- Use the Workflow Monitor to monitor a workflow to completion
- Explain the Multi-Org structure
- Explain the basic Flexfields terminology
- Explain the basic components of workflow
- Explain basic System Administration terminology
- Explain basic alert terminology
- Explain basic application integration
- Define and test a periodic alert
- Identify Entities that are shared between multiple applications
- Create users, responsibilities and CRM resources & Create a modified menu using
menu/function exclusions

Topics:
Overview of the Internet Computing Architecture
1 - 11i eBusiness Suite Architecture

Shared Entity Integration
1 - Identify the key Shared Entities found in Oracle eBusiness applications
2 - Learn how Oracle shares information between Applications

System Administration
1 - Manage System Security
2 - Create Users
3 - Create responsibilities using menu and function security
4 - How to use Profiles

Flexfields
1 - Configure your Application with Flexfields
2 - Define a Value Set
3 - Define and test a Key Flexfield
4 - Define and test Descriptive Flexfields

Multi-Org
1 - Multi-Org organizational model
2 - Data security by application
3 - Cross organization reporting

Oracle Workflow
1 - Workflow Architecture
2 - The Workflow Builder
3 - The Workflow Engine
4 - The Notification System and Directory Services
5 - The Monitor
6 - Business Events

Oracle Alert
1 - The Periodic Alert
2 - The Event Alert
3 - Exceptions
11i System Administrator Fundamentals

Duration: 5 days

Description:
In this course you will learn concepts and functions that are critical to the System Administrator
role. You will also learn information to help you manage the 11i E-Business Suite, such as
workflows and alerts that are specifically tailored to the System Administrator's needs. The
System Administrator Fundamentals course is a part of the Learning Path for Implementation
Consultants and will provide you with the foundation you need to effectively control security and
ensure smooth operations for an E-Business Suite installation. Demonstrations and hands-on
practice reinforce the fundamental concepts.

Objectives:
- Incorporate custom help files and concurrent programs
- Manage system resources, printers, and folders
- Define key and descriptive flexfields
- Administer Oracle Workflow with the Business Event System
- Manage concurrent managers, programs, and reports
- Manage application security
- Implement Oracle Alert

Audiences:
- Technical Consultant

Topics:
1 - Managing Application Security
2 - Managing Concurrent Programs and Reports
3 - Administering Concurrent Managers
4 - Managing Profile Options
5 - Incorporating a Custom Program
6 - Auditing System Resources
7 - Managing Printers
8 - Applications DBA Duties
9 - Administering Folders
10 - Managing Document Sequences
11 - Overview of Flexfields
12 - Using Value Sets
13 - Defining Key Flexfields
14 - Using Additional Flexfield Options
15 - Defining Descriptive Flexfields
16 - Introduction to Oracle Workflow
17 - Oracle Workflow Components
18 - Testing and Monitoring Workflow Processes
19 - Overview of Oracle Alert

				
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