Oracle Apps 11i from the Front Lines

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Oracle 11i E-Business Suite from the Front Lines is the first book to compile the tips, techniques, and practical advice for administering Oracle E-Business Suite 11i. The author examines Active Directory Utilities, patching, cloning, and the new features that 11i brings to the market. The book benefits those with limited experience with Oracle Application but with more extensive background in Oracle Database Administration. This volume is valuable to systems administrators or DBAs who have experience with older ...

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Overview

Oracle 11i E-Business Suite from the Front Lines is the first book to compile the tips, techniques, and practical advice for administering Oracle E-Business Suite 11i. The author examines Active Directory Utilities, patching, cloning, and the new features that 11i brings to the market. The book benefits those with limited experience with Oracle Application but with more extensive background in Oracle Database Administration. This volume is valuable to systems administrators or DBAs who have experience with older versions of Oracle Financials and want to expand their knowledge to include the changes inherent in 11i.

The book details the steps in installing a new 11i environment, and explains the process of upgrading from a 10.7 or an 11.0.3 release. It also explores the techniques and results of migrating from one maintenance release of 11i to another.

This analysis offers you real-world hints and recommendations to help you with day-to-day tuning, troubleshooting, and maintenance and will help you deliver reliable service to your end users. It is also a helpful tool that enables managers and co-workers to understand the daily challenges that Apps DBAs face.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780849318610
  • Publisher: CRC Press
  • Publication date: 12/29/2003
  • Pages: 504
  • Product dimensions: 6.40 (w) x 9.60 (h) x 1.24 (d)

Table of Contents

INTRODUCING APPS
What Are ERP and CRM?
What Is Oracle E-Business Suite?

11i, 8i, AND 9i NEW FEATURES
Oracle 8i New Features
Query Rewrite
Database Resource Manager
Partitioning
Parallel Server
Temporary Tables
Applications Manager for Oracle Enterprise Manager
Invoker's Rights
Locally Managed Tablespaces
11i New Features
Oracle 9i New Features

THE SURROUNDING ENVIRONMENT
Windows
Considerations
Intel Linux
AIX

APACHE
Oracle HTTP Server
ServerType Standalone

JServ
JServ
Vocabulary
Configuration
Zones. Properties

OTHER SERVICES
Forms
Reports Server
Oracle Self-Service Web Applications
Portal

PRINTING
Oracle Applications Printer Drivers
Defining a New Print Driver
Orientation or Not
Character Mode Printing
PostScript and PDF Printing
Creating a PDF Formatted Report
Troubleshooting

AD AND OTHER UTILITIES
Rapid Install
License Manager
Auto Patch
AD Splicer
AD Merge Patch
AD Administration
ADJAVA
FNDLOAD and FNDSLOAD

INSTALLATION AND MIGRATION
Methodology
Installation
Installation Resources
UNIX (Any Version NIX Type Installation)
Windows
Training, Training, Training!
Locally Managed versus Dictionary Managed
Manual Space Management or Automatic Space
Management
Deal with Customizations
Reduce Production Downtime

PATCHING
What Are Patches?
Apps Patches
Database Patches
Interoperability Patches
Diagnostic Patches
How to Apply
What About Database Patches?
Patch and OS Combinations
Why Apply a Patch?
What Happens When a Patch Breaks?
Test the Patch
Patching Advances in 11i

CLONING
Oracle's Cloning Methods
Other Cloning Tools

CONCURRENT MANAGERS AND CONCURRENT
PROGRAMS
Concurrent Processing
What Are Concurrent Managers and Concurrent
Processing?
Kinds of Concurrent Managers
The Life of a Concurrent Request
Log and Out Files
Reports on Concurrent Managers
Other Useful Reports
Concurrent Processing Files and Tables
Controlling Concurrent Managers
Verify a Manager's Status
Tuning Concurrent Manager Processing
Defining New Managers
Creating Your Own Concurrent Programs
Parallel Concurrent Processing
Considerations
Troubleshooting

AUTOCONFIG, ORACLE APPLICATION
MANAGER, AND OTHER MANAGEMENT
TOOLS
AutoConfig
Oracle Application Management Tools
Oracle Application Manager
Other People's Tools

ODDS AND ENDS
Alerts
Invalid Objects
Gathering Statistics
Performance Issues
Security
Documentation
Backup Often and Verify
Do Not Get Complacent
Oracle Support

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