Oracle E-Business Suite 11i: Implementing Core Financial Applications / Edition 1by Susan Foster
Pub. Date: 10/25/2001
Oracle is the second largest software company in the world, second only to SAP in ERP vendors. Now, after five years, Oracle has come out with the newest release of their ERP system, version 11i. The "i" represents Oracle's first presentation of its applications in Internet form, one in which the concept of
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Oracle is the second largest software company in the world, second only to SAP in ERP vendors. Now, after five years, Oracle has come out with the newest release of their ERP system, version 11i. The "i" represents Oracle's first presentation of its applications in Internet form, one in which the concept of specific forms loaded as clients or as dumb terminals is replaced by a commitment to industry standard Internet form that should be accessible by anyone, anywhere. This book explains in clear language for financial as well as IT professionals how to utilize Oracle applications to retrieve information.
Oracle E-Business Suite 11i: Implementing Core Financial Applications will walk the reader through the process of the Oracle 11i upgrade/conversion and provide a tutorial path for navigating through financials. Its step-by-step guidance shortens the implementation process by providing the menu paths of the actual package and in-depth descriptions of how to use the screens as well as explanations of such user-friendly aspects as customizing the program for individual use.
Whether your company has been a dedicated Oracle customer or is considering adopting the powerful capabilities of this latest version, Oracle E-Business Suite 11i: Implementing Core Financial Applications will help you quickly master the program and turn it into one of your business's most powerful back-office tools.
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Table of Contents
Oracle Application Methodology.
Chapter 1. Concepts.
Oracle E-Business Suite 11i Integration.
Chapter 2. Oracle Applications Navigation.
Accessing Oracle Applications.
Data Entry Mode.
Chapter 3. Setting Up Oracle Applications.
System Administrator Step 1.1: Responsibility.
System Administrator Step 1.2: User.
System Administrator Step 1.3: Printer.
System Administrator Step 1.4: Profile Values.
System Administrator Step 1.5: Concurrent Processes.
Chapter 4. Flexfields.
Accounting Flexfields Step 2.1: Setup.
Accounting Flexfields Step 2.2: Values.
Accounting Flexfields Step 2.3: Cross-Validation Rules.
Chapter 5. General Ledger.
Using General Ledger.
General Ledger Step 3.1: Calendar.
General Ledger Step 3.2: Set of Books.
General Ledger Step 3.3: Profile Values.
General Ledger Step 3.4: Intercompany Account.
General Ledger Step 3.5: Open Period.
Inquiry and Reporting.
Chapter 6. Multi-Org.
Multi-Org Step 4.1: Human Resources User Profile.
Multi Org Step 4.2: Locations.
Multi Org Step 4.3: Organizations.
Multi Org Step 4.4: Responsibilities.
Multi Org Step 4.5: Profile Values.
Multi Org Step 4.6: Adamin.
Multi Org Step 4.7: Other Profile Values.
Chapter 7. Payables.
Payables Step 5.1: Lookup Codes.
Payables Step 5.2: Select Set of Books.
Payables Step 5.3: Profile Values.
Payables Step 5.4: Payment Terms.
Payables Step 5.5: Financial Options.
Payables Step 5.6: Expense Report Template.
Payables Step 5.7: Bank Accounts.
Payables Step 5.8: Payables Options.
Payables Step 5.9: Reporting Entities.
Payables Step 5.10: Open Period.
Matching to Purchasing.
Employee Expense Report.
Inquiry and Reporting.
Chapter 8. Receivables.
Receivables Step 6.1: Flexfields.
Receivables Step 6.2: System Options.
Receivables Step 6.3: Payment Terms.
Receivables Step 6.4: Open Period.
Receivables Step 6.5: AutoAccounting.
Receivables Step 6.6: Transaction Types: Credit Memos.
Receivables Step 6.7: Transaction Source.
Receivables Step 6.8: Collectors.
Receivables Step 6.9: Approval Limits.
Receivables Step 6.10: Receivable Activities.
Receivables Step 6.11: Bank Accounts.
Receivables Step 6.12: Receipt Classes and Payment Methods.
Receivables Step 6.13: Receipt Sources.
Receivables Step 6.14: Statement Cycles.
Receivables Step 6.15: Profile Values.
Receivables Step 6.16: Customer Profile Class.
Receivables Step 6.17: Customers.
Receivables Step 6.18: Remit-to Addresses.
Receivables Step 6.19: (Standard) Memo Lines.
Receivables Step 6.20: Tax Codes.
Inquiry and Reporting.
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