Item Details

Oracle Financials Handbook

David James, Graham H. Seibert
Format
Book
Published
Berkeley, Calif. : Osborne/McGraw-Hill, c1999.
Language
English
Variant Title
At head of title: Oracle, Oracle Press.
ISBN
0078823757
Contents
  • Part I Getting Started
  • 1 An Overview of Oracle Applications 3
  • Structure and Scope of Oracle Applications 4
  • Accounting Methods 8
  • Operational Control 9
  • Package Families 10
  • What Are the Benefits?
  • Reasons for Implementing Oracle Financials 12
  • What Are Your Objectives? Setting Parameters and Expectations 13
  • Reengineer--Now or Later? 13
  • Which Oracle Architecture Should You Use? 14
  • 2 Implementing Oracle Financials--Essential Concepts 17
  • Capturing the Financial Information Relevant to Your Business 18
  • Flexfields 19
  • Workflow 26
  • Accounting for Transactions 27
  • Meeting the Varied Needs of Complex Organizations 29
  • Organizational Model Within Oracle Applications 30
  • Financials in the Global Businesses Environment 36
  • Creating a Model of Your Business 36
  • Global Financial Applications 39
  • Part II What Can the Package Do?
  • 3 Oracle General Ledger 45
  • Heart of Your Accounting System 46
  • Overview of General Ledger 49
  • Integration with Other Financials Modules 55
  • General Ledger Setup 69
  • Accounting Flexfield Design--Best Practice 75
  • What to Consider 75
  • Good Design Principles 86
  • What to Avoid 90
  • General Ledger Reporting 92
  • Financial Statement Generator 92
  • Oracle Financial Analyzer 100
  • Applications Desktop Integrator (ADI) 102
  • Oracle General Ledger Data Model 102
  • Conversion from Legacy Systems 105
  • 4 Budgeting and Allocations 113
  • Differences Between Financial and Management Accounting 114
  • Limitations of Financial Accounting 115
  • Different Types of Reports 115
  • Bridging the Gap 116
  • Budgeting 116
  • Budgeting Process 117
  • Budgetary Control for Nonprofit Organizations 118
  • Types of Budgets 119
  • Allocations 122
  • Allocation Formulas 122
  • 5 Oracle Payables 127
  • Purposes of a Payables System 128
  • Innovative Uses of Oracle Payables 129
  • An Overview of Payables in Your Business 133
  • Timing Your Liability 134
  • Payables Workflow 134
  • Payables Cycle 137
  • Supplier Data 147
  • Accounting Methods 150
  • Accounting Entries for Payables Transactions 151
  • Integration with Other Financials Modules 155
  • Oracle Payables Data Model 157
  • 6 Oracle Receivables 165
  • Oracle Receivables and Your AR Business Processes 166
  • Creating and Managing the Customer Database 168
  • Customer Profiles 169
  • Customer Account 170
  • Business Purposes 172
  • Transactions 172
  • Invoices 173
  • Tax Considerations 174
  • Automatic Account Generation (AutoAccounting and Flexbuilder) 177
  • Printing Transactions 179
  • Debit Memos 180
  • Credit Memos 180
  • Receipts 181
  • Adjustments 190
  • Commitments 192
  • Customer Follow-Up 195
  • Customer Calls 195
  • Dunning Letters 196
  • Statements 201
  • Integration with Other Modules 202
  • Order Entry 202
  • Projects 204
  • Inventory 204
  • General Ledger 204
  • Receivables Open Interfaces 205
  • Receivables Data Model 207
  • Advanced Features 213
  • Customer Account and Balance Due 214
  • Reconciliation 216
  • Purge Feature 217
  • Receivables Conversion Issues 218
  • 7 Oracle Cash Management 225
  • Need for Cash Management 227
  • Bank Reconciliation 228
  • Cash Forecasting 232
  • Cash Management Interfaces 234
  • Bank Statement Open Interface 234
  • Reconciliation Open Interface 234
  • Forecasting Open Interface 235
  • Cash Management Data Model 235
  • 8 Oracle Assets 239
  • An Overview of Depreciation 240
  • Business Taxes and the Need for Multiple Sets of Books 241
  • Ledger Accounting 242
  • Tagging with Asset Identifiers 243
  • Asset Key Flexfield 245
  • Category Flexfield 245
  • Location Flexfield 247
  • Merger and Acquisition Considerations 249
  • Taxes 249
  • Property Tax Calculation 249
  • Income Tax Calculation 250
  • Leased Assets 255
  • Asset Additionso Cycle 255
  • Capital Budgeting 257
  • Converting to Oracle Assets 257
  • Converting Tax Books 260
  • Trade-offs Between Recordkeeping and Reporting 260
  • 9 Oracle Purchasing 265
  • Purchasing Overview 266
  • Requisitions 267
  • Suppliers 269
  • Supplier Relationships 270
  • Communicating with Suppliers 279
  • Implications of Multi-Org 281
  • Multiple Organizations in Inventory 281
  • Receiving 282
  • Exceptions 283
  • Receipt Routing 284
  • Drop Shipment Receipts 284
  • Productivity versus Security 285
  • Integration with Other Modules 286
  • Payables Integration 287
  • Projects Integration 288
  • Order Entry Integration 288
  • Inventory Integration 288
  • Accounting Issues 289
  • Average and Standard Costing 290
  • Accrual Accounts 290
  • Automatic Account Generation (AutoAccounting and Flexbuilder) 291
  • Implementation 292
  • Converting the Vendor Master 292
  • Converting Transactions 293
  • Converting Purchasing History 295
  • Testing 295
  • Customization 296
  • 10 Oracle Inventory 301
  • Overview of Inventory 302
  • Integration with Other Modules 304
  • Item Setup 305
  • Item Numbers 305
  • Attributes 308
  • Revisions 317
  • Bills of Material 317
  • Grouping Items 319
  • Categories and Category Sets 319
  • Catalogs 322
  • Issues of Volume 323
  • Physical Storage and Management 324
  • Inventory Organizations 324
  • Subinventories 326
  • Locators 327
  • Lot Processing 328
  • Serial Number Processing 329
  • Balances 330
  • Counting 331
  • Forecasting and Demand 339
  • Kanban 341
  • Conversion Issues 342
  • Item Master Conversion 343
  • Transaction Conversion 344
  • Location Conversion 345
  • Accounting Entries for Inventory Transactions 348
  • Additional Accounting Transactions 350
  • Variances 352
  • Average versus Standard Costing 354
  • Nonmaterial Expense Collection 355
  • Setting Standard Costs 356
  • Costing Tables 361
  • Determining Sales Prices 363
  • Project Manufacturing 363
  • Activity-Based Costing 363
  • Planning and Debugging Cost Transactions 364
  • Operation of Oracle Inventory 366
  • Responsibilities 366
  • Interface Manager Processing 367
  • Archiving and Deleting Data 368
  • Advantages of an Open Design 369
  • 11 Oracle Order Entry 373
  • Customer Relationships 375
  • Agreements 376
  • Orders 376
  • Order Types 377
  • Holds and Approvals 377
  • Items in Order Entry 378
  • Available-to-Promise 382
  • Standard Value Rule Sets 382
  • Inquiries 383
  • Shipment Scheduling 383
  • Sales Credits 384
  • Notes and Attachments 385
  • Internal Orders 385
  • RMAs (Return Material Authorizations) 386
  • Oracle Web Customers 388
  • Report Output 388
  • Order Cycle 389
  • Delivery-Based Shipping 390
  • Pick Release 391
  • Ship Confirm 392
  • Backorders 393
  • Drop Shipment 393
  • Pricing 395
  • Applying Prices 396
  • Discounts 396
  • Price List Elements 398
  • Maintaining Price Lists 399
  • GSA Pricing 402
  • Multicurrency Pricing 402
  • Accounting 402
  • Integration with Other Modules 404
  • Integration with Receivables 405
  • Integration with Inventory 406
  • Integration with Purchasing 406
  • Integration with Sales and Marketing 406
  • Conversion Issues 407
  • Order Import 407
  • Responsibilities 408
  • 12 Using Multiple Currencies 411
  • Multicurrency Accounting 412
  • Foreign Currency Transactions 413
  • Revaluation 414
  • Conversion 415
  • Balance Translation 415
  • Euro 415
  • Reporting in Multiple Currencies 417
  • 13 Oracle Self-Service Web Applications 421
  • Oracle's Vision and Direction 422
  • Expressing the Vision Through the Applications 423
  • Overview of Oracle Workflow 423
  • Workflow Architecture 425
  • Improved Relationships 427
  • Integration with Other Financials Modules 428
  • Central Control 429
  • Oracle Self-Service Web Applicationsl 429
  • Oracle Web Customers 430
  • Web Suppliers 432
  • Oracle Web Employees 435
  • Part III Managing and Customizing an Applications Environment
  • 14 Oracle Financials Environment 443
  • Online Operations 445
  • Query Mode 446
  • Data-Entry Mode 447
  • Messages 448
  • Navigation and Special Functions in Forms 449
  • Display Formats 450
  • Multiple Open Windows 452
  • Batch Operations 453
  • Concurrent Manager 453
  • Concurrent Program Parameters 457
  • Report Sets and Report Groups 458
  • Printing and Other Means of Output 459
  • Flexfields 461
  • Key Flexfields 462
  • Descriptive Flexfields 464
  • Contexts 465
  • Flexfield Validation 466
  • Flexfield Security 468
  • Flexfield Definition 469
  • National Language Support (NLS) 472
  • AOL-Level Language Determination 472
  • National Language Support for Reports 473
  • National Language Support for Flexfields 474
  • National Language in Data 474
  • Alerts 474
  • Application Management 476
  • Users and Responsibilities 477
  • Security 479
  • Instances 482
  • File Storage 485
  • Quickcodes and Lookup Types 485
  • Managing the Applications Environment 487
  • Multiple Environments for Development 488
  • Multiple Use of the Applications in Production 491
  • Multi-Org 492
  • Profile Options 494
  • Oracle's Application Implementation Methodology (AIM) 495
  • Hardware Considerations 496
  • Database Server Sizing: Your Processor, Memory, and Disk Space 498
  • Windows 2000 and Unix Operating Systems 502
  • Distribution of Platforms 507
  • Client Side 508
  • Network Links 510
  • 15 Customization and Modification 513
  • Anticipating and Planning Customizations and Modifications 515
  • Risks and Costs in Customization 517
  • Framework for Modifications 520
  • Custom Output 524
  • -- Overview of the Open Interfaces 532
  • Populating the Open Interfaces 534
  • Scripts For Inserting Rows into Standard Tables 538
  • Updating Standard Tables 541
  • Using Descriptive Flexfields 545
  • Customizing Workflows 549
  • Bespoke/Custom Forms 549
  • Messages 552
  • Performance Tuning 553
  • Analysis Process 555
  • User Reference Manuals 556
  • Technical Reference Manuals (TMs) 556
  • Reading Code 556
  • Laboratory Method 559
  • Detailed Table Analysis 561
  • Regression Testing 563
  • Using Regression Tester for Mass Updates 564
  • Document Control 565
  • Log Maintenance 566
  • Configuration Management 573
  • Programming and Documentation Standards 575
  • 16 Project Organization and Management 581
  • Oracle Software as a Step Toward Corporate Maturity 583
  • Spreadsheets versus Project Management Software 584
  • Developing the Project Plan 587
  • Project Budget 589
  • Project Management Hierarchy 591
  • Team Formation 593
  • Functional Team Leads 594
  • Database Administrator 594
  • Programmers 596
  • Sources of Staffing 597
  • Staff Size 598
  • Types of Contracts 599
  • Project Phasing 602
  • Managing Your Relationship with Oracle 602
  • Oracle Releases and Versions 603
  • Resolving Errors: TARs and Patches 604
  • Managing Bug Fixes 606
  • Reference Sources for Oracle Applications 607
  • Applications User References 608
  • AOL References 609
  • Online Help Within the Applications 610
  • Applications Technical References 610
  • Oracle Tools and RDBMS References 612
  • Third-Party Oracle References 613
  • Operating System References 613
  • User's Group Materials 613
  • Managing Implementation Activities 614
  • Written Business Procedures 615
  • Testing 616
  • Configuration Management 621
  • Problem Management 622
  • Quality Assurance 622
  • 17 Data Conversion, Training, and Cutover 625
  • Training Requirements 626
  • Introductory Training 626
  • Technical Training 628
  • Cutover Training 629
  • Data-Conversion Approach 630
  • Data Mapping: Legacy to Oracle 631
  • Conversion Processing and Cleanup 634
  • Conversion Strategies 637
  • Cutover Plan 639
  • Phased Cutover 644
  • Post-Cutover Activity 644
  • Sunsetting the Legacy System 645
  • 18 Live Operation Considerations 649
  • Closing Accounting Periods-Month-End and Year-End 650
  • Year-End 652
  • Subledger Drill-Down and Audit Trails 653
  • Import References Table 653
  • Global Accounting Engine 654
  • Enhanced Auditability Between General Ledger and Subledgers 656
  • Useful Accounting Workarounds 656
  • Cross-Ledger Transactions 656
  • Transfer to Doubtful Debt 659
  • Segment-Level Security 660
  • Flexible Date Format 661
  • Automatic Job Submission 661
  • Matching and Carry-Forward in GL 663
  • Troubleshooting Common Problems 664
  • Identifying Customizations Prior to an Upgrade 665
  • Inability to Close a Period 666
  • Invalid Bank Accounts and EFT Programs 668
  • Mass Update of Customer Information in Receivables 669
  • Mismatched Account Types 670
  • Correcting Data Problems 671
  • Improving Performance in a Live System 672
  • Boosting the Hit Rate of Receivables Lockbox 672
  • Rebuilding Interface Tables 676
  • Running the GL Optimizer 676
  • Concurrent Manager Queue Design 677
  • A Overview of Other Oracle Applications 681
  • Customer Suite 682
  • Oracle Sales Compensation 682
  • Oracle Sales and Marketing 684
  • Oracle Call Center 685
  • Human Resources Suite 685
  • Oracle Human Resources 686
  • Oracle Payroll 688
  • Oracle Training Administration 689
  • Projects Suite 689
  • Oracle Project Time and Expense 692
  • Oracle Project Costing 692
  • Oracle Project Billing 693
  • Oracle Activity Management Gateway 695
  • Oracle Project Connect 695
  • Oracle Project Analysis Collection Pack 696
  • Manufacturing Suite 696
  • Oracle Bill of Materials 697
  • Oracle Engineering 699
  • Oracle Master Production Schedule 699
  • Oracle Material Requirements Planning 700
  • Oracle Work in Process 700
  • Oracle Flow Manufacturing 701
  • Oracle Process Manufacturing (OPM) 701
  • Oracle Service 702
  • Oracle Quality 704.
Description
xxxix, 723 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
Notes
Includes index.
Technical Details
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    g| Part I t| Getting Started -- g| 1 t| An Overview of Oracle Applications g| 3 -- t| Structure and Scope of Oracle Applications g| 4 -- t| Accounting Methods g| 8 -- t| Operational Control g| 9 -- t| Package Families g| 10 -- t| What Are the Benefits? -- t| Reasons for Implementing Oracle Financials g| 12 -- t| What Are Your Objectives? Setting Parameters and Expectations g| 13 -- t| Reengineer--Now or Later? g| 13 -- t| Which Oracle Architecture Should You Use? g| 14 -- g| 2 t| Implementing Oracle Financials--Essential Concepts g| 17 -- t| Capturing the Financial Information Relevant to Your Business g| 18 -- t| Flexfields g| 19 -- t| Workflow g| 26 -- t| Accounting for Transactions g| 27 -- t| Meeting the Varied Needs of Complex Organizations g| 29 -- t| Organizational Model Within Oracle Applications g| 30 -- t| Financials in the Global Businesses Environment g| 36 -- t| Creating a Model of Your Business g| 36 -- t| Global Financial Applications g| 39 -- g| Part II t| What Can the Package Do? -- g| 3 t| Oracle General Ledger g| 45 -- t| Heart of Your Accounting System g| 46 -- t| Overview of General Ledger g| 49 -- t| Integration with Other Financials Modules g| 55 -- t| General Ledger Setup g| 69 -- t| Accounting Flexfield Design--Best Practice g| 75 -- t| What to Consider g| 75 -- t| Good Design Principles g| 86 -- t| What to Avoid g| 90 -- t| General Ledger Reporting g| 92 -- t| Financial Statement Generator g| 92 -- t| Oracle Financial Analyzer g| 100 -- t| Applications Desktop Integrator (ADI) g| 102 -- t| Oracle General Ledger Data Model g| 102 -- t| Conversion from Legacy Systems g| 105 -- g| 4 t| Budgeting and Allocations g| 113 -- t| Differences Between Financial and Management Accounting g| 114 -- t| Limitations of Financial Accounting g| 115 -- t| Different Types of Reports g| 115 -- t| Bridging the Gap g| 116 -- t| Budgeting g| 116 -- t| Budgeting Process g| 117 -- t| Budgetary Control for Nonprofit Organizations g| 118 -- t| Types of Budgets g| 119 -- t| Allocations g| 122 -- t| Allocation Formulas g| 122 -- g| 5 t| Oracle Payables g| 127 -- t| Purposes of a Payables System g| 128 -- t| Innovative Uses of Oracle Payables g| 129 -- t| An Overview of Payables in Your Business g| 133 -- t| Timing Your Liability g| 134 -- t| Payables Workflow g| 134 -- t| Payables Cycle g| 137 -- t| Supplier Data g| 147 -- t| Accounting Methods g| 150 -- t| Accounting Entries for Payables Transactions g| 151 -- t| Integration with Other Financials Modules g| 155 -- t| Oracle Payables Data Model g| 157 -- g| 6 t| Oracle Receivables g| 165 -- t| Oracle Receivables and Your AR Business Processes g| 166 -- t| Creating and Managing the Customer Database g| 168 -- t| Customer Profiles g| 169 -- t| Customer Account g| 170 -- t| Business Purposes g| 172 -- t| Transactions g| 172 -- t| Invoices g| 173 -- t| Tax Considerations g| 174 -- t| Automatic Account Generation (AutoAccounting and Flexbuilder) g| 177 -- t| Printing Transactions g| 179 -- t| Debit Memos g| 180 -- t| Credit Memos g| 180 -- t| Receipts g| 181 -- t| Adjustments g| 190 -- t| Commitments g| 192 -- t| Customer Follow-Up g| 195 -- t| Customer Calls g| 195 -- t| Dunning Letters g| 196 -- t| Statements g| 201 -- t| Integration with Other Modules g| 202 -- t| Order Entry g| 202 -- t| Projects g| 204 -- t| Inventory g| 204 -- t| General Ledger g| 204 -- t| Receivables Open Interfaces g| 205 -- t| Receivables Data Model g| 207 -- t| Advanced Features g| 213 -- t| Customer Account and Balance Due g| 214 -- t| Reconciliation g| 216 -- t| Purge Feature g| 217 -- t| Receivables Conversion Issues g| 218 -- g| 7 t| Oracle Cash Management g| 225 -- t| Need for Cash Management g| 227 -- t| Bank Reconciliation g| 228 -- t| Cash Forecasting g| 232 -- t| Cash Management Interfaces g| 234 -- t| Bank Statement Open Interface g| 234 -- t| Reconciliation Open Interface g| 234 -- t| Forecasting Open Interface g| 235 -- t| Cash Management Data Model g| 235 -- g| 8 t| Oracle Assets g| 239 -- t| An Overview of Depreciation g| 240 -- t| Business Taxes and the Need for Multiple Sets of Books g| 241 -- t| Ledger Accounting g| 242 -- t| Tagging with Asset Identifiers g| 243 -- t| Asset Key Flexfield g| 245 -- t| Category Flexfield g| 245 -- t| Location Flexfield g| 247 -- t| Merger and Acquisition Considerations g| 249 -- t| Taxes g| 249 -- t| Property Tax Calculation g| 249 -- t| Income Tax Calculation g| 250 -- t| Leased Assets g| 255 -- t| Asset Additionso Cycle g| 255 -- t| Capital Budgeting g| 257 -- t| Converting to Oracle Assets g| 257 -- t| Converting Tax Books g| 260 -- t| Trade-offs Between Recordkeeping and Reporting g| 260 -- g| 9 t| Oracle Purchasing g| 265 -- t| Purchasing Overview g| 266 -- t| Requisitions g| 267 -- t| Suppliers g| 269 -- t| Supplier Relationships g| 270 -- t| Communicating with Suppliers g| 279 -- t| Implications of Multi-Org g| 281 -- t| Multiple Organizations in Inventory g| 281 -- t| Receiving g| 282 -- t| Exceptions g| 283 -- t| Receipt Routing g| 284 -- t| Drop Shipment Receipts g| 284 -- t| Productivity versus Security g| 285 -- t| Integration with Other Modules g| 286 -- t| Payables Integration g| 287 -- t| Projects Integration g| 288 -- t| Order Entry Integration g| 288 -- t| Inventory Integration g| 288 -- t| Accounting Issues g| 289 -- t| Average and Standard Costing g| 290 -- t| Accrual Accounts g| 290 -- t| Automatic Account Generation (AutoAccounting and Flexbuilder) g| 291 -- t| Implementation g| 292 -- t| Converting the Vendor Master g| 292 -- t| Converting Transactions g| 293 -- t| Converting Purchasing History g| 295 -- t| Testing g| 295 -- t| Customization g| 296 -- g| 10 t| Oracle Inventory g| 301 -- t| Overview of Inventory g| 302 -- t| Integration with Other Modules g| 304 -- t| Item Setup g| 305 -- t| Item Numbers g| 305 -- t| Attributes g| 308 -- t| Revisions g| 317 -- t| Bills of Material g| 317 -- t| Grouping Items g| 319 -- t| Categories and Category Sets g| 319 -- t| Catalogs g| 322 -- t| Issues of Volume g| 323 -- t| Physical Storage and Management g| 324 -- t| Inventory Organizations g| 324 -- t| Subinventories g| 326 -- t| Locators g| 327 -- t| Lot Processing g| 328 -- t| Serial Number Processing g| 329 -- t| Balances g| 330 -- t| Counting g| 331 -- t| Forecasting and Demand g| 339 -- t| Kanban g| 341 -- t| Conversion Issues g| 342 -- t| Item Master Conversion g| 343 -- t| Transaction Conversion g| 344 -- t| Location Conversion g| 345 -- t| Accounting Entries for Inventory Transactions g| 348 -- t| Additional Accounting Transactions g| 350 -- t| Variances g| 352 -- t| Average versus Standard Costing g| 354 -- t| Nonmaterial Expense Collection g| 355 -- t| Setting Standard Costs g| 356 -- t| Costing Tables g| 361 -- t| Determining Sales Prices g| 363 -- t| Project Manufacturing g| 363 -- t| Activity-Based Costing g| 363 -- t| Planning and Debugging Cost Transactions g| 364 -- t| Operation of Oracle Inventory g| 366 -- t| Responsibilities g| 366 -- t| Interface Manager Processing g| 367 -- t| Archiving and Deleting Data g| 368 -- t| Advantages of an Open Design g| 369 -- g| 11 t| Oracle Order Entry g| 373 -- t| Customer Relationships g| 375 -- t| Agreements g| 376 -- t| Orders g| 376 -- t| Order Types g| 377 -- t| Holds and Approvals g| 377 -- t| Items in Order Entry g| 378 -- t| Available-to-Promise g| 382 -- t| Standard Value Rule Sets g| 382 -- t| Inquiries g| 383 -- t| Shipment Scheduling g| 383 -- t| Sales Credits g| 384 -- t| Notes and Attachments g| 385 -- t| Internal Orders g| 385 -- t| RMAs (Return Material Authorizations) g| 386 -- t| Oracle Web Customers g| 388 -- t| Report Output g| 388 -- t| Order Cycle g| 389 -- t| Delivery-Based Shipping g| 390 -- t| Pick Release g| 391 -- t| Ship Confirm g| 392 -- t| Backorders g| 393 -- t| Drop Shipment g| 393 -- t| Pricing g| 395 -- t| Applying Prices g| 396 -- t| Discounts g| 396 -- t| Price List Elements g| 398 -- t| Maintaining Price Lists g| 399 -- t| GSA Pricing g| 402 -- t| Multicurrency Pricing g| 402 -- t| Accounting g| 402 -- t| Integration with Other Modules g| 404 -- t| Integration with Receivables g| 405 -- t| Integration with Inventory g| 406 -- t| Integration with Purchasing g| 406 -- t| Integration with Sales and Marketing g| 406 -- t| Conversion Issues g| 407 -- t| Order Import g| 407 -- t| Responsibilities g| 408 -- g| 12 t| Using Multiple Currencies g| 411 -- t| Multicurrency Accounting g| 412 -- t| Foreign Currency Transactions g| 413 -- t| Revaluation g| 414 -- t| Conversion g| 415 -- t| Balance Translation g| 415 -- t| Euro g| 415 -- t| Reporting in Multiple Currencies g| 417 -- g| 13 t| Oracle Self-Service Web Applications g| 421 -- t| Oracle's Vision and Direction g| 422 -- t| Expressing the Vision Through the Applications g| 423 -- t| Overview of Oracle Workflow g| 423 -- t| Workflow Architecture g| 425 -- t| Improved Relationships g| 427 -- t| Integration with Other Financials Modules g| 428 -- t| Central Control g| 429 -- t| Oracle Self-Service Web Applicationsl g| 429 -- t| Oracle Web Customers g| 430 -- t| Web Suppliers g| 432 -- t| Oracle Web Employees g| 435 -- g| Part III t| Managing and Customizing an Applications Environment -- g| 14 t| Oracle Financials Environment g| 443 -- t| Online Operations g| 445 -- t| Query Mode g| 446 -- t| Data-Entry Mode g| 447 -- t| Messages g| 448 -- t| Navigation and Special Functions in Forms g| 449 -- t| Display Formats g| 450 -- t| Multiple Open Windows g| 452 -- t| Batch Operations g| 453 -- t| Concurrent Manager g| 453 -- t| Concurrent Program Parameters g| 457 -- t| Report Sets and Report Groups g| 458 -- t| Printing and Other Means of Output g| 459 -- t| Flexfields g| 461 -- t| Key Flexfields g| 462 -- t| Descriptive Flexfields g| 464 -- t| Contexts g| 465 -- t| Flexfield Validation g| 466 -- t| Flexfield Security g| 468 -- t| Flexfield Definition g| 469 -- t| National Language Support (NLS) g| 472 -- t| AOL-Level Language Determination g| 472 -- t| National Language Support for Reports g| 473 -- t| National Language Support for Flexfields g| 474 -- t| National Language in Data g| 474 -- t| Alerts g| 474 -- t| Application Management g| 476 -- t| Users and Responsibilities g| 477 -- t| Security g| 479 -- t| Instances g| 482 -- t| File Storage g| 485 -- t| Quickcodes and Lookup Types g| 485 -- t| Managing the Applications Environment g| 487 -- t| Multiple Environments for Development g| 488 -- t| Multiple Use of the Applications in Production g| 491 -- t| Multi-Org g| 492 -- t| Profile Options g| 494 -- t| Oracle's Application Implementation Methodology (AIM) g| 495 -- t| Hardware Considerations g| 496 -- t| Database Server Sizing: Your Processor, Memory, and Disk Space g| 498 -- t| Windows 2000 and Unix Operating Systems g| 502 -- t| Distribution of Platforms g| 507 -- t| Client Side g| 508 -- t| Network Links g| 510 -- g| 15 t| Customization and Modification g| 513 -- t| Anticipating and Planning Customizations and Modifications g| 515 -- t| Risks and Costs in Customization g| 517 -- t| Framework for Modifications g| 520 -- t| Custom Output g| 524 --
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    t| Overview of the Open Interfaces g| 532 -- t| Populating the Open Interfaces g| 534 -- t| Scripts For Inserting Rows into Standard Tables g| 538 -- t| Updating Standard Tables g| 541 -- t| Using Descriptive Flexfields g| 545 -- t| Customizing Workflows g| 549 -- t| Bespoke/Custom Forms g| 549 -- t| Messages g| 552 -- t| Performance Tuning g| 553 -- t| Analysis Process g| 555 -- t| User Reference Manuals g| 556 -- t| Technical Reference Manuals (TMs) g| 556 -- t| Reading Code g| 556 -- t| Laboratory Method g| 559 -- t| Detailed Table Analysis g| 561 -- t| Regression Testing g| 563 -- t| Using Regression Tester for Mass Updates g| 564 -- t| Document Control g| 565 -- t| Log Maintenance g| 566 -- t| Configuration Management g| 573 -- t| Programming and Documentation Standards g| 575 -- g| 16 t| Project Organization and Management g| 581 -- t| Oracle Software as a Step Toward Corporate Maturity g| 583 -- t| Spreadsheets versus Project Management Software g| 584 -- t| Developing the Project Plan g| 587 -- t| Project Budget g| 589 -- t| Project Management Hierarchy g| 591 -- t| Team Formation g| 593 -- t| Functional Team Leads g| 594 -- t| Database Administrator g| 594 -- t| Programmers g| 596 -- t| Sources of Staffing g| 597 -- t| Staff Size g| 598 -- t| Types of Contracts g| 599 -- t| Project Phasing g| 602 -- t| Managing Your Relationship with Oracle g| 602 -- t| Oracle Releases and Versions g| 603 -- t| Resolving Errors: TARs and Patches g| 604 -- t| Managing Bug Fixes g| 606 -- t| Reference Sources for Oracle Applications g| 607 -- t| Applications User References g| 608 -- t| AOL References g| 609 -- t| Online Help Within the Applications g| 610 -- t| Applications Technical References g| 610 -- t| Oracle Tools and RDBMS References g| 612 -- t| Third-Party Oracle References g| 613 -- t| Operating System References g| 613 -- t| User's Group Materials g| 613 -- t| Managing Implementation Activities g| 614 -- t| Written Business Procedures g| 615 -- t| Testing g| 616 -- t| Configuration Management g| 621 -- t| Problem Management g| 622 -- t| Quality Assurance g| 622 -- g| 17 t| Data Conversion, Training, and Cutover g| 625 -- t| Training Requirements g| 626 -- t| Introductory Training g| 626 -- t| Technical Training g| 628 -- t| Cutover Training g| 629 -- t| Data-Conversion Approach g| 630 -- t| Data Mapping: Legacy to Oracle g| 631 -- t| Conversion Processing and Cleanup g| 634 -- t| Conversion Strategies g| 637 -- t| Cutover Plan g| 639 -- t| Phased Cutover g| 644 -- t| Post-Cutover Activity g| 644 -- t| Sunsetting the Legacy System g| 645 -- g| 18 t| Live Operation Considerations g| 649 -- t| Closing Accounting Periods-Month-End and Year-End g| 650 -- t| Year-End g| 652 -- t| Subledger Drill-Down and Audit Trails g| 653 -- t| Import References Table g| 653 -- t| Global Accounting Engine g| 654 -- t| Enhanced Auditability Between General Ledger and Subledgers g| 656 -- t| Useful Accounting Workarounds g| 656 -- t| Cross-Ledger Transactions g| 656 -- t| Transfer to Doubtful Debt g| 659 -- t| Segment-Level Security g| 660 -- t| Flexible Date Format g| 661 -- t| Automatic Job Submission g| 661 -- t| Matching and Carry-Forward in GL g| 663 -- t| Troubleshooting Common Problems g| 664 -- t| Identifying Customizations Prior to an Upgrade g| 665 -- t| Inability to Close a Period g| 666 -- t| Invalid Bank Accounts and EFT Programs g| 668 -- t| Mass Update of Customer Information in Receivables g| 669 -- t| Mismatched Account Types g| 670 -- t| Correcting Data Problems g| 671 -- t| Improving Performance in a Live System g| 672 -- t| Boosting the Hit Rate of Receivables Lockbox g| 672 -- t| Rebuilding Interface Tables g| 676 -- t| Running the GL Optimizer g| 676 -- t| Concurrent Manager Queue Design g| 677 -- g| A t| Overview of Other Oracle Applications g| 681 -- t| Customer Suite g| 682 -- t| Oracle Sales Compensation g| 682 -- t| Oracle Sales and Marketing g| 684 -- t| Oracle Call Center g| 685 -- t| Human Resources Suite g| 685 -- t| Oracle Human Resources g| 686 -- t| Oracle Payroll g| 688 -- t| Oracle Training Administration g| 689 -- t| Projects Suite g| 689 -- t| Oracle Project Time and Expense g| 692 -- t| Oracle Project Costing g| 692 -- t| Oracle Project Billing g| 693 -- t| Oracle Activity Management Gateway g| 695 -- t| Oracle Project Connect g| 695 -- t| Oracle Project Analysis Collection Pack g| 696 -- t| Manufacturing Suite g| 696 -- t| Oracle Bill of Materials g| 697 -- t| Oracle Engineering g| 699 -- t| Oracle Master Production Schedule g| 699 -- t| Oracle Material Requirements Planning g| 700 -- t| Oracle Work in Process g| 700 -- t| Oracle Flow Manufacturing g| 701 -- t| Oracle Process Manufacturing (OPM) g| 701 -- t| Oracle Service g| 702 -- t| Oracle Quality g| 704.
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