Oracle E-Business Suite VM Install and Developer Essentials
Oracle E-Business Suite VM Install and Developer Essentials, Install Oracle EBS 12.2.10 Vision on Virtual Machine, run it locally and learn developer and functional topics around it.
Oracle E-Business Suite (EBS) is a set of combined business applications that are provided by Oracle. It’s often referred to as, Oracle EBS, Oracle ERP or E-Biz. It consists of multiple enterprise applications that help large businesses with all kinds of processes in fields of Finance, Human Resources, Supply Chain, Procurement, Order Management, Warehouse Management, Resource Planning, Expenses, Customer Relations, Leave & Absence, Reporting and much more, with the ability to extend the system according to customer needs.
EBS is used across the globe by large number of big companies and has a long term support from Oracle.
Participants of this course will learn how to have fully running Oracle e-Business Suite instance on their own machine over Virtual Machine. This Virtual instance will also have sample data with which users can play around, test it and develop around it. The course guides participants in depth with steps to have this instance running on their machine with step-by-step resources.
Even if you have access to some development or test environment where e-Business Suite is present you can benefit from this course as it covers various development and functional topics.
The course covers creating custom tops, how to get around must know EBS functionalities, creating concurrent programs from scratch, more advanced topics around Concurrent Programs, migration of extensions between environments, about different EBS components and how to create them, Workflows with Workflow Builder, Oracle Application Framework with jDeveloper, Building reports with XML Publisher, even Oracle Apex and how to connect it to EBS.
So regardless if you are developer, functional person, database administrator or just curious regarding Oracle e-Business Suite, you can find something for yourself.