Category: E-Business Suite

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Georgia Oracle Users Group – Reboot

Looking for an Oracle User Group home in Atlanta? I want to re-introduce everyone to the Georgia Oracle Users Group (GaOUG).  For over 20 years, this group has been laser focused on supporting the DBA community in the metro Atlanta area by hosting monthly educational meetings where individuals, both members and non-members presented on topics of …

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Using Shell Scripts as Concurrent Programs in EBS

Using Shell Scripts as Concurrent Programs in EBS Recently, I started looking at way to address a scheduling problem when moving files associated with our business partners. We currently have a three step process: Schedule a Concurrent Program to produce a file Set up a cronjob to schedule a shell script to move and archive …

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XML/BI Publisher in Oracle EBS – Bye Bye Discoverer

All good things must come to an end.  It has been a long run with plenty of ups and downs.  Getting Discoverer rolled out was one of my first tasks as I embarked upon my +Oracle E-Business Suite journey.  Alas, we are saying our final goodbyes to Discoverer.  This however opens new doors to address our reporting …

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Auto End Date Separated Employees

A little while back, there was some concern that employees were being terminated in #Oracle E-Business Suite, but there was no process to ensure that those former employees couldn’t log back into EBS.  This particular environment did not leverage any SSO technologies to manage user access, so each System Administrator was responsible for managing that …