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Oracle Apps Functional Online Training

Oracle Apps Functional Online Training by Kbs training institute with real time expert and well 10+ experienced faculty globally like USA, UK, Singapore, Canada,Dubai,India,Malaysia,Bangalore.
Oracle Apps Functional course, you will learn the concepts and working examples for 11i/ R12 Framework and Oracle workflow across distinct Financial Modules in Oracle E-Business Suite. All the above concepts are coated with practical details of future technology in E-Business Suite. The Oracle Projects Functional training covers an entire Oracle Projects area such as Project Accounting, Project Management and Project Billing and interfaces with other Oracle EBS modules. The above course offers complete overview of each of the functional areas in Oracle project management. It covers all the set-ups required for each of the functional areas in Oracle Projects and provides complete overview of all Projects, Tasks and other functionality which is vital for any successful projects implementation.
The Financial module is divided into the following sub-modules:
1. Accounts Payable Module.
2. Accounts Receivable Module.
3. General Ledger Module.
4. Cash Management Module.
5. Fixed Assets Module.

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KBS Training Institute
Mythrivanam Backside,
Ameerpet, Hyderabad-18.

Mail : info@kbstraining.com
kbstraininghyd@gmail.com

Phone : +919848677004
Web : http://www.kbstraining.com/oracle/oracle-apps-functional.html
Asked by john albert | Jan 26, 2015 |  Reply now
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View Aliya Saif Khan 's Profile
Since Oracle has more configurations to do during setup/installation, this task it usually left to the Oracle DBA. SQL server is much easier to install for a windows server admin due to the similarities (Microsoft). This easy SQL installation process is also one of the greatest problems. The windows server admin pops in the DVD, installs SQL and thinks "These SQL DBAs don't do anything". Due to this kind of administration by non-DBAs, there are a lot of breakages in SQL server during production operations. This is what leads to the conclusion: Oracle is much stabler that SQL.

For Oracle, the server admin installs the OS and the Oracle DBA does the DB install. Two professionals required. For SQL server, sometimes the server admin gets excited and carries on with the SQL install (not a good practice). One professional used. This makes it look like Oracle is harder/complex than SQL server. Although the non-DBA who installed SQL will never take ownership when a problem arises and the solution to the SQL problem is not the first result in a google search.

Since Oracle is installed by an informed oracle DBA they can configure and administer it the way it should be. Thus giving an acceptable up-time and throughput. Meanwhile the SQL server has to choke on its own fragmented VLFs as the server admin put the data files, log file, and tempdb on the C drive with the OS and pagefile. This give the impression of an Oracle DBA working harder that a SQL server DBA.

Oracle DBAs have to be familiar with different OSes. I will give them the credit for that. But the basics of Oracle remains the same and so is the administration. I have administered Oracle on HP-UX and on Linux. There is a small learning curve to it, but that is the fun part of working in IT. Also the learning curve is basically for login and directory navigation and a few other basic commands. Once you get to the Oracle console (or fire up OEM), it is all the same regardless of OS. Please note that everything above is just my opinionated answer to the question asked.

Oct 22, 2018
View sharon Maxwell 's Profile
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Sep 26, 2017