So here we are then!

Okay – I’m submitting to the calls of narcissism and writing a blog. For those who are actually interested in the Oracle EBusiness Suite it may prove mildly entertaining, for all normal people I apologise in advance and suggest you set your alarm to wake you in about half an hour.

This week’s grand adventure – had to work out what on earth is in the latest release of Report Manager and get a straight answer on “is this really available or just vapourware”? – the answer, for those who care is…. yes, it’s there, it’s a patch on 11.5.10, prereqs include a patch to the framework so not for the fainthearted but it does deliver actually the long promised Request Centre functionality from desktop ADI in the web-enabled format…. now if they can just get around to doing a GL Budget Upload in Web ADI we can throw the client-server ADI install CDs on a ceremonial bonfire! 🙂

Have a great day!

7 thoughts on “So here we are then!

  1. Nice to have another oracle functional blog around Jo. I’ve posted about your blog here http://www.oracleappsblog.com/index.php/weblog/confessions-oracle-apps-consultant-new-oracle-applications-blog-jo-davis/

    Regards

    Richard Byrom
    http://www.oracleappsblog.com

  2. Oh.. and before I forget… the patch is Oracle Report Manager Mini-pack 11i.FRM.G (3761838).

  3. I really enjoyed the content on your blog about Ebusiness will be back very frequently! I actually have my own Ebusiness Exposed blog with all kinds of stuff in it. You�re welcome to com by

  4. Anonymous

    Hi Jo,

    Do you have any operating procedure to get the Report Manager to get web based reports ?

  5. Anonymous

    Do you know that there is a great product available, that negates the need for development of FSG’s – it is called the GL Wand and is great ! To find out more: http://www.excel4apps.com

  6. Jo

    Nice blog, you would be surprised how many people are interested in this stuff.

    I still miss character mode, I could enter an invoice in AP, approve and pay it in about 30 seconds with my eyes closed. Made for quick testing.

    David
    blog:davidhaimes.wordpress.com

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