Thursday Aug 20, 2009

PPM Automation using Events

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Friday Aug 14, 2009

Getting started with Events for Automation in Agile PLM 9.3

As you have seen in some of the other Blog posts, Agile PLM 9.3 has added an Events system that enables automation of many tasks while preserving our ease of enabling upgrades. The new Events system works with our embedded Groovy scripting and new notifications templates to create a very flexible tool to extend Agile PLM functionality. We remain a PLM which can be implemented through configuration in Admin without having to build all of your processes in a toolkit, but the Events capability allows our customers to extend our configuration to better support their specific usage and to tie together related business processes. The remainder of this post will go through an example of using the new Events system for the first time. [Read More]

Monday Aug 03, 2009

Customizing Product Compliance processes using Events

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Tuesday Jul 07, 2009

Customizing Product Costing processes using Events

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Wednesday Jul 01, 2009

Accelerated Product Compliance in Agile PLM 9.3

With 9.3, customers have the ability to configure whether the application should do a "full" compliance rollup or a "quick" compliance rollup. That is, whether the application should calculate compliance for all the shippable items in the system or only for the "impacted" shippable items. Impacted items are the ones that have undergone changes that could cause a change in compliance (for e.g., the BOM or AML gets changed, compliance of a component in the assembly gets changed etc). So, what mode to use in order to achieve better performance in compliance rollup?[Read More]

Wednesday Jun 24, 2009

More about Agile PLM 9.3 - TOIs, What's New, and UX Blog

There is a lot of content being delivered by Oracle with Agile PLM 9.3. First, the Oracle Usable Apps blog has a new post about Agile: Agile 9.3 Product Lifecycle Management Pushes Productivity to New Heights which covers some of our updated Web Client productivity features. Oracle is also releasing 27 Transfer of Information (TOI) recordings by product mangers which discuss the new features in 9.3 along with a What's New document. Continue past the break for more information on how to access this content.[Read More]

Friday Nov 07, 2008

Is Agile PLM certified on VMWare?

Oracle has not certified any of its products (including Agile PLM) on VMware virtualized environments. However, customers can deploy Oracle products on VMWare.[Read More]

Wednesday Oct 22, 2008

Best Practice Series: PLM Information - Organize, Formalize and Learn

Project Management in any organization and context involves managing issues, risks and action items as well as maintaining and storing non-structured information arising out of discussions and meetings. Project Management in the context of Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) focuses on Product Development Processes (PDP) and basically a creative yet rigorous process. The creative aspect of PDP projects results in a lot of non-structured information being created especially in the early design stages of a product. The rigorous aspect, on the other hand, dictates that you organize non-structured information in a form that is easily accessible and can be leveraged in the future. 'Learning from failure' is just as important as learning from success. This blog post talks about some of the best practices that you can incorporate into your existing PPM deployment to effectively organize your non-structured PLM information.[Read More]

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