Thursday Dec 06, 2012

Procurement Community Live Chat December 13th on Implementing AME with Purchase Orders

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Do you still have questions on setting up the Approval Management Engine (AME) for Purchase Orders after attending the AME Webcast? Or maybe you are new to this topic and need more information?  Don’t miss our Procurement Community Live Chat on December 13th from 7:00 am to 11:00 am EST. Proactive Support and Development will be available to answer questions.

You can access the main Oracle Communities page at http://communities.oracle.com (If you are enrolled, the Procurement community will be listed on your left.   If you're not already enrolled in the Procurement community, you can do so by clicking on the link Edit Subscriptions).

OR you can use these alternative steps:

From "My Oracle Support" as follows:

    Log into My Oracle Support.
    Click on the 'Community' link at the top of the page.
    Click in 'Find a Community' field and enter Procurement.
    Double click on Procurement in the list.
    Click on the 'Create a Community Post' button and submit your question.

Then in the ‘Procurement Featured Discussions’ section, drill down on the following thread and post your question.  We are looking forward to hearing from you!


Check Out The New Search Helper For 'Adpatch' Utility

Have you seen the new Search Helper for problems and documentation relating to the 'adpatch' utility?   Check out the details in Doc ID 1502809.1.

The Search Helper presents you with a wizard-like interface where you select the task you are attempting, the symptoms or errors you are hitting and arrives at a targeted list of solutions based on that information.  This is a simple and quick way of searching for any issues that you are having with adpatch.

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How to use this tool:

1. Select the intent or task that is failing.

2. A list of known symptoms (or facts) associated with the task will display under the section "In addition the following occurs".

3. As you select symptoms the solutions section will populate (and change as you select or deselect).

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