Tuesday Jan 14, 2014

Setting Up Collection Territory Assignments in EBS CRM R12

A crucial part of setting up Oracle Sales is the set up and use of territories.  In the Oracle Telesales Implementation Guide, the steps to create territories exist for a number of territory types, including postal code, area code, and company size.  Recently a new MOS note was created that shows users how to set up territories based on Customer, Account and Bill-To Levels. This note also has some helpful troubleshooting techniques, once the territories are set up, at the end of the note.  Take a look a Doc ID 1606625.1, this is a great note that goes step by step to show how to set up territories.  It includes screen shots and troubleshooting scripts to help with the process.

Webcast: Answers To Frequently Asked Questions About COGS / DCOGS

Webcast_icon.jpgWebcast: Answers To Frequently Asked Questions About COGS / DCOGS

Date: February 11, 2014 at 11:00 am ET, 9:00 am MT, 4:00 pm GMT, 9:30 pm IST

This one-hour Advisor Webcast is recommended for technical and functional users who work in Manufacturing and Financial modules in Oracle, and will discuss frequently asked questions accumulated for both functional and technical aspects of the COGS / DCOGS product area, generic scripts, and datafixes.

For answers on your COGS / DCOGS questions, join us on 11-Feb-14 for the Answers To Frequently Asked Questions About COGS / DCOGS.

Topics will include:

  • We can capture detailed table level information from INV, WIP and SLA tables for all the unprocessed transactions in a single file.
  • FAQ in COGS area
  • Specific Issue identification scripts and specific datafixes
  • Addressing the performance issue and functionality related code fixes in the COGS area by providing collective recommended patch list.

Details & Registration: Doc ID 1609522.1


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