Wednesday Jan 28, 2015

Personalize Your Mobile Apps!

Sometimes personalizations make an app feel like your own. Did you know that you can personalize pages in Mobile Supply Chain Applications 12.1+? For more information, see Question 5 in note MSCA Installation Steps / FAQ (Doc ID 274034.1).



So, you're down the road. You decided to personalized your mobile pages and the task is long completed. It really simplifed your processes because it reduced the amount of information that needed to be verified in mobile. You also defaulted some fields based on your facility business rules. The personalizations are working really well. Then one day you need to create a new mobile instance because of changes to mobile apps.  It hits you out-of-the-blue..."how can I find out which mobile pages we personalized?" You cross your fingers that there is a simple process to find mobile personalizations. Well again have no fear, the Inventory Blog Team will point you to the solution.

Mobile personalizations can easily be determine by following the steps in How To Find Out What Mobile Pages Have Been Personalized in Oracle instance (Doc ID 1938009.1). It's that easy. We hope you enjoy the expediency provided by mobile page personalizations!

Thursday Oct 16, 2014

Mobile Sales Orders

With Oracle Mobile Sales Orders for Oracle E-Business Suite, sales staff can view the latest customer sales order status and take action while on the go!!

You can download Oracle E-Business Suite smartphone applications directly from the Apple Store and run them on Oracle Business Suite 12.1.3 or 12.2 (12.2.3 or above). 

For additional details on Mobile Apps, refer to Mobile Apps for Oracle E-Business Suite or Oracle E-Business Suite Mobile Apps, Release 12.1 and 12.2 Documentation (Doc ID 1641772.1).  



Friday Aug 22, 2014

Announcing Oracle Mobile Timecards for Oracle E-Business Suite, Release 12.1 and Release 12.2


Oracle E-Business Suite Development is pleased to announce the availability of Oracle Mobile Timecards for Oracle E-Business Suite iPhone application.  With this new mobile app, users can record time on the go, and quickly submit timecards to ensure that downstream processes like Payroll, Projects Costing and Vendor Settlements are executed on time. Key features include:

  • Enter time day-wise for easy time booking
  • Enter time in Quick Time or Regular Time modes
  • Support Payroll and Projects based time entry
  • Aggregate day-wise entries into timecard periods
  • Submit and view timecards while on the go

Oracle Mobile Timecards for Oracle E-Business Suite is currently available on OS, and Android availability is planned. It is available to Oracle E-Business Suite customers as part of an existing Oracle Time and Labor product license; no new "mobile" license is required.


Download Availability

You can download Oracle E-Business Suite Smartphone Applications directly from the Apple Store and run them on Oracle Business Suite 12.1.3 or 12.2.3 – the same client-side code runs with either release:

iTunes link: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/oracle-timecards-for-oracle/id883064245?mt=8

 For each app, an administrator performs a simple, one-time ennoblement using server-side patches. For deployment instructions, see Oracle E-Business Suite Mobile Apps, Release 12.1 and 12.2 Documentation (Note 1641772.1).

Demo Availability  

Support for demo-ING in GS environments will be available shortly. A demo preview of Oracle Mobile Timecards for Oracle E-Business Suite is available here.


Configured Layouts on Mobile Timecards

Note.1671889.1 Mobile Timecard Layout Configuration Whitepaper for OTL Mobile Time Entry


Monday Nov 25, 2013

Mobile Field Service: Store and Forward Training

Back in July we told you about the new multi-platform functionality available for Mobile Field Service Store and Forward Multiple Platforms.  This solution allows field service technicians to remotely access customer, product, service request and task related information on mobile devices.  Technicians can continue to update their tasks, capture materials, time, expense details, access inventory levels, return, transfer and request parts, regardless of the internet connectivity and synchronize when they are online.

The details of implementing and using the MFS Multiple Platforms application are explained in Doc ID 1564644.1 but now there is also available a recorded presentation available : R12.1.3+ TOI: Implement and Use Mobile Field Service - Multi Platform Applications

The presentation covers:

  • General overview
  • Technology overview
  • Feature overview
  • Implementation tips
  • Troubleshooting tips
  • Upgrade path.

Tune in and hear the details of what's new and changed, direct from Development. 

Wednesday Jul 17, 2013

Mobile Field Service Store and Forward Multiple Platforms

The Mobile Field Service Store and Forward Multiple Platform application allows field service technicians to remotely access customer, product, service request and task related information on mobile devices.  Technicians can continue to update their tasks, capture materials, time, expense details, access inventory levels, return, transfer and request parts, regardless of the internet connectivity and synchronize when they are online. 

This solution integrates data across the Enterprise and Mobile devices through secure channels. This highly optimized solution runs on most of the mobile platforms and form factors that are available in the market. The Multiple Platform application runs in hybrid model that allows technicians to leverage more features when there is connectivity.  The application is available currently on iOS and Android platforms.

In contrast with the current Oracle Mobile Field Service Store and Forward application, the Multiple Platform application does not utilize Oracle Lite server as the middle tier server to synchronize data.  Instead, it uses the Representational State Transfer (REST) APIs to synchronize data between the server and the client database.

Store and Forward on iPhone

If you want to know more see Doc ID 1564644.1 for details of how to use and implement this new feature.

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