[Dec. 1, 2015 Update: Added 64-bit certification]
We are pleased to announce that Microsoft Office 2016 is certified with Oracle E-Business Suite Release 12.1.3. For details, see:
This certification covers Office running in 32-bit and 64-bit mode.
Microsoft Office 2016 desktop version is certified for integration with Oracle E-Business Suite Releases 12.1.3 for the following desktop client operating systems:
How does the E-Business Suite work with Microsoft Office?
The Oracle E-Business Suite is comprised of several product families such as Financials, Supply Chain Management, Human Resources, and so on. These product families group together collections of individual products. Some of these products may be optionally integrated with one or more Microsoft Office components such as Excel, Word, and Projects. Individual E-Business Suite product teams have the option of building integrations between their products and one or more Microsoft Office components. This is not mandatory. Over forty E-Business Suite teams offer these kinds of Office integrations today. Examples of these integrations include:
Support implications: We will attempt to reproduce issues reported on other editions on our reference edition -- Office 2016 Professional. Issues that cannot be reproduced will be handled on a case-by-case basis. For example, issues that can only be reproduced on, say, Office Home & Student 2016 but cannot be reproduced on Office Professional 2016 will be handled on a case-by-case basis.
The following certifications for Office 2016 are currently underway:
Oracle's Revenue Recognition rules prohibit us from discussing certification and release dates, but you're welcome to monitor or subscribe to this blog.
What about OpenOffice, StarOffice, LibreOffice? We have no plans to certify the E-Business Suite with versions of OpenOffice, StarOffice, LibreOffice, or other equivalents.Related Articles
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