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  • April 23, 2019

Which EBS Release Was That Feature Added In?

Robert Farrington
Applications Technology Integration

We are sometimes asked how to find out what new features are in a particular release of Oracle E-Business Suite, or perhaps which release saw the introduction of a certain feature.

Such information is certainly published (and indeed for legal reasons must be available), but it may not always be obvious where to look for what you need. This article points you at three documents that each, in its own specific way, offers comprehensive guidance to what's published where.

All three documents are available on My Oracle Support:

Differences Between the Documents

The Release Content Document provides insight into new features available with the various 12.2.x RUPs. The top-level RCD includes extensive links to product-specific RCDs, for ease of review and searching by product.

The Information Center is for when you have a good idea of what you are looking for, but are not sure where it can be found. For example, release notes pertaining to a particular EBS release, or perhaps a Readme. The documents listed here provide an authoritative and comprehensive resource for finding out exactly what changes were made in which release.

The Technology Stack Documentation Roadmap  was specifically designed as an easy to use quick reference guide that will help you find documentation (such as a MOS note about a certain feature) as fast as possible - you don't need to know the name of the note, or even that it exists. Simply look in the section of interest (such as external integrations) and see what's available.

So feel free to bookmark these three MOS notes in readiness for when you need to find something quickly. And remember there are many other documents that supplement them: one such example was the subject of another recent article in this blog, and is listed for your convenience in the Related Articles section below.

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