Lease Management Modules Supported for DMZs

[Editor Apr 30 Update:  Overloaded acronyms... >sigh<   Corrected entry from Oracle Learning Management to Oracle Lease Management.  Support is only for Release 11i presently.]

Two new Oracle Lease Management (OKL) modules in the Financials product family are now certified for external use in demilitarized zone (DMZ) configurations:

  • Customer Self-Service
  • Vendor Self-Service
These certifications apply to E-Business Suite Release 11i and are available for immediate deployment for production Apps environments.  For more details, see the DMZ documentation below.

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Quite correct, Thierry.&nbsp; That was a residual error from my the original HR references to OLM.&nbsp; I just corrected this.Regards,Steven&nbsp;

Posted by Steven Chan on April 30, 2007 at 06:34 AM PDT #

OKL is part of Finance, OTL belongs to Human Resources.

Posted by thierry on April 30, 2007 at 09:20 AM PDT #

Hi,

We have already implemented iRecruiment product for external world, now we are planning to go for iSupplier module for external world.
Do we require to different setup for isupplier and different for iRecruitment like server , file system etc. or can we use iRecruitment external server and link to iSupplier.

How can we use different domain names for both external products but same external server and file system?

Your guidance highly appreciated!!

Thanks,
Kalpit

Posted by kalpit on May 03, 2007 at 10:36 AM PDT #

Kalpit,I don't have a lot of personal experience with iSupplier, but it should be technically feasible to put iSupplier on the same physical server as iRecruitment.&nbsp; You'll want to ensure that that server has sufficient capacity and space to handle the incremental requirements, of course.If you wish to give your iSupplier instance a different domain name, you'll have to contact your IT/networking department to see whether your router can handle virtual IPs.&nbsp; These are supported by the E-Business Suite but capabilities of various networking hardware vary widely.&nbsp; For more information about virtual IPs and the E-Business Suite, see this article:Loopbacks, Virtual IPs &amp; the E-Business SuiteRegards,Steven

Posted by Steven Chan on May 04, 2007 at 04:34 AM PDT #

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