Friday May 30, 2014
Monday Apr 21, 2014
By Rick Finley-Oracle on Apr 21, 2014
Thank you to Chocks Subramanian for putting this together!
Business Objects defined with XML schemas in PSRM can be extended to include custom data elements. These custom data extension elements are in XML format in a Business Object extension column, which is a CLOB data type in the database. When accessing this information through the PSRM application, always use the Business Object, which is easy to interact which. However, if you need to interact directly with the database (rather than the application), there are a number of ways you can access Business Object extension data stored in XML format in the BO data extension column (CLOB datatype). Of the many methods, this job aide is to provide a recommendation to use materialized view to flatten the xml element into relational column. The materialized view will be created with all the elements from the CLOB data that are required for reporting and the query predicates. To improve the performance further, indexes can be created on the columns of materialized view.
This job aid has addition information on the recommended approach:
Friday Apr 18, 2014
Thursday Apr 10, 2014
By user722699 on Apr 10, 2014
Converting the data from legacy application to Oracle Public Sector Revenue Management application is tedious process. It requires a good understanding of PSRM data model and how tables and fields are mapped to legacy entities. Once the data is mapped it needs to be loaded to staging tables, validated and moved to PSRM production tables.
To learn how Conversion Tool helps with this task listen to this overview.
Tuesday Apr 08, 2014
By Rick Finley-Oracle on Apr 08, 2014
A number of PSRM implementers have asked about the new Attachments functionality in Oracle PSRM. This has been added to the PSRM product training, and the following gives an overview of how it works.
Wednesday Apr 02, 2014
By Paula Speranza-Hadley on Apr 02, 2014
Friday Mar 28, 2014
By Wes Curtis-Oracle on Mar 28, 2014
Monday Mar 03, 2014
By user722699 on Mar 03, 2014
The Oracle Public Sector Revenue Management Self Service architecture includes world class Oracle technology products, such as Oracle WebCenter, Oracle Application Development Framework, Oracle SOA Business Process Execution Language (BPEL), Oracle Content Managment and Oracle Policy Automation. To learn about the role each plays in overall solution, how they fit and work together listen to this recording.
Thursday Feb 27, 2014
By Paula Speranza-Hadley on Feb 27, 2014
Implementations typically need to establish performance goals that the system will need to meet. At times these goals come from customer requirements in the form of Service Level Agreements (SLA). When establishing performance goals, we use a set of “default” performance requirements, and any change from that (higher or lower) is an exception, usually based on the weight or complexity of the transaction. Forms Validations and Posting is an example of an exception. The implementation team will have to be careful about applying the general rules to everything.[Read More]
Thursday Jan 30, 2014
By Paula Speranza-Hadley on Jan 30, 2014
By Paula Speranza-Hadley on Jan 30, 2014
Wednesday Jan 08, 2014
By Paula Speranza-Hadley on Jan 08, 2014
Just a quick note to current PSRM implementers and customers: We have added support for IE 9 in compatibility mode for PSRM 2.4.0 and ETPM 2.3.1.
ETPM 2.3.1 and PSRM 2.4.0 currenlty support IE 7 and 8 in native mode and IE 9 in compatibility mode.
Thursday Jan 02, 2014
By OTA Product Manger on Jan 02, 2014
We are pleased to announce the general availability of Oracle Tax Analytics v184.108.40.206 UI Portuguese.
Language Patch Download:
To download the Portuguese language pack please log in to My Oracle Support https://support.oracle.com/CSP/ui/flash.html.
Select the 'Patches and Updates' tab
Type in the Patch number: 17968649
Click the Patch number
Download using the yellow download button on the right hand side
Monday Dec 02, 2013
By Wes Curtis-Oracle on Dec 02, 2013
The most recent release of Oracle Public Sector Revenue Management, v2.4, includes a number of new features that expand the base product's coverage of features for customers that manage a wide variety of revenue types. These features include:
- Asset and Valuation record maintenance
- Asset Billing using new configurable Calculation Engine
- Centralized Address Repository
- Production Controls
- Entity Correction
Wednesday Nov 20, 2013
By Paula Speranza-Hadley on Nov 20, 2013
From time to time implementation/project teams will need to support business processes that are not provided by the base product. PSRM provides 2 main options for implementing custom business processes, Process Flows and custom Maintenance Objects (MOs). This article provides information about each one.[Read More]
This blog is for our Oracle Public Sector Revenue Management customers, delivery partners, and even our fellow Oracle professionals, and is dedicated to all things Oracle Tax and Revenue Management. We will focus on support and implementation tips, announcements, and FAQs (frequently asked questions) for all of our Oracle Public Sector Revenue Management products. This include Oracle Public Sector Revenue Management (PSRM), Oracle Tax Analytics, and our Oracle PSRM Self Service and integration products.
- Oracle PSRM java SDK recordings now available on the PSRM Training YouTube channel
- Using Notepad++ as a visual XML editor for PSRM config tools
- The Altman Z-score and Bennish M Score in PSRM Analytics
- PSRM Analytics v2.1 Datasheet now available
- PSRM v2.4.0 Installation Walkthrough for Linux
- Oracle PSRM Fundamentals recordings now available on the PSRM Training YouTube channel
- Oracle PSRM Self Service v1.1 Service Pack 1 demonstration database is now available
- Oracle PSRM v2.4.0 Batch Benchmark Data Sheet
- Oracle Public Sector Revenue Management Analytics v2.1 is now Generally Available!!!
- Oracle Public Sector Revenue Management Self Service V220.127.116.11.0 (Service Pack 1 ) is now Generally Available!