Thursday Oct 25, 2012

Oracle ETPM v2.3.1 Examachine Performance Benchmark Data Sheet

Oracle Tax is pleased to announce the exceptional results of the Oracle ETPM v2.3.1 Examachine performance benchmark.   The benchmark achieved the following results:

 · Processed8M outpayments and 2M payments in  6 hours

· Processed 1M forms in 4 hours

· Near  linear scalability of batch processing

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Thursday Oct 18, 2012

Which tools should be used for data migration between environments?

There are three methods to move configuration between environments.  They are ConfigLab, Bundling and Blueprint.  Learn more abuot each one here.[Read More]

Monday Oct 15, 2012

ETPM/OUAF 2.3.1 Framework Overview - Session 4

The OUAF Framework Session 4 is now available. This session covered the following topics:

1. Extendable Data Areas - how to extend base owned Data Areas

2. Bundling - how to bundle ETPM Configuration Objects in ETPM

3. Audit on Inquiry - how to enable and view audit on inquiry

4. Advanced Debug - demonstration of the advanced debugger

5. Maintenance Dialogue- An overview of objects required to work with MO's.

You can stream the recording using the following link:


https://oracletalk.webex.com/oracletalk/ldr.php?RCID=135694e9704ff441d252c898fc9b7376

Tuesday Oct 02, 2012

New Oracle Utilities Application Framework Service Pack Release Process

The Oracle Utilities Application Framework team is going from releasing group fixes to cummulative service packs.   For additional information, please read Anthony Shorten's announcement:

https://blogs.oracle.com/theshortenspot/entry/ouaf_4_1_0_1

ETPM/OUAF 2.3.1 Framework Overview - Session 3

The OUAF Framework Session 3 is now available. This session covered the following topics:

1. UI Maps - the generation of display of UI Maps in the system based on the setup of the Business Object.  Tips and tricks for generating the UI Map.

2. BPA Scripts - how scripts have changed using the different step types.  Overview of the BPA Scripts.

3. Case Study - a small presentation of using the different options available when implementing requirements.

4. Revision Control - the options for revision control of configuration objects in ETPM.

You can stream the recording using the following link:

https://oracletalk.webex.com/oracletalk/ldr.php?RCID=c9654d56879c9bce9a36355f32e0ba52

Monday Oct 01, 2012

Oracle Utilities Application Framework future feature deprecation

From time to time, existing functionality is replaced with alternative features to offer greater flexibility and standardization. In Oracle Utilities Application Framework V4.2.0.0.0 the following features are being announced for deprecation in the next release or have been previously announced and are not being delivered with this version of the Oracle Utilities Application Framework:

·         No SQL Server Support – Oracle Utilities Application Framework V4.2.0.0.0 or above does not ship with any support for SQL Server.

·         No MPL Support – Oracle Utilities Application Framework V4.2.0.0.0 or above does not ship with the Multi-Purpose Listener (MPL) component of the XML Application Integration (XAI) component. Customers using the MPL should migrate to Oracle Service Bus.

·         No provided Crystal Reports/Business Objects Interface – Oracle Utilities Application Framework V4.2.0.0.0 or above does not ship with a supported Crystal Reports/Business Objects Interface. This facility is now available as downloadable customization for existing or new customers. Responsibility for maintenance and new features is now individual customer's responsibility.

·         XAI Servlet deprecation – The XAI Servlet (xaiserver and classicxai) will be removed in the next release of the Oracle Utilities Application Framework. Customers are encouraged to migrate to the native Web Services Support as outlined in XAI Best Practices whitepaper available from My Oracle Support (Doc Id: 942074.1).

·         ConfigLab deprecation – The ConfigLab facility will be removed in the next release of Oracle Utilities Application Framework for products it is shipped with. Customers are recommended to migrate to the Configuration Migration Assistant which provides the same and more functionality.  

·         Archiving deprecation – The inbuilt Archiving has been removed from Oracle Utilities Application Framework V4.2.0.0.0 or above, for products it is shipped with. Customers considering Archiving solution should migrate to the Information Lifecycle Management based solution provided for your product.

·         DISTRIBUTED batch execution mode deprecation – The DISTRIBUTED execution mode used by the batch component of the Oracle Utilities Application Framework will be deprecated in the next release of the Oracle Utilities Application Framework. Customers using DISTRUBUTED mode should migrate to CLUSTERED mode as outlined in the Batch Best Practices For Oracle Utilities Application Framework Based Products whitepaper available from My Oracle Support (Doc Id: 836362.1).

·         XAI Schema Editor deprecation – The XAI Schema Editor which is a component of the Oracle Utilities Software Development Kit will be removed in the next release of the Oracle Utilities Application Framework. Customers should migrate their existing schemas to Business Object based schemas and use the browser based Schema Editor instead.  

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