By Wes Curtis-Oracle on Aug 10, 2015
We are pleased to announce that a new PSRM java SDK overview series is now available on the PSRM YouTube channel. This includes 20 videos, each about 10 minutes long (on average), covering many of a number of key concepts for working with the PSRM SDK. The SDK is used to make java extensions to Oracle PSRM that are easily upgraded to each new version of PSRM. This provides a nice introduction and overview to the PSRM SDK, including what's used for (and not used for), as well as overviews of the wizards and tools provided, and several examples.
I'm sure you will find this useful, enjoy!
The SDK documentation is now available on oracle.com. You can find them here: http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/documentation/pubsectrevmgmt-154608.html, or by going to http://www.oracle.com/documentation, and selecting Oracle Public Sector Revenue Management. Read on for more information...
The Oracle Utilities Software Development Kit is used for customers on the Oracle Utilities Application Framework version based products - including Oracle Enterprise Taxation and Policy Management (ETPM). The SDK Developer training documentation helps with the customization and creating pieces within various layers of the application.
The SDK and documentation is available by logging into Oracle Support (support.oracle.com) by following this SDK Documentation Link or by searching for “Oracle Utilities Framework Products Software Development Kit” in Oracle Support.
Please note, you will also need to download the appropriate patches listed in the support documentation based on the version of the framework being used by ETPM.
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.