By Paula Speranza-Hadley on Feb 28, 2013
There are a variety of training opportunities available for Oracle ETPM. The following datasheet provides a detailed description of the available workshops and online courses.[Read More]
A number of sessions are planned to review the ETPM (OUAF) 2.3.1 Framework. These sessions will include an overview of the Navigation, Portals, Zones, Business Objects, Business Services, Algorithms, Scripts, etc..
Session 2 includes a more in depth discusion of Business Objects (BO). Session 2 specifically covers BO Schema, BO Options, and BO inheritance in more depth. Click on the link below for Session 2 (52 minutes).
To stream the recording:
Oracle Tax is committed to building accessible applications. Oracle uses a VPAT (Voluntary Product Accessibility Template) to document the accessibility status of each product. The VPAT was created by a partnership of the Information Technology Industry Council (ITI) and the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) to create a simple document that could be used by US Federal contracting and procurement officials to evaluate a product with respect to the provisions contained in Section 508 of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
The Oracle ETPM v2.3 VPAT is now available on oracle.com: http://www.oracle.com/us/corporate/accessibility/templates/t2455.html[Read More]
Oracle Tax is pleased to announce the general availability of the Oracle Application Management Pack for Enterprise Taxation V220.127.116.11.0. This pack allows Oracle Enterprise Manager Cloud Control 12c the ability to manage the Software Lifecycle Management activities of Oracle ETPM. The management packs are ready for customers and partners to download and install via the Oracle Software Delivery Cloud as well as Oracle Enterprise Manager Self Update. The management packs must be licensed for production use. These packs work with the same Oracle Enterprise Manager Cloud Control 12c that DBAs and system administrators use today to manage environments for Oracle Database, WebLogic, and other Oracle applications and technology.[Read More]
Oracle Tax is pleased to announce the general availability of Oracle ETPM v2.3.0 Latin American Spanish UA (user assistenance).[Read More]
Oracle Tax is pleased to announce the general availability of Oracle ETPM v2.3.1 Portuguese UA (user assistenance).[Read More]
Attached is the recording URL last months Oracle ETPM Performance forum meeting, from Wednesday, March 21st, at 1pm EST to 2:30pm EST.
The topic was “Scalability". The topic focuses on an overview of important Scalability concetps, scalability testing and troubleshooting, and ETPM scalability characteristics we have seen in our benchmark testing.
Meeting Recording Playback URL: https://oracletalk.webex.com/oracletalk/ldr.php?RCID=6047893f2716904ae91d0a09f852e946
Oracle Policy Modeling and Automation is a robust and powerful tool for user friendly approach to rule maintenance, allowing the user to write policies in a natural language (MS Word, MS Excel). A restircted use license of Oracle Policy Modeling (OPM) and Oracle Policy Automation (OPA) is included with the ETPM license. A web services adaptor feature was added to ETPM v2.3.0 that allows you to import files form rules modeled in OPM, and ETPM automatically generates a Business Service, Data Areas, and the integration components needed to use the rule from any process in ETPM.
A new recording is available that walks thru the ETPM - OPA Connector.
I'm posting this as a helpful hint for those how do not already know. You can install the ETPM Help and the Application Viewer (i.e. the AppViewer) locally on your laptop or desktop machine. This is very useful for ETPM implementers in a design, development, or configuration role. This means you can access the Help or AppViewer without the need to first access an ETPM environment, or you can access the Help or AppViewer while you are traveling (i.e. on an airplane).[Read More]
Attached are the recording URL and slides for this week’s Oracle ETPM Performance forum meeting, from Tuesday, Feb 7th, at 3pm EST to 4:30pm EST.
The topic was “Prevention”. The topic focuses on things you can do during the development phases to design configuration and plug-ins/extensions for your performance requirements. This includes tips and tools you can use to identify performance bottlenecks.
Meeting Recording Playback URL: https://oracletalk.webex.com/oracletalk/ldr.php?AT=pb&SP=MC&rID=66608422&rKey=bac94f261c0e4864
Copy of Slides used: http://blogs.oracle.com/tax/resource/SDLC-Performance.pdf
Oracle Tax is pleased to announce the general availability of Oracle ETPM v2.3.1 Portuguese UI (user interface).[Read More]
The Oracle PSRM documentation is now available on the Oracle.com documentation library. http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/documentation/pubsectrevmgmt-154608.html
For this release, we've also made the documentation available in the EPUB format, for the iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch (or, any other device that supports the EPUB format). This is convenient for reference while traveling or in meetings, anytime you are away from desk.
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.