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Top 10 Things You Didn’t Know You Can Do with Oracle Enterprise Asset Management. Lokesh Verma, Director, Product Management, Oracle Xavier Falchetti ATD/PTP Business Process Manager, Key Energy Shankar Kattamanchi Senior Manager, Product Development, Oracle.
Lokesh Verma, Director, Product Management, Oracle
ATD/PTP Business Process Manager, Key Energy
Senior Manager, Product Development, Oracle
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1. Initiate Create App Wizard
2. Add Pages
Create report and form on table
3. Confirm and Create
4. Run Applications
Build SQL-based reporting applications on existing database schemas
Develop opportunistic and departmental productivity applications
Convert spreadsheets to Web applications where they can be concurrently viewed and edited
Consolidate outgrown Access applications to the Oracle database with an APEX Web front end
Oracle Forms Modernization
Leverage SQL & PL/SQL declarative programming skills to move Forms applications to HTML / Web 2.0
Oracle E-Business Suite Database
Application DB Schema
Standard published EBS APIs
ATD/PTP Business Process Manager
On the Hierarchy page you have three points of interest
The Asset Number takes you to Asset Details
The Parent Asset Number takes you up the hierarchy
The link on the left side shows all children for that asset,
Location, or LOB
Looking from a location we can see not only the Assets under them but components and subcomponents at the location.
To get here I clicked on the Parent Asset Number then open up the links on the left by clicking the + boxes
Clicking the Asset Number either in the original search or from the Hierarchy Page takes you into the Asset Details page.
The Asset Details page takes you to the overall status and descriptive information of the Asset
The last option takes you to the instance screen if you click instance update you will be taken to the IB screen and Asset Details
You will be able to update the working status here. Once adjusted to what is needed click save
For our Asset Managers we have given them this same button to punch out and update status on the asset along with the DFF Attributes associated to that serialized Asset
To return to search screen click Rebuildable Inventory
Expense Account Segment Values
With using Oracle eAM you can receive non-item, expense purchases into eAM WIP jobs and issue inventory materials (and return) into eAM WIP jobs.
For expenses, most of the WIP Accounting Class setups has the Material Valuation Account using ‘600000’ as the Account segment.
By setting up custom sources and SLA rules we override the Account segment from the WIP Accounting Class (which is actually stored on the WIP Job) and use the Purchasing Category Account.
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