EBS Foundation – What’s new in 12.2.8, 12.2.9 and 12.2.10 and OCI use cases for EBS Applications
What is new in the EBS foundational tools commonly referred to as Foundation (FND), Application Object Library (AOL), or Application Technology Group (ATG) in 12.2.8 and 12.2.9? Does it matter if you have deployed on-prem or in the OCI? We will cover these topics and provide detailed information on new features in the user interface, flexfield functionality, concurrent manager functionality, security, workflow, and many others. Learn about what is going to impact ALL the users upon upgrade. This presentation will cover new features in FND, AOL, and ATG, common to all EBS modules, such as user interface, workflow, webADI, etc. We’ll also cover user cases for EBS on OCI. This will be important for anyone upgrading to 12.2.
Attend the all-virtual 2021Northwest Summit, a collaborative educational and networking effort co-hosted by the Northwest Oracle Users Group and PeopleSoft Northwest Regional Users Group.
Northwest Oracle Users Group serves the Pacific Northwest community who use Oracle Corporation products. Our goal is to provide education, facilitate networking and technical resources, and relay Oracle Corporation’s strategy and direction to application and database users. Example Product coverage includes EBS, OBIEE, Hyperion, Oracle SaaS, Database, Golden Gate, Edge solutions and all things Cloud.
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