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Costing in Oracle HRMS Payroll
Written by Sanjay Singh   
Sunday, 28 October 2007
Sanjay is an eBusiness Suite Consultant that works for a leading Indian consultancy.
He was involved in implementing Oracle Payroll for a Financial Services company in India.
In this article, he provides step by step screenshots to setup Payroll Costing in Oracle.

Preserve Customizations to Oracle Workflows
Written by Anil Passi   
Thursday, 25 October 2007
In this article, I would like to explain one of the least understood concepts in Oracle Workflows.
This is related to the Access Level/Customization Preservation in Oracle Workflows, and will be explained using a power point presentation.

The idea here is to help you preserve your customizations that are done to Standard Oracle Workflows.

Although doing customizations to standard products are not supported, however Oracle is somewhat relaxed when it
comes to customization made to Workflows.
In fact every implementation project involves some level of customization to the Account Generator workflow.

Please find the power point presentation that explains the Oracle Workflow customization preservation concepts.
Forms Personalization - Best Practices
Written by Anil Passi   
Wednesday, 24 October 2007
When it comes to doing forms personalizations in Oracle's eBusiness Suite, it is good to follow certain guidelines.

We all know that forms personalization create a layer of customization on top of the standard Apps D2K Forms.
The Metadata related to forms personalizations is stored in tables FND Tables.

Please find a list of guidelines can be regarded as the best practices when it comes to doing forms personalizations in Oracle Apps.

CUSTOM.pll versus Forms Personalization
Written by Anil Passi   
Tuesday, 23 October 2007
It is indeed time to stop using CUSTOM.pll
If you are on 11.5.10, then it is important for development team to enforce the usage of Forms Personalization over CUSTOM.pll, where possible.

Most of the things that can be done using CUSTOM.pll can now be done via Forms Personalization.
However there are certain gaps for which we have no option but to rely on CUSTOM.pll

This article compares the two techniques i.e. CUSTOM.pll versus Forms Personalizations
Email output of Concurrent Program Request
Written by Anil Passi   
Tuesday, 23 October 2007
There are a handful of options available to Email the output of a Concurrent Request from eBusiness Suite.
In this article we will see three different options that are available to us, so
that output of the Concurrent Program can be sent as an email attachment.

Hereby I would also like to share the contribution from Mr Santosh Moturu.
My sincere thanks to Santosh, as he has been kind enough to send a PDF that provides step by step
instruction with PL/SQL code, that Emails output of a XMLP request using PL/SQL.

What are the three different options at hand to email the output of Concurrent Request?
Option 1. Use printer setup to execute a shell script that emails the request output
Option 2. Use deliveryManager java API
Option 3. Use PL/SQL to Email output of XMLP as attachment [thanks to Santosh]
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