Posts Tagged ‘Enterprise Resource Planning’

Oracle BICS and Cloud (Fusion) Apps Integration Architecture

In my last post, I described the methods of reporting from Oracle Cloud (Fusion) Apps.  In that post I illustrated the advantage of using BICS and Data Sync to provide a true Enterprise Data Warehouse due to its abilities to integrate data from all our your cloud, relational, big data and flat file sources.  This […]

Oracle BICS and Cloud (Fusion) Apps Integration Overview

Oracle provides multiple ways of reporting from Oracle Cloud (Fusion) Apps.  Oracle HCM Cloud, CX Cloud, SCM Cloud and Cloud ERP all have Oracle Transactional Business Intelligence (OTBI) built into the application.  In addition, Oracle Business Intelligence Cloud Service (BICS) can also access Oracle Cloud application data and load it into the BICS Database via Data Sync.  While […]

Solution to Account (PO var/charge) Could Not Be Determined Error

When adding project details to a Purchase Order, it’s possible that the following errors may appear: These errors appear once the user attempts to save or validate the PO and also cause the PO Charge Account that was chosen for each line to disappear and become disabled. When the user goes back to review/edit the […]

Oracle Cloud R11 – Fact 11 – Expenses Infotiles

In Oracle R11, there is a redesigned Expenses work area with five infotiles: Expense Items, Expense Reports, Approvals, Cash Advances, and Trips.  As it is in most of the other Financial areas, each infotile has a drill-down detailed view for the user. The Expense Items infotile shows all expense items that are not included in […]

Oracle Cloud R11-Project Performance Data: No update? No problem!

Ever run into a problem when working with Oracle Cloud’s R11 Project Financial Management software when you go to run the “Edit Project Performance Data” process and nothing happens, nothing gets updated?  Well, there may be an easy and simple fix to that. There are certain steps to make sure you’ve completed to make this […]

Expenses Flow to Payables: Fusion iExpenses

The Oracle Internet Expenses application has quickly become one of the most intuitive products in the Financials suite. Not only have I previously discussed how simple it is to use the mobile app or how simple it is to create an expense report in the instance, but the seamless flow to Payables is definitely worth […]

Countdown to Oracle OpenWorld 2016 

Oracle OpenWorld, is quickly approaching and the Perficient team extends a warm welcome to come visit with us. Perficient is proud to be an exhibitor at Oracle OpenWorld, which is being held September 18-22 in San Francisco. Visit us at booth #1715 to meet with subject matter experts and thought leaders and learn how we’ve […]

FBDI: Payables Invoices

The use of the Payables Standard Invoice Template for importing mass invoices is great for clients who prefer not keying in invoices manually, which, let’s be honest here, is most clients. This FBDI (file-based data import) file comes in handy and is fairly simple to use. The greatest feature is the amount of invoices that […]

Workaround for AR Transactions LOV Missing

In regard to the example I gave of AR transactions not functioning in last week’s blog, there is a simple fix. This is not something that my team discovered on Oracle Support or through Google, but it’s something that was discovered when looking at roles. The AR roles on the role template for the “Receivables […]

R11 Fact 10 – Subledger Accounting

Turning subledger transactions into subledger journal entries is easy in the Subledger Accounting section of Oracle Cloud R11.  Users can generate accounting for legal and corporate reporting, and reconcile accounting using predefined functionalities. Users can define custom formulas and use subledger accounting rule definitions from the Manage Formulas Payables page found under Setup and Maintenance. […]

Naming of Data Access Sets & Business Units in Fusion Financials

When setting up data access sets (DAS) and business units (BU) in the Financials module Functional Setup Manager (FSM), the name used for each can affect performance more than one may realize. Not only is the name chosen for each important for users to be able to identify which BU or DAS to use for […]

R11 Fact #9: Receivables – Accounts Receivable

A second part of the Receivables work area deals with Accounts Receivable.  Users can easily take action on pending items or drill down to more details activities by quickly glancing at one or more of the four infotiles available: Receipt Batches, Lockbox Exceptions, Unapplied Receipts and Unapplied Credits. The first infotile allows users to see […]

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