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R12.2.9 Oracle Implement Configurator

This course will be applicable for customers who have implemented Oracle E-Business Suite Release 12 or Oracle E-Business Suite 12.1 or Oracle E-Business Suite 12.2 Experience the runtime Oracle...

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$5,000 USD
Course Code R12-IMPL-CONFIG
Duration 5 days
Available Formats Classroom

This course will be applicable for customers who have implemented Oracle E-Business Suite Release 12 or Oracle E-Business Suite 12.1 or Oracle E-Business Suite 12.2 Experience the runtime Oracle Configurator operating within the Oracle Order Management host application. Learn how to set up Items and Item Catalog Categories in Oracle Inventory, construct BOM Models in Oracle Bills of Material, and then import the data into Oracle Configurator Developer (OCD). Work in Oracle Configurator Developer (OCD) to build configuration model structure and rules. Create Model structure nodes, enable components to be instantiated multiple times and learn how to create Connectors. Develop Configurator Extensions to implement custom functionality. Use the Model Debugger to test your work at multiple stages of development. Generate, customize, and test User Interfaces to see how Oracle Configurator ensures that only complete and valid products or services can be configured and ordered. Publish your configuration model to test and production environments. System tests your configuration model by configuring an item and booking a priced and configured sales order. The course also highlights how to use OCD to customize generated User Interfaces. Note: This course does not cover the Fusion Configurator Engine.

Skills Gained

  • Publishing configuration models
  • Setting up Model structure and implicit rules in Oracle Bills of Material
  • Setting up Model Inventory items
  • Importing Bill-of-Material Models
  • Referencing Model structure
  • Implementing Multiple Instantiation functionality
  • Working in the various Oracle Configurator Developer Workbenches
  • Launching configuration sessions
  • Implementing Configurator Extensions
  • Implementing Connectivity in a configuration model
  • Working in the Oracle Configurator Developer Repository areas
  • Enhancing imported Bill-of-Material Model structure
  • Creating configuration rules
  • Developing User Interfaces
  • Debugging rules and unit-testing Model structure
  • Testing end-user interfaces

Who Can Benefit

  • Administrator
  • Analyst
  • Database Administrator
  • End User
  • Implementer
  • Manager

Prerequisites

  • R12.2 Oracle Bills of Material and Engineering Fundamentals Ed 2
  • R12.2 Oracle Inventory Management Fundamentals Ed 2
  • Working experience with Oracle software applications
  • Knowledge of configuring products and services
  • Basic knowledge of Oracle Inventory
  • Basic knowledge of Oracle Bills of Material

Course Details

Topics

  • Introduction
  • About this Course
  • Implementation Overview
  • Configuration Models Overview
  • Configurations Overview
  • Getting Started with Configurator Developer, Part 1
  • Getting Started with Configurator Developer, Part 2
  • Data
  • About Configurator Data, Part 1
  • About Configurator Data, Part 2
  • Preparing Inventory Data
  • Preparing BOM Model and Rule Data
  • Importing Data
  • Verifying Data
  • Model Structure
  • About Configuration Models
  • About Properties
  • Creating Model Structure, Part 1
  • Creating Model Structure, Part 2
  • Working with Model Structure, Part 1
  • Working with Model Structure, Part 2
  • Testing Model Structure
  • Configuration Rules
  • About Configuration Rules
  • Rule Creation
  • Logic Rules
  • Testing Configuration Rules
  • Numeric Rules
  • Compatibility Rules
  • Comparison Rules
  • Statement Rules
  • Connectivity
  • Connectivity and Network Models
  • User Interfaces
  • About Configurator User Interfaces
  • User Interface Templates
  • Creating User Interfaces
  • Testing User Interfaces
  • Editing User Interfaces
  • Publishing
  • Publishing Configuration Models
  • Configurator Extensions
  • About Configurator Extensions
  • Configurator Extension Programming
  • Configurator Extension Archives
  • Configurator Extension Rules
  • Configurator Extension Event Bindings
  • Configurator Extension Command Events
  • Course Summary
  • Course Summary