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Oracle Utilities: WAM System Administration

Course Details
Code: D67478GC10
Tuition (USD): $2,931.00 • Classroom (3 days)

This course focuses on fundamentals for system administrators such as configuring users and initial system configuration. Students will learn how to create users then explore employee records and other user configuration settings such as user profile, responsibilities, approval routes and routes, buyer titles, and workflow groups.

Other lessons cover how to create and define custom code tables, user defined fields and required fields, configure key business rules, batch processing, vendor codes, account segments, sequence numbers, custom menus, selection order by options, duplication, and so on. Upon completion of this course, students have a broad overview of configuration and administration fundamentals as well as several practical application tasks and steps to get started.

Learn To:
  • Create Users
  • Set Responsibilities
  • Define Approval Authority
  • Configure Key Business Rules
  • Set Sequence Numbering
  • Define Account Segments

Skills Gained

  • Establish new users
  • Configure the application
  • Manage security
  • Design user-defined fields and functionality


  • Oracle Utilities: WAM Fundamentals or comparable experience

Course Details

User Configuration

  • Setting Privileges
  • Defining Employee Records
  • Defining User Profile Records
  • Defining Approval Authority
  • Creating Buyer Titles
  • Creating Workflow Groups


  • Developing a Responsibility Matrix
  • Creating Responsibilities
  • Adding Activities
  • Setting Privileges
  • Applying Users to Responsibilities
  • Refining Responsibilities

Custom Code Tables

User-Defined Fields

Required Fields

Default Values

Business Rules

Batch Processing

  • Using the Job Manager and Job Manager Log
  • Configuring the Batch Job Control Business Rule

Vendor Codes

Account Structure

  • Creating the Account Structure
  • Creating Accounts

Data Dictionary

Modules Administration