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New Feature for Oracle eBusiness Suite Release 12

Posted by appsinfo on April 4, 2009

New Feature for Oracle eBusiness Suite Release 12


Mixed Case Passwords: The interesting feature in Release 12 is that it now has support for having case sensitive mixed case passwords for user ids, for the purpose of backward compatibility case – insensitive passwords are also accepted.


On Demand User Creation: In case of SSO environments where a user has an account in OID but not in the E-Business Suite, the user account now gets created on the fly the moment users visits E-business Suite.


Product Schemas Locked: In release 12 the Product schemas are kept locked and are unlocked only when required like patching.


Request Set Restarting: In case a request set fails in between, in release 12 the user can fix the problem and simply restart the request without  having manually complete the request remaining in that request set.


New Tablespace in OATM: In OATM a new ‘TOOLS’ tablepsace has been introduced which allows store objects related to other tools used with Oracle Applications, like for creating the End User Layer for discoverer.


Changes To Patch Impact Analysis in OAM: In the Oracle Applications Manager under patch impact analysis, now the impact of the patch on customized files can also be seen. Additionally OAM now also allows the user to create a list of patches whose impact analysis can be done at one time.


Workflow Notification Mailer Enhancements: There have been some enhancements in Oracle Workflow Notification mailer which includes simplified configuration by way of simple and advanced setup screens. Also SSL support over IMAP and SMTP mail server is now being supported. The workflow engine itself now implements a bulky array interface which offers performance benefits.


Grid Control Plug-in: Grid Control Plug-in is available for Oracle Applications which allows the integration of Oracle Grid Control within Oracle Applications Manger thereby allowing improved System Management.


Mod_oc4j: In release 12 the support for mod_plsql module is now withdrawn. The mod_oc4j replace mod_plsql in Release 12 of Oracle Applications.


File System Changes: One of the major changes at the file system level in Release 12 is the introduction of the INSTANCE_TOP. The INSTANCE_TOP aims to get a clear distinction between the shared file system and the file system unique to an instance.


Read Only Shared Application Tier File system: Oracle Applications Release 12 allows for the deployment of a shared Application Tier File system in on Read Only File system also.


Multi-Org Access Control: Release 12 implements Multi-org Access Control which allows the user to submit requests and view access data of different operating units without having to switch between responsibilities.


Multiple Domain Support: Release 12 also allows that your application server nodes and the database server nodes to have different domain names.


RAC Cloning: The Rapid clone with Oracle Applications Release 12 allows you to extend rapid clone to clone Oracle Applications Environments deployed on the Real Application Clusters technology as well.


XML Publisher Enhancements: Release 12 also has a number of enhancements that have been introduced in XML Publishers like allowing support for bookmarks in PDF documents, changes to the template builder and template viewer and new features included in the graphics support.


Web ADI Enhancements: The Web ADI also has its set of enhancements which have been included in Release 12. These new features cover both the Web ADI product and the Software Development Kit (SDK) of the Web ADI.


Sub-Set User Provisioning: Release 12 also allows for new deployment scenarios for Single Sign on where in a single LDAP server and the synchronization of only a sub set of the users is done to the E-Business Suite.

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