Oracle

For Oracle Cloud Application users, fast formulas are a neat feature that serve as a sort of shortcut. Fast formulas are generic expressions of calculations or comparisons you need done regularly in your Oracle application. They typically involve basic mathematical functions and are easy to define using English words versus programming jargon. Formulas take input

Entering or updating a large volume of setup data using Functional Setup Manager (FSM) user interface (UI) can be taxing and repetitive. Even when the setup tasks are simple; downloading, uploading, and general management of the tasks using the setup task UI is not the most efficient method. With FlexDeploy’s Oracle SaaS FSM plugin you

Migration packages are a handy feature on the Oracle CPQ Cloud to move administrative data and metadata between environments. At the core, migration packages allows administrators to: Bundle up various components to be downloaded and uploaded to another CPQ Cloud site. Distribute collections of components to customers to implement certain functionality on a CPQ Cloud

Oracle Visual Builder Cloud Service (OVBCS) is a cloud-based development platform that provides various features to develop and deploy applications within Oracle Cloud. In this blog, we will see how FlexDeploy can help with out-of-box capabilities to provide more efficient ways for managing visual applications developed using OVBCS. With a few simple steps, we can

In a previous blog, we illustrated how to use workflows and projects to automate the build and deployment process for Siebel repository objects using FlexDeploy. Automating these processes eliminates the need for manual activities historically required to migrate Siebel repository objects. With FlexDeploy, users no longer have to manually create connections and migration plans in

Ascend 2021 was a big hit, combining OATUG and OHUG in an event which included both in-person and virtual attendees. Many customers, sponsors, and exhibitors have been eager to engage after the pandemic eliminated the in-person element of conferences for the better part of the last two years. Although Flexagon decided to forgo the on-site