Tag Archives: EBS

Cloning is an important part of managing an Oracle E-Business Suite implementation. It allows the syncing of recent and relevant data into the non-production environments. The cloning process isn’t without its drawbacks however. In its purest form, the clone takes an exact copy of the Production database and overlays a non-prod environment. With this process,

Oracle’s E-Business Suite is a significant investment for businesses, not just in the initial implementation, but in ongoing customizations and upgrades. The system’s built-in features are only the beginning, with many businesses customizing EBS to fit their processes and needs. Unfortunately, deploying the EBS customizations (e.g. PLSQL, Java, Forms, Reports) into different environments can be

FlexDeploy’s E-Business Suite file list provides options to configure AOL objects of various types which can be either sourced from Source Control System or development EBS environment. Here is an example of type list. By default, list is not alphabetically sorted but it is configured to show mostly used types on top. If this does

DevOps is something many IT leaders are either investing in heavily already, or moving up in priority as a focus moving forward. Technologies such as Oracle E-Business Suite, Database, or BI might not be the first thing that people think about regarding DevOps. We consistently see companies face software delivery issues or challenges related to

The Opportunity Upgrading Oracle E-Business Suite (EBS) can be a challenge, in many cases driven by the need to make changes and test customizations and functional setups in the upgraded environments. With EBS 12.2, the amount of work and potential errors is compounded by the move to WebLogic and online patching. Typical Pain Points with

The next version of FlexDeploy is in the final stages of delivery and is scheduled to be released the week of March 6th. Extending the market leading DevOps and Automation platform, FlexDeploy 4.0.3 provides new features, plugins, and integrations for Salesforce, MuleSoft, ServiceNow, Oracle E-Business Suite, and more.  All IT environments include a combination of

FlexDeploy supports the automation of E-Business Suite (EBS) extension and customization migrations. In this post, let’s take a look at the support of Application Object Library (AOL) objects. You can extract these along with any other desired artifacts from your Development EBS instance and migrate them to other EBS instances, including Production.  FlexDeploy supports complete automation, with

FlexDeploy provides automation of your XML Publisher reports along with all other EBS artifacts. You can extract these along with any other desired artifacts (Build) from your Development EBS instance and migrate them to other EBS instances, including Production (Deploy).  FlexDeploy supports both on-premise and cloud instances to build and deploy any of your EBS artifacts.  For

July 6, 2016 – Flexagon today announced FlexDeploy 3.7 is now available. FlexDeploy 3.7 provides enhancements for existing plugins such as Oracle E-Business Suite, Atlassian Jira, Fusion Middleware, and other new plugins, features, and usability enhancements driven by customer feedback. FlexDeploy is a DevOps and Application Release Automation platform that lowers project risk and cost,

In Oracle EBS Asset Management, Work Order is the foundation for all maintenance organizations. Work orders define the resources and items that are needed to conduct work. Enterprise Asset Management Work Orders are created for assets and rebuildable inventory items. They are defined manually, or generated automatically based on a scheduled Activity. Sometimes we want