Tag Archives: Oracle Applications

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

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

In two previous posts I gave overviews of how FlexDeploy’s EBS plugin can automate EBS deployments, and how FlexDeploy supports your development team in deploying changes to EBS Release 12.2 and above. (Quick review: FlexDeploy is DevOps and Continuous Delivery for Oracle Fusion Middleware, Cloud, and Applications. FlexDeploy streamlines the processes for building, deploying, and

In my previous blog article I explained the core features of FlexDeploy‘s EBS Plugin to deploy all changes to Oracle E-Business Suite. In this article, I will explain how FlexDeploy supports EBS Release 12.2 and above. Oracle E-Business Suite Release 12.2 and above implementations include two editions (versions) of the application code and seed data. The file system contains

Many organizations with Oracle EBS need to make customizations to meet their business requirements. Deploying these changes in test and production environments can be tedious, error prone, and time consuming due to the nature and complexity of the change process. There has been a strong demand from our FlexDeploy customers to improve the EBS deployment