Introduction to Oracle Service Contracts
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Oracle Service Contracts enables you to create and manage the Service Agreements, Warranties, Extended Warranties. This includes service contracts for:
This course will introduce you to Oracle Service Contracts solution, and its associated user interface in both Jave based and HTML based forms.
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|Section 1: Introduction|
Oracle Service Contracts Solution in a NutshellPreview
|Section 2: Query Service Contracts and Contracts History|
Query using Contract Launchpad
Service Contracts HTML User Pages
Explain Contracts Versioning
View Contracts History
Simpler User Interface in browser
Kabeer is a seasoned Oracle professional and has been working with Oracle Applications since last 15 years. He is proficient in Oracle E Business Suite, Oracle Fusion Applications, Enterprise Architecture and a number of related Oracle Operating System, Server and Virtualization technologies. Originally from India, he has travelled extensively on consulting assignments across South Asia and Australasia, and now permanently lives in New Zealand. He has worked with some of the well known large corporations, including Oracle Corporation in New Zealand.
He started his career by learning Oracle Applications on 10.6 Character and 10.7 Smart Client versions. Since then he has extensively worked on Oracle E Business Suite releases 11, 11i and up until the latest release 12i.
Since last couple of years Kabeer has been managing Oracle Fusion Applications 11g, Enterprise Server Virtualization using VM and Solution Architecture.
Kabeer likes to work out in gym a couple of times in a week and likes to go to New Zealand's natural bushes and beaches over the weekend.