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This is a bundled training package. It contains training for each of the bundled items below:

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Oracle 11i: Project Management and Projects Integration $74.95
Oracle 11i: Organization, Period, and Calendar Definitions in Oracle Projects $74.95
Oracle 11i: Resource and Role Management $74.95
Oracle 11i: Oracle Projects Security Model and Page Layouts $74.95
Oracle 11i: Oracle Projects and Task Definition I $74.95
Oracle 11i: Oracle Projects and Task Definition II $74.95
Oracle 11i: User-Defined Attributes, Implementation Options, and Utilization $74.95
Oracle 11i: Organization Forecasting and Integration $74.95

Bundle Price: $289.00
Total Savings: $310.60


Oracle 11i: Project Management and Projects Integration

To recognize the Oracle Enterprise Project Management Solution products, the integration of Oracle Project with other Oracle e-business applications, and how to define an Oracle Applications set of books
  • Foundation, Costing, Billing, and Resource Management - identify the key features of Oracle Project Foundation, Costing, Billing, and Resource Management applications.
  • Project Management, Collaboration, and DBI - identify the key features of Oracle Project Management, Project Collaboration, and Daily Business Intelligence for Projects applications.
  • Project's Integration with Other Oracle Applications I - recognize Oracle Project's integration with Oracle APC, Assets, Cash Management, General Ledger, Grants Accounting, HR, Internet Expenses, and Inventory applications.
  • Project's Integration with Other Oracle Applications II - recognize Oracle Project's integration with Oracle Payables, Project Contracts, Project Manufacturing, Purchasing, Receivables, Sales, Time & Labor, and Workflow applications.
  • Oracle Applications Set of Books - recognize how an Oracle Applications set of books is defined.
  • Administering Profile Options and Dynamic Insertion - administer profile options and dynamic insertion in a given scenario.

Oracle 11i: Organization, Period, and Calendar Definitions in Oracle Projects

To recognize how Oracle Projects' multiple organization architecture, periods, and calendars are used for structuring and scheduling, and to implement them in an enterprise
  • Overview of Organizations - recognize what organizations are and how they are used in Oracle Projects.
  • Organization Definitions and Classifications - recognize how to define organizations and assign project-related organization classifications.
  • Multiple Organization and Organization Hierarchies - recognize multiple organization installation and how organization hierarchies are assigned.
  • Defining Organizations and Assigning Hierarchies - define organizations and assign hierarchies in a given scenario.
  • Implementation of Periods in Oracle Projects - recognize the use of periods and how they are defined.
  • Implementation of Calendars in Oracle Projects - recognize the use of calendars and how they are defined.

Oracle 11i: Resource and Role Management

To recognize the resources and roles in Oracle Projects, how they are used in project management, and to create and assign them
  • Jobs, Job Levels, Job Groups, and Job Mapping - recognize the use of resources in Oracle Projects and how to define jobs, job levels, job groups, and job mapping.
  • Competence and Employee Definition in Oracle Projects - recognize how to define competencies and employees.
  • Defining Jobs and Competencies - create a job, and define and record competencies in a given scenario.
  • Use of Roles in Oracle Projects - recognize the use of roles in Oracle Projects, and how to define and assign them.
  • Project and Organization Role Definition - recognize the use of project roles and project organization roles, and how to define them.

Oracle 11i: Oracle Projects Security Model and Page Layouts

To use Oracle Projects to secure function and data access within Projects applications, and use page layouts to manipulate views of project information
  • Overview of the Oracle Projects Security Model - recognize the security mechanisms of the Oracle Projects security model.
  • Responsibility-Based Security - recognize how responsibility-based security operates and set a profile option.
  • Role-Based Security and Organization Authority - recognize how role-based security operates and define an organization authority.
  • Implementing Oracle Projects Security - define an organization authority and set a profile option in a given scenario.
  • Overview of Page Layouts - recognize how page layout types, sections, and shortcut links are used in Oracle Projects.
  • Page Layout Configuration and Predefined Page Layouts - configure a page layout and match predefined page layouts to sections.

Oracle 11i: Oracle Projects and Task Definition I

To define project setup options and project types to manage project structuring, resources, and workflow
  • Projects, Tasks, and Statuses - recognize how to define a project status.
  • Classifications, Service Types, and Probability Lists - recognize how to define a classification, a service type, and a probability list.
  • Resource Lists, Cycles, and Work Types - recognize how to define a resource list, a cycle, and a work type.
  • Defining Project Statuses, Classifications, and Cycles - define a project status, a classification, and a cycle in a given scenario.
  • Project Type Definition I - recognize how project types are defined using the Details, Costing Information, Budget Option, Classifications, and Budgetary Control tabs.
  • Project Type Definition II - recognize how project types are defined using the Project Status, Workflow, Capitalization Information, Billing Information, Billing Assignments, and Distribution Rules tabs.

Oracle 11i: Oracle Projects and Task Definition II

To recognize how projects are organized, and create and administer them
  • Oracle Project Template Definition - recognize how to define a project template.
  • Project Template Administration and Project Creation - recognize how project templates are administered and used to create a project.
  • Defining a Project Template and Creating a Project - define a project template and create a project in a given scenario.
  • Fundamental Task Setup in Oracle Projects - recognize how to organize a Work Breakdown Structure and define tasks.
  • Project Extensions, Workflow, Profiles, and Lifecycles - recognize how project extensions, workflow, profiles, phases, and lifecycles are implemented.

Oracle 11i: User-Defined Attributes, Implementation Options, and Utilization

To use Oracle Project's user-defined attributes, group implementation options, and utilization reports to capture information, interface with other Oracle applications, and report actual and scheduled utilization and resources
  • User-Defined Attributes, Value Sets, and Functions - recognize how to create user-defined attributes, and define value sets and functions.
  • Attribute Groups and Context - recognize how to define attribute groups and context.
  • Defining Value Sets and Attributes - define value sets, functions, and attribute groups in a given scenario.
  • System, Project, Staffing, and Cross Change Options - recognize how system, project, staffing, and cross change implementation options are used and defined.
  • Currency, Expenditures, Costing, and Billing Options - recognize how currency, expenditures, costing, and billing implementation options are used and defined.
  • Utilization Categories, Views, and Calculation - recognize how to define a utilization category and unassigned time options.
  • Utilization Reporting, Workbooks, and Profile Options - recognize how utilization reporting, workbooks, and profile options are used in Oracle Projects.

Oracle 11i: Organization Forecasting and Integration

To use organization forecasting for project planning and administration, and integrate Oracle Projects with Oracle Sales and Oracle Advanced Product Catalog to manage sales and product lifecycles
  • Organization Forecast Setup, Versions, and Restrictions - recognize the use of organization forecasting and how an organization forecast is viewed.
  • Adjustment Reasons and Forecast Amounts - recognize how organization forecasting options are defined and reviewed, and how forecast adjustments and amounts are determined.
  • Oracle Sales Integration and Project Requests - recognize the advantages of Oracle Projects' integration with Oracle Sales, and how to create and manage project requests.
  • Oracle Sales Integration Implementation - recognize how to implement Oracle Projects' integration with Oracle Sales.
  • Oracle Advanced Product Catalog Integration - recognize the advantages of Oracle Projects' integration with Oracle Advanced Product Catalog and how it is implemented.
  • Integrating Oracle Sales and Advanced Product Catalog - implement Oracle Sales and Oracle Advanced Product Catalog integration in a given scenario.
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Oracle 11i: Project Foundation Fundamentals e-learning bundle
  • Course ID:
    271460
  • Duration:
    n/a
  • Price:
    $289