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Speaking during Collaborate 2014

Posted by Kashif Manzoor on 29th January 2014

COLLABORATE_14_OAUG_900x149_I Am_Speaking

Time is passing very quickly ……I’m just recalling year 2012 and I was at Collaborate 2012 in Las Vegas  and now year 2014…. & Collaborate 2014 is on !!!

This year during Collaborate 14, I am pleased to share I have been selected to present at COLLABORATE 14: Technology and Applications Forum for the Oracle Community – OAUG Forum and would like to invite you to attend my session in Las Vegas, Nevada, April 7-11:

Session ID #:  13771
Session Title:  Installation and Configurations of Oracle Fusion Applications – Lessons Learned
Date:  4/11/2014
Time:  12:15 PM – 01:15 PM PDT (local Las Vegas time)
Room:  Level 3, Murano – 3201

COLLABORATE 14 is designed to help users of the full family of Oracle business applications and database technologies gain greater value from their Oracle investments.

The Oracle Applications Users Group (OAUG) Forum is hosting many breakout sessions tailored for you and your particular interests. Whatever your focus, there’s a session designed for you— visit to view the agenda. You’ll also hear from key industry luminaries speaking at COLLABORATE 14, including representatives from Oracle, and we’ll enjoy many great opportunities for conversation, networking and fun.

Register today for this must-attend event!  For registration information and the latest updates on COLLABORATE 14, visit

 I hope to collaborate with you in Las Vegas!

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Installation of Oracle Fusion Applications

Posted by Kashif Manzoor on 26th January 2013

Few days back I thought, let’s try to install Oracle fusion applications and started glancing different docs available and fusionappsfinally reach to a question number 1, what hardware required? Do I have that infrastructure to support me for this thrust? All these questions played vital role to write my earlier post on hardware sizing for Oracle Fusion Applications. In the last whatever hardware was available with me, just started to try out as an experimental basis and we will see J later on.

Downloading fusion applications media from  took few days based on my internet speed and meanwhile I was just exploring installation guide Oracle Fusion Applications Installation Guide 11g Release 5 (11.1.5) E16600-07

Another thing what I have done is just captured all the steps which I have followed during this installation drive and just going to share through this post. These all steps based on my own research and maybe there is error or wrong so I would suggest all of you to just follow Oracle’s standard guide to install Oracle Fusion Applications. However do let me know if you find any point erroneous or require modifications.

What will be covered in this?

  • Basic Concepts/Architecture of Oracle Fusion Applications
  • Where to start? How to start?
  • Oracle Fusion Applications Media download from edelivery
  • Download and Installation of Oracle Linux from edelivery
  • Installation of Virtual Box
  • Installation of Operating System – Oracle Linux
  • Stage the Oracle Fusion Applications software
  • Install provisioning framework
  • Install a transaction database
  • Install and configure Oracle Identity Management components
  • Configure Oracle Identity and Access Management components
  • Integrate Oracle Identity Manager and Oracle Access Manager
  • Create a provisioning plan for the new environment
  • Provision a new environment
  • Complete required post-installation tasks

You can download from this link




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Oracle Fusion Applications 11g Release 5 – Hardware Sizing

Posted by Kashif Manzoor on 28th December 2012

From last few months, we are trying to figure out,

  • What are the hardware requirements for Fusion Applications?
  • How to do a hardware sizing?
  • What are the parameters to baseline optimum hardware for fusion applications?

After Oracle OpenWorld 2012 Oracle also started pushing more efforts on Fusion applications to market in Middle East… Similarly from last few months we are struggling with the ‘mysterious’ sizing requirements for Fusion Applications. I read lots of forums posts, goggled and from different people asserting what the hardware requirements for Oracle Fusion Applications are….. and we are not able to find from any of document to clearly states the overall hardware requirements essential for Oracle Fusion Applications. We can find the hardware requirements for the individual components, but we cannot simply sum up of these requirements.

Few statements lead us that it requires 128GB RAM, other claims 60GB RAM or 90GB RAM.

After searching on Oracle Support I have found MOS note: Fusion Applications – How to get Sizing Requirement? [ID 1379929.1] and the Oracle’s comments are:

 “Oracle wants to ensure that each customer is successful with Fusion Applications and as it has over a hundred different components giving a sizing estimate has proven to be a bit of a challenge.

So instead of giving a one-size fits no-one estimate Oracle has a special process in place that will lead to a proper sizing advice.

It consists of contacting your Oracle Sales / Account person who in turn engages the Oracle Fusion Applications environment sizing experts team.

Based up on your inputs they will provide a proper sizing report recommending the disk and memory requirements and CPU sizes for your configurations and usage level.”

And the Fusion Application Installation guide says “Consult an Oracle Fusion Applications sizing-certified representative to obtain specific, customized system hardware requirements.”

Till now, we haven’t heard any other comments from hardware vendor to facilitate this process like major hardware vendors are providing Hardware sizing questionnaire for Oracle eBusiness suite (refer my earlier post for eBusiness suite hardware sizing requirements)

In short, we don’t have other choice to workout except to approach Oracle Sales Team for hardware sizing recommendations…..

Update on 17-Jan-2013

Oracle has organized Fusion overview training for partners in Dubai; there was a one session for Oracle Fusion hardware sizing process and the final conclusion is that oracle has dedicated team to work for hardware sizing and they have build Set of questionnaire to ask input from customers.

Following is the update from the session:

Sizing Process Overview:



  • Identify Modules
    • Identify Fusion Application Modules
    • Pricing Calculator from ASM is a great place to start
  • Gather Information
    • Use sizing survey to gather sizing information
    • Users, Servers, Virtualizations, operating systems, high availability, etc
  • Perform Sizing
    • Use RAS tool for Fusion applications to create sizing
    • Manual sizing will be needed for some modules
  • Verify Prerequisites
    • Verify pre-requisite components using price list supplement
    • May need to consult more than one price list supplement
  • Create Bill of Materials
    • Use License Configuration workbook to create overall license configuration and bill of material
  • Create Pricing
    • update or create pricing calculator for technology components
  • Create Overview Presentation
    • Use sizing overview presentation template to create a customer presentable sizing overview presentation
  • Review with Tech Team
    • Review the sizing overview with both the applications team and the technology team

Sizing Roll-up – Process ModelIMG_0810

Reference Architecture Sizing Tool:



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Oracle Fusion CRM – First Look

Posted by Kashif Manzoor on 19th December 2012

I got a chance to attend Oracle Fusion CRM PartnerLab (ECEMEA PILOT) 2 days workshop organized in Dubai on 18th and 19th Dec-12 by Oracle. This PartnerLab was based on discussions, presentations, demonstrations and hands on exercises.

Following areas were covered as per agenda items with discussions, Lab and review/Q&A.

  • Territory Management
  • Customer Hub
  • Campaign Management
  • Lead Management
  • Opportunity Management
  • Forecasting Management
  • Extensibility

Trainers were good, having good knowledge of subject, we were very excited to work on Fusion applications, my first impression directly working on Fusion CRM application was prodigious and we all attendees were trying to compare Oracle eBusiness suite vs Fusion Applications vs Siebel CRM experience. Fusion application is entirely different taste, 100% web based and look/feel is almost the same, what we are getting on social media sites like facebook/linkedin/twitter. Functionality wise i will cover later on…

I will cover few of the takeaways here from this workshop; here are quick screen grabs of Oracle Fusion Applications. Login page of Fusion CRM (the instance we got for Lab)


Lead Creation Page looks like:


Glimpse of Social Network direct integration, you can see from below screen shot


Highlights from Road Map of Oracle Fusion CRM 

Fusion Mobile R5 (Current) is having native applications on iOS, Blackberry, you can get Fusion Mobile sales on blackberry

Got a new term Social Makeable Language being referred in fusion apps development for social media.

Native MS outlook client for Fusion is available –Customers, leads opportunity will show directly in outlook and opportunity details will be directly viewable in outlook

Oracle Fusion R6 (Planned)

  • In Fusions R6 marketing will support for sms
  • RightNow integrated with Fusion and opportunity Reports can be viewed in RightNow
  • Fusion Tap native application for ipad will be released for opportunity, leads, customers, contacts.

Oracle Fusion R7 (Planned)

  • FUSE the new ‘any device’ user interface for sales team – a glimpse give a good user interface based on today requirement what common users are using in social media
  • Fusion R7 will support for web landing pages and microsites

Oracle Fusion R8 (Planned)

  • Fusion Mobile for Android to get real time CRM data,
  • Audit Trail will also be introduced,
  • Simple quote, sales agreements, pricing will be introduced,
  • B2C – Person centric contact management,
  • Dynamic layouts
  • Oracle Social network will support custom objects,
  • Outlook extensibility via Apps Composer, separate tab will be available for outlook
  • Object Renaming like customers can be renamed to customer client etc

Fusion R9 and above (Planned)

  • UI Refresh Look & Feel
  • Cloud Onboarding – concept to give trial on cloud for prospects
  • Enhanced Social ROI reporting to get what company is getting from social media
  • Audit Trail on Custom Objects
  • Create Incidents from Fusion
  • Complex quotes for Telecom
  • Student recruitment and enrolment
  • Oracle Voice – works like Siri for Sales, Native application interaction

Reports and Analytics – BI Report Composer, web-based report creation/customization cycle you can see from below screen.


New Customer Creation form in Fusion CRM


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Oracle Fusion Applications Technology Licensing – Mandatory Pre-requisite Products

Posted by Kashif Manzoor on 23rd June 2012

As the Oracle Fusion Applications is going into swing in the market and number of questions are coming up for licensing components, what will be license for technology components? I just thought share few of points. Refer Oracle’s Global price list

Oracle Fusion Applications Global Price List

Oracle Fusion Applications Licensing Information


What will be Technology Licensing for Oracle Fusion Applications?

  • Database Enterprise Edition (Database is full-use license)
  • Business Intelligence Foundation Suite for Oracle Applications (or for HCM only Business Intelligence Suite Enterprise Edition Plus for Oracle Applications)
  • Identity and Access Management Suite Plus for Oracle Applications
  • Oracle Webcenter Portal for Oracle Applications
  • WebLogic Suite for Oracle Applications
  • SOA Suite for Oracle Middleware for Oracle Applications
  • Application Management Pack for Fusion Applications


  • Informatica PowerCenter and PowerConnect Adapters
  • Real-Time Decision Server (full use)
  • Database EE Option: Data Mining
  • Unified Business Process Management Suite for Oracle Applications
  • WebCenter Imaging for Oracle Applications
  • Data Integrator Enterprise Edition for Oracle Applications
  • GoldenGate (full use)
  • Enterprise Repository (full use)

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Oracle Fusion Applications Architecture

Posted by Kashif Manzoor on 10th October 2011

The Oracle Fusion Application is based on service-oriented platform and joins next-generation enterprise technologies, applications, and services, including Oracle Fusion Middleware.

Using the latest technology and incorporating the best practices gathered from different Oracle’s customers, Oracle Fusion Applications is a suite of open standards-based business applications that provide a new standard for the way businesses innovate, work and adopt technology. Delivered as a complete suite of modular, service-enabled enterprise applications. Whether it is one module, a product family, or the entire suite, Oracle provides businesses with their choice of all advancements pioneered by Oracle Fusion Applications, at a pace that matches individual business demands. Its technology framework includes the following products:

  • Oracle WebCenter provides design-time and runtime tools for building enterprise portals, transactional websites, and social networking sites.
  • Oracle Business Intelligence 11g provides a full range of business intelligence capabilities that enable you to analyze, present, report, and deliver organizational data.
  • Oracle Universal Content Management enables us to leverage document management, Web content management, digital asset management; and records retention functionality to build and complement your business applications.
  • Oracle SOA Suite provides a complete set of service infrastructure components for designing, deploying, and managing SOA composite applications. Oracle SOA Suite enables services to be created, managed, and orchestrated into SOA composite applications.
  • Oracle WebLogic Server is a scalable, enterprise-ready application server based on Java Enterprise Edition (Java EE).
  • Oracle JDeveloper is an integrated development environment with end-to-end support for modeling, developing, debugging, optimizing, and deploying Java applications and web services.
  • Oracle Enterprise Manager offers business-driven applications management, integrated application to disk management, integrated systems management, and support experience.
  • Oracle Identity Managementenables organizations to manage the end-to-end lifecycle of user identities and to secure access to enterprise resources and assets.

Oracle Fusion Applications Architecture

Oracle Fusion Applications includes the following product families, or collections of products that are associated with a functional area:

  • Oracle Fusion Customer Relationship Management manages customers, contacts, and resources, including data quality configuration.
  • Oracle Fusion Financials manages financial flows, including assets, ledgers, cash cycle, invoices and payments, accounts receivable, collections, and setup of subledger accounting and tax configuration.
  • Oracle Fusion Governance, Risk, and Compliance integrates business intelligence, process management, and automated controls enforcement to enable sustainable risk and compliance management.
  • Oracle Fusion Human Capital Management provides employee management for an organization.
  • Oracle Fusion Procurement manages the procurement process including requisitions, purchase orders, and supplier negotiations.
  • Oracle Fusion Project Portfolio Management manages projects, including how to plan, budget, forecast, collect costs, bill customers, and report performance.
  • Oracle Fusion Supply Chain Management integrates and automates all key supply chain processes, from design, planning, and procurement to manufacturing and order fulfillment.
  • Oracle Fusion Setup is a special product family for supporting the other product families

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Oracle Fusion Applications Foundation – Functional Setup Manager

Posted by Kashif Manzoor on 20th August 2011

Fusion Applications Foundation: An introduction to Functional Setup Manager

Oracle Fusion Functional Setup Manager provides a single user interface for performing all tasks related to Oracle Fusion Applications setup after installation and helps you to easily move the setup data between instances to reduce implementation time.

Benefits of using Oracle Fusion Functional Setup Manager include:

  • Minimizing time to deploy with predefined setup offerings, guided and sequential task lists, and the ability to set up once and import or export to many instances
  • Enabling you to configure offerings to fit your business needs; you can create custom tasks and task lists to extend offerings
  • Maximizing productivity by offering built-in analysis and reporting functionality Oracle Fusion Functional


Setup Manager offers:

  • A single entry point to set up applications, which enables you to manage all aspects of functional setup in one interface
  • A built in decision tree to fine tune your configuration
  • Pre-packaged facilities to export and import setup data consistently and quickly
  • Pre-seeded setup templates and guided task flows
  • Built-in collaboration and reporting
  • Full extensibility to create custom setup objects
  • Rapid start with predefined configuration packages
  • Capability to easily import offerings from one instance to another and easily distribute new offerings
  • A user interface to review the topology hierarchy and configuration of your installation


Setup methodology:

You are implementing Fusion applications for the first time or you are adding a new module to an existing implementation or perhaps changing the existing setup data, any implementation project will go through Planning, Implementation, and then Deployment.

Planning Phase: you will review the Fusion features to figure out what they will provide, you will configure them to fit your business requirements and then you will generate the setup task list and finally customize the task list, if needed

Implementation Phase:  You will collect and enter setup data and then test to verify that the setup is working correctly.

Deployment Phase:  You will first identify which setup you want to deploy and then you will export it from the source instance and import it to your target instance. Finally, when export and import processes complete successfully, you will verify that the setup has properly migrated from source to target.

Following Guided Process will increase setup efficiency.


1-Review offerings

2-configure to fit

3-Generate setup tasks

4-Customize setup task lists (optional)


5-Collect data

6-Enter setup data



8-Identify setup to be deployed

9-Export and import

10-Verify setup

There are 3 Functional Setup Manager related roles that fusion application will delivered out of the box.

Application Implementation Managers: 

Responsibility: Manages overall implementation of a fusion.

These users are usually responsible for overall implementation of a Fusion application. During planning phase, they will learn all about the Offerings and what functionality they provide; then the implementation managers will configure the Offerings to fit the business requirements and generate the setup task list.

During implementation phase, these users will monitor the progress of the project.

Functional Owners:

Responsibility: Subject matter experts who setup their functional areas.

This is a collective term we use to identify the users who are typically responsible for entering setup data.  They are usually from respective lines of businesses and are subject matter experts in their functional areas.   This includes, for example, the financial administrator, procurement manager, sales operations representative, benefit administrator and so on.

During implementation, they will collect and enter setup data and then test to verify that the setups are working correctly.

After deployment, these same users are often responsible to verify that export/import has worked correctly and the setups are working properly at the target instance.

Application Implementation Consultant:

Responsibility: Sole contact who fulfills all phases of implementation primarily in a smaller project.

This is the super-user role for Functional Setup Manager.  These individuals will have full access to all functionality supported by Setup Manager.

Let’s we will now demonstrate an example of the high level features.

As we discussed above, whether you are implementing Fusion for the first time or making changes to your existing setup, any typical implementation project will start with planning.

When you start planning, you want to come to Getting Started page. Here you will find all Fusion Offerings are listed on a single page and by clicking on any one of them, you can analyze and learn all about its setup requirements through self-service.

Let’s, we drill down on Sales ………

 You will find a list of predefined reports that will allow you to analyze setup requirements and plan properly for more successful implementation.  Each report provides insight into different aspects of implementing the features.

For example, if you open the Related Business Objects report you will find out what are all the setup data that will be needed to make Sales offering ready for transaction. (Click on xls icon for RELATED BUSINESS OBJECTS)



Click on xls icon for OK button

Now if you are implementing Sales, you possibly know that you have to set up sales related functions such as territories, sales stages, forecasting period, lead assignment rules and so on…..

What may not be as apparent is that Sales implementation also requires setting up currencies, time-zones… (Click on SCROLL DOWN)


Business units and contracts … (Click on SCROLL DOWN)

Items and so on……

This report shows a full list of ALL setup data – including the pre-requisites – that must be defined before you can use the Sales application. (Click xls CLOSE icon)

Click anywhere….

Let’s to summarize till now you will start your planning from the Getting Started User Intrface.  You can learn all about the Offerings from a single source through self-service.  You can review the prepackaged reports for impact analysis and better understanding of implementation requirements.

After you finish your analysis you will configure the Offerings to match your requirements by going to ‘Configure Offerings’ page. (Click on CONFIGURE OFFERINGS from task pane)

On this page you will find the same list of Offerings as you have seen on the Getting Started page.  In addition you can expand any Offering to find optional modules or functionality within it.

For example: if you expand Sales you will find a list of Sales related optional features/functionality.

[Click to expand SALES Offering]

Simply by checking or un-checking the Offerings and Options, you can configure Fusion applications to fit your business needs. Let’s take an example: you are implementing Sales and in addition to core sales functions, your company is interested in Lead Management, Territory Management, and Sales Forecasting. Other features such as Sales Catalog or Prediction Engines are not applicable to our implementation just yet.

Simply check the Options that are applicable to your company and leave others unchecked.  This in turn will appropriately configure the list of setup tasks that will be generated automatically in the next step. The task list will only include those setups that are applicable to your selected Options and will exclude any that are relevant for the Options you have not selected.  You can also do more granular configuration by selecting Feature Choices where applicable. [Click on SELECT FEATURE CHOICES icon]

The Feature Choices typically represent optional or alternative business rules.  For example, in case of Lead management, you can choose whether or not you want to use assessment template.  Again, this will influence the auto-generated setup task list and only tasks that are applicable to your selection will be presented to you. (Click on CANCEL button)

Click anywhere………….

You can select appropriate Offerings and Options to fit Fusion applications just right to your business. You can make finer matching with your business processes by choosing appropriate features choices.

Once you complete your configuration, you are ready to generate the setup task list and start your implementation.  Click on MANAGE IMPLEMENTATION PROJECTS from task pane…

To auto-generate setup task list, you will create an implementation project and choose the offerings and options you want to implement. Let’s take a look at this implementation project that I have recently created with Sales offering. Click on SALES PROJECT in the table

All setup tasks will be presented in a tree format. Click to expand SALES


As you can see the generated task list not only includes the sales application specific tasks but also all the tasks that are relevant to set up any pre-requisites needed by the Sales application such a creating users, enterprise structures, security etc.  Therefore, you get complete visibility to end-to-end requirements through one single list.

You will also find that the tasks are organized with pre-requisites and dependencies in mind. The most common requirements across all offerings are listed first. Next the common tasks across a product family such as CRM are shown Point to DEFINE COMMON CRM CONFIGURATIONS. They are followed by the common tasks across various modules in a product such as Sales. Point to DEFINE COMMON SALES CONFIGURATIONS. Finally, feature/functionality specific tasks are listed at the end. Point to SALES FORECASTING, LEAD MANAGEMENT etc.

Let me also point out what we discussed during configuration of the Offerings.  As you can see, tasks for setting up lead management and forecasting – the options that we selected during configuration are included but those for sales catalog, and sales prediction engine are not. If you need to further customize your list of tasks you can also add or remove tasks for this task list.

Once you have finished configuring the task list, you are ready for implementation.  You will assign the tasks from various functional areas to the appropriate users who are responsible for entering those setup data. Click anywhere…..

To generate setup task list you will create an implementation project which will provide sequential list of tasks to give you complete visibility to implementation requirements. You can refine the task list if needed by adding or removing tasks. Let’s now take a look from the assigned user’s point of view. Click on SETUP AND MAINTENANCE (workspace) link at the upper-left corner of the page

Their landing page in Functional Setup Manager is this page.  Here they will find all of their assigned tasks in a single list.  They will also be able to open the UIs for entering setup data directly from this task list by clicking on ‘Go to Task’ which will help them to manage their setup data very easily through self-service.

Functional Setup Manager fully honors the security profile of the users who are performing any of the tasks. This includes both functional and data access control. This means, that the users will be able to enter setup data only according to the permission granted to them. Click on GO TO TASK icon for Define Sales Forecasting Configuration

After entering or updating setup data when the users save or cancel and close the UI, they will return to their list of assigned tasks and continue to perform their next task. Click on CANCEL button

I would also like to point out the capability of attaching documents or adding free-format notes to a task from this page.  Point to links in the NOTES column. This helps users to share knowledge and collaborate in an implementation project. Click anywhere

Functional users will find all of their assigned tasks in a single list. The UIs for entering setup data are also accessible directly from these tasks, which helps the users to manage their setup through self-service. They can also collaborate using notes and attachments.

Once all setup data is entered and tested, you are ready to deploy it to production and so you will go to Manage Configuration Package. Click on MANAGE CONFIGURATION PACKAGES

To deploy your setup to another instance such as production, first you need to identify which setup you want to deploy. Therefore you will select one of your implementation projects and create a configuration package for it.  This will determine what setup data will be migrated. To finish, you will export the configuration package from the source instance and import it at the target instance.

Let’s take a look at a Configuration Package I recently created and submitted for export. [Point to SALES_PROJCT_1 (configuration package)] Here I would like point out to a couple of very useful files that you can download. Click on Download icon

Point to DOWNLOAD CONFIGURATION PACKAGE link, this file called Configuration Package, is created by the export process and is read by the import process to move setup from one instance to another. It is a zip file of multiple xml files which contain the setup tasks from the implementation project you selected to create the configuration package and the setup data related to those tasks. You can also use this file as a template and replicate the same setup at many instances to rapid start Fusion applications. Point to DOWNLOAD SETUP DATA link

Setup Data Report is another very useful file for your implementation.  This zip file contains various xls files that show what setup data was exported or imported in an easy-to-read tabular format. Point to anywhere

Here is an example of a Setup Data Report.  It is showing you what setup data has been exported. Point to anywhere

During export and import will identify what setup data to migrate by choosing an implementation project and creating a configuration package. You can use the configuration package to migrate setup once, or use it as a template to rapid start Fusion implementation at many instances.

You can review reports to get complete visibility to setup data and verify setups. Once Fusion Offering is implemented and deployed to production, there might still be times when you need to make small setup changes.  For example, over time you might need to add or remove win/loss reasons that are used by the Opportunities.  For those smaller changes you do not need to go through the elaborate process of full implementation flow.

You can go to ALL TASKS tab, and search for the appropriate task either by the name of the task or the associated business object. Once the search result is returned you can perform the desired task directly from the returned list. Here, I have searched for a task name that has ‘win/loss reasons’ and the task called ‘Manage Win/Loss Reasons’ is retuned. I can click on ‘Go to Task’… Click on GO TO TASK icon

go to Win/Loss UI where I will make the changes I want to make.  Once finished, I will save and close the UI and will return to Functional Setup Manager. Click on CANCEL button


The users can continue to search for other tasks if they want and enter data for them. As I mentioned before, the functional and data security profile of the user performing the task is always verified by Functional Setup Manager.  Therefore, a user will not be able to just search for a task and start entering data for it unless he or she has the right permissions to do so. Click anywhere

So, why should you use Functional Setup Manager? Setup Manger provides self-service process for planning, implementation and deployment of Fusion applications which allows customers manage all aspects of functional setup through a single interface. Setup Offerings provide configurable and extensible pre-packaged setup task lists allowing setup customization at the business user level

Setup export and import provides configuration packages to move setup across systems consistently and quickly. Setup Reporting helps to audit and validate setup configuration and data at any instance

Feature Capability Customer Benefit
Setup Manager Self-serviced process for planning, implementation and deployment Manage all aspects of functional setup in one interface
Setup Offerings Configurable and extensible pre-packaged setup task lists Customize setup at business user level
Setup Export & Import Configuration Packages to move  setup across systems Export & Import setup data consistently and quickly
Setup Reporting Report on functional configurations and data Accurately report, audit, and validate setup configuration and data

I hope it helped you to become familiar with the features and functionality of Functional Setup Manager and prepared you to start using this new product for your Fusion applications implementation.


End notes:

Oracle Fusion Applications Concepts Guide 11g Release 1 (

Oracle Fusion Applications Information Technology Management, Implement Applications Guide.


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