Oracle General Ledger Guide

Oracle General Ledger Guide: Implement a Highly Automated Financial Processing System (repost)

Oracle General Ledger Guide: Implement a Highly Automated Financial Processing System
McGraw-Hill Osborne Media | 2009 | ISBN: 0071622292 | 304 pages | PDF | 8,3 MB
Oracle General Ledger Guide: Implement a Highly Automated Financial Processing System

Melanie Cameron, "Oracle General Ledger Guide: Implement a Highly Automated Financial Processing System"
McGraw-Hill Osborne Media | 2009 | ISBN: 0071622292 | 304 pages | PDF | 8,3 MB
Oracle General Ledger Guide: Implement a Highly Automated Financial Processing System

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Melanie Cameron | ISBN: 0071622292 | PDF | 305 pages | April 2009 | 6 MB

Maintain a centralized, highly automated processing platform across a fully integrated set of Oracle E-Business Suite applications using Oracle General Ledger. This Oracle Press guide explains how to utilize Oracle General Ledger to distribute timely and accurate financial information enterprise-wide. Learn efficient techniques for creating transactions and budgets, defining custom rules and flows, reconciling balances, and easing regulatory compliance. You will also discover how to consolidate financial data, process foreign currencies, and implement the brand-new Oracle Subledger Accounting.
Oracle Essbase & Oracle OLAP: The Guide to Oracle's Multidimensional Solution (repost)

Oracle Essbase & Oracle OLAP: The Guide to Oracle's Multidimensional Solution by Michael Schrader, Dan Vlamis, Mike Nader and Chris Claterbos
English | ISBN: 0071621822 | edition 2009 | PDF | 524 pages | 10,7 mb

Oracle Fusion Developer Guide by Lynn Munsinger [Repost]  

Posted by tanas.olesya at April 29, 2015
Oracle Fusion Developer Guide by Lynn Munsinger [Repost]

Oracle Fusion Developer Guide: Building Rich Internet Applications with Oracle ADF Business Components and Oracle ADF Faces (Oracle Press) by Lynn Munsinger
English | Dec 11, 2009 | ISBN: 0071622543 | 769 Pages | PDF | 12 MB

Successfully design rich enterprise web applications using the detailed information in this Oracle Press volume. Oracle Fusion Developer Guide goes beyond the predominant drag-and-drop methods in Oracle JDeveloper 11g and provides a wealth of examples that address common development scenarios when using Oracle Fusion Middleware.
The SAP General Ledger: Effectively Using SAP FI (2nd edition)

Eric Bauer, Jörg Siebert, "The SAP General Ledger: Effectively Using SAP FI (2nd edition)"
2010 | ISBN-10: 1592293506 | 505 pages | PDF | 76 MB
Oracle Essbase & Oracle OLAP: The Guide to Oracle's Multidimensional Solution by Michael Schrader [Repost]

Oracle Essbase & Oracle OLAP: The Guide to Oracle's Multidimensional Solution (Oracle Press) by Michael Schrader
McGraw-Hill Osborne Media; 1 edition | October 7, 2009 | English | ISBN: 0071621822 | 529 pages | PDF | 14 MB

With the acquisition of Hyperion Systems in 2007, Oracle finds itself owning the two most capable OLAP products on the market–Essbase and the OLAP Option to the Oracle Database. Written by the most knowledgeable experts on both Essbase and Oracle OLAP, this Oracle Press guide explains how these products are similar and how they differ.

Oracle Exadata Survival Guide  

Posted by nebulae at Dec. 21, 2013
Oracle Exadata Survival Guide

David Fitzjarrell and Mary Mikell Spence, "Oracle Exadata Survival Guide"
English | ISBN: 1430260106 | 2013 | 400 pages | EPUB | 6 MB

Oracle Performance Survival Guide (Repost)  

Posted by step778 at Aug. 30, 2013
Oracle Performance Survival Guide (Repost)

Guy Harrison, "Oracle Performance Survival Guide: A Systematic Approach to Database Optimization"
2009 | pages: 760 | ISBN: 0137011954 | PDF | 7,3 mb
Oracle Essbase & Oracle OLAP: The Guide to Oracle's Multidimensional Solution (repost)

Oracle Essbase & Oracle OLAP: The Guide to Oracle's Multidimensional Solution by Michael Schrader, Dan Vlamis, Mike Nader and Chris Claterbos
English | ISBN: 0071621822 | edition 2009 | PDF | 524 pages | 10,7 mb

With the acquisition of Hyperion Systems in 2007, Oracle finds itself owning the two most capable OLAP products on the market–Essbase and the OLAP Option to the Oracle Database. Written by the most knowledgeable experts on both Essbase and Oracle OLAP, this Oracle Press guide explains how these products are similar and how they differ.