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11IOraHRMSTFHR 11i Oracle HRMS Technical Foundation Human Resources

Oracle Course Description:
This course presents HRMS architecture, security features and fundamentals, including DateTrack. Participants will learn about the aspects of HRMS that can be configured and extended by technical implementers and support personnel. Also covered are HRMS features, such as User Hooks and , HRMS Forms Configurator, which are critical to successful support, conversion, and implementation tasks when extensions are required.
Oracle Course Duration:
3 DAYS
Oracle Course Target Audience:
Project Manager
Oracle Course Prerequisite:
NONE
Course Content:
  • Considering Applications and HRMS Architecture

    • Identifying Oracle HRMS applications
    • Identifying HRMS naming conventions
    • Recognizing HRMS database objects
    • Identifying legislative components, tables, and views in HRMS

  • Reviewing Applications security model and HRMS customer needs

    • Restricting what people see
    • Security capabilities
    • Using security tools

  • Understanding DateTrack and dated entities

    • DateTrack terminology
    • DateTrack modes
    • Controlling DateTrack access

  • Recognizing HRMSi and eBusiness Intelligence

    • Main HRMSi components
    • HRMS online transaction processing (OLTP)) and relational data
    • HRMSi Discoverer workbooks and End User Layer
    • Business Views
    • Core HRMS setup for HRMSi reports
    • Data Warehouse components of HRMSi

  • Identifying HRMS interfaces with Oracle Applications

    • Recognizing shared entities
    • Considering configuration options and HR development direction

  • Tracking personal data

    • Following basic HRMS processes and data
    • Relating people, work structures, and compensation

  • Examining structures for extending data: flexfields and other information types

    • Key flexfields in HRMS
    • Descriptive flexfields
    • Other flexfields: protected, soft-coded legislative, developer
    • SIT and EIT: where available and how to configure

  • Introducing performance topics, such as Cost-Based Optimizer

  • Understanding HRMS globalization features

    • Multiple language support
    • Profiles in a global implementation
    • Currency, including the Euro as a functional currency
    • Language, localizations, applications, and character sets
    • Business groups and data partitions

  • Identifying the HRMS Business process approach

    • Understanding API parameters
    • Processing with APIs

  • Running Data Pump and APIs

    • Setting up Data Pump
    • Examining Data Pump processes

  • Considering Mass Information eXchange (MIX) interface utilities

    • Batch element entry (BEE)
    • System data extract

  • Recognizing Application Technology group (ATG) data loading tools

  • Discussing Payroll interfaces and the generic Payroll Interface Kit

  • Understanding and using Application Data Exchange (ADE)

    • Installing and configuring ADE
    • Using ADE options and styles
    • Running and troubleshooting ADE

  • Understanding extension restrictions

  • Using Custom library with Oracle applications: Common and HRMS-specific event points

  • Extending validation with API User Hooks: hook conventions and restrictions

    • Implementing hooked code
    • Registering user hooked code with the preprocessor

  • Extending HRMS

  • Examining database item components

    • Considerations for creating database items

  • Management templates Extending HRMS security with the custom WHERE clause in security profiles

  • Using Forms Configurator and People