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What is CEMLI’s Framework?

Some one asked today what is CEMLI's framework in oracle....I have no answer at that time. It was surprise for him to know that , after so many years playing with EBS, never have come across this terminology.. :)

Anyway,here are some of extracted information for you.

CEMLI Defined as Configurations,Extensions, Modifications,Localizations and Integrations, all of which refer to recommended ways in which the standard solutions could be modified, if required.

"Oracle defined the CEMLI Framework, which translates into 20 classes of extensions that customers can add to their Oracle systems."

The framework was established by Oracle On Demand to categorize customizations, meaning software that had to be added by the customer or implementer to the Oracle applications.

Another classic example of software that must be added to the system unique to a specific application is a localization. Localizations are country-specific requirements statutory and country-specific business practices that are not included in the standard software package.

To Simplify CEMLI is Oracle's published guidelines for developing and implementing custom extensions to Oracle Applications.

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6 Comments To "What is CEMLI’s Framework?"

#1 Comment By nick On December 20, 2007 @ 9:15 pm

Hi
This site is very informative and good

How can I know these guidelines and obtain them

regards
nick

#2 Comment By Sanjit Anand On December 27, 2007 @ 7:13 am

Dear Nick,

Thanks for nice words.

If you have already have csi number, ask for information from metalink, I know Oracle does provides these to there consulting guys and patners, this is same as typical AIM bundle, enough documentation.

And wish you a very happy marry x-mas and Best of everything in the New Year!!

#3 Comment By Kay On September 23, 2008 @ 7:00 am

Where can I find out more about CEMLI? Can this be applied to non Oracle products?

#4 Comment By Anand On November 26, 2008 @ 2:48 am

Any doc’s on Oracle Advanced Supply Chain& Planing??

#5 Comment By R. Maududi On October 17, 2010 @ 3:25 pm

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#6 Comment By R. Maududi On October 17, 2010 @ 3:28 pm

Hi Sanjit

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