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Understanding Shared Product & Data

Posted on August 26th, 2007 by Sanjit Anand |Print This Post Print This Post |Email This Post Email This Post

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The idea of having 'DEPENDENT' OR "SHARED" PRODUCTS or DATA in Oracle application is because of tight integration within the other area.

As Oracle application is tightly integrated.

  • Each Application depends on components from other products,called dependent or "shared" products, for full functionality.
    • For example, Oracle Payables uses components in Oracle General Ledger, Oracle Purchasing, and Oracle Personnel.
    • Components always differ: 60-80% of all Applications files are needed by two or more products.
  • When you install a product, you install the database components of all Oracle Applications products.
    • This only applies to the database portion of Oracle Applications.
      • You will not install the filesystem component of all Oracle Applications products.
    • Shared products are mostly transparent to the user.

If you take a case, to understand the sharing data concept in oracle application, you can find lot many nodes , but after all that's beauty of Oracle application.

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