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Basic apps questions

Discussion in 'General' started by curtisp40, Jun 11, 2015.

  1. curtisp40

    curtisp40 Active Member

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    Hi,

    I am trying to figure out the following. Please bear with me, and thank you in advance! I might have more questions but wanted to get this started.

    Which products or modules are the following a part of or were a part of?

    • CRM Gateway for Mobile Devices
    • Mobile Application Foundation
    • Sales Foundation
    • Shipping Execution
    • Time and Labor Engine

    What are concurrent programs? What is concurrent program scheduling?

    How are System Administration (SYSADMIN acronym) users treated?
     
  2. DTSIGuy

    DTSIGuy Forum Advisor

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    As for the concurrent programs. The Oracle Apps structure comes with a scheduling system, the Concurrent Manager. You can either schedule jobs to run or call it directly to kick off any process. Think of it as a service.

    The Apps world has a SysAdmin user whose menu responsibilities include creating the user accounts, setting up and assigning responsibilities, creating/registering the menus, managing the Concurrent manager and so forth.

    HTH

    CJ
     
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  3. curtisp40

    curtisp40 Active Member

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    A couple more:

    How would you treat admin users for a product that the end user is not licensed for? (Note: the product could also be bundled into another one that is licensed.)

    How are guest users treated? Do they count towards usage if the app is licensed under a user-based metric?

    Thanks!
     
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    Those last two questions depend entirely upon the licensing model that's being used. Oracle has several...which one you're under is something only you would know.