Getting Started with Fusion Applications Administration

  • Tushar Thakker


The earlier chapters of this book provided an overview of the end-to-end provisioning of an Oracle Fusion Applications instance in your environment, whether on-premise or via a private cloud. The last chapter brought a logical switch to the contents of this book from installation to management of the installed applications where you got an idea of the basic interface of Fusion Applications and how the screen elements and UI components are placed in the common interface and their importance in the overall application suite. If you have followed the chapters sequentially, you should have your own Fusion Applications instance running on your servers depending on the topology you selected. You are also aware of how to navigate through various logical sections of the applications interface and know how to locate the important functionalities.


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  • Tushar Thakker
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  1. 1.Param LabsDubaiUnited Arab Emirates

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