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Oracle E-Business Suite R12.x HRMS - A Functionality Guide

By : Pravin S Ingawale
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Oracle E-Business Suite R12.x HRMS - A Functionality Guide

By: Pravin S Ingawale

Overview of this book

Table of Contents (16 chapters)
Oracle E-Business Suite R12.x HRMS – A Functionality Guide
About the Author
About the Reviewers


This book is a functional guide for Oracle Application HRMS R12. This guide will help implementers to design, implement, and deliver an Oracle apps HRMS system for customers.

What this book covers

Chapter 1, Introduction to Oracle Applications E-Business Suite, introduces Oracle EBS and describes the architecture of Oracle apps. Along with the architecture, it will cover various modules that are part of the Oracle HRMS family. In addition to this, it will cover the Multi Org Concept in Oracle Application and an overview of multiple organization structure in HRMS, along with practical examples.

Chapter 2, Oracle Application System Administration, shows you how to create application users, responsibilities, custom menus, request groups, and data groups. You will also learn to create concurrent programs and to attach them to responsibility.

Chapter 3, Fundamentals of Flexfields / Value Sets, explains the basics of flexfields. You will learn to define values sets, key flexfields, and descriptive flexfields.

Chapter 4, Business Group, Locations, and Organizations, covers the concept of work structures in HRMS. You will learn the basics of business groups, organizations, and locations in HRMS.

Chapter 5, Job, Position, Pay Grade, and Payroll, deals with the concept of jobs and positions. It defines a job, position and position hierarchy. It explains the concept of people group and payroll terminologies, such as payment methods, salary basis, and payroll definition.

Chapter 6, Entering People Information, talks about creating a new employee and entering employee data and additional data using DFF and KFF. You will also learn the concept of person type.

Chapter 7, Entering Assignment Information, teaches you about entering assignment information, in which you will study various components of assignments. You will also learn about entering assignment-related information. Then, you will also learn about assignment statuses in Oracle HRMS and entering salary for employees.

Chapter 8, Terminations, teaches you about terminating an employee. You will also learn how to reverse terminate an employee. We will also see how to terminate an assignment rather than an employee.

Chapter 9, Absence Management, covers the basics of absence management in Oracle. You will study the configuration of absences in which you will learn about defining absence types, elements, and so on. You will also learn about entering absences by HR and employees. We will see the important concept of calculation of absence duration.

What you need for this book

The list of software required is as follows:

Who this book is for

This book is for Oracle Apps HRMS Functional Consultants.


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