As of Friday, April 15, 2016, the MOS Portal blog has moved to a new location within My Oracle Support Communities.
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-The Oracle Software Support Team
Increase productivity with access to on-line support communities, specific to your Oracle environment, backed by Oracle support experts. Collaborate with an extensive global peer group who share real-world best practices, tips and tricks.
At the heart of My Oracle Support Community (MOSC) are hundreds of engagement spaces that cover a wide range of technologies, applications, and business processes. But MOSC is much more than just a discussion forum.
- Follow only the spaces that you work with to get the latest information. Get early access to product news and support features.
- Post discussions with your product questions for Oracle experts to engage.
- Submit and vote on Ideas to help steer product direction.
- Use communities for quick answers in lieu of a Service Request.
- My Oracle Support Community members are experts and peers from the Oracle customer base, with real-world experience; and Oracle’s own Support engineers moderate and contribute to the communities.
- The result: unparalleled access to a combination of deep and practical expertise.
- You can "Follow" specific content, topics, or people and get notified in the community or by email of new interactions in the areas you choose to follow.
- Knowledge is also shared using current features like Spotlights, Ideas, Instant Polls, Twitter Feeds and Support Blogs.
- Community areas grow in usefulness and relevance as content is added and shared.
- High-value content becomes more accessible and easier to find.
- Share your own expertise and enhance your own reputation as an expert, as well as network with your peers.
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Details on Tools like Oracle Configuration Manager (OCM), Remote Diagnostic Assistant (RDA), etc.User Guides
Index page for the online User Guides for any product area.My Oracle Support Communities (MOSC)
Link to the parent MOSC site
allowing you to browse and post questions for any product area.
The December 2015 My Oracle Support Release added Customer User Administrator (CUA) functionality to the Oracle Cloud Support portal. The change makes it much easier for customers using the Cloud Portal (including many Oracle MICROS and Oracle Hospitality customers) to manage user access and Support Identifier (SI) tasks.
If you are a CUA, you will be notified of current administrative tasks in the notification area in the top area of the Cloud Portal page. You can also click your name, then the Administration sub-link, and you'll be taken to the CUA information view in the Cloud Portal.
Review the video found in "Cloud Support Portal - How to Use the CUA Functionality" (Document 2072499.1).
You can also review existing trainings on how to perform common CUA tasks by visiting "Customer User Administrator (CUA) Roles and Responsibilities" (Document 1544004.2).
The Cloud Portal allows you to verify user approval actions and review Support Identifier notices. However, Cloud Portal does not fully support managing Support Identifier assignments and renewals. To perform these actions you will need to continue using the standard My Oracle Support portal for the time being. Review the video training linked above for more details.