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Apps 11i and Developer suggestions to get up to speed quickly

From: Kathy Duret <>
Date: Fri, 14 Sep 2001 12:44:19 -0700
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My company is going to be implementing both of these within the next year. I have taken Oracle Reports 6i and have practical experience in it. I have NO Apps or Forms experience.

What Oracle Courses, books and email groups to get/subscribe too.

We are going to be implementing FA, HR, Payroll and Data warehousing. Don't know about any others right now. My guess is probably BOL and BOM as well.

I am going to order Kimball's' Data Warehousing toolkit and the Essential Oracle 8i Data Warehouse book by Dodge and Gorman.

We have a mix of HP/Solaris/NT boxes with 8.1.6.

A manager here mentioned 3 DBA developer courses and he didn't know the specifics and I can't see anything for developer DBA, I think maybe they were thinking about the general dba administration tuning and backup/recovery classes. Please correct me if I am wrong.

Is the 11i Oracle Applications System Administration class worth taking? What about 11i Oracle alert?

Any suggestions, advice, etc. are greatly appreciated.

Thanks mucho much,


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