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Using Oracle J Initiator On Windows 7 i3 OR i5 Processor And on IE9

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J-Initiator Installation on Window 7:


Double-click on jinit13130.exe Install the J-Initiator and “Next” a couple of times program will be activated. Copy file to your computer at following folder "C:\Program Files\Oracle\JInitiator\1.3.1.30\bin\hotspot"
Replace the old files jvm.dlland msvr71.dll
If you are using the Windows 7 you have to do the following power settings·Click Start ·In the search box, type Power Options and hit enter ·Chances are, the radio dot is on the balanced (recommended) setting. ·Click on the   Change     plan settings link to the right for whatever plan is selected. ·Click the Change advanced power settings link ·In the advanced options, scroll down until you find Intel Graphics and click on the + next to it. ·You should see two options below the Intel Graphics: Plugged In and On Battery. Set   both of these to Maximum Performance. ·Apply and OK, then you can close everything else down. ·Test now. IE9 Setups: Internet Options -> Security ->Local Intranet…

AR Receipts Creation Using API's

AR Receipts API Single Insert Creation Script
1.Creating a RECEIPT :
DECLARE l_return_status VARCHAR2 (1); l_msg_count NUMBER; l_msg_data VARCHAR2 (240); l_cr_id NUMBER;
BEGIN ar_receipt_api_pub.create_cash (p_api_version => 1.0, p_init_msg_list => fnd_api.g_false, p_commit => fnd_api.g_false, p_validation_level => fnd_api.g_valid_level_full, x_return_status => l_return_status, x_msg_count => l_msg_count, x_msg_data => l_msg_data, p_currency_code => 'USD', p_amount => 200, p_receipt_number => 'XX_TEST1', p_receipt_date => SYSDATE, p_gl_date => SYSDATE, p_customer_id => Customer id , p_customer_bank_account_id => , p_customer_site_use_id => , p_receipt_method_id => , p_cr_id => l_cr_id );
DBMS_OUTPUT.put_line ('Message count ' l_msg_count); DBMS_OUTPUT.put_line ('Status ' l_return_status);
IF l_msg_count = 1 THEN DBMS_OUTPUT.put_line ('l_msg_data ' l_msg_data); ELSIF l_msg_count > 1 THEN LOOP …

Single Euro Payments Area (SEPA) In Oracle EBS

What is the 'Single Euro Payments Area' (SEPA)? The euro has meant that you can pay by cash anywhere in the euro area just as easily as at home. But at present it's not so easy if you want to pay for goods or services electronically in another euro area country, for example with your bank debit card, which is how many people want to make payments today. And when you want to transfer money from your home bank account to an account in another euro area country, the payment can take much longer, and sometimes the receiver does not get the full amount. The Single Euro Payments Area (or 'SEPA' for short) will change all this. It will make all electronic payments in the euro area as easy as cash payments are now. It will mean that you can make fast and secure transfers between bank accounts anywhere in the euro area. . I have a personal bank account in the euro area. What will SEPA mean for me? First of all, let's be clear that SEPA won't be like the introduction of…