Monday, January 11, 2021, 3:00-4:00 PM EDT 

    "User Management Part II – Security Wizards and Proxy Users" by Susan Behn

    Abstract/Objective – Learn how to utilize security wizards which allow you to create Grants through a guided navigation path to allow access to value sets, concurrent reports, banks, and users also allowing limitations on what functions can be performed on these items. Learn how to utilize proxy functionality to delegate tasks to other users for various reasons – out of office, workload sharing and others.

    Security Wizard – Flexfield Value Sets
    Security Wizard – Concurrent Processing
    Security Wizard – Security Administration
    Proxy Users

    Tuesday, January 12, 2021, 3:00-4:00 PM EDT 

    "Oracle Application Express 20.2 New Features" by Marc Sewtz

    Abstract/Objective – APEX 20.2 has been described as an "epic" release, with a plethora of new features designed to make building web apps with APEX, faster and easier than ever. An all new Cards component, new and updated item types, brand new Automations, Redwood Light styling, awesome new REST-related features, lots of smaller development enhancements, and a whole lot more! Through live demo, Marc will take you through some of the most compelling new features of Oracle Application Express and Oracle REST Data Services.

    Wednesday, January 13, 2021, 3:00-4:00 PM EDT 

    "Interfaces and Integrations in Oracle Cloud" by Brian Makarewicz

    This session will provide an overview of different approaches that organizations can take when integrating their cloud ERP Financials Application with on premise and third-party applications. We will cover the three basic integration methods, including manual integrations, real time web services, and batch integrations using file-based data loaders. The session will cover the overall design and infrastructure of cloud ERP integrations and discuss the roles of Universal Content Manager, the cloud interface tables, and the nature of the cloud application tables. We will review the role that web services play and when they should be used. We will also cover the role that file based data loaders play in integrations and discuss when and how they should be used. In addition, we will cover the process of using file-based data loaders as a programmatic integration approach.

    Key Takeaways:
    - An understanding of how different Cloud ERP integration methods work.
    - An understanding of how to progrmatically use the FBDI process.
    - When and how to use a specific integration method, Web Services, FBDI, or manual.

    Audience: Beginner & Intermediate
    SaaS Product: ERP Financials
    PaaS Product: Agnostic