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Control-M Option for Oracle Applications (WBT)

The Control‐M Option for Oracle Applications online course provides Control‐M administrators and schedulers with the concepts and knowledge required to install, configure, perform account setup, and start using Control‐M Option for Oracle Applications in jobs that schedule Oracle E‐Business Suite tasks.

 Control‐M Option for Oracle Applications allows you to:

  • Integrate Oracle Applications with other systems
  • Enhance E‐Business Suite scheduling capabilities
  • Reduce errors and processing delays through enhanced monitoring and management capabilities

Major release:

Control-M Any

Good for:

Administrators, Operators, Schedulers, System Programmers

Course Delivery:

Self Paced | 0.67 시간

Course Modules

  • Course Objectives
    • Describe the purpose and benefits of Control‐M Option for Oracle Applications
    • Acquire the files needed to install Control‐M Option for Oracle Applications
    • Install Control‐M Option for Oracle Applications
    • Perform post‐installation tasks, including the definition of Control‐M Option for Oracle Applications accounts
    • Define Control‐M Option for Oracle Applications jobs to schedule and monitor jobs in Oracle Applications
    • Use Control‐M Option for Oracle Applications utilities to extract Oracle Concurrent Manager requests and request sets, and then convert them to jobs defined in the Control‐M database
    • Use Control‐M Option for Oracle Applications utilities to intercept Oracle Concurrent Manager tasks that are in an On Hold status, so that they can be monitored and managed by Control‐M