Oracle EBS R12.1 Receivables Essentials

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Exam Number: 1Z0-518
Associated Certifications:

Oracle E-Business Suite 12 Financial Management Certified Implementation Specialist: Oracle Receivables


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Duration: 150 minutes
# of Questions: 80 for both sections combined
Passing Score: E-business Essentials - 60%
Oracle Receivables Fundamentals - 60%
There are two sections to this exam. Both sections of the exam MUST be passed in order the pass the exam.
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  建议课程及准备   Additional Information & Resources   Exam Topics   Fraudulent Activity Policy

建议课程及准备

Oracle 大学的培训:
R12.x Oracle E-Business Suite Essentials for Implementers

R12.x Oracle Receivables Management Fundamentals

早期课程 " Oracle E-Business Suite R12: E-Business Essentials " 和"R12 Oracle Receivables Management Fundamentals" 是过去针对考试的推荐课程,并且现在仍可以作为备考的有效工具。 但是这些课程将不再被安排授课。

OPN的培训
OPN成员的培训机会
Available Boot Camps: Oracle E-Business Suite Essentials Implementation Boot Camp Oracle E-Business Suite R12.1 Accounts Receivable Implementation Boot Camp
OPN指导的学习路径: Oracle E-Business Suite Financial Management Certified Implementation Specialist: Receivables

Additional Information & Resources

This exam is valid for Oracle E-Business Suite 12 and 12.1.

Exam Retake Policy

Exam Topics

E-Business Essentials


Navigating in R12 Oracle Applications

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Log in to Oracle Applications

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Navigate from Personal Home Page to Applications

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Choose a responsibility

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Create Favorites and set Preferences

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Use Forms and Menus

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Enter data using Forms

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Search for data using Forms

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Access online Help

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Run and monitor Reports and Programs

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Log out of Oracle Applications


Introduction to Oracle Applications R12

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Explain the footprint of R12 E-Business Suite

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Describe the benefits of R12 E-Business Suite

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Describe R12 E-Business Suite architecture


Shared Entities and Integration

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Explain shared entities within R12 E-Business Suite

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Describe key integration points and business flows between products in E-Business Suite (EBS)

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Identify Key Business Flows and products involved in E-Business Suite (EBS)


Fundamentals of Flexfields

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Describe Flexfields and their components

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Identify the steps to implement a Flexfield

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Define value sets and values

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Define Key Flexfields

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Define Descriptive Flexfields


Fundamentals of Multi-Org

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Define Multiple Organization (Multi-Org)

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Describe the types of organizations supported in the Multi-Org model

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Explain the entities of Multi-Org

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Explain how Multi-Org secures data

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Identify key implementation considerations for Multi-Org

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Define Multi-Org Access Control

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Explain Multi-Org preferences

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Explain Enhanced Multiple-Organization Reporting

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Explain the concepts of subledger accounting

Fundamentals of Workflow and Alerts

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Explain Workflow concepts

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Describe the benefits of Workflow

Receivables


Process Invoices Using AutoInvoice
[  ] Describe the AutoInvoice process
[  ] Use AutoInvoice
[  ] Understand error correction using AutoInvoice Exception Handling

Bill Presentment Architecture
[  ] Explain bill presentment architecture processes
[  ] Register data sources
[  ] Create templates to present bills
[  ] Define rules to assign templates to customers
[  ] Print BPA transactions

Receipts
[  ] Describe the receipt process
[  ] Apply receipts using different methods
[  ] Create chargebacks, adjustments and claims
[  ] Use balancing segments
[  ] Apply non-manual receipts
[  ] Create receipts utilizing different methods

Period Closing Process
[  ] Describe the sub ledger accounting process in Receivables
[  ] Define the various actions required to close a period in the Order to Cash flow
[  ] Describe the available reports to assist in the closing process
[  ] Explain the Create Accounting program and the Revenue Recognition program

Order to Cash Lifecycle Overview
[  ] Describe the overall Order to Cash process from Order Entry through Bank
Reconciliation
[  ] Discuss the key areas in the Order to Cash lifecycle
[  ] Describe integration between applications

Manage Parties and Customer Accounts
[  ] Define the features that let you enter and maintain party and customer account
information
[  ] Create profile classes and assign them to customer accounts
[  ] Create and maintain party and customer account information
[  ] Merge parties and customer accounts
[  ] Enable customer account relationships
[  ] Define TCA party paying relationships
[  ] View party and customer account information
[  ] Define setup options

Credit Management
[  ] Set up for credit management
[  ] Demonstrate credit profile changes
[  ] Identify credit management processing
[  ] Use workflow and lookups
[  ] Review credit management performance
[  ] Apply credit hierarchy

Implement Receipts
[  ] Enter setup information relating to receipts
[  ] Discuss implementation considerations for Receipts

Overview of Oracle Receivables Process
[  ] Explain where the Receivables process is positioned within the Order to Cash
lifecycle
[  ] Describe the overall Receivables process
[  ] Explain the key areas in the Receivables process
[  ] Identify open interfaces to import data into Receivables

Process Invoices
[  ] Describe how the processing of invoices fits into the Receivables process
[  ] Enter and complete invoices
[  ] Perform other invoice actions
[  ] Correct invoices
[  ] Print transactions and statements
[  ] Use event-based management

Implement Customer Invoicing
[  ] Enter setup information related to invoicing
[  ] Discuss the major implementation considerations for customer invoicing

Tax Processing
[  ] Understand the E-Business Tax and Receivables Tax Process
[  ] Define Receivables Setup Steps for Tax
[  ] Manage Tax Accounting and Tax Adjustments

 

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