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    Friday, October 06, 2006

    Become Apps Consultant from Oracle Consultant / Programmer

    Dear friends,

    This blog is dedicated to help you become an Oracle Apps Consultant.
    There are many in this world who know Oracle as a database, but do not know how to become an Oracle Apps Consultant. I will take you through this journey of becoming an Oracle Apps Consultant.

    There are thousands of websites for you to learn pl/sql, hence some basic knowledge of SQL, PL/SQL, Forms & Reports will be assumed.

    To begin with, I will teach you the basics of Oracle Applications, its foundation & security.

    When I learnt APPS, the first thing I wanted to learn :-
    1. How to logon
    2. How is my login validated
    3. After logging into Oracle Apps, what do you see there
    4. How do you access screens
    5. How do you run reports
    6. How do you build interfaces
    7. How do you configure Oracle Applications

    I will be covering such topics in this journey to help you become an Oracle Financials Consultant.

    The knowledge provided here will be just enough to get you kick started.


    Thanks,
    Anil Passi

    Comments on "Become Apps Consultant from Oracle Consultant / Programmer"

     

    Blogger pravin said ... (4:40 AM) : 

    Its Really nice efforts from you to Help new aspirant to learn oracle apps....
    it will be very good if you also concentrate on oracle apps technical..........
    and topics such as difference between oracle apps technical and functional...Thanks

     

    Blogger Anil Passi said ... (4:31 PM) : 

    Hi Pravin

    Your email really got me motivated to initiate this blog. And I will do my best in this blog.
    Been busy painting getting my house painted this weekend, but I will get this blog kickstarted by Monday.

    Ok, my first article is going to be to explain the difference between technical and functional consultant. I will also share on here the reasons I decided to become a techie

    Following that, I will try to walk you through my journey of becoming a Technical Apps Consultant, in the process of doing so, I will share what I have learnt and how.

    Take care,
    Anil Passi

     

    Blogger pravin said ... (5:14 AM) : 

    hello mr. anil

    I have completed my B.E.(telecommunication)and OCA(developer sql,pl-sql)so pls guide me
    1-should i have to complete forms & Reports to start with apps

    2--what will be good for me apps technical or functional..

    THanks
    Pravin

     

    Blogger Anil Passi said ... (4:23 PM) : 

    Hi Pravin,

    You are a techie material. Don't be confused. You have all the pre-requisites to become an Oracle Apps Consultant. I suggest you first take up any job giving any salary anywhere, provided it has something to do with Oracle(not necessary Apps). I know its easier said than done, but hey you are an OCP( which I am not yet). If you keep trying you will definitely find one job, unless you already have one. Once you get some experience..say six months, then embark upon a Oracle Apps Job or Oracle Apps training. Unless something unforeseen happens at my end, this blog will have many aspects of Apps training material in 3 months timeframe.
    The most important thing for you right now is to get some work experience in Oracle related field. That will be a good starting point.

    If you are looking for a job, send me your CV at anilpassi@gmail.com, I will try too with the contacts that I have back in India, but I can't give any false promises of job, can only try.

     

    Blogger pravin said ... (9:12 PM) : 

    Thanks Mr.Anil u are so helpful........

    now I am preparing for apti and trying to get good grasp on sql pl-sql, then after from 10th of november i will start my job search fool-fleged.........
    let me try by my-self first and if i am not getting the job i will be definiately sending u my resume

    Thanks
    Pravin

     

    Anonymous Anonymous said ... (6:25 AM) : 

    hi anil ,
    I am very thankful to u for giving so much information. I started learning oracle apps technical . I will be in touch with u in near future. I started reading ur "Oracle Apps Training". Pls update it regularly as it is very helpuful.

    sriram
    (sriram5u@gmail.com)

     

    Blogger Anil Passi said ... (6:30 AM) : 

    Hi Sri,

    Indeed I will try to update this regularly, 5 times a week.

    But you must point out where I lack clarity. Criticism is welcome, given that I am not a professional trainer.

    I am happy to amend the contents based on negative feedbacks.

    Thanks,
    Anil Passi

     

    Anonymous Anonymous said ... (8:07 AM) : 

    Hello sir ,
    I am a regular reader of this blog.And u have nicely mentioned all the things here.sir i have doubt can u plz tell me the Procurement live cycle in detail .
    i will be gratefull.

     

    Anonymous Anonymous said ... (8:14 AM) : 

    HEllo Sir
    it a very nice efforts from you to help us to get all the details about apps .i am regular user of this blog.can u plz guide me on procurement life cycle.

     

    Blogger Anil Passi said ... (8:56 AM) : 

    Hi There,

    Incidentally, I recently wrote an article on step by step approach to implement iProcurment.
    It also contains the lifecycle details.

    Click here to access iProcurement Setup for implementation

     

    Anonymous Anonymous said ... (10:25 PM) : 

    Hi Pravin, great work. Keep it going...

    I have got 6yrs of IT experience and working on .NET since last 3yrs. During my previous .NET proj implemenation i happened to work with Apps consultants for the last 10 months and got a fair understanding of Apps.

    Now, I have decided to make a switch to Oracle HRMS Apps and am confident to get hold on it soon. One of my main concern is, will my 6yrs IT experience going to be useful in my future Oracle career?

    Could pls you suggest me how good this is going to be what could be the best approach!!

    Thanks,
    Raghavendra

     

    Blogger Anil Passi said ... (11:53 PM) : 

    Any work experience will help you towards becoming a better APPS Consultant[rather than remain a programmer] . You will understand business requirements better than any fresh graduate, you will be able to foresee future issues and will be able to absorb pressure which will enable you to perform under pressure.

    Hence your work experience will not go waste, at least my non-IT experience was never wasted.

    Thanks,
    Anil Passi

     

    Anonymous Anonymous said ... (6:19 AM) : 

    I have completed Oracle Apps training from an institute.I have domain experience of Manufacturing od about 16yrs,but as I do not have any implementation experience I am not able to switch over to IT field as functional consultant.what is the way out it?
    can you suggest any institutes or orgs.which will give hands on experience for my entry in this field?

     

    Anonymous Anonymous said ... (11:06 PM) : 

    Good Morning Sir,
    I am well updated with Indian HRMS and working on reports 6i, sqlplus, pl/sql , forms6i etc and also having knowledge of attaching new forms / reports / lov etc in Oracle Apps 11.5.10 and also having some knowledge in Oracle Financial module and our own developer HRMS is totally inhouse developer but on pattern of Peoplesoft and Oracle HRMS, so you please guid me how can I shift or show my area in working of ORACLE APPS HRMS and what line means Tech or Func will be best suits for me.
    If possible please pass your comments on my pers mail id shishupaul@yahoo.co.uk .

    Thanks
    Shishu Paul
    India

     

    Blogger Chitra said ... (1:48 AM) : 

    Hai Anil

    My qualification is MBA(HR) and got 2 yrs experience as HR in IT industry..I have completed my training in Oracle Apps HRMS(Functional)..Are there job opportunities for freshers in apps with functional knowledge..How do I go about in this regards? Please suggest..

    Regds
    Chitra

     

    Blogger Chitra said ... (1:49 AM) : 

    Hai Anil

    My qualification is MBA(HR) and got 2 yrs experience as HR in IT industry..I have completed my training in Oracle Apps HRMS(Functional)..Are there job opportunities for freshers in apps with functional knowledge..How do I go about in this regards? Please suggest..

    Regds
    Chitra

     

    Blogger Anil Passi said ... (2:28 AM) : 

    Hi Chitra

    Oracle HRMS does have opportunities, but if you know Oracle Payroll too that will give you edge.

    Have you been trained in Oracle Payroll too?

    I suggest you keep applying for as many oracle hrms jobs, but in the meantime, read about Oracle payroll too, and that will help you with interviews

    thanks
    anil

     

    Blogger vinod said ... (2:45 AM) : 

    Hi,
    Please provide information on Personalization levels.

    Regards,
    Vinod

     

    Blogger vamsioracle said ... (10:41 PM) : 

    hi

    I have been working for Oracle finance for the past 5 months. I am new to oracle apps. I know registering a report, searching for executable,creating parametrs for a report. Are these sufficient to become technically strong in apps or in which areas should i concentrate more.

    thank you
    Vamsi

     

    Anonymous Anonymous said ... (12:32 PM) : 

    Hi anil
    This is in regards to the Blog "becoming apps consultant" u mentioned your goin to teach about how to configure Oracle apps and
    write interfaces .. Pls do so
    I am waiting thanku so much

     

    Anonymous Anonymous said ... (10:08 PM) : 

    hi,anil,

    Tulika here,i was jst reading ur blog.its really good1.can you provide me some good book or link for oracle HRMS as i have some but they didnt work.pls mail me if u have some good stuff.i really need one.
    Regards,
    Tulika

     

    Blogger AFZAL said ... (11:14 PM) : 

    Hi Anil,

    I have good experience in Oracle forms, reports, pl/sql and discoverer. I want to be an Oracle Apps technical consultant. I have been looking for some online training. Can you help me out.

    I am located in Canada

    Thanks

    AFZAL

     

    Anonymous Anonymous said ... (2:21 AM) : 

    Anil,
    Your site is really useful. Thanks so much. But I don't see any dates on this blog, so wondering if these are old posts or new ones ?

    Ram

     

    Blogger nick said ... (1:02 PM) : 

    Hi Anil,

    thank you for your good work. Please could you creat time to finish this article "Become Apps Consultant from Oracle consultant/Programmer.

    If you have written the training guides, please let me know the link

     

    Blogger kameswari said ... (10:00 PM) : 

    Hi Anil
    me completed my B.Tech(CSE).I GOT placed in EMRI.i have no idea about oracle apps.me placed a work on ORACLE HRMS.can u suggest me is what should i have to learn before traning on ORACLE HRMS.should i learn any databases reagarding this.which book i should prefer bcz i have zero knoeledge on databases.can u plz...suggest.....

     

    Blogger Praveen.Bloger said ... (1:56 AM) : 

    Dear Anil,
    Good to see your blog.
    Now from last one week I m giving 1 hour daily to your blog.
    Presently I m working with oracle+D2k and want to switch in oracle APPS. I can not join to any training beacuse to the location where I m working.
    Please suggest me how shoud I initiate.
    I am also looking a change to my JOB.

     

    Anonymous Anonymous said ... (2:34 AM) : 

    Hi Anil

    I did my BCA, MBA and oracle course and have 1.9 yrs of domain experience in Core HR including payroll. Are there any companies which hire freshers with domain knowledge? Please guide me..
    Reply me at shilpardy@india.com

     

    Blogger john said ... (3:17 AM) : 

    Hi anil
    I want to ask you how can i learn oracle apps in a good manner so i become an oracle apps consultant.u give me some tips that hw can i get the training material as well as tutorials for oracle apps.

    john

     

    Blogger Rajesh said ... (11:32 AM) : 

    Hey Anil,
    Excellent site.. you have shared a lot of VALUABLE knowledge here. You dont find this very often.
    I am a consultant on Oracle Service, field service, depot repair, spares management, and mobile field service modules. I would like to share some setup documents i have elaborated during my implementations. Setups that were very difficult to accomplish, but finally got them to work. Is it possible that I can do it through your site? It would be an honor to share information on your site. My email is: rajeshchandiramani@gmail.com
    regards,
    Rajesh.

     

    Blogger shrikant said ... (3:12 AM) : 

    hi anil
    i am current working as developer in oracle D2k windows 2003 platform in kolhapur(near pune) least 2 year with 10 years it exprience and now i want to switch to oracle apps tech consultant and what you suggest and then which course and institute for this course

     

    Anonymous dba said ... (10:51 AM) : 

    hello anil,
    Can you please provide some information on Oracle Business Accelerators for dba. I wanted to know the role of dba and exam related information.
    any help is highly appreciated.
    thank you.

     

    Anonymous dba said ... (10:55 AM) : 

    hello anil,
    Can you please give information on Oracle Business Accelerators
    for dba, from the work and exam point of view. highly apprciate your work.
    thank you.

     

    Anonymous Anonymous said ... (11:36 PM) : 

    Hi Anil,
    Currently, I am working as an OTM consultant (oracle transportation management)and having 4 years of experience in IT field. I would like to switch over to oracle apps as a technical/functional consultant. Could you please advise me what necessary steps I need to be taken for the same?

    Regards,
    Vishnu

     

    Blogger Anil Passi said ... (12:10 AM) : 

    OTM is a good skillbase within itself. Oracle has built various BPEL based integrations between OTM and Oracle Supply Chain. Hence if you want, you should move into Oracle Supply Chain as that will specialize you in full cycle between OTM and Oracle SCM

    Thans,
    Anil Passi

     

    Anonymous Anonymous said ... (2:36 AM) : 

    Hi Anil,
    Thanks a lot for your valuable advice.

    Cheers,
    Vishnu

     

    Anonymous Anonymous said ... (10:24 PM) : 

    i have 4+ exp in oracle(SQL/PL/SQL,Forms6i and Reports6i).Now i am planning to shift to Oracle Apps? Can i get an job as ORACLE APPS consultant? Pls suggest me the steps to follow initially to learn APPS?

     

    Blogger Paramesh said ... (10:29 AM) : 

    Hi anil,

    Iv been workin on Oracle R12 Order management and Accounts receivables for almosr 3 years as a end user. Iv done my graduation in B Sc microbilogy. can i become a functional consultant, if so advice wat i need to do?

    Thanks,

    Paramesh

     

    Anonymous Anonymous said ... (12:50 PM) : 

    Hi Anil!
    I am M.S.(Physics & Mathematics) with specialization in
    (i)Microprocessors
    &
    (ii)Theoretical Physics.
    My professional summary is as below:
    •7+ years of experience in Software Development using C/C++/Core Java and C++ Standard Template Library (STL) and in designing various projects using OO techniques. Experienced in the different SDLC stages with extensive focus on OOAD.
    •Good Understanding of Data Structures and Algorithms.
    •2 years of experience in Scientific Data Analysis with Advanced Simulation Techniques such as Monte-Carlo Simulation Technique using C++ and FORTRAN
    •Good working knowledge of database technologies i.e. ORACLE, SQL, PL/SQL (Cursors, Triggers, Stored Procedures, etc.) and some exposure to SYBASE.
    •3 years of experience in System Administration (Linux and other Unix Platforms) with some experience in OACLE Database Administration.
    • Good Understanding of UNIX, LINUX, AIX and SOLARIS. Some understanding of porting applications from Solaris to AIX.
    If I want to move to ORACLE FINANCIALS, What is the way out? Could I get the job after doing this course? Kindly suggest what to do as I lost my job. I can do anything to get a decent job.
    Waiting for your response,
    Shail

     

    Anonymous Anonymous said ... (10:40 PM) : 

    Salute to you..

    You have identified what must be going on in student's mind when he decides to go for oracle apps.

    You have mentioned pros/cons which will be helpful to all guys in coming years. Just curious to know what do u do nowdays? Have u urself changed to functional side? have u come to india due to H1 visa issues going in usa?

     

    Blogger guddu said ... (10:25 PM) : 

    Hello Sir

    I have completed my MCA this year, now i m working in MNC as a MCA Trainee nd working in oracle apps finance module but i m very confused what i have to do. because i m from B.Sc background, not from commerce Line, its very tough line for me.and firstly ,i started learning oracle apps technical (i.e sql,pl/sql,oracle forms and reports).
    what will be good for me oracle apps functional or oracle apps technical? can you help me out ? plzz reply Sir
    THANKS

    Regards:
    Neha(Faridabad)

     

    Anonymous MB said ... (2:32 AM) : 

    Dear Anil,
    Thank you for being a great mentor ...maybe even more than that...!
    What must an an Oracle Apps. Technical Consultant having 4-5 yrs. exp. do to grow, considering career security?
    If an Oracle Apps. Technical Consultant needs to progress in the field, will an MBA help in any way?
    Thank you
    May B.

     

    Blogger Thulasi said ... (10:12 PM) : 

    Hi Anil,

    Appreciate your efforts...

    I am Thulasi working as an IT recruiter and planning to change my career as an oracle consultant. Right now am working in Dubai so I dont have much idea about where i can do my courses.

    Can you please help me with few tips on how to do the oracle courses and where to start with..also let me know if you know any good Institutes in Chennai,India. (because I will be visiting Chennai soon so I can get more details on that also during my visit. Thanks in advance..

     

    Blogger Sudhir Bhialr said ... (10:28 PM) : 

    Hi Anil,
    I have completed BE(Computer) and from 6 months I am Training under the post of Oracle Technical Consultant. Till date I have learned
    1.sql
    2 pl/sql
    3 forms6i
    4 reports6i
    5 xml publisher
    6 registration of reports,forms,OAF
    7 OAF
    8 workflow

    Now what else I need to learn..

    Thanks
    Anil

     

    Blogger Sudhir Bhialr said ... (10:30 PM) : 

    Hi Anil,
    I have completed BE(Computer) and from 6 months I am Training under the post of Oracle Technical Consultant. Till date I have learned
    1.sql
    2 pl/sql
    3 forms6i
    4 reports6i
    5 xml publisher
    6 registration of reports,forms,OAF
    7 OAF
    8 workflow

    Now what else I need to learn..

    Thanks
    Anil

     

    Blogger Sathish said ... (7:30 AM) : 

    Hi Anil,

    Can you suggest me on how to become a Oracle Apps technical Consultant (like Certifications needed to do).

    I am an Engineer and I have done my OCA on oracle, I am 3 years experienced in Supporting ERP software (technical support for Ross ERP). I would like to become a Oracle ERP Technical Consultant. Your Guidance will definitely help me.

    Thanks in advance.

     

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