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Oracle General Ledger (GL) was the first Oracle Applications module launched more than 20 years ago. Release 12 has introduced "ground breaking" changes to the structure of this product that needs discussion and advertisement - not in the marketing sort of a way, but in a way that educates users about GL. Now, more than ever, GL users need a forum for free exchange of GL related information. Organizations upgrading or implementing GL have a host of unanswered questions. White papers and… Continue

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At 2:35am on August 11, 2010, Ashok Shivaji Dadali gave OCP Advisor a gift
At 8:25am on September 18, 2008, Upneet Kailey said…
Hi

So you mean to say that certification is not important. But I am neither 9i certified nor have any job experience.

The trend going on here is all the companies are demanding experienced persons and if someone is fresher like me then I need certification. So to get a job I must pass the OCA/OCP 9i exam.

Upneet
At 12:52am on September 17, 2008, Upneet Kailey said…
Hi OCP Advisor,

Ya, I have all the documents ready even invitation letter from Oracle. I had my interview at US Embassy 2 days before but Visa Officer didn't issue me a visa.

So, I couldn't make it for Oracle OpenWorld now.
Well, can I add you in my friend list. Currently, I am doing MCA. I had also 6 months training in Oracle 9i.

I have plans appearing for OCA exam in December. I wanna to make sure whether it is beneficial to continue 9i or should I prepare for 10g. Coz I have heard that 9i is not used anymore. Could you plz advice on that ?

Upneet Kailey
At 11:02pm on September 14, 2008, samiraj said…
Thanks lot
I will closely watch the forum. It will clear us mistery of OCM exam and give confident to attend the exam
At 9:08pm on September 14, 2008, Chen Shapira said…
Hey, thanks for letting me know! Its a nice surprise!
At 10:44pm on September 5, 2008, samiraj said…
hi Advisor ,
I am planning to take OCM 10g Exam please share your experience about this exam its more helpful to me.(Pls Dont reffer oracle docs Pls explain real exam experience)
At 3:58am on July 29, 2008, Sagheer Hussain said…
Hi All,
I am Sagheer Hussain working as an HRMS Support Engineer. I want to get OCP Certification in ORACLE HRMS/Payroll R12.

Can anyone help me?

Thanks in Advance
At 3:27am on July 28, 2008, Shivmohan Purohit said…
Hello Mohan,
Recently i have added your OCP Advisor blog in my affiliated blogs to refer my visitor to get OCP related information from your site.

i like to get your advise on few things.
1. i like to add some of your articles in my blog as summary/ detail and then pointing back to your site. Along with i am also quite fine to given direct link to your site and also giving credit for article to you. need to know your thought on this.

2. i want to put some of oracle functional area related thoughts, so what if i put one article as a interview with you... in that i will ask some questions in general and you can give ur thoughts on those n later upon your confirmation i will publish it.

do share your thoughts.
thanks Shiv
At 9:50pm on July 24, 2008, Shivmohan Purohit said…
Nice to get your feedback, I am regular visitor on your blog from start. Quite focused and knowledge driven material. Would like to use your permission to include your blog in on my blog.

thanks
Shiv
At 3:29am on July 24, 2008, Shivmohan Purohit said…
hello friend,
how r u, i like to know your review feedback on my oracle related blog. thanks

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Join cases between related tables in data computing and analytics

Related computing can be: Inner join or outer join. The outer join can be further divided into left join, right join, and full join. With esProc, such kinds ofrelated computing can be easily implemented. In the discussion below, we will introduce the join operations with some examples using the table emp and table sOrder.

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Grouping basis of equal grouping is certain fields (or computed columns derived from fields) within a data set. Each group is a subset of original data set.

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