Oracle Apps DBA
A Database Administrator (acronym: DBA) is an IT Professional responsible for Installation, Configuration, Upgrade, Monitoring, Maintenance, Securing, of Databases in an organization.
The role includes the development and design of database strategies, system monitoring and improving database performance and capacity, and planning for future expansion requirements. They may also plan, co-ordinate and implement security measures to safeguard the database
1. R12 Oracle Applications Install 1 - Oracle Applications Overview 2 - Preparing for Your Installation 3 - Single-node Installation 4 - Multi-node Installation 5 - Finishing Your Installation 2. R12 Oracle E-Business Suite Architecture 1 - Oracle Applications Technology 2 - Oracle Applications Environment Files, Server Process Scripts, and Languages 3 - Oracle Applications File System 4 - Oracle Applications Database 3. R12 Use Oracle Applications AD Utilities 1 - What are the AD Utilities? 2 - AD Administration 3 - Special Utilities 4 - Context Editor 5 - AutoConfig 6 - License Manager 7 - Reporting Utilities 8 - Configuration Utilities 4. R12 Patch and Maintain Oracle Applications 1 - Patching and the AutoPatch Process 2 - Patch Advisor 3 - Running AutoPatch 4 - Other Patching Topics 5 - Patch History Database 5. R12 Oracle Applications Advanced Topics 1 - Cloning Oracle Applications 2 - Advanced Cloning Options 3 - Other Advanced Topics 6. R12 System Administrator Fundamentals 1 - Managing Application Security 2 - Managing Concurrent Programs and Reports 3 - Administering Concurrent Managers 4 - Managing Profile Options 5 - Incorporating a Custom Program 6 - Auditing System Resources 7 - Managing Printers 8 - System Management using Oracle Application Manager (OAM) 9 - Forms Personalization 10 - Applications DBA Duties 11 - Introduction to Oracle Workflow 12 - Overview of Oracle Alert