Taleo Onboarding(Transitions) Overview

Taleo transitions provides a system for transitioning candidates and employees. Driven by processes which route information through the onboading process. Type of transitions proesses ( First three can be launched from Recruiting Center and the last one can be launched

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PLSQL Collections – Nested Tables ( 1z0-146 exam series )

Features Store an unspecified number of elements Elements are indexed by integer values Uninitialized status is NULL Can be defined at PLSQL block level or at schema level Indexes and order of the elements are not fixed /* Formatted on

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PLSQL Collections – VARRAY ( 1z0-146 exam series )

Features Given a maximum number of elements when defined Varrays must start with subscript 1, indexed by integers Can be used as column types in database tables must be initialised by making it empty or assigning a non-NULL value to

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SQL Scripts – Session & Query Info for Concurrent Process

SQL to find the session information of the concurrent program. select s.INST_ID,s.sid,s.serial#,p.spid os_pid,s.status, s.osuser,s.username, s.MACHINE,s.MODULE, s.SCHEMANAME, s.action from gv$session s, gv$process p WHERE s.paddr = p.addr and s.sid = (SELECT sid FROM v$session WHERE paddr LIKE (SELECT addr FROM v$process

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Oracle Fusion HCM Payroll Batch Loader Automation

Oracle Fusion HCM provides the batch loader for a variety of purposes when migrating and loading data during implementation and on an ongoing basis. One of the uses is to load Payroll relationship against person’s assignment on fusion. Fusion provides “Load

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Oracle Taleo Recruitment – Concepts

User account in Taleo is combination of User Type, User Group and Configuration Profile. User Types : Defines user access levels to the areas under these functional domains • Recruiting • Integration • Configuration • Grid • Reporting and Analytics

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Oracle R12 AP – Internet Expenses Error : peerExceptions list should only contain OAException elements

We were recently working on setting up a new entity in Oracle Financials. We had done all the necessary setup and while testing to submit an expense report for an employee in the new entity, Internet Expenses OAF Page has

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Oracle Fusion OBI – Bursting

Oracle Fusion OBI provides the facility of bursting the report data into multiple reports similar to Oracle R12 BI Publisher. A report can then be produced and delivery based on the template and delivery options chosen. This works in similar

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Oracle Apps – Create or Update User script

This script can be used to activate a set of users ( developers ) in the test environments after the environment is cloned from production. This will – Activate existing users – Create test usernames for the users who don’t

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Attachments in Oracle Public Sector HR ( PQH)

We have a custom workflow process which used PQH review pages to schedule, review and complete a person’s qualification. Qualifications are configured in a SIT attached to person’s record. From R12 release, the attachments on PQH review page get saved

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