BI Publisher Webinar
- Thursday 21st August 2008 @ 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM GMT - Register Here
- Thursday 28th August 2008 @ 7:00 AM - 8:00 AM GMT - Register Here
A short description of the webinar:
Oracle XML/BI publisher is possibly the richest new piece of functionality in E-business suite and certainly the easiest to implement. It means you can forget the text based reports you have been struggling with and delight your users with clean attractively formatted documents and spreadsheets.
This series of webinars will include some ‘quick wins’ and the steps to building and customising great XML output. Simon will demonstrate how to:
- implement the templates which already exist in your system
- convert GL reports to produce clean MS Excel output
- build templates to create documents and spreadsheets (such as dunning letters, customer open balance letters, remittance advices and listings).
- include tables, logos, pictures, headers and footers, first and last page only content, and conditional statements (e.g. if..then).
- Apply some tricks (e.g. getting different XML reports from the same output file)
The first in this series of presentations will cover the seven steps to producing a BI publisher report using a very simple example. I recommend you download the slides from Simon’s presentation.
Audio Services will be provided for the following countries and it is essential that for this particular webinar you can access the audio services.
- New Zealand
- United States
Hence when you have registered and are given the conference call number, please check to ensure that you can actually dial that number. If, for example, you live in India and would like to make use of the audio features you would have to dial in to the conference using a U.S. number. Using VOIP services such as skype for the audio is not ideal as you may experience some network latency, in most instances you will be better off using a landline or mobile to access the conference audio.
Please also note that the webinar allows up to 25 panelists for the audio, a panelist being someone who can have a two way conversation with the presenter. Anyone who is not a panelist will only have the ability to listen to the presenter. When signing up please let me know if you would like to be a panelist. As there is a limit to the number of panelists the option to be a panelist will be awarded on a first come first served basis.
Note: If you’re unable to attend the webinar live or cannot utilise the audio facilities (as a result of your country not being included in the list of countries above) a recording of the session will be available for subsequent download and playback.
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