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Web ADI vs. ADI Client

This documentation provides an architectural and functional comparision between Web ADI and the ADI client

Oracle Applications Desktop Integrator (ADI) - Architectural Comparison

Architectural Comparison of Web ADI with the ADI client

Oracle Applications Desktop Integrator (ADI) - Functional Comparison

Functional Comparison of Web ADI with the ADI client

* Expected to be released soon through Web ADI
** Available through General Ledger in Oracle Applications release 11.5
*** You can only monitor requests in Web ADI. The publishing capabilities of the Request Centre will be incorporated into a new web enabled reporting product.

Posted by Richard Byrom on 06/08 at 01:06 AM
  1. Is Asset Wizard not available yet for Web ADI? I am using Oracle Apps 11.5.9 and Web ADI 11i and Asset menu seems to be missing. Could someone clarify?

    Posted by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)  on  07/02  at  10:29 PM
  2. Nope, the assets upload still isn’t there in the 11.5.10 vision demo instances in Singapore, so looking like vapourware still.
    The request centre functionality is now available in 11.5.10.

    Posted by Jo Davis  on  07/26  at  02:09 PM
  3. If you are looking for Excel based uploaders to Oracle Applications, our company produces advanced “ADI” like tools for the AP, AR, PO, and PA modules.
    We use a web interface and the tools are extremely easy to use and deploy.
    There are demos on our website and you are welcome to download and try out the software.

    Posted by Bruce Doig  on  02/20  at  03:24 AM
  4. Hi,
    I would like to know whether we can attach supporting documents with Web ADI.
    We can do this from Manual journals, but I am not sure whether we can do it from Web ADI..

    please share your knowledge..


    Posted by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)  on  04/21  at  04:07 AM
  5. Srinivas, I don’t think you can add attachments in Web ADI. You would have to upload the journal first and then add an attachment within Oracle Applications

    Posted by Richard Byrom  on  11/18  at  09:38 AM
  6. Hi, I am new to Web ADI and absolutely i have no idea on WEB ADI.
    i have a requirement in AR to update the collectors information at the customer site level. i would like to know how it works and please share if you have any documents or the process of doing it.

    Thanks in advance,

    Posted by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)  on  08/07  at  01:15 AM
  7. Is the above comparison still valid (as of 2nd Sep 2008) or has there been any additions to the WEB ADI version - Ramdas

    Posted by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)  on  09/02  at  08:52 PM
  8. Hi, we’re looking at using Oracle GL, WebAdi looks like a tool for uploading data to GL (Templates / excel etc) but I cant find anything on how to extract and analyse GL data.
    Current GL functionality allows jv upload and high quality data extraction using a similar concept to flex fields. Can anyone advise on what products I should review for the data extract / analysis piece ?

    Posted by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)  on  10/23  at  12:28 AM
  9. You should look at GL Wand.

    This does reporting and more recently you can also upload Budgets and Budget Journals.

    Posted by Bruce Doig  on  10/23  at  01:37 AM
  10. How to use WEB ADI in R12 for project accounting, right now iam working in a client place, i need to show demo on WEB ADI functionality in project accounting. 1z0-007
    Iam trying in different ways, it is showing error msgs, if any body have WEB ADI R12 exp, please guide me.
    I need to upload manual transactions through WEB ADI.. 70-284
    What are the setups need to do, i have user guide but unable to solve my probelm..
    It is very urgent to me, please reply..

    Posted by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)  on  06/23  at  02:07 PM

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