OER for Fusion Application

Replacement of ETRM/IREP for Fusion Application is Oracle Enterprise Repository. You can access this using following link.

https://fusionappsoer.oracle.com/

What Is OER?

Very simply this is a standalone catalog of technical information about Oracle’s Application products.  For E-Business Suite users it equates to the iRepository tool (http://irep.oracle.com/index.html), or for PeopleSoft its similar to the PeopleSoft Interactive Services Repository.

It contains a wealth of information, with the primary purpose of facilitating the creation of Application to Application integrations, and creating extensions and customizations. With this detailed technical knowledge of the inner workings and API’s available for Oracle Applications a better level of code reuse and overall accuracy can be achieved.

Accessing OER

Access is available either from Oracle’s globally shared public OER instance, or as part of your local Fusion Application instance deployment. Detail on creating a local OER installation is found in Oracle Fusion Middleware Installation Guide for Oracle Enterprise Repository (E15745-07). The URL’s for OER will be:

An OER login may be required, although Oracle’s public instance also supports guest access at this time.

OER catalogs technical components by various attributes, with the key ones being NameType, and Logical Business Area (LBA).  LBA is the lower level of the Fusion Applications Taxonomy and is used to tag each technical object with the feature and product that it is owned by and associated with.

The general keyword search actually uses indexes of all the fields/attributes associated with a entry.

Whilst the basic Asset Search should suffice in most cases, and is a simpler UI, the Browse feature (IE required) provides many powerful features and graphical views, including an object hierarchy and the Navigator to display objects related to each other

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