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Oracle AIM - BR100 Documents
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The BR100 documents the setup for each application, which is arrived at by completing some or all of the other BR (Business Requirements Mapping) and BD (Business Requirements Definition) documents in the Definition, Operational Analysis and Solution Design phases of the implementation project.
You can find sample BR100 documents

Oracle has announced retirement of Oracle Application Implementation Method (AIM) and any other implementation methodologies as of January 31, 2011.
Oracle Unified Method (OUM) is the single implementation methodology designed to be used for ALL Oracle product implementations. OUM 6.3 was released in January 2015 to add support for Oracle Cloud Applications (SaaS solutions), you can get more info on new features from OUM 6.3
You can also check below link for comparison of OUM vs AIM, its video presentation.
Oracle Unified Method (OUM) vs Oracle AIM

Now in OUM, BR100 of AIM is replaced with MC.050 - Define Application Setups
This Application Setup Documents record the parameters, user-defined codes, and other setups for each module. As requirements definition completes and requirements analysis begins, the components required to complete the configuration fall into place.
You can also extract the setup requirements from existing documentation if you have in place. The main objective is to consolidate the configuration of all modules for centralized maintenance. With the number of separate application databases on the organization’s systems, it becomes a challenge to make sure that the configurations represent the latest mapping decisions.

More AIM BR100 docs, refer here:

Oracle AIM BR100 for Inventory and Purchasing module 
Oracle BR100 document Oracle HRMS BR100 document
Oracle i-Recruitment Application Setup BR100 Document


Attached Files
.doc   BR100-application-configurations-financials.doc (Size: 818 KB / Downloads: 2,746)
.doc   BR100-application-configurations-multi-org.doc (Size: 195 KB / Downloads: 1,635)
.doc   BR100-application-configurations-projects.doc (Size: 600.5 KB / Downloads: 1,452)
.docx   BR100 Accounts_Payable.docx (Size: 72.62 KB / Downloads: 1,029)
.zip   Setup-oracle-applications-r12-ebtax1.zip (Size: 224.58 KB / Downloads: 1,208)
.docx   GL BR 100 Application Setup.docx (Size: 197.16 KB / Downloads: 741)
.docx   FA BR 100 Application Setup.docx (Size: 118.04 KB / Downloads: 429)
.doc   BR100_AP__Application_Setup Ver 1.0.doc (Size: 400 KB / Downloads: 398)
.doc   BR100_CM_0.1.doc (Size: 174.5 KB / Downloads: 326)
.doc   BR100_Fixed Asset.doc (Size: 471 KB / Downloads: 325)
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Hi can any one post SLA process in detailed explanation.....
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(07-13-2011, 11:00 PM)rajkishoremokila@gmail.com Wrote: Smile its too good it helps me a lot

Hi can any one post SLA process in detailed explanation.....
Check this thread.

http://www.oraerp.com/Thread-Oracle-Fina...-SLA-to-GL
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Can anyone post BR100 R12 Cash Management?

Thanks!


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(07-13-2011, 11:00 PM)rajkishoremokila@gmail.com Wrote: Smile its too good it helps me a lot

Hi can any one post SLA process in detailed explanation.....
Check this thread.

http://www.oraerp.com/Thread-Oracle-Fina...-SLA-to-GL
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Thanks a lot EB-Tax setup document helped a lot



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(04-26-2011, 06:33 PM)admin Wrote: The BR100 documents the setup for each application, which is arrived at by completing some or all of the other BR (Business Requirements Mapping) and BD (Business Requirements Definition) documents in the Definition, Operational Analysis and Solution Design phases of the implementation project.
You can find sample BR100 documents

Are these documents applicable for Release 12? All but EBTax indicate they are for 11.5.10. Welcome to receive the R12 BR100 at mrblantons@comcast.net.

Thanks for your help.

Paul
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