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How Oracle Apps resolves portability problems, part 2

I'm looking for information on how Oracle Applications have resolved the problem of portability. Portability was the greatest drawback in traditional database systems. Please do include some scenarios that I can refer to.

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Continued from part 1.

To check certification:
1. Connect and login to Metalink.Oracle.com
2. Press Certify & Availability button on the menu frame
3. Press Certifications button on the Product Lifecycle frame
4. Click on View Certifications by Product hyperlink
5. Select E-Business Suite from list of values
6. Press Submit button
7. Select E-Business Suite again from list of values
8. Press Submit button
9. Select the platform from list of values at the end of the page
10. Press Submit button
11. Select desired E-Business Suite Version(s) check box
12. Select desired Oracle Server Version(s) check box
13. Select Certified combinations only check box (leave it blank for all combinations)
14. Press Submit button
15. The page displays the current certifications information for Database Tier, Application Tier, and Server Partitioned Certifications.

To determine the certification of Oracle Developer (6i) with the E-Business Suite:
1. Click the button Certify & Availability
2. "View Certifications by Product"
3. Select "E-Business Suite" in the product selection
4. Select "Oracle Developer (6i) (for E-Business Suite)"
5. Select your Platform for example "Microsoft Windows NT for Intel"
6. Check the checkbox of the version that you want to see if it's certify or not
7. Check the checkbox Yes
8. Click Submit
9. Look at the Additional Information in the row of your Oracle Application version

To determine the certification of Jinitiator with the E-Business Suite:
1. Click the button Certify & Availability
2. "View Certifications by Product"
3. Select "E-Business Suite" in the product selection
4. Select "Oracle JInitiator (for E-Business Suite)"
5. Select your client Platform for example "Microsoft Windows NT for Intel& quot;
6. Check the checkbox of the version that you want to see if it's certify or not
7. Check the checkbox Yes
8. Click Submit
9. Look at the Additional Information in the row of your Oracle Application version

This was first published in November 2003

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