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Jul 19, 2014

Ledger Sets and how to Grant a responsibility access to more than one ledger

Ledger Sets and how to Grant a responsibility access to more than one ledger



Data access sets control which ledgers or ledger sets can be accessed by different General Ledger responsibilities.To associate a data access set to a responsibility, you must assign a data access set to the GL: Data Access Set profile option at the Site, Application, or Responsibility level.

Please note that , ledger assigned to the GL Ledger Name profile option automatically defaults to the GL: Data Access Set profile option. If you do not want to access more than one ledger in General Ledger or secure read and write access to the ledger's data, you do not have to create your own data access set and assign it to the GL: Data Access Set profile option. You only need to create your own data access sets if you want to further limit read and write access to ledgers, ledger sets, or specific balancing segment values or management segment values for a ledger or ledger set.


For additional information on 


  1. How to setup Ledger set , Data access Set 
  2. And how Data access sets control 
    1. ledgers or ledger sets or
    2.  control read and write access to the ledger or portions of the ledger, such as its balancing segment values or management segment values.
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Jul 16, 2014

Oracle iStore : Returns

Oracle iStore : Returns

Oracle iStore's Returns feature allows both B2B and B2C users to return items from orders placed

In today's e-commerce environment, accepting return items in Web stores is standard functionality. Providing returns functionality both reduces the cost of doing business for merchants, and provides a invaluable step toward a complete customer self-service orientation.

To address this business requirement, Oracle iStore provides Returns functionality in the Customer Application. Using the Orders menu in the Customer Application, customers can initiate returns for orders which are in Booked or Closed status in Oracle Order Management. If an approval process is being used, an administrator can use Oracle Order Management to evaluate the returns, and either approve or reject the returns. Merchants can set up returns with or without Oracle Workflow approval
mechanisms in place

Oracle iStore : Shopping Cart Vs Shopping List

Oracle iStore : Shopping Cart Vs Shopping List