Perspective in Mathematics and Art
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Undergraduate Research Opportunities Programme in Science Perspective in Mathematics and Art By Kevin Heng Ser Guan Department of Physics National University of Singapore Supervisor: A/P Helmer Aslaksen Department of Mathematics National University of Singapore Semester I 2001/2002
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General Preface
AboutThisPeopleBook......................................................................................ix
PeopleSoft Enterprise Application Prerequisites........................................................... .........ix
Application Fundamentals.....................................................................................ix
Documentation Updates and Printed Documentation..................................................... ..........x
Obtaining Documentation Updates.................................................................................x
Downloading and Ordering Printed Documentation..............................................................x
Additional Resources.......................................................................................... .........xi
Typographical Conventions and Visual Cues...............................................................xii
Typographical Conventions........................................................................................xii
Visual Cues..........................................................................................................xiii
Country, Region, and Industry Identifiers................................................................xiii
Currency Codes.....................................................................................................xiv
Comments and Suggestions..................................................................................xiv
Common Elements Used in PeopleBooks.................................................................. ........xiv
Preface
PeopleSoftEnterprisePhoneNumberAdministrationPreface...................................xvii
PeopleSoft Enterprise CRM Application Fundamentals................................................... .......xvii E CRM 9 Industry Application Fundamentals...................................... .......xviii
PeopleSoft Enterprise CRM Automation and Configuration Tools....................................... .......xviii E CRM Services Foundation......................................................... ........xix
PeopleSoft Enterprise CRM Business Object Management..............................................xx E CRM Product and Item Management............................................. ........xx
PeopleTools PeopleBooks....................................................................................xx
Chapter 1
GettingStartedwithPeopleSoftEnterprisePhoneNumberAdministration......................1
Phone Number Administration Overview....................................................................1
Phone Business Processes....................................................... ..........1
Phone Number Integrations.................................................................1
Phone Administration Implementation............................................................. ..........2
Copyright © 2001 - 2006, Oracle. All rights reserved. vContents
Chapter 2
SettingUpNumberManagement............................................................................3
g Number Lifecycle Management............................................................Understandin3nding the Number Management Business Process Flow...................................... ..........3
Understanding Number Categories..........................................................................6
ng Number Format...............................................................................ndi ..........7
Understanding Configuration Table Setup in Number Administration...................................7
Setting Up the Configuration Table........................................................................... ..........8
Set Up the Configuration Table..........................................................Page Used to8
Defining Configuration Parameters.................................................................................8
Setting Up Number Categories and Sub-Categories...................................................... ........10
o Set Up Number Categories and Sub-Categories......................................Page Used t11
Setting Up Number Categories and Sub-Categories..........................................................11
Setting Up Number Formats..................................................................................11
to Set Up Number Formats..................................................................Page Used ........11
Setting Up Number Formats..............................................................................12
Chapter 3
AdministeringPhoneNumbers............................................................................15
anding Phone Number Lifecycle Management...................................................Underst ........15
Defining Regions...............................................................................................15
Page Used to Defining Regions..................................................................................15
ng Regions...........................................................................................Defini15
Adding New Numbers.......................................................................................... ........17
Pages Used to Add New Numbers.......................................................................18
ting Numbers.........................................................................................Impor ........18
Defining Number Criteria..................................................................................18
Reviewing Numbers................................................................................................20
g Numbers Available....................................................................................Makin20
Pages Used to Make Numbers Available........................................................................21
Reserving and Unreserving Numbers.......................................................................21
s Used to Reserve and Unreserve Numbers.....................................................Page ........22
Selecting the Customer....................................................................................22
Defining Number Criteria..........................................................................................22
iewing the Numbers...................................................................................Rev24
Making Numbers Metallic...................................................................................... ........24
Pages Used to Make Numbers Metallic.................................................................25
aging Numbers............................................................................................Man ........25
Pages Used to Manage Numbers........................................................................25
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Maintaining Numbers...............................................................................................25
Viewing Number History...................................................................................27
r Audit Information.......................................................................Viewing Numbe ........27
Assigning Numbers............................................................................................28
Pages Used to Assign Numbers..................................................................................28
Chapter 4
SubscriberIdentityModules(SIM)..............................................Working with ........29
Understanding SIM.............................................................................................29
Importing SIM Inventory....................................................................................... ........29
Import SIM Inventory......................................................................Page Used to30
Importing SIM Inventory...........................................................................................30
Managing SIM..................................................................................................31
o Manage SIM................................................................................Page Used t ........31
Managing SIM...............................................................................................31
GlossaryofPeopleSoftEnterpriseTerms................................................................33
Index.............................................................................................................55
Copyright © 2001 - 2006, Oracle. All rights reserved. viiContents
viii Copyright © 2001 - 2006, Oracle. All rights reserved.About This PeopleBook
PeopleSoftEnterprisePeopleBooksprovideyouwiththeinformationthatyouneedtoimplementandusePeopleSoft
Enterprise applications from Oracle.
This preface discusses:
• PeopleSoft Enterprise application prerequisites.
• Application fundamentals.
• Documentation updates and printed documentation.
• Additional resources.
• Typographical conventions and visual cues.
• Comments and suggestions.
• Common elements in PeopleBooks.
Note. PeopleBooksdocumentonlyelements,suchasfieldsandcheckboxes,thatrequireadditionalexplanation. Ifan
elementisnotdocumentedwiththeprocessortaskinwhichitisused,theneitheritrequiresnoadditionalexplanation
or it is documented with common elements for the section, chapter, PeopleBook, or product line. Elements that are
common to all PeopleSoft Enterprise applications are defined in this preface.
PeopleSoft Enterprise Application Prerequisites
To benefit fully from the information that is covered in these books, you should have a basic understanding
of how to use PeopleSoft Enterprise applications.
You mightalso want to complete at least oneintroductory training course, ifapplicable.
You should be familiar with navigating the system and adding, updating, and deleting information by using
PeopleSoftEnterprisemenus,pages,orwindows. YoushouldalsobecomfortableusingtheWorldWideWeb
and the Microsoft Windows or Windows NT graphical user interface.
Thesebooksdonotreviewnavigationandotherbasics. Theypresenttheinformationthatyouneedtousethe
system and implementyour PeopleSoft Enterprise applications most effectively.
Application Fundamentals
Each application PeopleBook provides implementation and processing information for your PeopleSoft
Enterprise applications.
Forsomeapplications,additional,essentialinformationdescribingthesetupanddesignofyoursystemappears
inacompanionvolumeofdocumentationcalledtheapplicationfundamentalsPeopleBook. Mostproductlines
have aversion ofthe application fundamentals PeopleBook. The preface of each PeopleBook identifiesthe
application fundamentals PeopleBooks that are associated with that PeopleBook.
Copyright © 2001 - 2006, Oracle. All rights reserved. ixGeneral Preface
Theapplication fundamentalsPeopleBook consistsofimportanttopics thatapply to many orallPeopleSoft
Enterpriseapplications. Whetheryouareimplementingasingleapplication,somecombinationofapplications
withintheproduct line,ortheentireproductline,youshouldbefamiliarwiththecontentsoftheappropriate
applicationfundamentalsPeopleBooks. Theyprovidethestartingpointsforfundamentalimplementationtasks.
Documentation Updates and Printed Documentation
This section discusses how to:
ntation updates.• Obtain docume
order printed documentation.• Download and
Obtaining Documentation Updates
pdatesandadditionaldocumentation forthisrelease,aswellaspreviousreleases, on Oracle’sYou can find u
ustomer Connection website. Through the Documentation section of Oracle’s PeopleSoftPeopleSoft C
nection, you can download files to add to yourPeopleBooks Library. You’ll find a variety ofCustomerCon
melymaterials, including updatesto thefull lineofPeopleSoftEnterprisedocumentation thatisuseful andti
n your PeopleBooks CD-ROM.delivered o
Important! Beforeyouupgrade,youmustcheckOracle’sPeopleSoftCustomerConnectionforupdatestothe
upgradeinstructions. Oracle continuallypostsupdatesasthe upgradeprocessisrefined.
See Also
Oracle’sPeopleSoftCustomerConnection,http://www.oracle.com/support/support_peoplesoft.html
Downloading and Ordering Printed Documentation
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makesPeopleSoftEnterprisedocumentationavailabletoyouviaOracle’swebsite. You can:
• Download PDF files.
• Order printed, bound volumes.
Downloading PDF Files
You can download PDF versions of PeopleSoft Enterprisedocumentation online via theOracle Technology
Network. Oracle makes these PDF files available online for each major release shortly after the software
is shipped.
SeeOracleTechnologyNetwork,http://www.oracle.com/technology/documentation/psftent.html.
Ordering Printed, Bound Volumes
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SeeOracleStore,http://oraclestore.oracle.com/OA_HTML/ibeCCtpSctDspRte.jsp?section=14021
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