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R12.1.1 GIS Integration: Assets on Google Map Feature Guide (Doc ID 779351.1)

Last updated on JUNE 02, 2023

Applies to:

Oracle Asset Tracking - Version 12.1.1 and later
Oracle Enterprise Asset Management - Version 12.1.1 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


This datafix has been approved by development for Customer consumption 27-Apr-2012.

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This document describes details on the new integration between web based source map viewer of Google Maps and Oracle Asset Lifecycle Management (ALM) products in R12.1.1. Using this feature, assets can be geocoded and  displayed in the Google map viewer based on user entered search criteria. After locating an asset on a map, user can perform various actions depending upon the type of asset such as create work request, create work order, view open WR, view open WO, Graphical Asset hierarchy, etc.

This note specifically covers the following areas:

* Overview
* Feature Details
* Process Flows
* Functional Steps
* Technical Details
* Example
* FAQs


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 Feature Details
 Process Flows
 Functional Steps
 Technical Details

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