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Revenue Management Cloud Service (RMCS) solution for Oracle E-Business Suite (EBS) (Doc ID 2244173.1)

Last updated on NOVEMBER 23, 2022

Applies to:

Oracle Order Management
Oracle Projects
Oracle Service Contracts
Oracle Fusion Revenue Management
Oracle General Ledger
Information in this document applies to any platform.
Oracle Revenue Management Cloud Services (RMCS)
++++ This Note is modified with newer content as on 1st Jul 2019++++


This document provides an overview of the technical uptake of the Oracle E-Business Suite coexistence solution for integration with Revenue Management Cloud Service.


This document applies to customers who use Oracle E-Business Suite Service Contract, Order Management, General Ledger and Receivables, and want to integrate with Oracle Revenue Management Cloud.


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In this Document
 Feature Overview
 Configure your system
 1. Oracle E-Business Suite patches to be applied.
 2. Setup steps to Implement the Feature.
 2.1 System Options - Revenue Management Tab
 2.2 Profile Option : AR: Source System Value for Revenue Management
 2.3 EBS SSL Setup, for consuming Fusion Services
 2.4 Summary of setups for Utilizing Fusion Web services via Business Events
 2.5 Add the Service Invocation Subscription to the above listed events, to invoke the service
 3. Oracle E-Business Suite Receivables Integration Concurrent Programs for Oracle Fusion Revenue Management
 3.1 Extracting Revenue Basis Data Import file from Oracle E-Business Site Receivables to feed into RMCS.
 3.2 Create Billing Data File, From Oracle E-Business Suite Receivables to Revenue Management Cloud Service
 3.3 Recommendations for file naming conventions
 4. RMCS–EBS GL Integration
 4.1 Key Setups Required in Fusion system:
 4.2 Prerequisites before starting creating subscriptions in EBS:
 4.3 Create Subscriptions
 4.4 Import Process Steps in EBS:
 4.5 Detailed steps for creating subscriptions to the events:
 5. Trouble Shooting:
 6. Frequently Asked Questions:

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