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Good information as usual.

Steven, 1 Can you help me locate any tangible performance data for R12 forms compared to 11i forms? Our Applications Performance team is very meticulous about comparing equivalent things. Clarified background on the second set of benchmarks] A few questions have been raised in our new Release 12 Upgrade Forum about the differences in network bandwidth requirements between Release 11i and Release 12 data has been added to our standard internal benchmarks.

This would be the equivalent of running the 11i versions of these screens in Release You cannot apply the Release 12 techstack to an E-Business Suite Release 11i environment, and we don’t provide any patches to do so. Oracle E-Business Suite Technology. Steven, Thanks for the excellent baseline performance information.

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Oracle Applications Subject Matter Expert (SME): Differences R12 Vs 11i

It’s been my experience that new functionality trumps all, at least in the eyes of your users. New Functionality Trumps All As Apps technologists, it’s tempting for us to get caught up in these types of discussions. They’re more likely to remark on the fact that the login page now has two new capabilities: You’ll see that the page sizes did increase, but these increases were mainly due to Apps code changes and user interface changes.

So, their baseline for network bandwidth was Release 11i. In general, our understanding is that customers are frustrated with having to juggle different Java plug-ins for different Java applications. That white paper no longer applies so it has been withdrawn. Sorry, what is The table above compares a Release 11i environment with a full E-Business Suite Release 12 environment.

Comparing Bandwidth Requirements between Release 11i and 12

I’d rather hear it referred to as a move in the right direction. John Stouffer Tuesday, June 5, New OA Framework The section above is generating a lot of similar questions, perhaps understandably.

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John,Thanks for your insights. As an Apps DBA, I still have a desktop component to deal with whether is an Oracle or Sun desktop plug-in and all of the associated headaches in keeping the users up to date.

No “apples to oranges” comparisons for them. Do you mean 11i. They deemed it important to distinguish between added network bandwidth vifferences in Release 12 due to new code at the Apps layer vs. Rollup 5 patch ? Hello, Viacheslav,Yes, I thought that point might generate some questions.

The “Benchmark Comparison Test with Jinitiator 1. So, their baseline for network bandwidth was the Difderences 11i. The data posted in this article is the only data that I’ve seen released publicly to date. Steven Chan Senior Director.

My only concern about the new Sun JRE is that there seems to be quite a bit of talk about how the JInitiator is “going away”