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    Mohana Gopal Selvam
    Enabling OfferingsAnswered
    Topic posted February 5, 2019 by Mohana Gopal SelvamSilver Crown: 22,500+ Points, tagged Setup and Maintenance 
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    Title:
    Enabling Offerings
    Content:

    Hi,

    What is the best practice we need to follow to enable the offerings? 

    Can we enable all the offerings which is available in the Test instance in order to validate and understand the feature? Will Oracle charge any additional cost, if we enable other than purchased?

    Our customer purchased OEC & SCM (GSI) instances, but by default none of the offerings where selected.

    Thanks,

    Mohan

    Version:
    18C

    Best Comment

    Navin Jose

    Hi Mohan,

    In Fusion Cloud applications, there are roughly 24 Offerings, and each offering has multiple 'Opt-Ins' (sub-functionalities/modules). By default, nothing is enabled (but is provisioned), and you should enable the offerings with the opt-ins/functionalities which you want to use.

    The same needs to be done in PROD, the only difference is that the customer will be charged for the offerings which the customer has not 'subscribed' (paid cloud license fee for).

    ---------------

    In your case, you mentioned that the customer has OEC and SCM.

    Now SCM itself is a very broad pillar, with multiple modules.  Take example that the customer has subscribed to core inventory and procurement, and NOT order management. You can enable all in TEST and can also configure all (regardless whether it is subscribed or not). But in PROD, as Fusion OM is not subscribed by the customer, then it will have extra licensing cost (for OM Module).

    If you have Implementation User access rights, you can check which all subscriptions are purchased by the customer by navigating to:

    • Navigator -> My Enterprise -> Subscriptions.

    Any other subscription which is not seen here, if you enable and configure in PROD, it will be an additional cost. But in TEST, it is free.

     

    Hope this helps

    Cheers

    Navin

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    • Navin Jose

      Hi Mohan,

      Can we enable all the offerings which is available in the Test instance in order to validate and understand the feature? Will Oracle charge any additional cost, if we enable other than purchased?

      By default, the offerings will not be enabled, but you can enable then offerings as desired.  You should enable only those offerings which are in scope of your implementation.

      In TEST environment, all offerings are available to be enabled (by default, are provisioned). You will not incur any additional costs. But the same will be chargable in the PROD environment.

       

      Cheers

      Navin

    • Mohana Gopal Selvam

      Hi Navin,

      Thanks for your response.

      In TEST environment, all offerings are available to be enabled (by default, are provisioned).

      Our customer didn't purchase DCS, but the DCS is available under Service Offerings. And also Incentive is available under Sales Offerings. Is it expected thing?

      Thanks,

      Mohan

       

    • Navin Jose

      Our customer didn't purchase DCS, but the DCS is available under Service Offerings. And also Incentive is available under Sales Offerings. Is it expected thing?

      Yes.

      All modules/offerings are available to be enabled in TEST environment without any additional costs, but it will bear costs if you enable the non-licensed offerings in PROD.

       

      Cheers

      Navin

    • Mohana Gopal Selvam

      Hi Navin,

      In TEST environment, all offerings are available to be enabled (by default, are provisioned). 

      You meant the provisioned offerings are enabled by default? Could you explain what you mean 'by default, are provisioned'. 

      Thanks,

      Mohan

    • Navin Jose

      Hi Mohan,

      In Fusion Cloud applications, there are roughly 24 Offerings, and each offering has multiple 'Opt-Ins' (sub-functionalities/modules). By default, nothing is enabled (but is provisioned), and you should enable the offerings with the opt-ins/functionalities which you want to use.

      The same needs to be done in PROD, the only difference is that the customer will be charged for the offerings which the customer has not 'subscribed' (paid cloud license fee for).

      ---------------

      In your case, you mentioned that the customer has OEC and SCM.

      Now SCM itself is a very broad pillar, with multiple modules.  Take example that the customer has subscribed to core inventory and procurement, and NOT order management. You can enable all in TEST and can also configure all (regardless whether it is subscribed or not). But in PROD, as Fusion OM is not subscribed by the customer, then it will have extra licensing cost (for OM Module).

      If you have Implementation User access rights, you can check which all subscriptions are purchased by the customer by navigating to:

      • Navigator -> My Enterprise -> Subscriptions.

      Any other subscription which is not seen here, if you enable and configure in PROD, it will be an additional cost. But in TEST, it is free.

       

      Hope this helps

      Cheers

      Navin

    • Mohana Gopal Selvam

      Thanks for your detailed explanation.

    • Navin Jose

      Hi Mohan,

      Please rate the comments if they were helpful.

      Cheers

      Navin

    • Mohana Gopal Selvam

      Done :-)