RICE stands for Reports, Interfaces, Conversions, Enhancements / Extensions
> Sometimes extended to FRICE > F for Forms
RICEW > W for Workflow.
What is CEMLI’s Framework?What is CEMLI stands for?
CEMLI Defined as
Integrations, all of which refer to recommended ways in which the standard solutions could be modified, if required.
Configurations : Configure the existing, pre-built application features according to your client's requirement.Changing setups and profile values can be the example of configurations.
Customization : Customization means altering/changing the standard objects or creation of custom object to meet client's business need. It may be Extensions or Modifications.
Extensions : Extension means creating custom code from scratch, existing objects (views, packages and java classes etc) can be used. It is having different behaviour from seeded one.
Modifications : Modifications is enhancing/changing the existing code to meet the client's requirements. It is the modification of seeded behaviour.
Localization : It is to define the different legislative support provided by oracle Applications based on country/region/language requirements.
Integration : It can be Data Integration or Application Integration, options for these two are Open Interface tables, APIs, EAI(Enterprise Application Integration Tools), BPEL, AQ, EDI etc.
>> Apart from these there is one more term and that is Personalization.
Personalization : Tailoring the layout or visibility of page content to meet client requirements is Personalization. Changing the user interface (UI) look-and-feel, making any field visible/enabled/disabled/mandatory/non mandatory comes under Personalization.
Types CEMLI's in Oracle eBusiness Suite:
•Personalize – Add new items – Change prompts, titles, text – Reorder items or regions
• Extend – Add new functional flows or content – Extend or override existing business logic 8
• Configure – Profile Options – User-defined Flexfields – Function and Data Security Setups
• Modify – OVERWRITE Oracle Shipped code / business logic