Oracle Purchasing, Inventory and Project Costing

Dear all,
   I want to know about the Oracle Purchasing, Inventory and Project Costing module details. I'm interested to know what the technology expertise does it require if I want to be the active role member in the implementation. i.e. not just as the maintenance fellow, but infact I want to be the active member, so in future I can develop and deploy the plugins as required and my not be available in standard package. So what should I learn and know about. Please suggest me. It's very urgent.

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Helena Markováprogrammer-analystCommented:
An Oracle Application is developed in Oracle Forms6i/Reports6i.
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Konka_KiranAuthor Commented:
Dear Henka,

     Thankyou, I'll further continue with the link you provided.

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