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Oracle APIs in Oracle service contracts

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I need to know the basic Oracle standard APIs used in "Oracle service contracts" module along with the respective functionailities.  Can any one let me know?

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You will find Oracle® Service Contracts API Reference Guide Release 11 i in the Oracle Technology Network site:
http://download-east.oracle.com/docs/cd/B12190_11/current/acrobat/115oksapi.pdf 
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