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Organization Setup Issue: eAM Module

Hello All,

When I opened the Enterprise Asset Management module and tried to open the Work Orders,I'm getting the below message.

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This Program may only be run for EAM enabled organizations.Please select the EAM enabled organization,ensure that EAM Parameters have been setup for the organization and return this program.

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Accordingly I wend to Setup->Organization Parameters
This window shows.

Organization Code : EAM
Item Master Organization: EAM
Calander : ABC_Calend

Please let me know what is missing and what needs to be done.

Thanks.
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amutallibkhan
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amutallibkhanAuthor Commented:
Please update on this ?
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amutallibkhanAuthor Commented:
Nobody having idea on this ?
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amutallibkhanAuthor Commented:
Hello Moderator,

Why this question is neglected ?

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Helena Markováprogrammer-analystCommented:
I am not familiar with an Oracle Applications, but on Oracle Support (former MetaLink) I have read document [ID 263288.1], maybe it can help you:
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Symptoms
You do not see the eAM Enabled Flag in the Organisation Parameters form.
Cause
The eAM application has not been set to a status "Installed" in the application instance.
Solution
1. Verify that the status of eAM application is set to a status of "Installed" in your application instance.
2. If not, use the license manager to set the status of the eAM application as installed.
3. Once done, the eAM enabled flag should show up.
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amutallibkhanAuthor Commented:
Your absolutely right.
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