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hi what are the tables related to hr payroll and expenditure in oracle ebs r12
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by:sdstuber
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I can't help much with the specifics of ebs itself,  but since it's an oracle database  you can query dba_tables and dba_views to look for the information you are looking for.

If you don't have access to those,  try all_tables and all_views
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All oracle HRMS table details are listed in the URL please check:

http://oracle.anilpassi.com/oracle-hrms-tables.html

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by:pinkuray
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you can also find more detail information of the tables in oracle eTRM Version 12.0.0:
Login to : http://etrm.oracle.com/pls/etrm/etrm_search.search .

search for all tables related to payroll  and hrms in R12.
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gud link
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