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Does Oracle R12.1  actually refer to the applications/e-business version? Is the underlying RDBMS still 11g?
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It can mean either.

The latest production release of Oracle RDBMS is 11gR2 (11.2) but 12c is in Beta.  This will likely be 12.1 when it is released.
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