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Decipher EBS Product Prefixes with EBS Technical Reference Manual
Oracle E-Business Suite is a collection of over 200 individual products. These products are grouped into product families such as Financials, Supply Chain Management, Human Resources, and so on. Each product has its own ID, officially called an "Applications Product Prefix." Product prefixes can be either two or three characters in length.
If you're looking at a patch's README or some technical documentation, you might see a product ID that you don't recognize, for example, "BNE." How do you figure out what this means?
The eTRM allows you to
look up EBS database design and dependency information. For example,
you can enter the name of a database object (e.g. per_people_f) and see all
of the information associated with that object. You can also browse the
FND Model or Oracle Data Diction from the FND or DBA tabs.