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Within a single user interface DataLoad provides an integrated range of tools to enable users to load data in to Oracle E-Business Suite and other enterprise systems. A summary of DataLoad functionality is shown below.
DataLoad provides a spreadsheet interface and the spreadsheet data can be loaded into target systems via their forms using Macro loads, Browser Control and Forms Playback or it can loaded directly in to the database. Built-in scripting enables users to add an almost limitless range of additional functionality. Whatever loading approach is taken, data or setup is loaded through the application's forms, which has a number of advantages, or via standard APIs. Users have a choice between the free DataLoad Classic or the feature rich DataLoad Professional, a choice which is discussed further here.
|Feature Description||DataLoad Classic||DataLoad Professional|
|Compatible with all Oracle E-Business Suite versions|
|Spreadsheet style interface and navigation|
|Native 32 bit Windows application|
|Unlimited spreadsheet size|
|Macro based data loading in to any form|
|Adjustable load speeds through definable delays|
|Data loading using keystrokes & mouse clicks|
|Command editing for regularly used keystrokes|
|Command groups for different applications1|
|Direct import of data from Excel|
|Keystroke recording to quickly build Macro loads|
|Load Control for fastest & most reliable Macro loads|
|Fast loads in to browser based Self Service forms|
|Advanced, automatic data validation|
|PHP scripting to add custom functionality|
|Load/extract data directly to/from Oracle databases|
|Load data using standard Oracle E-Business APIs|
|Super fast Oracle Forms loads with Forms Playback|
|Protection & locking of spreadsheets and loads|
|User simulation and load testing|
|Product and user support|
1 - DataLoad includes Command Groups for Oracle E-Business Suite, Siebel, Peoplesoft, SAP, MS Dynamics, etc. Users can create additional Commands Groups as required.