Need to send email with content of total sales

Hi experts,
I have configure notification mailer and have received also test email. Usually I may receive oracle alerts in my email address.
I need two solutions or need to build below mention point.
1) need to send email total daily sale ?
2) need to setup oracle alerts ?
I am waiting your kind response or refer solid documents to fulfil my requirements
Thanks

You can configure an alert that fires every day at about 1:00 am.
The alert can query oe_order_lines_all table for all orders lines that were created in booked status on the prior day.
Then you can format the alert to include the total amount.
You can group by sales person or by warehouse.
If you want to group the sales by item numbers, the email may become long depending on the number of items you sell every day.
See http://docs.oracle.com/cd/A60725_05/html/comnls/us/alr/summary.htm for a great example on how to send a summary alert.
Hope this helps,
Sandeep Gandhi

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