R12 or Latest Technical  Reference Manual

Hi Does anybody have Technical Reference Manual for Release 12 or the latest version of R12.I'm not able to find that in the metalink.I'm looking for Products ASCP GOP & CP
Thanks & Regards
Bhubalan Mani
Edited by: Bhubalan Mani on Jul 22, 2010 8:05 PM

Try http://etrm.oracle.com
HTH
Srini

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