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Sunday, April 20, 2014

Create event dynamically

Use this code to set event (could be FirePartialAction or FireAction) on any field.

    public void processRequest(OAPageContext pageContext, OAWebBean webBean) {
super.processRequest(pageContext, webBean);
oracle.cabo.ui.action.FireAction FireActionA = new oracle.cabo.ui.action.FireAction(); FireActionA.setEvent("RevenueEvent"); //Event Name FireActionA.setUnvalidated(true); revenuechk.setPrimaryClientAction(FireActionA); //revenuechk is the Id of the field
 public void processFormRequest(OAPageContext pageContext, OAWebBean webBean){
super.processFormRequest(pageContext, webBean);
{ //Event handling here }

Friday, November 8, 2013

Oracle R12.2 | Personalization Improvements

New improvements have been introduced into OA Personalization Framework:

• An administrator can create a SQL-based read only view object through Personalizations and bind it to new items on a page. This feature lets administrators declaratively add new content from Oracle E-Business Suite tables to an existing page.

• More item types and layout region types are available to be created and added to a page through Personalizations. Additional layout types supported in this release include header, classic tables, advanced tables, and message component layout. Additional item types supported include submit button, reset button, and rich text editor. 

• You can undo personalizations. The undo features allows administrators to revert the personalizations done in the current browser session if errors are encountered while personalizing the page.

• You can copy a personalization. This capability allows administrators to rapidly copy a personalization done at a specific level value, such as a responsibility, function, or organization, to other levels such as different responsibilities or different functions.



Improved Record History | Release R12.2

New in release R12.2

Record History now shows user names rather than user IDs for the ‘Last Updated By’ and ‘Created By’ fields.

Release 12.1.1

Record History is a feature that allows a user to see data about a particular record, such as who created the record and when, and who most recently updated the record and when. Record History is now available for Oracle Application Framework based pages.

It can be possible by setting Profile "FND: Record History Enabled" to Yes for the Header and Table objects. This allows users to see who created or last updated data.

However, it has been seen that after implementing these changes, the record history icon will appear in the header sections and as an additional column in tables, but it doesn't work. When users click on the Record History icon, a small window pops up with either an error message, or all values as null. If that is the case then please raise a SR with Oracle.

For eq - The Record History feature requires changes in the java code which have not yet been implemented in the AR/TCA product.