Monday, 23 November 2015

Types of Docs in Oracle APPS

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Types of document in Oracle Apps.

MD 050 -- Module design by the functional consultant.
MD 070 -- Technical Document designed by the technical consultant.
MD 020 -- Technical document designed by the functional document.
MD 0120 -- Migration and user training document by the technical consultant.
CV 040 -- Conversion of the functional document by the functional consultant.

CV 060 -- Conversion of the technical document by the technical consultant.

Note - Conversion means moving data from legacy system to the Apps system.

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Mohd. Shahnawaz
Passion for Oracle

Monday, 2 November 2015

What are Task Flows?

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In simple word
* Visual representation of application process flow.
* Each Task Flow contains portion of application navigation.
* They are similar to traditional flow charts.
* Primary purpose is reuse.

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Passion for Oracle

Task Flow Managed Bean Scope

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Task Flow Managed Bean Scope are following
Application - Remains till application stop.
Session - Persists till user session.
Page Flow - Also known as task flow scope.
View - Lifespan till current page.
Request - Lives for duration of request only.
BackingBean - UI component based.
Flash Scope - Remains till next encountered view (included in JSF 2.0)

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Passion for Oracle

View Object Programmatically called in java class

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package demo.vo.example.view;

import demo.vo.example.model.EmployeesViewImpl;

import demo.vo.example.model.EmployeesViewRowImpl;

import oracle.jbo.ApplicationModule;

import oracle.jbo.client.Configuration;

public class AppModuleTest {
   public static void main(String[] args) {
       ApplicationModule appModule=Configuration.createRootApplicationModule("demo.vo.example.model.AppModule", "AppModuleLocal");
       EmployeesViewImpl vo = (EmployeesViewImpl)appModule.findViewObject("EmployeesView1");
           EmployeesViewRowImpl row = (EmployeesViewRowImpl);
//           System.out.println(row.getLastName());

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