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Add Picklist/Dropdown list field to OAF Screen using extension/Personalization
Written by Anil Passi   
Friday, 29 February 2008

In this article, I will demo how you can extend a page so as to add a new DropDown Picklist to an existing page.
In this example, I will be using an iExpense page.

Current Business Scenario
The mileage section in iExpenses page does not have FuelType DropDown field in main section.
Users need to go to Detail Region to enter a value into that field

LOV in Mobile Web Applications - Part 1
Written by Senthilkumar Shanmugam   
Friday, 15 February 2008

Handling LOVs in Mobile ApplicationsImage

In this article, we will see how to handle LOV bean in MWA.
In this example, we will create an LOV which displays the list of users from fnd_user ptable starting with ‘S’.
You can use these code snippets and make changes to the Hello world Sample Program which was published earlier and test it out.
The following are the steps to be performed.

MWA Setup, Testing, Error Logging and Debugging
Written by Senthilkumar Shanmugam   
Saturday, 09 February 2008
MWA Setup

This article will explain to you                                                            Image      
    a. Where the Mobile Web Apps config files are located
    b. MWA Startup and Shutdown Scripts and how those are used
    c. Directory Structure for MWA in both 11i and R12
    d. How to develop and test your pages
    e. Where the log files are created, and tips to debug MWA Applications


User Productivity Kit in Oracle
Written by Rathan   
Saturday, 09 February 2008

Oracle's User Productivity Kit is a simple tool provided by Oracle to capture the navigation or the transaction which the user is to be educated with and reproduce the very same transaction in various formats.

A transaction can be anything starting from applying a leave to applying for a loan through company .
You can capture as many frames as u want ( Just like a camera allows you to capture a picture, this is also very same to use ) .
For ex : In payroll module if you would like to run a Payroll Run process through concurrent Program, then with the help of UPK you can capture the whole process right from the point where the Payroll Administrator logs into the application to running the payroll process and view the results through payroll process results.
After you have captured the transaction ,UPK allows you to edit the process flow captured and reproduce the same process both in animated format and document format.

Animated version will be in following formats :
a) Player Package Format Image
b) HTML Web site Format
c) LMS Package Format
d) Standalone Topic File Format
All the above mentioned files can be viewed through a player called “ON DEMAND Player“ which you will be able to use once you have installed Oracle UPK.

Open Source HRMS Payroll Documentation Tool
Written by Anil Passi   
Tuesday, 05 February 2008
A company called popay in Belgium has built an open source tool that generates documentation for your HRMS/Payroll Setup.
This tool also generates documentation for your Flexfield Setup and Alerts.

To explain in a few simple words:
- launch a concurrent process that creates a file (an extract of the setup)
- this file should then be opened with a free editor called treepad, which can be downloaded at (www.treepad.com ), which presents data in a folder structure.
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