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Hello World Mobile Supply Chain Application Framework
Written by Senthilkumar Shanmugam   
Wednesday, 30 January 2008

Hello World Program in Mobile Applications
In this article, we will create a Hello World page which gets the name from the user and prints the same with the string “Hello World”
We have to create 3 Java Class for the same. They are

1. CustomTestFunction.java: This Class is for Application level initialization and this class is registered as the Function in AOL. This extends the base class MenuItemBean

2. CustomTestPage.java: This Class is for Page initialization. It just creates the layout and adds the beans to the page. It extends PageBean Class

3. CustomTestFListener.java: This Class is the event listener class. It listens to the events on each bean on the page and calls appropriate method to handle the event.

 

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Open Source in Oracle Apps - Generic Workflow Notification API
Written by Anil Passi   
Wednesday, 30 January 2008
Some six years ago, I joined a project for a Swiss client. On my first day in that project, I realised that there was a need to send approx 50 different types of notifications. The layout for those notifications was HTML based data content. Considering the scale of requirement, it wasn’t feasible to develop 50different workflows or 50 different Alerts for this purpose. Hence I then designed a PL/SQL utility, that can churn out notifications with HTML contents. After that Swiss project, I have used the same API at 3 other clients.
I am hereby donating this PL/SQL API to be downloaded and used for free by Oracle Apps Community.

To use this utility
Download this utility
Install this utility
Call PL/SQL Utility API
Ensure Workflow Background process is scheduled to run

Salient Features of this utility are :-
   1.You can send a plain text or html text or even results of a SQL Statement as the notification contents.
   2.To send result of SQL Statement in notification, you can pass a table name, column name and where clause as parameters to this API.
     Based upon this information, API will construct SQL, and build HTML Table with data fetched from SQL Statement.
   3.No size restriction of 32K on notification contents, as this API is designed to use PL/SQL Clob.
   4.For recipient parameter, you can either pass FND_USER.USER_NAME or an Email Address as parameter.
     If email address is passed, then an ad-hoc role will be created on the fly [if need be].
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Mobile Supply Chain Application Framework -Introduction
Written by Senthilkumar Shanmugam   
Tuesday, 29 January 2008
MSCA/MWA Framework in Oracle Apps EBS
Mobile Web Application development in Oracle eBusiness Suite is very niche skill. You can count the number of consultants with this expertise on your fingertips. One of those experts is a freelance consultant Senthil Shamungham. Senthil has done extensive development on this technology, both on 11i and 12i environments. Currently Senthil is working on a R12 project in Germany.
Please find first article in this series, whereby Senthil explains the basic fundamentals of Mobile Web Applications in Oracle eBusiness Suite.
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Move OA Framework personalizations from one environment to another
Written by Anil Passi   
Thursday, 24 January 2008
In this article, you will see
How to move personalizations from one environment to another
Common pitfalls, things to be careful about when moving personalizations
How to avoid such pitfalls.
Fault in Oracle's design for exporting/importing responsibility level personalizations.

Screenshots for steps to export and import personalizations


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Sample Code - Add Submit Button Using OA Framework Extension
Written by Anil Passi   
Thursday, 17 January 2008
In continuation with previous article, please find a sample source code for enabling a Submit Button on OA Framework Page.
This code will reside in Controller class.

Following sequence of events will take place for this type of extension
The extended custom controller class will replace the standard controller class.
Just prior to the page being rendered, processRequest of extended controller will be called.
In processRequest we will create a Submit Button Bean using getWebBeanFactory(),as in sample below.
Next, we will attach an event named "xxSubmitSendEmailButton" to this newly created button.
In the processFormRequest of extended controller, trap the event named "xxSubmitSendEmailButton"
        Note- Event is trapped by checking the value of pageContext.getParameter(EVENT_PARAM)
Take appropriate action when this event is trapped
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