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    • Framework Personalizations Edi Yanto edi.y4nto@gmail.com Oracle Applications Technical Consultant
    • 2 Course Agenda • Enabling and Setting Up OA Framework Personalizations • Administrative-Level Personalization in an OA Framework Page • Deploying Framework Personalizations
    • 3 Enabling and Setting Up OA Framework Personalizations • Enabling Administrative-Level Personalizations – Personalize Self-Service Defn (FND_CUSTOM_OA_DEFINTION) – FND: Personalization Region Link Enabled (FND_PERSONALIZATION_REGION_LINK_ENABLED) • Tuning Admin-Level Personalization On and Off – Disable Self-Service Personal (FND_DISABLE_OA_CUSTOMIZATIONS) • Enabling “About this page” Link – FND: Diagnostics (FND_DIAGNOSTICS)
    • 4 Administrative-Level Personalizations in an OA Framework Page • Basic – Hiding and Disabling a Field – Changing a Field Prompt • Intermediate – Adding a Tip and Button Link – Rearranging Regions – Reordering Table Columns • Advanced – Adding a Column to a Table – Extending an Existing Region – Adding a Descriptive Flexfield
    • 5 Hiding Field • Hide “From” field from the Notification Advanced Worklist. (N): Workflow User Web Applications > Advanced Worklist
    • 6 Disabling Field • Disable “Description” field from the Create Event Page (N): Workflow Administrator Web Applications > Administrator Workflow > Business Event > (B) Create Event
    • 7 Changing a Field Prompt • Change Prompt of “Type Internal Name” field on the Status Monitor page (N): Workflow Administrator Web Applications > Administrator Workflow > Status Monitor
    • 8 Adding Tip • Add a tip to Advanced Worklist page that it renders only at certain function and responsibility level. (N): Workflow User Web Applications > Advanced Worklist
    • 9 Adding Button Link • Add a “Training Info” Button to Advanced Worklist page that it renders only at certain function and responsibility level. (N): Workflow User Web Applications > Advanced Worklist
    • 10 Rearranging Region • Personalize a page to rearrange the order in which its regions are displayed. (N): Workflow Administrator Web Applications > Administrator Workflow > Administration > Workflow Configuration
    • 11 Reordering Table Columns • Reorder columns on Advanced Worklist page. (N): Workflow User Web Applications > Advanced Worklist
    • 12 Adding a Column to a Table • Add “Language” field to the notification table on Advanced Worklist page. (N): Workflow User Web Applications > Advanced Worklist – Click on personalize link on the page or region – Click expand all to see all the fields and to determine the name of the View Object for the table
    • 13 Adding a Column to a Table (Con.) • Add “Language” field to the notification table on Advanced Worklist page. (N): Workflow User Web Applications > Advanced Worklist – Create new item within the table – Create item type if message styled text and give a custom name to the id and specify name of the View Attribute, View Object, and prompt for your new Column.
    • 14 Extending an Existing Region • Add “Advanced Worklist” region to the Manage Schedules page (N): Workflow User Web Applications > Advanced Worklist (N): System Administration > Manage Schedules
    • 15 Extending an Existing Region (Con.) • Add “Advanced Worklist” region to the Manage Schedules page (N): Workflow User Web Applications > Advanced Worklist (N): System Administration > Manage Schedules
    • 16 Adding a Descriptive Flexfield • Add “Requisition Lines” Flexfield on Non-Catalog Request page. (N): iProcurement > Shop > Non-Catalog Request
    • 17 Adding a Descriptive Flexfield (Con.) • Add “Requisition Lines” Flexfield on Non-Catalog Request page. (N): iProcurement > Shop > Non-Catalog Request
    • 18 Deploying Framework Personalizations • Set the below profile option to a root directory in your file system where your files will be exported and imported from. – FND: Personalization Document Root Path (FND_PERZ_DOC_ROOT_PATH) • Use Functional Administrator > Personalization > Import/Export • Move file to target server • Import into target instance with Functional Administrator Responsibility
    • 19 Deploying Framework Personalizations (Con.)
    • 20 References • Oracle Application Framework Personalization Guide • http://apps2fusion.com/apps-training/oa-framework-training • http://ediyanto83.wordpress.com • http://metalink.oracle.com
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