Category Archives: Custom form in Oracle Apps

10 Simple steps to implement XML Bursting Guide

By | February 1, 2015

In this Article, We shall cover following steps to understand and implement XML Bursting feature in Oracle Apps 1. Create RDF Report 2. Register Executable 3. Register Concurrent Program 4. Create XML bursting control file 5. Register data definition 6. Create RTF template File 7. Upload RTF file to data template 8. Place RTF File… Read More »

Functions Used in Oracle HRMS Fast Formula

By | December 2, 2014

Functions Used in Oracle HRMS In previous article of Fast Formula, we understood the concept, its usage and different types of Fast Formulas in Oracle HRMS. In this article i am going to explain the functions that we can use in Fast formula to make the desired logic. Following are different types of functions that… Read More »

Data Types for Constants and Variables in Oracle HRMS Fast Formula

By | December 1, 2014

Constants There are three types of constants that can be used in fast formula • numeric • text • date Numeric Constants Do not use commas or spaces in a number. So, for example, you cannot use 10,000 or 10 000.00 numeric constants. Examples of valid numeric constants are: • 83 • 6.55 • -7.3… Read More »

Enable Diagnostic Examine Option in Oracle Apps

By | October 26, 2014

Problem Statement: While working in oracle, you might want to know the detail through Diagnostic->Examine option, but when you try to open the examine form, you end up with following message. Function not available to this responsibility: Change responsibilities or contact your system  Following is the error screen.. Cause: This error comes because, you don’t have… Read More »

Steps for Creating a Custom Form in Oracle Apps

By | August 7, 2012

Steps for Creating a Custom Form in Oracle Apps 1. Copy template.fmb form from your AU_TOP folder and rename it 2. Change the when new form instance trigger and replace name of form with forms’s name employee 3. It is always better to use newblock/canvas and window of your own and then subclass it 4.… Read More »