How to create log and output file using FND_FILE in Oracle Apps Concurrent Program

FND_FILE is a built-in package provided in Oracle Apps/E-Business Suite to write log and output files in PL/SQL concurrent program. This is actually a wrapper on UTL_FILE to write files on the Unix server. You can open the log and output file using navigation View -> Requests -> Find. Select the respective request on the …

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How to Create, Disable user, Add Responsibility and Reset Password in Oracle Apps from Backend

FND_USER_PKG is built-in API in Oracle apps for user management from the back-end. In this article, I will share how to use this API for common user management task like user creation, reset password, adding and deleting responsibility. There are many methods available, but mostly we will focus on common methods. create_user Use this API …

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FNDLOAD and XDOLoader to Manage, Download and Upload files

FNDLOAD and XDOLoader are utilities provided in Oracle Apps to download/upload AOL object definition and template (RTF, PDF, and XSL-FO), XML, and XSD files to the XML Publisher database tables. Oracle XML Publisher Oracle XML Publisher is XML and template-driven tool to design reports in Oracle Applications. You can use Microsoft Word/Excel or Adobe PDF …

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How to Select Multiple Records in Oracle Apps Forms ( Multi-Select Check Box Tutorial)

In Oracle forms, you would have seen a multi-record block with a checkbox. When you click,  Select all – when the master checkbox is checked then all child checkboxes on the form should be checked. Unselect All – when the master checkbox is unchecked then all child checkboxes on the form should be unchecked. This …

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How to schedule Concurrent Program/Request in Oracle Apps

Oracle apps provide built-in functionality to schedule concurrent programs so that they run at specified times and intervals. This leads to effective utilisation of hardware, software, and human resources. Concurrent Program is one of the most important functionalities available in Oracle Apps. It allows users to submit jobs parallelly. These programs run in the background …

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