Tuesday, March 22, 2011

How to find the backend SQL query from Self Service / OAF pages in Oracle Applications?

Update the following Profile Option Values to Yes at User level.

FND: Diagnostics
Personalize Self-Service Defn
(For an Example) Supplier Page
Click > About this Page

[PAGE] Tab Page / Business Component Reference Details

View Objects


Thursday, March 17, 2011

Error: Element Not Found

In R12 applications, few BUTTONs maynot be performed well. (on self service pages.)

Char X
Error: Element not found.
Code: 0

Oracle Applications: R12
Internet Explorer: 7


START > RUN > regedit


If it's value is "C:\WINDOWS\system32\shdocvw.dll"

Replace that value with "C:\WINDOWS\system32\ieframe.dll"

How to restrict a user to one inventory organization?


Inventory > Setup > Organization > Organization Access

Defining Organization Access

You can specify which organizations a responsibility can access by mapping responsibilities to organizations. Once this mapping is set up, a user logging into an Oracle Manufacturing product is restricted to the organizations mapped to the responsibility chosen. The Change Organization window is restricted as well.

Attention: Until you assign an organization to a responsibility in this window, all responsibilities have access to all organizations. Once you have restricted any responsibility to an organization, you must then explicitly define the organizations which all responsibilities can access.

Attention: This feature does not restrict access once the user is in the product. Users with access to functions that cross multiple organizations (such as ATP, Inter-organization Transfers, Item Search, Multi-organization Quantity Report, and so on) can still specify any valid organization when running these functions.

Wednesday, March 16, 2011

How to get the Distinct Values in TABLE Value set?

Method 1

Create the VIEW based on DISTINCT values; use the VIEW for creates the VALUESET.

Method 2

Paste the QUERY in TABLE field with alias name, and give the column name (with alias name).

(For an example)



Friday, March 11, 2011

FRM-40831: Truncation Occurred: value too long for field XXXXX

FRM-40831: Truncation Occurred: value too long for field XXXXX


1. Form field length and database column length may not be same.
2. Minimum query length Property.
3. Data Length Semantics property and Unicode.


1. Check the Form field length and database column length.

2. Your base table field query length (in the Results block) must be long enough to contain the query criteria. If it is not, you get an error that the value is too long for your field. All fields should have a minimum query length of 255.

3. If you have radio groups, list items, or check boxes based on database fields in your Results block, you should only copy those values from the Find window if they are not NULL.

4. If you ever need to adjust the default WHERE clause, remember to set it back when you do a non-query-find query.