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Oracle XML Publisher Basic

Oracle XML Publisher Basic



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Publishing Concurrent Requests with XML Publisher
 An Oracle White Paper  January 2005 
Publishing Concurrent Requests with XML Publisher
Publishing Concurrent Requests with XML Publisher
XML Publisher enables customers to utilize a set of familiar desktop tools to createand maintain their own report formats based on XML data extracts from theirexisting Oracle Applications concurrent request programs. At runtime, XMLPublisher merges the custom templates with the concurrent request data extracts togenerate output in PDF, HTML, RTF, EXCEL (HTML), or even text for use withEFT and EDI transmissions.Oracle Application Object Library (fnd) patch 3435480 introduces a set of concurrent processing enhancements to streamline publishing your requests withXML Publisher:
 To publish your custom report, simply use Standard Request Submissionto select your template, language, and output type.
If you wish to republish a request, the Concurrent Manager now providesthe option to republish your request data with a different template or in adifferent output format. You can also choose just to view the data in thenew selected format, without generating a new request.
Using a new concurrent program definition field, you can assign a defaulttemplate to a concurrent program so that the user does not have to make aselection every time he submits the request.
Using a new concurrent program definition field, you can assign aretention period to the concurrent program so that it is not purged untilthe set time has elapsed. This enables you to better leverage therepublishing options for historical data.
 The flexibility of XML Publisher is a result of the separation of the presentation of the report from its data structure. The collection of the data is still handled by yourconcurrent request, but now you can design and control how the report outputs will be presented in separate template files. At runtime, the concurrent manager’soutput post processor calls XML Publisher to merge your designed template files with the report data to create rich, published documents in PDF that can support
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