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Oracle Apps Material

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Oracle Apps Training Classes-It is our pleasure to introduce a Techno Functional Courses in Oracle Apps.Salient features of our Program :* Training by a faculty who has over 5 years of real time experience* 45 Days Program. Very easy to learn.* Free CD with all the course material, Implementation steps and quickreferenceguides* Excellent lab facilities* Real time experience and case studiesThe following is the course contents :Oracle Applications* Users* Responsibilities* Menus* Form Functions* Concurrent Programs* Request groups* Flexfields* Value sets* System profilesTechnical:Development and Customization of Apps ReportsDevelopment and Customization of Apps FormsDevelopment and Customization of Apps InterfacesDevelopment and Customization of Apps Forms
Implementing User Profiles :
You should define user profile options whenever you want your application toreact in different ways for different users, depending on specific userattributes.You can decide whether your end users can view and update options you defineat the User level or you can also define the option such that your end userscould not see or change its value.
Predefined User Profile Options :
Database Profile Options :
Oracle Application Object Library provides many user profile options that theOracle System Administrator or the users can see and update.
Internally Generated Profile Options :
Oracle Application Object Library also provides a set of profile options that youcan access via the user profile routines. You can retrieve values for theseprofile options in your forms and programs.However, except for the profiles CONC_PRINT_OUTPUT andCONC_PRINT_STYLE, you cannot change their values. System administratorsand end users cannot see the values for, nor change the values of, these profileoptions.
FND_PROFILE: User Profile APIs :
You can use the user profile routines to manipulate the option values stored inclient and server user profile caches.On the client, a single user profile cache is shared by multiple form sessions.Thus, when Form A and Form B are both running on a single client, any changesForm A makes to the client’s user profile cache affect Form B’s run–timeenvironment, and vice versa.On the server, each form session has its own user profile cache. Thus, even ifForm A and Form B are running on the same client, they have separate serverprofile caches. Server profile values changed from Form A’s session do notaffect Form B’s session, and vice versa.Similarly, profile caches on the server side for concurrent programs areseparate.Also, note that the server–side profile cache accessed by these PL/SQL routinesis not synchronized with the C–code cache. If you put a value using the PL/SQLroutines, it will not be readable with the C–code routines.Any changes you make to profile option values using these routines affect onlythe run–time environment.The effect of these settings ends when the program ends, because thedatabase session (which holds the profile cache) is terminated.
Summary procedure FND_PROFILE.PUT
(name IN varchar2,value IN varchar2);
FNDSQF library and database (stored procedure)
Puts a value to the specified user profile option. If the option doesnot exist, you can also create it with PUT.
Arguments (input)name
The (developer) name of the profile option you want to set.
The value to set in the specified profile option.
(name IN varchar2,value OUT varchar2);
FNDSQF library and database (stored procedure)
Gets the current value of the specified user profile option, or NULLif the profile does not exist.
Arguments (input)name
The (developer) name of the profile optionwhose value you want toretrieve.
Arguments (output)Value
The current value of the specified user profile option as last set by PUTor as defaulted in the current user’s profile.Example FND_PROFILE.GET (’USER_ID’, user_id);

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