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all the stuff of oracle apps technical by anil passi forum
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Basics Of Oracle Apps Training Material (Step by Step Learning of Oracle Apps)

What happens when you login to Oracle Apps?
Why is it called apps?
What is a profile option?
What is org_id. Why is it important.
Relationship between Applications and Modules
Where to find/deploy the code (Forms tier/Middle tier or DB Tier)
The testing cycle in Oracle Apps
Difference between forms and form functions and menu
What is a Concurrent Program
What is concurrent Manager
What is a Value set
What is a lookup in oracle apps
How does lookup differ from Value Sets
Descriptive Flex field Basics in Oracle Apps
How to make context sensitive descriptive flexfields ( step by step)
Key Flex fields Basics
Setting up your PC for development environment
Your first custom form from scratch
Your first pl/sql concurrent program from scratch
Oracle FNDLOAD Script Examples
Restart or Bounce Apache in Oracle Apps 11i
Playing with CUSTOM.pll
Read Only Schema in Oracle APPS 11i
Create Oracle FND_USER with System Administrator ( Using Script )
A New Custom Form in Oracle Apps
Forms Customization Steps in Oracle Applications
Reports Customization Steps in Oracle Applications
Your first Migration program in Apps. Migrate Customers
FNDLOAD for Oracle Web ADI
API to Update FND_USER and Add Responsibility
Forms Personalization Example 1
Various Examples of Forms Personalization\u2019s [ Everything that you wanted to know about FP ]
Oracle Fusion Development Tools
Debugging In Oracle Applications
XML Publisher Concurrent Program Report
Audit Trail in Oracle Apps
Hierarchy Profile Options in Oracle Apps

Design and Development of Open Interfaces in Oracle Apps
Customization of Reports in Oracle Apps
How to find the Request Group for Concurrent program

Smart Descriptive Flex fields
Using XML Publisher with Pre-Printed Stationary
Procure to Pay, Order to Cash, End to End Cycle Functional Documents

What happens when you login to Apps?

Firstly and surely there is a URL for oracle applications that is structured possibly in below format, although
it can vary from version of apps.
http://machinename:portnumber /oa_servlets/AppsLogin
When you join an Oracle Apps development team for an employer, you will first be given URL of the
development environment.

In any Oracle Apps implementation project (assuming it has gone live), there are minimum of three
environments, each with different URL's and different database instances.
These are:-

Development environment
Testing environment
Production environment

You will most probably, as a techie, be given url,username ad password of the development environment.
What happens when you login(no advanced info here):-

A. Your login gets authenticated against a table named fnd_user for your username and password. The
screen below is where username and password defined. This screen is called user definition screen. Only
system administrators have access to this screen.

B. As you can see above, this username xxpassi is attached to two responsibilities (this will be discussed in
details in latter training lesson). It is this assignment to the responsibility that controls what a logged in
person can do and can't do. In layman\u2019s words, a responsibility is a group of menu.

C. When you successfully login you will see below screens.
This screen below will prompt you to change your password, to a value different than that assigned by
System Administrator.

Click on either of the above Responsibility Names, will initiate Oracle Apps( Note: You might be prompted to
install jinitiator\u2026..just keep clicking OK\u2026OK for all Jinitiator messages). Effectively, what I mean to say is
that you do not need to download jinitiator from anywhere; Oracle will do this automatically (provided your
DBA\u2019s got this cofig\u2019ed) for you during your first logon attempt from the PC. Once your jInitiator gets


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