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Open Concurrent Request Output File and Log File on Button Click

Open Concurrent Request Output File and Log File on Button Click

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Published by Ravi Varma
This document is useful to accomplish task of viewing concurrent request output and log file on button click in Custom form.
This document is useful to accomplish task of viewing concurrent request output and log file on button click in Custom form.

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Published by: Ravi Varma on Jun 13, 2012
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Open Concurrent Request Output File and Log file on button click in Custom Form inOracle Apps R12
In order to open concurrent request output or log file in browser by clicking on button in Custom Oracleform we need to do the following steps to achieve this:1] Open custom form in Form Builder and click on
 Attached Libraries
. Then click on
+
add button.2] Add
FNDCONC.pll
library file. This
 
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3] Now open the
FNDCONC.pll
library file from Resource folder in Oracle Form Builder. Inside
FNDCONC.pll
library there are standard program units defined by oracle.4] In order to open submit
 
ted request output file by clicking on Button we need to use procedure
report
 defined in
EDITOR_PKG.
Syntax -
EDITOR_PKG.report (req_id number, save_output_flag varchar2);
 where, req_id is request id of submitted requestsave_output_flag is to indicate whether output file to be saved or not.5] To open submitted request log file by clicking on Button we need to use procedure
request_log
definedin
EDITOR_PKG.
 Syntax -
EDITOR_PKG .request_log(req_id number);
 where, req_id is request id of submitted request.

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