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or returns. DEFAULTING RULE INCLUDES THE FOLLOWING COMPONENTS 1. Defaulting Source/Value (Entity and Attribute, Source Type) ‘Attributes’ and ‘Entities’ are the things you default to. (A) 2. Defaulting Condition - ‘Conditions’ are rules you set up that will control when a particular group of default sources will be looked at. (B) 3. Precedence of Defaulting Condition (if multiple defaulting conditions exist, precedence determines the condition to use) (C) 4. Sequence (in what order is the rule applied if multiple rules exist) (D) 5. Source Type and Defaulting Source/Value: (how the attribute value is derived) ‘Sources’ are where things default from. (E) Defaulting Setup Form – Navigator -> Setup -> Rules -> Defaulting
For conditions that should together evaluate to TRUE (AND conditions). enter a different number for each record.If the order type has a sequence number of 1 and the price list has a sequence number of 2. Enter a value in the Precedence field to determine the precedence when resolving multiple TRUE defaulting conditions. In the Group Number field: (I) 1. INCLUDE IN BUILDING DEFAULTING CONDITIONS (G) The Include in Building Defaulting Conditions check box indicates whether an Attribute can be used in defining conditions for the entity selected. 2. Copied Order. Use this condition to define generic defaulting rules. then the defaulting condition with higher priority. Note: The Include in Building Defaulting Conditions checkbox is for display purposes only. then the order type defaults before the price list.SEQUENCE OF INITIAL ATTRIBUTE DEFAULTING (F) The defaulting sequence decides the order in which the attributes within an entity are defaulted. A generic condition of Always is seeded for each entity. When attributes have equal sequence numbers. Attribute with identical sequence numbers are defaulted in alphabetical order. is used initially. defaulting condition Standard Order has a precedence value of two and Copied Order has a precedence value of one. THE DEFAULTING RULES BUTTON The Defaulting Rules button enables users to define defaulting rules for the attribute selected. enter the same group number. If an order is standard and a copied order. conditions for Standard Order will be evaluated. For conditions that should together evaluate to OR (OR conditions). If your conditions for Copy Order do not return a default. For example. Selecting this button will take you to the Attribute Defaulting Rules window. THE DEFAULTING CONDITION TEMPLATES BUTTON (H) The Defaulting Condition Templates button enables you to define defaulting template and conditions for the application\entity combination displayed on the defaulting rules setup window. Note: If more than one defaulting condition is valid. and is non-updateable. . the conflict is resolved by internally ranking conditions using the Precedence value. defaulting takes place alphabetically. For example. Selecting this button will take you to the Defaulting Condition Validation Templates window. Defaulting conditions enable you to define conditions that can be used to dictate how and when an attribute is sourced and defaulted.
Select the priority Sequence in which you want to retrieve the default for this attribute. Select the defaulting source type. C B D E DEPENDENCIES . DEFAULT SOURCING RULES REGION Defaulting Sources A defaulting rule source is the location from which you obtain a defaulting value.The Always condition should be the last in this sequence as it would always evaluate to True and no other defaulting conditions would be evaluated. The defaulting source type determines data entry in the Default Source/Value field. Defaulting Sources include: 1 Same Record 2 Related Record 3 System Variable 4 Constant Value 5 Profile Option 6 PL/SQL API. The defaulting process searches for a default for your attribute by evaluating defaulting rules in ascending order.
the previous value would be retained instead of clearing the value. Within previous releases. In this release and within future releases. GENERATING DEFAULTING PACKAGES FOR RULES AND CONDITIONS To generate or update defaulting rules or defaulting conditions. The list of available Source Attribute and Dependent attributes is pre-defined. Dependencies can be established only among attributes on the same entity. REPORT There is a report in Order Management that lists the Defaulting Rules you have set up. as well as modified rules and conditions are not effective until the defaulting package for the attribute is successfully generated. This directory should be included in the UTL_FILE_DIR parameter for the database. the Salesperson for the Header entity will be cleared and defaulting rules re-applied. . a defaulting handler package is generated for each attribute on each entity. For example. either by the user or by the system. and it has parameters to allow you to limit the listing to a specific object (entity).Some attributes are dependent upon the value of other attributes on the same record. you must submit the Defaulting Generator concurrent program. Attributes affected are: 1 price list 2 salesperson 3 customer po number 4 order type. functionality for Defaulting Rules has been slightly modified. If an attribute is changed. If the Header Customer is changed. the old value was retained. attribute or condition.the Salesperson for the Header Entity is dependent on Header Customer. not across entities. Previous versions of Order Management allowed a change for certain attributes such that if re-defaulting did not determine a default for the dependent attribute. Profile Options OE_CONC_LOG_DIRECTORY The profile option OE_CONC_LOG_DIRECTORY determines the location where all the defaulting files are output when the concurrent program to re-generate defaulting packages is run. most attributes are available but some are not. The creation of new rules or conditions. Order Management will leave the field Salesperson NULL if a default is not available. if the new Customer entered does not have a value for Salesperson. The report is called Defaulting Rules Listing. Note: Since the initial release of Oracle Order Management. any attributes that are dependent on it will be cleared and then redefaulted. When you submit the Defaulting Generator concurrent program.
FUNCTION <<My Function>> ( p_database_object_name RETURN VARCHAR2 BEGIN <<My Code to get the Value>> RETURN <<l_value>> EXCEPTION WHEN OTHERS THEN IF OE_MSG_PUB. END.Add_Exc_Msg ( G_PKG_NAME . or the rule may not work as you expect. you can initially default the value from the Header to the Line. RAISE FND_API. In this case. Don’t provide value for the parameter attribute. When the Sequence in which the attributes within an entity are defaulted is changed. 5. HOW TO ADD PL/SQL API AS DEFAULTING SOURCE Create a function with the signature as described in the example below. 2. END IF. You cannot change seeded defaulting rules but you can disable the defaulting rule's condition 6. within the Lines Entity.G_MSG_LVL_UNEXP_ERROR) THEN OE_MSG_PUB. For example. The initial value will default.G_EXC_UNEXPECTED_ERROR. 4. we must run the defaulting generator concurrent program from Resquest->Submit (and not from Forms->Menu->Tools).p_attribute_code IN VARCHAR2) <<declare Local Variables>> . but if you change the PO the new value will not default automatically from the header to the line. you can default Purchase Order at the Header to Purchase Order at the Line when you first create a PO number. you cannot use the attribute Order Type because Order Type is a attribute within the Header Entity. If the Attribute name is the same on both the Order and the Line. You can’t default things from just anywhere. and the source relationship has to be pre-defined. '<<My Function>>' ).Check_Msg_Level (OE_MSG_PUB. For example.IMPORTANT NOTE 1. leave it NULL. Defaulting conditions created for an Entity must be based on attributes within that Entity. IS IN VARCHAR2 . The data type has to match that of the attribute you are defaulting. you need to ensure that the Attribute B is defaulted before A is defaulted. you might define a sourcing rule that says default attribute A on the line from attribute B on the same line. 3.
Rule Based Defaulting Framework 6. l_index := l_index + 1.Clear_Dependents. you have to do a little more. HLD . l_src_attr_tbl(l_index) := OE_HEADER_UTIL. add a sub-procedure <attribute> in PROCEDURE OE_<ENTITY>_Util.enabled_flag := 'Y'. Defaulting_tech_overview.Equal(p_x_header_rec.0. Adding a new Source Attribute: Add the following statement in OE_<ENTITY>_Util.pls If.p_old_header_rec.Rule Based Defaulting Framework 5. Defaulting_Tech_Toi.Using Defaulting Rules in Oracle Order Management 4.G_SHIPMENT_PRIORITY.shipment_priority_code . on the other hand.Clear_Dependent_Attr Eg. You also need to add a statement in the big IF loop in the main procedure OE_<ENTITY>_Util. you want to create a dependency for a source or a dependent attribute that is not listed in OEXEDEPB. Here the name of source attribute and the dependent attribute are those listed in OEXEDEPB. Defaulting_Demo. DLD .source_attribute := <Name of Source Attbiute> x_extn_dep_tbl(l_index).ppt .shipment_priority_code) THEN l_index := l_index + 1.pls). OM Suite Implementation Guide 3. So that the attribute is added to table IF NOT OE_GLOBALS.Clear_Dependents to call this new sub-procedure < attribute > REFERENCES 1.dependent_attribute := <Name of Dependent attribute> x_extn_dep_tbl(l_index). White Paper. OM User Guide 2.HOW TO ADD DEPENDENCY Add the following code in OEXEDEPB. END IF Adding a new Dependent Attribute: First.Add the following statement in OE_Header_Util.exe 7.pls.pls: x_extn_dep_tbl(l_index).exe 8.Clear_Dependent_Attr (file: OEXUHDRB. This sub procedure should set the Atribute to G_MISS.
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