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This is a very common scenario where you have to compare two dates in OA Framework.For example there is a start date and end date for an employee.Business scenario is start date should not be greater than the end date.To achieve this scenario in OA Framework you have to put the below code under Validate Entity method in your EOImpl.java since this is a cross attribute level validation.

Now let us see how we can develop the code for above said functionality.

 

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Applications that you want to integrate using Oracle BPEL or Oracle ESB are likely use different values to represent the same information. For example, one application might represent a state with the long name (California) while another application may represent the state with an abbreviation (CA). A domain-value map enables you to associate values from one application with values from another.

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Bank of Baroda
Project: Technology Enabled Business Transformation. This was to reach the bank's 25 million customers getting access to banking and financial services anytime, anywhere throughout the world via multiple delivery channels, from Internet banking to call centers, ATMs and transaction kiosks.
The infrastructure will allow the bank to realign the way in which it operates with its external and internal customers and business partners. An enterprise-wide service-oriented architecture was implemented including core banking, phone banking, Internet banking, delivery channel integration, risk and performance management, customer relationship management, data warehousing, global treasury, human resources management system, cheque truncation system and more.

 

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It is important to understand different integration components available within EBS to make informed decision about using one or more for your SOA integration project. Selecting one or more of them depends upon the requirements and the interaction pattern determined to be best fit for the service oriented architecture based integration. Following are the integration mechanisms available within e-Business suite.

Oracle XML Gateway:

E-Business Suite utilizes the Oracle Workflow Business Event System to support event-based XML message creation and consumption. It can consume events raised by the Oracle E-Business Suite and can subscribes to inbound events for processing. It can be leveraged for Business-to-Business (B2B) and Application-to-Application (A2A) integration scenarios. Majority of messages delivered with the Oracle E-Business Suite are mapped using the Open Application Group (OAG) standard.

Business Events:

The Oracle Workflow Business Event System is an application service that leverages the Oracle Advanced Queuing (AQ) infrastructure to communicate business events between systems. There are more than 1000 built in events with in EBS that can be leveraged for event-based integration of business processes.

Concurrent Programs:

A concurrent program is an instance of an execution file. Concurrent programs use a concurrent program executable to locate the correct execution file. Several concurrent programs may use the same execution file to perform their specific tasks, each having different parameter defaults.

Interface Tables:

Interface tables are intermediate tables into which the data is inserted first. Once the data gets inserted into the interface tables, the data is validated, and then transferred to the base tables. Base tables are real application tables that reside in the application database. The data that resides in the interface tables is transferred to the base tables using concurrent programs. Interface views provide a way to retrieve data from Oracle Applications. By using views, you can get synchronous data access to Oracle Applications.

PL/SQL APIs:

These are stored procedures that enable you to insert and update data in Oracle Applications. Oracle e-Commerce (EDI) Gateway: Oracle e-Commerce Gateway provides a common, standards-based approach for Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) integration between Oracle Applications and third party applications. It is the EDI integration enabler for Oracle Applications.

 

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Issue : Unable to create an entity object from R12 Jdev when you configure the Jdev for the first time.

Resolution :  As below

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