Finding Code Artifacts for Customization (Part 3)

This series of documents is intended to illustrate the options that we have to map UIs to code artifacts and to inspect their structure. In previous articles we covered the process for finding code artifacts for customizations using the Page Composer and finding ADFbc objects related to the page using (more...)

Installing and Configuring Standalone Web Logic Server Explained

Integrated WebLogic Server (WLS) is a server that is managed by JDeveloper. We can run applications directly from the JDeveloper to test and debug without needing to explicitly package or deploy the application as these tasks are automated. While most of the development testing can be done on Integrated WLS (more...)

Finding Code Artifacts for Customization (Part 2)

This series of blog posts is intended to illustrate the options that we have to map UIs to code artifacts to be used for customization projects. In the previous article we covered the process for finding code artifacts for customizations using the (more...)

Fusion Security (Part 1: Overview)

Introduction

There is a wealth of documentation regarding security implementation for Fusion Applications; this series of articles is intended to collate information from various sources. The goal is to provide a high level overview of the implementation and components involved.

In EBS (more...)

Finding Code Artifacts for Customization (Part 1)

Customizations to Fusion Applications may be implemented at runtime (RT) using composers or design time (DT) using JDeveloper. In the former case locating the code artifact to be customized is implicit; we are in the context of the code artifact when we invoke the composer. The latter is more complicated as we may not know the name of the page / region to be customized. While JDeveloper allows us to search the EAR archive based on the name of the object, we are not able to search based on the content of the file (other than on the operating system (more...)