21 October, 2013

OAF : Trace OAF Pages

To enable diagnostic for specific user set Profile Option FND: Diagnostics to YES
See this article about profile option

Now login at application, you will find in global buttons "Diagnostics" link, click it.
Enter the follwing
Diagnostic: Show Log on Screen
Log Level : Statement (1)
Module : %

Now Click go button

Now when opening any page at application you will find trace at button of page.


16 October, 2013

OAF : Programatically Add Region to OA Page

Sometimes in OAF, you want to add a region to OA Page.

For example i had a requirement to add employee summary region to another page.
Employee Summary Page exists at MDS at this path "/oracle/apps/per/selfservice/common/webui/AsgSummaryRN".

Application module that is used with this region is "oracle.apps.per.selfservice.common.server.SummaryAM"

I wrote the following code to add this page to another page at controller of OA page

ipublic void processRequest(OAPageContext pageContext, OAWebBean webBean) {
 super.processRequest(pageContext, webBean);
 OATableLayoutBean empSummaryBeean = 
             "AsgSummaryRN", true);
 webBean.addIndexedChild(0, empSummaryBeean);


14 October, 2013

OAF : Configure Jdeveloper for OAF

Developers use specific version of Jdeveloper to extend or customize OAF pages.
Each Oracle OAF framework has specific version of Jdeveloper used with it.

Before configuring jdeveloper you must know current OAF version used by Oracle EBS.
To get OAF version used by your instance, login at application and click "About this page" link on the left button of OA page and select "Technology Components" tab.

After knowing your OAF framework version , login at Oracle Support and open Note ID: ID 787209.1 - How to find the correct version of JDeveloper to use with eBusiness Suite 11i or Release 12.

Download correct Jdeveloper patch and extract anywhere at your machine.

Follow the following steps to configure Jdeveloper

1- Specify Path of jdeveloper
Right click on My Computer, select Properties, click System Properties, Select Advanced tab , Click Environment Variables as given below screen shot
Variable name : JDEV_USER_HOME

Variable value : <>

2- Download DBC file
Download dbc file for this path $FND_TOP/secure at application server to local machine folder <>\dbc_files\secure

3- Create Database Connection
Open jdeveloper.exe from jdevbin folder
Select Connection Navigator, right click on Database and select New Database Connection

 In step1write Connection Name and choose Oracle(JDBC) at Connection Type

In step2 fill user name and password and deselect Deploy Password

In step3 fill connection details

In step4 you can click test connection

4- Project Properties
After creating workspace and project, click right click on project and select Project Properties

Select Business Compoenent in left pane, select from drop list your connection

Select  Oracle Applications > Runtime Connection  
Fille the following
DBC File Name : path of dbc file that was downloaded at previous step
User Name : application user name
Password : application user name password

Application Short Name : Enter short name of the responsibility that when running page in Jdeveloper local will run under this responsibility
Responsibility Key : Key of responsibility.


11 October, 2013

OAF : Disable Global Buttons in Page

I write snippet code to disable global buttons in OAF page.
You can add the following code to Controller class of the page that you want to disable global buttons inside it.

    public void processRequest(OAPageContext pageContext, OAWebBean webBean) {
        super.processRequest(pageContext, webBean);

        OAPageLayoutBean pageLayoutBean = 

        OAGlobalButtonBarBean globalButtonsBean = 


09 October, 2013

Route HTTP to HTTPS in HttpClient

I published before an article about JAVA : Get html Page Source through Website URL that HttpClient was used to send Get method and get Response.

Sometime developer want to route Http to Https when invoking Urls.
So You can use WebClientWrapper.wrapClient to do this issue.

import java.security.cert.CertificateException;
import java.security.cert.X509Certificate;

import javax.net.ssl.SSLContext;
import javax.net.ssl.TrustManager;
import javax.net.ssl.X509TrustManager;

import org.apache.http.client.HttpClient;
import org.apache.http.conn.ClientConnectionManager;
import org.apache.http.conn.scheme.Scheme;
import org.apache.http.conn.scheme.SchemeRegistry;
import org.apache.http.conn.ssl.SSLSocketFactory;
import org.apache.http.impl.client.DefaultHttpClient;

public class WebClientWrapper {
    public static HttpClient wrapClient(HttpClient base) {
        try {
            SSLContext ctx = SSLContext.getInstance("TLS");
            X509TrustManager tm = new X509TrustManager() {

                public void checkClientTrusted(X509Certificate[] xcs,
                                               String string) throws CertificateException {

                public void checkServerTrusted(X509Certificate[] xcs,
                                               String string) throws CertificateException {

                public X509Certificate[] getAcceptedIssuers() {
                    return null;
            ctx.init(null, new TrustManager[] { tm }, null);
            SSLSocketFactory ssf = new SSLSocketFactory(ctx);
            ClientConnectionManager ccm = base.getConnectionManager();
            SchemeRegistry sr = ccm.getSchemeRegistry();
            sr.register(new Scheme("https", ssf, 443));
            return new DefaultHttpClient(ccm, base.getParams());
        } catch (Exception ex) {
            return null;


04 October, 2013

JAVA : Get html Page Source through Website URL

To get source code of website page you can use HttpClient ,I will  send GET method and then get response.
The response has content of website URL.

I used Apache HttpClient package to implement this task.

In this Class I used  getStringFromInputStream method that was I was posted before in Convert InputStream to String.

here you can find Class do this task
Note I use static method WebClientDevWrapper.wrapClient, you can find its code in the article Route HTTP to HTTPS in HttpClient

import java.io.BufferedReader;
import java.io.IOException;
import java.io.InputStream;
import java.io.InputStreamReader;

import org.apache.http.HttpEntity;
import org.apache.http.HttpResponse;
import org.apache.http.client.methods.HttpGet;
import org.apache.http.client.HttpClient;
import org.apache.http.impl.client.DefaultHttpClient;

public class WebsiteSource {
    public static String getSource(String url) throws Exception {
        String retValue = "";
        HttpClient httpclient = new DefaultHttpClient();
        try {
            HttpGet httpget = new HttpGet(url);

            // Execute HTTP request
            HttpResponse response = httpclient.execute(httpget);

            //Get status : Response Ok will be HTTP/1.1 200 OK

            // Get hold of the response entity
            HttpEntity entity = response.getEntity();
            if (entity != null) {
                InputStream instream = entity.getContent();
                try {
                    retValue =

                } catch (RuntimeException ex) {
                    throw ex;
                } finally {
                    // Closing the input stream will trigger connection release
                    try {
                    } catch (Exception e) {

        } finally {
        return retValue;

    private static String getStringFromInputStream(InputStream is) {

        BufferedReader br = null;
        StringBuilder sb = new StringBuilder();

        String line;
        try {

            br = new BufferedReader(new InputStreamReader(is));
            while ((line = br.readLine()) != null) {

        } catch (IOException e) {
        } finally {
            if (br != null) {
                try {
                } catch (IOException e) {

        return sb.toString();


    public static void main(String[] args) {

        try {
            String content =
        } catch (Exception e) {


30 September, 2013

JAVA : Convert InputStream to String

You can use the following snippet to convert InputStream to String
    private static String getStringFromInputStream(InputStream is) {
        BufferedReader br = null;
        StringBuilder sb = new StringBuilder();

        String line;
        try {
            br = new BufferedReader(new InputStreamReader(is));
            while ((line = br.readLine()) != null) {
        } catch (IOException e) {
        } finally {
            if (br != null) {
                try {
                } catch (IOException e) {
        return sb.toString();


25 September, 2013

OAF Overview

This post will explains some terminologies that is used in Oracle Application Framework (OAF).

Entity Object - business component entity objects maps to database table or view that allow DML operations and that used to cache data result set and perform validation before post changes to database. 

Association Object - business component association objects implement the relationships between different entity objects and can mapped to database referential integrity constraint or non existing referential integrity constraint and this case constrain will be validated in OAF but not in database.

View Object - business component view objects are used to display data in UI pages and it can be based on
1- Entity Object or many entity objects and this case it supports DML operations.
2- SQL queries  : that's doesn't support DML operations
3- Static : Programmer create structure of view object attributes and can add static data also.
4- Programmatic : Programmer write code at runtime to get dynamic data of view object.

View Link - Establishes a master/detail relationship between different view objects and can be in more depth master/detail/detail/....

Validation View Object - A view object created exclusively for the purpose of performing light-weight SQL validation on behalf of entity objects or their experts.

Application Module - An application module is a container for related BC4J objects. The AM is connected to the database, and is responsible for the commit and rollback of a transaction.

Validation Application Module - An application module created exclusively for the purpose of grouping and providing transaction context to related validation view objects. Typically, a standalone entity object or the top-level entity object in a composition would have an associated validation application module.

Root Application Module - Each pageLayout region in an OA Framework application is associated with a "root" application module which groups related services and establishes the transaction context.

This transaction context can be shared by multiple pages if they all reference the same root application module, and instruct the framework to retain this application module (not return it to the pool) when navigating from page to page within the transaction task.

Entity Expert - A special singleton class registered with an entity object (EO) that performs operations on behalf of the EO.

Controller - The controller is the java code in charge of loading a page when we call it. It is also in charge of handling an event on a page, like a click on a button, or the call of a List Of Values.

Attribute Set - Bundles of region or item properties that can be reused either as is or with modifications. For example, all buttons sharing the same attribute set would have the same label and Alt text. 


23 September, 2013

ADF : Working with ViewCriteria

View Criteria's are additional where clause added at runtime to base View Object Query.

 Programmer can create view criteria declaratively or programatically.

1. Create View Criteria Declaratively Open View Object in Edit and in "Query" tab you can click "+" add pencil to create new view criteria

2. Control View Criteria Programatically.

 a- Get View Criteria from View Criteria manager within View Object and then apply it  
ViewCriteria applyVC = myViewObject.getViewCriteria("MyViewCriteriaName");

b- Applying Multiple view Criteria's

When multiple view criteria's are applied to the view object, the view criterias gets appended or replaced depending upon the way you use applyViewCriteria API
Replacing Existing view criteria's :

myViewObject.applyViewCriteria(applyVC) or

will erase all previously applied view criterias and apply the current view criteria only.
Appending to the Existing view criteria:

myViewObject.applyViewCriteria(applyVC, true) 

 Will append this view criteria to the existing view criteria(s) which is applied already.

c- Unapplying && Removing View Criteria

Unapply the view criteria if it is applied. The view criteria will still remain in View Criteria Manager (which means you can't apply this view criteria whenever you require in the future).
Removes the view criteria from View Criteria Manager. If it is applied it is first unapplied and then removed. (which means you cant apply this View Criteria to the view object next time in the future.).

For example the below code returns null after removeViewCriteria has been applied.
ViewCriteria applyVC = myViewObject.getViewCriteria("

Unapplies and removes all view criteria, both applied and unapplied from View Criteria Manager. Which means that you can't apply any View Criteria against View Object.
For example the below code returns null after clearViewCriterias() has been applied.
ViewCriteria applyVC = myViewObject.getViewCriteria("
The above statement unapplies all existing View Criterias and not remove it.

myViewObject.setNamedWhereClauseParam("MyParameter", "myValue)
The above statement set Named Parameter Value. It set the value of "MyParameter" to "myValue".

I post in previous post about  ADF : Change View Criteria Columns at Runtime


16 September, 2013

Random Numbers in Java

Previously I posted  about Generate Random Passwords in Oracle that was using PLSQL.
Today I will post about java randoms.

Java provides two classes to generate random numbers: Random and SecureRandom.
Random is faster than SecureRandom, but it uses a 48 bits seeds which is not enough for the long type.
Moreover, it is not 'random enough' for cryptography. SecureRandom, is slower than Random, but can be used for cryptography.

The following code example shows how to generate a random number within a range for int, long, float and double.

Note rangeStart , rangeEnd is range period of generated numbers .

        int rangeStart = 50;
        int rangeEnd = 100;

        SecureRandom secRandom = new SecureRandom();
        int inclusive = rangeEnd - rangeStart + 1;
        int exclusive = rangeEnd - rangeStart;

        int randomIntInclusive = secRandom.nextInt(inclusive) + rangeStart;
        int randomIntExclusive = secRandom.nextInt(exclusive) + rangeStart;

        System.out.println("randomIntInclusive : " + randomIntInclusive);
        System.out.println("randomIntExclusive : " + randomIntExclusive);

        long randomLongInclusive =
            (secRandom.nextLong() % inclusive) + rangeStart;
        long randomLongExclusive =
            (secRandom.nextLong() % exclusive) + rangeStart;

        System.out.println("randomLongInclusive : " + randomLongInclusive);
        System.out.println("randomLongExclusive : " + randomLongExclusive);

        float randomFloat = (secRandom.nextFloat() * exclusive) + rangeStart;
        System.out.println("randomFloat : " + randomFloat);

        double randomDouble =
            (secRandom.nextDouble() * exclusive) + rangeStart;
        System.out.println("randomDouble : " + randomDouble);

The output will be
randomIntInclusive : 60
randomIntExclusive : 73
randomLongInclusive : 11
randomLongExclusive : 63
randomFloat : 65.19333
randomDouble : 84.14220368726888


12 September, 2013

Close Resources in Java

In java when using any resources like Files, Streams, Database Connection and DataSets etc .... , you must close resources at end of processing at your code.

For Example : Streams 

        File f = new File("myFile.txt");
        FileOutputStream fos = null;
        try {
            fos = new FileOutputStream(f);
            // Do something...
        } catch (FileNotFoundException ex) {
            // Display error message
        } finally {
            // Closing resource
            if (fos != null) {
                try {
                } catch (IOException ex) {
                    //Here , Hide Exception

All previous code in Blue color are used to close resources.
So to save time and make code more readability you can use IOUtils Appache packages  to close resources quietly

For Example : Database Statement

   DBTransaction txn = this.getDBTransaction();
        String sqlStmt =
            "Begin plsqlCode; END;";
        CallableStatement callStmt =
            txn.createCallableStatement(sqlStmt, DBTransaction.DEFAULT);
        try {
             //Write your code here to work with CallableStatement 
        } catch (SQLException e) {
             //Handle SQL Exception
        }finally {
            // Closing resource
            if (callStmt != null) {
                try {
                    callStmt .close();
                } catch (SQLException ex) {
                    //Here , Hide Exception

All previous code in Blue color are used to close resources.
So to save time and make code more readability you can use DBUtils Appache packages  to close resources quietly

   DbUtils.closeQuietly(callStmt );


08 September, 2013

Run JavaScript from Native Java

I wrote in previous post Execute Javascript code from Java Code how to execute java script in Oracle ADF.
But in this post I will explain how to call Javascript from native Java.

The following code snippets will illustrate how to evaluate Javascript code and invoke functions and get return value.

import javax.script.Invocable;
import javax.script.ScriptEngine;
import javax.script.ScriptEngineManager;
import javax.script.ScriptException;

public class CallJavaScript {
    public static void callJsCode(String jsCode) throws ScriptException,
                                                        NoSuchMethodException {

        // Retrieving the Javascript engine
        ScriptEngine se =
            new ScriptEngineManager().getEngineByName("javascript");
        try {
        } catch (ScriptException e) {

        try {
            Invocable jsinvoke = (Invocable)se;
            System.out.println("myFunction(2) returns: " +
                               jsinvoke.invokeFunction("myFunction", 2, 4));
        } catch (ScriptException e) {
        } catch (NoSuchMethodException e) {


Then You can call this code using for example
       try {
            String jsCode =
                "function myFunction(x,y){return x+y;}";
        } catch (ScriptException e) {
        } catch (NoSuchMethodException e) {

The output of previous code will be

myFunction(2) returns: 6.0


05 September, 2013

Iterate Through Java Map

There are multiple ways to iterate through a Java Map.

Assuming the following map declaration:
Map mapObj = new HashMap();

//Use Iterator [Generic]
Iterator> iter= mapObj.entrySet().iterator();
while ( iter.hasNext() ) {
    Entry item = iterator.next();
    System.out.println(item.getKey() + " - " + item.getValue());

//User Iterator [Without Generic]
Iterator iter= mapObj.entrySet().iterator();
while ( iterator2.hasNext() ) {
    Entry item = (Entry) iterator.next();
    System.out.println(item.getKey() + " - " + item.getValue());

// Use For Each [Generic]
for ( Entry item : mapObj.entrySet() ) {
    System.out.println(item.getKey()+ " - " + item.getValue());

// Use For Each [Without Generic]
for ( Entry item : mapObj.entrySet() ) {
    System.out.println(item.getKey()+ " - " + item.getValue());

//Fetch Value using Key
for ( String key : mapObj.keySet() ) {
    System.out.println(key + " - " + mapObj.get(key));

// Loop through Keys only
for ( String key : mapObj.keySet() ) {

// Loop through Values only
for ( Object value : mapObj.values() ) {


21 August, 2013

ADF : Change View Criteria Columns at Runtime

When creating view criteria related to view object, then all querable attributes are displayed in view criteria by default.
So I want to change the properties of this attributes at run time pragmatically to display or hide specific attributes in view criteria.

I developed the following method for this purpose, You can add this method to ViewObjectImpl class.

I pass attribute name and a Boolean value to determine display in view criteria or no.

 public void setQuerable(String attributeName, Boolean isQuerable) {  
     int indx = this.getAttributeIndexOf(attributeName);  
     ViewAttributeDefImpl attr = (ViewAttributeDefImpl)this.getAttributeDef(indx);  


20 August, 2013

Uncommitted data warning

If you are working entry data page and some feilds has been changed and you moved to another page, data still in cache but not posted or commited.

So to show warning of unsaved data before moving to another page you can do this by setting "Uncommitted data warning" property of af:document to "true". Then whenever user change data and  move out of current page or close the browser, it will display a warning of unsaved data

11 May, 2013

Set Sequence Number by Groovy Expression

Before I posted how to set Sequence Number using Code Get Sequence Next Value in ADF

Today I will illustrate how to set sequence number using groovy language.
You can do it by setting default value expression at primary key 

(new oracle.jbo.server.SequenceImpl("My_seq_name",adf.object.getDBTransaction())).getSequenceNumber()


07 May, 2013

OAF : Bounce Appache Server

Connect to server using putty and execute the following commands

1- Enter commands folder

2- execute the following commands to stop Apache
adapcctl.sh stop
adoacorectl.sh stop

3- Execute the following commands to start Apache
adapcctl.sh start
adoacorectl.sh start


03 May, 2013

Compare JBO Date Programatically

To compare two jbo date programatically, l convert jbo date to sql date and then compare sql dates

oracle.jbo.domain.Date jboDate1 = new oracle.jbo.domain.Date();
oracle.jbo.domain.Date jboDate2 = new oracle.jbo.domain.Date();

java.sql.Date sqlDate1 =jboDate1.dateValue();
java.sql.Date sqlDate2 =jboDate2.dateValue(); 

//Compare sql Date
if (sqlDate1.before(sqlDate2 )) {     
  //Write Your Code


30 April, 2013

Get All PLSQL Errors

I developed a function to get all PLSQL errors in schema.
This function should be used after calling program units so that can get PLSQL errors and you can use for logging and tracing.

Function Code


      ORDER BY 1, 2;

      LC$RETVALUE := SUBSTR (LC$RETVALUE || IN_LINE || CHR (10), 1, 4000);

      ADD_LINE (
         RPAD ('-', LENGTH (LREC$ERRORS.NAME || LREC$ERRORS.TYPE) + 1, '-'));

                 FROM USER_ERRORS
             ORDER BY SEQUENCE)
         ADD_LINE (
               LPAD (LREC$ERROR_DET.LINE, 4)
            || ' '
            || LPAD (LREC$ERROR_DET.POSITION, 3)
            || ' '
            || LREC$ERROR_DET.TEXT);
      END LOOP;

      ADD_LINE ('*******************' || CHR (10));

      LC$RETVALUE := SUBSTR (LC$RETVALUE, 1, 3996) || CHR (10) || '...';
   END IF;


24 April, 2013

OAF : Get Current Row in Table

Sometimes you want to get current row in table. To apply this you can use the following code in controller and write it inside processFormRequest method.

     public void processFormRequest(OAPageContext pageContext, 
                                   OAWebBean webBean) {
        super.processFormRequest(pageContext, webBean);
        //Get application Module
        OAApplicationModule am = pageContext.getApplicationModule(webBean);
        //Get Row Refrence
        String rowReference = 
        //Get current Row using Row Reference    
        OARow currRow = (OARow)am.findRowByRef(rowReference);
        //Get attribute value from current row
        String attrValue = (String)currRow.getAttribute("AttrName");


01 April, 2013

Oracle OAF MDS Repository

MDS repository stores all pages and regions used in OAF pages and contain personalization and extensions.

All MDS data stores in the following 4 tables.
1. JDR_PATHS: Stores the path of the documents, OA Framework pages and their parent child relationship.
2. JDR_COMPONENTS: Stores components on documents and OA Framework pages.
3. JDR_ATTRIBUTES: Stores attributes of components on documents and OA Framework pages.
4. JDR_ATTRIBUTES_TRANS: Stores translated attribute values of document components or OA framework pages.

JDR_UTILS PL/SQL package supports the MDS repository and can be used to query and maintain the repository.


29 March, 2013

Start Weblogic without user and password

When you want to launch your weblogic server at production, you need to use the startWeblogic.sh in your bin folder.

But each time it's launched it's asking you to authenticate yourself by typing a user and password. It's a problem when you want to automate the execution of your server...

To avoid this problem all you need to do is creating a file named "boot.properties" and insert into the two following lines :

this file must be placed in each server security folder : $WLS_HOME/user_projects/domains/<domainName/servers/<serverName>/security

Then, start server, it shouldn't ask you for anythin, then reopen your boot.properties file, password and username should be automatically encrypted !

25 March, 2013

Avoid java out of memory with Weblogic

This is common exception always exists if you install weblogic and doesn't extend memory arguments in server.

The file "setDomainEnv.sh" in $WLS_HOME/user_projects/domains/<domainName>/bin/ has configuration of domain.

If you edit this file it will have the following default values.
MEM_ARGS="-Xms256m -Xmx512m"
export MEM_ARGS

you should modify the MEM_ARGS java memory value depending of your server, here is the suggested to increase.
MEM_ARGS="-Xms2024m -Xmx3036m"
export MEM_ARGS

Note : choosing the values depend on you server hardware.


20 March, 2013

Oracle OAF Profile Option

Oracle OAF has some important profile options which is useful in extension or personalization.
I will list it below and write breif about every profile option.

1- FND_Diagnostics
Setting this profile option to YES, will add anew link "Diagnostics" at top right on page, that allow developer to trace logs.

To add log when coding use the following code in Controller or Application Module
In Controller write this code:-
pageContext.writeDiagnostics(this, "Phrase will be added to logs", 1);

In Application Module write this code
getOADBTransaction().writeDiagnostics(this, "Phrase will be added to logs", 1);

2- Personalize Self-Service Defn
 Set this profile to Yes to allow personalization. 

3- FND: Personalization Region Link Enabled :
Set this profile to  Yes  show "Personalize  Region" links above each  region in a page.

4- Disable Self-Service Personalization
Yes will disable all personalization at any level.

5- FND: Personalization Document Root Path
Set this profile option to a directory at application server machine which will contain import/export personalization files.


08 March, 2013

Redirect to ParentAction Programatically

In your task flow you can redirect parent action programatically using the following method.
public void redirectToParentAction(String parentAction) {
        ControllerContext ctrlCtx = ControllerContext.getInstance();
        ViewPortContextImpl portImpl = (ViewPortContextImpl)ctrlCtx.getCurrentViewPort();
        ParentActionEvent parentEvent = new ParentActionEvent(parentAction, true);


04 March, 2013

Generate View URL in ADF

The following  getUrl method generates URL for you view in ADF application.
You pass servlet name and view id, I also overloaded getUrl method for making default servlet name as "faces".

   public static FacesContext getFacesContext() {  
     return FacesContext.getCurrentInstance();  
   public static ExternalContext getExternalContext() {  
     return getFacesContext().getExternalContext();  
   public static String getURL(String servletName, String viewId) {  
     HttpServletRequest request = (HttpServletRequest)getExternalContext().getRequest();  
     String requestUrl = request.getRequestURL().toString();  
     StringBuilder newUrl = new StringBuilder();  
     newUrl.append(requestUrl.substring(0, requestUrl.lastIndexOf(servletName)));  
     newUrl.append(viewId.startsWith("/") ? viewId : "/" + viewId);  
     return newUrl.toString();  
   public static String getURL(String viewId) {  
     return getURL("faces", viewId);  

Import the following Classes

 import javax.faces.context.ExternalContext;  
 import javax.faces.context.FacesContext;  
 import javax.servlet.http.HttpServletRequest;  


31 January, 2013

Hijrah Date in Oracle Database

Some Arabic countries use Hijrah calendar specially in Saudi Arabia.
So today I will post about Hijrah Date and how to convert between different calendars.

The main notes in this post
1-NLS Calendars in Oracle Database
2-Convert Georgian calendar to Hijrah calendar
3-Convert Hijrah Calendar to Georgian
4-Fix deviations between calendars
5-How to create lexical file for the deviation

15 January, 2013

Get Oracle Home & Oracle SID from PLSQL

The below script gets Oracle Home and Oracle SID from PL/SQL

   -- Oracle Home  
   -- Oracle SID  


ADF : Scope Variables

Oracle ADF uses many variables and each variable has a scope. There are five scopes in ADF (Application, Request, Session, View and PageFl...