This chapter describes issues associated with Oracle Adapter for Oracle Applications (Oracle E-Business Suite Adapter) and the Oracle Fusion Middleware Adapter for Oracle Applications User's Guide. It includes the following topics:
For information about Oracle Enterprise Content Management Application Adapters, see Chapter 46, "Oracle ECM Application Adapters."
Note:The issues and workarounds listed here are those that were known at the time of the product's initial release to the public. Additional issues and workarounds may have been discovered since the initial release. To view the latest known issues associated with Oracle SOA Suite, BPM Suite, and related SOA technologies, go to the Oracle Technology Network (OTN) at:
This section describes general issues and workarounds. It includes the following topics:
Certain PL/SQL APIs exposed from Oracle E-Business Suite take record types as input. Such APIs expect default values to be populated for parameters within these record types for successful execution.
The default values are
FND_API.G_MISS_CHAR for characters,
FND_API.G_MISS_DATE for dates, and
FND_API.G_MISS_NUM for numbers. Adapter for Oracle Applications can default these values when the parameters within the record type are passed as nil values, as shown in the following example:
<PRICE_LIST_REC> <ATTRIBUTE1 xsi:nil="true"/> <ATTRIBUTE2 xsi:nil="true"/> <ATTRIBUTE3 xsi:nil="true"/> ... </PRICE_LIST_REC>
This can be achieved with the help of a function in a Transform activity, or by directly passing the XML input with nil values and then assigning them to the record types within an Assign activity.
When a user has a SOA composite of a PL/SQL API created against an Oracle E-Business Suite Release 11i instance and intends to use it against the Release 12 instance or vice versa, for the compatibility in the target instance, the wrapper package of the SOA composite must be recreated. This approach updates the signature in the generated wrapper SQL file for the target instance and avoids the possible confusion whether the signature is the same or has changed in the target instance.
There are no known configuration issues at this time.
This section describes documentation errata for Oracle Fusion Middleware Adapter for Oracle Applications User's Guide. It includes the following topics:
In the section "Support for Oracle Integration Repository" of Chapter 2 "Adapter for Oracle Applications Features", the last sentence of the first paragraph reads:
"These interfaces are exposed because their definitions were annotated at design time as required by Oracle Integration Repository."
This is incorrect and should be removed from the section.
In the section "General Issues and Workarounds" of Appendix B, Troubleshooting and Workarounds, the following bullet point reads:
One-time Workaround for Concurrent Programs and E-Commerce Gateway Interfaces
When working with Concurrent Programs and E-Commerce Gateway interfaces, you must perform the following workaround exactly once for a given E-Business Suite instance.
Note:This is to work around the known issue with the Adapter Configuration wizard being unable to preserve DEFAULT clauses for PL/SQL wrappers that it generates underneath the covers.
Load the following SQL file into the apps schema (using SQL*Plus) before launching the Adapter Configuration Wizard to create services for either Concurrent Programs or E-Commerce Gateway Interfaces.
Since Concurrent Programs and E-Commerce Gateway interfaces work fine without the need of loading SQL file, this one-time workaround needs to be removed.
In the section "Creating a Partner Link" of Chapter 5 "Using Business Events", the selection of schema definition for business event payload given in the example is updated with the following changes:
Schema definition selection is changed from 'Specify Schema' to 'No Schema' in the WFEvent Schema Definition window from the Adapter Configuration Wizard.
The detailed step-by-step instructions on how to specify schema location and element when the 'Specify Schema' option is chosen are therefore removed.
This is because APPS_WF_EVENT_T.xsd schema is for the overall business event rather than the schema for the event specific payload (such as "oracle.apps.po.event.xmlpo" event). Therefore, when the 'No Schema' or 'Any Schema' option is selected, there is no need to further specify the schema information for the selected business event.