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Oracle Configurator Fusion Configurator Engine Guide
Release 12.1
Part Number E14325-04
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Oracle Configurator Fusion Configurator Engine Guide

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Preface

Introduction to the Fusion Configurator Engine

Introduction
Key Features of the Fusion Configurator Engine
      Rules and the Fusion Configurator Engine
      Managing Component Instances at Runtime
      Auto-Complete Configuration
      Additional Features of the Fusion Configurator Engine

Preparing to Use the Fusion Configurator Engine

Upgrading Oracle Configurator to use the Fusion Configurator Engine
Configurator Preferences Page
Profile Options
Converting Existing Models to Use the Fusion Configurator Engine

Building a Configuration Model Using the Fusion Configurator Engine

Model Structure
      General Area of the Workbench
      Model References
      Properties
      Domain Ordering Setting
      Require End-User Input Setting
      Text Features
      Counted Option Features
      Totals and Resources
      Initial Values
      BOM Nodes
      BOM Model References
      Connectors
      Effectivity
Configuration Rules
      Logic States
      Rule Classes
      Compatibility Rules
      Accumulator Rules
      Configurator Extensions
      Fusion Configurator Engine and the Constraint Definition Language
      Rule Import for Fusion Configurator Engine Models
Creating and Editing a User Interface
      User Interface Master Templates
      User Interface Content Templates
      Control Templates
      Utility Templates
      Message Templates
      Button Bar Templates
      Other Templates
      Changes to Existing User Interface Content Templates
      Layout Regions
      User Interface Elements
      User Interface Actions
      Displaying a Processing Page at Runtime
      Runtime Icons and Images
      User Interface Definition
Unit Testing a Configuration Model Using the Model Debugger

Runtime Behavior of the Fusion Configurator Engine

Domain Display and Availability
Logic State Display
Runtime Configurator Flows and Behavior
      Auto-Complete Configuration
      Instance Management
      Finish Configuration
      Conflict Handling and Resolution
      Restoring a Completed Configuration

Configuration Attributes for Fusion Configurator Engine Models

About Configuration Attributes
Tasks for Adding Configuration Attributes to an FCE Model
Setting Up Descriptive Flexfields
Adding Attribute Features
Associating Attribute Features to Flexfield Segments
Associating BOM Nodes with Attribute Features
Defining the Configurator Extension Rule
Access to Configuration Attribute Data
Special Considerations
Maintaining the Configuration Attributes Setup
Using Configuration Attributes in the Downstream Application

CIO Emulation for the FCE

About CIO Emulation for the FCE
      Why CIO Emulation for the FCE Is Needed
      Intended Audience for CIO Emulation for the FCE
      Elements of CIO Emulation for the FCE
      Differences Between FCE and CIO Emulation
      Candidate Implementations for Rewriting
      Limitations of CIO Emulation for the FCE
Tasks for Implementing CIO Emulation for the FCE
      Requirements for Implementing CIO Emulation
Converting Source Files with Substitution
      What the Substitution Script Does
      Running the Script
      Syntax and Parameters
      Custom Substitution
      Output of the Script
      Errors from the Script
Compiling and Archiving Converted Files
Converting Configurator Extension Rules
Verifying Post-Conversion Behavior

Common Glossary for Oracle Configurator

Index