|Oracle® Fusion Applications Developer's Guide
11g Release 6 (11.1.6)
Part Number E15524-11
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The following topics introduce the new and changed features of the Oracle Fusion Applications Developer's Guide 11g Release 6 (11.1.6) and other significant changes that are described in this guide, and provides pointers to additional information.
The Oracle Fusion Applications Developer's Guide Release 6 (11.1.6) includes the following new and changed features for this document.
Web Service APIs for Trees. See Section 19.13.2, "How to Use TreeService."
Unique keys for multiple-row extensible flexfield contexts, which developers enable by configuring alternative keys for flexfield entity objects. See Section 220.127.116.11, "Creating and Configuring an Entity Object from the Base Extension Table" and Section 18.104.22.168, "Creating and Configuring an Entity Object from the Translation Extension Table."
Web service accessibility for extensible flexfields. See Section 23.11, "Making Extensible Flexfields Available to Web Services."
For Release 6 (11.1.6), this guide has been updated in several ways. Following are the sections that have been added or changed.
Some content from Chapter 24, "Using Key Flexfields" was moved to Chapter 25, "Using the Advanced Features of Key Flexfields."
Section 26.2, "Deploying and Running the Flexfield Configuration User Interface" was added to describe how to deploy and run a flexfield configuration user interface to create segments for testing a flexfield in Integrated WebLogic Server.
The Oracle Fusion Applications Developer's Guide Release 5 (11.1.5) included the following new and changed features for this document.
New section added to describe service data object (SDO) attribute types. See Section 22.214.171.124, "SDO Attributes."
New section added to describe how to include developer key attributes for foreign keys. See Section 126.96.36.199, "Defining a List of Values (LOV) to Resolve Foreign Key ID."
New section added to describe how to use flexfields as extension points. See Section 5.3.4, "How to Expose Flexfields."
New section added to describe the policies required to enable security on a service. See Section 5.3.5, "How to Enable Security."
New section added to describe how the Java Transaction API is used to handle ADF Business Components transactions. See Section 5.3.6, "Using the Java Transaction API."
New section added to describe how to deploy a service to an integrated or standalone Oracle WebLogic Server service. See Section 5.3.7, "Deploying Services."
New section added to describe how to test a service after it has been deployed. See Section 5.3.8, "Testing Services."
New section added to describe how to invoke a synchronous service from a Java client, including an ADF Business Components component, UI, or Oracle Enterprise Scheduler using Service Factory. See Section 188.8.131.52, "Using Service Factory."
New section added to describe the Flattening APIs. These APIs allow you to perform flattening operations by executing WLST commands. See Section 19.14.5, "Using WLST Commands for Flattening."
New section added to describe the WLST Command Report and XML Reports , which are generated when any of the WLST commands are executed. See Section 19.14.6, "Understanding XML Report Formats for WLST Commands."
Section revised to describe the need to register the view of the extensible flexfield's translation extension table as a database resource, instead of registering the translation extension table itself, to enable implementors to specify and manage access privileges for context attributes. See Section 23.4, "Registering Extension Tables as Secured Objects."
Section revised to describe how to override the
EffCategoryPagesBean.java class if your application uses a different method for associating an extensible flexfield's extension table rows with product table rows. See Section 184.108.40.206.4, "How to Customize the Page Task Flow."