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Database, 10g Release 1 (10.1)

Apache suEXEC Support

Before we begin.managing setuid root programs and the security issues they present, we highly recommend that you not consider using suEXEC. BACK TO CONTENTS Before we begin.

Release 1.8, 10g Release 1 (10.1)

Defining and Controlling Transactions

How to Begin and End Transactionsbegin and end transactions use the COMMIT statement to make transactions permanent use the … chapter, see the Oracle7 Server SQL Reference. How to Begin and End Transactions You begin a transaction

Pro*C/C++ Programmer's Guide, 10g Release 1 (10.1)

3 Database Concepts

3.5 How to Begin and End TransactionsYou begin a transaction with the first executable SQL statement (other than CONNECT) in your

User's Guide, 10g Release 1 (10.1)

Viewing Notifications from the Personal Worklist (Oracle Workflow User's Guide)

Viewing Notifications from the Personal WorklistNote: The Personal Worklist is currently available only for the version of Oracle Workflow embedded in Oracle Applications. Before you can access the Personal Worklist, your system administrator must add it to the menu for an Oracle Applications responsibility that is assigned to you. See: Adding Worklist Functions to User Responsibilities, Oracle Workflow Administrator's Guide. The Personal Worklist

API Reference, 10g Release 1 (10.1)

Mapping Between WF_EVENT_T and SYS.AQ$_JMS_TEXT_MESSAGE (Oracle Workflow API Reference)

Mapping Between WF_EVENT_T and SYS.AQ$_JMS_TEXT_MESSAGESkip Headers Oracle Workflow API Reference Release 2.6.3 Part Number B10286-02 Previous Next       Contents Index Glossary          Previous  Next          Contents  Index  Glossary Mapping Between WF_EVENT_T and SYS.AQ$_JMS_TEXT_MESSAGE Java Message Service (JMS) is a messaging standard defined by Sun Microsystems, Oracle, IBM, and other vendors. JMS is a set of interfaces and associated semantics

Developer's Guide, 10g Release 1 (10.1)

Creating a Shortcut Icon for a Workflow Process (Oracle Workflow Developer's Guide)

Creating a Shortcut Icon for a Workflow ProcessYou can create a shortcut to Oracle Workflow Builder on your Windows desktop. The shortcut can start Oracle Workflow Builder by automatically connecting to a designated data store and opening specific Process windows from that data store.     To Create an Oracle Workflow Builder Shortcut 1. Start Oracle Workflow Builder. 2. Choose Open from the File menu to open a data store. 3. Optionally expand

Developer's Guide, 10g Release 1 (10.1)

"To Add Nodes to a Workflow Process (Oracle Workflow Developer's Guide)

To Add Nodes to a Workflow Process1. To begin drawing a process diagram, you must first display the Process window for your process

Developer's Guide, 10g Release 1 (10.1)

Events (Oracle Workflow Developer's Guide)

EventsA business event is an occurrence in an internet or intranet application or program that might be significant to other objects in a system or to external agents. For instance, the creation of a purchase order is an example of a business event in a purchasing application. You can define your significant events in the Event Manager.

Administrator's Guide, 10g Release 1 (10.1)

Wfchita.sql (Oracle Workflow Administrator's Guide)

Wfchita.sqlUse wfchita.sql to change the internal name of an item attribute and update all references to the item attribute. See: Change the internal name of a workflow object. Use the script as follows: sqlplus @wfchita Replace with the item type that the item attribute you wish to update is associated with, replace with the current internal name of the item attribute, and replace with the new internal

Administrator's Guide, 10g Release 1 (10.1)

Wfchluc.sql (Oracle Workflow Administrator's Guide)

Wfchluc.sqlUse wfchluc.sql to change the internal name of a lookup code and update all references to the lookup code. See: Change the internal name of a workflow object. Use the script as follows: sqlplus @wfchluc Replace with the lookup type of the lookup code you wish to update, replace with the current internal name of the lookup code, and replace with the new internal name of the lookup code.    

Administrator's Guide, 10g Release 1 (10.1)

Miscellaneous SQL Scripts (Oracle Workflow Administrator's Guide)

Miscellaneous SQL ScriptsYou can use any of the following administrative scripts to help set up and maintain various features in Oracle Workflow. For the standalone version of Oracle Workflow, the scripts are located on your server in the Oracle Workflow admin/sql subdirectory. For the version of Oracle Workflow embedded in Oracle Applications, the scripts are located in the sql subdirectory under $FND_TOP. Update translation

Administrator's Guide, 10g Release 1 (10.1)

Wfrmitt.sql (Oracle Workflow Administrator's Guide)

Wfrmitt.sqlUse wfrmitt.sql to delete all data in all Oracle Workflow design time and runtime tables for a particular item type. This script prompts you for an item type from a list of valid item types. Use the script as follows: sqlplus @wfrmitt Warning: This script deletes ALL workflow data for a specified item type.           Previous   Next           Contents   Index   Glossary Copyright © 2003 Oracle Corporation.

Administrator's Guide, 10g Release 1 (10.1)

Setup Steps (Oracle Workflow Administrator's Guide)

Setup StepsStep 1 Partitioning Workflow Tables

Developer's Guide, 10g Release 1 (10.1)

H Oracle XML DB-Supplied XML Schemas and Additional Examples

H Oracle XML DB-Supplied XML Schemas and Additional Examples*) errhp)) { printf("FAILED: OCIAttrSet() on authp for password\n"); return OCI_ERROR; } /* Begin a

Developer's Guide, 10g Release 1 (10.1)

Persistence Type (Oracle Workflow Developer's Guide)

Persistence TypeWhen you define an item type, you must also specify its persistence type. The persistence type controls how long a status audit trail is maintained for each instance of the item type. If you set Persistence to Permanent, the runtime status information is maintained indefinitely until you specifically purge the information by calling the procedure WF_PURGE.TotalPerm( ). If you set an item type's Persistence

Developer's Guide, 10g Release 1 (10.1)

Send and Respond Message Attributes (Oracle Workflow Developer's Guide)

Send and Respond Message AttributesOnce you create a message, you can define as many message attributes as necessary for that message. Message attributes are listed beneath a message in the navigator tree.

Developer's Guide, 10g Release 1 (10.1)

Role Resolution Activity (Oracle Workflow Developer's Guide)

Role Resolution ActivityThe Role Resolution activity lets you identify a single user from a role comprised of multiple users. In a process diagram, place the Role Resolution activity in front of a notification activity and specify the performer of that notification activity to be a role consisting of several users. The Role Resolution activity selects a single user from that role and assigns the notification activity to

Developer's Guide, 10g Release 1 (10.1)

Oracle Workflow Developer Navigation Paths (Oracle Workflow Developer's Guide)

Oracle Workflow Developer Navigation PathsThis table shows the navigation paths to Oracle Workflow developer web pages in the seeded Oracle Workflow responsibilities for Oracle Applications. Your system administrator may have customized the responsibilities, menus, and navigation paths in your installation. Web Page Standard Navigation Path Developer Studio Workflow Administrator Web Applications: Developer Studio or Workflow Administrator

Developer's Guide, 10g Release 1 (10.1)

Standard APIs for a Queue Handler (Oracle Workflow Developer's Guide)

Standard APIs for a Queue HandlerSkip Headers Oracle Workflow Developer's Guide Release 2.6.3 Part Number B10284-02 Previous Next       Contents Index Glossary          Previous  Next          Contents  Index  Glossary Standard APIs for a Queue Handler When you define an agent in the Business Event System, you must assign the agent a queue handler. The queue handler is a package that translates between the standard Workflow event

Administrator's Guide, 10g Release 1 (10.1)

Implementing Notification Mailers (Oracle Workflow Administrator's Guide)

Step 9 Implementing Notification MailersA notification mailer is a Java program that performs e-mail send and response processing for the Oracle Workflow Notification System, using the JavaMail API. You need to implement one or more notification mailers only if you want to have your workflow users receive their notifications by e-mail, as well as from the Worklist web pages.