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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.

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

Wfchlut.sql (Oracle Workflow Administrator's Guide)

Wfchlut.sqlUse wfchlut.sql to change the internal name of a lookup type and update all references to the lookup type. See: Change the internal name of a workflow object. Use the script as follows: sqlplus @wfchlut Replace with the current internal name of the lookup type, replace with the new internal name of the lookup type.           Previous   Next           Contents   Index   Glossary Copyright © 2003

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

"To Reassign a Notification to Another User (Oracle Workflow User's Guide)

To Reassign a Notification to Another User1. You can reassign a notification in one of two ways: In the Worklist page, you check Select for one or more notifications and choose Reassign.... In the Worklist page, click on the subject link of the notification you wish to reassign. In the Detail Notification page that appears, choose Reassign... in the Response frame of the notification. Attention: Your workflow may include a special #HIDE_REASSIGN

API Reference, 10g Release 1 (10.1)

Overview of the Oracle Workflow Business Event System (Oracle Workflow API Reference)

Overview of the Oracle Workflow Business Event SystemSkip Headers Oracle Workflow API Reference Release 2.6.3 Part Number B10286-02 Previous Next       Contents Index Glossary          Previous  Next          Contents  Index  Glossary Overview of the Oracle Workflow Business Event System The Oracle Workflow Business Event System leverages the Oracle Advanced Queuing infrastructure to communicate business events between systems. When a significant business

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

Error Check Process (Oracle Workflow Developer's Guide)

Error Check ProcessThe Error Check Process scans the Oracle Workflow item activity statuses table for activities in error. The main purpose of this process is to illustrate how you can use Oracle Workflow to design a workflow process that has the same functionality as an Oracle Alert periodic alert. You can initiate the Error Check Process to scan for database exceptions at a specified frequency. The process definition

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

Standard Activities (Oracle Workflow Developer's Guide)

Standard ActivitiesOracle Workflow provides some generic activities you can use to control your process. The activities are associated with the Standard item type but can be used within any process you define. The Standard item type is automatically installed on your Oracle Workflow server. You can also access the Standard item type from the file wfstd.wft located on your PC in the \

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

Summary of the Supplier: Advanced Shipment Notice Subprocess (Oracle Workflow Developer's Guide)

Summary of the Supplier: Advanced Shipment Notice SubprocessTo view the properties of the Supplier: Advanced Shipment Notice subprocess, select its process activity in the navigator tree, then choose Properties from the Edit menu. This process activity is not runnable, indicating that it cannot be initiated as a top level process to run but must be called from a higher level process. When you display the Process window for the Supplier: Advanced Shipment Notice

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

Creating Multiple Transitions to a Single Activity (Oracle Workflow Developer's Guide)

Creating Multiple Transitions to a Single ActivityYou can create multiple transitions to a single activity in a process diagram. Sometimes these multiple transitions indicate that there are multiple ways that the process can transition to this one node and you may want the node to execute just once. In other cases, the multiple transitions may indicate that the activity may be transitioned to multiple times because it is the starting point of a loop.

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

Lookup Types (Oracle Workflow Developer's Guide)

Lookup TypesA lookup type is a static list of values. These lists can be referenced by activities and by item type, message or activity attributes. For example, an activity can reference a lookup type for its possible result values, while a message attribute can reference a lookup type as a means of providing a list of possible responses to the performer of a notification. When you define a lookup type, you associate

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

"To Copy a Lookup Code (Oracle Workflow Developer's Guide)

To Copy a Lookup Code1. Select the lookup code to copy in the navigator tree. 2. Hold down your mouse select button as you drag the lookup code to the lookup type you want to copy it to. 3. If you drag the lookup code to the same lookup type or to a lookup type where this code already exists, then when you release your mouse button, a properties page appears for you to enter a unique internal and display name the new

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

Testing Workflow Definitions Using the Developer Studio (Oracle Workflow Developer's Guide)

Testing Workflow Definitions Using the Developer StudioNote: The Oracle Workflow web pages are being converted to the Oracle Applications Framework user interface format. Depending on your version of Oracle Workflow and which patches you have applied, you may see Oracle Workflow web pages in the new format as well as in the previous format. The Developer Studio is currently available for the version of Oracle Workflow embedded in Oracle Applications.

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

Wfchitt.sql (Oracle Workflow Administrator's Guide)

Wfchitt.sqlUse wfchitt.sql to change the internal name of an item type and update all references to the item type. See: Change the internal name of a workflow object. Use the script as follows: sqlplus @wfchitt Replace with the current internal name of the item attribute, and replace with the new internal name of the item attribute.           Previous   Next           Contents   Index   Glossary Copyright

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

Orig. Workflow Open Mail for Outlook Express Message (Oracle Workflow Administrator's Guide)

Orig. Workflow Open Mail for Outlook Express MessageOracle Workflow provides the Orig. Workflow Open Mail for Outlook Express message as an alternative template that you can optionally use as a template for e-mail notifications that require a response if you use an e-mail application such as Microsoft Outlook Express as your e-mail client. This template does not include the header attributes that are displayed in the Workflow Open Mail (Direct) message.

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

5 Developing Java Stored Procedures

5 Developing Java Stored ProceduresSkip Headers Oracle® Database Java Developer's Guide 10 g Release 1 (10.1) Part Number B12021-02 Home Book List Contents Index Master Index Feedback Previous Next View PDF 5 Developing Java Stored Procedures The OracleJVM has all the features you need to build a new generation of enterprise-wide applications at a low cost. Chief among those features are stored procedures, which open the Oracle RDBMS

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

Example: Verify Authority (Oracle Workflow Developer's Guide)

Example: Verify AuthorityThe Verify Authority function activity calls a PL/SQL stored procedure named WF_REQDEMO.VerifyAuthority

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

Event Subscription Definition Events (Oracle Workflow Developer's Guide)

Event Subscription Definition EventsSubscription Created Oracle Workflow raises this event whenever a new subscription definition is created. Internal Name oracle.apps.wf.event.subscription.create Generate Function wf_event_functions_pkg.generate Owner Name Oracle Workflow Owner Tag FND Customization Level Limit Subscription Updated

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

"To View and Maintain Events (Oracle Workflow Developer's Guide)

To View and Maintain Events1. Use a web browser to navigate to the Event Manager, using a responsibility and navigation path specified by your system administrator. Then choose Events in the horizontal navigation. See: Oracle Workflow Developer Navigation Paths.

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

Protection Level (Oracle Workflow Administrator's Guide)

Protection LevelWhenever you create a workflow object in Oracle Workflow Builder, you have the option of protecting the object at a certain level. An object's protection level helps control whether other users can modify the object based on their access levels, by allowing only users with an access level equal to or lower than the object's protection level to modify the object. Note: The range of access levels allowed

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

"To Set Engine Thresholds (Oracle Workflow Administrator's Guide)

To Set Engine ThresholdsTo set the thresholds of background engines, specify the minthreshold and maxthreshold arguments when starting the engine. The background engine then only processes activities with costs within your specifications. The Workflow Engine threshold is set to 50 as a default. Activities with a cost higher than 50 are deferred for background engines to process. In some cases, you may want to force the engine

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

"To View Notifications from the Worklist (Oracle Workflow User's Guide)

To View Notifications from the Worklist1. The Notifications Worklist either displays the notifications that match your search criteria if you navigated from the Find Notifications page, or lists all your open notifications if you navigated directly to this page. The Worklist displays the following information for each notification: Priority--a high or low priority icon represents the urgency of the notification. Type--the item type with

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

Viewing Participant Responses (Oracle Workflow User's Guide)

Viewing Participant ResponsesThe Participant Responses page shows information about closed response-required notifications for a workflow. For example, you can use this page to view individual responses to a voting activity. The page displays the workflow identifier as well as the following details for the selected workflow: Workflow Type - The workflow type. Status - The status of the workflow. Started - The start date and time

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

"To Find Notifications (Oracle Workflow User's Guide)

To Find Notifications1. The Find Notifications window lets you enter search criteria to locate specific notifications. If you are logged on to the current session as a regular workflow user, you can specify criteria to search for any notification(s) you own. The search criteria are: From - enter a role to search for all notifications from that role. The From role for a notification is determined by the #FROM_ROLE message

API Reference, 10g Release 1 (10.1)

value (Oracle Workflow API Reference)

valueSkip Headers Oracle Workflow API Reference Release 2.6.3 Part Number B10286-02 Previous Next       Contents Index Glossary          Previous  Next          Contents  Index  Glossary value Java Syntax public void value (Object pValue) Description Sets the value of the item or activity attribute within a WFAttribute object. The value must be cast to the Object type. Attention: Using value() to set the

API Reference, 10g Release 1 (10.1)

Oracler Workflow API Reference (Oracle Workflow API Reference)

Oracle ® Workflow API ReferenceSkip Headers Oracle Workflow API Reference Release 2.6.3 Part Number B10286-02 Previous Next       Contents Index Glossary          Previous  Next          Contents  Index  Glossary Oracle ® Workflow API Reference Release 2.6.3 Part No. B10286-02 September 2003 Oracle Workflow API Reference, Release 2.6.3 Part No. B10286-02 Copyright © 2003 Oracle Corporation. All rights reserved. Primary Authors:

API Reference, 10g Release 1 (10.1)

Item Type Attributes (Oracle Workflow API Reference)

Item Type AttributesSkip Headers Oracle Workflow API Reference Release 2.6.3 Part Number B10286-02 Previous Next       Contents Index Glossary          Previous  Next          Contents  Index  Glossary Item Type Attributes A set of item type attributes is defined at both design-time and runtime for each item. These attributes provide information to the function and notification activities used in the processes associated

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

"Creating a Voting Activity (Oracle Workflow Developer's Guide)

Creating a Voting Activity1. Create a voting lookup type that contains the responses you want to tally in your voting activity. See: To Create Lookup Types.

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

Dequeue (Oracle Workflow Developer's Guide)

DequeueThe Dequeue procedure in a queue handler package must dequeue an event message from the queue associated with the specified inbound agent, selecting the message to dequeue by the message priority. The procedure transforms the event message's header information if necessary and returns the event message in the standard WF_EVENT_T structure. Additionally, the Dequeue procedure can set the date and time

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

Designating Start and End Activities (Oracle Workflow Developer's Guide)

Designating Start and End Activitiesmay designate any node from which it is logical to begin the process as a Start activity. When

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

Optional Setup Steps (Oracle Workflow Administrator's Guide)

Optional Setup Steps1. You can partition the WF_ITEM_ACTIVITY_STATUSES, WF_ITEM_ACTIVITY_STATUSES_H, WF_ITEM_ATTRIBUTE_VALUES, and WF_ITEMS tables for performance gain. See: Partitioning Workflow Tables. 2. If you are using the standalone version of Oracle Workflow, you can synchronize the user information in your Workflow directory service with Oracle Internet Directory (OID). Additionally, if you have installed Oracle

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

Wfprot.sql (Oracle Workflow Administrator's Guide)

Wfprot.sqlUse wfprot.sql to reset the protection level of all objects associated with a specified item type. Attention: If you reset the protection level for all objects in an item type, then none of those objects in the item type will be customizable by users operating at an access level higher than the new protection level. Use the script as follows: sqlplus @wfprot Replace with the item type that you

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

Workflow Open Mail (Templated) Message (Oracle Workflow Administrator's Guide)

Workflow Open Mail (Templated) MessageIf you select the templated response method, the Notification System uses the Workflow Open Mail (Templated) message as a default template for e-mail notifications that require a response. The notification template includes generic instructions on how to respond to a notification. It also includes the following information about a message: the name of the sender of the message, message priority, date

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

Orig. Workflow Password Signature Mail Message (Oracle Workflow Administrator's Guide)

Orig. Workflow Password Signature Mail MessageOracle Workflow provides the Orig. Workflow Password Signature Mail message as an alternative template that you can optionally use as a template for e-mail notifications that require a password-based electronic signature in the user's response. This template does not include the header attributes that are displayed in the Workflow Password Signature Mail message.

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

"To Create Lookup Codes for a Lookup Type (Oracle Workflow Developer's Guide)

To Create Lookup Codes for a Lookup Type1. Select a lookup type from the navigator tree and choose New Lookup Code from the Edit menu. A Lookup Code property page appears.

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

"To Define an Event Subscription (Oracle Workflow Developer's Guide)

To Define an Event Subscription1. Use a web browser to connect to the following URL: /wf_event_html.listsubscriptions Replace with the base URL of the web agent configured for Oracle Workflow in your Web server. See: Setting Global User Preferences, Oracle Workflow Administrator's Guide. Attention: This URL accesses a secured page, so if you have not yet logged on as valid user in the current web session, you will be prompted

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

"To Create a Process Definition from Top Down (Oracle Workflow Developer's Guide)

To Create a Process Definition from Top Down1. To start Oracle Workflow Builder, double-click on the Oracle Workflow Builder icon located in the Application Development folder within the Oracle - program group. If you are using Windows 98 or NT 4.0 or higher, you can also select the Oracle Workflow Builder icon from the appropriate program folder of the Start menu. 2. Use the Quick Start Wizard to create the framework for your new process

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

Diagramming a Process (Oracle Workflow Developer's Guide)

Diagramming a ProcessThis section discusses how to draw and define a workflow process in the Process window: To Add Nodes to a Workflow Process To Define Nodes To Define Event Details for an Event Node To Define Activity Attribute Values To Create and Edit a Transition To Display a Process Overview To Print a Process To Copy a Process Diagram to the Clipboard To Validate a Process Definition           Previous   Next

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

Workflow Monitor (Oracle Workflow Administrator's Guide)

Workflow MonitorThe Workflow Monitor is a tool that allows you to view and administer the status of a specific instance of a workflow process. You can use the point-and-click interface to display detailed status information about activities in the process as well as about the process as a whole. The Workflow Monitor can be run in 'USER' or 'ADMIN' mode, where 'ADMIN' mode provides additional details and functionality

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

Orig. Workflow Canceled Mail Message (Oracle Workflow Administrator's Guide)

Orig. Workflow Canceled Mail MessageOracle Workflow provides the Orig. Workflow Canceled Mail message as an alternative template that you can optionally use to inform the recipient that a previously sent notification is canceled. This template does not include the header attributes that are displayed in the Workflow Canceled Mail message. If you are using the version of Oracle Workflow embedded in Oracle Applications, you can use the

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

Workflow Warning Mail Message (Oracle Workflow Administrator's Guide)

Workflow Warning Mail MessageThe Notification System uses the Workflow Warning Mail message as a default template to send a message to a user if it receives unsolicited mail from that user. For example, if a message from a user does not contain a notification ID (NID) line matching it with a notification, or contains an incorrectly formatted NID line, the notification mailer sends a Workflow Warning Mail message to the user.

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

Wfchmsg.sql (Oracle Workflow Administrator's Guide)

Wfchmsg.sqlUse wfchmsg.sql to change the internal name of a message and update all references to the message. See: Change the internal name of a workflow object. Use the script as follows: sqlplus @wfchmsg Replace with the item type of the message you wish to update, replace with the current internal name of the message, replace with the new internal name of the message.           Previous   Next    

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

Setting the Socket Listener Profile Option (Oracle Workflow Administrator's Guide)

Step 6 Setting the Socket Listener Profile OptionThe Notification Details web page can display an attached form icon to support form attributes in a notification message. Oracle Applications users can launch the Oracle Workflow Notification Worklist from their Oracle Applications menus. From the Worklist, users can select a notification link to display the contents of a notification in the Notification Details page. If the notification details display