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

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

To Define an Event1. Use a web browser to connect to the following URL: /wf_event_html.listevents 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 to do so

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

Noop Activity (Oracle Workflow Developer's Guide)

Noop ActivityThe Noop activity acts as a place holder activity that performs no action. You can use this activity anywhere you want to place a node without performing an action. You can change the display name of this activity to something meaningful when you include it in a process, so that it reminds you of what you want this activity to do in the future. This activity calls the PL/SQL procedure named WF_STANDARD.NOOP.

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

Agents (Oracle Workflow Developer's Guide)

AgentsAn agent is a named point of communication within a system. Communication within and between systems is accomplished by sending a message from one agent to another. A single system can have several different agents representing different communication alternatives. For example, a system may have different agents to support inbound and outbound communication, communication by different protocols, different

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

Vote Yes/No Activity (Oracle Workflow Developer's Guide)

Vote Yes/No ActivityThe Vote Yes/No activity lets you send a notification to a group of users in a role and tally the Yes/No responses from those users. The results of the tally determine the activity that the process transitions to next. The Vote Yes/No activity, classified as a notification activity, first sends a notification message to a group of users and then performs a PL/SQL post-notification function to tally

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

What Is Supported (Oracle Workflow Developer's Guide)

What Is SupportedThe following types of customizations are supported: 1. Any customization that is stated as Required in the seeded workflow's, event's, or subscription's product-specific User's Guide or documentation update notes. 2. Customization examples documented in the product-specific User's Guide or documentation update notes. Any issues that arise are fully supported to resolution, to the extent that the

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

Initiating a Process (Oracle Workflow Developer's Guide)

Initiating a ProcessA workflow process begins when an application calls the Workflow Engine CreateProcess( ) and StartProcess( ) APIs or when a Business Event System subscription sends an event to launch the process. A subprocess is started when the Workflow Engine transitions to a process activity that represents the subprocess. To launch a workflow process using the Business Event System, follow these steps: 1. Define

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

Accessing the Oracle Workflow Administrator Home Page (Oracle Workflow Administrator's Guide)

Accessing the Oracle Workflow Administrator Home PageNote: 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 administrator home page is currently available for the version of Oracle Workflow embedded in Oracle Applications.

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

Wfrmtype.sql (Oracle Workflow Administrator's Guide)

Wfrmtype.sqlUse wfrmtype.sql to delete runtime data associated with a given item type. This script prompts you for an item type to purge from a list of valid item types, then asks you to choose between deleting all runtime data associated with the specified item type or deleting only runtime data for the completed activities and items of the specified item type. Use the script as follows: sqlplus @wfrmtype  

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

Viewing Participant Responses (Oracle Workflow Administrator'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 type internal name and item key as well as the following details for the selected workflow: Workflow Type - The workflow item type. Status - The status of the workflow. Started

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

"To run the Workflow Definitions Loader for the standalone version of Oracle Workflow (Oracle Workflow Administrator's Guide)

To run the Workflow Definitions Loader for the standalone version of Oracle Workflow1. The Workflow Definitions Loader program is located on your server in the bin subdirectory of the Oracle Home directory structure. 2. Run the program from your operating system prompt as follows (replacing with the username, password and Oracle Net connect string or alias to your database): To apply a seed data upgrade to a database from an input file, type: wfload By using the default upgrade

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

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

Orig. Workflow Invalid Mail MessageOracle Workflow provides the Orig. Workflow Invalid Mail message as an alternative template that you can optionally use when a user responds incorrectly to a notification. This template does not include the header attributes that are displayed in the Workflow Invalid Mail message.

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

3 Invoking Java in the Database

3 Invoking Java in the DatabaseSkip 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 3 Invoking Java in the Database This chapter gives you an overview and examples of how to invoke Java within the database. Overview Invoking Java Methods Utilizing SQLJ and JDBC for Querying the Database Debugging Server Applications

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

8 Java Stored Procedures Application Example

8 Java Stored Procedures Application ExampleDatabase Tables Next, you create the database tables required by the schema plan. You begin by defining … order system by stocking parts, as follows: BEGIN po_mgr.add_stock_item(2010, 'camshaft', 245.00 … customers: BEGIN po_mgr.add_customer(101, 'A-1 Automotive', '4490 Stevens Blvd', 'San Jose', 'CA', '95129 … various customers:

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

Send Us Your Comments (Oracle Workflow Administrator's Guide)

Send Us Your CommentsOracle Workflow Administrator's Guide, Release 2.6.3 Part No. B10283-02 Oracle welcomes your comments and suggestions on the quality and usefulness of this document. Your input is an important part of the information used for revision. Did you find any errors? Is the information clearly presented? Do you need more information? If so, where? Are the examples correct? Do you need more examples? What

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

To Schedule Background Engines (Oracle Workflow Administrator's Guide)

To Schedule Background EnginesIf you are using the version of Oracle Workflow embedded in Oracle Applications, you can submit the background engine procedure as a concurrent program to schedule different background engines to run at different times. Use the Submit Requests window in Oracle Applications to submit the Workflow Background Process.

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

WFNLADD.sql (Oracle Workflow Administrator's Guide)

WFNLADD.sqlIf you enable a new language in your Oracle installation, use WFNLADD.sql to add the missing rows for that language to the Oracle Workflow translation tables. See: Setting Up Additional Languages and wfnlena.sql. Use the script as follows: sqlplus @WFNLADD Note: The wfnlena.sql and WFNLADD.sql scripts prepare the database for loading workflow definitions in another language. However, these scripts

Reference, 10g Release 1 (10.1)

25 OLAP_API_SESSION_INIT

25 OLAP_API_SESSION_INITSkip Headers Oracle® OLAP Reference 10 g Release 1 (10.1) Part Number B10334-02 Home Book List Contents Index Master Index Feedback Previous Next View PDF 25 OLAP_API_SESSION_INIT The OLAP_API_SESSION_INIT package provides procedures for maintaining a table of initialization parameters for the OLAP API. This chapter contains the following topics: Initialization Parameters for the OLAP API Viewing

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

User Defined Alert Action Process Activities (Oracle Workflow Developer's Guide)

User Defined Alert Action Process ActivitiesStart (Node 1) This is a Standard function activity that simply marks the start of the process. Function-- WF_STANDARD.NOOP Result Type--None Required--Yes Prerequisite Activities--None Activity Attributes Retrieved by Function--None Item Attributes Set by Function--None Item Attributes Retrieved by Function--None Notify Alert Recipient (Node 2) This is a notification activity that sends an error

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

Attributes (Oracle Workflow Developer's Guide)

AttributesYou can create an attribute for any of the following workflow process components: Item type. See: To Define an Item Type or Activity Attribute. Function activity. See: To Define an Item Type or Activity Attribute. Event activity. See: To Define an Item Type or Activity Attribute. Notification activity. See: To Define an Item Type or Activity Attribute. Message. See: To Define a Message Attribute.

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

"To Initiate the Event System Demonstration Workflow from the Buyer Workbench (Oracle Workflow Developer's Guide)

To Initiate the Event System Demonstration Workflow from the Buyer Workbench1. On the Buyer system, enter the following URL in a web browser to access the Workflow Demonstration web page: /wf_demo.home represents 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. Choose the Events: Buyer Workbench link to display the Buyer Workbench web page. Alternatively, you can

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

Workflow Agent Ping/Acknowledge (Oracle Workflow Developer's Guide)

Workflow Agent Ping/AcknowledgeYou can test your Business Event System setup using the Workflow Agent Ping/Acknowledge workflow. This workflow sends a ping event message to each inbound agent on the local system or on external systems, and waits to receive an acknowledgement event message from each of the agents. If the workflow completes successfully, then the basic Business Event System setup for communication with these agents

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

"To Respond to an HTML E-mail Notification (Oracle Workflow User's Guide)

To Respond to an HTML E-mail Notification1. Your HTML-formatted e-mail notification includes information that is helpful for you to respond to the notification. Depending on the notification, the information may appear as links to other sources or as attachments. Attention: If your notification preference is 'HTML Mail with attachments', an HTML-formatted e-mail notification always includes one standard attachment. The attachment is called

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

"To Create or Update a Rule for Automatic Notification Processing (Oracle Workflow User's Guide)

To Create or Update a Rule for Automatic Notification Processing1. Navigate to the Notification Routing Rules page and choose to create or update a rule.

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

"To Validate a Process Definition (Oracle Workflow Developer's Guide)

To Validate a Process Definition1. Choose Verify from the File menu to validate all process definitions for the currently selected data store. 2. The following list is an example of some of the validation that the Verify command performs: Checks that a process has at least one Start and one End activity. Verifies that a process does not contain itself as a process activity. Restricts the same subprocess from being used twice in

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

Workflow Send Protocol (Oracle Workflow Developer's Guide)

Workflow Send ProtocolThe Workflow Send Protocol process is a sample workflow process that demonstrates receiving, sending, and acknowledging event messages. Depending on your requirements, you can copy or customize this process to accommodate your organization's specific needs. The Workflow Send Protocol process receives an event message from a subscription, sends the event message to the inbound agent specified in the

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

Loop Counter Activity (Oracle Workflow Developer's Guide)

Loop Counter ActivityUse the Loop Counter activity to limit the number of times the Workflow Engine transitions through a particular path in a process. The Loop Counter activity can have a result of Loop or Exit. This Loop Counter activity calls the PL/SQL procedure named WF_STANDARD.LOOPCOUNTER. Activity Attribute The Loop Counter activity has an activity attribute called Loop Limit. If the number of times that the Workflow

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

Summary of the Master Ping Process (Oracle Workflow Developer's Guide)

Summary of the Master Ping ProcessTo view the properties of the Master Ping process, select the process in the navigator tree, and then choose Properties from the Edit menu. This process activity is runnable, indicating that it can be initiated as a top level process to run. When you display the Process window for the Master Ping process, you see that the process consists of four unique activities. To examine the activities of the

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

Viewing Error Information for a Workflow (Oracle Workflow Administrator's Guide)

Viewing Error Information for a WorkflowThe Workflow Errors page shows error information for an errored workflow. The page displays the workflow type internal name and item key as well as the following details for the selected workflow: Failed Activity - The name of the activity that encountered an error. Activity Type - The activity type, either Function, Notification, Event, or Process. Error Name - The internal name of the error. Error

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

Workflow Open Mail (More Information Request) Message (Oracle Workflow Administrator's Guide)

Workflow Open Mail (More Information Request) MessageThe Notification System uses the Workflow Open Mail (More Information Request) message as a default template to send a request for more information about a notification from one user to another user. The notification template includes generic instructions on how to respond with the requested information. It also includes the following information about a message: the name of the sender of the message,

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

1 Introduction to Java in Oracle Database

1 Introduction to Java in Oracle DatabaseSkip 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 1 Introduction to Java in Oracle Database This book provides an overview on how to develop, load, and execute your Java applications in the Oracle Database. This chapter contains the following information: Chapter Contents What's

API Reference, 10g Release 1 (10.1)

22 Package Xsl APIs for C++

22 Package Xsl APIs for C++Skip Headers Oracle® XML API Reference 10 g Release 1 (10.1) Part Number B10789-01 Home Book List Contents Master Index Feedback Previous Next View PDF 22 Package Xsl APIs for C++ Xsl package contains XSLT related types and interfaces. This chapter contains these sections: Xsl Datatypes Compiler Interface CompTransformer Interface Transformer Interface XSLException Interface See Also: Oracle XML Developer's

API Reference, 10g Release 1 (10.1)

1 Mapping Between Old and New C APIs

1 Mapping Between Old and New C APIsSkip Headers Oracle® XML API Reference 10 g Release 1 (10.1) Part Number B10789-01 Home Book List Contents Master Index Feedback Previous Next View PDF 1 Mapping Between Old and New C APIs This chapter maps the XML C APIs available in Oracle9 i release to the Unified XML C APIs available in this release of Oracle Database. The chapter contains these topics: C Package Changes Initializing and Parsing

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

"To View the Details of a Notification (Oracle Workflow User's Guide)

To View the Details of a Notification1. Navigate to the Notification Details page. 2. In addition to general information, the notification header may also provide a history of comments forwarded from other workflow users who received notifications earlier in the workflow process. The History section displays any requests for more information and responses to those requests. The most recent History comment is marked with an asterisk icon.

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

Viewing Notifications from a Web Browser (Oracle Workflow User's Guide)

Viewing Notifications from a Web BrowserYou can use any Web browser that supports JavaScript and Frames to view and respond to your notifications in the Notifications Web page. Note: For information about the Worklist pages in the Oracle Applications Framework user interface format, currently available with the version of Oracle Workflow embedded in Oracle Applications, see: Viewing Notifications from a Web Browser for Oracle Applications.

API Reference, 10g Release 1 (10.1)

Post-Notification Functions (Oracle Workflow API Reference)

Post-Notification FunctionsSkip Headers Oracle Workflow API Reference Release 2.6.3 Part Number B10286-02 Previous Next       Contents Index Glossary          Previous  Next          Contents  Index  Glossary Post-Notification Functions You can associate a post-notification function with a notification activity. The Workflow Engine executes the post-notification function in response to an update of the notification's state

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

File Menu (Oracle Workflow Developer's Guide)

File Menuitem type. Q uick Start Wizard-- Creates a framework from which you can begin designing a workflow

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

"Using a List of Values (Oracle Workflow Developer's Guide)

Using a List of Values1. For a field that supports a list of values, select the field's search icon to display a Search and Select page. 2. In the Search region, select the filter to search by, depending on the type of value you are searching for. Then enter a search value in the text field and select the Go button. If you do not specify a search value, Oracle Workflow retrieves the complete list of values. 3. The Results

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

Summary of the Workflow Event Protocol Process (Oracle Workflow Developer's Guide)

Summary of the Workflow Event Protocol ProcessTo view the properties of the Workflow Event Protocol process, select the process in the navigator tree, and then choose Properties from the Edit menu. This process activity is runnable, indicating that it can be initiated as a top level process to run. When you display the Process window for the Workflow Event Protocol process, you see that the process consists of eight unique activities, some of

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

Default Error Process (Oracle Workflow Developer's Guide)

Default Error Processattribute as a relative offset from the begin date of the activity, in the unit of MINUTES to

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

Function Activity (Oracle Workflow Developer's Guide)

Function ActivityA function activity is defined by the PL/SQL stored procedure or external program that it calls. Function activities are typically used to perform fully automated steps in the process. As a PL/SQL stored procedure, a function activity accepts standard arguments and can return a completion result. If you pass a parameter for the stored procedure, you can expose that parameter as an activity attribute.

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

"To Run wfrund.sql (Oracle Workflow Developer's Guide)

To Run wfrund.sql1. Enter the following command to run the script wfrund.sql in SQL*PLUS: sqlplus /@ @wfrund.sql Replace /@ with the username, password, and alias for the database account where you installed the demonstration data model. Replace with the requisition number that uniquely identifies the requisition. Note: The requisition number is used as the item key for the process, so it must contain only

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

Notify Approver Subprocess Activities (Oracle Workflow Developer's Guide)

Notify Approver Subprocess ActivitiesFollowing is a description of each activity in the Notify Approver subprocess, listed by the activity's display name.

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

Event Definition Events (Oracle Workflow Developer's Guide)

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

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

Buyer: Advanced Shipment Notice Subprocess Activities (Oracle Workflow Developer's Guide)

Buyer: Advanced Shipment Notice Subprocess ActivitiesFollowing is a description of each activity in the subprocess, listed by the activity's display name. Start (Node 1) This Standard function activity marks the start of the process. Function WF_STANDARD.NOOP Result Type None Prerequisite Activities None Buyer: Purchase Order ASN (Node 2) This event activity waits to receive the B2B Advanced Shipment Notice event message from the supplier. Event Action

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

Overview of Required Setup Steps for the Standalone Version of Oracle Workflow (Oracle Workflow Administrator's Guide)

Overview of Required Setup Steps for the Standalone Version of Oracle Workflow1. Set up the default Oracle Workflow user preferences for your entire enterprise using the Global Preferences web page. The Global Preferences web page also lets you define your workflow administrator role and your Workflow web agent. See: Setting Global User Preferences. 2. Ensure that a directory service is set up to provide information about the individuals and roles in your organization who may

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

G C API for XML (Oracle XML DB): Quick Reference

G C API for XML (Oracle XML DB): Quick ReferenceSkip Headers Oracle® XML DB Developer's Guide 10 g Release 1 (10.1) Part Number B10790-01 Home Book List Contents Index Master Index Feedback Previous Next View PDF G C API for XML (Oracle XML DB): Quick Reference This appendix provides a quick reference for the C API for XML, Oracle XML DB specific functions. This appendix contains this topic: XML Context XML Context An XML Context is a required

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

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

To View Notifications from the Advanced Worklist1. Use a web browser to navigate to the Advanced Worklist, using a responsibility and navigation path specified by your system administrator. See: Oracle Workflow User Navigation Paths. You can navigate to the Advanced Worklist from other Oracle Applications Framework-based Oracle Workflow web pages by choosing the Notifications tab or selecting the Notifications link at the bottom of the page, if

API Reference, 10g Release 1 (10.1)

Event Function APIs (Oracle Workflow API Reference)

Event Function APIsSkip Headers Oracle Workflow API Reference Release 2.6.3 Part Number B10286-02 Previous Next       Contents Index Glossary          Previous  Next          Contents  Index  Glossary Event Function APIs The Event Function APIs provide utility functions that can be called by an application program, the Event Manager, or a workflow process in the runtime phase to communicate with the Business Event System

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

Buyer: Send PO to Supplier Subprocess Activities (Oracle Workflow Developer's Guide)

Buyer: Send PO to Supplier Subprocess ActivitiesFollowing is a description of each activity in the subprocess, listed by the activity's display name. Start (Node 1) This Standard function activity marks the start of the process. Function WF_STANDARD.NOOP Result Type None Prerequisite Activities None XML Get Tag Value (Node 2) This Standard external Java function activity retrieves the value of a particular XML tag set in the event message. At this

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

"To Define Event Details for an Event Node (Oracle Workflow Developer's Guide)

To Define Event Details for an Event NodeThe event action defined for the event activity determines which event details you must define for an event node. For each event detail, it is either required or optional to use an item type attribute to store or retrieve the detail information. Note that you must first create item type attributes of the appropriate types before you can reference those predefined item attributes here. The item type

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

Raising Events (Oracle Workflow Developer's Guide)

Raising EventsIn addition to raising events from your applications or through workflows, you can raise events that do not require additional parameters manually using the Raise Event web page for testing purposes. When you raise an event, the Event Manager searches for and executes any active subscriptions by the local system to that event with a source type of Local, and also any active subscriptions by the local

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

Initiating the Requisition Workflow (Oracle Workflow Developer's Guide)

Initiating the Requisition WorkflowYou can use any of the following methods to initiate the Requisition workflow: Run the script wfrund.sql. Access the Requisition Demonstration web page from the Workflow Demonstrations home page. Use the Launch Processes web page. See: Testing Workflow Definitions. You can also create your own custom end-user application interface to let users create requisitions that automatically initiate the Requisition

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

Notification Events (Oracle Workflow Developer's Guide)

Notification EventsEvent for Notification Send

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

"To Create and Edit a Transition (Oracle Workflow Developer's Guide)

To Create and Edit a Transition1. To create a transition between two activities, hold down your right mouse button and drag your mouse from a source activity to a destination activity.

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

Example: Notify Requisition Approval Required (Oracle Workflow Developer's Guide)

Example: Notify Requisition Approval RequiredThe Notify Requisition Approval Required activity sends a message called Requisition Approval Required to an approving manager. The message requests that the manager approve or reject a requisition and provides details about the requisition within the body of the message.

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

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

Workflow Invalid Mail MessageThe Workflow Invalid Mail message is sent to a user by default when a user responds incorrectly to a notification. For example, if a response message from a user contains a valid notification ID (NID) line matching it with a notification, but does not contain any response value or contains an invalid response value, the notification mailer sends a Workflow Invalid Mail message to the user. This message

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

2 Datatype and Java-to-Java Type Mappings

2 Datatype and Java-to-Java Type MappingsINTEGER) return BOOLEAN is begin if i is then return ; else return i<>0; end if; end int2bool … is the code for that function: function bool2int(b BOOLEAN) return INTEGER is begin if b is then … generated Java code: conn.prepareOracleCall = ("BEGIN:1:= WRAPPER1.PL2COMPANY_EMP_TBL … function: FUNCTION GET_EMP_TBL() BEGIN

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

2 ODM Java Programming

2 ODM Java ProgrammingSkip Headers Oracle Data Mining Application Developer's Guide 10 g Release 1 (10.1) Part Number B10699-01 Home Book List Contents Index Master Index Feedback Previous Next View PDF 2 ODM Java Programming This chapter provides an overview of the steps required to perform basic Oracle Data Mining tasks and discusses the following topics related to writing data mining programs using the Java interface:

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

"Using a List of Values (Oracle Workflow User's Guide)

Using a List of Values1. For a field that supports a list of values, click on the field's up-arrow icon to display a list of values window. 2. In the Find field, enter search criteria and choose the Find button to retrieve a subset of values that match your criteria. You can also choose the Clear button to clear the Find field. If you do not specify any search criteria and simply choose Find, you retrieve the complete

API Reference, 10g Release 1 (10.1)

Contents (Oracle Workflow API Reference)

ContentsSkip Headers Oracle Workflow API Reference Release 2.6.3 Part Number B10286-02 No Previous Next       No Contents Index Glossary          No Previous  Next          No Contents  Index  Glossary Contents Title and Copyright Information Send Us Your Comments Preface 1 Overview of Oracle Workflow Overview of Oracle Workflow Major Features and Definitions Workflow Processes Oracle Workflow Procedures