|Oracle Workflow Developer's Guide|
Part Number B10284-02
To View and Maintain Events
You can navigate to the Event Manager from other Oracle Workflow administrator web pages by choosing the Business Events tab or selecting the Business Events link at the bottom of the page.
2. To locate specific events, enter search criteria in the Search region. The main search option is:
- Name - Enter the internal name of the event you want to display. You can enter a partial value to search for events whose internal names contain that value.
3. You can also enter additional search criteria to search for events by other characteristics. To show the additional options if they are hidden, select the Show More Search Options link. To hide these options if they are shown, select the Hide More Search Options link. The additional search criteria are:
- Display Name - Enter the display name of the event you want to display.
- Type - Select Event or Group as the type of the events you want to display.
- Status - Select Enabled or Disabled as the status of the events you want to display.
- Owner Name - Enter the name of the program or application that owns the event you want to display.
- Owner Tag - Enter the program ID of the program or application that owns the event you want to display.
4. Select the Go button to perform your search.
5. The Results region displays the events that match your search criteria. For each event, the list displays the internal name, display name, type, and status. Select the Name, Display Name, Type, or Status column heading to sort the list by that column.
To view the subscriptions to an event, select the subscription icon in the Subscription column for that event. The Subscriptions: Event page displays the list of subscriptions to the event.
Note: For events that do not have any subscriptions, a blank subscription icon appears in the Subscription column. For events that do have subscriptions to them, a full subscription icon appears.
- If you have workflow administrator privileges, you can define a new subscription to the event by selecting the Create Subscription button. The Create Event Subscription page appears with the event name automatically entered in the Event Filter field. See: To Create or Update a Subscription.
- If you have workflow administrator privileges, you can update an existing subscription by selecting the update icon in the Update column for that subscription. See: To Create or Update a Subscription.
Note: For seeded subscriptions with a customization level of Limit, you can only update the subscription status. For seeded subscriptions with a customization level of Core, you cannot update any properties; you can only view the subscription definition.
You can also select the Return link to return to the previous page.
7. If you have workflow administrator privileges, you can use the administration icons and buttons in the Events page to perform administrative operations.
Note: For seeded events with a customization level of Limit, you can only update the event status. For seeded events with a customization level of Core, you cannot update any properties; you can only view the event definition.
- To manually raise a test event, select the test icon in the Test column for the event you want. See: To Raise a Test Event.
Note: You cannot raise an event group. You must raise each event individually.
- To delete an event, select the event and select the Delete button. In the Delete page, select the Apply button. You can also select the Cancel button to return to the previous page without deleting the event.
Note: You can only delete events that do not have any subscriptions referencing them and that do not belong to any event groups.
Additionally, you cannot delete any event seeded by Oracle Applications that has a customization level of Core or Limit.
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