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Oracle Enterprise Asset Management Implementation Guide
Release 12.1
Part Number E13671-10
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eAM Profile Options

This chapter covers the following topics:

Profile Option Summary

The table below indicates if you can view or update the profile option and which System Administrator levels the profile options can be updated: Site, Application, Responsibility, and User. Use the Personal Profile Options window to view or set your profile options at the user level. View the Oracle Applications System Administrator's Guide for a list of profile options common to all Oracle applications.

A Required profile option requires a value. An Optional profile option provides a default value; provide a value only if you want to change this value.

Profile Option Summary
Profile Option Default User System Admin:
USER
System Admin:
RESP
System Admin:
APP
System Admin:
SITE
Required?
EAM: Activity API Debug File Directory /tmp View
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N
EAM: Activity API Debug File Name EAM_ABO_debug.log View
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N
EAM: Activity API Debug Option No View
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N
EAM: Asset Actions Lookup Name Blank View
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EAM: Asset hierarchy description length Yes View
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EAM: Debug Profile Option - View
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N
EAM: Debug PM Scheduling Yes View
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N
EAM: Default failure codes for PM work orders Yes View
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EAM: Enable Cross Reference and Manufacturer Search on Material Yes View
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N
EAM: Endeca Work Order Data Load Start Date (mm/dd/yyyy) N View
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EAM: Endeca Work Request Data Load Start Date (mm/dd/yyyy) N View
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EAM: FA Book Type Code Blank - - - - Yes N
EAM: Google Map Registration key Blank No No No No Yes N
EAM: Google Map Client ID Blank No No No No Yes N
EAM: Maintenance Supervisor No View
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View
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N
EAM: Maintenance Work Request Options - View View View
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View View N
EAM: Map Viewer name Blank No No No No Yes N
EAM: Mass Complete work orders at system date Mass Complete through Maintenance Workbench View
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EAM: Mobile Configuration N View
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EAM: Mobile Include Departments Work N View
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EAM: Mobile Update Hook Enabled N View
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EAM: MSU-RESP N View
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EAM: Object Instantiation API Log File Directory - View
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N
EAM: Object Instantiation API Log File Name View
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N EAM_MOI.log
EAM: Object Instantiation API Log Option View
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N No
EAM: Trigger requisition for cancelled/rejected quantity View
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N
EAM: Use Work Order Org For EAM Endeca Security View
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N

Profile Option Details

eAM's profile options are listed below:

EAM: Activity API Debug File Directory

The Activity API is called in eAM when a new activity is created from either a work order or activity. This profile option indicates the debug file directory that the debug log will reside, if debugging is enabled for the Activity API. For example, If the profile option, EAM: Activity API Debug Option, is set to Yes, the log of the activity process is saved in the directory determined by the path designated in the current profile option. This profile option is visible and changeable at the User level; it is visible and changeable at the System Administrator User, Responsibility, Application, and Site levels.

Specify the value of the current profile option to be the path of the directory on the server side where the log file should be written. You must choose the log file path from one of the outputs of the following SQL statement:

SELECT value FROM v$parameter WHERE name = 'utl_file_dir'

EAM: Activity API Debug File Name

The Activity API is called in eAM when a new activity is created from either a work order or activity. This profile option indicates the debug file name that resides in the debug file directory, if debugging is enabled for the Activity API. For example, If the profile option, EAM: Activity API Debug Option, is set to Yes, the log of the activity process is saved in the directory determined by the path designated by the EAM: Activity API Debug File Directory profile option. The name of the file that includes the activity process log is determined by the current profile option. This profile option is visible and changeable at the User level; it is visible and changeable at the System Administrator User, Responsibility, Application, and Site levels.

EAM: Activity API Debug Option

The Activity API is called in eAM when a new activity is created from either a work order or activity. This profile option indicates whether debugging is enabled for the Activity API. This profile option is visible and changeable at the User level; it is visible and changeable at the System Administrator User, Responsibility, Application, and Site levels.

EAM: Asset Actions Lookup Name

This profile option determines which lookup is shown as options in asset search table actions of Create Work Request or Asset Hierarchy.

EAM: Asset Hierarchy Description Length

This profile option is used to set the length of asset hierarchy description. You can then view the assets with their descriptions in the Asset Hierarchy page.

EAM: Debug PM Scheduling

This profile option indicates whether debug mode is enabled for Preventive Maintenance Scheduling processes. The profile option is visible and changeable at the User level; it is visible and changeable at System Administrator's User, Responsibility, Application, and Site levels. The debug mode enables a tracing feature and causes additional messages to be printed to a log file. The default value is Yes. The internal name of the profile option is EAM_DEBUG_PM_SCHED. Available values are as follows:

EAM: Debug Profile Option

This profile option is used by multiple eAM processes. If this profile is enabled, the log of these processes is collected. These processes include the following:

This profile option is visible and updateable at the User level; it is visible and updateable at System Administrator's User, Responsibility, Application, and Site levels.

EAM: Default Failure Codes for PM Work Orders

This profile option displays the default value of "Failure Code Required" associated with the generated PM work order according to Failure Set/Asset Group association setup. The default value is Yes.

EAM: Enable Cross Reference and Manufacturer Search on Material

This profile option provides the ability to search for items by Manufacturers Part Number or item cross reference for work order materials in the Create Work Order page, Update Work Order page, and the Stores - One-Step Material Issue page. The Manufacturers Part Number can be added to the inventory item using the Item Master form. Because the Manufacturers Part Number is readily available (etched on parts), this identifier can be used to find the inventory item in the application.

EAM: Endeca Work Order Data Load Start Date (mm/dd/yyyy)

This profile option loads all work orders created on and after the specified date to the Endeca Data Store.

Note: For more information, see Oracle Enterprise Asset Management Extensions for Oracle Endeca Configuration notes, My Oracle Support Note 1470176.1.

EAM: Endeca Work Request Data Load Start Date (mm/dd/yyyy)

This profile option loads all work requests created on and after the specified date to the Endeca Data Store.

Note: For more information, see Oracle Enterprise Asset Management Extensions for Oracle Endeca Configuration notes, My Oracle Support Note 1470176.1.

EAM: Include Non-Nettable Quantity

If this profile is set to NO, Material Requirements within the Material Requirements, Operations, Work Orders, and the Maintenance Workbench windows display on-hand quantity as the quantity available in Nettable Subinventories. If this profile is set to YES, Material Requirements within these windows display the on-hand quantity as the quantity available in all Subinventories (Nettable and Non-nettable). Within the Maintenance Super User responsibility's Work Orders tab, the Material Requirements page displays he on-hand quantity as the quantity available in Nettable Subinventories if this profile is set to NO. The Material Requirements page displays on-hand quantity as the quantity available in all Subinventories (Nettable and Non-nettable), if the profile is set to YES.

EAM: Maintenance Supervisor

Set this profile option to indicate if the self service Maintenance Supervisor Workbench is enabled.

EAM: Maintenance Work Request Options

This profile options controls the view and update of a Work Request. It determines whether you can see only your own work requests or also others' work requests.

EAM: Mass Complete work orders at system date

Set this profile option to indicate the preferred dates for work orders to mass complete from the Maintenance Workbench. This profile option has 4 values for setup:

The following table outlines the behavior of the Mass Complete process relative to the completion dates for each profile value:

Completion Date No Yes - for future date work orders Yes - for past date work orders Yes - for all work orders
For work orders with scheduled dates in past Scheduled Completion Date Scheduled Completion Date System Date System Date
For work orders with scheduled dates in future Scheduled Completion Date* System Date Scheduled Completion Date* System Date

*The system will not include future-dated work orders that have not been set up with the System Date as the completion date.

EAM: Mobile Configuration

This profile option is used to display Express and Debrief work orders in the EAM Mobile Maintenance application. Set value as follows:

  1. Value: {"access":{"expressWorkOrder":"Y"}}

Profile can be set at Site, Responsibility and User levels.

Note: For more information, see Oracle Mobile Maintenance for Oracle E-Business Suite Release Notes on My Oracle Support, Note 1923702.1.

EAM: Mobile Include Departments Work

This profile option enables users to view work assigned to a login user or a login user and department. If the option is set to No, the user will be able to view only the work assigned to login user. If the option is set to Yes, the user will be able to view work assigned to the login user and work assigned to the department.

Note: For more information, see Oracle Mobile Maintenance for Oracle E-Business Suite Release Notes on My Oracle Support, Note 1923702.1.

EAM: Mobile Update Hook Enabled

This profile option is used to refresh mobile disconnected data immediately after changes are made in EAM.

Note: For more information, see Oracle Mobile Maintenance for Oracle E-Business Suite Release Notes on My Oracle Support, Note 1923702.1.

EAM: MSU_RESP

This profile option is used to set the default EAM Self-Service responsibility where there are multiple responsibilities assigned for the user.

EAM: Object Instantiation API Log File Directory

The Object Instantiation API is called when a new asset number is created via the Asset Number window or if the Instantiate button is chosen within the Rebuildable Serial Number window. This profile option indicates the debug file directory that the debug log will reside, if debugging is enabled for the Object Instantiation API. For example, If the profile option, EAM: Object Instantiation API Log Option, is set to Yes, the log of the activity process is saved in the directory determined by the path designated in the current profile option. This profile option is visible and changeable at the User level; it is visible and changeable at System Administrator's User, Responsibility, Application, and Site levels.

EAM: Object Instantiation API Log File Name

The Object Instantiation API is called when a new asset number is created via the Asset Number window or if the Instantiate button is chosen within the Rebuildable Serial Number window. This profile option indicates the debug file name that resides in the debug file directory, if debugging is enabled for the Object Instantiation API. For example, If the profile option, EAM: Object Instantiation API Log Option, is set to Yes, the log of the activity process is saved in the directory determined by the path designated by the EAM: Object Instantiation API Log File Directory profile option. The name of the file that includes the activity process log is determined by the current profile option. This profile option is visible and changeable at the User level; it is visible and changeable at System Administrator's User, Responsibility, Application, and Site levels.

EAM: Object Instantiation API Log Option

The Object Instantiation API is called when a new asset number is created via the Asset Number window or if the Instantiate button is chosen within the Rebuildable Serial Number window. This profile option indicates whether debugging is enabled for the activity API. This profile option is visible and changeable at the User level; it is visible and changeable at System Administrator's User, Responsibility, Application, and Site levels.

EAM: PM Debug File (including complete file path)

This profile option indicates the directory location where debug files will be created if debug mode is enabled. The profile option is visible and changeable at the User level; it is visible and changeable at System Administrator's User, Responsibility, Application, and Site levels. The internal name of the profile option is EAM_DEBUG_FILE. The default value is a file path inserted by the auto-configuration utility, executed during the installation of the application, and appended by the file name, viz.eampmeng.log.

EAM: Trigger requisition for canceled/rejected quantity

This profile option specifies whether a requisition must be created when the status of a work order with a direct item is changed, such as put on hold, released or quantity is updated.

EAM: Use Work Order Org for EAM Endeca Security

This profile option is used in Endeca security. If set to Y or null, the work order organization is used for Endeca security. If it is set to N, the asset organization is used for Endeca security.

Profile Options in Other Applications

Profiles that help the eAM integration with other Oracle Applications are listed below. If you are implementing other Oracle Applications, you will need to set up additional profile options as appropriate. Please refer to the applications' respective user's guides or implementation manuals for more details.

Profile Options Summary in Other Applications
Profile Option User System Admin:
USER
System Admin:
RESP
System Admin:
APP
System Admin:
SITE
Required? Default
INV: Default Primary Unit of Measure View
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Y -
INV: Item Default Status View
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Y -
PO: Enable Direct Delivery To Shop Floor View
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N -

Profile Option Details in Other Applications

Relevant profile options in other applications are listed below:

INV: Default Primary Unit of Measure

You can specify any user-defined or seeded value for this profile.

INV: Item Default Status

You can specify any user-defined or seeded value for this profile.

PO: Enable Direct Delivery To Shop Floor

This profile option is a prerequisite for an eAM User to create Purchase Requisitions for Direct Items via Oracle Purchasing and iProcurement. This profile option must be set to Yes if you need to create Purchase Requisitions using Oracle Purchasing and iProcurement applications.

Related Topics

Personal Profile Values Window, Oracle Applications User's Guide

Overview of Setting User Profiles, Oracle Applications System Administrator's Guide

Common User Profile Options, Oracle Applications User's Guide