Thank you Matthieu. You bring up a very good point. The question would have been more useful if there was a "don't ever look" option. Did not think of that when I was putting the question together. Will ask the other guys if we can include that question in the follow up survey.
Thank you as well Dom for that catch! Have made the change to the question.
Sample application contains two ADF Task Flows, both are using the same VO instance from shared Data Control:
Proactively keeping your systems patched with the most current code is an important way to avoid having issues, but you may worry about what impact installing a large new patch will have on the functionality of the product and how you use it.
Anyone who reads my blog regularly might be tired of me praising user groups, but I believe it is worth repeating myself. The type of information sharing you get from user groups is unique and very valuable, it is important for Oracle to support that, be aware of it, but not interfere. I have been involved with the Oracle Apps User Group via the GL SIG for several years now but I will never push my agenda, I listen, provide information or presentations that are requested and I learn. Many of my colleagues will tell you the same.
In continuation of our somewhat high-level 'back to school' series on Siebel Open UI we today tackle the big question "to script or not to script?".
The attentive long-time visitor that you hopefully are to this humble blog, you might already know the answer (as in 'my answer').
"Stay away from script as far as you can."
Presenting at Sangam14 - Sunday November 9th 2014 in Bangalore, India
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