How do you return status code to concurrent request that calls a shell script through HOST program. Host scripts run as concurrent request have two options, competed normal and error. Return (0) - Normal Return (1) - Error How to pass an environment(such as $APPLCSF) variable to a Host Concurrent Program? Normally , host scripts [...]
ORDER MANAGEMENT 12.1 OCT 2014 CUMULATIVE PATCH 17785966 has been released!!The best way to stay ahead of data and program issues is to apply the latest cumulative patches (RUPs) at your first opportunity. You can review the current list of cumulative patches via Order Management Cumulative Patches for Releases:11.5.10, 12.0.4, and 12.1, Doc ID 453944.1.
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The term "catch weight product" refers to a class of product (typically food) that cannot be portioned to a predetermined quantity and hence is usually sold in packages of varying quantity. Ex: chicken, meat, flowers, oils, etc.,.
Oracle Order Management and Advanced Pricing support the catch weight functionality and provide the flexibility for the business to generate the invoice based on the secondary UOM.
Catch Weight Processing Benefits:
At Oracle OpenWorld, there was a lot of Oracle ADF material. I presented on Oracle ADF Bindings as part of the well-attended ADF track on User Group Sunday, and Oracle also gave some very interesting presentations on new and coming features in ADF. For example there is now an ADF component that you can use to visualize any network of nodes and edges.
From time to time and for various reasons, we must be able to identify a record in a Siebel database as either belonging to the ever-growing set of Siebel seed data or as having been created by the customer.
Probably the easiest way to identify a record as seed data is to use the ROW_ID value. For example, let's go to the Product Administration view and run a query such as the following.
[Id] LIKE "0*"