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May 6, 2015

5/06/2015 11:52:00 PM

who columns

1)Open the internet Explorer connect to Oracle Applications
2)Enter the         User Name  :OPERATIONS
    Password   :WELCOME
3)Select the Responsibility called 'System Administrator'
4)Open the User form.
 Security => User =>Define
5)Enter User Name and Password attach the Responsibilities whatever we required
for ex System Administrator
   Application Developer
6)Exit from the Appication
 File => Exit Oracle Applications
 7)Connect to Oracle apps enter new user name password system will shows the message
like  'Password Has Expired' 
8)Enter the New Password Press Ok Button

Short Cuts:

1)To Query All the Records Press CTRL+F11
2)To Query Specific Records
     i)Open the Form
    ii)Press F11    (Form will comes into Query mode)
   iii)Enter Search Criteria in any field
    iV)Press CTRL+F11
3)To Close Form = F4
5)To Save the Records CTRL+S

Effective Date From and To:
In most of the Oracle Application forms we will find two field like
Effective Date From
Effective Date To
In some of the forms once we create records and save. We can not delete from database
that time we can go for Disable/Enable the record by using these two fields
Finding Table NameS/Column Names:
1)Help => Record History which will shows the Table Name
2)Help Menu=>Diagnastics=>Examine=>Enter the Password(APPS)=>We can find the Column Name
WHO Columns:
WHO Column Will be used to find out the History of the record
we can find from front End Also
Help=>Record History
CREATED_BY      - Which User has created the Record(Userid)
CREATION_DATE   - at what time user has created (SYSDATE)
LAST_UPATED_BY   -Which User has updated recentley(UserID)
LAST_UPDATE_DATE -at what time user has Updated (SYSDATE)
LAST_LOGON_DATE - At what time user last Login Time

Find the Login UserName:
Help Menu=>About Oracle Applications

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