Sunday, October 21, 2012

To Test Self Service Framework installation



·  Log in to Applications using the System Administrator responsibility.
 
·  Using the Define User Form, add the following responsibility to a test user who will access the Oracle Self Service Applications:
Preferences (This is the standard Oracle Self Service Preferences Responsibility.)
Workflow User Web Applications (This is the standard Workflow User Responsibility. This will allow your test user to access the Workflow Worklist Notification User Interface.) 

OA Framework ToolBox Tutorial and OA Framework ToolBox Tutorial Labs ( These Responsibilities allow your test user to access the new OA Framework Toolbox Tutorial application pages. 

·  To add Lookup Type/Lookup Codes HTML interface for a System Administrator who will add new lookup types of codes, use the Define User Form, add the following responsibilities
System Administration (This is the standard Oracle Self Service Administration Responsibility.) 
·  Test the setup of your OA Framework Apache Environment.
 
  1. Bring up a browser and log in to Self Service Applications using the test user name to which you just added the Workflow User Web Applications responsibility.
       
  2. From the Navigate Region on the Self Service Personal Home Page, click on the Workflow User Web Applications responsibility.
     
  3. From the list of Workflow functions under the Workflow User Web Applications on the right side of screen, click on the Advanced Worklist option. After a few seconds of initialization on the Http Server, the new Workflow Worklist should appear. If it does not, then please review the Troubleshooting guide below to ensure the various components are setup correctly.
·  Test the setup of your OA Framework run-time environment.
  1. Bring up a browser and log in to Self Service Applications using the test user name to which you just added the OA Framework ToolBox Tutorial responsibility.
  2. Under the list of options under the Tutorial heading, click on Lessons 4 –7:Transactions
  3. Test the Suppliers page
    • Enter MicroEdge in the Supplier field and click on the Go button to search for a supplier by that name
    • You should see MicroEdge Electronics displayed under the Results:Suppliers table
    • Click on the Create Supplier button
      • Fill in the fields and follow the flow to create a new Supplier
You should be able to create a new Supplier and then search and query up that Supplier

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