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Not Null Check Box Is Not Showing In The Interface Attribute Definition (Doc ID 2289613.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 13, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Web Applications Desktop Integrator - Version 12.2.6 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Not Null Check Box is not showing in the interface attribute Definition

Reproduce Steps
The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1.Create a table with attributes NOT NULL.
2.Register them
3. Go to WebADI and create an integrator and check from Interface whether
the NOT NULL status of the attribute can be changed or not.

sqlplus bne/<bne_password>

create table <table_name> (
emp_number number not null
, emp_first_name varchar(32) not null
, emp_last_name varchar2(30) not null

sqlplus apps/apps>

CREATE synonym <table_name> FOR bne.<table_name>;
EXEC ad_dd.register_table ('BNE', '<table_name>', 'T');
EXEC ad_dd.register_column ( 'BNE','<table_name>L','EMP_NUMBER', 1, 'NUMBER', 22, 'N', 'N');
EXEC ad_dd.register_column ( 'BNE','<table_name>','EMP_FIRST_NAME', 2, 'VARCHAR2', 32, 'N', 'N');
EXEC ad_dd.register_column ( 'BNE','<table_name>','EMP_LAST_NAME', 3, 'VARCHAR2', 30, 'N', 'N');

Bounce Apache.

Create an integrator
Integrator Name: <integrator_name>
Internal Name: <internal name of the integrator>
Application: Web Applications Desktop Integrator
Reporting Only: Unchecked
Enabled: Yes
Display in Create Document Page: Checked

Add Security Rule Functions - Desktop Integration - Create Document

Click on Next

Enter the following in Interface: Create Interface

Interface Name:  <interface name>
Interface Type: TABLE
Table Name: <table_name>

Click on Apply

Select '<interface name>'


Check if 'Not Null' Check Box is showing in the interface attribute Definition.


bne mds/wdf/interfaces/webui BneInterfaceColumnRN.xml 120.8.12020000.8
Fix summary: Changed NotNullFlag to Read only always, and rendered only when interface is created from TABLE.


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