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Form Personalization in OPM forms. (Doc ID 797823.1)

Last updated on APRIL 23, 2024

Applies to:

Oracle Process Manufacturing Product Development - Version 11.5.10 to 12.1.3 [Release 11.5 to 12.1]
Information in this document applies to any platform.


This document is designed to provide you with the basic setups required to achieve various personalization scenarios in Forms. We have taken the OPM forms as examples. But the set up described in this document is very much generic and can be used across all modules.

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Form Personalization Overview

Allows you to make declarative changes to a form. Changes get applied at runtime when the proper trigger event occurs. Changes can get applied based on who you are and other conditions.

You can:

  • Change object properties
  • Execute certain Forms bulletins
  • Display messages
  • Activate menu entries

Points to remember:

Form Personalization's allows you to fundamentally alter the behavior of the product that Oracle ships, and access any and all data. Therefore, this feature should only be made available to trusted users. Avoid building Personalization's on a production system. Form Personalization's should first be entered and thoroughly QA’ed on a test system before they are loaded to a production system.

Also, the personalization should not be made in such a way that the inbuilt standard functionality is disturbed.


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In this Document
 Form Personalization Overview
 Topic 1 : Hide a Particular field .
  Topic 2 : Make Field Mandatory.
 Topic 3 : Make Field Non-updatable.
 Topic 4 : Change Field Description.
 Topic 5 : Override Condition in LOV.
 AND bh.batch_status IN (2,3) /*-- wip or completed */
 AND bh.batch_status IN (1,2,3) /*-- Pending ,wip or completed */
 Topic 6 : Move the checkboxes in form.
 Topic 7 : Warning messages.
 Topic 8 : Add Menu
Topic 9 : Add messages to NEW MENU.

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