By LuciaC-Oracle on Jul 14, 2014
Oracle Asset Tracking (OAT) includes a number of client extention hooks that can be used to change the default logic of OAT. These client extention hooks can offer great flexibility for customers to implement their own logic to derive the attributes for a fixed asset during the asset creation/move processes in the OAT module.
Empty stubs are shipped with OAT via package CSE_ASSET_CLIENT_EXT_STUB (CSEFASTB.pls). Custom code needs to be added in a number of of stubs in order to override the default functionality.
In the document 'How To Customize Oracle Asset Tracking to Meet Specific Business Requirements' (Doc ID 1674412.1) we list the stubs that are available and what each one can be used for.
This is a great resource for any customers who need to customize the standard functionality. If you have any questions, remember that our experts in the MOS Install Base Community are there to help!