New Web ADI Update Available for EBS 12.1.3

January 29, 2018 | 2 minute read
Steven Chan
Senior Director
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Oracle Web Applications Desktop Integrator (Web ADI) allows you to use Microsoft Office applications such as Excel, Word, and Project to upload data to Oracle E-Business Suite. For example, you can use Excel to create formatted spreadsheets on your desktop to download, view, edit, validate, and upload Oracle E-Business Suite data. 

We have just released a Web ADI update for EBS 12.1.3 with new functionality:

  • Digital Signature Support

    Some security options within Microsoft Excel allow files containing macros to be opened only if the files are digitally signed to identify them as coming from a trusted source. You can now set a profile option to have Oracle Web Applications Desktop Integrator affix a digital signature to the spreadsheets you create. Users will then be able to open the spreadsheets created by Oracle Web Applications Desktop Integrator with the higher Microsoft Excel security settings.

  • Desktop Integration Framework

    The Oracle E-Business Suite Desktop Integration Framework user interface is enhanced to let you define Java contents, an uploader, and an importer for an integrator, as well as to let you test an integrator definition and view an integrator definition in read-only mode.

You can download the update here:

This is a cumulative bundle patch update that includes all previously-released Web ADI updates for EBS 12.1.3.


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Steven Chan

Senior Director

Steven Chan was a Senior Director in the Oracle Applications Technology Group.  He managed EBS technology stack certifications, ATG product management, ATG documentation and curriculum, and ATG Quality Assurance in the E-Business Suite Development division.

Steven joined Oracle in 1998.  Steven retired from Oracle in 2019. Prior to joining Oracle, he held positions with IBM, Deloitte & Touche Consulting, and other software companies. 

Steven is an Oracle ACE and a three-time recipient of the Oracle Applications User Group 'Ambassador of the Year' Award (2007, 2009, 2010). Steven received the Oracle Applications User Group Lifetime Service Award in 2011.

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