This blog article illustrates how to create direct links (aka deeplinks) to various pages of Oracle Fusion Applications. If you would like to do this in Oracle Sales Cloud please take a look at this blog article as the process is slightly different.
Below are examples of direct links from Oracle HCM and from Oracle Financials to illustrate the commonality between the way the function works in Fusion Applications.
When navigating to the Person Management screen the link looks like this::
https://<HOST_NAME>/hcmCore/faces/FndOverview?fnd=%3B%3B%3B%3Bfalse%3B256%3B%3B%3B &fndGlobalItemNodeId=itemNode_workforce_management__person_management &_adf.no-new-window-redirect=true &_adf.ctrl-state=1b532wjs56_5 &_afrLoop=6435279788503 &_afrWindowMode=2 &_afrWindowId=xkhwjhcv9#
The URL has been formatted for easy reading. Apart from the base URL the only parameter that is important is
fndGlobalItemNodeId this is id of the required page. In this case the id is
itemNode_workforce_management_person_management is the id of the Person Management page.
All the other parameters in the link are session data and will be automatically generated once the user has authenticated.
A bookmarkable URL to Person Management would look like this:
When a user navigates to the bookmarkable URL an authentication check will be performed and the user redirected to an authentication screen if they are not already logged in.
The following example is from Oracle Financials and will show how the principle is the same across Fusion Applications. The following is the link to the General Accounting Dashboard:
https://<HOST_NAME>/ledger/faces/FndOverview? fnd=%3B%3B%3B%3Bfalse%3B256%3B%3B%3B &fndGlobalItemNodeId=itemNode_general_accounting_general_accounting &_afrLoop=74469752345823 &_afrWindowMode=0 &_afrWindowId=aut6jcgb0 &_adf.ctrl-state=16zuoct0f5_1
The bookmarkable link without any session data would be like:
As you can see the same principle applies. Further IDs can be found by using the user interface and navigating to relevant pages.