By Richard Bingham-Oracle on Nov 24, 2015
|Learn how to get a unique number value for use in your customization.
|Occasionally you may wish to include product data in your Sales Cloud customization work and this article looks at the methods available.
|As mentioned in our series of articles with performance related recommendations, the origin of this information is from observational analysis by Oracle's own group of performance experts and is fully explained in a whitepaper. This exciting document, entitled "Customizing Oracle Sales Cloud Using Application Composer - Performance Best Practices", offers a broad mixture of architectural approaches and coding techniques to help ensure the speed and efficiency of your customizations and extensions.|
Our cheatsheet series provides a library of reference information to help developers working with the Fusion Applications platform.The documents can be saved or printed locally and used as an instant reminder during solution design and development. Cheatsheets cover many topics and if you have any specific feedback, ideas or requirements please let us know using the comments below.
This single page cheatsheet covers useful statements and APIs when starting out with groovy scripting in Oracle Sales Cloud. It also includes links to more detailed resources that cover working with data records, accessing web services, and other common scripting scenarios.
|This short article looks at concatenating values using the useful StringBuilder class available within Groovy.
|Learn how to control access to your extensions and customizations through scripting.|
|In this article we look at the built-in functions available to work with BASE64 encoding.|
|Although used in many of our tips-and-tricks type articles, this post provides newcomers an overview of the ways you can call web services from Oracle Sales Cloud.|
|Understanding some subtle differences in the methods available for querying records using a ViewCriteria.|
How to use a ViewCriteria to query just the records your script needs.