Create Auto Customization Criteria OAF Search Page

1. Create a New Workspace and Project

Right click Workspaces and click create new OAworkspace and name it as PRajkumarCustSearch. Automatically a new OA Project will also be created. Name the project as CustSearchDemo and package as prajkumar.oracle.apps.fnd.custsearchdemo

 

2. Create a New Application Module (AM)

Right Click on CustSearchDemo > New > ADF Business Components > Application Module

Name -- CustSearchAM

Package -- prajkumar.oracle.apps.fnd.custsearchdemo.server

 

3. Enable Passivation for the Root UI Application Module (AM)

Right Click on CustSearchAM > Edit SearchAM > Custom Properties >

Name – RETENTION_LEVEL

Value – MANAGE_STATE

Click add > Apply > OK

 

4. Create Test Table and insert data some data in it (For Testing Purpose)

 

CREATE TABLE xx_custsearch_demo
(   -- ---------------------
    -- Data Columns
    -- ---------------------
    column1                  VARCHAR2(100),
    column2                  VARCHAR2(100),
    column3                  VARCHAR2(100),
    column4                  VARCHAR2(100),
    -- ---------------------
    -- Who Columns
    -- ---------------------
    last_update_date    DATE         NOT NULL,
    last_updated_by     NUMBER   NOT NULL,
    creation_date          DATE         NOT NULL,
    created_by               NUMBER   NOT NULL,
    last_update_login   NUMBER
 );

 

INSERT INTO xx_custsearch_demo VALUES('v1','v2','v3','v4',SYSDATE,0,SYSDATE,0,0);
INSERT INTO xx_custsearch_demo VALUES('v1','v3','v4','v5',SYSDATE,0,SYSDATE,0,0);
INSERT INTO xx_custsearch_demo VALUES('v2','v3','v4','v5',SYSDATE,0,SYSDATE,0,0);
INSERT INTO xx_custsearch_demo VALUES('v3','v4','v5','v6',SYSDATE,0,SYSDATE,0,0);

Now we have 4 records in our custom table

 

5. Create a New Entity Object (EO)

Right click on SearchDemo > New > ADF Business Components > Entity Object

Name – CustSearchEO

Package -- prajkumar.oracle.apps.fnd.custsearchdemo.schema.server

Database Objects -- XX_CUSTSEARCH_DEMO

 

Note – By default ROWID will be the primary key if we will not make any column to be primary key

 

Check the Accessors, Create Method, Validation Method and Remove Method

 

6. Create a New View Object (VO)

Right click on CustSearchDemo > New > ADF Business Components > View Object

Name -- CustSearchVO

Package -- prajkumar.oracle.apps.fnd.custsearchdemo.server

 

In Step2 in Entity Page select CustSearchEO and shuttle them to selected list

 

In Step3 in Attributes Window select columns Column1, Column2, Column3, Column4, and shuttle them to selected list

 

In Java page deselect Generate Java file for View Object Class: CustSearchVOImpl and Select Generate Java File for View Row Class: CustSearchVORowImpl

 

7. Add Your View Object to Root UI Application Module

Select Right click on CustSearchAM > Application Modules > Data Model

Select CustSearchVO and shuttle to Data Model list

 

8. Create a New Page

Right click on CustSearchDemo > New > Web Tier > OA Components > Page

Name -- CustSearchPG

Package -- prajkumar.oracle.apps.fnd.custsearchdemo.webui

 

9. Select the CustSearchPG and go to the strcuture pane where a default region has been created

 

10. Select region1 and set the following properties:

ID -- PageLayoutRN

Region Style -- PageLayout

AM Definition -- prajkumar.oracle.apps.fnd.custsearchdemo.server.CustSearchAM

Window Title – AutoCustomize Search Page Window

Title – AutoCustomization Search Page

Auto Footer -- True

 

11. Add a Query Bean to Your Page

Right click on PageLayoutRN > New > Region

Select new region region1 and set following properties

ID – QueryRN

Region Style – query

Construction Mode – autoCustomizationCriteria

Include Simple Panel – False

Include Views Panel – False

Include Advanced Panel – False

 

12. Create a New Region of style table

Right Click on QueryRN > New > Region Using Wizard

Application Module – prajkumar.oracle.apps.fnd.custsearchdemo.server.CustSearchAM

Available View Usages – CustSearchVO1

 

In Step2 in Region Properties set following properties

Region ID – CustSearchTable

Region Style – Table

 

In Step3 in View Attributes shuttle all the items (Column1, Column2, Column3, Column4) available in “Available View Attributes” to Selected View Attributes:

In Step4 in Region Items page set style to “messageStyledText” for all items

 

13. Select CustSearchTable in Structure Panel and set property Width to 100%

 

14. Include Simple Search Panel

Right Click on QueryRN > New > simpleSearchPanel

Automatically region2 (header Region) and region1 (MessageComponentLayout Region) created

Set Following Properties for region2

Id – SimpleSearchHeader

Text -- Simple Search

 

15. Now right click on message Component Layout Region (SimpleSearchMappings) and create two message text input beans and set the below properties to each

 

Message TextInputBean1

Id – SearchColumn1

Search Allowed – True

Data Type – VARCHAR2

Maximum Length –

CSS Class – OraFieldText

Prompt – Column1

 

Message TextInputBean2

Id – SearchColumn2

Search Allowed -- True

Data Type – VARCHAR2

Maximum Length – 100

CSS Class – OraFieldText

Prompt – Column2

 

16. Now Right Click on query Components and create simple Search Mappings. Then automatically SimpleSearchMappings and QueryCriteriaMap1 created

 

17.  Now select the QueryCriteriaMap1 and set the below properties

Id – SearchColumn1Map

Search Item – SearchColumn1

Result Item – Column1

 

18. Now again right click on simpleSearchMappings -> New -> queryCriteriaMap, and then set the below properties

Id – SearchColumn2Map

Search Item – SearchColumn2

Result Item – Column2

 

19. Congratulation you have successfully finished Auto Customization Search page. Run Your CustSearchPG page and Test Your Work

 

 

 

 

 

 

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