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Oracle BPM 12.2.1 ADF Auto-Generation Issue Solutions by Dan Atwood

Juergen Kress
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Others may disagree, but I am a fan of creating the first cut of ADF forms for Oracle BPM using the human task's auto-generation feature.  While this worked well in previous releases, in 12.2.1.1, 12.2.1.2 and 12.2.1.3 small manual edits are now needed to eliminate the errors on the generated form.

There are now two types of errors caused by 12.2.1.x auto-generation - edAttTy errors and duplicate ID errors.

Patches

While this blog describes the manual edits you can make to the auto-generated .jspx files to correct the issues:

  • If you are on 12.2.1.1, you can request a backport against bug 24683218 and then apply the patch provided.  Until this patch is provided, continue to manually edit the generated .jspx files as described below.
  • If you are on 12.2.1.2, you can apply patch 25333619 to prevent auto-generation errors from occurring.
  • If you are on 12.2.1.3, you should only get the "duplicate ID" errors described below.  I have not tried it yet, but Support suggested applying patch 26317255 to prevent these auto-generation errors from occurring.  If this does not work, manually edit the generated .jspx files as described below.
edAttTy Errors

The first type of error on the generated page causes "Referenced id edAttTy does not exist" errors throughout the form:

Although customer support document Doc ID 2192543.1 describes the issue, this describes how the forms can be fixed. 

1. In JDeveloper, click the Source tab at the lower left corner of the form that has the error. Read the complete article here.

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