Using Forms + Reports 10g Builders with Release 12

[Oct 19, 2007 Update:  A bug prevented the execution of any Oracle Reports on 10.1.2.2 on the IBM AIX platform.  Patch 6341158 has been released to resolve this issue]

Good things always seem to happen while I'm out of the office.  This may be a good incentive for me to spend more time on vacation (even though my groaning inbox begs to differ).

Expenses R12 Screenshot:

While I was out, a new Note was published externally:
The newly-published Note 444248.1 provides the rest of the picture outlined in this companion document:
How Do These Notes Relate?

We now have a complementary set of documents.  Once you've upgraded your E-Business Suite Release 12 environment with the latest version of Forms & Reports 10g using Note 437878.1, you can configure your development environment using the guidelines and procedures in the newly-published Note 444248.1.

The latter Note is full of tips on:
  • Running the Forms 10g Builder
  • Running the Reports 10g Builder
  • Setting up an R12 environment with a separated Developer Suite 10.1.2 instance
  • Compiling forms and reports

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Comments:

Great post Steven,

Did Oracle internally have to upgrade any legacy forms and reports when it moved to Release 12?

Posted by A Taylor on September 06, 2007 at 12:45 PM PDT #

Thanks, Alan.  We're still in the process of upgrading Oracle's own E-Business Suite global single instance to Release 12.  I believe that the majority of our extensions have used our existing OAF Personalizations framework, which upgrade with minimal effort from 11i.  I don't have a lot of visibility into the reporting side, however.  I'll post a case study article here about our upgrade experiences as soon as we've rolled this out.Regards,Steven

Posted by Steven Chan on September 10, 2007 at 02:42 AM PDT #

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