Monday, 17 January 2011


Configuring Oracle Applications Server For QTP Automation

Configuring Oracle Applications Server

Before starting to use your Oracle Add-in to test Oracle Applications, you must verify that the Oracle Name attribute is unique and then enable it. This chapter describes:
  • About Configuring Your Oracle Applications Server
  • Verifying Whether the Oracle Server Supplies Unique Name Attributes
  • Enabling the Oracle Name Attribute
About Configuring Your Oracle Applications Server

 The Oracle Applications server supplies a unique Name attribute for many application objects. You can also find the Oracle Applications server Name attribute in the Oracle Add-in developer name identification property. The developer name identification property is used by Quick Test in most test object descriptions to identify Oracle objects. Before starting to test Oracle Applications, you need to verify that the Oracle server supplies unique Name attributes and enable the Oracle Name attribute.

  
Verifying Whether the Oracle Server Supplies Unique Name Attributes
To check whether the server supplies unique Name attributes, use the Object Spy to point to a few edit boxes inside the Oracle application and view the developer name attribute. If the developer name is displayed in all capital letters in the format FORM: BLOCK:FIELD or FORM_BLOCK_FIELD, then the developer name attribute is supplied correctly. If the developer name value is empty, then the server does not supply unique Name attributes. To use the Oracle Add-in to test Oracle Applications, your Oracle server must supply unique Name attributes. Your Oracle server administrator can assist you in enabling unique Name attributes.

 To enable the Oracle server to supply unique Name attributes:

 1 Add the following line to the server configuration file

 (for example,$OA_HTML/bin/appsweb_UKTRN_hwu00001.cfg):

 otherparams=record=names

 2 Restart the Oracle server.

 Enabling the Oracle Name Attribute

Before using the Oracle Add-in to test Oracle Applications, you must first enable the Name attribute supplied by the Oracle Applications server.To enable the Name attribute when accessing the application directly: Add record=names to the URL parameters.

 For example:


  
To enable the Name attribute when using HTML to launch the Oracle application:

1 In the startup HTML file that is used to launch the application, locate the line:
2 Add the Oracle key: record=names.
 For example:



 To enable the Name attribute when using the Personal Home Page to launch your Forms 6 application:
Set up the following system profile option at (your) user level in order to enable the Name attribute:
1 Sign on to your Oracle application and select System Administrator responsibility.
2 Select Nav > Profile > System.
3 In the Find System Profile Values form:
 Confirm that Display: Site and Users contains your user logon.
 Enter %ICX%Launch% in the Profile box.
 Click the Find button.
4 Copy the value from the Site box of the ICX: Forms Launcher profile and paste it in the User box. Add &play=&record=names to the end of the URL in the User box.
5 Save your transaction.
6 Sign on again using your user name.
Note: If the ICX: Forms Launcher profile option is not updatable at the user level, access Application Developer and select the Updatable check box for the ICX_FORMS_LAUNCHER profile.

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