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AOL Terminology

A responsibility is a level of authority in Oracle Applications that lets users access only those Oracle Applications functions and data appropriate to their roles in an organization.
Request Group:
It is a collection of concurrent Programs. It is used to request programs from the responsibility.
Data Group:
It is a collection of Modules used to integrate one or more Modules for cross application transfer of data, cross application reporting and cross application reference. If we want to get data from other Modules we need to define those modules in the Data Group.
A function is a part of an application’s functionality that is registered under a unique name for the purpose of assigning it to, or excluding it from, a menu (and by extension, a responsibility).
A menu is a collection of Sub‐Menus and Functions.
Concurrent Program:
It is an instance of an execution file, along with parameter definitions and incompatibilities. Several concurrent programs may use the same execution file to perform their specific tasks, each having different parameter defaults and incompatibilities.
Concurrent Program Executable:
It is an executable file that performs a specific task. The file may be a program written in a standard language, a reporting tool or an operating system language.

Concurrent Request:
It is a request to run a concurrent program as a concurrent process.
Concurrent Process:
It is an instance of a running concurrent program that runs simultaneously with other concurrent processes.
Concurrent Manager:
It is a program that processes user’s requests and runs concurrent programs. System Administrators define concurrent managers to run different kinds of requests.
Value Set:
The value set is a collection (or) container of values. It provides list of values to the end user to accept one of the values as report parameter value.
A user profile is a set of changeable options that affects the way your applications run. Oracle Application Object Library establishes a value for each option in a user’s profile when the user logs on or changes responsibility.
Key Flexfields:
They are used to capture mandatory or Key Business information of the Organization. Each Key Flex Field is having its own base Table.
Descriptive Flexfields:
They are used to capture the additional or extra Business information of the organization. DFF are used to add extra accounts, those changes from one business to another business. All DFF columns are defined as Attribute Columns. All these columns are defined in the transaction table itself. There are around 5000+ DFF available.
FlexField Qualifiers:
A Flex field qualifier identifies a particular segment of a key flex field. These are based on Key Flex Fields (KFF). FFQs are varry from one KFF to another KFF and it is not compulsory that all the KFF should have FFQs.
Segment Qualifiers:
A Segment Qualifier identifies a particular type of value in a single segment of a key flex field. Segment Qualifier is based on FFQs and it is not compulsory that all the FFQs should have Segment Qualifiers.
Dynamic Insertion:
Dynamic Insertion is the insertion of new valid combination into a Key Flexfields Combinations Table from a form other than the combinations form.
Oracle Alert facilitates the flow of information within your organization by letting you create entities called alerts. Oracle Alert will send messages or perform predefined actions in an action set when important events occur. Alert is a mechanism that checks your database for a specific exception condition. Alerts are used to monitor your business information and to notify you of the information you want.
Standard Request Submission:
SRS provides you with a set of windows for running reports and Programs and a set of windows for creating groups of reports and programs to run together.
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