Note:- Create this Procedure in APPS schema. This Procedure will register the table and it’s column in Applications.

Note:- The procedure has two IN paramters. First would would have the Application_Short_Name where you want to register the table and Second Paramter would have the table name you want to register.

Note:- Even through, if table is not created and we are trying to register some table name with this procedure, then it will register the table name but with no columns in it.

Note:- After registering the table, if you want to confirm it from Oracle Application Front end then, you can check in Application Developer Responsibility.

Navigation:-

Application Developer–>Application–>Database–>Table

Why you need to Register any table in Application?
A) It is important to know, why we need to register any table in the Oracle Application.
If you want to use any table in value set or Oracle Alerts, then you need to
register that table in the Application.

Note:- All we need to give the table name. Rest the values which are needed to register the table or Column in applications would be taken from database automatically. This saves lot of developer time.

I hope you find this post useful in your development work. For any issues or suggestion related to this post, please leave your comment for this post. I will try to reply as soon as possible.

CREATE OR REPLACE PROCEDURE proc_ad_ad
(ap_sname VARCHAR2, ptable_name VARCHAR2)

IS
CURSOR c1
IS
SELECT ROWNUM, column_name, data_type, data_length
FROM all_tab_columns
WHERE table_name = upper(ptable_name);

va c1%ROWTYPE;
BEGIN
ad_dd.register_table (ap_sname, ptable_name, ‘T’);

OPEN c1;

LOOP
FETCH c1
INTO va;

EXIT WHEN c1%NOTFOUND;
ad_dd.register_column (ap_sname,
ptable_name,
va.column_name,
va.ROWNUM,
va.data_type,
va.data_length,
‘Y’,
‘N’
);
DBMS_OUTPUT.put_line ( va.ROWNUM
‘ ‘
va.column_name
‘ ‘
va.data_type
‘ ‘
va.data_length
);
END LOOP;

CLOSE c1;

COMMIT;
END proc_ad_ad;

Example:-

create table phani (col1 varchar2(10), col2 number, col3 date);

begin
proc_ad_ad(‘AU’, ‘OracleERPApps’);
end;

In the above Example, we have created the table and trying to register the same table in Application using the Procedure. 

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