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How to Enable Personalization link for OAF Pages using Profile Options

To Access OAF Personalization in Oracle Apps, we need to set the values of following profiles options to enable Personalization Page link in OAF Pages. You can enable these profile options at all levels (Function, Site, Responsibility, User)

These four profile options are mandatory for working on OAF personalization in apps. To Assign these Profile Options, we need to go to System Administrator or Functional Administrator Responsibility.

System Administrator -> Profile -> System
Functional Administrator -> Core Services -> Profiles

Profile Name
Profile Value
FND: Diagnostics
Personalize Self-Service Defn
FND: Personalization Region Link Enabled
Yes / Minimal
Disable Self-Service Personal


1. FND: Diagnostics
Setting the FND: Diagnostics (FND_DIAGNOSTICS) profile option to “Yes” will enable the diagnostics global button to be rendered on the screen.

2. Personalize Self-Service Defn
Set the value to Yes to allow ‘Personalize’ link to appear at the right top of the OAF page.

3. FND: Personalization Region Link Enabled
It renders the “Personalize  Region” links above each  region in a page. Each link  takes you first to the Choose Personalization Context page, then to the Page Hierarchy Personalization page with focus on the region node from which  you selected the “Personalize  Region” link.

Two Options
Set the value to Yes to display all the personalization links above each OAF page region.
Set the value to Minimal to display key regional links.

4. Disable Self-Service Personal
Set the value to No will enable all OAF personalizations on all pages at all levels (Function, Site, Responsibility, User)

3 replies
  1. MIsip
    MIsip says:

    Hi, i’ve already enabled these said profiles but the “Personalization” link is still isn’t showing in the Menu. are there other steps to take? please advise.


    • Velmurugan
      Velmurugan says:


      Check the Profile “Personalize Self-Service Defn” Value has given at appropriate Level(Site/Responsibility/User). Sometimes, you need to re-login to see the changes.


  2. Gheard
    Gheard says:

    You need to clear the cache

    Functional Administrator: (T) Core Services: Caching Framework: Global Configuration: (B) Clear All Cache: (B) Yes


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