Oracle App Using Flash Message in Forms Personalization
Responsibility: Application Developer
Navigation: Application > Messages
Create new message
Name: XX_TEST
Current Text Message: This is a test message for &USER_NAME
Save and close form.
Generate the message
Responsibility: Application Developer
Click on View > Requests in the menu to execute a concurrent program. Select Generate Messages program.

Click on Help > Diagnostics > Custom Code > Personalize
Create a new Personalization
Click on Actions
Sequence 10
Type: Builtin
Description: Retrieve the msg
Builtin Type: Execute a procedure
Argument: FND_MESSAGE.SET_NAME(‘XXCUST’, ‘XX_TEST’)
Sequence 11
Type: Builtin
Description: Set the USER token
Builtin Type: Execute a Procedure
Argument: fnd_message.set_token (‘USERNAME’, fnd_profile.value(‘USERNAME’))
Sequence 12
Type: Builtin
Description: Set the ORG token
Builtin Type: Execute a Procedure
Argument: fnd_message.set_token (‘ORG_ID’, fnd_profile.value(‘ORG_ID’))
Sequence 13
Type: Message
Description: Display the msg
Message Type: Show
Message Text: =FND_MESSAGE.GET

Below is the list of tables that are populated when any Forms Personalization is done

FND_FORM_CUSTOM_RULES
FND_FORM_CUSTOM_SCOPES
FND_FORM_CUSTOM_ACTIONS
FND_FORM_CUSTOM_PARAMS
FND_FORM_CUSTOM_PROP_VALUES
FND_FORM_CUSTOM_PROP_LIST

You can FNDLOAD utility to move one instance to another.

Or export and import this records from one instance to other. But make sure the sequences are altered 🙂

The below script list all the forms in Oracle Applications that have been customized using Forms Personlization:

select distinct a.form_name , a.enabled, c.USER_FORM_NAME, d.APPLICATION_NAME 
from FND_FORM_CUSTOM_RULES a,
     FND_FORM b,
     FND_FORM_TL c,
     fnd_application_tl d
where enabled = ‘Y’
and a.form_name = b.form_name
and b.form_id = c.form_id
and b.application_id = d.application_id

order by application_name;

Based on a request, here is the details on how parameter can be enabled/disabled based another parameter value.
Below is the requirement
There are 2 valuesets parameter. If for parameter 1 user selects Yes then the other paramter should be enabled whereas if No is selected then the parameter should remain disabled. This can be achieved by using a hidden parameter as explained below.

Step1: Need 3 value sets for 3 parameter.
Value set1 = BOM_SRS_YES_NO (Oracle Defined)
Value Set2 = AMS_SRS_CHAR1 (Oracle Defined)
Value Set3 = SV_DEPENDENT_VS (User Defined)


Step2: Create Concurrent program as displayed in the screenshot below
Parameter1: Main Parameter

Parameter2: Hidden PArameter

Parameter3: Dependent Parameter

Step3: Assign concurrent program to a request group and test your program.