SELECT hca.account_number,rc.customer_name, hp.party_type,hp.party_name
 FROM hz_parties hp, hz_Cust_Accounts hca,ar.ra_customers rc
WHERE hp.party_id = hca.party_id
and rc.customer_id=hca.cust_Account_id
  AND hca.cust_account_id IN (
         SELECT   customer_id
             FROM ap_bank_account_uses_all bauses,
                  ap_bank_accounts_all bacct
            WHERE bauses.external_bank_account_id = bacct.bank_account_id
              AND primary_flag = ‘Y’
         GROUP BY customer_id)
          HAVING COUNT (DISTINCT (external_bank_account_id)) > 1)
Oracle Application Object Library uses values; value sets and validation tables as important components of key FLEXFIELDs, descriptive FLEXFIELDs, and Standard Request Submission. This section helps you understand, use and change values, value sets, and validation tables. When you first define your FLEXFIELDs, you choose how many segments you want to use and what order you want them to appear. You also choose how you want to validate each of your segments. The decisions you make affect how you define your value sets and your values. You define your value sets first, either before or while you define your FLEXFIELD segment structures. You typically define your individual values only after your FLEXFIELD has been completely defined (and frozen and compiled). Depending on what type of value set you use, you may not need to predefine individual values at all before you can use your FLEXFIELD.
You can share value sets among segments in different FLEXFIELDs, segments in different structures of the same FLEXFIELD, and even segments within the same FLEXFIELD structure. You can share value sets across key and descriptive FLEXFIELDs. You can also use value sets for report parameters for your reports that use the Standard Request Submission feature.
Because the conditions you specify for your value sets determine what values you can use with them, you should plan both your values and your value sets at the same time. For example, if your values are 01, 02 instead of 1, 2, you would define the value set with Right–Justify Zero–fill set to Yes.
Value set is nothing but List of Values with validations. We can use the Value Sets when ever the Concurrent Program has parameters and while defining the Flex Fields. We have to attach the value sets to the Concurrent Program. Validations are depending on Client Requirement.
Value sets are of 8 types.There are several validation types that affect the way users enter and use segment or parameter values:
1. None (not validated at all)
2. Independent
3. Dependent
4. Table
5. Special (advanced)
6. Pair (advanced)
7. Translatable Independent
8. Translatable Dependent

You cannot change the validation type of an existing value set, since your changes affect all FLEXFIELDs and report parameters that use the same value set.

None: You use a None type value set when you want to allow users to enter any value so long as that value meets the value set formatting rules. That is, the value must not exceed the maximum length you define for your value set, and it must meet any format requirements for that value set. For example, if the value set does not allow alphabetic characters, your user could not enter the value ABC, but could enter the value 456 (for a value set with maximum length of three). The values of the segment using this value set are not otherwise validated, and they do not have descriptions. Because a NONE value set is not validated, a segment that uses this value set does not provide a list of values for your users. A segment that uses this value set (that is, a non–validated segment) cannot use FLEXFIELD value security rules to restrict the values a user can enter.
Independent > An Independent value set provides a predefined list of values for a segment. These values can have an associated description. For example, the value 01 could have a description of ‘Company 01’. The meaning of a value in this value set does not depend on the value of any other segment. Independent values are stored in an Oracle Application Object Library table. You define independent values using an Oracle Applications window, Segment Values.

Table > A table–validated value set provides a predefined list of values like an independent set, but its values are stored in an application table. You define which table you want to use, along with a WHERE cause to limit the values you want to use for your set. Typically, you use a table–validated set when you have a table whose values are already maintained in an application table (for example, a table of vendor names maintained by a Define Vendors form). Table validation also provides some advanced features such as allowing a segment to depend upon multiple prior segments in the same structure.

Dependent > A dependent value set is similar to an independent value set, except that the available values in the list and the meaning of a given value depend on which independent value was selected in a prior segment of the FLEXFIELD structure. You can think of a dependent value set as a collection of little value sets, with one little set for each independent value in the corresponding independent value set. You must define your independent value set before you define the dependent value set that depends on it. You define dependent values in the Segment Values windows, and your values are stored in an Oracle Application Object Library table.

Special and Pair Value Sets:
Special and pair value sets provide a mechanism to allow a”FLEXFIELD–within–a–FLEXFIELD”. These value sets are primarily used for Standard Request Submission parameters. You do not generally use these value sets for normal FLEXFIELD segments. Special and Pair value sets use special validation routines you define. For example, you can define validation routines to provide another FLEXFIELD as a value set for a single segment or to provide a range FLEXFIELD as a value set for a pair of segments.

Translatable Independent and Translatable Dependent :A Translatable Independent value set is similar to Independent value set in that it provides a predefined list of values for a segment. However, a translated value can be used. A Translatable Dependent value set is similar to Dependent value set in that the available values in the list and the meaning of a given value depend on which independent value was selected in a prior segment of the FLEXFIELD structure. However, a translated value can be used. FLEXFIELD Value Security cannot be used with Translatable Independent or Translatable Dependent value sets. For format validation, translatable value sets must use the format type Char. The maximum size must be no greater than 150. The Number Only option and the Right–justify and Zero–Fill Numbers option cannot be used with translatable value sets. Range FLEXFIELDs cannot use Translatable Independent or Translatable Dependent value sets.

Navigation Path for Value Set Creation:
Application-> Validation -> Set.
Once we create Independent & Dependent valueset then we can attach values to the valueset by using the following Navigation.
Application -> -> Validation
-> Values (To create values for value set)
NOTE: Once we attach any value to Independent & Dependent we can’t delete that value, but we can disable that value. Duplicate values are not allowed in list of values.

Develop a Report using Query and by creating valueset :Select USER_ID, USERNAME From FND_USER Where
USER_ID Between :X AND :Y
:$FLEX$ – It is One of the Oracle applications Key word which we use to get the prevents parameter value in current list of values “WHERE Clause”. We can be use Table Values in the “Where Clause Box”.
Query Using: $FLEX$
Note: We can give Where Clause Condition in creation of Second Value Set.
Select *

In Where Clause write the statement as

When ever we have to restrict the user with in the given values we use Range. For example when ever our parameter is having “From Date and To Date” we have to use Range option to restrict the user to enter the values between Low and High.
Pre defined value set for date is “FND_DATE” and its default format is “DD-MON-YY”.Alias name is mandatory when we are specifying ‘:$FLEX$’ and Column Name in ‘Additional Column’.

Oracle Applications Standards for New Report Developments…
For developing a Report in Oracle Applications we should follow three standards.
1. Creation of Bind Variable – P_CONC_REQUEST_ID: We must create a Bind Variable called “P_CONC_REQUEST_ID” (We can’t change this name. It is standard name.). If we run Conc. Prgm. from SRS window, it will give a Request ID. It will get store in ‘P_CONC_REQUEST_ID” automatically. This Bind Variable is useful, when we call another Conc. Prgm. with in a Conc. Prgm.

2. FND SRWINIT in Before Report Trigger:
We call the USER_EXIT (‘FND SRWINIT’) form Before Report Trigger. Syntax is
This USER_EXIT is initializing the user profiles in the report trigger i.e., before getting the date from the Database.
While executing the Conc. Prgm. the system allocate memory for the program which contains all details of user. In above syntax,
SRW.USER_EXIT refers to D2K and purpose of this is, when we want to transfer the control from execution of report to other 3rd generation language and again transfer the control to report execution.
FND SRWINIT refers to Oracle Applications. Purpose of this is to get the “User Profile”.
3. FND SRWEXIT in After Report Trigger:
We call the USER_EXIT (‘FND SRWEXIT’) form After Report Trigger. Syntax is
This USER_EXIT is frees the memory which is occupied by user profiles.

If we want to run the SQL script from the Concurrent Program window then we should follow the below steps.
1. Develop the SQL*plus (.SQL)
2. Transfer the SQL script file (.sql) file from local machine to the server in to respectable path CUST_TOP/11.5.0/SQL/.SQL
Then we have to follow the steps to implement (to run from Concurrent Program window) in Oracle Applications.
1. Create executable by executable method SQL*plus
2. Define Concurrent Program, attach executable, parameters, incompatibilities
3. Attach Concurrent Program to request group.
4. Attach request to responsibility
5. Attach responsibility to user
6. User will submit from SRS window.

Simple SQL Script:
Column user_id format 99999999
Column user_name format a50
Column ucreation_date format a11

Prompt *****************************
Prompt This is SQL* Plus Script
Prompt *****************************

SELECT user_id, user_name,creation_date
FROM end_user;

SQL Script with Parameter:
Inside of SQL script we can receive the parameter value by using &1, &2, &3 and so on. First Concurrent Program parameter value will come in the place, where we have mention &1. Second Concurrent Program parameter in to &2 and so on…
We can define max of 100 PARAMETERS for a Concurrent Program.
The Format Type of Concurrent Program output should be ‘TEXT’.