UPK 3.1.6

Oracle has released another update to the User Productivity Kit to version 3.1.6 from the previous version 3.1.6

See below for the change document for UPK 3.1.6:

1:- MULTI-USER DEVELOPER AND USAGE TRACKING CHANGES
Added support for Oracle Databases v9i, v10g, and v11g.

2:- STANDARD JAVA CHANGES
Added support for Sun Java Runtime Environment (JRE) version 1.6.0_05.

3:- JD EDWARDS ENTERPRISEONE CHANGES
Added support for tools version 8.97 on application version 8.12.

SIEBEL CHANGES
4:- Added support for Siebel 7.7.2.9, 7.8.2.7, and 8.0.0.2.

 

Context ID’s implementation Question for Oracle Support

August 6, 2008 by nasirh

I had an issue where our organization was developing UPK content creation in a lower DEV instance with Context ID’s implemented and wanted to know whether the content would be effective in the PROD environment.  The main issue is that when a user clicks on Help in a specific area the Context ID is passed to UPK and it shows the applicable help content.  So, I sent an SR to Oracle:

QUESTION
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If I capture content on the Development Instance where Context ID’s are implemented, is this translated to the Production Instance(context Id’s implemented) once we go live? OR do I have to recreate/recapture UPK content again?

ANSWER
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The context ids that are captured are the context information used by Oracle help to load the correct help page. For example on the profiles query form the context id might be FNDPOMPV_PROFILE_QF. As long as both instances are at the same apps version then the same form should have the same context id as this is independent of the instance. Therefore, you should be able to use your content recorded on the Development instance to provide help content on the production instance.

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