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R12 Web ADI Profile Options

Identifying Web ADI Profile Options


These profile options can be set to control specific Web ADI functions in your system.

Identifying Form Functions, Menus, and Responsibilities in Web ADI

Form Functions
This is a list of form functions that are automatically created. Note that integrators are
not installed with Web ADI, but with their associated products.

Menus
The Desktop Integration Menu is created with the following prompts:
Create Document (BNE_ADI_ CREATE_DOCUMENT)
Define Layout (BNE_ADI_DEFINE_LAYOUT)
Define Mapping (BNE_ADI_DEFINE_MAPPING)
Manage Document Links (BNE_ADI_LOB_MANAGEMENT)
Setup Options (BNE_ADI_SETUP_OPTIONS)
Define Style Sheet (BNE_ADI_DEFINE_STYLESHEET)
Responsibility
The Desktop Integration responsibility is created with the Desktop Integration Menu.

Journal Upload using Desktop Integrator (Web ADI)

Overview
Web Applications Desktop Integrator is a tool that leverages the standard desktop
applications to perform some of the Oracle E-Business Suite task.
The Web ADI brings Oracle E-Business suite to the desktop where familiar desktop tool
like Excel can be used to create spreadsheet, enter and modify data in the spreadsheet
and finally upload the data into the Oracle Applications.
Web ADI can be very useful for the users who are experienced with Excel and will like to
use Excel to enter the data related to Oracle Applications.
These users can use the special features of excel i.e. copy, paste, drag cells to increment
and various arithmetic functions to optimize their business task and increase their
productivity.
Data that is entered into the spreadsheet can then be finally be uploaded in to the Oracle
Applications with or without validation.
Features:
Works Via Internet
Web ADI uses the Internet Computing Architecture that lowers the total cost of
ownership by having the product installed centrally at one place. This feature is very
much unlike client ADI where the product needs to be installed at all the client machines.
Only Internet browser and Microsoft Excel is required at client machine to access Web
ADI.
Validates Data
The data entered in the spreadsheet can be uploaded into the Oracle Applications. The
data during upload can be validated against the segment security rules and cross
validation rules defined in Oracle Applications. If any errors are found, messages are
returned directly to the spreadsheet, enabling you to correct the errors and successfully
upload the data.
Enables Customizations

The Layout functionality can be used to modify the user interface of the spreadsheet.
The appearance, the position of the fields in the spreadsheet can be changed as per the
end users requirement. The field can be positioned in a sequence that is comfortable to
the end user and expedites the data entry process. The fields in the spreadsheet can
also be specified to contain default values. These definitions can be saved, reused, and
modified as needed.
Automatically Imports Data
The data in the spreadsheet can either be manually entered or can be imported
automatically from the text file. This feature can be useful when migrating data from a
legacy system to the Oracle E-Business Suite. Imported information can be quickly
modified in Excel, validated, and uploaded to the Oracle E-Business Suite.
About Web ADI:
Web ADI is an auto configurable product and would require the access to Desktop
Integration responsibility for Release 12 and Oracle Web ADI responsibility for Release
11i. The System Administrator can assign this responsibility.
Navigate to Desktop integrator responsibility
Click on create document

Select the General Ledger Journal and click Next

Select viewer excel 2007

Select functional actual multiple from LOV

Click on Next

Click Create document

After click create document we will get popup screen for opening Wed ADI.xls click on
OK

After click ok button will get warning message, click Enable macro button

Wait till generate the document, see below screen

Now document has been created successfully.

Enter category as Adjustment , Sources spreadsheet, your ledger, currency, code


combination, debit and credit amount

Upload excel to Oracle instance


Click ADD-INS in excel sheet and click on upload button

Upload parameter:
Enable flogged rows, validate before upload and click on automatically submit journal
import then click on Upload

After upload done successfully we will get the popup message like below with request ID

Navigate to General Ledger click find Journal

Click on review journal, now we can see the line which we uploaded from spreadsheet

Now Journal ready to post, click on POST button