Sunday, June 7, 2009

Own AutoConfig template

Define a product_top

Use the Oracle Applications Manager Context Editor to add custom product_top to the context file

Create the customer-owned AutoConfig template directory

Create the directory where your AutoConfig template files will reside. Execute the following command as the applmgr user:

mkdir c_xxtop/admin/template

Develop the customer-owned AutoConfig template file

Create the custom AutoConfig template file in the custom product top AutoConfig template directory

To use AutoConfig instantiation, enter your context variables in the file. When AutoConfig runs, it replaces the context variables with the associated values from the context file.

For example, create and edit the file

c_xxtop/admin/template/myTemplate.txt

Create the customer-owned AutoConfig driver directory

Create the directory where your AutoConfig driver file will reside. Execute the following command as the applmgr user:


mkdir c_mytop/admin/driver


Develop the customer-owned AutoConfig driver file


The AutoConfig driver file instructs AutoConfig where to place the generated configuration file. Place the driver file in the custom AutoConfig driver directory. The name for the driver file is defined as: producttmpl.drv. In this example, the driver file would be named: xxtmpl.drv.

the driver file would need to contain this line

xx admin/template xxTemplate.txt INSTE8 s_pt myConfiguration.txt 660




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