Category: HCM Fusion

Extensible Flex-Fields in Oracle HCM Fusion Application

Extensible flex-fields enables implementers to configure additional attributes or information to the Fusion Application without having to write tedious code. Unlike descriptive flex-fields where each segment or attribute is stored in the database as a single column, Extensible flex-fields stores the context values and context-sensitive segments in a separate extension table. Customers can display a group of segments together on a single page in the Application as per their needs using Extensible Flex-fields. Benefits of using extensible flex-fields are listed below: • Extensible flex-fields allow to group segments into contexts and each context is displayed in its own region. • We can decide whether to display a group of attributes in a single or multiple pages. Based on preference, we can have multiple logical pages to display a group of extensible flex-fields. • Extensible flex-fields can be configured to enable categories that dynamically displays different sets of logical pages and contexts based upon a runtime selection. The categories can be structured in a hierarchical manner and the children categories inherit all the contexts and logical pages that are configured for their parent categories. • Attribute groups created once can be re-used if multiple business object instances share common attributes. We […]

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