HOW TO IDENTIFY THE VERSION OF A FORM

It is important to identify the current version of the program that is experiencing the problem, as a bug in the version of the program you are running may be the cause of your problem.
Form
A Form version is easily obtained via the front-end application. The navigation path is as follows –

-> Help -> About Oracle Application

Dialog Box appear
Search following
“Current Form”

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Current Form
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Form Application : Application Object Library
Form Name : FNDSCAUS
This Is Form name Currently Open
Form Path : /d01/oracle/prodappl/fnd/11.5.0/forms/US/FNDSCAUS.fmx
Complete path of Form
Form Version : 11.5.78
Form Last Modified : $Date: 2005/05/16 11:52 $

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Forms
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APPSTAND : 11.5.33
FNDSCAUS : 11.5.78
FNDSCSGN : 11.5.115

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Form Menus
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FNDMENU : 11.5.49

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Forms PL/SQL
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APPCORE : 11.5.142
CUSTOM : 11.5.5.1150.1
FNDSQF : 11.5.111
GHR : 11.5.150
GLOBE : 11.5.44.115103.4
GMS : 11.5.230.90.7
IGILUTIL2 : 11.5.97
IGILUTIL : 11.5.29
OPM : 11.5.33.115100.2
PQH_GEN : 11.5.118
PSA : 11.5.162
PSAC : 11.5.16
PSB : 11.5.24
VERT : 11.5.6

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One thought on “HOW TO IDENTIFY THE VERSION OF A FORM

  1. I am trying to fine tune the attachments security associated to FND_ATTACHMENT_DOCUMENTS. the documentation indicates that I can associate a function to a Block, Form, Entity, etc… and talks about adding new categories… I need to know the best location to do a single callout, on ALL forms which allow attachments (where all use the TEMPLATE for) and in that callout, I derive the security access to the attachments that the ‘current’ form/entity are attached to…. Any ideas or examples…. Thanks dude. Paul Richards. CSC corp

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