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Preface i. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Chapter 1 Introduction 1 – 1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Chapter 2 High–Level Design 2 – 1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Overview of High–Level Design 2 – 2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Database Diagrams 2 – 7. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Public Table List 2 – 28. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Public View List 2 – 41. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Forms and Table View List 2 – 42. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Internal View List 2 – 43. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Multilingual View List 2 – 45. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Module List 2 – 48. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Chapter 3 Detailed Design 3 – 1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Overview of Detailed Design 3 – 2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Table and View Definitions 3 – 3. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Introduction

he Oracle Application Object Library/Workflow TechnicalReference Manual provides the information you need to

understand the underlying structure of Oracle Application ObjectLibrary/Workflow. After reading this manual, you should be able toconvert your existing applications data, integrate your existingapplications with the Oracle Application Object Library and yourWorkflow application, and write custom reports for the OracleApplication Object Library and your Workflow application, as well asread data that you need to perform other tasks.

This chapter introduces you to the Oracle Application ObjectLibrary/Workflow Technical Reference Manual, and explains how touse it.

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Introduction

At Oracle, we design and build applications using Oracle Designer, oursystems design technology that provides a complete environment tosupport developers through all stages of a systems life cycle. Becausewe use a repository–based design toolset, all the information regardingthe underlying structure and processing of our applications is availableto us online. Using Oracle Designer, we can present this information toyou in the form of a technical reference manual.

This Oracle Application Object Library/Workflow Technical ReferenceManual contains detailed, up–to–date information about theunderlying structure of Oracle Application Object Library/Workflow.As we design and build new releases of Oracle Application ObjectLibrary and Workflow application, we update our Oracle Designerrepository to reflect our enhancements. As a result, we can alwaysprovide you with an Oracle Application Object Library/WorkflowTechnical Reference Manual that contains the latest technicalinformation as of the publication date. Note that after the publicationdate we may have added new indexes to Oracle Application ObjectLibrary/Workflow to improve performance.

About this Manual

This manual describes the Oracle Applications Release 11i data model,as used by Oracle Application Object Library/Workflow; it discussesthe database we include with a fresh install of Oracle ApplicationsRelease 11i. If you have not yet upgraded to Release 11i, your databasemay differ from the database we document in this book.

If you have upgraded from a previous release, you might find it helpfulto use this manual with the appropriate Oracle Applications ProductUpdate Notes manual. The product update notes list database changesand seed data changes in Oracle Application Object Library/Workflowbetween releases. The Oracle Applications Product Update Notes Release11 manual describes the changes between Release 10.7 and Release 11,and the Oracle Applications Product Update Notes Release 11i manualdescribes the changes between Release 11 and Release 11i.

You can contact your Oracle representative to confirm that you havethe latest technical information for Oracle Application ObjectLibrary/Workflow. You can also use OracleMetaLink which isaccessible through Oracle’s Support Web Center(http://www.oracle.com/support/elec_sup).

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Finding the Latest Information

The Oracle Application Object Library/Workflow Technical ReferenceManual contains the latest information as of the publication date. Forthe latest information we encourage you to use OracleMetaLink whichis accessible through Oracle’s Support Web Center(http://www.oracle.com/support/elec_sup).

Audience

The Oracle Application Object Library/Workflow Technical ReferenceManual provides useful guidance and assistance to:

• Technical End Users

• Consultants

• Systems Analysts

• System Administrators

• Other MIS professionals

This manual assumes that you have a basic understanding ofstructured analysis and design, and of relational databases. It alsoassumes that you are familiar with Oracle Application Object Libraryand the Oracle Application Object Library and your Workflowapplication. If you are not familiar with the above products, wesuggest that you attend one or more of the training classes availablethrough Oracle Education (see: Other Information Sources: pageNO TAG).

How This Manual is Organized

This manual contains two major sections, High–Level Design andDetailed Design.

High–Level Design

This section, Chapter 2, contains database diagrams and lists eachdatabase table and view that Oracle Application ObjectLibrary/Workflow uses. This chapter also has a list of modules.

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Detailed Design

This section, Chapter 3, contains a detailed description of the OracleApplication Object Library/Workflow database design, includinginformation about each database table and view you might need foryour custom reporting or other data requirements.

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How to Use This Manual

The Oracle Application Object Library/Workflow Technical ReferenceManual is a single, centralized source for all the information you needto know about the underlying structure and processing of the OracleApplication Object Library and your Workflow application. Forexample, you can use this manual when you need to:

• Convert existing application data

• Integrate your Oracle Application Object Library/Workflowapplication with your other applications systems

• Write custom reports

• Define alerts against Oracle Applications tables

• Configure your Oracle Self–Service Web Applications

• Create views for decision support queries using query tools

• Create business views for Oracle Discoverer

You need not read this manual cover to cover. Use the table of contentsand index to quickly locate the information you need.

How Not To Use This Manual

Do not use this manual to plan modifications

You should not use this manual to plan modifications to the OracleApplication Object Library and your Workflow application. ModifyingOracle Application Object Library/Workflow limits your ability toupgrade to future releases of your Oracle Application ObjectLibrary/Workflow application. In addition, it interferes with ourability to give you the high–quality support you deserve.

We have constructed the Oracle Application Object Library and yourWorkflow application so that you can customize it to fit your needswithout programming, and you can integrate it with your existingapplications through interface tables. However, should you requireprogram modifications, you should contact our support team (see:Other Information Sources: page NO TAG). They can put you in touchwith Oracle Services, the professional consulting organization ofOracle. Their team of experienced applications professionals can makethe modifications you need while ensuring upward compatibility withfuture product releases.

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Do not write data into non–interface tables

Oracle reserves the right to change the structure of Oracle Applicationstables, and to change the meaning of, add, or delete lookup codes anddata in future releases. Do not write data directly into or change datain non–interface tables using SQL*Plus or other programming toolsbecause you risk corrupting your database and interfering with ourability to support you.

Moreover, this version of the Oracle Application ObjectLibrary/Workflow Technical Reference Manual does not containcomplete information about the dependencies between OracleApplication Object Library/Workflow applications tables. Therefore,you should write data into only those tables we identify as interfacetables. If you write data into other non–interface tables, you riskviolating your data integrity since you might not fulfill all the datadependencies in your Oracle Application Object Library/Workflowapplication.

You are responsible for the support and upgrade of the logic within theprocedures that you write, which may be affected by changes betweenreleases of Oracle Applications.

Do not rely on upward compatibility of the data model

Oracle reserves the right to change the structure of Oracle ApplicationObject Library and Workflow application tables, and to change themeaning of, add, or delete lookup codes and other data in futurereleases. We do not guarantee the upward compatibility of the OracleApplication Object Library and Workflow application data model. Forexample, if you write a report that identifies concurrent requests thatend in Error status by selecting directly from Oracle Application ObjectLibrary tables, we do not guarantee that your report will work properlyafter an upgrade.

About Oracle Application Object Library

Oracle Application Object Library is a collection of pre–builtapplication components and facilities for building Oracle Applicationsand extensions to Oracle Applications. Oracle Application CodingStandards use the Oracle Application Object Library and containsshared components including but not limited to –– forms, subroutines,concurrent programs and reports, database tables and objects,messages, menus, responsibilities, flexfield definitions and online help.

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Attention: Oracle does not support any customization ofOracle Application Object Library tables or modules, not evenby Oracle consultants. (Oracle Application Object Librarytables generally have names beginning with FND_%.)

A Few Words About Terminology

The following list provides you with definitions for terms that we usethroughout this manual:

Relationship

A relationship describes any significant way in which two tables maybe associated. For example, rows in the Journal Headers table mayhave a one–to–many relationship with rows in the Journal Lines table.

Database Diagram

A database diagram is a graphic representation of application tablesand the relationships between them.

Module

A module is a program or procedure that implements one or morebusiness functions, or parts of a business function, within anapplication. Modules include forms, concurrent programs and reports,and subroutines.

Application Building Block

An application building block is a set of tables and modules (forms,reports, and concurrent programs) that implement closely–relateddatabase objects and their associated processing. Said another way, anapplication building block is a logical unit of an application.

QuickCodes

QuickCodes let you define general purpose, static lists of values forwindow fields. QuickCodes allow you to base your program logic onlookup codes while displaying user–friendly names in a list of valueswindow. QuickCodes simplify name and language changes by lettingyou change the names your end users see, while the codes in yourunderlying programs remain the same.

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Form

A form is a module comprised of closely related windows that are usedtogether to perform a task. For example, the Enter Journals form inOracle General Ledger includes the Enter Journals window, the Batchwindow, and the More Actions window among others. The EnterJournals window is the main window, and from it, you can use buttonsto navigate to other windows in the form. The form name usuallycorresponds to the main window in the form, and is frequently awindow you open directly from the Navigator.

Other Information Sources

There are additional information sources, including otherdocumentation, training and support services, that you can use toincrease your knowledge and understanding of Oracle Designer, OracleApplication Object Library, and the Oracle Application Object Libraryand your Workflow application. We want to make these products easyfor you and your staff to understand and use.

Oracle Designer Online Documentation

The online help for Oracle Designer describes how you can use OracleDesigner for your development needs.

Oracle Applications Developer’s Guide

This guide contains the coding standards followed by the OracleApplications development staff. It describes the Oracle ApplicationObject Library components needed to implement the OracleApplications user interface described in the Oracle Applications UserInterface Standards. It also provides information to help you build yourcustom Developer forms so that they integrate with OracleApplications.

Oracle Applications User Interface Standards

This manual contains the user interface (UI) standards followed by theOracle Applications development staff. It describes the UI for theOracle Applications products and how to apply this UI to the design ofan application built using Oracle Forms 6.

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Oracle Self–Service Web Applications Online Documentation

This documentation describes how Oracle Self–Service WebApplications enable companies to provide a self–service and secureWeb interface for employees, customers, and suppliers. Employees canchange their personal status, submit expense reports, or requestsupplies. Customers can check on their orders, and suppliers can shareproduction schedules with their trading partners. This documentationis available in HTML only.

Oracle Applications Flexfields Guide

This guide provides flexfields planning, setup and referenceinformation for the Oracle Application Object Library/Workflowimplementation team, as well as for users responsible for the ongoingmaintenance of Oracle Applications product data. This manual alsoprovides information on creating custom reports on flexfields data.

Oracle Workflow Guide

This manual explains how to define new workflow business processesas well as customize existing Oracle Applications–embedded workflowprocesses. You also use this guide to complete the setup stepsnecessary for any Oracle Applications product that includesworkflow–enabled processes.

Oracle Alert User Guide

This manual explains how to define periodic and event alerts tomonitor the status of your Oracle Applications data.

Multiple Reporting Currencies in Oracle Applications

If you use the Multiple Reporting Currencies feature to report andmaintain accounting records in more than one currency, use thismanual before implementing Oracle Application ObjectLibrary/Workflow. This manual details additional steps and setupconsiderations for implementing Oracle Application ObjectLibrary/Workflow with this feature.

Oracle Manufacturing, Distribution, Sales and Service OpenInterfaces Manual

This manual contains up–to–date information about integrating withother Oracle Manufacturing applications and with your other systems.

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This documentation includes open interfaces found in OracleManufacturing.

Oracle Applications Messages Manual

The Oracle Applications Messages Manual contains the text ofnumbered error messages in Oracle Applications. (Oracle Applicationsmessages begin with the prefix ”APP–”.) It also provides informationon the actions you take if you get a message. Note: This manual isavailable only in HTML format.

Installation and System Administration

Oracle Applications Installation Release Notes

This manual contains a road map to the components of the release,including instructions about where to access the Release 11idocumentation set.

Oracle Applications Concepts

Designed to be the first book the user reads to prepare for aninstallation of Oracle Applications. It explains the technology stack,architecture, features and terminology for Oracle Applications Release11i. This book also introduces the concepts behind and major uses ofApplications–wide features such as MRC, BIS, languages and charactersets (NLS, MLS), BIS, Self–Service Web Applications and so on.

Installing Oracle Applications

Describes the One–Hour Install process, the method by which Release11i will be installed. This manual includes all how–to steps, screenshots and information about Applications–wide post–install tasks.

Using the AD Utilities

This manual contains how–to steps, screen shots and other informationrequired to run the various AD utilities such as AutoInstall, AutoPatch,AD Administration, AD Controller, Relink and so on. It also containsinformation about when and why you should use these utilities.

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Upgrading Oracle Applications

This manual contains all the product specific pre– and post–upgradesteps that are required to upgrade products from Release 10.7 (NCA,SC and character–mode) or Release 11 of Oracle Applications. Thismanual also contains an overview chapter that describes all the tasksnecessary to prepare and complete a upgrade of Oracle Applications.

Oracle Applications System Administrator’s Guide

This manual provides planning and reference information for theOracle Applications System Administrator. It contains information onhow to define security, customize menus and manage concurrentprocessing.

Oracle Applications Product Update Notes

This book contains a summary of each new feature we added sinceRelease 11, as well as information about database changes and seeddata changes that may affect your operations or any custom reportsyou have written. If you are upgrading from Release 10.7 you alsoneed to read Oracle Applications Product Update Notes Release 11.

Oracle Self–Service Web Applications Implementation Manual

This manual describes the setup steps for Oracle Self–Service WebApplications and the Web Applications Dictionary.

Oracle Applications Implementation Wizard User Guide

If you are implementing more than one Oracle product, you can use theOracle Applications Implementation Wizard to coordinate your setupactivities. This guide describes how to use the wizard.

Other Information

Training

Oracle Education offers a complete set of training courses to help youand your staff master Oracle Applications. We can help you develop atraining plan that provides thorough training for both your projectteam and your end users. We will work with you to organize coursesappropriate to your job or area of responsibility.

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Training professionals can show you how to plan your trainingthroughout the implementation process so that the right amount ofinformation is delivered to key people when they need it the most. Youcan attend courses at any one of our many Educational Centers, or youcan arrange for our trainers to teach at your facility. In addition, wecan tailor standard courses or develop custom courses to meet yourneeds.

Support

From on–site support to central support, our team of experiencedprofessionals provides the help and information you need to keep theOracle Application Object Library and your Workflow applicationworking for you. This team includes your Technical Representative,Account Manager, and Oracle’s large staff of consultants and supportspecialists with expertise in your business area, managing an Oracleserver, and your hardware and software environment.

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About Oracle

Oracle Corporation develops and markets an integrated line ofsoftware products for database management, applicationsdevelopment, decision support, and office automation, as well asOracle Applications, an integrated suite of more than 75 softwaremodules for financial management, supply chain management,manufacturing, project systems, human resources, and sales andservice management.

Oracle products are available for mainframes, minicomputers, personalcomputers, network computers, and personal digital assistants,allowing organizations to integrate different computers, differentoperating systems, different networks, and even different databasemanagement systems, into a single, unified computing and informationresource.

Oracle is the world’s leading supplier of software for informationmanagement, and the world’s second largest software company.Oracle offers its database, tools, and applications products, along withrelated consulting, education, and support services, in over 145countries around the world.

Thank You

Thanks for using Oracle Application Object Library and Workflowapplication and this technical reference manual!

We appreciate your comments and feedback. At the back of thismanual is a Reader’s Comment Form that you can use to explain whatyou like or dislike about the Oracle Application Object Library andyour Workflow application or this technical reference manual. Mailyour comments to the following address or call us directly at (650)506–7000.

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High–Level Design

his chapter presents a high–level design for Oracle ApplicationObject Library/Workflow that satisfies the business needs we

specify during Strategy and Analysis. It contains database diagramsfor Oracle Application Object Library/Workflow application buildingblocks, lists of database tables and views, and a list of modules.

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Overview of High–Level Design

During High–Level Design, we define the application components(tables, views, and modules) we need to build our application. Wespecify what application components should do without specifying thedetails of how they should do it.

You can refer to this High–Level Design chapter to quickly acquaintyourself with the tables, views, and modules that comprise OracleApplication Object Library/Workflow applications. And, you canprepare yourself to understand the detailed design and implementationof Oracle Application Object Library/Workflow.

Database Diagrams

The Database Diagrams section graphically represents all OracleApplication Object Library/Workflow applications tables and therelationships between them, organized by building block.

Use this section to quickly learn what tables each Oracle ApplicationObject Library/Workflow application building block uses, and howthose tables interrelate. Then, you can refer to the Table and ViewDefinitions sections of Chapter 3 for more detailed information abouteach of those tables.

Table Lists

The Table List sections list the Oracle Application ObjectLibrary/Workflow applications tables. Because a product might notinclude at least one table for each type, this Technical Reference Manualmight not include each of the following sections.

Public Tables

Use the Public Table List section to quickly identify the tables you aremost interested in. Then, you can refer to the Table and ViewDefinitions sections of Chapter 3 for more detailed information aboutthose tables.

In addition, this manual may contain full documentation for one ormore of the following Application Object Library tables: FND_DUAL,FND_CURRENCIES, and FND_COMMON_LOOKUPS.

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Internal Tables

This section includes a list of private, internal tables used by OracleApplication Object Library/Workflow; we do not provide additionaldocumentation for these tables.

View Lists

The View List sections list the Oracle Application ObjectLibrary/Workflow views, with one section for each type of view.Because a product might not include at least one view for each type,this Technical Reference Manual might not include each of thefollowing sections.

Use this section to quickly identify the views you are most interestedin. Then, you can refer to the Table and View Definitions sections ofChapter 3 for more detailed information about those views.

Public Views

This section lists views that may be useful for your custom reporting orother data requirements. The list includes a description of the view,and the page in Chapter 3 that gives detailed information about thepublic view.

Internal Views

This section includes each private, internal view that OracleApplication Object Library/Workflow uses.

MultiLingual Views

This section lists views that were created to allow certain seed data tobe available in multiple national languages simultaneously.

Module List

The Module List section briefly describes each of the OracleApplication Object Library/Workflow applications modules. Thissection lists forms, reports, and concurrent programs.

A form is a module comprised of closely related windows that are usedtogether to perform a task. For example, the Enter Journals form in

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Oracle General Ledger includes the Enter Journals window, the Batchwindow, and the More Actions window. The Enter Journals window isthe main window, and from it, you can use buttons to navigate to otherwindows in the form. The form name usually corresponds to the mainwindow in the form, and is frequently a window you can open directlyfrom the Navigator.

The Reports and Concurrent Programs lists include processes you cansubmit from the Submit Requests window or other windows, as well asprocesses that are submitted automatically by Oracle ApplicationObject Library/Workflow. Use your user’s guide to learn more aboutreports and concurrent processes.

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Database Diagramming Conventions

We use the following notational conventions in our database diagrams:

Figure 2 – 1Database DiagramConventions

Mandatory and Optional Foreign Keys

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A value entered in the column in the foreign keymust match either a value in the primary key column,or else it must be null.

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Tables – are the basic unit of storage in the database. A hand symbolpreceding the title in the table’s title bar indicates that the table is notowned by this application but shared with another.

Foreign key constraint – is a type of referential integrity constraint forchecking the integrity of data entered in a specific column or set ofcolumns. This specified column or set of columns is known as theforeign key.

Delete rule indicator – determines the action to be taken when anattempt is made to delete a related row in a join table. A line throughthe foreign key constraint, as shown on the above diagram, indicatesthat this action is restricted.

Arcs – specify that, for any given row in a table, a value must beentered in one of the arc columns. The remaining columns within thearc must be null.

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Database Diagrams

This section graphically represents most of the significant OracleApplication Object Library and Workflow application tables and therelationships between them, organized by building block. Use thissection to quickly learn what tables each Oracle Application ObjectLibrary/Workflow application building block uses, and how thesetables interrelate. Then, you can refer to the Table and View Definitionssections of Chapter 3 for more detailed information about each of thosetables.

This section contains a database diagram for each of the followingOracle Application Object Library/Workflow application buildingblocks:

• Diagram 1 Key Flexfields

• Diagram 2 Descriptive Flexfields

• Diagram 3 Flexfield Values

• Diagram 4 Concurrent Managers

• Diagram 5 Concurrent Processing

• Diagram 6 Concurrent Manager Advanced Schedules

• Diagram 7 Standard Request Submission

• Diagram 8 Workflow

• Diagram 9 Function Security

• Diagram 10 Login Security

• Diagram 11 AuditTrail

• Diagram 12 User Profiles

• Diagram 13 Document Sequences, Folders, Documents on the Navigator

• Diagram 14 Attachments

• Diagram 15 Document Management and Help

• Diagram 16 Oracle Applications Object Library Data Dictionary Information

• Diagram 17 Currency and Language

Some tables, especially important reference tables, appear in more thanone database diagram. When several building blocks use a table, weshow that table in each appropriate database diagram.

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Key Flexfields

Diagram 1 shows the tables and relationships that define KeyFlexfields. It describes key flexfield definitions, structures, qualifiers,and validations.

Descriptive Flexfields

Diagram 2 shows the tables and relationships that define DescriptiveFlexfields. It describes descriptive flexfield definitions, structures, andcontexts.

Flexfield Values

Diagram 3 shows the tables and relationships that define FlexfieldValues. It describes flexfield hierarchies, flexfield security, and valuesets.

Concurrent Managers

Diagram 4 shows the tables and relationships that define ConcurrentManagers. It describes concurrent manager definitions andspecializations.

Concurrent Processing

Diagram 5 shows the tables and relationships that define ConcurrentProcessing. It describes concurrent request submission and concurrentprocessing information and status.

Concurrent Manager Advanced Schedules

Diagram 6 shows the tables and relationships used by the AdvancedSchedules feature of Concurrent Processing.

Standard Request Submission

Diagram 7 shows the tables and relationships that define StandardRequest Submission. It describes request security, request sets, andrequest submission.

Workflow

Diagram 8 shows the tables and relationships that define OracleWorkflow. These include both the design time tables which share static

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information created when defining your Workflow, and runtime tablesthat control the specific execution of each instance of a workflowprocess.

Function Security

Diagram 9 shows the tables and relationships that define FunctionSecurity. It describes menu and function security based onresponsibility.

Login Security

Diagram 10 shows the tables and relationships that define LoginSecurity. It describes data group and sign–on auditing.

AuditTrail

Diagram 11 shows the tables and relationships used by AuditTrail.

User Profiles

Diagram 12 shows the tables and relationships that define UserProfiles.

Document Sequences, Folders, Documents on the Navigator

Diagram 13 shows the tables and relationships that define DocumentSequencing, Folders, and Documents on the Navigator.

Attachments

Diagram 14 shows the tables and relationships that defineAttachments.

Document Management and Help

Diagram 15 shows the tables and relationships used by theApplications help system and document mangement.

Oracle Applications Object Library Data Dictionary Information

Diagram 16 shows the tables and relationships that define the OracleApplication Object Library Data Dictionary. The data dictionarycontains information about Oracle Applications data objects such as

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tables, columns, views, indexes, and sequences. The primary key andforeign key information is used only by Application DataMerge.

Currency and Language

Diagram 17 shows the tables and relationships that are used bynational language support and currency.

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Key Flexfields

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Descriptive Flexfields

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Flexfield Values

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Concurrent Managers

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Concurrent Processing

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Concurrent Manager Advanced Schedules

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Standard Request Submission

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Workflow

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Function Security

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Login Security

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AuditTrail

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User Profiles

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Document Sequences, Folders, Documents on the Navigator

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Attachments

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Document Management and Help

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Oracle Applications Object Library Data Dictionary Information

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Currency and Language

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Public Table List

This section lists each public database table that Application ObjectLibrary uses and provides a brief description of each of those tables. Thepage reference is to the table description in Chapter 3.

Note that ”public” tables are not necessarily intended for write access bycustom code; Oracle Corporation supports write access using onlystandard Oracle Applications forms, reports, and programs, or any SQLwrite access to tables explicitly documented as API tables. For moreinformation, see the How Not To Use This Manual section of this book’sIntroduction.

Application Object Library uses the following Public tables:

Table Name Description

ALR_ALERTS Alerts defined on application tables (See page 3 – 8)

FA_BOOK_CONTROLS Control information that affects all assets in a depreciationbook (See page 3 – 11)

FND_APPLICATION Applications registered with Oracle Application ObjectLibrary (See page 3 – 19)

FND_APPLICATION_SERVERS List of application servers authenticated to access thisinstance (See page 3 – 20)

FND_APPLICATION_TL Translations for FND_APPLICATION (See page 3 – 21)

FND_APPL_SESSIONS Auditing information for non–Forms based applicationssessions (See page 3 – 22)

FND_ATTACHED_DOCUMENTS Attached documents (See page 3 – 23)

FND_ATTACHMENT_BLK_ENTITIES Document and attachment information (See page 3 – 25)

FND_ATTACHMENT_BLOCKS Blocks with attachments (See page 3 – 28)

FND_ATTACHMENT_FUNCTIONS Forms and form functions with attachments (See page3 – 30)

FND_AUDIT_COLUMNS Table columns being audited (See page 3 – 31)

FND_AUDIT_GROUPS Application tables and columns being audited as groups(See page 3 – 32)

FND_AUDIT_SCHEMAS Audit schema (See page 3 – 33)

FND_AUDIT_TABLES Application tables being audited (See page 3 – 34)

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FND_COLUMNS Columns in all the registered application tables (See page3 – 35)

FND_COMPILED_DESCRIPTIVE_FLEXS Compiled information about descriptive flexfields (See page3 – 39)

FND_COMPILED_ID_FLEXS Compiled information about key flexfields (See page 3 – 40)

FND_COMPILED_ID_FLEX_STRUCTS Compiled information about key flexfield structures (Seepage 3 – 41)

FND_CONCURRENT_COMPLEX_LINES Concurrent manager complex rule lines (See page 3 – 42)

FND_CONCURRENT_COMPLEX_RULES Complex rules for specializing concurrent managers (Seepage 3 – 44)

FND_CONCURRENT_DEBUG_INFO Stores debug information when certain debug mechanismsare activated at the request of an Oracle developer (See page3 – 45)

FND_CONCURRENT_PROCESSES Operating system and ORACLE process IDs for concurrentmanagers (See page 3 – 46)

FND_CONCURRENT_PROCESSORS Immediate concurrent program libraries (See page 3 – 48)

FND_CONCURRENT_PROGRAMS Concurrent programs (See page 3 – 50)

FND_CONCURRENT_PROGRAMS_TL Translations for FND_CONCURRENT_PROGRAMS (Seepage 3 – 54)

FND_CONCURRENT_PROGRAM_SERIAL Incompatible concurrent programs (See page 3 – 55)

FND_CONCURRENT_QUEUES Concurrent managers setup information (See page 3 – 57)

FND_CONCURRENT_QUEUES_TL Translations for FND_CONCURRENT_QUEUES (See page3 – 60)

FND_CONCURRENT_QUEUE_CONTENT Specialization rules for concurrent managers (See page3 – 62)

FND_CONCURRENT_QUEUE_PARAMS Concurrent manager parameters (See page 3 – 64)

FND_CONCURRENT_QUEUE_SIZE Number of requests concurrent managers can process at atime within their work shifts (See page 3 – 65)

FND_CONCURRENT_REQUESTS Concurrent requests information (See page 3 – 67)

FND_CONCURRENT_REQUEST_CLASS Concurrent request types (See page 3 – 74)

FND_CONCURRENT_TIME_PERIODS Concurrent processing work shifts (See page 3 – 75)

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FND_CONC_PP_ACTIONS Post processing actions table (See page 3 – 76)

FND_CONC_PROCESSOR_PROGRAMS Immediate concurrent programs included in concurrentprogram libraries (See page 3 – 78)

FND_CONC_RELEASE_CLASSES Concurrent Schedules (See page 3 – 79)

FND_CONC_RELEASE_CLASSES_TL Translations for FND_CONC_RELEASE_CLASSES (Seepage 3 – 81)

FND_CONC_RELEASE_DISJS Disjunctions used in Advanced Schedules (See page 3 – 82)

FND_CONC_RELEASE_DISJS_TL Translations for FND_CONC_RELEASE_DISJS (See page3 – 83)

FND_CONC_RELEASE_PERIODS Concurrent Periods used in Advanced Schedules (See page3 – 84)

FND_CONC_RELEASE_PERIODS_TL Translations for FND_CONC_RELEASE_PERIODS (Seepage 3 – 85)

FND_CONC_RELEASE_STATES Concurrent States used in Advanced Schedules (See page3 – 86)

FND_CONC_RELEASE_STATES_TL Translations for FND_CONC_RELEASE_STATES (See page3 – 88)

FND_CONC_REL_CONJ_MEMBERS Members of Conjunctions (See page 3 – 89)

FND_CONC_REL_DISJ_MEMBERS Members of Disjunctions (See page 3 – 90)

FND_CONC_REQUEST_ARGUMENTS Arguments 26 through 100 for concurrent requests (Seepage 3 – 92)

FND_CONC_STATE_LOOKUPS Values for Concurrent States (See page 3 – 94)

FND_CONC_STATE_LOOKUPS_TL Translations of FND_CONC_STATE_LOOKUPS (See page3 – 95)

FND_CONC_STATE_LOOKUP_TYPES Sets of Values for Concurrent States (See page 3 – 96)

FND_CONC_STATE_LOOKUP_TYPES_TL Translations of FND_CONC_STATE_LOOKUPS_TYPES(See page 3 – 97)

FND_CONFLICTS_DOMAIN Stores Conflict Resolution Manager conflict domaininformation (See page 3 – 98)

FND_CURRENCIES Currencies enabled for use at your site (See page 3 – 99)

FND_CURRENCIES_TL Translations for FND_CURRENCIES (See page 3 – 102)

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FND_DATA_GROUPS Data groups registered with Oracle Application ObjectLibrary (See page 3 – 103)

FND_DATA_GROUP_UNITS ORACLE accounts for applications assigned to various datagroups (See page 3 – 104)

FND_DEFAULT_CONTEXT_FIELDS Name of fields on forms that users can use as referencefields for descriptive flexfields (See page 3 – 105)

FND_DEFAULT_FOLDERS Default folder definitions (See page 3 – 106)

FND_DESCRIPTIVE_FLEXS Descriptive flexfields registration information (See page3 – 107)

FND_DESCRIPTIVE_FLEXS_TL Translations for FND_DESCRIPTIVE_FLEXS (See page3 – 109)

FND_DESCR_FLEX_COLUMN_USAGES Correspondences between application table columns anddescriptive flexfield segments (See page 3 – 110)

FND_DESCR_FLEX_COL_USAGE_TL Translations for FND_DESCR_FLEX_COLUMN_USAGES(See page 3 – 113)

FND_DESCR_FLEX_CONTEXTS Structure names for descriptive flexfields (See page 3 – 115)

FND_DESCR_FLEX_CONTEXTS_TL Translations for FND_DESCR_FLEX_CONTEXTS (See page3 – 117)

FND_DESKTOP_OBJECTS Stores Icons for Navigator objects (See page 3 – 118)

FND_DM_FUNCTIONS Document management functions supported through OpenInterface (See page 3 – 119)

FND_DM_FUNCTION_PARAMETERS Document management system function parameters (Seepage 3 – 120)

FND_DM_NODES Document manager system nodes (See page 3 – 121)

FND_DM_PRODUCTS Supported Document Management software products (Seepage 3 – 123)

FND_DM_PRODUCT_FUNCTION_SYNTAX Syntaxes for Document Management product functions (Seepage 3 – 124)

FND_DM_PRODUCT_PARM_SYNTAX Syntaxes for function parameters of document managementsystem products (See page 3 – 125)

FND_DOCUMENTS Documents (See page 3 – 126)

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FND_DOCUMENTS_LONG_RAW Long raw documents (See page 3 – 128)

FND_DOCUMENTS_LONG_TEXT Long text documents (See page 3 – 129)

FND_DOCUMENTS_SHORT_TEXT Short text documents (See page 3 – 130)

FND_DOCUMENTS_TL Translations for FND_DOCUMENTS (See page 3 – 131)

FND_DOCUMENT_CATEGORIES Document categories (See page 3 – 133)

FND_DOCUMENT_CATEGORIES_TL Translation table for FND_DOCUMENT_CATEGORIES(See page 3 – 135)

FND_DOCUMENT_DATATYPES Document datatypes (See page 3 – 136)

FND_DOCUMENT_ENTITIES Document entities (See page 3 – 138)

FND_DOCUMENT_ENTITIES_TL Translation table for FND_DOCUMENT_ENTITIES (Seepage 3 – 139)

FND_DOCUMENT_SEQUENCES Document sequences registered with Oracle ApplicationObject Library (See page 3 – 140)

FND_DOC_CATEGORY_USAGES Relationships between document categories and form orform functions (See page 3 – 142)

FND_DOC_SEQUENCE_ASSIGNMENTS Assigns a sequence to a document (See page 3 – 143)

FND_DOC_SEQUENCE_AUDIT Keeps track of documents (See page 3 – 145)

FND_DOC_SEQUENCE_CATEGORIES Document category definitions (See page 3 – 146)

FND_DOC_SEQUENCE_USERS User assigned document sequences (See page 3 – 147)

FND_DUAL Dummy base table used by a form block that does not havea real base table (for commit purposes) (See page 3 – 148)

FND_ENABLED_PLSQL List of PL/SQL packages/procedures accessible by webserver (See page 3 – 149)

FND_EXCLUDE_TABLE_STATS Default data for application interface tables (See page3 – 150)

FND_EXECUTABLES Concurrent program executables (See page 3 – 151)

FND_EXECUTABLES_TL Translations for FND_EXECUTABLES (See page 3 – 153)

FND_FLEX_EXCLUDE_RULE_LINES Stores cross–validation rule elements (See page 3 – 154)

FND_FLEX_HASH Prevents conflicts when creating new flexfield combinations(See page 3 – 157)

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FND_FLEX_HIERARCHIES Flexfield hierarchy name for flexfield values (See page3 – 158)

FND_FLEX_HIERARCHIES_TL Translations for FND_FLEX_HIERARCHIES (See page3 – 159)

FND_FLEX_INCLUDE_RULE_LINES Store cross–validation rule elements (See page 3 – 160)

FND_FLEX_VALIDATION_EVENTS Validation events for special validated value sets (See page3 – 163)

FND_FLEX_VALIDATION_QUALIFIERS Assignment information for flexfield qualifiers (See page3 – 164)

FND_FLEX_VALIDATION_RULES Key flexfield cross–validation rules or line detail (See page3 – 165)

FND_FLEX_VALIDATION_RULE_LINES Cross–validation rule elements for key flexfields (See page3 – 167)

FND_FLEX_VALIDATION_RULE_STATS Statistics on the number of key flexfield cross–validationrules (See page 3 – 170)

FND_FLEX_VALIDATION_TABLES Flexfield validation tables (See page 3 – 171)

FND_FLEX_VALUES Valid values for flexfield segments (See page 3 – 175)

FND_FLEX_VALUES_TL Translations for FND_FLEX_VALUES (See page 3 – 178)

FND_FLEX_VALUE_HIERARCHIES Child value ranges for key flexfield segment values (Seepage 3 – 179)

FND_FLEX_VALUE_NORM_HIERARCHY Multiple level hierarchies (See page 3 – 180)

FND_FLEX_VALUE_RULES Security rules for flexfield values (See page 3 – 182)

FND_FLEX_VALUE_RULES_TL Translations for FND_FLEX_VALUE_RULES (See page3 – 183)

FND_FLEX_VALUE_RULE_LINES Rule elements for flexfield value security rules (See page3 – 184)

FND_FLEX_VALUE_RULE_USAGES Flexfield security rules assigned to responsibilities (See page3 – 186)

FND_FLEX_VALUE_SETS Value sets used by both key and descriptive flexfields (Seepage 3 – 188)

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FND_FLEX_VDATION_RULES_TL Translations for FND_FLEX_VALIDATION_RULES (Seepage 3 – 191)

FND_FLEX_WORKFLOW_PROCESSES Workflow to generate flexfield code combinations (See page3 – 193)

FND_FOLDERS Customized folder definitions (See page 3 – 194)

FND_FOLDER_COLUMNS Displayed columns in folders (See page 3 – 196)

FND_FOREIGN_KEYS Foreign keys registered with Oracle Application ObjectLibrary (See page 3 – 197)

FND_FOREIGN_KEY_COLUMNS Foreign key columns registered with Oracle ApplicationObject Library (See page 3 – 199)

FND_FORM Application forms registered with Oracle ApplicationObject Library (See page 3 – 200)

FND_FORM_FUNCTIONS Functionality groupings (See page 3 – 201)

FND_FORM_FUNCTIONS_TL Translations for FND_FORM_FUNCTIONS (See page3 – 203)

FND_FORM_TL Translations for FND_FORM (See page 3 – 204)

FND_HELP_DOCUMENTS Information about on–line help documents (See page3 – 205)

FND_HELP_TARGETS On–line help targets (See page 3 – 206)

FND_HELP_TREE On–line help system navigation tree. (See page 3 – 207)

FND_HISTOGRAM_COLS Histogram candidate columns for cost–based optimization(See page 3 – 208)

FND_ID_FLEXS Registration information about key flexfields (See page3 – 209)

FND_ID_FLEX_SEGMENTS Key flexfield segments setup information andcorrespondences between table columns and key flexfieldsegments (See page 3 – 211)

FND_ID_FLEX_SEGMENTS_TL Translations for FND_ID_FLEX_SEGMENTS (See page3 – 214)

FND_ID_FLEX_STRUCTURES Key flexfield structure information (See page 3 – 216)

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FND_ID_FLEX_STRUCTURES_TL Translations for FND_ID_FLEX_STRUCTURES (See page3 – 218)

FND_INDEXES Unique and non–unique indexes registered with OracleApplication Object Library (See page 3 – 219)

FND_INDEX_COLUMNS Index columns registered with Oracle Application ObjectLibrary (See page 3 – 221)

FND_LANGUAGES National dialects (See page 3 – 222)

FND_LANGUAGES_TL Translations for FND_LANGUAGES (See page 3 – 223)

FND_LOBS LOBs being managed by the Generic File Manager (See page3 – 224)

FND_LOB_ACCESS LOB access table for the Generic File Manager (See page3 – 226)

FND_LOGINS Sign–On Audit information about who signs on to anapplication and when (See page 3 – 227)

FND_LOGIN_RESPONSIBILITIES Sign–On Audit information about when and who changesresponsibilities in an application (See page 3 – 229)

FND_LOGIN_RESP_FORMS Sign–On Audit information about when and who usedwhich forms in an application (See page 3 – 230)

FND_LOOKUP_TYPES Oracle Application Object Library QuickCodes (See page3 – 232)

FND_LOOKUP_TYPES_TL Translations for FND_LOOKUP_TYPES (See page 3 – 233)

FND_LOOKUP_VALUES QuickCode values (See page 3 – 234)

FND_MENUS New menu table for Release 10SC (See page 3 – 236)

FND_MENUS_TL Translations for FND_MENUS (See page 3 – 237)

FND_MENU_ENTRIES Individual entries in navigate window menus for Release10SC (See page 3 – 238)

FND_MENU_ENTRIES_TL Translations for FND_MENU_ENTRIES (See page 3 – 239)

FND_MIME_TYPES_TL Mime types (See page 3 – 240)

FND_NEW_MESSAGES Application messages for Oracle Applications in GUI mode(See page 3 – 241)

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FND_NODES Nodes or machines used to install and run OracleApplications (See page 3 – 242)

FND_ORACLE_USERID ORACLE accounts that contain application data (See page3 – 243)

FND_PRIMARY_KEYS Primary and unique keys registered with OracleApplication Object Library (See page 3 – 245)

FND_PRIMARY_KEY_COLUMNS Primary and unique key columns registered with OracleApplication Object Library (See page 3 – 247)

FND_PRINTER Printers registered with Oracle Application Object Library(See page 3 – 248)

FND_PRINTER_DRIVERS Printer drivers (See page 3 – 249)

FND_PRINTER_INFORMATION Printer styles and drivers used by printer types (See page3 – 252)

FND_PRINTER_STYLES Printer styles (See page 3 – 253)

FND_PRINTER_STYLES_TL Translations for FND_PRINTER_STYLES (See page 3 – 254)

FND_PRINTER_SUBROUTINES Printer subroutines (See page 3 – 255)

FND_PRINTER_TL Translations for FND_PRINTER (See page 3 – 256)

FND_PRINTER_TYPES Printer Types (See page 3 – 257)

FND_PRODUCT_DEPENDENCIES Dependencies of Oracle Applications products installed atyour site (See page 3 – 258)

FND_PRODUCT_GROUPS Site specific information used by AutoInstall (See page3 – 259)

FND_PRODUCT_INSTALLATIONS Oracle Applications products installed at your site (See page3 – 260)

FND_PROFILE_OPTIONS User profile options (See page 3 – 262)

FND_PROFILE_OPTIONS_TL Translations for FND_PROFILE_OPTIONS (See page3 – 265)

FND_PROFILE_OPTION_VALUES Values of user profile options defined at different profilelevels (See page 3 – 266)

FND_REQUEST_GROUPS Report security groups (See page 3 – 268)

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FND_REQUEST_GROUP_UNITS Reports and groups within each report security group (Seepage 3 – 269)

FND_REQUEST_SETS Reports sets (See page 3 – 271)

FND_REQUEST_SETS_TL Translations for FND_REQUEST_SETS (See page 3 – 273)

FND_REQUEST_SET_PROGRAMS Reports within report sets (See page 3 – 274)

FND_REQUEST_SET_PROGRAM_ARGS Default values for report set arguments (See page 3 – 276)

FND_REQUEST_SET_STAGES Stores request set stages (See page 3 – 278)

FND_REQUEST_SET_STAGES_TL Translation for FND_REQUEST_SET_STAGES (See page3 – 280)

FND_RESPONSIBILITY Responsibilities (See page 3 – 282)

FND_RESPONSIBILITY_TL Translations for FND_RESPONSIBILITY (See page 3 – 284)

FND_RESP_FUNCTIONS Function Security (See page 3 – 285)

FND_RT_REQUESTS Stores concurrent requests (See page 3 – 286)

FND_RUN_REQUESTS Setup information for running reports within report sets(See page 3 – 287)

FND_RUN_REQ_LANGUAGES Language selections for multilingual concurrent requests(See page 3 – 290)

FND_RUN_REQ_PP_ACTIONS Stores the post–request processing actions for request setprograms submitted via SRS (See page 3 – 291)

FND_SECURITY_GROUPS Service bureau data security groups. (See page 3 – 292)

FND_SECURITY_GROUPS_TL Translations for FND_SECURITY_GROUPS (See page3 – 293)

FND_SEGMENT_ATTRIBUTE_TYPES Key flexfield qualifiers (See page 3 – 294)

FND_SEGMENT_ATTRIBUTE_VALUES Values of flexfield qualifiers for different segments of keyflexfield structures (See page 3 – 296)

FND_SEG_RPT_ATTRIBUTES Reporting attributes (See page 3 – 298)

FND_SEQUENCES Sequences registered with Oracle Application ObjectLibrary (See page 3 – 300)

FND_SESSIONS Current sessions of Oracle Application Object Library (Seepage 3 – 302)

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FND_SHORTHAND_FLEX_ALIASES Alias information for shorthand flexfield entry (See page3 – 303)

FND_STATS_HIST Time required by FND_STATS to gather statistics (See page3 – 305)

FND_TABLES Tables registered in applications (See page 3 – 306)

FND_TERRITORIES Territories, also known as countries (See page 3 – 308)

FND_TERRITORIES_TL Translations for FND_TERRITORIES (See page 3 – 309)

FND_TRACE_LOG Log for tests of cost–based optimization; not for use inproduction environment (See page 3 – 310)

FND_TRANSLATION_EXCEPTIONS This table is used exclusively by the Seed Data Translationtool and is not needed during application runtime (See page3 – 311)

FND_UNSUCCESSFUL_LOGINS Sign–On Audit information about unsuccessful loginattempts (See page 3 – 312)

FND_USER Application users (See page 3 – 313)

FND_USER_DESKTOP_OBJECTS Documents saved by a user on the Navigator (See page3 – 315)

FND_USER_PREFERENCES Runtime user preference settings (See page 3 – 316)

FND_USER_RESP_GROUPS Responsibilities assigned to application users (See page3 – 317)

FND_VALUE_ATTRIBUTE_TYPES Key flexfield segment qualifiers (See page 3 – 318)

FND_VAL_ATTRIBUTE_TYPES_TL Translations for FND_VALUE_ATTRIBUTE_TYPES (Seepage 3 – 320)

FND_VIEWS Views registered with Oracle Application Object Library(See page 3 – 322)

FND_VIEW_COLUMNS View columns registered with Oracle Application ObjectLibrary (See page 3 – 323)

GL_CODE_COMBINATIONS Account combinations (See page 3 – 324)

GL_SETS_OF_BOOKS Set of books definitions (See page 3 – 329)

RA_CONTACTS Contacts for customers, addresses and site uses (See page3 – 333)

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RA_CUSTOMERS Customer header information (See page 3 – 336)

WF_ACTIVITIES Defines a unit of work that contributes to theaccomplishment of a process. (See page 3 – 341)

WF_ACTIVITIES_TL Translations for WF_ACTIVITIES (See page 3 – 343)

WF_ACTIVITY_ATTRIBUTES Defines attributes for activities (See page 3 – 344)

WF_ACTIVITY_ATTRIBUTES_TL Translations for WF_ACTIVITY_ATTRIBUTES (See page3 – 345)

WF_ACTIVITY_ATTR_VALUES Values for activity attributes (See page 3 – 346)

WF_ACTIVITY_TRANSITIONS Transition definitions (See page 3 – 347)

WF_ITEMS Workflow runtime table (See page 3 – 348)

WF_ITEM_ACTIVITY_STATUSES Runtime table for a work item (See page 3 – 353)

WF_ITEM_ACTIVITY_STATUSES_H Stores history of WF_ITEM_ACTIVITY_STATUSES (Seepage 3 – 354)

WF_ITEM_ATTRIBUTES Stores item attribute definitions (See page 3 – 358)

WF_ITEM_ATTRIBUTES_TL Translations for WF_ITEM_ATTRIBUTES (See page 3 – 359)

WF_ITEM_ATTRIBUTE_VALUES Contains values for item attributes (See page 3 – 360)

WF_ITEM_TYPES Item type definition (See page 3 – 361)

WF_ITEM_TYPES_TL Translations for WF_ITEM_TYPES (See page 3 – 362)

WF_LOCAL_LANGUAGES Local languages table (See page 3 – 364)

WF_LOCAL_ROLES Local Roles table (See page 3 – 365)

WF_LOCAL_USERS Local Users table (See page 3 – 366)

WF_LOCAL_USER_ROLES Local User Roles table (See page 3 – 367)

WF_LOOKUPS_TL Translations for WF_LOOKUPS (See page 3 – 369)

WF_LOOKUP_TYPES_TL Translations for WF_LOOKUP_TYPES (See page 3 – 371)

WF_MESSAGES Message definitions (See page 3 – 372)

WF_MESSAGES_TL Translations for WF_MESSAGES (See page 3 – 373)

WF_MESSAGE_ATTRIBUTES Attributes of the message (See page 3 – 374)

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WF_MESSAGE_ATTRIBUTES_TL Translations for WF_MESSAGE_ATTRIBUTES (See page3 – 375)

WF_NOTIFICATIONS Runtime table of messages sent (See page 3 – 376)

WF_NOTIFICATION_ATTRIBUTES Notification attributes created when a message is sent (Seepage 3 – 380)

WF_PROCESS_ACTIVITIES Activity data within a process (See page 3 – 382)

WF_RESOURCES Internal messages table (See page 3 – 384)

WF_ROUTING_RULES User defined rules for processing notifications (See page3 – 388)

WF_ROUTING_RULE_ATTRIBUTES Attributes for notification routing rules. (See page 3 – 389)

WF_WORKLIST_COL_DEFINITIONS Workflow Customized Worklist Column Definitions (Seepage 3 – 396)

WF_WORKLIST_DEFINITIONS Workflow Customized Worklist Selection Criteria (See page3 – 397)

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Public View List

This section lists each public database view that Oracle ApplicationObject Library/Workflow uses and provides a brief description of eachof those views. These views may be useful for your custom reporting orother data requirements. The page reference is to the detailed viewdescription in Chapter 3.

Oracle Application Object Library/Workflow uses the following publicviews:

View Name Description

FND_COMMON_LOOKUPS View of QuickCodes provided for backward compatibility(See page 3 – 37)

FND_COMMON_LOOKUP_TYPES View of QuickCode types provided for backwardcompatibility (See page 3 – 38)

FND_LOOKUPS Oracle Application Object Library QuickCodes (See page3 – 231)

WF_ITEMS_V View of WF_ITEMS (See page 3 – 349)

WF_ITEM_ACTIVITIES_HISTORY_V All Activity History (See page 3 – 350)

WF_ITEM_ACTIVITY_STATUSES_V Status information for item activities (See page 3 – 355)

WF_LANGUAGES National Dialects (See page 3 – 363)

WF_LOOKUPS Workflow QuickCodes (See page 3 – 368)

WF_LOOKUP_TYPES Workflow lookup types (See page 3 – 370)

WF_NOTIFICATIONS_VIEW All notification information (See page 3 – 378)

WF_NOTIFICATION_ATTR_RESP_V Information for notifications that have been responded andare closed (See page 3 – 381)

WF_ROLES Roles of personnel available to participate in a workflow(See page 3 – 385)

WF_RUNNABLE_PROCESSES_V All runnable processes (See page 3 – 390)

WF_USERS User data (See page 3 – 391)

WF_USER_ROLES Combines workflow users with their roles (See page 3 – 394)

WF_WORKLIST_V Message information displayed in a worklist (See page3 – 398)

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Forms and Table View List

This section lists supplementary views that are not essential to theRelease 11 data model, but simplify coding or improve performance ofDeveloper/2000. For example, many of these views are used as basetables in Oracle Application Object Library/Workflow forms.

Warning: We do not recommend you query or alter data usingthese views. Furthermore, these views may changedramatically in subsequent minor or major releases of OracleApplication Object Library/Workflow.

Oracle Application Object Library/Workflow uses the following Formsand Table views:

• ALR_ACTIONS_V

• ALR_GROUPS_AND_ACTIONS_VIEW

• FND_CONC_REQUESTS_FORM_V

• FND_CONC_REQ_SUMMARY_V

• FND_DATA_GROUPS_STANDARD_VIEW

• FND_DATA_GROUP_UNITS_V

• FND_EXECUTABLES_FORM_V

• FND_REQ_SET_RUN_FORM_V

• FND_REQ_SET_STAGES_FORM_V

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Internal View List

This section lists each private, internal view that Oracle ApplicationObject Library/Workflow uses.

Warning: Oracle Corporation does not support access to OracleApplications data using these views, except from standardOracle Applications forms, reports, and programs.

Oracle Application Object Library/Workflow uses the following internalviews:

• ALR_ALERT_ACTIONS_VIEW

• ALR_ALERT_HISTORY_VIEW

• ALR_CHECK_ACTION_HISTORY_VIEW

• ALR_PERIODIC_ALERTS_VIEW

• ALR_RESPONSE_ACTIONS_VIEW

• ALR_VARIABLES_AND_OUTPUTS

• FND_AMP_REQUESTS_V

• FND_APPLICATION_ALL_VIEW

• FND_APPLICATION_UNKNOWN_VIEW

• FND_CONCURRENT_WORKER_REQUESTS

• FND_CURRENCIES_ACTIVE_MONET_V

• FND_CURRENCIES_ACTIVE_V

• FND_FLEX_CONC_PARAM_VSET_V

• FND_FLEX_CROSS_VALIDATION_V

• FND_FLEX_DESCR_SEG_VSET_V

• FND_FLEX_KEY_SEG_VSET_V

• FND_FLEX_SHORTHAND_ALIAS_V

• FND_FLEX_VALUE_CHILDREN_V

• FND_FLEX_VALUE_DESTINATION_V

• FND_FLEX_VSET_V

• FND_FORM_SESSIONS_V

• FND_ID_FLEX_STRUCTURES_V

• FND_INDEXED_SEGS_V

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• FND_PRINTER_STYLES_VIEW

• FND_SEGMENT_NAMES_V

• FND_SIGNON_AUDIT_VIEW

• FND_USER_VIEW

• FND_V$PROCESS

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Multilingual View List

This section lists each MultiLingual database view that OracleApplication Object Library/Workflow uses. MultiLingual views werecreated to allow certain seed data to be available in multiple nationallanguages simultaneously.

Oracle Application Object Library/Workflow uses the followingMultilingual views:

• FND_APPLICATION_VL

• FND_ATTACHED_DOCS_FORM_VL

• FND_ATTACHMENT_BLK_ENTITIES_VL

• FND_ATTACHMENT_FUNCTIONS_VL

• FND_CONCURRENT_PROGRAMS_VL

• FND_CONCURRENT_QUEUES_VL

• FND_CONC_PP_TEMPLATES_VL

• FND_CONC_RELEASE_CLASSES_VL

• FND_CONC_RELEASE_DISJS_VL

• FND_CONC_RELEASE_PERIODS_VL

• FND_CONC_RELEASE_STATES_VL

• FND_CONC_STATE_LOOKUPS_VL

• FND_CONC_STATE_LOOKUP_TYPES_VL

• FND_CURRENCIES_VL

• FND_DESCRIPTIVE_FLEXS_VL

• FND_DESCR_FLEX_COL_USAGE_VL

• FND_DESCR_FLEX_CONTEXTS_VL

• FND_DOCUMENTS_VL

• FND_DOCUMENT_CATEGORIES_VL

• FND_DOCUMENT_DATATYPES_VL

• FND_DOCUMENT_ENTITIES_VL

• FND_DOC_CATEGORIES_ACTIVE_VL

• FND_DOC_CATEGORY_USAGES_VL

• FND_EXECUTABLES_VL

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• FND_FLEXBUILDER_PARAMS_VL

• FND_FLEX_HIERARCHIES_VL

• FND_FLEX_VALUES_VL

• FND_FLEX_VALUE_RULES_VL

• FND_FLEX_VDATION_RULES_VL

• FND_FORM_FUNCTIONS_VL

• FND_FORM_VL

• FND_ID_FLEX_SEGMENTS_VL

• FND_ID_FLEX_STRUCTURES_VL

• FND_LANGUAGES_VL

• FND_LOOKUP_TYPES_VL

• FND_LOOKUP_VALUES_VL

• FND_MENUS_VL

• FND_MENU_ENTRIES_VL

• FND_MIME_TYPES_VL

• FND_PRINTER_STYLES_VL

• FND_PRINTER_VL

• FND_PROFILE_OPTIONS_VL

• FND_REQUEST_SETS_VL

• FND_REQUEST_SET_STAGES_VL

• FND_RESPONSIBILITY_VL

• FND_SECURITY_GROUPS_VL

• FND_SERVERS_VL

• FND_STAGE_FN_PARAMETERS_VL

• FND_TERRITORIES_VL

• FND_VAL_ATTRIBUTE_TYPES_VL

• WF_ACTIVITIES_VL

• WF_ACTIVITY_ATTRIBUTES_VL

• WF_ITEM_ATTRIBUTES_VL

• WF_ITEM_TYPES_VL

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• WF_MESSAGES_VL

• WF_MESSAGE_ATTRIBUTES_VL

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Module List

This section lists each form, report and concurrent program comprisingApplication Object Library/Workflow.

Forms

APPSTAND Standard Objects

FNDADDSQ Register Sequence

FNDADDTC Update Table Information

FNDADDVW Register View

FNDATCAT Document Category

FNDATDAG Define Audit Groups

FNDATDAI Define Audit Installations

FNDATDAT Define Audit Tables

FNDATDOC Documents

FNDATENT Document Entities

FNDATFUN Attachment Functions

FNDATTCH Attachments

FNDCPDCL Define Concurrent Request Types

FNDCPDCQ Define Concurrent Manager

FNDCPDCS Define Conflicts Domains

FNDCPDIA Request Help

FNDCPDPD Define Work Shifts

FNDCPDSR Define Combined Specialization Rules

FNDCPMCP Define Concurrent Program

FNDCPMMD Register Concurrent Program Library

FNDCPMMT Viewer Options

FNDCPMPE Define Concurrent Program Executable

FNDCPRNO Register Nodes

FNDCPVCM Administer Concurrent Managers

FNDCPVWR File Page Viewer

FNDFFIDF Register Descriptive Flexfield

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FNDFFIIF Register Key Flexfield

FNDFFMCV Define Cross–Validation Rule

FNDFFMDC Define Descriptive Flexfield Segments

FNDFFMHL Define Rollup Groups

FNDFFMIS Define Key Flexfield Segments

FNDFFMSA Define Shorthand Aliases

FNDFFMSV Define Segment Values

FNDFFMVS Define Value Set

FNDFFMWP Account Generation Processes

FNDFFSRA Assign Security Rules

FNDFFSRN Define Security Rule

FNDFLADM Administer Folders

FNDFMFBF Update Form Information

FNDFMFUN Define Form Functions

FNDLVMLU Define Lookups

FNDMDMSG Define Messages

FNDMNMNU Define Menu

FNDNLDCX Define Currency

FNDNLDLG Define Languages

FNDNLDTI Define Territories

FNDPMNET Network Test

FNDPOMPO Define User Profile Option

FNDPOMPV Update System Profile Values

FNDPOMSV Update Personal Profile Values

FNDPOVAL Profile Option Values

FNDPRMPD Define Printer Driver

FNDPRMPR Register Printers

FNDPRRPS Define Print Style

FNDPRTYP Define Printer Types

FNDRSGRP Define Report Group

FNDRSRUN Run Reports

FNDRSSET Administer Report Sets

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FNDSCAPP Register Applications

FNDSCAUS Define Application User

FNDSCDDG Define Data Group

FNDSCGRP Security Groups

FNDSCMON Monitor Application Users

FNDSCMOU Register ORACLE IDs

FNDSCPLS Web Enabled PL/SQL

FNDSCRSP Define Responsibility

FNDSCSGN Sign–On Form

FNDSNASQ Assign Document Sequences

FNDSNDCT Define Document Categories

FNDSNDSQ Define Document Sequences

FNDWFIAS Workflow Status

FNDWFNOT Workflow Notifications

TEMPLATE Template Form

Reports

FNDCPCRQ Completed Concurrent Requests Report

FNDCPPGD Concurrent Program Details Report

FNDCPPGS Concurrent Programs Report

FNDCPWK Work Shifts Report

FNDCPWKM Work Shift by Manager Report

FNDFFCVL Cross–Validation Rules Listing

FNDMNFUN Function Security Function Report

FNDMNMNU Function Security Menu Report

FNDMNNAV Function Security Navigator Report

FNDPOUVL User Profile Option Values

FNDRSRPS Reports and Sets by Responsibility

FNDRSRS Report Sets

FNDRSRSP Report Group Responsibilities

FNDSCARU Active Responsibilities

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FNDSCRUR Users of a Responsibility

FNDSCSRC Signon Audit Concurrent Requests

FNDSCSRF Signon Audit Forms

FNDSCSRL Signon Audit Unsuccessful Logins

FNDSCSRR Signon Audit Responsibilities

FNDSCSRU Signon Audit Users

FNDSCURS Active Users

FNDSNASR Sequence Assignment Report

FNDUPPOS Profile Option Settings

Concurrent Programs

ABORT Abort Concurrent Manager

ACTIVATE Activate Concurrent Manager

DEACTIVATE Deactivate Concurrent Manager

FDADCP Retrieve Audit Data

FDFVGN Compile Value Set Hierarchies

FNDATUPD AuditTrail Update Tables

FNDCPBWV Build FND_CONCURRENT_WORKER_REQUESTSView

FNDCPGLC Build Program Library Catalog

FNDCPPUR Purge Concurrent Request and/or Manager Data

FNDEMON Log/Print Environment Settings

FNDGFH Generic File Help Documents Utility

FNDGFU Generic File Manager Access Utility

FNDLOAD Generic Loader

FNDMDGEN Generate Messages

FNDPRNEV Print Environment Variable Values

FNDRXR Cross–Validation Rule Violation report

FNDSLOAD Function Security Loader

FNDWFBG Workflow Background Process

FNDWFLOAD Workflow Definitions Loader

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FNDWFMAIL Notification Mailer

FNDWFRESGEN Workflow Resource Generator

RESTART Restart Concurrent Manager

SHUTDOWN Shutdown Concurrent Manager

STARTUP Startup Concurrent Manager

VERIFY Verify Concurrent Managers

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Detailed Design

his chapter presents a detailed design for implementing OracleApplication Object Library/Workflow. It contains detailed

definitions of tables and views that you may need to reference to writecustom reports or use for other data extraction.

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Overview of Detailed Design

During Detailed Design, we specify in detail how each applicationscomponent should work. We prepare detailed definitions of tables andviews.

You can refer to this Detailed Design chapter to gain a detailedunderstanding of the underlying structure and processing of OracleApplication Object Library/Workflow that enables you to:

• Convert existing application data

• Integrate your Oracle Application Object Library/Workflowapplication with your other applications systems

• Write custom reports

• Define alerts against Oracle Applications tables

• Create views for decision support queries using query tools

• Configure your Oracle Self–Service Web Applications

Table and View Definitions

The Table and View Definitions section contains a detailed definition ofOracle Application Object Library/Workflow applications tables. Foreach table, it provides information about primary keys, foreign keys,QuickCodes, indexes, triggers, and sequences. It also gives you adetailed description of each column and its characteristics. In addition,it provides the SQL statement that defines each view. Review thissection to get a detailed understanding of what tables your OracleApplication Object Library/Workflow application contains, and how ituses them to hold and access the information it needs.

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Table and View Definitions

This section contains a detailed description of each Oracle ApplicationObject Library/Workflow table and view that you may need toreference. For each table, it presents detailed information about:

• Primary keys

• Foreign keys

• Column descriptions

• Indexes

• Oracle sequences

• Triggers

• View derivations

The following sections appear in each table or view description:

Foreign Keys

To help you understand the relationships between tables, we list eachforeign key contained in a table. For each foreign key in a table, we listthe primary key table name (the table to which a foreign key refers), itscorresponding primary key columns, and the foreign key columns thatrefer to those primary key columns.

When the primary key table has a composite primary key, we list eachcolumn of the composite key sequentially.

If a table contains two or more distinct foreign keys that refer to thesame primary key table, we repeat the primary key table name and listeach of the distinct foreign keys separately.

QuickCodes Columns

When a database column contains a QuickCodes value, which weimplement using a foreign key to FND_LOOKUPS, MFG_LOOKUPS,or to some other lookup table, we list the QuickCodes type (lookuptype) to which the QuickCodes value must belong and a complete listof QuickCodes values and meanings. Some QuickCodes can bedefined by you in the application. These values are designated asUser–defined.

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Column Descriptions

We list the important characteristics of each column in a table or view.These characteristics include whether the column is part of the table’sprimary key, whether Oracle8i requires a value for this column, and thedata type of the column. We also give you a brief description of howthe Oracle Application Object Library and your Workflow applicationuses the column.

When a column is part of a table’s primary key, we append the notation(PK) to the name of that column.

To help you understand which columns the Oracle Application ObjectLibrary and your Workflow application uses and which columns itdoes not use, we alert you to any unused column. When no moduleuses a database column, we show one of the following legends in theDescription column:

The Oracle Application Object Library and yourWorkflow application does not use this column,although the column might be used in a futurerelease.

The Oracle Application Object Library and yourWorkflow application no longer uses this column.AutoInstall installs this column. Subsequentversions of the Oracle Application Object Libraryand your Workflow application might not includethis column.

The Oracle Application Object Library and yourWorkflow application no longer uses this column.If you upgraded your software from an earlierversion, you may still have this column, dependingupon whether you chose to delete it during anupgrade process. If you install the OracleApplication Object Library and your Workflowapplication, you do not have this column.

Standard Who Columns

Most Oracle Application Object Library and Workflow applicationtables contain standard columns to support \ Row Who. When yourprogram or SQL*Plus command selects a row from a table, use thesecolumns to determine who last updated the row. If your program or

Not currentlyused

No longer used

No longerinstalled

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SQL*Plus command updates or inserts a row in an interface table, youmust populate each of the five standard Who columns:

Date when a user last updated this row

User who last updated this row (foreignkey to FND_USER.USER_ID)

Date when this row was created

User who created this row (foreign key toFND_USER.USER_ID)

Operating system login of user who lastupdated this row (foreign key toFND_LOGINS.LOGIN_ID). You shouldset this to NULL, or to 0 if NULL is notallowed

Since every table containing Who columns has several foreign keys tothe tables FND_USER and FND_LOGINS, we do not include theforeign key columns LAST_UPDATED_BY, CREATED_BY, orLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN in a table’s list of foreign keys.

Additional Who Columns for Concurrent Programs

Some Oracle Application Object Library and Workflow applicationtables also contain several additional Who columns to distinguishbetween changes a user makes with a form and changes a concurrentprogram makes. When a concurrent program updates or inserts a rowin a table, the concurrent program populates the following additionalWho columns:

Concurrent request ID of program that lastupdated this row (foreign key toFND_CONCURRENT_REQUESTS.RE -QUEST_ID)

Application ID of program that lastupdated this row (foreign key toFND_APPLICATION.APPLICATION_ID)

Program ID of program that last updatedthis row (foreign key to FND_CONCUR-RENT_PROGRAM.CONCURRENT_PRO -GRAM_ID)

Date when a program last updated thisrow

LAST_UPDATE_DATE

LAST_UPDATED_BY

CREATION_DATE

CREATED_BY

LAST_UPDATE_LOGIN

REQUEST_ID

PROGRAM_APPLICATION_ID

PROGRAM_ID

PROGRAM_UPDATE_DATE

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Since every table containing these additional Who columns has severalforeign keys to the tables FND_CONCURRENT_REQUESTS,FND_APPLICATION, and FND_CONCURRENT_PROGRAM, we donot include the foreign key columns REQUEST_ID,PROGRAM_APPLICATION_ID, or PROGRAM_ID in a table’s list offoreign keys.

Indexes

If an Oracle Application Object Library and Workflow application tableuses an Oracle8i index, we list the database columns that comprise thatindex, in sequential order.

Note: The indexes we document in this manual correspond tounique keys we specified during product development and testing.In some cases, we may add additional indexes during the portingprocess to fine–tune performance on specific platforms; therefore,there may be minor differences between the indexes documented inthis book and the indexes for production versions of OracleApplication Object Library/Workflow.

Sequences

The Oracle Application Object Library and your Workflow applicationuses Oracle8i sequence generators to generate unique integers. If anytable column gets its value from an Oracle8i sequence generator, we listthe name of the corresponding sequence generator and the name of thecolumn that stores the unique integer.

Database Triggers

If a table has one or more active database triggers, we provide a briefexplanation of each database trigger and when it fires.

View Derivation

For each Oracle Application Object Library and Workflow applicationview you may need to reference, we include important elements from

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the SQL statement that defines or creates a view. By studying this viewdefinition, you can understand exactly how a view derives its contents.

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ALR_ALERTS

ALR_ALERTS stores information about the alerts you define. You needone row for each alert. Each row includes the alert name, applicationthat owns the alert and the Select statement, as well as frequencyinformation for periodic alerts or event information for event alerts.Oracle Alert uses ALERT_CONDITION_TYPE to identify whether analert is periodic or event. Frequency is further defined by the value inFREQUENCY_TYPE coupled with a value in the appropriate field,WEEKLY_CHECK_DAY, MONTHLY_CHECK_DAY_NUM, orDAYS_BETWEEN_CHECKS. Oracle Alert uses the fieldsCHECK_TIME, CHECK_START_TIME, CHECK_END_TIME,SECONDS_BETWEEN_CHECKS, and CHECK_ONCE_DAILY_FLAGto determine when and how often to check the periodic alert on thescheduled day. An event alert is further defined by an insert or update(INSERT_FLAG, UPDATE_FLAG) transaction occurring in anapplication form whose base table is the one identified by the value inTABLE_ID and TABLE_APPLICATION_ID.

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_TABLES APPLICATION_ID TABLE_APPLICATION_IDTABLE_ID TABLE_ID

QuickCodes ColumnsColumn QuickCodes Type QuickCodes Table

ALERT_CONDITION_TYPE ALERT_CONDITION_TYPE ALR_LOOKUPSE EventP Periodic

FREQUENCY_TYPE ALERT_FREQUENCY_TYPE ALR_LOOKUPSB Every N Business DaysC Every N Calendar DaysM MonthlyO On DemandW Weekly

CHECK_ONCE_DAILY_FLAG YES_NO FND_LOOKUPSN NoY Yes

INSERT_FLAG YES_NO FND_LOOKUPSN NoY Yes

UPDATE_FLAG YES_NO FND_LOOKUPSN NoY Yes

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

APPLICATION_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER Application identifierALERT_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER Alert identifier

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Column Descriptions (Continued)Name Null? Type Description

ALERT_NAME NOT NULL VARCHAR2(50) Alert nameLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NULL NUMBER Standard Who columnALERT_CONDITION_TYPE NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Identifies whether an alert is

periodic or eventENABLED_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Enabled flagSTART_DATE_ACTIVE NOT NULL DATE Creation date of alertEND_DATE_ACTIVE NULL DATE Last date alert is enabledTABLE_ID NULL NUMBER Event table identifierTABLE_APPLICATION_ID NULL NUMBER Application identifier for

event tableDESCRIPTION NULL VARCHAR2(240) DescriptionFREQUENCY_TYPE NULL VARCHAR2(1) Periodic alert frequency type

lookup codeWEEKLY_CHECK_DAY NULL VARCHAR2(3) Day on which Oracle Alert

checks a weekly periodic alertMONTHLY_CHECK_DAY_NUM NULL NUMBER Day number on which Oracle

Alert checks a monthly periodicalert

DAYS_BETWEEN_CHECKS NULL NUMBER Number of days Oracle Alertskips between Every N CalendarDays or Every N Business Daysperiodic alerts

CHECK_BEGIN_DATE NULL DATE Date to start Periodic ChecksDATE_LAST_CHECKED NULL DATE Date the alert was last checkedINSERT_FLAG NULL VARCHAR2(1) Flag denoting whether or not

event alert fires on insertUPDATE_FLAG NULL VARCHAR2(1) Flag denoting whether or not

event alert fires on updateDELETE_FLAG NULL VARCHAR2(1) No longer usedMAINTAIN_HISTORY_DAYS NULL NUMBER Number of days for which to

save historyCHECK_TIME NULL NUMBER Alert check time for alerts

checked only once on day ofcheck

CHECK_START_TIME NULL NUMBER Time at which first periodicalert check is submitted for analert scheduled to be checkedmore than once on a particularday

CHECK_END_TIME NULL NUMBER Time at which last periodicalert check is submitted for analert scheduled to be checkedmore than once on a particularday

SECONDS_BETWEEN_CHECKS NULL NUMBER Interval (in seconds) for analert scheduled to be checkedmore than once on a particularday

CHECK_ONCE_DAILY_FLAG NULL VARCHAR2(1) Flag denoting whether periodicalert is single–check ormultiple checks on check day

SQL_STATEMENT_TEXT NULL LONG Select statementONE_TIME_ONLY_FLAG NULL NUMBER(1) No longer usedTABLE_NAME NULL VARCHAR2(31) Table name for event alert

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Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

ALR_ALERTS_N1 NOT UNIQUE 1 ALERT_CONDITION_TYPE2 APPLICATION_ID

ALR_ALERTS_U1 UNIQUE 1 APPLICATION_ID2 ALERT_ID

ALR_ALERTS_U2 UNIQUE 1 APPLICATION_ID2 ALERT_NAME

SequencesSequence Derived Column

ALR_ALERTS_S ALERT_ID

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FA_BOOK_CONTROLS

FA_BOOK_CONTROLS contains control information that affects allassets in a depreciation book. LAST_PERIOD_COUNTER is the lastperiod for which you ran the depreciation program on a book. OracleAssets uses it to prevent you from running the depreciation programmultiple times for a period and to ensure that you run it for consecutiveperiods. INITIAL_PERIOD_COUNTER is the period prior to the one inwhich you created this book. INITIAL_DATE is the last date on whichyou ran depreciation for this book on your previous system before youstarted using Oracle Assets. ACCOUNTING_FLEX_STRUCTUREdetermines which Accounting Flexfield structure the depreciation bookuses. It matches a CHART_OF_ACCOUNTS_ID inGL_CODE_COMBINATIONS. Oracle Assets uses it to configureAccounting Flexfield pop–up windows and to run reports that use theaccount number. DEPRN_REQUEST_ID is the concurrent requestnumber for the last time you ran the depreciation program on a book.Oracle Assets updates this column as soon as the depreciation programbegins running. DEPRN_STATUS specifies whether depreciation islocking the book. Oracle Assets uses DEPRN_STATUS to prevent youfrom entering transactions while depreciation is running. It can be: C Completed E Error R Running S Submitted

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FA_BOOK_CONTROLS BOOK_TYPE_CODE MASS_COPY_SOURCE_BOOKFA_BOOK_CONTROLS BOOK_TYPE_CODE DISTRIBUTION_SOURCE_BOOKFA_CALENDAR_TYPES CALENDAR_TYPE DEPRN_CALENDARFA_CALENDAR_TYPES CALENDAR_TYPE PRORATE_CALENDARFA_DEPRN_PERIODS BOOK_TYPE_CODE BOOK_TYPE_CODE

PERIOD_COUNTER INITIAL_PERIOD_COUNTERFA_DEPRN_PERIODS BOOK_TYPE_CODE BOOK_TYPE_CODE

PERIOD_COUNTER LAST_PERIOD_COUNTERFA_DEPRN_PERIODS BOOK_TYPE_CODE BOOK_TYPE_CODE

PERIOD_COUNTER LAST_MASS_COPY_PERIOD_COUNTERFA_DEPRN_PERIODS BOOK_TYPE_CODE BOOK_TYPE_CODE

PERIOD_COUNTER LAST_PURGE_PERIOD_COUNTERFA_FISCAL_YEAR FISCAL_YEAR CURRENT_FISCAL_YEAR

FISCAL_YEAR_NAME FISCAL_YEAR_NAMEFND_CONCURRENT_REQUESTS REQUEST_ID DEPRN_REQUEST_IDFND_CONCURRENT_REQUESTS REQUEST_ID MASS_REQUEST_IDGL_CODE_COMBINATIONS CODE_COMBINATION_ID FLEXBUILDER_DEFAULTS_CCIDGL_JE_CATEGORIES_TL JE_CATEGORY_NAME JE_RETIREMENT_CATEGORYGL_JE_CATEGORIES_TL JE_CATEGORY_NAME JE_DEPRECIATION_CATEGORYGL_JE_CATEGORIES_TL JE_CATEGORY_NAME JE_RECLASS_CATEGORYGL_JE_CATEGORIES_TL JE_CATEGORY_NAME JE_ADDITION_CATEGORYGL_JE_CATEGORIES_TL JE_CATEGORY_NAME JE_ADJUSTMENT_CATEGORY

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GL_JE_CATEGORIES_TL JE_CATEGORY_NAME JE_TRANSFER_CATEGORYGL_JE_CATEGORIES_TL JE_CATEGORY_NAME JE_DEFERRED_DEPRN_CATEGORYGL_JE_CATEGORIES_TL JE_CATEGORY_NAME JE_CIP_ADJUSTMENT_CATEGORYGL_JE_CATEGORIES_TL JE_CATEGORY_NAME JE_CIP_ADDITION_CATEGORY

Foreign Keys (Continued)Primary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

GL_JE_CATEGORIES_TL JE_CATEGORY_NAME JE_CIP_RECLASS_CATEGORYGL_JE_CATEGORIES_TL JE_CATEGORY_NAME JE_CIP_RETIREMENT_CATEGORYGL_JE_CATEGORIES_TL JE_CATEGORY_NAME JE_CIP_REVAL_CATEGORYGL_JE_CATEGORIES_TL JE_CATEGORY_NAME JE_CIP_TRANSFER_CATEGORYGL_JE_CATEGORIES_TL JE_CATEGORY_NAME JE_REVAL_CATEGORYGL_JE_CATEGORIES_TL JE_CATEGORY_NAME JE_DEPRN_ADJUSTMENT_CATEGORYGL_JE_SOURCES_TL JE_SOURCE_NAME GL_JE_SOURCEGL_SETS_OF_BOOKS SET_OF_BOOKS_ID SET_OF_BOOKS_ID

QuickCodes ColumnsColumn QuickCodes Type QuickCodes Table

ALLOW_CIP_ASSETS_FLAG YESNO FA_LOOKUPSNO NOYES YES

ALLOW_COST_CEILING YESNO FA_LOOKUPSNO NOYES YES

ALLOW_DEPRN_ADJUSTMENTS YESNO FA_LOOKUPSNO NOYES YES

ALLOW_DEPRN_EXP_CEILING YESNO FA_LOOKUPSNO NOYES YES

ALLOW_MASS_CHANGES YESNO FA_LOOKUPSNO NOYES YES

ALLOW_MASS_COPY YESNO FA_LOOKUPSNO NOYES YES

ALLOW_PURGE_FLAG YESNO FA_LOOKUPSNO NOYES YES

ALLOW_REVAL_FLAG YESNO FA_LOOKUPSNO NOYES YES

AMORTIZE_FLAG YESNO FA_LOOKUPSNO NOYES YES

AMORTIZE_REVAL_RESERVE_FLAG YESNO FA_LOOKUPSNO NOYES YES

BOOK_CLASS BOOK CLASS FA_LOOKUPSBUDGET BUDGETCORPORATE CORPORATETAX TAX

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COPY_ADJUSTMENTS_FLAG YESNO FA_LOOKUPSNO NOYES YES

COPY_RETIREMENTS_FLAG YESNO FA_LOOKUPSNO NO

QuickCodes Columns (Continued)Column QuickCodes Type QuickCodes Table

YES YES

COPY_SALVAGE_VALUE_FLAG YESNO FA_LOOKUPSNO NOYES YES

DEPRN_ALLOCATION_CODE DEPRN ALLOCATION FA_LOOKUPSD BY DAYSE EVENLY

DEPRN_STATUS DEPRN STATUS FA_LOOKUPSC COMPLETEDE ERRORR RUNNINGS SUBMITTED

DEPR_FIRST_YEAR_RET_FLAG YESNO FA_LOOKUPSNO NOYES YES

FULLY_RESERVED_FLAG YESNO FA_LOOKUPSNO NOYES YES

GL_POSTING_ALLOWED_FLAG YESNO FA_LOOKUPSNO NOYES YES

ITC_ALLOWED_FLAG YESNO FA_LOOKUPSNO NOYES YES

RETIRE_REVAL_RESERVE_FLAG YESNO FA_LOOKUPSNO NOYES YES

REVAL_DEPRN_RESERVE_FLAG YESNO FA_LOOKUPSNO NOYES YES

REVAL_YTD_DEPRN_FLAG YESNO FA_LOOKUPSNO NOYES YES

RUN_YEAR_END_PROGRAM YESNO FA_LOOKUPSNO NOYES YES

USE_PERCENT_SALVAGE_VALUE_FLAG YESNO FA_LOOKUPSNO NOYES YES

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

BOOK_TYPE_CODE (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(15) Book nameBOOK_TYPE_NAME NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30) Description of the book

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SET_OF_BOOKS_ID NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Set of books identificationnumber for GL set of books

INITIAL_DATE NOT NULL DATE Date the last time depreciationwas run for this book on theprevious asset system

LAST_DEPRN_RUN_DATE NOT NULL DATE Date of the last depreciation

Column Descriptions (Continued)Name Null? Type Description

AMORTIZE_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(3) Indicates whether or not toallow amortized changes

FULLY_RESERVED_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(3) No longer usedDEPRN_CALENDAR NOT NULL VARCHAR2(15) Name of depreciation calendarBOOK_CLASS NOT NULL VARCHAR2(15) Indicates whether the book is a

corporate, tax, or budget bookGL_POSTING_ALLOWED_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(3) Indicates whether or not to

allow posting to GLCURRENT_FISCAL_YEAR NOT NULL NUMBER(4) Current fiscal year for the

bookALLOW_MASS_CHANGES NOT NULL VARCHAR2(3) Indicates whether or not to

allow mass changesALLOW_DEPRN_ADJUSTMENTS NOT NULL VARCHAR2(3) Indicates whether or not to

allow depreciation reserveadjustments in tax books

ACCOUNTING_FLEX_STRUCTURE NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Accounting flexfield structureLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnPRORATE_CALENDAR NOT NULL VARCHAR2(15) Name of prorate calendarDATE_INEFFECTIVE NULL DATE Date that the book is no longer

activeJE_RETIREMENT_CATEGORY NULL VARCHAR2(30) Journal category for

retirementsJE_DEPRECIATION_CATEGORY NULL VARCHAR2(30) Journal category for

depreciationJE_RECLASS_CATEGORY NULL VARCHAR2(30) Journal category for

reclassificationsGL_JE_SOURCE NULL VARCHAR2(30) General ledger journal entry

sourceJE_ADDITION_CATEGORY NULL VARCHAR2(30) Journal category for additionsJE_ADJUSTMENT_CATEGORY NULL VARCHAR2(30) Journal category for

adjustmentsDISTRIBUTION_SOURCE_BOOK NOT NULL VARCHAR2(15) Associated corporate book used

for tracking distributionsJE_TRANSFER_CATEGORY NULL VARCHAR2(30) Journal category for transfersCOPY_RETIREMENTS_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(3) Indicates whether or not to

copy retirements in a mass copyCOPY_ADJUSTMENTS_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(3) Indicates whether or not to

copy adjustments in a mass copyDEPRN_REQUEST_ID NULL NUMBER(15) Concurrent request

identification number for thelast depreciation run

ALLOW_COST_CEILING NOT NULL VARCHAR2(3) Indicates whether or not toallow cost ceilings

ALLOW_DEPRN_EXP_CEILING NOT NULL VARCHAR2(3) Indicates whether or not toallow depreciation expenseceilings

CALCULATE_NBV NOT NULL VARCHAR2(3) No longer usedRUN_YEAR_END_PROGRAM NOT NULL VARCHAR2(3) Indicates that the year end

program is runningJE_DEFERRED_DEPRN_CATEGORY NULL VARCHAR2(30) Journal category for deferred

depreciation

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ALLOW_CIP_ASSETS_FLAG NULL VARCHAR2(3) Indicates whether or not toallow copying CIP assets fromcorporate book to tax book

ITC_ALLOWED_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(3) Indicates whether or not toallow ITC

CREATED_BY NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who column

Column Descriptions (Continued)Name Null? Type Description

ALLOW_MASS_COPY NOT NULL VARCHAR2(3) Indicates whether or not toallow mass copy

ALLOW_PURGE_FLAG NULL VARCHAR2(3) Indicates whether or not toallow purge

ALLOW_REVAL_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(3) Indicates whether or not toallow revaluation

AMORTIZE_REVAL_RESERVE_FLAG NULL VARCHAR2(3) Indicates whether or not toamortize revaluation reserve

AP_INTERCOMPANY_ACCT NOT NULL VARCHAR2(25) Intercompany payables accountsegment

AR_INTERCOMPANY_ACCT NOT NULL VARCHAR2(25) Intercompany receivablesaccount segment

ATTRIBUTE1 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE2 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE3 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE4 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE5 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE6 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE7 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE8 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE9 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE10 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE11 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE12 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE13 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE14 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE15 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE_CATEGORY_CODE NULL VARCHAR2(30) Descriptive flexfield structure

defining columnCAPITAL_GAIN_THRESHOLD NULL NUMBER Minimum time to hold an asset

for Oracle Assets to report itas a capital gain on the form4797 reports when you retire it

COPY_SALVAGE_VALUE_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(3) Indicates whether or not tomass copy salvage value

COST_OF_REMOVAL_CLEARING_ACCT NOT NULL VARCHAR2(25) Clearing account segment forcost of removal upon retirement

COST_OF_REMOVAL_GAIN_ACCT NOT NULL VARCHAR2(25) Account segment for cost ofremoval upon retirement thatresults in a gain

COST_OF_REMOVAL_LOSS_ACCT NOT NULL VARCHAR2(25) Account segment for cost ofremoval upon retirement thatresults in a loss

DEFAULT_LIFE_EXTENSION_CEILING NULL NUMBER Default maximum factor by whichthe life can be multiplied whenbacking out depreciation duringrevaluation. Does not affectthe actual asset life

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DEFAULT_LIFE_EXTENSION_FACTOR NULL NUMBER Default factor by which toextend the life when revaluinga fully reserved asset

DEFAULT_MAX_FULLY_RSVD_REVALS NULL NUMBER(15) Default maximum number of timesan asset can be revalued asfully reserved

DEFAULT_REVAL_FULLY_RSVD_FLAG NULL VARCHAR2(3) Indicates whether or not torevalue fully reserved assetsin this book by default

DEFERRED_DEPRN_EXPENSE_ACCT NOT NULL VARCHAR2(25) Expense account segment fordeferred depreciation

Column Descriptions (Continued)Name Null? Type Description

DEFERRED_DEPRN_RESERVE_ACCT NOT NULL VARCHAR2(25) Reserve account segment fordeferred depreciation

DEPRN_ALLOCATION_CODE NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Determines whether to allocateannual depreciation expense toeach period evenly (E) or bythe number of days in thatperiod (D)

DEPRN_STATUS NULL VARCHAR2(1) Specifies whether thedepreciation program is lockingthe book. Either C(completed), E (error), R(running), or S (submitted)

FISCAL_YEAR_NAME NULL VARCHAR2(30) Name of fiscal year for whichthe book is defined

INITIAL_PERIOD_COUNTER NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Period before the period youcreated this book

JE_CIP_ADJUSTMENT_CATEGORY NULL VARCHAR2(30) Journal category for CIPadjustments

JE_CIP_ADDITION_CATEGORY NULL VARCHAR2(30) Journal category for CIPadditions

JE_CIP_RECLASS_CATEGORY NULL VARCHAR2(30) Journal category for CIPreclassifications

JE_CIP_RETIREMENT_CATEGORY NULL VARCHAR2(30) Journal category for CIPretirements

JE_CIP_REVAL_CATEGORY NULL VARCHAR2(30) Reserved for future useJE_CIP_TRANSFER_CATEGORY NULL VARCHAR2(30) Journal category for CIP

transfersJE_REVAL_CATEGORY NULL VARCHAR2(30) Journal category for

revaluationsLAST_MASS_COPY_PERIOD_COUNTER NULL NUMBER(15) Last corporate period mass

copied into this tax bookLAST_PERIOD_COUNTER NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Last period depreciated in this

bookLAST_PURGE_PERIOD_COUNTER NULL NUMBER(15) Last period purged for this

bookMASS_COPY_SOURCE_BOOK NULL VARCHAR2(15) Associated corporate book to

Mass Copy fromMASS_REQUEST_ID NULL NUMBER(15) Concurrent request ID of a mass

transaction locking any assetsin this book

NBV_AMOUNT_THRESHOLD NULL NUMBER Rounding information fordepreciation based on currencyand precision

NBV_FRACTION_THRESHOLD NULL NUMBER Rounding information fordepreciation based on currencyand precision

NBV_RETIRED_GAIN_ACCT NOT NULL VARCHAR2(25) NBV retired account segment touse if retirement results in again

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NBV_RETIRED_LOSS_ACCT NOT NULL VARCHAR2(25) NBV retired account segment touse if retirement results in aloss

PROCEEDS_OF_SALE_CLEARING_ACCT NOT NULL VARCHAR2(25) Proceeds of sale clearingaccount segment

PROCEEDS_OF_SALE_GAIN_ACCT NOT NULL VARCHAR2(25) Proceeds of sale accountsegment to use if retirementresults in a gain

PROCEEDS_OF_SALE_LOSS_ACCT NOT NULL VARCHAR2(25) Proceeds of sale accountsegment to use if retirementresults in a loss

REVALUE_ON_RETIREMENT_FLAG NULL VARCHAR2(3) Indicates whether or not torevalue upon retirement

Column Descriptions (Continued)Name Null? Type Description

REVAL_DEPRN_RESERVE_FLAG NULL VARCHAR2(3) Indicates whether or not torevalue depreciation reserve

REVAL_POSTING_FLAG NULL VARCHAR2(3) Reserved for future useREVAL_RSV_RETIRED_GAIN_ACCT NOT NULL VARCHAR2(25) Revaluation reserve retired

account segment to use ifretirement results in a gain

REVAL_RSV_RETIRED_LOSS_ACCT NOT NULL VARCHAR2(25) Revaluation reserve retiredaccount segment to use ifretirement results in a loss

DEPRN_ADJUSTMENT_ACCT NOT NULL VARCHAR2(25) Account segment for reserveadjustments in tax books

IMMEDIATE_COPY_FLAG NULL VARCHAR2(3) Reserved for future useJE_DEPRN_ADJUSTMENT_CATEGORY NULL VARCHAR2(30) Journal category for tax

depreciation adjustmentsDEPR_FIRST_YEAR_RET_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(3) Indicates whether or not to

depreciate assets retired inthe first year of life

FLEXBUILDER_DEFAULTS_CCID NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Code combination ID of segmentdefault values for the AccountGenerator

RETIRE_REVAL_RESERVE_FLAG NULL VARCHAR2(3) Indicates whether or not toretire revaluation reserve

USE_CURRENT_NBV_FOR_DEPRN NOT NULL VARCHAR2(3) Reserved for future useCOPY_ADDITIONS_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(3) Indicates whether or not to

copy additions in a mass copyUSE_PERCENT_SALVAGE_VALUE_FLAG NULL VARCHAR2(3) Reserved for future useMC_SOURCE_FLAG NULL VARCHAR2(1) Indicates whether the book is

an MRC–enabled bookREVAL_YTD_DEPRN_FLAG NULL VARCHAR2(3) Reserved for future useGLOBAL_ATTRIBUTE1 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Reserved for country–specific

functionalityGLOBAL_ATTRIBUTE2 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Reserved for country–specific

functionalityGLOBAL_ATTRIBUTE3 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Reserved for country–specific

functionalityGLOBAL_ATTRIBUTE4 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Reserved for country–specific

functionalityGLOBAL_ATTRIBUTE5 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Reserved for country–specific

functionalityGLOBAL_ATTRIBUTE6 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Reserved for country–specific

functionalityGLOBAL_ATTRIBUTE7 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Reserved for country–specific

functionalityGLOBAL_ATTRIBUTE8 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Reserved for country–specific

functionalityGLOBAL_ATTRIBUTE9 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Reserved for country–specific

functionality

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GLOBAL_ATTRIBUTE10 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Reserved for country–specificfunctionality

GLOBAL_ATTRIBUTE11 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Reserved for country–specificfunctionality

GLOBAL_ATTRIBUTE12 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Reserved for country–specificfunctionality

GLOBAL_ATTRIBUTE13 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Reserved for country–specificfunctionality

GLOBAL_ATTRIBUTE14 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Reserved for country–specificfunctionality

GLOBAL_ATTRIBUTE15 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Reserved for country–specificfunctionality

GLOBAL_ATTRIBUTE16 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Reserved for country–specificfunctionality

Column Descriptions (Continued)Name Null? Type Description

GLOBAL_ATTRIBUTE17 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Reserved for country–specificfunctionality

GLOBAL_ATTRIBUTE18 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Reserved for country–specificfunctionality

GLOBAL_ATTRIBUTE19 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Reserved for country–specificfunctionality

GLOBAL_ATTRIBUTE20 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Reserved for country–specificfunctionality

GLOBAL_ATTRIBUTE_CATEGORY NULL VARCHAR2(30) Reserved for country–specificfunctionality

ORG_ID NULL NUMBER(15) Organization ID

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FA_BOOK_CONTROLS_U1 UNIQUE 1 BOOK_TYPE_CODE

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

Database Triggers

Trigger Name : FA_MC_BOOK_CONTROLS_ADTrigger Time : AFTERTrigger Level : ROWTrigger Event : DELETE

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FND_APPLICATION

FND_APPLICATION stores information about all of the applicationsregistered with Oracle Application Object Library. Each row includesthe name and description of the application. Each row also includes theapplication short name, which forms use for calling concurrentprograms, and the application prefix, which Message Dictionary uses togenerate application messages. Since the application code oftendepends upon application names and shortnames, you should neverchange their values. You need one row for each application you use ordevelop. Oracle Application Object Library uses this information toidentify most application objects, such as forms, windows, regions,menus, tables, and fields, and Oracle Application Object Library alsodisplays this information in LOVs.

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

APPLICATION_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER Application identifierAPPLICATION_SHORT_NAME NOT NULL VARCHAR2(50) Application short nameLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnBASEPATH NULL VARCHAR2(20) The variable that stores the

directory path of the TOPdirectory for the application

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_APPLICATION_U1 UNIQUE 1 APPLICATION_IDFND_APPLICATION_U3 UNIQUE 1 APPLICATION_SHORT_NAME

SequencesSequence Derived Column

FND_APPLICATION_S APPLICATION_ID

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FND_APPLICATION_SERVERS

FND_APPLICATION_SERVERS stores information about applicationservers authenticated to access the instance..

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

SERVER_ID (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(64) Identifier for an applicationserver machine. Generally arandomly generated string.

SERVER_ADDRESS NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30) IP address for applicationserver machine

DESCRIPTION NULL VARCHAR2(240) User–friendly name or otherdescription of applicationserver machine

CREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NULL NUMBER Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_DATE NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who column

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_APPLICATION_SERVERS_U1 UNIQUE 1 SERVER_IDFND_APPLICATION_SERVERS_U2 UNIQUE 1 SERVER_ADDRESS

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_APPLICATION_TL

FND_APPLICATION_TL stores translated information about all theapplications registered with Oracle Application Object Library. Eachrow includes the language the row is translated to, the name anddescription of the application, and the application identifier whichuniquely identifies the application. You need one row for eachapplication in each of the installed languages.

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_APPLICATION APPLICATION_ID APPLICATION_ID

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

APPLICATION_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER Application identifierLANGUAGE (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(4) LanguageAPPLICATION_NAME NOT NULL VARCHAR2(240) Name of applicationCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnDESCRIPTION NULL VARCHAR2(240) DescriptionSOURCE_LANG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(4) The Language the text will

mirror. If text is not yettranslated into LANGUAGE thenany changes to the text in thesource language row will bereflected here as well.

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_APPLICATION_TL_U1 UNIQUE 1 APPLICATION_ID2 LANGUAGE

FND_APPLICATION_TL_U2 UNIQUE 2 APPLICATION_NAME4 LANGUAGE

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_APPL_SESSIONS

FND_APPL_SESSIONS stores auditing information for non–Formsbased applications sessions.

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

LOGIN_TYPE NOT NULL VARCHAR2(8) Type of sessionLOGIN_ID NOT NULL NUMBER Identifier of login session (FK

fnd_logins.login_id)AUDSID NOT NULL NUMBER db audsid (v$session.audsid)START_TIME NOT NULL DATE Session start timeEND_TIME NULL DATE Session end timeRESOURCE_CONSUMER_GROUP NULL VARCHAR2(32) Resource Consumer Group in

which this session ran or wasrunning

LOGIN_RESP_ID NULL NUMBER(15) Responsibility identifier (FKfnd_login_responsibilities.login_resp_id)

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_APPL_SESSIONS_N1 NOT UNIQUE 1 AUDSIDFND_APPL_SESSIONS_N2 NOT UNIQUE 1 LOGIN_ID

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_ATTACHED_DOCUMENTS

FND_ATTACHED_DOCUMENTS stores information relating adocument to an application entity. For example, a record may link adocument to a sales order or an item. Each row contains foreign keys toFND_DOCUMENTS and FND_DOCUMENT_ENTITIES. There is also aflag to indicate whether or not an attachment was created automatically.

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_CONCURRENT_PROGRAMS APPLICATION_ID PROGRAM_APPLICATION_IDCONCURRENT_PROGRAM_ID PROGRAM_ID

FND_CONCURRENT_REQUESTS REQUEST_ID REQUEST_IDFND_DOCUMENTS DOCUMENT_ID DOCUMENT_ID

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

ATTACHED_DOCUMENT_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER Attached document identifierDOCUMENT_ID NOT NULL NUMBER Document identifier of the long

document being replicatedCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NULL NUMBER Standard Who columnSEQ_NUM NOT NULL NUMBER User–entered sequence number

for displaying attachments inorder

ENTITY_NAME NOT NULL VARCHAR2(40) Foreign key toFND_DOCUMENT_ENTITIESindicating which applicationentity the document is relatedto

PK1_VALUE NULL VARCHAR2(100) Part of the related entity’sforeign key

PK2_VALUE NULL VARCHAR2(100) Part of the related entity’sforeign key

PK3_VALUE NULL VARCHAR2(100) Part of the related entity’sforeign key

PK4_VALUE NULL VARCHAR2(150) Part of the related entity’sforeign key

PK5_VALUE NULL VARCHAR2(150) Part of the related entity’sforeign key

AUTOMATICALLY_ADDED_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Flag indicating an attachmentwas created automatically

PROGRAM_APPLICATION_ID NULL NUMBER Standard extended Who columnPROGRAM_ID NULL NUMBER Standard extended Who columnPROGRAM_UPDATE_DATE NULL DATE Standard extended Who columnREQUEST_ID NULL NUMBER Standard extended Who columnATTRIBUTE_CATEGORY NULL VARCHAR2(30) Descriptive Flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE1 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive Flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE2 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive Flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE3 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive Flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE4 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive Flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE5 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive Flexfield segment

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Column Descriptions (Continued)Name Null? Type Description

ATTRIBUTE6 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive Flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE7 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive Flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE8 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive Flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE9 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive Flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE10 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive Flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE11 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive Flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE12 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive Flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE13 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive Flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE14 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive Flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE15 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive Flexfield segmentCOLUMN1 NULL VARCHAR2(30) Column to ensure R10 to R10sc

compatibilityAPP_SOURCE_VERSION NULL VARCHAR2(255) Column to ensure R10 to 10sc

compatability

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_ATTACHED_DOCUMENTS_N1 NOT UNIQUE 1 ENTITY_NAME2 PK1_VALUE3 PK2_VALUE4 PK3_VALUE

FND_ATTACHED_DOCUMENTS_N2 NOT UNIQUE 2 DOCUMENT_IDFND_ATTACHED_DOCUMENTS_U1 UNIQUE 1 ATTACHED_DOCUMENT_ID

SequencesSequence Derived Column

FND_ATTACHED_DOCUMENTS_S ATTACHED_DOCUMENT_ID

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FND_ATTACHMENT_BLK_ENTITIES

FND_ATTACHMENT_BLK_ENTITIES stores information regardingwhich attachments can be viewed, modified or deleted from a specificwindow region. It includes data that defines how to displayattachments to an entity (DISPLAY_METHOD, where ”M” showsattachments in the main window and ”R” shows attachments in therelated window) and a flag that indicates whether or not the attachmenttoolbar icon should be set when attachments exist for an entity(INCLUDE_IN_INDICATOR_FLAG).

Each row also contains an indicator of whether the view on which thewindow region is based includes either a column or special code todetermine whether or not attachments exist for the entity.(INDICATOR_IN_VIEW_FLAG, where Y indicates a column or specialcode exists in the window region to resolve the existence of attachmentsand N indicates that no special column or code exists and standardattachment functionality is used.)

There are also values that specify whether or not attachments to theentity can be queried, inserted, updated or deleted from the windowregion. These privileges can be allowed always, never, or only if acondition is true or false.

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_ATTACHMENT_BLOCKS ATTACHMENT_BLK_ID ATTACHMENT_BLK_IDFND_DOCUMENT_ENTITIES DATA_OBJECT_CODE DATA_OBJECT_CODE

QuickCodes ColumnsColumn QuickCodes Type QuickCodes Table

INCLUDE_IN_INDICATOR_FLAG YES_NO FND_LOOKUPSN NoY Yes

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

ATTACHMENT_BLK_ENTITY_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER Attachment region entityidentifier

ATTACHMENT_BLK_ID NOT NULL NUMBER Attachment region identifierDISPLAY_METHOD NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Indicator of how to display

attachments to this entityINCLUDE_IN_INDICATOR_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Indicator of whether or not the

attachment toolbar is setCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NULL NUMBER Standard Who column

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Column Descriptions (Continued)Name Null? Type Description

PK1_FIELD NULL VARCHAR2(61) Part of the entity’s primarykey

PK2_FIELD NULL VARCHAR2(61) Part of the entity’s primarykey

PK3_FIELD NULL VARCHAR2(61) Part of the entity’s primarykey

PK4_FIELD NULL VARCHAR2(61) Part of the entity’s primarykey

PK5_FIELD NULL VARCHAR2(61) Part of the entity’s primarykey

SQL_STATEMENT NULL VARCHAR2(2000) SQL statement fragment thatshould be added when queryingattachments to this entity

DATA_OBJECT_CODE NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30) Developer key forFND_DOCUMENT_ENTITIES

INDICATOR_IN_VIEW_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Indicator of whether or not theview on which the window regionis based includes either acolumn or special code todetermine whether or notattachments exist for theentity

QUERY_PERMISSION_TYPE NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Indicates if attachment to thisentity can be queried from thewindow region

INSERT_PERMISSION_TYPE NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Indicates if attachment to thisentity can be inserted: onlyone entity in a region canallow inserts

UPDATE_PERMISSION_TYPE NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Indicates if attachment to thisentity can be updated

DELETE_PERMISSION_TYPE NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Indicates if attachment to thisentity can be deleted

CONDITION_FIELD NULL VARCHAR2(61) Field whose value should beevaluated using the conditionoperator and condition value(s)

CONDITION_OPERATOR NULL NUMBER Condition that should be usedfor evaluation (=,,>=,,NOTNULL, NULL, BETWEEN, OUTSIDE)

CONDITION_VALUE1 NULL VARCHAR2(100) Value that contents ofCONDITION_FIELD should beevaluated against usingcondition operator

CONDITION_VALUE2 NULL VARCHAR2(100) Secondary value that contentsof CONDITION_FIELD should beevaluated against whenCONDITION_OPERATOR is BETWEENor OUTSIDE

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_ATTACHMENT_BLK_ENTITIES_U1 UNIQUE 1 ATTACHMENT_BLK_ENTITY_IDFND_ATTACHMENT_BLK_ENTITIES_U2 UNIQUE 1 ATTACHMENT_BLK_ID

3 DATA_OBJECT_CODE

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SequencesSequence Derived Column

FND_ATTACHMENT_BLK_ENTITIES_S ATTACHMENT_BLK_ENTITY_ID

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FND_ATTACHMENT_BLOCKS

FND_ATTACHMENT_BLOCKS stores information about those windowregions for which the attachment feature is enabled. Each row containsa flag that indicates attachments invoked in a region should be eitherquery–only or able to be modified according to the privileges associatedwith the FND_ATTACHMENT_BLK_ENTITY record (QUERY_FLAG).There is also a value to define the method of security used for thedocument (SECURITY_TYPE, where 1=Organization, 2=Set of Books,3=Business unit, 4=None).

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_ATTACHMENT_FUNCTIONS ATTACHMENT_FUNCTION_ID ATTACHMENT_FUNCTION_ID

QuickCodes ColumnsColumn QuickCodes Type QuickCodes Table

QUERY_FLAG YES_NO FND_LOOKUPSN NoY Yes

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

ATTACHMENT_BLK_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER Attachment region identifierATTACHMENT_FUNCTION_ID NOT NULL NUMBER Attachment function identifierBLOCK_NAME NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30) Name of the window regionQUERY_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Flag regarding attachments

invoked from the region (seetable description)

SECURITY_TYPE NOT NULL NUMBER Method of security used for thedocument

CREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NULL NUMBER Standard Who columnORG_CONTEXT_FIELD NULL VARCHAR2(61) Form field which holds the

ORGANIZATION_ID when running inthe context of organizationsecurity

SET_OF_BOOKS_CONTEXT_FIELD NULL VARCHAR2(61) Form field which holds theSET_OF_BOOKS_ID when running inthe context of set of bookssecurity

BUSINESS_UNIT_CONTEXT_FIELD NULL VARCHAR2(61) Form field which holds theBUSINESS_UNIT_ID when runningin the context of business unitsecurity

CONTEXT1_FIELD NULL VARCHAR2(61) Form field which holds the datathat should be used for thefirst context portion of theattachment form title

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Column Descriptions (Continued)Name Null? Type Description

CONTEXT2_FIELD NULL VARCHAR2(61) Form field which holds the datathat should be used for thesecond context portion of theattachment form title

CONTEXT3_FIELD NULL VARCHAR2(61) Form field which holds the datathat should be used for thethird context portion of theattachment form title

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_ATTACHMENT_BLOCKS_U1 UNIQUE 1 ATTACHMENT_BLK_IDFND_ATTACHMENT_BLOCKS_U2 UNIQUE 1 ATTACHMENT_FUNCTION_ID

2 BLOCK_NAME

SequencesSequence Derived Column

FND_ATTACHMENT_BLOCKS_S ATTACHMENT_BLK_ID

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FND_ATTACHMENT_FUNCTIONS

FND_ATTACHMENT_FUNCTIONS stores information about thoseforms and form functions for which the attachment feature is enabled.

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_CONCURRENT_PROGRAMS CONCURRENT_PROGRAM_ID FUNCTION_IDAPPLICATION_ID APPLICATION_ID

FND_FORM FORM_ID FUNCTION_IDAPPLICATION_ID APPLICATION_ID

FND_FORM_FUNCTIONS FUNCTION_ID FUNCTION_ID

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

ATTACHMENT_FUNCTION_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER Attachment function identifierFUNCTION_TYPE NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Function typeFUNCTION_ID NOT NULL NUMBER Foreign key to either

FND_FORM_FUNCTIONS of FND_FORM,depending on the value ofFUNCTION_TYPE

FUNCTION_NAME NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30) Developer name for the functionCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NULL NUMBER Standard Who columnAPPLICATION_ID NULL NUMBER Application identifierSESSION_CONTEXT_FIELD NULL VARCHAR2(61) Form field that holds the data

that should be used as sessioncontext in the attachment formtitle

ENABLED_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Flag indicating whether or notattachment functionality isenabled for the form or formfunction

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_ATTACHMENT_FUNCTIONS_N1 NOT UNIQUE 1 FUNCTION_NAME2 APPLICATION_ID

FND_ATTACHMENT_FUNCTIONS_N2 NOT UNIQUE 4 APPLICATION_ID6 FUNCTION_ID

FND_ATTACHMENT_FUNCTIONS_U1 UNIQUE 1 ATTACHMENT_FUNCTION_ID

SequencesSequence Derived Column

FND_ATTACHMENT_FUNCTIONS_S ATTACHMENT_FUNCTION_ID

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FND_AUDIT_COLUMNS

FND_AUDIT_COLUMNS stores information about table columns beingaudited. Each row includes identifiers that identify the table, theapplication the table is registered with, the column, the sequence of thecolumn in the audit table, and the audit schema used to audit thecolumn. Each row also includes a flag to indicate if there is any pendingrequest to add the column for auditing. You need one row for eachaudited table column. Oracle Application Object Library uses thisinformation to implement the new AuditTrail mechanism for OracleApplications beginning from release 10.4.

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_AUDIT_SCHEMAS SCHEMA_ID SCHEMA_IDFND_COLUMNS APPLICATION_ID TABLE_APP_ID

TABLE_ID TABLE_IDCOLUMN_ID COLUMN_ID

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

TABLE_APP_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER Application identifier withwhich the table is registered

TABLE_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER Table identifierCOLUMN_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER Column identifierSCHEMA_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER Schema identifierCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnSTATE NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Flag to indicate if there is a

pending request on this tablecolumn

SEQUENCE_ID NOT NULL NUMBER Sequence identifier

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_AUDIT_COLUMNS_U1 UNIQUE 1 TABLE_ID2 TABLE_APP_ID3 COLUMN_ID4 SCHEMA_ID

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_AUDIT_GROUPS

FND_AUDIT_GROUPS stores information about audit groups. Eachrow includes the audit group identifier, the name of the audit group,and the dates when the audit group becomes active and expires. Eachrow also include a flag that indicates what state the audit group is in.You need one row for each audit group. Oracle Application ObjectLibrary uses this information to implement the new AuditTrailmechanism for Oracle Applications beginning from release 10.4.

QuickCodes ColumnsColumn QuickCodes Type QuickCodes Table

STATE AUDIT_STATE FND_LOOKUPSD Disable – Purge TableE EnabledG Disable – Prepare for Ar-

chiveN Disable – Interrupt AuditR Enable Requested

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

APPLICATION_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER Application identifierAUDIT_GROUP_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER Audit group identifierCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnGROUP_NAME NOT NULL VARCHAR2(240) Audit group nameSTATE NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Flag to indicate if the Audit

Group is enabled or in one ofthe disabled states

DESCRIPTION NULL VARCHAR2(240) Description

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_AUDIT_GROUPS_U1 UNIQUE 1 AUDIT_GROUP_ID2 APPLICATION_ID

FND_AUDIT_GROUPS_U2 UNIQUE 1 GROUP_NAME

SequencesSequence Derived Column

FND_AUDIT_GROUPS_S AUDIT_GROUP_ID

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FND_AUDIT_SCHEMAS

FND_AUDIT_SCHEMAS stores information about audit schema. Eachrow includes the scheme identifier, an ORACLE username, anapplication identifier and a flag that indicates if the audit scheme isenabled, enable requested, or disable requested. You need one row foreach audit ORACLE username available for this installation of database.Oracle Application Object Library uses this information to determinewhat ORACLE username to use when auditing tables beginning fromrelease 10.4.

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_APPLICATION APPLICATION_ID APPLICATION_IDFND_ORACLE_USERID ORACLE_ID ORACLE_ID

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

SCHEMA_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER Schema identifierCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnORACLE_ID NOT NULL NUMBER Oracle usernameAPPLICATION_ID NOT NULL NUMBER Application identifierSTATE NULL VARCHAR2(1) Flag to indicate if the schema

is enabled

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_AUDIT_SCHEMAS_U1 UNIQUE 1 SCHEMA_ID3 ORACLE_ID

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_AUDIT_TABLES

FND_AUDIT_TABLES stores information about audit tables. Each rowincludes the audit group identifier, table identifier, and identifiers of theapplications the audit group and the table belong to. Each row alsoincludes a flag that indicates what state the audit table is in. You needone row for each audit table. Oracle Application Object Library usesthis information to implement AuditTrail beginning from release 10.4 ofOracle Applications.

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_AUDIT_GROUPS APPLICATION_ID AUDIT_GROUP_APP_IDAUDIT_GROUP_ID AUDIT_GROUP_ID

FND_TABLES APPLICATION_ID TABLE_APP_IDTABLE_ID TABLE_ID

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

AUDIT_GROUP_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER Audit group identifierAUDIT_GROUP_APP_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER Audit group application

identifierTABLE_APP_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER Table application identifierTABLE_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER Table identifierCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnSTATE NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Flag to indicate the state of

database trigger or the statesof requests

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_AUDIT_TABLES_U1 UNIQUE 1 AUDIT_GROUP_ID2 AUDIT_GROUP_APP_ID3 TABLE_APP_ID4 TABLE_ID

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_COLUMNS

FND_COLUMNS stores information about individual columns inapplication tables. Each row includes the actual column name(COLUMN_NAME), the more descriptive title(USER_COLUMN_NAME), the description of the column, the columnsize (WIDTH), numeric precision (PRECISION), numeric scale (SCALE),the data type (COLUMN_TYPE), and the default value applied to thecolumn when altering the column from nullable to not nullable(DEFAULT_VALUE). Each row also contains values identifying theflexfield that uses this table column and the value set that theunderlying flexfield segment uses, and information on whether thiscolumn is used by flexfield in any way (FLEXFIELD_USAGE_CODE).You need at least one row for each column of each table in eachapplication. Oracle Application Object Library uses this information forflexfield, AuditTrail, and for other purposes. . .

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_TABLES TABLE_ID TABLE_IDAPPLICATION_ID APPLICATION_ID

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

APPLICATION_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Application that owns the tablethat owns this column. Foreignkey to FND_TABLE.

TABLE_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Table to which column belongs.Foreign key to FND_TABLES.

COLUMN_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Column identifier.COLUMN_NAME NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30) Actual database column nameUSER_COLUMN_NAME NOT NULL VARCHAR2(80) Name for column that is

meaningful to usersCOLUMN_SEQUENCE NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Sequence number. Indicates

order of columns in createdtable.

LAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnCOLUMN_TYPE NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Column datatype. D (Date), N

(Number), V (Varchar), I(RowID), L (Long), X (Long Raw)are possible values.

WIDTH NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Bytes of storage for columnvalue

NULL_ALLOWED_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Y/N flag: Are null valuesallowed?

TRANSLATE_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Y/N flag: Is value translated?

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Column Descriptions (Continued)Name Null? Type Description

FLEXFIELD_USAGE_CODE NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Code that indicates how thecolumn is used in flexfields. N(not used), K (key flexfieldsegment), D (descriptiveflexfield attribute), Q (?), S(structure identifier), I (keyflexfield identifier), and C(category) are possible values.

DESCRIPTION NULL VARCHAR2(240) Name of flexfield associatedwith this column

FLEXFIELD_APPLICATION_ID NULL NUMBER(10) Flexfield applicationidentifier

FLEXFIELD_NAME NULL VARCHAR2(30) Flexfield nameFLEX_VALUE_SET_APPLICATION_ID NULL NUMBER(10) Flexfield value set application

identifierFLEX_VALUE_SET_ID NULL NUMBER(10) Flexfield value set identifierDEFAULT_VALUE NULL VARCHAR2(2000) Default value for column, if

anyPRECISION NULL NUMBER(15) Precision for column, if anySCALE NULL NUMBER(15) Scale for column, if any

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_COLUMNS_U1 UNIQUE 1 APPLICATION_ID2 TABLE_ID3 COLUMN_ID

FND_COLUMNS_U2 UNIQUE 1 APPLICATION_ID2 TABLE_ID3 COLUMN_NAME

FND_COLUMNS_U3 UNIQUE 1 APPLICATION_ID2 TABLE_ID3 USER_COLUMN_NAME

FND_COLUMNS_U4 UNIQUE 1 APPLICATION_ID2 TABLE_ID3 COLUMN_SEQUENCE

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_COMMON_LOOKUPS

FND_COMMON_LOOKUPS is a view of selected columns from thetables FND_LOOKUP_TYPES and FND_LOOKUP_VALUES, whichstore information about QuickCodes. This view contains informationon all of the QuickCodes that were defined in theFND_COMMON_LOOKUPS table in Release 11, and is provided forbackward compatibility.

View DefinitionCREATE VIEW FND_COMMON_LOOKUPS as SELECT FLT.APPLICATION_ID, FLT.LOOKUP_TYPE, FLV.LOOKUP_CODE, FLV.MEANING, FLV.DESCRIPTION, FLV.ENABLED_FLAG, FLV.START_DATE_ACTIVE, FLV.END_DATE_ACTIVE, FLV.CREATED_BY, FLV.CREATION_DATE, FLV.LAST_UPDATE_DATE, FLV.LAST_UPDATED_BY, FLV.LAST_UPDATE_LOGIN from FND_LOOKUP_TYPES FLT, FND_LOOKUP_VALUES FLV FLV.LOOKUP_TYPE = FLT.LOOKUP_TYPEand FLV.SECURITY_GROUP_ID = FLT.SECURITY_GROUP_IDand FLV.VIEW_APPLICATION_ID = FLT.VIEW_APPLICATION_IDand FLV.LANGUAGE = userenv(’LANG’)and FLV.VIEW_APPLICATION_ID = 3and FLV.SECURITY_GROUP_ID = fnd_global.lookup_security_group(FLV.LOOKUP_TYPE, FLV.VIEW_APPLICATION_ID)

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

APPLICATION_ID NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Application identifierLOOKUP_TYPE NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30) QuickCode lookup typeLOOKUP_CODE NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30) QuickCode codeMEANING NOT NULL VARCHAR2(80) QuickCode meaningDESCRIPTION NULL VARCHAR2(240) DescriptionENABLED_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Enabled flagSTART_DATE_ACTIVE NULL DATE The date when the QuickCode

becomes activeEND_DATE_ACTIVE NULL DATE The date when the QuickCode

becomes inactiveCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who column

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FND_COMMON_LOOKUP_TYPES

FND_COMMON_LOOKUP_TYPES is a view of selected columns fromthe table FND_LOOKUP_TYPES, which stores information aboutQuickCode types. This view contains information on all of theQuickCodes types that were defined in theFND_COMMON_LOOKUP_TYPES table in Release 11, and is providedfor backward compatibility.

View DefinitionCREATE VIEW FND_COMMON_LOOKUP_TYPES as SELECT B.APPLICATION_ID, B.LOOKUP_TYPE, B.LAST_UPDATE_DATE, B.LAST_UPDATED_BY, B.CREATION_DATE, B.CREATED_BY, B.LAST_UPDATE_LOGIN, B.CUSTOMIZATION_LEVEL, T.MEANING from FND_LOOKUP_TYPES_TL T, FND_LOOKUP_TYPES B B.LOOKUP_TYPE = T.LOOKUP_TYPEand B.SECURITY_GROUP_ID = T.SECURITY_GROUP_IDand B.VIEW_APPLICATION_ID = T.VIEW_APPLICATION_IDand T.LANGUAGE = userenv(’LANG’)and B.VIEW_APPLICATION_ID = 3and B.SECURITY_GROUP_ID = fnd_global.lookup_security_group(B.LOOKUP_TYPE, B.VIEW_APPLICATION_ID)

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

APPLICATION_ID NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Refer to base table.LOOKUP_TYPE NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30) Refer to base table.LAST_UPDATE_DATE NULL DATE Refer to base table.LAST_UPDATED_BY NULL NUMBER(15) Refer to base table.CREATION_DATE NULL DATE Refer to base table.CREATED_BY NULL NUMBER(15) Refer to base table.LAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NULL NUMBER(15) Refer to base table.CUSTOMIZATION_LEVEL NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Refer to base table.LOOKUP_TYPE_MEANING NULL VARCHAR2(80) Refer to base table.

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FND_COMPILED_DESCRIPTIVE_FLEXS

FND_COMPILED_DESCRIPTIVE_FLEXS stores compiled informationabout descriptive flexfields. Each row includes values that identify thedescriptive flexfield (DESCRIPTIVE_FLEXFIELD_NAME), theapplication that owns the descriptive flexfield, and the flexfieldcompiler version. Each row also includes the actual compiled definitionof the descriptive flexfield, and the sequence of the compiled definitionof the flexfield. You need at least one row for each descriptive flexfieldthat has been defined, frozen and saved. You may have additional rowsfor flexfields that you compile using different versions of the flexfieldcompiler. Oracle Application Object Library uses this information todisplay and validate descriptive flexfield pop–up windows. . .

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_DESCRIPTIVE_FLEXS APPLICATION_ID APPLICATION_IDDESCRIPTIVE_FLEXFIELD_NAME DESCRIPTIVE_FLEXFIELD_NAME

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

APPLICATION_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(10) Application identifierDESCRIPTIVE_FLEXFIELD_NAME (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(40) Descriptive flexfield nameCOMPILER_VERSION_NUM (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(10) Descriptive flexfield compiler

versionSEQUENCE (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(10) Sequence of compiled definitionCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(10) Standard Who columnCOMPILED_DEFINITION NOT NULL LONG Compiled definition of the

descriptive flexfieldLANGUAGE (PK) NULL VARCHAR2(30) Language

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_COMPILED_DESCR_FLEXS_U1 UNIQUE 1 APPLICATION_ID2 DESCRIPTIVE_FLEXFIELD_NAME3 COMPILER_VERSION_NUM4 SEQUENCE5 LANGUAGE

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_COMPILED_ID_FLEXS

FND_COMPILED_ID_FLEXS stores compiled information about keyflexfields. Each row includes values that identify a key flexfield(ID_FLEX_CODE) and the application with which the key flexfield isregistered, and a flexfield compiler version. Each row also includes theactual compiled definition of the key flexfield, which is derived from theinformation stored in other key flexfield tables, and the sequence of thekey flexfield compiled definition. You need at least one row for each keyflexfield that has been defined, frozen and saved. You may haveadditional rows for flexfields that you compiled using different versionsof the flexfield compiler. Oracle Application Object Library uses thisinformation to display and validate key flexfield pop–up windows. . .

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_ID_FLEXS APPLICATION_ID APPLICATION_IDID_FLEX_CODE ID_FLEX_CODE

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

APPLICATION_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(10) Application identifierID_FLEX_CODE (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(4) Key flexfield codeCOMPILER_VERSION_NUM (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(10) Flexfield compiler versionSEQUENCE (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(10) Sequence of compiled key

flexfield definitionCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(10) Standard Who columnCOMPILED_DEFINITION NOT NULL LONG Compiled definition of the key

flexfieldLANGUAGE (PK) NULL VARCHAR2(30) Language

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_COMPILED_ID_FLEXS_U1 UNIQUE 1 APPLICATION_ID2 ID_FLEX_CODE3 COMPILER_VERSION_NUM4 SEQUENCE5 LANGUAGE

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_COMPILED_ID_FLEX_STRUCTS

FND_COMPILED_ID_FLEX_STRUCTS stores compiled informationabout key flexfield structures. Each row includes an applicationidentifier, a key flexfield code, and a key flexfield number identifying akey flexfield structure. Each row also includes the actual compileddefinition of the key flexfield structure, and a sequence that identifiesthe order of the compiled definition if it takes more than one row tostore the compiled definition. You need at least one row for each keyflexfield structure that has been defined, frozen, and saved. OracleApplication Object Library uses this information to display and validatekey flexfield pop–up windows. . .

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_ID_FLEX_STRUCTURES APPLICATION_ID APPLICATION_IDID_FLEX_CODE ID_FLEX_CODEID_FLEX_NUM ID_FLEX_NUM

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

APPLICATION_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(10) Application identifierID_FLEX_CODE (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(4) Key flexfield codeID_FLEX_NUM (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(10) Key flexfield structure numberCOMPILER_VERSION_NUM (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(10) compiler version numberSEQUENCE (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(10) Sequence of compiled key

flexfield structure definitionCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnCOMPILED_DEFINITION NOT NULL LONG Compiled definitionLANGUAGE (PK) NULL VARCHAR2(30) Language

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_COMPILED_ID_FLEX_STRUCT_U1 UNIQUE 1 APPLICATION_ID2 ID_FLEX_CODE3 ID_FLEX_NUM4 COMPILER_VERSION_NUM5 SEQUENCE6 LANGUAGE

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_CONCURRENT_COMPLEX_LINES

FND_CONCURRENT_COMPLEX_LINES stores information about rulelines that make up combined specialization rules. Each row includes anapplication identifier, a complex rule identifier, a complex rule lineidentifier, and a flag to indicate whether this rule line is included orexcluded in the complex rule. Each row also includes a type identifier,the identifier for the application with which the type is defined, and atype code that specifies if the item in this rule line is a program, a user,an ORACLE username, or a request type. You need one row for eachrule line in each complex rule. Oracle Application Object Library usesthis information to customize concurrent managers. . .

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_CONCURRENT_COMPLEX_RULES APPLICATION_ID APPLICATION_IDCOMPLEX_RULE_ID COMPLEX_RULE_ID

FND_CONCURRENT_PROGRAMS APPLICATION_ID TYPE_APPLICATION_IDCONCURRENT_PROGRAM_ID TYPE_ID

FND_CONCURRENT_REQUEST_CLASS APPLICATION_ID TYPE_APPLICATION_IDREQUEST_CLASS_ID TYPE_ID

FND_ORACLE_USERID ORACLE_ID TYPE_IDFND_USER USER_ID TYPE_ID

QuickCodes ColumnsColumn QuickCodes Type QuickCodes Table

INCLUDE_FLAG CP_RESTR_ACTION FND_LOOKUPSE DisallowI Require

TYPE_CODE CP_SPECIAL_RULES FND_LOOKUPSC Combined RuleL Logical DatabaseO ORACLE IDP ProgramR Request TypeU User

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

APPLICATION_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Application identifierCOMPLEX_RULE_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Combined specialization rule

identifierCOMPLEX_RULE_LINE_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Combined specialization rule

line identifierLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnINCLUDE_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Flag to indicate whether to

include or exclude this line incomplex rule

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Column Descriptions (Continued)Name Null? Type Description

TYPE_CODE NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Item typeTYPE_APPLICATION_ID NULL NUMBER(15) Identifier of application with

which the item is definedTYPE_ID NULL NUMBER(15) Type identifier

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_CONCURRENT_COMPLEX_LINE_U1 UNIQUE 1 APPLICATION_ID2 COMPLEX_RULE_ID3 COMPLEX_RULE_LINE_ID

FND_CONCURRENT_COMPLEX_LINE_U2 UNIQUE 1 APPLICATION_ID2 COMPLEX_RULE_ID3 INCLUDE_FLAG4 TYPE_CODE5 TYPE_APPLICATION_ID6 TYPE_ID

SequencesSequence Derived Column

FND_CONCURRENT_COMPLEX_LINES_S COMPLEX_RULE_LINE_ID

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FND_CONCURRENT_COMPLEX_RULES

FND_CONCURRENT_COMPLEX_RULES stores information aboutcomplex specialization rules for specializing concurrent managers. Eachrow includes an application identifier, a complex rule for each identifier,and the name of the complex rule. Every row defines a complex rulethat may be ”Allowed” or ”Disallowed” using the columnINCLUDE_FLAG in the tableFND_CONCURRENT_QUEUE_CONTENT which defines thespecialization of concurrent managers. Oracle Application ObjectLibrary uses this information to customize specific concurrentmanagers.

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_APPLICATION APPLICATION_ID APPLICATION_ID

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

APPLICATION_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Application identifierCOMPLEX_RULE_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Combined specialization rule

identifierCOMPLEX_RULE_NAME NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30) Combined specialization rule

nameLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnDESCRIPTION NULL VARCHAR2(240) Description

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_CONCURRENT_COMPLEX_RULE_U1 UNIQUE 1 APPLICATION_ID2 COMPLEX_RULE_ID

FND_CONCURRENT_COMPLEX_RULE_U2 UNIQUE 1 APPLICATION_ID2 COMPLEX_RULE_NAME

SequencesSequence Derived Column

FND_CONCURRENT_COMPLEX_RULES_S COMPLEX_RULE_ID

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FND_CONCURRENT_DEBUG_INFO

This table will only be used if an Oracle developer is debugging certainlow level concurrent processing mechanisms.

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_LOGINS LOGIN_ID USER_IDFND_USER USER_ID USER_ID

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

SESSION_ID (PK) NULL NUMBER(15) Database session identifierUSER_ID (PK) NULL NUMBER(15) Applications user identifierLOGIN_ID (PK) NULL NUMBER(15) Applications login identifierFUNCTION NULL VARCHAR2(30) Calling functionTIME NULL DATE Time of messageACTION NULL VARCHAR2(30) What is happeningMESSAGE NULL VARCHAR2(240) Additional information

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_CONCURRENT_PROCESSES

FND_CONCURRENT_PROCESSES stores information about concurrentmanagers. Each row includes values that identify the ORACLE process,the operating system process, and the concurrent manager(QUEUE_APPLICATION_ID and CONCURRENT_QUEUE_ID). Youneed one row for each instance of a running concurrent manager (eachprocess), as well as one row for the Internal Concurrent Manager.Oracle Application Object Library uses this table to keep a history ofconcurrent managers. You should never update this table manually. .You can use the Purge Concurrent Request and/or Managers Dataprogram to delete history information periodically. . .

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_CONCURRENT_QUEUES APPLICATION_ID QUEUE_APPLICATION_IDCONCURRENT_QUEUE_ID CONCURRENT_QUEUE_ID

FND_NODES NODE_NAME NODE_NAMEFND_SESSIONS SESSION_ID SESSION_ID

QuickCodes ColumnsColumn QuickCodes Type QuickCodes Table

PROCESS_STATUS_CODE CP_PROCESS_STATUS_CODE FND_LOOKUPSA ActiveK TerminatedM MigratingR RunningS DeactivatedT Terminating

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

CONCURRENT_PROCESS_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Concurrent process identifierLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnQUEUE_APPLICATION_ID NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Application identifierCONCURRENT_QUEUE_ID NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Concurrent manager queue

identifierPROCESS_STATUS_CODE NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Code to reflect the status of

the processSESSION_ID NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Database session identifierORACLE_PROCESS_ID NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Database process identifierPROCESS_START_DATE NOT NULL DATE The date when the process

starts runningOS_PROCESS_NAME NULL VARCHAR2(240) Not currently usedOS_PROCESS_ID NULL VARCHAR2(240) Operating system process

identifier

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Column Descriptions (Continued)Name Null? Type Description

MANAGER_TYPE NULL NUMBER(15) MANAGER_TYPE – Code thatindicates the concurrentmanager service type (0 –Internal Concurrent Manager; 1– Concurrent managers; 2 –Transaction Manager; 3 –Internal Monitor; 4 – ConflictResolution Manager; 5 –Scheduler)

NODE_NAME NULL VARCHAR2(30) Machine nameDB_NAME NULL VARCHAR2(8) Local database nameDB_DOMAIN NULL VARCHAR2(120) Logical location of the

databaseSQLNET_STRING NULL VARCHAR2(255) Not currently usedLOGFILE_NAME NULL VARCHAR2(240) Name of log fileJOB_ID NULL VARCHAR2(240) Uniquely identifies processes

across nodes to controltermination of a request and/ormanager process on someplatforms which make use ofload balancing featuresprovided by the hardware vendorfor clusters

DB_INSTANCE NULL VARCHAR2(16) Used with parallel concurrentprocessing in an OracleParallel Server environment toidentify (check theavailability/status of) aninstance of Database.

LK_HANDLE NULL VARCHAR2(128) For internal use onlyPLSQL_LOG NULL VARCHAR2(240) Contains temporary PLSQL log

file informationPLSQL_OUT NULL VARCHAR2(240) Contains temporary PLSQL out

file informationLAST_TXN_START NULL DATE Date last transaction endedLAST_TXN_END NULL DATE Date last transaction startedPLSQL_DIR NULL VARCHAR2(255) Directory for temporary log and

out files

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_CONCURRENT_PROCESSES_N1 NOT UNIQUE 1 QUEUE_APPLICATION_ID2 CONCURRENT_QUEUE_ID3 PROCESS_STATUS_CODE

FND_CONCURRENT_PROCESSES_N2 NOT UNIQUE 5 PROCESS_STATUS_CODEFND_CONCURRENT_PROCESSES_U1 UNIQUE 1 CONCURRENT_PROCESS_ID

SequencesSequence Derived Column

FND_CONCURRENT_PROCESSES_S CONCURRENT_PROCESS_ID

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FND_CONCURRENT_PROCESSORS

FND_CONCURRENT_PROCESSORS stores information aboutimmediate (subroutine) concurrent program libraries. Each rowincludes the name and description of the library. You need one row foreach concurrent program library. Oracle Application Object Libraryuses this information to let system administrators assign libraries ofsubroutine concurrent programs to particular concurrent managers. . .

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_APPLICATION APPLICATION_ID APPLICATION_ID

QuickCodes ColumnsColumn QuickCodes Type QuickCodes Table

LIBRARY_TYPE CP_PROGRAM_LIBRARY_TYPE FND_LOOKUPSB Concurrent Programs LibraryM Internal MonitorT Transaction Programs library

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

APPLICATION_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Application identifierCONCURRENT_PROCESSOR_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Identifier of the concurrent

program libraryCONCURRENT_PROCESSOR_NAME NOT NULL VARCHAR2(8) Name of the physical executable

file name for the concurrentprogram library

LAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnDESCRIPTION NULL VARCHAR2(240) DescriptionLAST_REBUILT NULL VARCHAR2(241) Date and time when the

concurrent program library waslast generated

LIBRARY_TYPE NULL VARCHAR2(1) Library type quickcode

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_CONCURRENT_PROCESSORS_U1 UNIQUE 1 APPLICATION_ID2 CONCURRENT_PROCESSOR_ID

FND_CONCURRENT_PROCESSORS_U2 UNIQUE 1 APPLICATION_ID2 CONCURRENT_PROCESSOR_NAME

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SequencesSequence Derived Column

FND_CONCURRENT_PROCESSORS_S CONCURRENT_PROCESSOR_ID

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FND_CONCURRENT_PROGRAMS

FND_CONCURRENT_PROGRAMS stores information aboutconcurrent programs. Each row includes a name and description of theconcurrent program. Each row also includes the execution methods forthe program (EXECUTION_METHOD_CODE), the argument method(ARGUMENT_METHOD_CODE), and whether the program isconstrained (QUEUE_METHOD_CODE). If the program is a specialconcurrent program that controls the concurrent managers,QUEUE_CONTROL_FLAG is set to Y. Each row also includes flags thatindicate whether the program is enabled and defined as run–alone, aswell as values that specify the print style the concurrent manager shoulduse to print program output, if any. There are also values that identifythe executable associated with the concurrent program and theapplication with which the executable is defined, and flags that specifywhether the concurrent program is a parent of a report set, whether tosave the output file, and whether a print style is required. Informationsuch as printer name and number of rows and columns on each page ofthe output file for the concurrent program is also included in the table.You need one row for each concurrent program in each application.Oracle Application Object Library uses this information to runconcurrent programs. . .

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_APPLICATION APPLICATION_ID APPLICATION_IDFND_CONCURRENT_REQUEST_CLASS APPLICATION_ID CLASS_APPLICATION_ID

REQUEST_CLASS_ID CONCURRENT_CLASS_IDFND_EXECUTABLES APPLICATION_ID EXECUTABLE_APPLICATION_ID

EXECUTABLE_ID EXECUTABLE_IDFND_PRINTER PRINTER_NAME PRINTER_NAMEFND_PRINTER_STYLES PRINTER_STYLE_NAME OUTPUT_PRINT_STYLE

QuickCodes ColumnsColumn QuickCodes Type QuickCodes Table

ARGUMENT_METHOD_CODE CP_ARGUMENT_METHOD_CODE FND_LOOKUPS4 StandardD Database fetch

ENABLED_FLAG YES_NO FND_LOOKUPSN NoY Yes

EXECUTION_METHOD_CODE CP_EXECUTION_METHOD_CODE FND_LOOKUPSA SpawnedF FlexSqlH HostI PL/SQL Stored ProcedureL SQL*LoaderP Oracle ReportsQ SQL*Plus

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QuickCodes Columns (Continued)Column QuickCodes Type QuickCodes Table

R SQL*ReportS ImmediateX FlexRpt

PRINT_FLAG YES_NO FND_LOOKUPSN NoY Yes

QUEUE_CONTROL_FLAG YES_NO FND_LOOKUPSN NoY Yes

QUEUE_METHOD_CODE CP_QUEUE_METHOD_CODE FND_LOOKUPSB YesI No

REQUEST_SET_FLAG YES_NO FND_LOOKUPSN NoY Yes

REQUIRED_STYLE YES_NO FND_LOOKUPSN NoY Yes

RUN_ALONE_FLAG YES_NO FND_LOOKUPSN NoY Yes

SAVE_OUTPUT_FLAG YES_NO FND_LOOKUPSN NoY Yes

SRS_FLAG SRS_FLAG_TYPE FND_LOOKUPSN NoQ All ValuesY Yes

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

APPLICATION_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Application identifierCONCURRENT_PROGRAM_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Concurrent program identifierCONCURRENT_PROGRAM_NAME NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30) Internal name of the concurrent

programLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnEXECUTABLE_APPLICATION_ID NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Identifier of the application

with which the executable isregistered

EXECUTABLE_ID NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Concurrent program executableidentifier

EXECUTION_METHOD_CODE NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Execution method for theconcurrent program

ARGUMENT_METHOD_CODE NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Code to indicate how programarguments are passed to theconcurrent program

QUEUE_CONTROL_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Flag to indicate if theconcurrent program controlsconcurrent managers

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Column Descriptions (Continued)Name Null? Type Description

QUEUE_METHOD_CODE NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Code to indicate whether theconcurrent program isconstrained

REQUEST_SET_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Flag to indicate whether theconcurrent program is a parentof a report set

ENABLED_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Enabled flagPRINT_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Flag to indicate whether the

concurrent manager should printoutput of the concurrentprogram

RUN_ALONE_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Flag to indicate if this is arun alone concurrent program

SRS_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Flag to indicate if a requestcan be submitted for thisconcurrent program fromStandard Report Submission

CLASS_APPLICATION_ID NULL NUMBER(15) Identifier of application forwith which the request type ofthis program is identified

CONCURRENT_CLASS_ID NULL NUMBER(15) Request type identifierEXECUTION_OPTIONS NULL VARCHAR2(250) SQL*Report or Oracle Report

program running optionsSAVE_OUTPUT_FLAG NULL VARCHAR2(1) Flag to indicate whether to

save output file for theconcurrent program

REQUIRED_STYLE NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Flag to indicate if the printstyle associated with theconcurrent program is mandatory

OUTPUT_PRINT_STYLE NULL VARCHAR2(30) The print style for theconcurrent program output

PRINTER_NAME NULL VARCHAR2(30) Name of printer for printingthe concurrent program output

MINIMUM_WIDTH NULL NUMBER(4) Minimum number of columnsMINIMUM_LENGTH NULL NUMBER(4) Minimum number of rowsREQUEST_PRIORITY NULL NUMBER(15) Program level priority assigned

by the System Administrator toguarantee that programs run atthe same level regardless ofwho submits them(REQUEST_PRIORITY assigned toconcurrent programs overridesthe user profile value)

ATTRIBUTE_CATEGORY NULL VARCHAR2(30) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE1 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE2 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE3 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE4 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE5 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE6 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE7 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE8 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE9 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE10 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE11 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE12 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE13 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE14 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE15 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segment

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Column Descriptions (Continued)Name Null? Type Description

IPROG_ID NULL NUMBER(4) Conflict resolution managerinternal information

OUTPUT_FILE_TYPE NULL VARCHAR2(4) Format of output fileENABLE_TRACE NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Turns on tracing for requestsRESTART NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Indicates program may be

re–startedNLS_COMPLIANT NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Indicates if the program is NLS

compliant. In particular,indicates if the programaccepts date and numberparameters in canonical format

ICON_NAME NULL VARCHAR2(30) Reserved for future useCD_PARAMETER NULL VARCHAR2(240) Parameter used to identify

conflict domainsINCREMENT_PROC NULL VARCHAR2(61) Procedure name used to

increment program parametersMLS_EXECUTABLE_APP_ID NULL NUMBER(15) Application identifier for MLS

language functionMLS_EXECUTABLE_ID NULL NUMBER(15) Identifier for MLS language

functionENABLE_TIME_STATISTICS NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Y or N. Timed statistics

collection is turned on for theprogram’s session when set to Y

SECURITY_GROUP_ID NULL NUMBER Security group identifierSTAT_COLLECT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Reserved for future useRESOURCE_CONSUMER_GROUP NULL VARCHAR2(30) Resource consumer groupROLLBACK_SEGMENT NULL VARCHAR2(30) Rollback segment for a

transactionOPTIMIZER_MODE NULL VARCHAR2(30) Optimization mode, such as

RULE, FIRST_ROW, etc.

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_CONCURRENT_PROGRAMS_U1 UNIQUE 1 APPLICATION_ID2 CONCURRENT_PROGRAM_ID

FND_CONCURRENT_PROGRAMS_U2 UNIQUE 1 APPLICATION_ID2 CONCURRENT_PROGRAM_NAME

SequencesSequence Derived Column

FND_CONCURRENT_PROGRAMS_S CONCURRENT_PROGRAM_ID

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FND_CONCURRENT_PROGRAMS_TL

FND_CONCURRENT_PROGRAMS_TL stores translated informationabout concurrent programs in each of the installed languages. Each rowincludes the language the row is translated to. Each row also includesidentifiers which identify the concurrent program and the applicationthe concurrent program is registered with, and the description and titleof the concurrent program. You need one row for each concurrentprogram in each of the installed languages. . .

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_CONCURRENT_PROGRAMS APPLICATION_ID APPLICATION_IDCONCURRENT_PROGRAM_ID CONCURRENT_PROGRAM_ID

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

APPLICATION_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER Application identifierCONCURRENT_PROGRAM_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER Concurrent program identifierLANGUAGE (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(4) LanguageUSER_CONCURRENT_PROGRAM_NAME NOT NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent program titleCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnDESCRIPTION NULL VARCHAR2(240) DescriptionSOURCE_LANG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(4) The Language the text will

mirror. If text is not yettranslated into LANGUAGE thenany changes to the text in thesource language row will bereflected here as well.

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_CONCURRENT_PROGRAMS_TL_N1 NOT UNIQUE 1 USER_CONCURRENT_PROGRAM_NAME2 LANGUAGE

FND_CONCURRENT_PROGRAMS_TL_U1 UNIQUE 1 APPLICATION_ID2 CONCURRENT_PROGRAM_ID3 LANGUAGE

FND_CONCURRENT_PROGRAMS_TL_U2 UNIQUE 1 APPLICATION_ID2 USER_CONCURRENT_PROGRAM_NAME3 LANGUAGE

Sequences

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FND_CONCURRENT_PROGRAM_SERIAL

FND_CONCURRENT_PROGRAM_SERIAL stores information aboutincompatible concurrent programs (programs that cannot run at thesame time). Each row identifies a concurrent program and anotherconcurrent program that is incompatible with it (perhaps itself). Forexample, if Programs A and B are defined to be incompatible, OracleApplication Object Library creates two rows in this table: one indicatesthat A is incompatible with B, and the other indicates that B isincompatible with A. You need two rows for each pair of incompatibleprograms in your applications, though you need only one row for aprogram that is incompatible with itself. Oracle Application ObjectLibrary uses this information to ensure that incompatible programs donot run at the same time on the same logical database. . .

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_CONCURRENT_PROGRAMS APPLICATION_ID RUNNING_APPLICATION_IDCONCURRENT_PROGRAM_ID RUNNING_CONCURRENT_PROGRAM_ID

FND_CONCURRENT_PROGRAMS APPLICATION_ID TO_RUN_APPLICATION_IDCONCURRENT_PROGRAM_ID TO_RUN_CONCURRENT_PROGRAM_ID

QuickCodes ColumnsColumn QuickCodes Type QuickCodes Table

RUNNING_TYPE CP_SERIAL_TYPE FND_LOOKUPSP Program OnlyS Set

TO_RUN_TYPE CP_SERIAL_TYPE FND_LOOKUPSP Program OnlyS Set

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

RUNNING_APPLICATION_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Application identifier of theconcurrent program

RUNNING_CONCURRENT_PROGRAM_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Concurrent program identifierTO_RUN_APPLICATION_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Application identifier of the

incompatible concurrent programTO_RUN_CONCURRENT_PROGRAM_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) The identifier of the

incompatible concurrent programLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnUPDATE_SECURITY_GROUP_ID NULL NUMBER(15) Not currently usedRUNNING_TYPE NULL VARCHAR2(1) Flag to indicate whether the

concurrent program is a Programor a Report Set

TO_RUN_TYPE NULL VARCHAR2(1) Flag to indicate whether theincompatible concurrent programis a Program or a Report Set

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Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_CONC_PROGRAM_SERIAL_U1 UNIQUE 1 RUNNING_APPLICATION_ID2 RUNNING_CONCURRENT_PROGRAM_ID3 TO_RUN_APPLICATION_ID4 TO_RUN_CONCURRENT_PROGRAM_ID

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_CONCURRENT_QUEUES

FND_CONCURRENT_QUEUES stores information about concurrentmanagers. Each row includes the name and description of a concurrentmanager, as well as values that identify the program library attached tothe manager. CACHE_SIZE contains the buffer size (how manyrequests a concurrent manager should ”remember” each time it checksthe list of waiting requests), and MAX_PROCESSES determines themaximum number of concurrent requests a manager can run at a time(depends on work shifts). The manager process automatically updatesRUNNING_PROCESSES during start up and shut down time. Each rowalso includes the time in seconds for the concurrent manager to waitbefore checking for pending concurrent requests, and a code to activate,deactivate, or reset the manager. You need one row for each concurrentmanager defined at your site, with a minimum of one row. OracleApplication Object Library uses this information to activate concurrentmanagers. . .

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_APPLICATION APPLICATION_ID APPLICATION_IDFND_CONCURRENT_PROCESSORS APPLICATION_ID PROCESSOR_APPLICATION_ID

CONCURRENT_PROCESSOR_ID CONCURRENT_PROCESSOR_IDFND_DATA_GROUPS DATA_GROUP_ID DATA_GROUP_IDFND_NODES NODE_NAME NODE_NAME

QuickCodes ColumnsColumn QuickCodes Type QuickCodes Table

CONTROL_CODE CP_CONTROL_CODE FND_LOOKUPSA Activate concurrent managerD Deactivate concurrent manag-

erE DeactivatedN Target node/queue unavail-

ableR Restart concurrent managerT Terminate requests and deac-

tivate managerU Update concurrent manager

environment informationV Verify concurrent managers

statusX Terminated

DIAGNOSTIC_LEVEL YES_NO FND_LOOKUPSN NoY Yes

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

APPLICATION_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Application identifierCONCURRENT_QUEUE_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Concurrent manager identifier

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Column Descriptions (Continued)Name Null? Type Description

CONCURRENT_QUEUE_NAME NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30) Concurrent manager nameLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnPROCESSOR_APPLICATION_ID NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Application identifier of the

program libraryCONCURRENT_PROCESSOR_ID NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Program library identifierMAX_PROCESSES NOT NULL NUMBER(4) The maximum number of

concurrent requests the managercan run at a time

RUNNING_PROCESSES NOT NULL NUMBER(4) The number of currently activemanager processes

CACHE_SIZE NULL NUMBER(3) Buffer size of the concurrentmanager

MIN_PROCESSES NULL NUMBER(4) Not currently usedTARGET_PROCESSES NULL NUMBER(4) Not currently usedTARGET_NODE NULL VARCHAR2(30) Target machineTARGET_QUEUE NULL VARCHAR2(30) Reserved for future useSLEEP_SECONDS NULL NUMBER(4) The number of seconds the

concurrent manager waitsbetween checking the list ofpending requests

CONTROL_CODE NULL VARCHAR2(1) Concurrent manager control codeDIAGNOSTIC_LEVEL NULL VARCHAR2(1) For internal use onlyMANAGER_TYPE NULL VARCHAR2(1) Type of concurrent managerNODE_NAME NULL VARCHAR2(30) Machine nameNODE_NAME2 NULL VARCHAR2(30) Secondary machine nameOS_QUEUE NULL VARCHAR2(30) Platform–specific operating

system queue nameOS_QUEUE2 NULL VARCHAR2(30) Secondary platform–specific

operating system queue nameDATA_GROUP_ID NULL NUMBER(15) Data group used for transaction

managers onlyRESTART_TYPE NULL VARCHAR2(1) Not currently usedRESTART_INTERVAL NULL NUMBER(15) Not currently usedATTRIBUTE_CATEGORY NULL VARCHAR2(30) Attribute categoryATTRIBUTE NULL VARCHAR2(2000) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE1 NULL VARCHAR2(30) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE2 NULL VARCHAR2(30) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE3 NULL VARCHAR2(30) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE4 NULL VARCHAR2(30) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE5 NULL VARCHAR2(30) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE6 NULL VARCHAR2(30) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE7 NULL VARCHAR2(30) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE8 NULL VARCHAR2(30) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE9 NULL VARCHAR2(30) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE10 NULL VARCHAR2(30) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE11 NULL VARCHAR2(30) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE12 NULL VARCHAR2(30) Descriptive flexfield segmentENABLED_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Enabled flagRESOURCE_CONSUMER_GROUP NULL VARCHAR2(30) Resource consumer groupPMON_STAT NULL NUMBER Count of dead processes found

by the ICM during the PMONcycle

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Column Descriptions (Continued)Name Null? Type Description

LAST_VERIFIED NULL DATE Time of last verify command forthis manager

WORK_START NULL DATE Time processing cycle beganWORK_END NULL DATE Time processing cycle endedPCP_FLAG NULL VARCHAR2(1) Is PCP enabled? Y or N (PCP –

Parallel Concurrent Processing)INSTANCE_NUMBER NULL NUMBER Oracle Parallel System instance

identifier; used for parallelconcurrent processing

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_CONCURRENT_QUEUES_U1 UNIQUE 1 APPLICATION_ID2 CONCURRENT_QUEUE_ID

FND_CONCURRENT_QUEUES_U2 UNIQUE 1 APPLICATION_ID2 CONCURRENT_QUEUE_NAME

SequencesSequence Derived Column

FND_CONCURRENT_QUEUES_S CONCURRENT_QUEUE_ID

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FND_CONCURRENT_QUEUES_TL

FND_CONCURRENT_QUEUES_TL stores translated information aboutconcurrent managers in each of the installed languages. Each rowincludes the language the information is translated to, identifiers thatidentify the concurrent manager and the application the concurrentmanager is registered with, and the concurrent manager name. Youneed one row for each concurrent manager in each language installed atyour site.

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_CONCURRENT_QUEUES APPLICATION_ID APPLICATION_IDCONCURRENT_QUEUE_ID CONCURRENT_QUEUE_ID

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

APPLICATION_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER Application identifierCONCURRENT_QUEUE_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER Concurrent manager identifierLANGUAGE (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(4) LanguageCONCURRENT_QUEUE_NAME NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30) Concurrent manager nameCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnDESCRIPTION NULL VARCHAR2(240) DescriptionSOURCE_LANG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(4) The Language the text will

mirror. If text is not yettranslated into LANGUAGE thenany changes to the text in thesource language row will bereflected here as well.

USER_CONCURRENT_QUEUE_NAME NULL VARCHAR2(240) User name for the concurrentqueue

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_CONCURRENT_QUEUES_TL_N1 NOT UNIQUE 3 USER_CONCURRENT_QUEUE_NAME5 LANGUAGE

FND_CONCURRENT_QUEUES_TL_U1 UNIQUE 1 APPLICATION_ID2 CONCURRENT_QUEUE_ID3 LANGUAGE

FND_CONCURRENT_QUEUES_TL_U2 UNIQUE 1 APPLICATION_ID2 CONCURRENT_QUEUE_NAME3 LANGUAGE

FND_CONCURRENT_QUEUES_TL_U3 UNIQUE 1 APPLICATION_ID2 USER_CONCURRENT_QUEUE_NAME3 LANGUAGE

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Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_CONCURRENT_QUEUE_CONTENT

FND_CONCURRENT_QUEUE_CONTENT stores information aboutspecialization rules for concurrent managers. Each row includesINCLUDE_FLAG, which indicates if the overall rule is an include orexclude rule, and the type of item (an item can be a program, a user, anORACLE ID, or a request type) to be included or excluded by the rule.Each row also includes values that identify the item and the applicationwith which the item is defined. You need one row for each rule for eachconcurrent manager that has specialization rules. Oracle ApplicationObject Library uses this information to allow a system administrator totailor concurrent managers to the needs of the site. . .

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_CONCURRENT_COMPLEX_RULES APPLICATION_ID TYPE_APPLICATION_IDCOMPLEX_RULE_ID TYPE_ID

FND_CONCURRENT_PROGRAMS APPLICATION_ID TYPE_APPLICATION_IDCONCURRENT_PROGRAM_ID TYPE_ID

FND_CONCURRENT_QUEUES APPLICATION_ID QUEUE_APPLICATION_IDCONCURRENT_QUEUE_ID CONCURRENT_QUEUE_ID

FND_CONCURRENT_REQUEST_CLASS REQUEST_CLASS_ID TYPE_IDAPPLICATION_ID TYPE_APPLICATION_ID

FND_ORACLE_USERID ORACLE_ID TYPE_IDFND_USER USER_ID TYPE_ID

QuickCodes ColumnsColumn QuickCodes Type QuickCodes Table

INCLUDE_FLAG CP_RULE_ACTION FND_LOOKUPSE DisallowI Allow

TYPE_CODE CP_SPECIAL_RULES FND_LOOKUPSC Combined RuleL Logical DatabaseO ORACLE IDP ProgramR Request TypeU User

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

QUEUE_APPLICATION_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Application identifier of theconcurrent manager

CONCURRENT_QUEUE_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Concurrent manager identifierTYPE_CODE (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) The type of specialization rule

assigned to the concurrentmanager

TYPE_APPLICATION_ID (PK) NULL NUMBER(15) Identifier of the applicationwith which the type is defined(only used for Combined Rule,Program, and Request Type)

TYPE_ID (PK) NULL NUMBER(15) Type identifierLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who column

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Column Descriptions (Continued)Name Null? Type Description

LAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnINCLUDE_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Flag to indicate if the overall

rule is an include or excluderule

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_CONCURRENT_QUEUE_CONT_U1 UNIQUE 1 QUEUE_APPLICATION_ID2 CONCURRENT_QUEUE_ID3 TYPE_CODE4 TYPE_APPLICATION_ID5 TYPE_ID

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_CONCURRENT_QUEUE_PARAMS

FND_CONCURRENT_QUEUE_PARAMS stores information aboutparameters for concurrent managers.

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_CONCURRENT_QUEUES APPLICATION_ID QUEUE_APPLICATION_IDCONCURRENT_QUEUE_ID CONCURRENT_QUEUE_ID

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

QUEUE_APPLICATION_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER Application identifier ofconcurrent manager

CONCURRENT_QUEUE_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER Concurrent manager identifierNAME (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30) Parameter nameCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NOT NULL NUMBER Standard Who columnVALUE NULL VARCHAR2(240) Parameter value

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_CONCURRENT_QUEUE_PARAMS_U1 UNIQUE 1 QUEUE_APPLICATION_ID2 CONCURRENT_QUEUE_ID3 NAME

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_CONCURRENT_QUEUE_SIZE

FND_CONCURRENT_QUEUE_SIZE stores information about thenumber of requests a concurrent manager can process at once, accordingto its work shift. Each row includes values that identify the concurrentmanager and the work shift assigned to it. MIN_PROCESSES containsthe maximum number of requests this manager can process at one timeduring this work shift. Oracle Application Object Library does not useMAX_PROCESSES. You need one row for each work shift assignmentfor each concurrent manager. Oracle Application Object Library usesthis information to allow system administrators to tailor concurrentprocessing throughput to the needs of the site. . .

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_CONCURRENT_QUEUES APPLICATION_ID QUEUE_APPLICATION_IDCONCURRENT_QUEUE_ID CONCURRENT_QUEUE_ID

FND_CONCURRENT_TIME_PERIODS APPLICATION_ID PERIOD_APPLICATION_IDCONCURRENT_TIME_PERIOD_ID CONCURRENT_TIME_PERIOD_ID

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

QUEUE_APPLICATION_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Application identifier of theconcurrent manager

CONCURRENT_QUEUE_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Concurrent manager identifierPERIOD_APPLICATION_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Application identifier of the

concurrent manager work shiftCONCURRENT_TIME_PERIOD_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Concurrent manager work shift

identifierLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnMIN_PROCESSES NOT NULL NUMBER(4) The maximum number of request

the manager can process at onetime during the work shift

MAX_PROCESSES NULL NUMBER(4) Not currently usedSLEEP_SECONDS NULL NUMBER(4) The number of seconds the

concurrent manager waitsbetween checking the list ofpending requests

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_CONCURRENT_QUEUE_SIZE_U1 UNIQUE 1 QUEUE_APPLICATION_ID2 CONCURRENT_QUEUE_ID3 PERIOD_APPLICATION_ID4 CONCURRENT_TIME_PERIOD_ID

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Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_CONCURRENT_REQUESTS

FND_CONCURRENT_REQUESTS stores information about individualconcurrent requests. Each row includes values that identify theparticular request and its parameters, such as who submitted it, therequest type, whether the request should run sequentially with otherrequests in the same logical database (SINGLE_THREAD_FLAG),whether the request is on hold (HOLD_FLAG), whether to display therequest in the View Requests form for the request submitter to review,and what status and phase the concurrent request is in. Each row alsoincludes values that identify the concurrent program, its execution andargument methods, and whether the program is constrained(QUEUE_METHOD_CODE). Each row also includes flags that indicatethe request’s priority relative to other requests, as well as values thatspecify how the concurrent manager should print program output, ifany. ARGUMENT1 through ARGUMENT25 contain any arguments theapplication passes to the concurrent program. If the concurrentprogram needs more than 25 arguments to run, the first 25 argumentsare stored in this table, ARGUMENT26 through ARGUMENT100 arestored in FND_CONC_REQUEST_ARGUMENTS. ARGUMENT_TEXTcontains the concatenation of concurrent request arguments andCOMPLETION_TEXT contains a message about how the requestcompleted. The row also contains dates that the request was submitted,requested to start and actually run. REQ_INFORMATION is used withreport sets to remember the status of the request between runs. Whenthe request is set to use automatic resubmission, RESUBMITTED is aflag to indicate whether the request has been resubmitted or not.RESUBMIT_INTERVAL_TYPE_CODE specifies whether to start intervalcount down from the requested start time or the completion of therequest. RESUBMIT_INTERVAL_UNIT_CODE indicates whetherinterval unit is in Days, Hours, Minutes, or Months. RESUBMIT_TIMEsets the time of the day to rerun the concurrent request.RESUBMIT_INTERVAL indicates the number of units of time when theidentical request will be resubmitted. RESUBMIT_END_DATE is thedate the request stops resubmitting itself. IS_SUB_REQUEST is a flagthat identifies a child request and HAS_SUB_REQUEST is a flag thatidentifies a parent request. Each child request also needs to have valuesin PARENT_REQUEST_ID to show what parent request submitted thechild request and PRIORITY_REQUEST_ID to tell what priority theparent request has and what priority the child request should have.Oracle Application Object Library does not useENFORCE_SERIALITY_FLAG (always Y), CPU_SECONDS,LOGICAL_IOS, or PHYSICAL_IOS. You need one row for eachconcurrent request. Though you should occasionally delete from thistable, you should not modify any of its data. Oracle Application Object

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Library uses this information to run concurrent requests, andautomatically updates it as requests change their status. . .

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_CONCURRENT_PROCESSES CONCURRENT_PROCESS_ID CONTROLLING_MANAGERFND_CONCURRENT_PROGRAMS APPLICATION_ID PROGRAM_APPLICATION_ID

CONCURRENT_PROGRAM_ID CONCURRENT_PROGRAM_IDFND_CONCURRENT_REQUESTS REQUEST_ID PARENT_REQUEST_IDFND_CONCURRENT_REQUESTS REQUEST_ID PRIORITY_REQUEST_IDFND_CONCURRENT_REQUEST_CLASS APPLICATION_ID REQUEST_CLASS_APPLICATION_ID

REQUEST_CLASS_ID CONCURRENT_REQUEST_CLASS_IDFND_CONC_RELEASE_CLASSES APPLICATION_ID RELEASE_CLASS_APP_ID

RELEASE_CLASS_ID RELEASE_CLASS_IDFND_CONFLICTS_DOMAIN CD_ID CD_IDFND_LOGINS LOGIN_ID CONC_LOGIN_IDFND_NODES NODE_NAME LOGFILE_NODE_NAMEFND_NODES NODE_NAME OUTFILE_NODE_NAMEFND_ORACLE_USERID ORACLE_ID ORACLE_IDFND_PRINTER PRINTER_NAME PRINTERFND_PRINTER_STYLES PRINTER_STYLE_NAME PRINT_STYLEFND_RESPONSIBILITY APPLICATION_ID RESPONSIBILITY_APPLICATION_ID

RESPONSIBILITY_ID RESPONSIBILITY_IDFND_USER USER_ID REQUESTED_BY

QuickCodes ColumnsColumn QuickCodes Type QuickCodes Table

ENFORCE_SERIALITY_FLAG YES_NO FND_LOOKUPSN NoY Yes

HAS_SUB_REQUEST YES_NO FND_LOOKUPSN NoY Yes

HOLD_FLAG YES_NO FND_LOOKUPSN NoY Yes

IS_SUB_REQUEST YES_NO FND_LOOKUPSN NoY Yes

PHASE_CODE CP_PHASE_CODE FND_LOOKUPSC CompletedI InactiveP PendingR Running

QUEUE_METHOD_CODE CP_QUEUE_METHOD_CODE FND_LOOKUPSB YesI No

SAVE_OUTPUT_FLAG YES_NO FND_LOOKUPSN NoY Yes

SINGLE_THREAD_FLAG YES_NO FND_LOOKUPSN NoY Yes

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QuickCodes Columns (Continued)Column QuickCodes Type QuickCodes Table

STATUS_CODE CP_STATUS_CODE FND_LOOKUPSA WaitingB ResumingC NormalD CancelledE ErrorF ScheduledG WarningH On HoldI NormalM No ManagerQ StandbyR NormalS SuspendedT TerminatingU DisabledW PausedX TerminatedZ Waiting

UPDATE_PROTECTED YES_NO FND_LOOKUPSN NoY Yes

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

REQUEST_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Concurrent request identifierLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnREQUEST_DATE NOT NULL DATE Concurrent request submission

dateREQUESTED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Username of the requestorPHASE_CODE NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Code to indicate in what phase

the concurrent request isSTATUS_CODE NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) The current status of the

concurrent requestPRIORITY_REQUEST_ID NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Request identifier of the

oldest ancestor or parentrequest

PRIORITY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Priority of the concurrentrequest

REQUESTED_START_DATE NOT NULL DATE The date and time when userswant the request to startrunning

HOLD_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Flag to indicate if concurrentrequest is on hold

ENFORCE_SERIALITY_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Not currently usedSINGLE_THREAD_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Flag to indicate whether to run

the request sequentially withother requests in the samelogical database

HAS_SUB_REQUEST NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Flag to identify the currentrequest as a parent request

IS_SUB_REQUEST NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Flag to identify the request asa child request

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Column Descriptions (Continued)Name Null? Type Description

IMPLICIT_CODE NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Code to specify whether therequest appears in the ViewRequest form for the requestsubmitter

UPDATE_PROTECTED NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Flag to indicate if requestoris allowed to delete therequest or update any of therequest’s attributes

QUEUE_METHOD_CODE NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Code to indicate if concurrentprogram is constrained

ARGUMENT_INPUT_METHOD_CODE NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Flag to indicate if the requestuses token as argument inputmethod

ORACLE_ID NOT NULL NUMBER(15) The ORACLE account used to runthe concurrent request

PROGRAM_APPLICATION_ID NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Identifier of application withwhich that concurrent programis registered

CONCURRENT_PROGRAM_ID NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Concurrent program identifierRESPONSIBILITY_APPLICATION_ID NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Identifier of the application

with which the responsibilityis defined

RESPONSIBILITY_ID NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Responsibility identifierNUMBER_OF_ARGUMENTS NOT NULL NUMBER(3) Number of argumentsNUMBER_OF_COPIES NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Number of copies to printSAVE_OUTPUT_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Flag to indicate whether to

save output to a fileNLS_COMPLIANT NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Indicates if program is NLS

compliantLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnNLS_LANGUAGE NULL VARCHAR2(30) LanguageNLS_TERRITORY NULL VARCHAR2(30) The territory using the

languagePRINTER NULL VARCHAR2(30) Name of printer to print outputPRINT_STYLE NULL VARCHAR2(30) Output print stylePRINT_GROUP NULL VARCHAR2(1) Flag to indicate whether to

print the request outputtogether with other reports orprograms in the report set

REQUEST_CLASS_APPLICATION_ID NULL NUMBER(15) Identifier of application withwhich request type is defined

CONCURRENT_REQUEST_CLASS_ID NULL NUMBER(15) Request type identifierPARENT_REQUEST_ID NULL NUMBER(15) Request identifier of the

request that submits thisrequest

CONC_LOGIN_ID NULL NUMBER(15) Login session identifierLANGUAGE_ID NULL NUMBER(15) Language identifierDESCRIPTION NULL VARCHAR2(240) DescriptionREQ_INFORMATION NULL VARCHAR2(240) Miscellaneous information for

the request to be used with theparent request of a report set

RESUBMIT_INTERVAL NULL NUMBER(15,10) The number of units to resubmita request

RESUBMIT_INTERVAL_UNIT_CODE NULL VARCHAR2(30) Code to indicate whetherresubmit interval unit is inDays, Hours, Minutes, or Months

RESUBMIT_INTERVAL_TYPE_CODE NULL VARCHAR2(30) Code indicating whether tostart interval count down fromthe requested start time or thecompletion of the request

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Column Descriptions (Continued)Name Null? Type Description

RESUBMIT_TIME NULL VARCHAR2(8) The time of the day toregularly resubmit the request

RESUBMIT_END_DATE NULL DATE The end date for resubmittingthe request

RESUBMITTED NULL VARCHAR2(1) Flag to indicate whether therequest has been resubmitted

CONTROLLING_MANAGER NULL NUMBER(15) Identifier of concurrentmanager that processed thisrequest

ACTUAL_START_DATE NULL DATE The actual time and date whenthe request started running

ACTUAL_COMPLETION_DATE NULL DATE The time and date when therequest was completed

COMPLETION_TEXT NULL VARCHAR2(240) The text message about how therequest completed

OUTCOME_PRODUCT NULL VARCHAR2(20) Not currently usedOUTCOME_CODE NULL NUMBER(15) Not currently usedCPU_SECONDS NULL NUMBER(15,3) Not currently usedLOGICAL_IOS NULL NUMBER(15) Not currently usedPHYSICAL_IOS NULL NUMBER(15) Not currently usedLOGFILE_NAME NULL VARCHAR2(255) Logfile nameLOGFILE_NODE_NAME NULL VARCHAR2(30) The name of node or machine on

which to create the log fileOUTFILE_NAME NULL VARCHAR2(255) Name of output fileOUTFILE_NODE_NAME NULL VARCHAR2(30) The name of node or machine on

which to create the output fileARGUMENT_TEXT NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT1 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT2 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT3 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT4 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT5 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT6 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT7 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT8 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT9 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT10 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT11 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT12 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT13 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT14 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT15 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT16 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT17 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT18 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT19 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT20 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT21 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT22 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT23 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT24 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT25 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentCRM_THRSHLD NULL NUMBER(15) Used internally by the conflict

resolution managerCRM_TSTMP NULL DATE Used internally by the conflict

resolution managerCRITICAL NULL VARCHAR2(1) Is this a critical storage

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Column Descriptions (Continued)Name Null? Type Description

REQUEST_TYPE NULL VARCHAR2(1) Specialization typeORACLE_PROCESS_ID NULL VARCHAR2(30) Database process identifierORACLE_SESSION_ID NULL NUMBER(15) Database session identifierOS_PROCESS_ID NULL VARCHAR2(240) Operating system process

identifierPRINT_JOB_ID NULL VARCHAR2(240) Reserved for future useOUTPUT_FILE_TYPE NULL VARCHAR2(4) Format of output fileRELEASE_CLASS_APP_ID NULL NUMBER Application identifier of the

scheduleRELEASE_CLASS_ID NULL NUMBER Schedule identifierSTALE_DATE NULL DATE Used for advanced schedulesCANCEL_OR_HOLD NULL VARCHAR2(1) Used for advanced schedulesNOTIFY_ON_PP_ERROR NULL VARCHAR2(255) User to notify if post

processing steps failCD_ID NULL NUMBER Conflict domain identifierREQUEST_LIMIT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Indicates maximum number of

requests a user may submit atone time

CRM_RELEASE_DATE NULL DATE Date at which conflicts wereresolved

POST_REQUEST_STATUS NULL VARCHAR2(1) Reserved for future useCOMPLETION_CODE NULL VARCHAR2(30) Indicates the completion status

of the request, such as successINCREMENT_DATES NULL VARCHAR2(1) Flag to increment date

parameters on resubmissionRESTART NULL VARCHAR2(1) Indicates program may be

restartedENABLE_TRACE NULL VARCHAR2(1) Turns on tracing for requestsRESUB_COUNT NULL NUMBER Resubmission count (for

repeating requests)NLS_CODESET NULL VARCHAR2(30) Character setOFILE_SIZE NULL NUMBER(15) Filesize of request out in

bytesLFILE_SIZE NULL NUMBER(15) Filesize of request log in

bytesSTALE NULL VARCHAR2(1) Used with Scheduler to indicate

requests that could not be runwithin the specified/requiredperiod

SECURITY_GROUP_ID NULL NUMBER Security group identifierRESOURCE_CONSUMER_GROUP NULL VARCHAR2(30) Database Resource Manager group

under which this request shouldbe processed/run

EXP_DATE NULL DATE Expiration date for requestQUEUE_APP_ID NULL NUMBER(15) Not currently used (To

associate request with aspecific manager)

QUEUE_ID NULL NUMBER(15) Not currently used (Toassociate request with aspecific manager)

OPS_INSTANCE NOT NULL NUMBER Oracle Parallel System instanceidentifier

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

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IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_CONCURRENT_REQUESTS_N1 NOT UNIQUE 1 REQUESTED_BY3 ACTUAL_COMPLETION_DATE

FND_CONCURRENT_REQUESTS_N2 NOT UNIQUE 1 STATUS_CODEFND_CONCURRENT_REQUESTS_N3 NOT UNIQUE 1 PARENT_REQUEST_IDFND_CONCURRENT_REQUESTS_N4 NOT UNIQUE 1 PRIORITY_REQUEST_IDFND_CONCURRENT_REQUESTS_N5 NOT UNIQUE 1 DESCRIPTIONFND_CONCURRENT_REQUESTS_N6 NOT UNIQUE 1 CONCURRENT_PROGRAM_ID

2 PROGRAM_APPLICATION_IDFND_CONCURRENT_REQUESTS_N7 NOT UNIQUE 1 PHASE_CODE

2 STATUS_CODEFND_CONCURRENT_REQUESTS_N8 NOT UNIQUE 1 RESPONSIBILITY_APPLICATION_ID

2 RESPONSIBILITY_IDFND_CONCURRENT_REQUESTS_U1 UNIQUE 1 REQUEST_ID

SequencesSequence Derived Column

FND_CONCURRENT_REQUESTS_S REQUEST_ID

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FND_CONCURRENT_REQUEST_CLASS

FND_CONCURRENT_REQUEST_CLASS stores information aboutconcurrent request types. Each row includes a name and description ofa request type. You need one row for each registered request type.Oracle Application Object Library uses this information to let a systemadministrator specify which concurrent managers can run which typesof concurrent programs provided that the concurrent programs aredefined with types. . .

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_APPLICATION APPLICATION_ID APPLICATION_ID

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

APPLICATION_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Application identifierREQUEST_CLASS_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Request type identifierREQUEST_CLASS_NAME NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30) Request type nameLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnDESCRIPTION NULL VARCHAR2(240) Description

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_CONC_REQUEST_CLASS_U1 UNIQUE 1 APPLICATION_ID2 REQUEST_CLASS_ID

FND_CONC_REQUEST_CLASS_U2 UNIQUE 1 APPLICATION_ID2 REQUEST_CLASS_NAME

SequencesSequence Derived Column

FND_CONCURRENT_REQUEST_CLASS_S REQUEST_CLASS_ID

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FND_CONCURRENT_TIME_PERIODS

FND_CONCURRENT_TIME_PERIODS stores information aboutconcurrent processing work shifts. Each row includes the name of thework shift and the days and times it covers.CONCURRENT_DAYS_SPEC_METHOD normally contains the valueA. You need one row for each work shift. Oracle Application ObjectLibrary uses this information to let a system administrator specify whenconcurrent managers need to be active to process concurrent requests. . .

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_APPLICATION APPLICATION_ID APPLICATION_ID

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

APPLICATION_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Application identifierCONCURRENT_TIME_PERIOD_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Concurrent processing work

shift identifierCONCURRENT_TIME_PERIOD_NAME NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30) Concurrent processing work

shift nameLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnDESCRIPTION NULL VARCHAR2(240) DescriptionSTART_TIME NULL NUMBER(4) The starting time of the work

shiftEND_TIME NULL NUMBER(4) The time the work shift endsFROM_WEEK_DAY NULL NUMBER(1) The day of the week the work

shift startsTO_WEEK_DAY NULL NUMBER(1) The day of the week the work

shift endsSPECIFIC_DATE NULL DATE The date to run the work shiftCONCURRENT_DAYS_SPEC_METHOD NULL VARCHAR2(1) Not currently used

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_CONCURRENT_TIME_PERIODS_U1 UNIQUE 1 APPLICATION_ID2 CONCURRENT_TIME_PERIOD_ID

FND_CONCURRENT_TIME_PERIODS_U2 UNIQUE 1 APPLICATION_ID2 CONCURRENT_TIME_PERIOD_NAME

SequencesSequence Derived Column

FND_CONCURRENT_TIME_PERIODS_S CONCURRENT_TIME_PERIOD_ID

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FND_CONC_PP_ACTIONS

The FND_CONC_PP_ACTIONS table stores information about postprocessing actions (i.e. printing and notifications) that will beperformed for various concurrent requests.

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_CONCURRENT_REQUESTS REQUEST_ID CONCURRENT_REQUEST_IDFND_LOGINS LOGIN_ID LAST_UPDATE_LOGINFND_USER USER_ID CREATED_BYFND_USER USER_ID LAST_UPDATED_BY

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

CONCURRENT_REQUEST_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER Identifies associated requestsACTION_TYPE NOT NULL NUMBER Type of actionSTATUS_S_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Perform action on successSTATUS_W_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Perform action on warningSTATUS_F_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Indicates that action ended in

failureLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NOT NULL NUMBER Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER Standard Who columnPROGRAM_APPLICATION_ID NULL NUMBER Reserved for future usePROGRAM_ID NULL NUMBER Reserved for future useARGUMENTS NULL VARCHAR2(255) Concurrent Request ArgumentCOMPLETED NULL VARCHAR2(1) Indicates action has completedNUMBER_OF_COPIES NULL NUMBER Number of copies to printSEQUENCE NULL NUMBER Indicates order of post

processing actionsARGUMENT1 NULL VARCHAR2(255) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT2 NULL VARCHAR2(255) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT3 NULL VARCHAR2(255) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT4 NULL VARCHAR2(255) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT5 NULL VARCHAR2(255) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT6 NULL VARCHAR2(255) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT7 NULL VARCHAR2(255) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT8 NULL VARCHAR2(255) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT9 NULL VARCHAR2(255) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT10 NULL VARCHAR2(255) Concurrent Request ArgumentORIG_SYSTEM NULL VARCHAR2(48) Identifies source of data for

workflow roleORIG_SYSTEM_ID NULL NUMBER Unique identifier within the

original system for workflowrole

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

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IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_CONC_PP_ACTIONS_N1 NOT UNIQUE 5 CONCURRENT_REQUEST_ID6 ACTION_TYPE7 SEQUENCE

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_CONC_PROCESSOR_PROGRAMS

FND_CONC_PROCESSOR_PROGRAMS stores information about theimmediate (subroutine) concurrent programs stored in a concurrentprogram library. Each row includes values that identify the concurrentprogram and the library to which it belongs. You need one row for eachassignment of a program to a library. Oracle Application Object Libraryuses this information to determine the immediate concurrent programsthat a concurrent manager can run. . .

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_CONCURRENT_PROCESSORS APPLICATION_ID PROCESSOR_APPLICATION_IDCONCURRENT_PROCESSOR_ID CONCURRENT_PROCESSOR_ID

FND_CONCURRENT_PROGRAMS APPLICATION_ID PROGRAM_APPLICATION_IDCONCURRENT_PROGRAM_ID CONCURRENT_PROGRAM_ID

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

PROCESSOR_APPLICATION_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Application identifier of theconcurrent program library

CONCURRENT_PROCESSOR_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Program Library identifierPROGRAM_APPLICATION_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Application identifier of the

immediate concurrent programCONCURRENT_PROGRAM_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Concurrent program identifierLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who column

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_CONC_PROCESSOR_PROGRAMS_U1 UNIQUE 1 PROCESSOR_APPLICATION_ID2 CONCURRENT_PROCESSOR_ID3 PROGRAM_APPLICATION_ID4 CONCURRENT_PROGRAM_ID

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_CONC_RELEASE_CLASSES

FND_CONC_RELEASE_CLASSES stores information about Schedules,which are used by the Concurrent Manager’s request mechanism. Eachrow contains a variety of information about the Schedule. In the case ofAdvanced Schedules, the schedule represents a Conjunction thatcontains zero or more Disjunctions (stored inFND_CONC_RELEASE_DISJS).

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_LOGINS LOGIN_ID LAST_UPDATE_LOGINFND_USER USER_ID CREATED_BYFND_USER USER_ID LAST_UPDATED_BY

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

APPLICATION_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER Application identifierRELEASE_CLASS_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER Schedule identifierRELEASE_CLASS_NAME NOT NULL VARCHAR2(20) Developer name for the release

classOWNER_REQ_ID NULL NUMBER Used for temporary schedules:

owning request’s IDENABLED_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Enabled flagLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NOT NULL NUMBER Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER Standard Who columnUPDATED_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Warns the scheduler that this

is new informationDATE1 NULL DATE Date used with some schedule

typesDATE2 NULL DATE Date used with some schedule

typesSTART_DATE_ACTIVE NULL DATE Date before which the release

class is not enabledEND_DATE_ACTIVE NULL DATE Date after which the release

class is not enabledCLASS_TYPE NULL VARCHAR2(1) Denotes type of scheduleCLASS_INFO NULL VARCHAR2(64) Compiled scheduling informationOWNER_SCH_ID NULL NUMBER Automatically generates

schedulingOWNER_SCH_APP_ID NULL NUMBER Applications identifier for the

owner scheduleRESUBMIT_INTERVAL NULL NUMBER(15,10) For internal useRESUBMIT_INTERVAL_UNIT_CODE NULL VARCHAR2(30) For internal useRESUBMIT_INTERVAL_TYPE_CODE NULL VARCHAR2(30) For internal use

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

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IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_CONC_RELEASE_CLASSES_N1 NOT UNIQUE 5 RELEASE_CLASS_IDFND_CONC_RELEASE_CLASSES_N2 NOT UNIQUE 5 OWNER_REQ_IDFND_CONC_RELEASE_CLASSES_N3 NOT UNIQUE 5 RELEASE_CLASS_NAME

7 APPLICATION_IDFND_CONC_RELEASE_CLASSES_U1 UNIQUE 2 APPLICATION_ID

4 RELEASE_CLASS_IDFND_CONC_RELEASE_CLASSES_U2 UNIQUE 1 APPLICATION_ID

2 RELEASE_CLASS_NAME

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_CONC_RELEASE_CLASSES_TL

FND_CONC_RELEASE_CLASSES_TL stores translated informationabout the release classes in FND_CONC_RELEASE_CLASSES.

Each row includes the language the row is translated to, the translate dattributes of the release class, and the release class identifier whichuniquely identifies the release class. You need one row for each releaseclass in each of the installed languages. Each row includes a languageand source_lang column which can be used to determine if a value hasbeen translated or defaulted.

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_CONC_RELEASE_CLASSES APPLICATION_ID APPLICATION_IDRELEASE_CLASS_ID RELEASE_CLASS_ID

FND_LANGUAGES LANGUAGE_CODE LANGUAGEFND_LANGUAGES LANGUAGE_CODE SOURCE_LANGFND_LOGINS LOGIN_ID LAST_UPDATE_LOGINFND_USER USER_ID CREATED_BYFND_USER USER_ID LAST_UPDATED_BY

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

APPLICATION_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER Application identifierRELEASE_CLASS_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER Schedule identifierLANGUAGE (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(4) LanguageSOURCE_LANG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(4) The Language the text will

mirror. If text is not yettranslated into LANGUAGE thenany changes to the text in thesource language row will bereflected here as well.

USER_RELEASE_CLASS_NAME NOT NULL VARCHAR2(20) User name for the release classLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NOT NULL NUMBER Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER Standard Who columnDESCRIPTION NULL VARCHAR2(80) Description

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_CONC_RELEASE_CLASSES_TL_U1 UNIQUE 1 APPLICATION_ID2 RELEASE_CLASS_ID3 LANGUAGE

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_CONC_RELEASE_DISJS

FND_CONC_RELEASE_DISJS stores information about Disjunctions(used in Concurrent Manager Advanced Schedules). Each Disjunctioncontain zero or more Periods (stored inFND_CONC_RELEASE_PERIODS) and States (stored inFND_CONC_RELEASE_STATES). Zero or more Disjunctions arecombined together into Conjunctions (stored inFND_CONC_RELEASE_CLASSES).

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_LOGINS LOGIN_ID LAST_UPDATE_LOGINFND_USER USER_ID CREATED_BYFND_USER USER_ID LAST_UPDATED_BY

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

APPLICATION_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER Application identifierDISJUNCTION_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER Disjunction identifierDISJUNCTION_NAME NOT NULL VARCHAR2(20) Developer name for the

disjunctionOWNER_REQ_ID NULL NUMBER Used for temporary schedules:

owning request’s IDENABLED_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Enabled flagLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NOT NULL NUMBER Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER Standard Who columnUPDATED_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Warns the scheduler that this

is new informationSTART_DATE_ACTIVE NULL DATE Date before which the release

disjunction is not enabledEND_DATE_ACTIVE NULL DATE Date after which the release

disjunction is not enabledOWNER_SCH_ID NULL NUMBER Automatically generates

schedulingOWNER_SCH_APP_ID NULL NUMBER Applications identifier for the

owner schedule

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_CONC_RELEASE_DISJS_U1 UNIQUE 2 APPLICATION_ID4 DISJUNCTION_ID

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_CONC_RELEASE_DISJS_TL

FND_CONC_RELEASE_DISJS_TL stores translated information aboutthe release disjunctions in FND_CONC_RELEASE_DISJS.

Each row includes the language the row is translated to, the translate dattributes of the release disjunction, and the release disjunctionidentifier which uniquely identifies the release disjunction. You needone row for each release disjunction in each of the installed languages.Each row includes a language and source_lang column which can beused to determine if a value has been translated or defaulted.

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_CONC_RELEASE_DISJS APPLICATION_ID APPLICATION_IDDISJUNCTION_ID DISJUNCTION_ID

FND_LANGUAGES LANGUAGE_CODE LANGUAGEFND_LANGUAGES LANGUAGE_CODE SOURCE_LANGFND_LOGINS LOGIN_ID LAST_UPDATE_LOGINFND_USER USER_ID CREATED_BYFND_USER USER_ID LAST_UPDATED_BY

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

APPLICATION_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER Application identifierDISJUNCTION_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER Disjunction identifierLANGUAGE (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(4) LanguageSOURCE_LANG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(4) The Language the text will

mirror. If text is not yettranslated into LANGUAGE thenany changes to the text in thesource language row will bereflected here as well.

USER_DISJUNCTION_NAME NOT NULL VARCHAR2(20) User name for the disjunctionLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NOT NULL NUMBER Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER Standard Who columnDESCRIPTION NULL VARCHAR2(80) Description

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_CONC_RELEASE_DISJS_TL_U1 UNIQUE 1 APPLICATION_ID2 DISJUNCTION_ID3 LANGUAGE

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_CONC_RELEASE_PERIODS

FND_CONC_RELEASE_PERIODS stores information about Periods.Periods are used in the construction of Concurrent Manager AdvancedSchedules. Periods have a start time, end time, and periodicity, which isstored as a period length and a periodicity code.

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_LOGINS LOGIN_ID LAST_UPDATE_LOGINFND_USER USER_ID CREATED_BYFND_USER USER_ID LAST_UPDATED_BY

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

APPLICATION_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER Application identifierCONCURRENT_PERIOD_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER Period identifierCONCURRENT_PERIOD_NAME NOT NULL VARCHAR2(20) Developer name for the PeriodOWNER_REQ_ID NULL NUMBER Used for temporary schedules:

owning request’s IDENABLED_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Enabled flagPERIODICITY_CODE NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) D = day, M = month, R = reverse

monthPERIOD_LENGTH NOT NULL NUMBER Number of days or monthsPERIOD_START_TIME NOT NULL DATE Time when period becomes activePERIOD_STOP_TIME NOT NULL DATE Stop time for periodLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NOT NULL NUMBER Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER Standard Who columnUPDATED_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Warns the scheduler that this

is new informationSTART_DATE_ACTIVE NULL DATE Date before which the period is

not enabledEND_DATE_ACTIVE NULL DATE Date after which the period is

not enabledOWNER_SCH_ID NULL NUMBER Automatically generates

schedulingOWNER_SCH_APP_ID NULL NUMBER Applications identifier for the

owner schedule

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_CONC_RELEASE_PERIODS_U1 UNIQUE 2 APPLICATION_ID4 CONCURRENT_PERIOD_ID

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_CONC_RELEASE_PERIODS_TL

FND_CONC_RELEASE_PERIODS_TL stores translated informationabout the release periods in FND_CONC_RELEASE_PERIODS.

Each row includes the language the row is translated to, the translate dattributes of the release period, and the release period identifier whichuniquely identifies the release period. You need one row for eachrelease period in each of the installed languages. Each row includes alanguage and source_lang column which can be used to determine if avalue has been translated or defaulted.

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_CONC_RELEASE_PERIODS CONCURRENT_PERIOD_ID CONCURRENT_PERIOD_IDAPPLICATION_ID APPLICATION_ID

FND_LANGUAGES LANGUAGE_CODE LANGUAGEFND_LANGUAGES LANGUAGE_CODE SOURCE_LANGFND_LOGINS LOGIN_ID LAST_UPDATE_LOGINFND_USER USER_ID CREATED_BYFND_USER USER_ID LAST_UPDATED_BY

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

APPLICATION_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER Application identifierCONCURRENT_PERIOD_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER Period identifierLANGUAGE (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(4) LanguageSOURCE_LANG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(4) The Language the text will

mirror. If text is not yettranslated into LANGUAGE thenany changes to the text in thesource language row will bereflected here as well.

USER_CONCURRENT_PERIOD_NAME NOT NULL VARCHAR2(20) Username for the PeriodLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NOT NULL NUMBER Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER Standard Who columnDESCRIPTION NULL VARCHAR2(80) Description

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_CONC_RELEASE_PERIODS_TL_U1 UNIQUE 1 APPLICATION_ID2 CONCURRENT_PERIOD_ID3 LANGUAGE

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_CONC_RELEASE_STATES

FND_CONC_RELEASE_STATES stores information about States. Statesare used in the construction of Concurrent Manager AdvancedSchedules. Each row represents a State variable with a reference to theLookup Type (stored in FND_CONC_STATE_LOOKUP_TYPES) as wellas the current Value of the State (stored inFND_CONC_STATE_LOOKUPS).

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_CONC_STATE_LOOKUPS LOOKUP_VALUE STATUSLOOKUP_TYPE_ID LOOKUP_TYPE_ID

FND_LOGINS LOGIN_ID LAST_UPDATE_LOGINFND_USER USER_ID CREATED_BYFND_USER USER_ID LAST_UPDATED_BY

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

APPLICATION_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER Application identifierCONCURRENT_STATE_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER Concurrent state identifierCONCURRENT_STATE_NAME NOT NULL VARCHAR2(20) Developer name for the

Concurrent StateOWNER_REQ_ID NULL NUMBER Used for temporary schedules:

owning request’s IDENABLED_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Enabled flagSTATUS NOT NULL NUMBER State value identifierLOOKUP_TYPE_ID NOT NULL NUMBER State value set identifierLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NOT NULL NUMBER Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER Standard Who columnUPDATED_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Warns the scheduler that this

is new informationSTART_DATE_ACTIVE NULL DATE Date before which the release

state is not enabledEND_DATE_ACTIVE NULL DATE Date after which the release

state is not enabledOWNER_SCH_ID NULL NUMBER Automatically generates

schedulingOWNER_SCH_APP_ID NULL NUMBER Applications identifier for the

owner schedule

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_CONC_RELEASE_STATES_U1 UNIQUE 2 APPLICATION_ID4 CONCURRENT_STATE_ID

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Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_CONC_RELEASE_STATES_TL

FND_CONC_RELEASE_STATES_TL stores translated informationabout the release states in FND_CONC_RELEASE_STATES.

Each row includes the language the row is translated to, the translate dattributes of the release state, and the release state identifier whichuniquely identifies the release state. You need one row for each releasestate in each of the installed languages. Each row includes a languageand source_lang column which can be used to determine if a value hasbeen translated or defaulted.

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_CONC_RELEASE_STATES APPLICATION_ID APPLICATION_IDCONCURRENT_STATE_ID CONCURRENT_STATE_ID

FND_LANGUAGES LANGUAGE_CODE LANGUAGEFND_LANGUAGES LANGUAGE_CODE SOURCE_LANGFND_LOGINS LOGIN_ID LAST_UPDATE_LOGINFND_USER USER_ID CREATED_BYFND_USER USER_ID LAST_UPDATED_BY

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

APPLICATION_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER Application identifierCONCURRENT_STATE_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER Concurrent state identifierLANGUAGE (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(4) LanguageSOURCE_LANG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(4) The Language the text will

mirror. If text is not yettranslated into LANGUAGE thenany changes to the text in thesource language row will bereflected here as well.

USER_CONCURRENT_STATE_NAME NOT NULL VARCHAR2(20) User name for the ConcurrentState

LAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NOT NULL NUMBER Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER Standard Who columnDESCRIPTION NULL VARCHAR2(80) Description

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_CONC_RELEASE_STATES_TL_U1 UNIQUE 1 APPLICATION_ID2 CONCURRENT_STATE_ID3 LANGUAGE

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_CONC_REL_CONJ_MEMBERS

Each Concurrent Manager Advanced Schedule consists of a Conjunctionof several Disjunctions. FND_CONC_REL_CONJ_MEMBERS storesinformation about which Disjunctions (stored inFND_CONC_RELEASE_DISJS) belong to which Conjunction (stored inFND_CONC_RELEASE_CLASSES).

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_CONC_RELEASE_DISJS DISJUNCTION_ID DISJUNCTION_IDAPPLICATION_ID DISJUNCTION_APPLICATION_ID

FND_LOGINS LOGIN_ID LAST_UPDATE_LOGINFND_USER USER_ID CREATED_BYFND_USER USER_ID LAST_UPDATED_BY

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

CLASS_APPLICATION_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER Application class identifierRELEASE_CLASS_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER Schedule identifierDISJUNCTION_APPLICATION_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER Disjunction application

identifierDISJUNCTION_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER Disjunction identifierOWNER_REQ_ID NULL NUMBER Used for temporary schedules:

owning request’s IDLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NOT NULL NUMBER Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER Standard Who columnOWNER_SCH_ID NULL NUMBER Automatically generates

schedulingOWNER_SCH_APP_ID NULL NUMBER Applications identifier for the

owner schedule

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_CONC_REL_CONJ_MEMB_U1 UNIQUE 2 CLASS_APPLICATION_ID4 RELEASE_CLASS_ID6 DISJUNCTION_APPLICATION_ID8 DISJUNCTION_ID

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_CONC_REL_DISJ_MEMBERS

FND_CONC_REL_DISJ_MEMBERS stores information about whichPeriods (stored in FND_CONC_RELEASE_PERIODS) and States (storedin FND_CONC_RELEASE_STATES) belong to which Disjunction(stored in FND_CONC_RELEASE_DISJS). Each Disjunction (used in theConcurrent Manager’s Advanced Schedules) contain zero or morePeriods and States. Additionally each row has a flag to indicate whetherit refers to a State or a Period, and a flag to indicate negation. Finally,there is a column that specifies what value a state is to be compared to.

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_CONC_RELEASE_DISJS APPLICATION_ID DISJUNCTION_APPLICATION_IDDISJUNCTION_ID DISJUNCTION_ID

FND_CONC_RELEASE_PERIODS CONCURRENT_PERIOD_ID PERIOD_IDAPPLICATION_ID PERIOD_APPLICATION_ID

FND_LOGINS LOGIN_ID LAST_UPDATE_LOGINFND_USER USER_ID CREATED_BYFND_USER USER_ID LAST_UPDATED_BY

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

DISJUNCTION_APPLICATION_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER Disjunction applicationidentifier

DISJUNCTION_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER Disjunction identifierPERIOD_OR_STATE_FLAG (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) P = period, S = stateNEGATION_FLAG (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Set to either Yes or NoOWNER_REQ_ID NULL NUMBER Used for temporary schedules:

owning request’s IDLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NOT NULL NUMBER Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER Standard Who columnSTATE_APPLICATION_ID (PK) NULL NUMBER Applications identifier for the

request stateSTATE_ID (PK) NULL NUMBER Request state identifierPERIOD_APPLICATION_ID (PK) NULL NUMBER Application identifier for the

concurrent release periodPERIOD_ID (PK) NULL NUMBER Period identifierSTATUS_VALUE NULL NUMBER Value to compare state toOWNER_SCH_ID NULL NUMBER Automatically generates

schedulingOWNER_SCH_APP_ID NULL NUMBER Applications identifier for the

owner schedule

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

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IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_CONC_REL_DISJ_MEMB_U1 UNIQUE 2 DISJUNCTION_APPLICATION_ID4 DISJUNCTION_ID6 PERIOD_OR_STATE_FLAG8 NEGATION_FLAG10 STATE_APPLICATION_ID12 STATE_ID14 PERIOD_APPLICATION_ID16 PERIOD_ID

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_CONC_REQUEST_ARGUMENTS

FND_CONC_REQUEST_ARGUMENTS stores information about thetwenty–sixth argument through the hundredth argument for concurrentrequests. Each row includes a concurrent request identifier foridentifying a request. You need one row in this table for each concurrentrequest that has more than 25 arguments.

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_CONCURRENT_REQUESTS REQUEST_ID REQUEST_ID

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

REQUEST_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Request identifierARGUMENT26 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT27 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT28 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT29 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT30 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT31 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT32 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT33 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT34 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT35 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT36 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT37 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT38 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT39 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT40 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT41 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT42 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT43 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT44 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT45 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT46 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT47 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT48 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT49 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT50 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT51 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT52 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT53 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT54 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT55 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT56 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT57 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT58 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT59 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT60 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT61 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT62 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT63 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request Argument

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Column Descriptions (Continued)Name Null? Type Description

ARGUMENT64 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT65 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT66 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT67 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT68 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT69 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT70 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT71 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT72 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT73 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT74 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT75 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT76 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT77 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT78 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT79 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT80 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT81 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT82 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT83 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT84 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT85 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT86 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT87 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT88 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT89 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT90 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT91 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT92 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT93 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT94 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT95 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT96 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT97 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT98 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT99 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT100 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request Argument

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_CONC_REQUEST_ARGUMENTS_U1 UNIQUE 1 REQUEST_ID

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_CONC_STATE_LOOKUPS

FND_CONC_STATE_LOOKUPS stores information about what values aConcurrent State (stored in FND_CONC_RELEASE_STATES) may takeon. These values are divided into sets of values called lookup types(stored in FND_CONC_STATE_LOOKUP_TYPES). The information inthese tables is used in the Concurrent Manager’s Advanced Schedules.

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_CONC_STATE_LOOKUP_TYPES LOOKUP_TYPE_ID LOOKUP_TYPE_IDFND_LOGINS LOGIN_ID LAST_UPDATE_LOGINFND_USER USER_ID CREATED_BYFND_USER USER_ID LAST_UPDATED_BY

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

LOOKUP_TYPE_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER Value set identifierLOOKUP_VALUE (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER Value identifierENABLED_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Enabled flagOWNER_REQ_ID NULL NUMBER Used for temporary schedules:

owning request’s IDLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NOT NULL NUMBER Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER Standard Who columnSTART_DATE_ACTIVE NULL DATE Date before which the state

lookups are not enabledEND_DATE_ACTIVE NULL DATE Date after which the state

lookups are not enabledOWNER_SCH_ID NULL NUMBER Automatically generates

schedulingOWNER_SCH_APP_ID NULL NUMBER Applications identifier for the

owner schedule

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_CONC_STATE_LOOKUPS_U1 UNIQUE 2 LOOKUP_TYPE_ID4 LOOKUP_VALUE

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_CONC_STATE_LOOKUPS_TL

FND_CONC_STATE_LOOKUPS_TL stores translated information aboutthe lookups in FND_CONC_STATE_LOOKUPS.

Each row includes the language the row is translated to, the translate dattributes of the lookup, and the lookup identifier which uniquelyidentifies the lookup. You need one row for each lookup in each of theinstalled languages. Each row includes a language and source_langcolumn which can be used to determine if a value has been translatedor defaulted.

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_CONC_STATE_LOOKUPS LOOKUP_TYPE_ID LOOKUP_TYPE_IDLOOKUP_VALUE LOOKUP_VALUE

FND_LANGUAGES LANGUAGE_CODE LANGUAGEFND_LANGUAGES LANGUAGE_CODE SOURCE_LANGFND_LOGINS LOGIN_ID LAST_UPDATE_LOGINFND_USER USER_ID CREATED_BYFND_USER USER_ID LAST_UPDATED_BY

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

LOOKUP_TYPE_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER Value set identifierLOOKUP_VALUE (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER Value identifierLANGUAGE (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(4) LanguageSOURCE_LANG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(4) The Language the text will

mirror. If text is not yettranslated into LANGUAGE thenany changes to the text in thesource language row will bereflected here as well.

MEANING NOT NULL VARCHAR2(20) User valueDESCRIPTION NOT NULL VARCHAR2(80) DescriptionLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NOT NULL NUMBER Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER Standard Who column

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_CONC_STATE_LOOKUPS_TL_U1 UNIQUE 1 LOOKUP_TYPE_ID2 LOOKUP_VALUE3 LANGUAGE

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_CONC_STATE_LOOKUP_TYPES

FND_CONC_STATE_LOOKUP_TYPES stores information about setsthat lookups (stored in FND_CONC_STATE_LOOKUPS) can beassigned to. These Types are used by States (stored inFND_CONC_RELEASE_STATES) in the construction of ConcurrentManager Advanced Schedules.

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_LOGINS LOGIN_ID LAST_UPDATE_LOGINFND_USER USER_ID CREATED_BYFND_USER USER_ID LAST_UPDATED_BY

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

LOOKUP_TYPE_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER Value set identifierLOOKUP_TYPE_NAME NOT NULL VARCHAR2(20) Developer name for the lookup

typeENABLED_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Enabled flagOWNER_REQ_ID NULL NUMBER Used for temporary schedules:

owning request’s IDLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NOT NULL NUMBER Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER Standard Who columnSTART_DATE_ACTIVE NULL DATE Date before which the state

lookups are not enabledEND_DATE_ACTIVE NULL DATE Date after which the state

lookups are not enabledOWNER_SCH_ID NULL NUMBER Automatically generates

schedulingOWNER_SCH_APP_ID NULL NUMBER Applications identifier for the

owner schedule

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_CONC_STATE_LOOKUP_TYPES_U1 UNIQUE 2 LOOKUP_TYPE_ID

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_CONC_STATE_LOOKUP_TYPES_TL

FND_CONC_STATE_LOOKUPS_TYPES_TL stores translatedinformation about the lookups inFND_CONC_STATE_LOOKUPS_TYPES.

Each row includes the language the row is translated to, the translate dattributes of the lookup type, and the lookup type identifier whichuniquely identifies the lookup type. You need one row for each lookuptype in each of the installed languages. Each row includes a languageand source_lang column which can be used to determine if a value hasbeen translated or defaulted.

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_CONC_STATE_LOOKUP_TYPES LOOKUP_TYPE_ID LOOKUP_TYPE_IDFND_LANGUAGES LANGUAGE_CODE LANGUAGEFND_LANGUAGES LANGUAGE_CODE SOURCE_LANGFND_LOGINS LOGIN_ID LAST_UPDATE_LOGINFND_USER USER_ID CREATED_BYFND_USER USER_ID LAST_UPDATED_BY

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

LOOKUP_TYPE_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER Value set identifierLANGUAGE (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(4) LanguageSOURCE_LANG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(4) The Language the text will

mirror. If text is not yettranslated into LANGUAGE thenany changes to the text in thesource language row will bereflected here as well.

USER_LOOKUP_TYPE_NAME NOT NULL VARCHAR2(20) User name for the lookup typeLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NOT NULL NUMBER Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER Standard Who columnDESCRIPTION NULL VARCHAR2(80) Description

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_CONC_STATE_LKUP_TYPE_TL_U1 UNIQUE 1 LOOKUP_TYPE_ID2 LANGUAGE

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_CONFLICTS_DOMAIN

The constraints on a concurrent request (e.g., incompatibilities, runalone, single thread) are enforced only within the conflict domain towhich the request belongs. Each row in FND_CONFLICTS_DOMAINrepresents a conflict domain and whether a ”run alone” program isrunning in that domain.

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_LOGINS LOGIN_ID LAST_UPDATE_LOGINFND_USER USER_ID CREATED_BYFND_USER USER_ID LAST_UPDATED_BY

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

CD_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Conflict domain identifierCD_NAME NOT NULL VARCHAR2(240) Developer name for the conflict

domainUSER_CD_NAME NOT NULL VARCHAR2(240) User name for the conflict

domainRUNALONE_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Indicates a program that must

run by itselfLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnDESCRIPTION NULL VARCHAR2(240) Description

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_CONFLICTS_DOMAIN_U1 UNIQUE 1 CD_ID

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_CURRENCIES

FND_CURRENCIES stores information about currencies. Each rowincludes the currency code (CURRENCY_CODE) established by ISO(International Standards Organization) standard, the name of thecurrency (NAME), a flag to indicate whether the currency is enabled foruse at your site (ENABLED_FLAG), a flag to indicate if this is a currencyor a statistical unit (CURRENCY_FLAG), and the territory code of theissuing country (ISSUING_TERRITORY_CODE). Each row alsoincludes the number of digits to the right of the decimal point(PRECISION), the extended precision (EXTENDED_PRECISION), thesymbol denoting the currency, a description of the currency, anddescriptive flexfield attribute columns. There is also information onwhen the currency becomes active and inactive, and the minimumaccountable unit for the currency. You need one row for each currencydefined with Oracle Application Object Library. Oracle ApplicationObject Library uses this information to display dynamic currencyvalues.You can also use this information to assign a currency to a set ofbooks. . .

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_TERRITORIES TERRITORY_CODE ISSUING_TERRITORY_CODE

QuickCodes ColumnsColumn QuickCodes Type QuickCodes Table

CURRENCY_FLAG YES_NO FND_LOOKUPSN NoY Yes

ENABLED_FLAG YES_NO_NEVER FND_LOOKUPSN NoY Yes

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

CURRENCY_CODE (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(15) Currency codeLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnENABLED_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Enabled flagCURRENCY_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Flag to indicate if the

currency is a statistical unitor a currency

DESCRIPTION NULL VARCHAR2(240) DescriptionISSUING_TERRITORY_CODE NULL VARCHAR2(2) The territory code of the

country issuing the currencyPRECISION NULL NUMBER(1) Maximum number of digits to the

right of decimal point

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Column Descriptions (Continued)Name Null? Type Description

EXTENDED_PRECISION NULL NUMBER(2) Extended precisionSYMBOL NULL VARCHAR2(4) The symbol denoting the

currencySTART_DATE_ACTIVE NULL DATE The date when the currency code

becomes activeEND_DATE_ACTIVE NULL DATE The date the currency code

expiresMINIMUM_ACCOUNTABLE_UNIT NULL NUMBER Minimum accountable unit for

the currencyCONTEXT NULL VARCHAR2(80) Attribute category for the

currencyISO_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Flag to indicate whether or not

the currency is defined inISO–4217

ATTRIBUTE1 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE2 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE3 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE4 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE5 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE6 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE7 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE8 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE9 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE10 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE11 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE12 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE13 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE14 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE15 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentGLOBAL_ATTRIBUTE_CATEGORY NULL VARCHAR2(150) Reserved for country–specific

functionalityGLOBAL_ATTRIBUTE1 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Reserved for country–specific

functionalityGLOBAL_ATTRIBUTE2 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Reserved for country–specific

functionalityGLOBAL_ATTRIBUTE3 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Reserved for country–specific

functionalityGLOBAL_ATTRIBUTE4 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Reserved for country–specific

functionalityGLOBAL_ATTRIBUTE5 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Reserved for country–specific

functionalityGLOBAL_ATTRIBUTE6 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Reserved for country–specific

functionalityGLOBAL_ATTRIBUTE7 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Reserved for country–specific

functionalityGLOBAL_ATTRIBUTE8 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Reserved for country–specific

functionalityGLOBAL_ATTRIBUTE9 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Reserved for country–specific

functionalityGLOBAL_ATTRIBUTE10 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Reserved for country–specific

functionalityGLOBAL_ATTRIBUTE11 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Reserved for country–specific

functionalityGLOBAL_ATTRIBUTE12 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Reserved for country–specific

functionalityGLOBAL_ATTRIBUTE13 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Reserved for country–specific

functionalityGLOBAL_ATTRIBUTE14 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Reserved for country–specific

functionality

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Column Descriptions (Continued)Name Null? Type Description

GLOBAL_ATTRIBUTE15 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Reserved for country–specificfunctionality

GLOBAL_ATTRIBUTE16 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Reserved for country–specificfunctionality

GLOBAL_ATTRIBUTE17 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Reserved for country–specificfunctionality

GLOBAL_ATTRIBUTE18 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Reserved for country–specificfunctionality

GLOBAL_ATTRIBUTE19 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Reserved for country–specificfunctionality

GLOBAL_ATTRIBUTE20 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Reserved for country–specificfunctionality

DERIVE_EFFECTIVE NULL DATE The date from which thiscurrency’s value becomesderived from the relatedcurrency. If this value is nullor later than the computationdate, then the other derive_columns are undefined.

DERIVE_TYPE NULL VARCHAR2(8) Indicates whether the currencyhas a special relationship withother currencies. Currently,only EURO (Euro currency), EMU(European Monetary Unioncurrency), and NULL (no specialrelationship) are possiblevalues.

DERIVE_FACTOR NULL NUMBER Multiple applied to the basecurrency to derive thiscurrency. Only used for thederived currency in arelationship.

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_CURRENCIES_N1 NOT UNIQUE 2 DERIVE_TYPEFND_CURRENCIES_U1 UNIQUE 1 CURRENCY_CODE

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_CURRENCIES_TL

FND_CURRENCIES_TL stores translated information about currenciesin each of the installed languages. Each row includes the language theinformation is translated to, the currency name and currency code, andthe description of the currency. You need one row for each currency ineach of the languages installed at your site.

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_CURRENCIES CURRENCY_CODE CURRENCY_CODE

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

CURRENCY_CODE (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(15) Currency codeLANGUAGE (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(4) LanguageNAME NOT NULL VARCHAR2(80) Currency nameCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnDESCRIPTION NULL VARCHAR2(240) DescriptionSOURCE_LANG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(4) The Language the text will

mirror. If text is not yettranslated into LANGUAGE thenany changes to the text in thesource language row will bereflected here as well.

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_CURRENCIES_TL_U1 UNIQUE 1 CURRENCY_CODE2 LANGUAGE

FND_CURRENCIES_TL_U2 UNIQUE 2 NAME4 LANGUAGE

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_DATA_GROUPS

FND_DATA_GROUPS stores information about different data groups.Each row includes a data group identifier, a data group name, and a flagthat indicates if the data group is created during install or upgrade. Youneed one row for each data group that you define using OracleApplication Object Library.

QuickCodes ColumnsColumn QuickCodes Type QuickCodes Table

DEFAULT_GROUP_FLAG YES_NO FND_LOOKUPSN NoY Yes

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

DATA_GROUP_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Data group identifierDATA_GROUP_NAME NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30) Data group nameLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnDEFAULT_GROUP_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Flag to indicate whether this

is an Oracle Applicationdefined data group

DESCRIPTION NULL VARCHAR2(240) Description

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_DATA_GROUPS_U1 UNIQUE 1 DATA_GROUP_IDFND_DATA_GROUPS_U2 UNIQUE 1 DATA_GROUP_NAME

SequencesSequence Derived Column

FND_DATA_GROUPS_S DATA_GROUP_ID

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FND_DATA_GROUP_UNITS

FND_DATA_GROUP_UNITS stores information about ORACLEdatabase accounts associated with various applications under differentdata groups. Each row includes an application (APPLICATION_ID) andORACLE username (ORACLE_ID) pairing. The read only ORACLEusername (READ_ONLY_ORACLE_ID) is only relevant when theORACLE username is used to connect to tools as defined inresponsibilities. You need one row for each application assigned to eachdata group. Oracle Application Object Library uses this information todetermine which ORACLE username to associate a concurrent requestwith when the concurrent request is being submitted from within aresponsibility.

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_DATA_GROUPS DATA_GROUP_ID DATA_GROUP_IDFND_ORACLE_USERID ORACLE_ID ORACLE_ID

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

APPLICATION_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Application identifierDATA_GROUP_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Data group identifierLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnORACLE_ID NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Oracle User identifierDESCRIPTION NULL VARCHAR2(240) Description

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_DATA_GROUP_UNITS_U1 UNIQUE 1 DATA_GROUP_ID2 APPLICATION_ID

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_DEFAULT_CONTEXT_FIELDS

FND_DEFAULT_CONTEXT_FIELDS stores the names of form fieldsthat users can use as reference fields for descriptive flexfields. Each rowincludes the name of a descriptive flexfield, an application identifier, thename of the reference field that has been registered by the applicationdeveloper, and a description of that reference field. You need one rowfor each possible reference field in a form with a descriptive flexfield.Oracle Application Object Library uses this information in the LOV thatan installer uses to define descriptive flexfields. . .

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_DESCRIPTIVE_FLEXS APPLICATION_ID APPLICATION_IDDESCRIPTIVE_FLEXFIELD_NAME DESCRIPTIVE_FLEXFIELD_NAME

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

APPLICATION_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(10) Application identifierDESCRIPTIVE_FLEXFIELD_NAME (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(40) Descriptive flexfield nameDEFAULT_CONTEXT_FIELD_NAME (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(200) Name of reference fieldLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnDESCRIPTION NULL VARCHAR2(240) Description

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_DEFAULT_CONTEXT_FIELDS_U1 UNIQUE 1 APPLICATION_ID2 DESCRIPTIVE_FLEXFIELD_NAME3 DEFAULT_CONTEXT_FIELD_NAME

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_DEFAULT_FOLDERS

FND_DEFAULT_FOLDERS stores information about default folderassignments. Each row includes the name of the object (an objectuniquely identifies the set of fields available in the form) in the folders,the user identifier, and the folder identifier. You need one row for eachfolder that is designated as the default folder.

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_APPLICATION APPLICATION_ID APPLICATION_IDFND_FOLDERS FOLDER_ID FOLDER_IDFND_USER USER_ID USER_ID

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

OBJECT NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30) Folder objectUSER_ID NOT NULL NUMBER User nameFOLDER_ID NOT NULL NUMBER Folder identifierCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NULL NUMBER Standard Who columnAPPLICATION_ID NULL NUMBER Application identifier

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_DEFAULT_FOLDERS_N1 NOT UNIQUE 2 OBJECT4 USER_ID

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_DESCRIPTIVE_FLEXS

FND_DESCRIPTIVE_FLEXS stores setup information about descriptiveflexfields. Each row includes the name of the table that contains thedescriptive flexfield columns, the name and title of the flexfield, theidentifier of the application with which the flexfield is registered,whether the flexfield is currently frozen, whether this is a protecteddescriptive flexfield, the name of the structure defining column for theflexfield (CONTEXT_COLUMN_NAME), and other information abouthow the flexfield is defined. You need one row for each descriptiveflexfield in each application. Oracle Application Object Library uses thisinformation to generate a compiled definition for a descriptive flexfield.

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_APPLICATION APPLICATION_ID APPLICATION_IDFND_TABLES APPLICATION_ID TABLE_APPLICATION_ID

TABLE_NAME APPLICATION_TABLE_NAME

QuickCodes ColumnsColumn QuickCodes Type QuickCodes Table

CONTEXT_REQUIRED_FLAG YES_NO FND_LOOKUPSN NoY Yes

CONTEXT_USER_OVERRIDE_FLAG YES_NO FND_LOOKUPSN NoY Yes

FREEZE_FLEX_DEFINITION_FLAG YES_NO FND_LOOKUPSN NoY Yes

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

APPLICATION_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(10) Application identifierAPPLICATION_TABLE_NAME NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30) Table nameDESCRIPTIVE_FLEXFIELD_NAME (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(40) APPLICATION_TABLE_NAMETABLE_APPLICATION_ID NOT NULL NUMBER(10) Application to which table

belongsLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NULL NUMBER(10) Standard Who columnCONTEXT_REQUIRED_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Flag to indicate whether the

descriptive flexfield requiresa reference field

CONTEXT_COLUMN_NAME NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30) The name of the structuredefining column for theflexfield

CONTEXT_USER_OVERRIDE_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Flag to indicate if users canoverride the value in thereference field

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Column Descriptions (Continued)Name Null? Type Description

CONCATENATED_SEGMENT_DELIMITER NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) The delimiter used to separatedifferent segment values in theconcatenated value

FREEZE_FLEX_DEFINITION_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Flag to indicate if thedescriptive flexfield is frozen

PROTECTED_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Flag to indicate whether thisis a protected descriptiveflexfield

DEFAULT_CONTEXT_FIELD_NAME NULL VARCHAR2(200) The name of the reference fieldDEFAULT_CONTEXT_VALUE NULL VARCHAR2(30) The default value for the

reference field

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_DESCRIPTIVE_FLEXS_N1 NOT UNIQUE 1 TABLE_APPLICATION_ID2 APPLICATION_TABLE_NAME

FND_DESCRIPTIVE_FLEXS_U1 UNIQUE 1 APPLICATION_ID2 DESCRIPTIVE_FLEXFIELD_NAME

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_DESCRIPTIVE_FLEXS_TL

FND_DESCRIPTIVE_FLEXS_TL stores translated setup informationabout descriptive flexfields. Each row includes the name and title of thedescriptive flexfield, the reference field prompt, and the identifier of theapplication with which the flexfield is registered. Each row alsoincludes the language code representing the language this information isin. You need one row for each descriptive flexfield in each of theinstalled languages.

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_DESCRIPTIVE_FLEXS APPLICATION_ID APPLICATION_IDDESCRIPTIVE_FLEXFIELD_NAME DESCRIPTIVE_FLEXFIELD_NAME

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

APPLICATION_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(10) Application identifierDESCRIPTIVE_FLEXFIELD_NAME (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(40) Descriptive flexfield nameLANGUAGE (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(4) LanguageTITLE NOT NULL VARCHAR2(60) Descriptive flexfield titleLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NULL NUMBER(10) Standard Who columnFORM_CONTEXT_PROMPT NOT NULL VARCHAR2(45) Reference field promptSOURCE_LANG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(4) The Language the text will

mirror. If text is not yettranslated into LANGUAGE thenany changes to the text in thesource language row will bereflected here as well.

DESCRIPTION NULL VARCHAR2(240) Description

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_DESCRIPTIVE_FLEXS_TL_U1 UNIQUE 1 APPLICATION_ID2 DESCRIPTIVE_FLEXFIELD_NAME3 LANGUAGE

FND_DESCRIPTIVE_FLEXS_TL_U2 UNIQUE 1 APPLICATION_ID2 TITLE3 LANGUAGE

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_DESCR_FLEX_COLUMN_USAGES

FND_DESCR_FLEX_COLUMN_USAGES stores the correspondencesbetween application table columns and the descriptive flexfieldsegments. Each row includes an application identifier, the name of adescriptive flexfield, and a column name. The context field value, alsoknown as the structure name, is inDESCRIPTIVE_FLEX_CONTEXT_CODE. Each row also includes thesegment name (END_USER_COLUMN_NAME), the displayinformation about the segment such as prompts, display size, type ofdefault value, whether the segment is required or not, whether thesegment is part of a high, low segment pair, whether security is enabledfor the segment, whether to display the segment or not, and the valueset the segment uses. You need one row for each segment for eachcontext value (structure), including global data element segments, foreach descriptive flexfield of each application. Oracle Application ObjectLibrary uses this information to create a compiled descriptive flexfielddefinition to store in the FND_COMPILED_DESCRIPTIVE_FLEXS table.. .

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_DESCR_FLEX_CONTEXTS DESCRIPTIVE_FLEX_CONTEXT_CODE DESCRIPTIVE_FLEX_CONTEXT_CODEAPPLICATION_ID APPLICATION_IDDESCRIPTIVE_FLEXFIELD_NAME DESCRIPTIVE_FLEXFIELD_NAME

FND_FLEX_VALUE_SETS FLEX_VALUE_SET_ID FLEX_VALUE_SET_ID

QuickCodes ColumnsColumn QuickCodes Type QuickCodes Table

DEFAULT_TYPE FLEX_DEFAULT_TYPE FND_LOOKUPSC ConstantD Current DateF FieldP ProfileS SQL StatementT Current Times Segment

DISPLAY_FLAG YES_NO FND_LOOKUPSN NoY Yes

ENABLED_FLAG YES_NO FND_LOOKUPSN NoY Yes

RANGE_CODE RANGE_CODES FND_LOOKUPSH HighL LowP Pair

REQUIRED_FLAG YES_NO FND_LOOKUPSN No

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QuickCodes Columns (Continued)Column QuickCodes Type QuickCodes Table

Y Yes

SECURITY_ENABLED_FLAG YES_NO FND_LOOKUPSN NoY Yes

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

APPLICATION_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(10) Application identifierDESCRIPTIVE_FLEXFIELD_NAME (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(40) Descriptive flexfield nameDESCRIPTIVE_FLEX_CONTEXT_CODE (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30) Descriptive flexfield structure

nameAPPLICATION_COLUMN_NAME (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30) Column nameEND_USER_COLUMN_NAME NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30) The segment nameLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnCOLUMN_SEQ_NUM NOT NULL NUMBER(3) The corresponding segment

number for the columnENABLED_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Flag to indicate if the

descriptive flexfield segmentis enabled

REQUIRED_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Flag to indicate whether avalue must be entered for thissegment

SECURITY_ENABLED_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Flag to tell if security isenabled for this segment

DISPLAY_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Flag to indicate whether todisplay the segment

DISPLAY_SIZE NOT NULL NUMBER(3) The display size for thesegment

MAXIMUM_DESCRIPTION_LEN NOT NULL NUMBER(3) The maximum size of the segmentvalue description in flexfieldwindow

CONCATENATION_DESCRIPTION_LEN NOT NULL NUMBER(3) The number of characters in thesegment value description

FLEX_VALUE_SET_ID NULL NUMBER(10) Flexfield value set identifierRANGE_CODE NULL VARCHAR2(1) Code to indicate if this

segment is a High or Lowsegment

DEFAULT_TYPE NULL VARCHAR2(1) The type of the default valueDEFAULT_VALUE NULL VARCHAR2(2000) The default value for the

segmentSRW_PARAM NULL VARCHAR2(30) The name of the Oracle Reports

report parameter

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_DESCR_FLEX_COL_USAGES_U1 UNIQUE 1 APPLICATION_ID2 DESCRIPTIVE_FLEXFIELD_NAME3 DESCRIPTIVE_FLEX_CONTEXT_CODE4 APPLICATION_COLUMN_NAME

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Indexes (Continued)Index Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_DESCR_FLEX_COL_USAGES_U2 UNIQUE 1 APPLICATION_ID2 DESCRIPTIVE_FLEXFIELD_NAME3 DESCRIPTIVE_FLEX_CONTEXT_CODE4 END_USER_COLUMN_NAME

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_DESCR_FLEX_COL_USAGE_TL

FND_DESCR_FLEX_COL_USAGE_TL stores the correspondencesbetween application table columns and descriptive flexfield segments.Each row includes an application identifier, the name of the descriptiveflexfield, the corresponding table column name, the context field value(also know as structure name), and display prompts for the segments.Each row also includes the language the information is in. You need onerow for every segment for each context value (structure), including theglobal data element segments, of all the existing descriptive flexfields ineach of the installed languages.

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_DESCR_FLEX_COLUMN_USAGES APPLICATION_ID APPLICATION_IDDESCRIPTIVE_FLEXFIELD_NAME DESCRIPTIVE_FLEXFIELD_NAMEDESCRIPTIVE_FLEX_CONTEXT_CODE DESCRIPTIVE_FLEX_CONTEXT_CODEAPPLICATION_COLUMN_NAME APPLICATION_COLUMN_NAME

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

APPLICATION_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(10) Application identifierDESCRIPTIVE_FLEXFIELD_NAME (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(40) Descriptive flexfield nameDESCRIPTIVE_FLEX_CONTEXT_CODE (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30) Descriptive flexfield structure

nameAPPLICATION_COLUMN_NAME (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30) Column nameLANGUAGE (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(4) LanguageLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NULL NUMBER(10) Standard Who columnFORM_LEFT_PROMPT NOT NULL VARCHAR2(80) The left prompt for the segment

in the flexfield windowFORM_ABOVE_PROMPT NOT NULL VARCHAR2(80) The above prompt for the

segment in the flexfield windowDESCRIPTION NULL VARCHAR2(240) DescriptionSOURCE_LANG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(4) The Language the text will

mirror. If text is not yettranslated into LANGUAGE thenany changes to the text in thesource language row will bereflected here as well.

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_DESCR_FLEX_COL_USAGE_TL_N1 NOT UNIQUE 2 FORM_LEFT_PROMPT3 FORM_ABOVE_PROMPT5 LANGUAGE

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Indexes (Continued)Index Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_DESCR_FLEX_COL_USAGE_TL_U1 UNIQUE 1 APPLICATION_ID2 DESCRIPTIVE_FLEXFIELD_NAME3 DESCRIPTIVE_FLEX_CONTEXT_CODE4 APPLICATION_COLUMN_NAME5 LANGUAGE

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_DESCR_FLEX_CONTEXTS

FND_DESCR_FLEX_CONTEXTS stores context field values (also knownas structure names) for descriptive flexfields. Each row includes thename of the descriptive flexfield, the application identifier, the contextfield value (DESCRIPTIVE_FLEX_CONTEXT_CODE), its description,an enabled flag, and a flag (Y or N) that tells whether this context fieldvalue identifies a global segment structure. You need one row for eachcontext field value (structure) for each descriptive flexfield in eachapplication. Oracle Application Object Library uses this informationboth as LOV validation information for the contents of the contextreference field, and to identify which segments belong to a particularstructure.

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_DESCRIPTIVE_FLEXS APPLICATION_ID APPLICATION_IDDESCRIPTIVE_FLEXFIELD_NAME DESCRIPTIVE_FLEXFIELD_NAME

QuickCodes ColumnsColumn QuickCodes Type QuickCodes Table

ENABLED_FLAG YES_NO FND_LOOKUPSN NoY Yes

GLOBAL_FLAG YES_NO FND_LOOKUPSN NoY Yes

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

APPLICATION_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(10) Application identifierDESCRIPTIVE_FLEXFIELD_NAME (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(40) Descriptive flexfield nameDESCRIPTIVE_FLEX_CONTEXT_CODE (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30) The context field valueLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnENABLED_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Enabled flagGLOBAL_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Flag to indicate whether the

context field value identifiesa global segment structure

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_DESCR_FLEX_CONTEXTS_U1 UNIQUE 1 APPLICATION_ID2 DESCRIPTIVE_FLEXFIELD_NAME3 DESCRIPTIVE_FLEX_CONTEXT_CODE

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Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_DESCR_FLEX_CONTEXTS_TL

FND_DESCR_FLEX_CONTEXTS_TL stores context field values (alsoknown as structure names) for descriptive flexfields in each of theinstalled languages. Each row includes the application identifier, thedescriptive flexfield name, and the context field value. Each row alsoincludes a description of the context field value and the language codeindicating what language the information is in. You need one row foreach context field value for every descriptive flexfield in each of theinstalled languages.

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_DESCR_FLEX_CONTEXTS APPLICATION_ID APPLICATION_IDDESCRIPTIVE_FLEXFIELD_NAME DESCRIPTIVE_FLEXFIELD_NAMEDESCRIPTIVE_FLEX_CONTEXT_CODE DESCRIPTIVE_FLEX_CONTEXT_CODE

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

APPLICATION_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(10) Application identifierDESCRIPTIVE_FLEXFIELD_NAME (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(40) Descriptive flexfield nameDESCRIPTIVE_FLEX_CONTEXT_CODE (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30) The context field valueLANGUAGE (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(4) LanguageLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NULL NUMBER(10) Standard Who columnDESCRIPTION NULL VARCHAR2(240) DescriptionDESCRIPTIVE_FLEX_CONTEXT_NAME NOT NULL VARCHAR2(80) Translatable name for the

contextSOURCE_LANG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(4) The Language the text will

mirror. If text is not yettranslated into LANGUAGE thenany changes to the text in thesource language row will bereflected here as well.

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_DESCR_FLEX_CONTEXTS_TL_N1 NOT UNIQUE 1 DESCRIPTIVE_FLEX_CONTEXT_NAME3 LANGUAGE

FND_DESCR_FLEX_CONTEXTS_TL_U1 UNIQUE 1 APPLICATION_ID2 DESCRIPTIVE_FLEXFIELD_NAME3 DESCRIPTIVE_FLEX_CONTEXT_CODE4 LANGUAGE

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_DESKTOP_OBJECTS

FND_DESKTOP_OBJECTS stores the Icon associated with an objectused to place documents on the Navigator.

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

OBJECT_NAME NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30) Developer name of the objectICON_NAME NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30) Name of Icon associated with

objectLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who column

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_DESKTOP_OBJECTS_U1 UNIQUE 2 OBJECT_NAME

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_DM_FUNCTIONS

FND_DM_FUNCTIONS stores information about the functions that aresupported through Oracle Applications Object Library Open Interface.There will be one row in this table for each function that is supported inAOL’s document management open API.

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

FUNCTION_ID NOT NULL NUMBER Function identifierFUNCTION_NAME NOT NULL VARCHAR2(80) Function nameSEQUENCE NULL NUMBER The order in which the function

should be displayed whenpresented to the user. ”1” isfirst, ”100N” is last.

NEW_DOCUMENT_FUNCTION NULL VARCHAR2(1) Flag (Y|N) that indicateswhether the function isavailable only when a newdocument is being created

EXISTING_DOCUMENT_FUNCTION NULL VARCHAR2(1) Flag (Y|N) that indicateswhether the function isavailable only when a documenthas already been declared

RESOURCE_NAME NULL VARCHAR2(30) Name of function as it isstored in the wf_resourcestable.

ICON_NAME NULL VARCHAR2(30) File name of icon thatrepresents the function

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_DM_FUNCTIONS_U1 UNIQUE 5 FUNCTION_IDFND_DM_FUNCTIONS_U2 UNIQUE 5 FUNCTION_NAME

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_DM_FUNCTION_PARAMETERS

FND_DM_FUNCTION_PARAMETERS stores information about thepossible parameters for all Document Management (DM) products thatare supported for a given DM function. There is one row in this tablefor each function parameter that is accepted for a given function inoracle Applications Object Library document management open API.Each row contains the parameter name and identifier, and the identifierof the function to which the parameter belongs.

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_DM_FUNCTIONS FUNCTION_ID FUNCTION_ID

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

PARAMETER_ID NOT NULL NUMBER Parameter identifierPARAMETER_NAME NOT NULL VARCHAR2(80) Name of parameterFUNCTION_ID NOT NULL NUMBER Identifier for DM function that

the parameter relates to

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_DM_FUNCTION_PARAMETERS_U1 UNIQUE 5 PARAMETER_IDFND_DM_FUNCTION_PARAMETERS_U2 UNIQUE 7 FUNCTION_ID

9 PARAMETER_NAME

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_DM_NODES

FND_DM_NODES stores information about the physical node locationof each Document Management (DM) system product. Each rowcontains the name and description of the node, and the physicalURLlink information for the node in the form’protocol://server:port/’.The row also contains the product identifier,from FND_DM_PRODUCTS, of the DM system software located at thatnode. Your document management server community may consist ofsingle server node with a single DM software installation on that server.Amore common scenario will be a DM community with multiple servernodes with a single DM software installation on each server. .OracleApplications Object Library uses this information to prompt theapplications user for the document management system that should beutilized when any document management function is invoked by theuser in an environment where multiple DM nodes have been defined.The list of available nodes will be presented as a list of URL links. Thecomposition for those links will be the syntax for the physicalconnection to the node, from this table, appendedwith the functionname and parameter syntax required to execute the particular DMFunction that was selected.

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_DM_PRODUCTS PRODUCT_ID PRODUCT_ID

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

NODE_ID NOT NULL NUMBER Document manager system nodeidentifier

NODE_NAME NOT NULL VARCHAR2(80) Logical name for documentmanager system node

PRODUCT_ID NOT NULL NUMBER Identifier for the DocumentManager software vendor andproduct version that isinstalled on this node (FK tofnd_dm_products.product_id)

CONNECT_SYNTAX NOT NULL VARCHAR2(240) Physical’protocol://server:port/’ URLconnection information.Thissyntax will prefix the functionnames and parameters requiredto execute the documentmanagement system specificfunctions.

NODE_DESCRIPTION NULL VARCHAR2(240) Node description

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

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IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_DM_NODES_U1 UNIQUE 5 NODE_ID

Indexes (Continued)Index Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_DM_NODES_U2 UNIQUE 5 NODE_NAME

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_DM_PRODUCTS

FND_DM_PRODUCTS stores information about the DocumentManagement software products that are supported by OracleApplications Object Library through its OpenInterface. Each rowcontains the name, vendor and version of the DM softwareproduct.Different versions of the same product can be supported withina single DMcommunity by having a separate row in this table for eachversion.

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

PRODUCT_ID NOT NULL NUMBER Identifier for the DocumentManagement software product

PRODUCT_NAME NOT NULL VARCHAR2(80) Name of document managementsystem product

VENDOR_NAME NOT NULL VARCHAR2(80) Name of software vendor whocreated the product

VERSION NULL VARCHAR2(20) Version of the software that issupported

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_DM_PRODUCTS_U1 UNIQUE 5 PRODUCT_ID

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_DM_PRODUCT_FUNCTION_SYNTAX

FND_DM_PRODUCT_FUNCTION_SYNTAX stores information aboutthe URL syntax for a given Document Management (DM) function foreach DM product. Each row includes the name of the function, thename of the product that implements the function, and the URL syntaxfor the function. If a particular vendor does not support a particularDM function then there will be no row in this table for that particularcombination. The URL syntax is only for the function name and not anyof the function parameters. .

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_DM_FUNCTIONS FUNCTION_ID FUNCTION_IDFND_DM_PRODUCTS PRODUCT_ID PRODUCT_ID

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

PRODUCT_FUNCTION_ID NOT NULL NUMBER Identifier for a function for aspecific product

PRODUCT_ID NOT NULL NUMBER Identifier for documentmanagement product thatimplements the function

FUNCTION_ID NOT NULL NUMBER Function identifierFUNCTION_SYNTAX NOT NULL VARCHAR2(4000) URL function syntax required by

the DM product

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_DM_PROD_FUNCTION_SYNTAX_U1 UNIQUE 5 PRODUCT_FUNCTION_ID

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_DM_PRODUCT_PARM_SYNTAX

FND_DM_PRODUCT_PARM_SYNTAX stores information about theURL syntaxes for function parameters of document management (DM)system products. Each row includes the identifier for a parameter andthe parameter’s syntax and format mask. Each row also includes theidentifier of the function–product combination. If a particular vendorimplementation of particular function does not require a parameter thenthere will not be a row in this table for that particular combination. Theformat mask is necessary if there are string or date parameters that needto be in a particular format. .

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_DM_FUNCTION_PARAMETERS PARAMETER_ID PARAMETER_IDFND_DM_PRODUCT_FUNCTION_SYNTAX PRODUCT_FUNCTION_ID PRODUCT_FUNCTION_ID

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

PRODUCT_PARAMETER_ID NOT NULL NUMBER Product parameter identifierPRODUCT_FUNCTION_ID NOT NULL NUMBER Identifier for product–function

combinationPARAMETER_ID NOT NULL NUMBER Parameter identifierPARAMETER_SYNTAX NOT NULL VARCHAR2(240) URL parameter syntax for the

function in the productFORMAT NULL VARCHAR2(40) Format mask for the URL

parameter component

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_DM_PRODUCT_PARM_SYNTAX_U1 UNIQUE 5 PRODUCT_PARAMETER_ID

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_DOCUMENTS

FND_DOCUMENTS stores language–independent information about adocument. For example, each row contains a document identifier, acategory identifier, the method of security used for the document(SECURITY_TYPE, where 1=Organization, 2=Set of Books, 3=Businessunit, 4=None), the period in which the document is active, and a flag toindicate whether or not the document can be shared outside of thesecurity type (PUBLISH_FLAG). Other specifications in this tableinclude: datatype (DATATYPE_ID, where 1=short text, 2=long text,3=image, 4=OLE object), image type, and storage type(STORAGE_TYPE, where 1=stored in the database, 2=stored in the filesystem).

The document can be referenced by many application entities andchanged only in the define document form (USAGE_TYPE=S); it can beused as a fill–in–the–blanks document, where each time you use atemplate, you make a copy of it (USAGE_TYPE=T); or it can be usedonly one time (USAGE_TYPE=O). Images and OLE Objects cannot beused as templates.

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_CONCURRENT_PROGRAMS APPLICATION_ID PROGRAM_APPLICATION_IDCONCURRENT_PROGRAM_ID PROGRAM_ID

FND_CONCURRENT_REQUESTS REQUEST_ID REQUEST_IDFND_DOCUMENT_CATEGORIES CATEGORY_ID CATEGORY_ID

QuickCodes ColumnsColumn QuickCodes Type QuickCodes Table

PUBLISH_FLAG YES_NO FND_LOOKUPSN NoY Yes

USAGE_TYPE ATCHMT_DOCUMENT_TYPE FND_LOOKUPSO One–TimeS StandardT Template

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

DOCUMENT_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER Document identifierCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NULL NUMBER Standard Who columnDATATYPE_ID NOT NULL NUMBER Datatype identifierCATEGORY_ID NOT NULL NUMBER Unique identifier sourced from

the FND_DOCUMENT_CATEGORIES_Ssequence

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Column Descriptions (Continued)Name Null? Type Description

SECURITY_TYPE NOT NULL NUMBER Method of security used for thedocument

SECURITY_ID NULL NUMBER ID associated with the securitytype (if security_type 4)

PUBLISH_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) A flag that determines if adocument is shared outside it’ssecurity type

IMAGE_TYPE NULL VARCHAR2(10) Image formatSTORAGE_TYPE NULL NUMBER Indicates whether the document

is stored in the database or inthe file system

USAGE_TYPE NULL VARCHAR2(1) Indicator of how the documentcan be used

START_DATE_ACTIVE NULL DATE Date on which the document isavailable for use

END_DATE_ACTIVE NULL DATE Date on which the document isno longer available for use

REQUEST_ID NULL NUMBER Request identifierPROGRAM_APPLICATION_ID NULL NUMBER Program application identifierPROGRAM_ID NULL NUMBER Program identifierPROGRAM_UPDATE_DATE NULL DATE Last update date of this recordAPP_SOURCE_VERSION NULL VARCHAR2(255) Column to ensure R10 to 10sc

compatability

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_DOCUMENTS_U1 UNIQUE 1 DOCUMENT_ID

SequencesSequence Derived Column

FND_DOCUMENTS_S DOCUMENT_ID

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FND_DOCUMENTS_LONG_RAW

FND_DOCUMENTS_LONG_RAW stores images and OLE Objects, suchas Word Documents and Excel spreadsheets, in the database. If the userelects to link an OLE Object to the document, this table stores theinformation necessary for Oracle Forms to activate the OLE server, andit saves a bit–mapped image of the OLE server’s contents. If the userdoes not elect to link an OLE Object, the entire document will be storedin this table.

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

MEDIA_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER Media identifierLONG_RAW NULL LONG RAW Image or OLE object

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_DOCUMENTS_LONG_RAW_U1 UNIQUE 1 MEDIA_ID

SequencesSequence Derived Column

FND_DOCUMENTS_LONG_RAW_S MEDIA_ID

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FND_DOCUMENTS_LONG_TEXT

FND_DOCUMENTS_LONG_TEXT stores information about long textdocuments.

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

MEDIA_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER Media identifierLONG_TEXT NULL LONG Long textAPP_SOURCE_VERSION NULL VARCHAR2(255) Column to ensure R10 to 10sc

compatability

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_DOCUMENTS_LONG_TEXT_U1 UNIQUE 1 MEDIA_ID

SequencesSequence Derived Column

FND_DOCUMENTS_LONG_TEXT_S MEDIA_ID

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FND_DOCUMENTS_SHORT_TEXT

FND_DOCUMENTS_SHORT_TEXT stores information about short textdocuments.

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

MEDIA_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER Media identifierSHORT_TEXT NOT NULL VARCHAR2(2000) Short textAPP_SOURCE_VERSION NULL VARCHAR2(255) Column to ensure R10 to 10sc

compatability

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_DOCUMENTS_SHORT_TEXT_U1 UNIQUE 1 MEDIA_ID

SequencesSequence Derived Column

FND_DOCUMENTS_SHORT_TEXT_S MEDIA_ID

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FND_DOCUMENTS_TL

FND_DOCUMENTS_TL stores translated information about thedocuments in FND_DOCUMENTS. Each row includes the documentidentifier, the language the row is translated to, the description of thedocument, the file in which the image is stored, and an identifier(MEDIA_ID) of the sub–table in which the document is saved(FND_DOCUMENTS_SHORT_TEXT,FND_DOCUMENTS_LONG_TEXT, orFND_DOCUMENTS_LONG_RAW).

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_DOCUMENTS DOCUMENT_ID DOCUMENT_IDFND_DOCUMENTS_LONG_RAW MEDIA_ID MEDIA_IDFND_DOCUMENTS_LONG_TEXT MEDIA_ID MEDIA_IDFND_DOCUMENTS_SHORT_TEXT MEDIA_ID MEDIA_IDFND_LANGUAGES LANGUAGE_CODE LANGUAGE

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

DOCUMENT_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER Document identifierCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NULL NUMBER Standard Who columnLANGUAGE (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(4) Language of the current recordDESCRIPTION NULL VARCHAR2(255) Document descriptionSHORT_TEXT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Obsolete columnFILE_NAME NULL VARCHAR2(255) File name of the documentMEDIA_ID NULL NUMBER Identifier of the sub–table in

which the document is storedREQUEST_ID NULL NUMBER Request identifierPROGRAM_APPLICATION_ID NULL NUMBER Program application identifierPROGRAM_ID NULL NUMBER Program identifierPROGRAM_UPDATE_DATE NULL DATE Last update date of this recordDOC_ATTRIBUTE_CATEGORY NULL VARCHAR2(30) Attribute categoryDOC_ATTRIBUTE1 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentDOC_ATTRIBUTE2 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentDOC_ATTRIBUTE3 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentDOC_ATTRIBUTE4 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentDOC_ATTRIBUTE5 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentDOC_ATTRIBUTE6 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentDOC_ATTRIBUTE7 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentDOC_ATTRIBUTE8 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentDOC_ATTRIBUTE9 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentDOC_ATTRIBUTE10 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentDOC_ATTRIBUTE11 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentDOC_ATTRIBUTE12 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentDOC_ATTRIBUTE13 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentDOC_ATTRIBUTE14 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentDOC_ATTRIBUTE15 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segment

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Column Descriptions (Continued)Name Null? Type Description

APP_SOURCE_VERSION NULL VARCHAR2(255) Column to ensure R10 to 10sccompatability

SOURCE_LANG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(4) The Language the text willmirror. If text is not yettranslated into LANGUAGE thenany changes to the text in thesource language row will bereflected here as well.

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_DOCUMENTS_TL_N1 NOT UNIQUE 1 DESCRIPTIONFND_DOCUMENTS_TL_N2 NOT UNIQUE 1 MEDIA_IDFND_DOCUMENTS_TL_U1 UNIQUE 1 DOCUMENT_ID

3 LANGUAGE

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_DOCUMENT_CATEGORIES

FND_DOCUMENT_CATEGORIES stores information about thecategories in which documents are classified. For example, documentsmay be considered ”Bill of Material Comments”, ”WIP Job Comments”,etc. Document categories are used to provide a measure of security ondocuments. Each form that enables the attachment feature lists whichcategories of documents can be viewed in the form. This table uses a”duplicate record” model for handling multi–lingual needs. That is, foreach category there will be one record with the same CATEGORY_IDand CATEGORY_NAME for each language.

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_APPLICATION APPLICATION_ID APPLICATION_ID

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

CATEGORY_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER Unique identifier sourced fromthe FND_DOCUMENTS_CATEGORIES_Ssequence

APPLICATION_ID NULL NUMBER ID of the application that’owns’ the category

CREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NULL NUMBER Standard Who columnNAME NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30) Developer name for the categorySTART_DATE_ACTIVE NULL DATE Date on which the current

category is available for use(a null value indicates thecategory is availableimmediately)

END_DATE_ACTIVE NULL DATE Date on which the currentcategory is no longer availablefor use (a null value indicatesthe category is availableindefinitely)

ATTRIBUTE_CATEGORY NULL VARCHAR2(30) Attribute categoryATTRIBUTE1 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE2 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE3 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE4 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE5 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE6 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE7 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE8 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE9 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE10 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE11 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE12 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE13 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE14 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE15 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segment

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Column Descriptions (Continued)Name Null? Type Description

DEFAULT_DATATYPE_ID NULL NUMBER Default datatype identifier

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_DOCUMENT_CATEGORIES_U1 UNIQUE 1 CATEGORY_IDFND_DOCUMENT_CATEGORIES_U2 UNIQUE 2 NAME

SequencesSequence Derived Column

FND_DOCUMENT_CATEGORIES_S CATEGORY_ID

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FND_DOCUMENT_CATEGORIES_TL

Translation table for FND_DOCUMENT_CATEGORIES. It contains onerecord per installed language. The translated column is the user_namecolumn.

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_DOCUMENT_CATEGORIES CATEGORY_ID CATEGORY_ID

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

CATEGORY_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER Unique identifier sourced fromthe FND_DOCUMENTS_CATEGORIES_Ssequence

LANGUAGE (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(4) Language of the current recordNAME NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30) Developer name for the categoryUSER_NAME NOT NULL VARCHAR2(255) Username for the category

(language–dependent)CREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NULL NUMBER Standard Who columnAPP_SOURCE_VERSION NULL VARCHAR2(255) Column to ensure R10 to 10sc

compatabilitySOURCE_LANG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(4) The Language the text will

mirror. If text is not yettranslated into LANGUAGE thenany changes to the text in thesource language row will bereflected here as well.

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_DOCUMENT_CATEGORIES_TL_U1 UNIQUE 1 CATEGORY_ID2 LANGUAGE

FND_DOCUMENT_CATEGORIES_TL_U2 UNIQUE 1 USER_NAME2 LANGUAGE

FND_DOCUMENT_CATEGORIES_TL_U3 UNIQUE 2 NAME4 LANGUAGE

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_DOCUMENT_DATATYPES

FND_DOCUMENT_DATATYPES stores the document datatypes thatare supported. Initial values are: short text, long text, image, and OLEObject (DATATYPE_ID=1, 2, 3, or 4). Customers can add datatypes tohandle documents stored outside of Oracle and use non–native Formsapplications to view/edit their documents. The table uses a ”duplicaterecord” model for handling multi–lingual needs. That is, for eachcategory there will be one record with the same CATEGORY_ID andCATEGORY_NAME for each language.

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_LANGUAGES LANGUAGE_CODE LANGUAGE

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

DATATYPE_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER Datatype identifierLANGUAGE (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30) Language of the current recordNAME NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30) Developer name for the datatypeUSER_NAME NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30) Username for the datatype

(language specific)CREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NULL NUMBER Standard Who columnSTART_DATE_ACTIVE NULL DATE Date on which the current

category is available for use;a null value indicates thecategory is availableimmediately (DATATYPE_IDs 1–4must always be available)

END_DATE_ACTIVE NULL DATE Date on which the currentcategory is no longer availablefor use; a null value indicatesthe category is availableindefinitely (DATATYPE_IDs 1–4must always be available)

SOURCE_LANG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(4) The Language the text willmirror. If text is not yettranslated into LANGUAGE thenany changes to the text in thesource language row will bereflected here as well.

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_DOCUMENT_DATATYPES_U1 UNIQUE 1 DATATYPE_ID3 LANGUAGE5 NAME

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Indexes (Continued)Index Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_DOCUMENT_DATATYPES_U2 UNIQUE 1 DATATYPE_ID2 LANGUAGE25 USER_NAME

SequencesSequence Derived Column

FND_DOCUMENT_DATATYPES_S DATATYPE_ID

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FND_DOCUMENT_ENTITIES

FND_DOCUMENT_ENTITIES lists each entity to which attachmentscan be linked. For example, attachments can be linked to Items, SalesOrders, etc. Since the table uses a ”duplicate record” model forhandling multi–lingual needs, for each document entity there will beone record with the same DOCUMENT_ENTITY_ID andDATA_OBJECT_CODE for each language.

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_APPLICATION APPLICATION_ID APPLICATION_ID

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

DOCUMENT_ENTITY_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER Document entity identifierDATA_OBJECT_CODE NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30) Developer key for the tableAPPLICATION_ID NOT NULL NUMBER Application ID of the entity’s

”owner”TABLE_NAME NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30) Database table nameENTITY_NAME NULL VARCHAR2(40) Name of the entity stored in

the database tableCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NULL NUMBER Standard Who columnPK1_COLUMN NULL VARCHAR2(30) Part of the entity’s primary

keyPK2_COLUMN NULL VARCHAR2(30) Part of the entity’s primary

keyPK3_COLUMN NULL VARCHAR2(30) Part of the entity’s primary

keyPK4_COLUMN NULL VARCHAR2(30) Part of the entity’s primary

keyPK5_COLUMN NULL VARCHAR2(30) Part of the entity’s primary

key

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_DOCUMENT_ENTITIES_U1 UNIQUE 1 DOCUMENT_ENTITY_IDFND_DOCUMENT_ENTITIES_U2 UNIQUE 1 DATA_OBJECT_CODE

SequencesSequence Derived Column

FND_DOCUMENT_ENTITIES_S DOCUMENT_ENTITY_ID

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FND_DOCUMENT_ENTITIES_TL

Translation table for FND_DOCUMENT_ENTITIES. It contains onerecord per installed language. The translated columns are:user_entity_name and user_entity_prompt.

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_DOCUMENT_ENTITIES DOCUMENT_ENTITY_ID DOCUMENT_ENTITY_ID

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

DOCUMENT_ENTITY_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER Document entity identifierDATA_OBJECT_CODE NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30) Developer key for the tableLANGUAGE (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(4) Language of the current recordUSER_ENTITY_NAME NOT NULL VARCHAR2(240) Username from the entityUSER_ENTITY_PROMPT NOT NULL VARCHAR2(40) Username for an instance of the

entityCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NULL NUMBER Standard Who columnSOURCE_LANG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(4) The Language the text will

mirror. If text is not yettranslated into LANGUAGE thenany changes to the text in thesource language row will bereflected here as well.

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_DOCUMENT_ENTITIES_TL_U1 UNIQUE 1 DATA_OBJECT_CODE2 LANGUAGE

FND_DOCUMENT_ENTITIES_TL_U2 UNIQUE 1 USER_ENTITY_NAME2 LANGUAGE

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_DOCUMENT_SEQUENCES

FND_DOCUMENT_SEQUENCES stores information about documentsequences. Each row includes a document sequence identifier, anapplication identifier, the name of the document sequence, the periodduring which the document sequence is active, and a flag specifyingwhether the document sequence should be automatically or manuallyassigned numbers. Each row also includes the actual name of thesequence in the database, the initial value of the document sequence, thename of the audit table, the name of the database table to sequence, anda flag to specify whether to display a message informing the user of thesequence name and value for the document using this sequence. Youneed one row for each document sequence defined with OracleApplication Object Library.

QuickCodes ColumnsColumn QuickCodes Type QuickCodes Table

MESSAGE_FLAG YES_NO FND_LOOKUPSN NoY Yes

TYPE SEQUENCE_METHOD FND_LOOKUPSA Automatic NumberingG Gapless NumberingM Manual NumberingU Automatic Numbering by User

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

DOC_SEQUENCE_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER Document sequence identifierNAME NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30) Name of document sequenceLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnAPPLICATION_ID NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Application identifierAUDIT_TABLE_NAME NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30) Name of the audit tableMESSAGE_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Flag indicating whether to

display a message on the statusline with the document sequencename and value

START_DATE NOT NULL DATE The date when the documentsequence becomes active

TYPE NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Document sequence type (eitherAutomatic or Manaul)

DB_SEQUENCE_NAME NULL VARCHAR2(30) The name of the documentsequence in the database

END_DATE NULL DATE The date when the documentsequence becomes inactive

INITIAL_VALUE NULL NUMBER Initial value of the documentsequence

TABLE_NAME NULL VARCHAR2(30) Table nameATTRIBUTE_CATEGORY NULL VARCHAR2(30) Attribute category

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Column Descriptions (Continued)Name Null? Type Description

ATTRIBUTE1 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE2 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE3 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE4 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE5 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE6 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE7 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE8 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE9 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE10 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE11 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE12 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE13 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE14 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE15 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segment

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_DOCUMENT_SEQUENCES_U1 UNIQUE 1 DOC_SEQUENCE_IDFND_DOCUMENT_SEQUENCES_U2 UNIQUE 1 NAME

SequencesSequence Derived Column

FND_DOCUMENT_SEQUENCES_S DOC_SEQUENCE_ID

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FND_DOC_CATEGORY_USAGES

FND_DOC_CATEGORY_USAGES stores the relationships betweencategories and forms or form functions. ENABLED_FLAG=Y ifcategory is enabled for the form/function and vice versa.

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_ATTACHMENT_FUNCTIONS ATTACHMENT_FUNCTION_ID ATTACHMENT_FUNCTION_IDFND_DOCUMENT_CATEGORIES CATEGORY_ID CATEGORY_ID

QuickCodes ColumnsColumn QuickCodes Type QuickCodes Table

ENABLED_FLAG YES_NO FND_LOOKUPSN NoY Yes

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

DOC_CATEGORY_USAGE_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER Unique identifierCATEGORY_ID NOT NULL NUMBER Unique identifier sourced from

the FND_DOCUMENTS_CATEGORIES_Ssequence

ATTACHMENT_FUNCTION_ID NOT NULL NUMBER Attachment function identifierENABLED_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Flag indicating whether

attachment functionality isenabled for the form or formfunction

CREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NULL NUMBER Standard Who column

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_DOC_CATEGORY_USAGES_N1 NOT UNIQUE 1 CATEGORY_IDFND_DOC_CATEGORY_USAGES_U1 UNIQUE 1 DOC_CATEGORY_USAGE_IDFND_DOC_CATEGORY_USAGES_U2 UNIQUE 1 ATTACHMENT_FUNCTION_ID

2 CATEGORY_ID

SequencesSequence Derived Column

FND_DOC_CATEGORY_USAGES_S DOC_CATEGORY_USAGE_ID

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FND_DOC_SEQUENCE_ASSIGNMENTS

FND_DOC_SEQUENCE_ASSIGNMENTS stores information aboutassignments of document sequences to various documents. Each rowincludes a document sequence assignment identifier, a documentsequence identifier, an identifier of the application owning thedocument, the identifier of the set of books to which the documentbelongs, and the category code. Each row also includes the periodduring which the assignment should be valid, and a flag to indicatewhether to use automatic or manual numbering for the assignment. Youneed one row for each assignment. Oracle Application Object Library tonumber documents sequentially.

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_DOCUMENT_SEQUENCES DOC_SEQUENCE_ID DOC_SEQUENCE_IDFND_DOC_SEQUENCE_CATEGORIES APPLICATION_ID APPLICATION_ID

CODE CATEGORY_CODE

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

DOC_SEQUENCE_ASSIGNMENT_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER Document sequence assignmentidentifier

LAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnAPPLICATION_ID NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Application identifierDOC_SEQUENCE_ID NOT NULL NUMBER Document sequence identifierCATEGORY_CODE NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30) Category codeSTART_DATE NOT NULL DATE The date when the assignment

becomes activeEND_DATE NULL DATE The date when the assignment

becomes inactiveSET_OF_BOOKS_ID NULL NUMBER Set of books identifierMETHOD_CODE NULL VARCHAR2(30) Flag to indicate whether the

sequence number should beautomatically or manuallyentered

ATTRIBUTE_CATEGORY_DEVELOPER NULL VARCHAR2(30) Attribute categoryATTRIBUTE_CATEGORY NULL VARCHAR2(30) Attribute categoryATTRIBUTE1 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE2 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE3 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE4 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE5 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE6 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE7 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE8 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE9 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE10 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segment

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Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_DOC_SEQUENCE_ASSIGN_N1 NOT UNIQUE 1 DOC_SEQUENCE_IDFND_DOC_SEQUENCE_ASSIGN_U1 UNIQUE 1 DOC_SEQUENCE_ASSIGNMENT_ID

SequencesSequence Derived Column

FND_DOC_SEQUENCE_ASSIGNMENTS_S DOC_SEQUENCE_ASSIGNMENT_ID

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FND_DOC_SEQUENCE_AUDIT

FND_DOC_SEQUENCE_AUDIT stores historic information about eachvalue assigned to document sequences. Each row includes values thatidentify the document sequence and the document sequenceassignment, and the value used by the document sequence.

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_DOCUMENT_SEQUENCES DOC_SEQUENCE_ID DOC_SEQUENCE_IDFND_DOC_SEQUENCE_ASSIGNMENTS DOC_SEQUENCE_ASSIGNMENT_ID DOC_SEQUENCE_ASSIGNMENT_ID

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

DOC_SEQUENCE_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER Document sequence identifierDOC_SEQUENCE_VALUE (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER Document sequence valueDOC_SEQUENCE_ASSIGNMENT_ID NOT NULL NUMBER Document sequence assignment

identifierCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who column

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_DOC_SEQUENCE_AUDIT_U1 UNIQUE 1 DOC_SEQUENCE_ID2 DOC_SEQUENCE_VALUE

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_DOC_SEQUENCE_CATEGORIES

FND_DOC_SEQUENCE_CATEGORIES stores information aboutdocument categories that are defined for various products in the OracleApplications product suite. Each row includes an identifier of theapplication to which the category belongs, the name of the category, thecategory code, the name of the database table storing the category, and adescription for the category. You need one row for each category thatyou want to number using a document sequence. Oracle ApplicatonObject Library uses this information to sequentially number applicationdocuments such as invoices.

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

APPLICATION_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Application identifierCODE (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30) Category codeLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnNAME NOT NULL VARCHAR2(80) Category nameTABLE_NAME NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30) Table nameDESCRIPTION NULL VARCHAR2(240) Description

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_DOC_SEQUENCE_CATEGORIES_U1 UNIQUE 1 APPLICATION_ID2 CODE

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_DOC_SEQUENCE_USERS

FND_DOC_SEQUENCE_USERS stores information about user assigneddocument sequence number. Each row includes the document sequenceidentifier, the document sequence assignment identifier, the ORACLEusername, and the next value for the document sequence. You need onerow for each document sequence that allows users to assign numbers totheir application documents. Oracle Application Object Library usesthis information to implement user assigned document sequences.

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_DOCUMENT_SEQUENCES DOC_SEQUENCE_ID DOC_SEQUENCE_IDFND_DOC_SEQUENCE_ASSIGNMENTS DOC_SEQUENCE_ASSIGNMENT_ID DOC_SEQUENCE_ASSIGNMENT_ID

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

DOC_SEQUENCE_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER Document sequence identifierDOC_SEQUENCE_ASSIGNMENT_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER Document sequence assignment

identifierUSER_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER ORACLE usernameNEXTVAL NOT NULL NUMBER Next valid valueCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnGL_DATE NULL DATE General ledger date

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_DOC_SEQUENCE_USERS_U1 UNIQUE 1 DOC_SEQUENCE_ID2 DOC_SEQUENCE_ASSIGNMENT_ID3 USER_ID

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_DUAL

FND_DUAL stores a dummy constant value. You always need at leastone row in this table. Oracle Application Object Library provides thistable as a base table for forms that only submit concurrent requests(such as reporting forms) and therefore need to perform a save cyclewithout updating an application database table. Such forms generallyinsert a record into this table (usually the value 1). You should deleterows from this table occasionally, but you should always leave at leastone row in this table (for a form that may update a record instead ofinserting one). . .

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

DUMMY NULL NUMBER(2) Dummy column

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_ENABLED_PLSQL

FND_ENABLED_PLSQL stores information about the PL/SQLpackages and package procedures accessible by the web server.ThePLSQL_NAME corresponds to the name of a package or procedure thatis stored in the database. .

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

PLSQL_TYPE (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30) Type of object identified byPLSQL_NAME column. PACKAGE andPACKAGE.PROCEDURE are possiblevalues.

PLSQL_NAME (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(100) Name of the PL/SQL object forwhich access is beingcontrolled. Either a packagename, or a package.procedurename.

ENABLED NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Y/N flag: is procedure/packageaccessible by web server DCD?

LAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NULL NUMBER Standard Who column

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_ENABLED_PLSQL_U1 UNIQUE 1 PLSQL_TYPE2 PLSQL_NAME

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_EXCLUDE_TABLE_STATS

FND_EXCLUDE_TABLE_STATS is used by the package FND_STATS topopulate application interface tables (AITs) with default data. TheCost–Based Optimizer uses statistics of data from all tables to optimizeperformance. Application interface tables contain transient data andtherefore may not have appropriate data when such statistics are beinggathered. .

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

APPLICATION_ID NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Application identifier ofproduct that owns the table.

TABLE_NAME NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30) Name of application interfacetable.

PARTITION NULL VARCHAR2(30) Partition name if applicationinterface table is partitioned.

APPROX_NUM_ROWS NULL NUMBER Default statistics.CREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NULL NUMBER Standard Who column

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_EXCLUDE_TABLE_STATS_U1 UNIQUE 1 APPLICATION_ID2 TABLE_NAME3 PARTITION

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_EXECUTABLES

FND_EXECUTABLES stores information about concurrent programexecutables. Each row includes an application identifier, an executableidentifier, an executable name, and the name of the physical executablefile as it resides on the operating system. The execution methodassociated with the executable identifies the tool that is needed to runthe executable. A subroutine name is only applicable to immediateconcurrent programs and spawned concurrent programs that can be runeither as spawned or immediate concurrent program. You need one rowfor each executable that you are going to submit as a concurrentprogram. Oracle Application Object Library uses this information toprocess concurrent requests. . .

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_APPLICATION APPLICATION_ID APPLICATION_ID

QuickCodes ColumnsColumn QuickCodes Type QuickCodes Table

EXECUTION_METHOD_CODE CP_EXECUTION_METHOD_CODE FND_LOOKUPSA SpawnedF FlexSqlH HostI PL/SQL Stored ProcedureL SQL*LoaderP Oracle ReportsQ SQL*PlusR SQL*ReportS ImmediateX FlexRpt

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

APPLICATION_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Application identifierEXECUTABLE_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Executable identifierEXECUTABLE_NAME NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30) Developer name for the

executableLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnEXECUTION_METHOD_CODE NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Type of executionEXECUTION_FILE_NAME NULL VARCHAR2(61) Developer name for the

execution fileSUBROUTINE_NAME NULL VARCHAR2(30) Subroutine name for the

executionICON_NAME NULL VARCHAR2(30) Reserved for future use

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Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_EXECUTABLES_U1 UNIQUE 1 APPLICATION_ID2 EXECUTABLE_ID

FND_EXECUTABLES_U2 UNIQUE 1 EXECUTABLE_NAME2 APPLICATION_ID

SequencesSequence Derived Column

FND_EXECUTABLES_S EXECUTABLE_ID

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FND_EXECUTABLES_TL

FND_EXECUTABLES_TL stores translated information about theexecutables in FND_EXECUTABLES. Each row includes the languagethe row is translated to, the translated attributes of the executable, andthe executable identifier which uniquely identifies the executable. Youneed one row for each executable in each of the installed languages.Each row includes a language and source_lang column which can beused to determine if a value has been translated or defaulted.

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_EXECUTABLES APPLICATION_ID APPLICATION_IDEXECUTABLE_ID EXECUTABLE_ID

FND_LANGUAGES LANGUAGE_CODE LANGUAGEFND_LANGUAGES LANGUAGE_CODE SOURCE_LANGFND_LOGINS LOGIN_ID LAST_UPDATE_LOGINFND_USER USER_ID CREATED_BYFND_USER USER_ID LAST_UPDATED_BY

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

APPLICATION_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Application identifierEXECUTABLE_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Executable identifierLANGUAGE (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(4) LanguageSOURCE_LANG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(4) The Language the text will

mirror. If text is not yettranslated into LANGUAGE thenany changes to the text in thesource language row will bereflected here as well.

CREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnUSER_EXECUTABLE_NAME NOT NULL VARCHAR2(240) User name for the executableDESCRIPTION NULL VARCHAR2(240) Description

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_EXECUTABLES_TL_U1 UNIQUE 2 APPLICATION_ID6 USER_EXECUTABLE_NAME8 LANGUAGE

FND_EXECUTABLES_TL_U2 UNIQUE 2 APPLICATION_ID6 EXECUTABLE_ID8 LANGUAGE

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_FLEX_EXCLUDE_RULE_LINES

FND_FLEX_EXCLUDE_RULE_LINES stores cross–validation ruleelements broken out into individual columns for key flexfield excluderule lines. This table duplicates information contained inFND_FLEX_VALIDATION_RULE_LINES and is only used forvalidating combinations with the server validation functions. The tablecontains one row for each row of theFND_FLEX_VALIDATION_RULE_LINES table that has theinclude_exclude_indicator value of ’E’ (exclude). The RULE_LINE_IDcolumn is a primary key and a foreign key reference toFND_FLEX_VALIDATION_RULE_LINES. The APPLICATION_ID,ID_FLEX_CODE, ID_FLEX_NUM, andFLEX_VALIDATION_RULE_NAME columns are a multi–columnforeign key that uniquely identifies the cross–validation rule to whichthe line is associated. The ENABLED_FLAG column indicates whetherthis rule line is enabled (’Y’ or ’N’). The SEGMENT<n>_LOW andSEGMENT<n>_HIGH columns store the minimum and maximumvalues of segment n that should be excluded by this line. Segments arenumbered from 1 to 30 in the order in which they are stored in theCONCATENATED_SEGMENTS_LOW andCONCATENATED_SEGMENTS_HIGH columns ofFND_FLEX_VALIDATION_RULE_LINES (display order). The keyflexfield combination is excluded only if each segment value fallswithin its low–high range for every segment in the combination. A nullvalue in the SEGMENT<n>_LOW (SEGMENT<n>_HIGH) columnindicates that there is no lower (upper) bound on the range of values tobe excluded.

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_FLEX_VALIDATION_RULES APPLICATION_ID APPLICATION_IDID_FLEX_CODE ID_FLEX_CODEID_FLEX_NUM ID_FLEX_NUMFLEX_VALIDATION_RULE_NAME FLEX_VALIDATION_RULE_NAME

FND_FLEX_VALIDATION_RULE_LINES RULE_LINE_ID RULE_LINE_ID

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

RULE_LINE_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Rule line identifierAPPLICATION_ID NOT NULL NUMBER(10) Application identifierID_FLEX_CODE NOT NULL VARCHAR2(4) Key flexfield codeID_FLEX_NUM NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Structure number of the key

flexfield structureFLEX_VALIDATION_RULE_NAME NOT NULL VARCHAR2(15) Name of cross–validation ruleENABLED_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Indicates whether this rule is

enabledLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who column

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Column Descriptions (Continued)Name Null? Type Description

CREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnSEGMENT1_LOW NULL VARCHAR2(150) Minimum value to excludeSEGMENT1_HIGH NULL VARCHAR2(150) Maximum value to excludeSEGMENT2_LOW NULL VARCHAR2(150) Minimum value to excludeSEGMENT2_HIGH NULL VARCHAR2(150) Maximum value to excludeSEGMENT3_LOW NULL VARCHAR2(150) Minimum value to excludeSEGMENT3_HIGH NULL VARCHAR2(150) Maximum value to excludeSEGMENT4_LOW NULL VARCHAR2(150) Minimum value to excludeSEGMENT4_HIGH NULL VARCHAR2(150) Maximum value to excludeSEGMENT5_LOW NULL VARCHAR2(150) Minimum value to excludeSEGMENT5_HIGH NULL VARCHAR2(150) Maximum value to excludeSEGMENT6_LOW NULL VARCHAR2(150) Minimum value to excludeSEGMENT6_HIGH NULL VARCHAR2(150) Maximum value to excludeSEGMENT7_LOW NULL VARCHAR2(150) Minimum value to excludeSEGMENT7_HIGH NULL VARCHAR2(150) Maximum value to excludeSEGMENT8_LOW NULL VARCHAR2(150) Minimum value to excludeSEGMENT8_HIGH NULL VARCHAR2(150) Maximum value to excludeSEGMENT9_LOW NULL VARCHAR2(150) Minimum value to excludeSEGMENT9_HIGH NULL VARCHAR2(150) Maximum value to excludeSEGMENT10_LOW NULL VARCHAR2(150) Minimum value to excludeSEGMENT10_HIGH NULL VARCHAR2(150) Maximum value to excludeSEGMENT11_LOW NULL VARCHAR2(150) Minimum value to excludeSEGMENT11_HIGH NULL VARCHAR2(150) Maximum value to excludeSEGMENT12_LOW NULL VARCHAR2(150) Minimum value to excludeSEGMENT12_HIGH NULL VARCHAR2(150) Maximum value to excludeSEGMENT13_LOW NULL VARCHAR2(150) Minimum value to excludeSEGMENT13_HIGH NULL VARCHAR2(150) Maximum value to excludeSEGMENT14_LOW NULL VARCHAR2(150) Minimum value to excludeSEGMENT14_HIGH NULL VARCHAR2(150) Maximum value to excludeSEGMENT15_LOW NULL VARCHAR2(150) Minimum value to excludeSEGMENT15_HIGH NULL VARCHAR2(150) Maximum value to excludeSEGMENT16_LOW NULL VARCHAR2(150) Minimum value to excludeSEGMENT16_HIGH NULL VARCHAR2(150) Maximum value to excludeSEGMENT17_LOW NULL VARCHAR2(150) Minimum value to excludeSEGMENT17_HIGH NULL VARCHAR2(150) Maximum value to excludeSEGMENT18_LOW NULL VARCHAR2(150) Minimum value to excludeSEGMENT18_HIGH NULL VARCHAR2(150) Maximum value to excludeSEGMENT19_LOW NULL VARCHAR2(150) Minimum value to excludeSEGMENT19_HIGH NULL VARCHAR2(150) Maximum value to excludeSEGMENT20_LOW NULL VARCHAR2(150) Minimum value to excludeSEGMENT20_HIGH NULL VARCHAR2(150) Maximum value to excludeSEGMENT21_LOW NULL VARCHAR2(150) Minimum value to excludeSEGMENT21_HIGH NULL VARCHAR2(150) Maximum value to excludeSEGMENT22_LOW NULL VARCHAR2(150) Minimum value to excludeSEGMENT22_HIGH NULL VARCHAR2(150) Maximum value to excludeSEGMENT23_LOW NULL VARCHAR2(150) Minimum value to excludeSEGMENT23_HIGH NULL VARCHAR2(150) Maximum value to excludeSEGMENT24_LOW NULL VARCHAR2(150) Minimum value to excludeSEGMENT24_HIGH NULL VARCHAR2(150) Maximum value to excludeSEGMENT25_LOW NULL VARCHAR2(150) Minimum value to excludeSEGMENT25_HIGH NULL VARCHAR2(150) Maximum value to excludeSEGMENT26_LOW NULL VARCHAR2(150) Minimum value to exclude

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Column Descriptions (Continued)Name Null? Type Description

SEGMENT26_HIGH NULL VARCHAR2(150) Maximum value to excludeSEGMENT27_LOW NULL VARCHAR2(150) Minimum value to excludeSEGMENT27_HIGH NULL VARCHAR2(150) Maximum value to excludeSEGMENT28_LOW NULL VARCHAR2(150) Minimum value to excludeSEGMENT28_HIGH NULL VARCHAR2(150) Maximum value to excludeSEGMENT29_LOW NULL VARCHAR2(150) Minimum value to excludeSEGMENT29_HIGH NULL VARCHAR2(150) Maximum value to excludeSEGMENT30_LOW NULL VARCHAR2(150) Minimum value to excludeSEGMENT30_HIGH NULL VARCHAR2(150) Maximum value to exclude

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_FLEX_EXCLUDE_RULE_LINES_N1 NOT UNIQUE 1 APPLICATION_ID2 ID_FLEX_CODE3 ID_FLEX_NUM

FND_FLEX_EXCLUDE_RULE_LINES_U1 UNIQUE 1 RULE_LINE_ID

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_FLEX_HASH

FND_FLEX_HASH stores values used in preventing conflicts whencreating new flexfield combinations.

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

HASH_VALUE (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER Hash valueLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who column

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_FLEX_HASH_U1 UNIQUE 1 HASH_VALUE

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_FLEX_HIERARCHIES

FND_FLEX_HIERARCHIES stores information about flexfieldhierarchies. Each row includes a value set identifier, a hierarchyidentifier, and a hierarchy name. You need one row for each flexfieldhierarchy. This information is used by Oracle Applications to build andprocess multi–level hierarchies of flexfield data. . .

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_FLEX_VALUE_SETS FLEX_VALUE_SET_ID FLEX_VALUE_SET_ID

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

FLEX_VALUE_SET_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(10) Flexfield value set identifierHIERARCHY_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(10) Hierarchy identifierLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnHIERARCHY_CODE NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30) Developer key for flexfield

hierarchy

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_FLEX_HIERARCHIES_U1 UNIQUE 1 FLEX_VALUE_SET_ID2 HIERARCHY_ID

FND_FLEX_HIERARCHIES_U2 UNIQUE 1 FLEX_VALUE_SET_ID2 HIERARCHY_CODE

SequencesSequence Derived Column

FND_FLEX_HIERARCHIES_S HIERARCHY_ID

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FND_FLEX_HIERARCHIES_TL

FND_FLEX_HIERARCHIES_TL stores translated information aboutflexfield hierarchies. Each row includes a value set identifier, ahierarchy identifier, and a hierarchy name. Each row also includes alanguage code indicating what language the information is in. You needone row for each flexfield hierarchy in each of the installed languages.

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_FLEX_HIERARCHIES FLEX_VALUE_SET_ID FLEX_VALUE_SET_IDHIERARCHY_ID HIERARCHY_ID

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

FLEX_VALUE_SET_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(10) Flexfield value set identifierHIERARCHY_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(10) Hierarchy identifierHIERARCHY_NAME NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30) Hierarchy nameLANGUAGE (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(4) LanguageLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NULL NUMBER(10) Standard Who columnDESCRIPTION NULL VARCHAR2(240) DescriptionSOURCE_LANG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(4) The Language the text will

mirror. If text is not yettranslated into LANGUAGE thenany changes to the text in thesource language row will bereflected here as well.

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_FLEX_HIERARCHIES_TL_U1 UNIQUE 1 FLEX_VALUE_SET_ID2 HIERARCHY_ID3 LANGUAGE

FND_FLEX_HIERARCHIES_TL_U2 UNIQUE 1 FLEX_VALUE_SET_ID2 HIERARCHY_NAME3 LANGUAGE

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_FLEX_INCLUDE_RULE_LINES

FND_FLEX_INCLUDE_RULE_LINES stores cross–validation ruleelements broken out into individual columns for key flexfield includerule lines. This table duplicates information contained inFND_FLEX_VALIDATION_RULE_LINES and is only used forvalidating combinations with the server validation functions. The tablecontains one row for each row of theFND_FLEX_VALIDATION_RULE_LINES table that has theinclude_exclude_indicator value of ’I’ (include). The RULE_LINE_IDcolumn is a primary key and a foreign key reference toFND_FLEX_VALIDATION_RULE_LINES. The APPLICATION_ID,ID_FLEX_CODE, ID_FLEX_NUM, andFLEX_VALIDATION_RULE_NAME columns are a multi–columnforeign key that uniquely identifies the cross–validation rule to whichthe line is associated. The ENABLED_FLAG column indicates whetherthis rule line is enabled (’Y’ or ’N’). The SEGMENT<n>_LOW andSEGMENT<n>_HIGHcolumns store the minimum and maximumvalues of segment n that should be included by this line. Segments arenumbered from 1 to 30 in the order in which they are stored in theCONCATENATED_SEGMENTS_LOW andCONCATENATED_SEGMENTS_HIGH columns ofFND_FLEX_VALIDATION_RULE_LINES (display order). The keyflexfield combination is included only if each segment value falls withinits low–high range for every segment in the combination. A null valuein the SEGMENT<n>_LOW (SEGMENT<n>_HIGH) column indicatesthat there is no lower (upper) bound on the range of values to beincluded.

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_FLEX_VALIDATION_RULES APPLICATION_ID APPLICATION_IDID_FLEX_CODE ID_FLEX_CODEID_FLEX_NUM ID_FLEX_NUMFLEX_VALIDATION_RULE_NAME FLEX_VALIDATION_RULE_NAME

FND_FLEX_VALIDATION_RULE_LINES RULE_LINE_ID RULE_LINE_ID

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

RULE_LINE_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Rule line identifierAPPLICATION_ID NOT NULL NUMBER(10) Application identifierID_FLEX_CODE NOT NULL VARCHAR2(4) Key flexfield codeID_FLEX_NUM NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Structure number of the key

flexfield structureFLEX_VALIDATION_RULE_NAME NOT NULL VARCHAR2(15) Name of cross–validation ruleENABLED_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Indicates whether this rule is

enabledLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who column

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Column Descriptions (Continued)Name Null? Type Description

CREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnSEGMENT1_LOW NULL VARCHAR2(150) Minimum value to includeSEGMENT1_HIGH NULL VARCHAR2(150) Maximum value to includeSEGMENT2_LOW NULL VARCHAR2(150) Minimum value to includeSEGMENT2_HIGH NULL VARCHAR2(150) Maximum value to includeSEGMENT3_LOW NULL VARCHAR2(150) Minimum value to includeSEGMENT3_HIGH NULL VARCHAR2(150) Maximum value to includeSEGMENT4_LOW NULL VARCHAR2(150) Minimum value to includeSEGMENT4_HIGH NULL VARCHAR2(150) Maximum value to includeSEGMENT5_LOW NULL VARCHAR2(150) Minimum value to includeSEGMENT5_HIGH NULL VARCHAR2(150) Maximum value to includeSEGMENT6_LOW NULL VARCHAR2(150) Minimum value to includeSEGMENT6_HIGH NULL VARCHAR2(150) Maximum value to includeSEGMENT7_LOW NULL VARCHAR2(150) Minimum value to includeSEGMENT7_HIGH NULL VARCHAR2(150) Maximum value to includeSEGMENT8_LOW NULL VARCHAR2(150) Minimum value to includeSEGMENT8_HIGH NULL VARCHAR2(150) Maximum value to includeSEGMENT9_LOW NULL VARCHAR2(150) Minimum value to includeSEGMENT9_HIGH NULL VARCHAR2(150) Maximum value to includeSEGMENT10_LOW NULL VARCHAR2(150) Minimum value to includeSEGMENT10_HIGH NULL VARCHAR2(150) Maximum value to includeSEGMENT11_LOW NULL VARCHAR2(150) Minimum value to includeSEGMENT11_HIGH NULL VARCHAR2(150) Maximum value to includeSEGMENT12_LOW NULL VARCHAR2(150) Minimum value to includeSEGMENT12_HIGH NULL VARCHAR2(150) Maximum value to includeSEGMENT13_LOW NULL VARCHAR2(150) Minimum value to includeSEGMENT13_HIGH NULL VARCHAR2(150) Maximum value to includeSEGMENT14_LOW NULL VARCHAR2(150) Minimum value to includeSEGMENT14_HIGH NULL VARCHAR2(150) Maximum value to includeSEGMENT15_LOW NULL VARCHAR2(150) Minimum value to includeSEGMENT15_HIGH NULL VARCHAR2(150) Maximum value to includeSEGMENT16_LOW NULL VARCHAR2(150) Minimum value to includeSEGMENT16_HIGH NULL VARCHAR2(150) Maximum value to includeSEGMENT17_LOW NULL VARCHAR2(150) Minimum value to includeSEGMENT17_HIGH NULL VARCHAR2(150) Maximum value to includeSEGMENT18_LOW NULL VARCHAR2(150) Minimum value to includeSEGMENT18_HIGH NULL VARCHAR2(150) Maximum value to includeSEGMENT19_LOW NULL VARCHAR2(150) Minimum value to includeSEGMENT19_HIGH NULL VARCHAR2(150) Maximum value to includeSEGMENT20_LOW NULL VARCHAR2(150) Minimum value to includeSEGMENT20_HIGH NULL VARCHAR2(150) Maximum value to includeSEGMENT21_LOW NULL VARCHAR2(150) Minimum value to includeSEGMENT21_HIGH NULL VARCHAR2(150) Maximum value to includeSEGMENT22_LOW NULL VARCHAR2(150) Minimum value to includeSEGMENT22_HIGH NULL VARCHAR2(150) Maximum value to includeSEGMENT23_LOW NULL VARCHAR2(150) Minimum value to includeSEGMENT23_HIGH NULL VARCHAR2(150) Maximum value to includeSEGMENT24_LOW NULL VARCHAR2(150) Minimum value to includeSEGMENT24_HIGH NULL VARCHAR2(150) Maximum value to includeSEGMENT25_LOW NULL VARCHAR2(150) Minimum value to includeSEGMENT25_HIGH NULL VARCHAR2(150) Maximum value to includeSEGMENT26_LOW NULL VARCHAR2(150) Minimum value to include

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Column Descriptions (Continued)Name Null? Type Description

SEGMENT26_HIGH NULL VARCHAR2(150) Maximum value to includeSEGMENT27_LOW NULL VARCHAR2(150) Minimum value to includeSEGMENT27_HIGH NULL VARCHAR2(150) Maximum value to includeSEGMENT28_LOW NULL VARCHAR2(150) Minimum value to includeSEGMENT28_HIGH NULL VARCHAR2(150) Maximum value to includeSEGMENT29_LOW NULL VARCHAR2(150) Minimum value to includeSEGMENT29_HIGH NULL VARCHAR2(150) Maximum value to includeSEGMENT30_LOW NULL VARCHAR2(150) Minimum value to includeSEGMENT30_HIGH NULL VARCHAR2(150) Maximum value to include

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_FLEX_INCLUDE_RULE_LINES_N1 NOT UNIQUE 1 APPLICATION_ID2 ID_FLEX_CODE3 ID_FLEX_NUM

FND_FLEX_INCLUDE_RULE_LINES_U1 UNIQUE 1 RULE_LINE_ID

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_FLEX_VALIDATION_EVENTS

FND_FLEX_VALIDATION_EVENTS stores information aboutvalidation events in special validated value sets. Each row includes anapplication identifier, a value set identifier, the type of the event, and theuser exit and its parameter string for the event. You need one row foreach event in your special validated value sets. Oracle ApplicationObject Library uses this information to trigger an event when a userenters a flexfield segment or a report parameter. . .

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_FLEX_VALUE_SETS FLEX_VALUE_SET_ID FLEX_VALUE_SET_ID

QuickCodes ColumnsColumn QuickCodes Type QuickCodes Table

EVENT_CODE FLEX_VALIDATION_EVENTS FND_LOOKUPSE EditF QueryI Insert/UpdateL LoadQ ListValV Validatee Edit/Edit

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

FLEX_VALUE_SET_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(10) Flexfield value set identifierEVENT_CODE (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Type of the eventLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnUSER_EXIT NULL LONG The user exit call for the

event

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_FLEX_VALIDATION_EVENTS_U1 UNIQUE 1 FLEX_VALUE_SET_ID2 EVENT_CODE

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_FLEX_VALIDATION_QUALIFIERS

FND_FLEX_VALIDATION_QUALIFIERS stores information aboutflexfield qualifiers and segment qualifiers. Each row includes a keyflexfield code, a flexfield qualifier, a segment qualifier, and the datethese qualifiers were assigned to the flexfield. You need one row foreach qualifier assignment. Oracle Application Object Library uses thisinformation to correctly interpret the denormalized qualifierinformation stored in the column COMPILED_ATTRIBUTE_VALUESfor the table FND_FLEX_VALUES.

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_FLEX_VALUE_SETS FLEX_VALUE_SET_ID FLEX_VALUE_SET_IDFND_VALUE_ATTRIBUTE_TYPES APPLICATION_ID ID_FLEX_APPLICATION_ID

ID_FLEX_CODE ID_FLEX_CODESEGMENT_ATTRIBUTE_TYPE SEGMENT_ATTRIBUTE_TYPEVALUE_ATTRIBUTE_TYPE VALUE_ATTRIBUTE_TYPE

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

FLEX_VALUE_SET_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(10) The flexfield value setidentifier

ID_FLEX_APPLICATION_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(10) Key flexfield applicationidentifier

ID_FLEX_CODE (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(4) Key flexfield codeSEGMENT_ATTRIBUTE_TYPE (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30) Flexfield qualifierVALUE_ATTRIBUTE_TYPE (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30) Segment qualifierASSIGNMENT_DATE NOT NULL DATE When the qualifier was assigned

to this value set

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_FLEX_VALIDATION_QUALS_N1 NOT UNIQUE 1 FLEX_VALUE_SET_ID2 ASSIGNMENT_DATE3 VALUE_ATTRIBUTE_TYPE4 SEGMENT_ATTRIBUTE_TYPE5 ID_FLEX_APPLICATION_ID6 ID_FLEX_CODE

FND_FLEX_VALIDATION_QUALS_U1 UNIQUE 1 FLEX_VALUE_SET_ID2 ID_FLEX_APPLICATION_ID3 ID_FLEX_CODE4 SEGMENT_ATTRIBUTE_TYPE5 VALUE_ATTRIBUTE_TYPE

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_FLEX_VALIDATION_RULES

FND_FLEX_VALIDATION_RULES stores information about keyflexfield cross–validation rules. Each row includes values that identifythe application with which the key flexfield is registered, the keyflexfield code, the key flexfield structure number, and a name anddescription of the cross–validation rule. Each row also includes amessage that appears when the user enters an invalid combination ofvalues and the name of the combination table column corresponding tothe flexfield segment where the user’s cursor returns after OracleApplication Object Library displays the message. If ENABLED_FLAGcontains N, this rule is currently disabled, regardless of the start and enddates. If ENABLED_FLAG contains Y, the start and end dates indicate ifthis rule is currently in effect. You need one row for eachcross–validation rule for each structure of each key flexfield where youwant to validate across combinations of segment values. OracleApplication Object Library uses this information to ensure that usersenter valid combinations of key flexfield segment values.

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_ID_FLEX_SEGMENTS APPLICATION_COLUMN_NAME ERROR_SEGMENT_COLUMN_NAMEID_FLEX_CODE ID_FLEX_CODEID_FLEX_NUM ID_FLEX_NUMAPPLICATION_ID APPLICATION_ID

FND_ID_FLEX_STRUCTURES APPLICATION_ID APPLICATION_IDID_FLEX_CODE ID_FLEX_CODEID_FLEX_NUM ID_FLEX_NUM

QuickCodes ColumnsColumn QuickCodes Type QuickCodes Table

ENABLED_FLAG YES_NO FND_LOOKUPSN NoY Yes

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

APPLICATION_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(10) select t.application_id fromfnd_tables t, fnd_id_flexs fwhere t.table_name =f.application_table_name andf.id_flex_code =fnd_flex_validation_rules.id_flex_code and rownum = 1

ID_FLEX_CODE (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(4) Key flexfield codeID_FLEX_NUM (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Key flexfield structure numberFLEX_VALIDATION_RULE_NAME (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(15) Name of the cross–validation

ruleLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who column

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Column Descriptions (Continued)Name Null? Type Description

LAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NULL NUMBER(10) Standard Who columnENABLED_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Flag to indicate whether the

cross–validation rule isenabled

ERROR_SEGMENT_COLUMN_NAME NULL VARCHAR2(30) The column name correspondingto the segment causing thecross–validation rule to fail

START_DATE_ACTIVE NULL DATE The date the cross–validationrule becomes active

END_DATE_ACTIVE NULL DATE The date the cross–validationrule expires

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_FLEX_VALIDATION_RULES_U1 UNIQUE 1 APPLICATION_ID2 ID_FLEX_CODE3 ID_FLEX_NUM4 FLEX_VALIDATION_RULE_NAME

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

Database Triggers

Trigger Name : FND_FLEX_VALIDATION_RULES_T1Trigger Time : AFTERTrigger Level : ROWTrigger Event : INSERT

Trigger Name : FND_FLEX_VALIDATION_RULES_T2Trigger Time : AFTERTrigger Level : ROWTrigger Event : UPDATE

Trigger Name : FND_FLEX_VALIDATION_RULES_T3Trigger Time : AFTERTrigger Level : ROWTrigger Event : DELETE

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FND_FLEX_VALIDATION_RULE_LINES

FND_FLEX_VALIDATION_RULE_LINES stores cross–validation ruleelements for key flexfield cross–validation rules. Each row includesvalues that identify the application with which the key flexfield isregistered, the cross–validation rule, whether the element is an includeor exclude rule element, and the concatenated sets of high and lowsegment values that make up the range included or excluded by the ruleelement. Individual segment columns were added to this table duringsome of the 10SC releases but may no longer be used or existing.ENABLED_FLAG is always Y for this table. Oracle Application ObjectLibrary does not use the DESCRIPTION column. You need one row foreach element of each flexfield cross–validation rule. Oracle ApplicationObject Library uses this information to ensure that users enter validcombinations of key flexfield segment values.

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_FLEX_VALIDATION_RULES APPLICATION_ID APPLICATION_IDID_FLEX_CODE ID_FLEX_CODEID_FLEX_NUM ID_FLEX_NUMFLEX_VALIDATION_RULE_NAME FLEX_VALIDATION_RULE_NAME

QuickCodes ColumnsColumn QuickCodes Type QuickCodes Table

ENABLED_FLAG YES_NO FND_LOOKUPSN NoY Yes

INCLUDE_EXCLUDE_INDICATOR INCLUDE_EXCLUDE FND_LOOKUPSE ExcludeI Include

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

RULE_LINE_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15)fnd_flex_val_rule_lines_s.nextval

APPLICATION_ID NOT NULL NUMBER(10) select t.application_id fromfnd_tables t, fnd_id_flexs fwhere t.table_name =f.application_table_name andf.id_flex_code =fnd_flex_validation_rule_lines.id_flex_code and rownum = 1

ID_FLEX_CODE NOT NULL VARCHAR2(4) Key flexfield codeID_FLEX_NUM NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Key flexfield structure numberFLEX_VALIDATION_RULE_NAME NOT NULL VARCHAR2(15) Name of cross–validation ruleLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who column

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Column Descriptions (Continued)Name Null? Type Description

LAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnENABLED_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Flag to indicate whether the

cross–validation rule elementis enabled

CONCATENATED_SEGMENTS_LOW NOT NULL VARCHAR2(2000) Concatenated set of low segmentvalues that make up the rangeincluded or excluded by therule element

CONCATENATED_SEGMENTS_HIGH NOT NULL VARCHAR2(2000) The concatenated set of highsegment values that make up therange included or excluded bythe rule element

INCLUDE_EXCLUDE_INDICATOR NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Code to indicate whether theelement is an include orexclude element

DESCRIPTION NULL VARCHAR2(240) Description

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_FLEX_VAL_RULE_LINES_N1 NOT UNIQUE 1 APPLICATION_ID2 ID_FLEX_CODE3 ID_FLEX_NUM4 FLEX_VALIDATION_RULE_NAME

FND_FLEX_VAL_RULE_LINES_U1 UNIQUE 2 RULE_LINE_ID

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

Database Triggers

Trigger Name : FND_FLEX_VAL_RULE_LINES_T1Trigger Time : BEFORETrigger Level : ROWTrigger Event : INSERT

OLD.RULE_LINE_ID IS NULLTrigger Name : FND_FLEX_VAL_RULE_LINES_T2Trigger Time : AFTERTrigger Level : ROWTrigger Event : INSERT

Trigger Name : FND_FLEX_VAL_RULE_LINES_T3Trigger Time : AFTERTrigger Level : ROWTrigger Event : UPDATE

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Trigger Name : FND_FLEX_VAL_RULE_LINES_T4Trigger Time : BEFORETrigger Level : ROWTrigger Event : DELETE

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FND_FLEX_VALIDATION_RULE_STATS

FND_FLEX_VALIDATION_RULE_STATS stores statistics on thenumber of key flexfield cross–validation rules and rule lines for a givenkey flexfield structure. These statistics are used to optimize queries theserver validation function performs against theFND_FLEX_VALIDATION_RULES,FND_FLEX_INCLUDE_RULE_LINES, andFND_FLEX_EXCLUDE_RULE_LINES tables.

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_ID_FLEX_STRUCTURES APPLICATION_ID APPLICATION_IDID_FLEX_CODE ID_FLEX_CODEID_FLEX_NUM ID_FLEX_NUM

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

APPLICATION_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(10) Application identifierID_FLEX_CODE (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(4) Key flexfield codeID_FLEX_NUM (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Key flexfield structure numberLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnRULE_COUNT NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Number of cross–validation

rulesINCLUDE_LINE_COUNT NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Number of include rule linesEXCLUDE_LINE_COUNT NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Number of exclude rule lines

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_FLEX_VAL_RULE_STATS_U1 UNIQUE 1 APPLICATION_ID2 ID_FLEX_CODE3 ID_FLEX_NUM

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_FLEX_VALIDATION_TABLES

FND_FLEX_VALIDATION_TABLES stores information about key anddescriptive flexfield validation tables. Each row includes valuesidentifying the table validated value set and the application owning thevalue set and the name of the application table you are using as avalidation table (APPLICATION_TABLE_NAME). Each row alsoincludes the names of the table columns that contain ID type values,regular values, and meanings, as well as the size and type of each ofthose columns, and additional columns to display for LOVs.ADDITIONAL_WHERE_CLAUSE contains the WHERE clause thatallows the validation table values to include only a subset of all thevalues in the application table. In some cases, application tables cancontain special columns that take advantage of special flexfield features,such as the ability to use segment qualifiers and enabled and start dateand end date information. .

• If a column named SUMMARY_FLAG exists in the validationtable, Oracle Application Object Library stores that column namein SUMMARY_COLUMN_NAME. Otherwise, OracleApplication Object Library stores N inSUMMARY_COLUMN_NAME.

• If a column named STRUCTURED_HIERARCHY_LEVEL existsin the validation table, Oracle Application Object Library storesthat column name in HIERARCHY_LEVEL_COLUMN_NAME.Otherwise, Oracle Application Object Library stores NULL.

• If a column named COMPILED_VALUE_ATTRIBUTES exists inthe validation table, Oracle Application Object Library stores thatcolumn name in COMPILED_ATTRIBUTE_COLUMN_NAME.Otherwise, Oracle Application Object Library stores either NULLor derived default values inCOMPILED_ATTRIBUTE_COLUMN_NAME.

• If a column named ENABLED_FLAG exists in the validationtable, Oracle Application Object Library stores that column namein ENABLED_COLUMN_NAME. Otherwise, Oracle ApplicationObject Library stores Y in ENABLED_COLUMN_NAME.

• If columns named START_DATE_ACTIVE andEND_DATE_ACTIVE exist in the validation table, OracleApplication Object Library stores those column names inSTART_DATE_COLUMN_NAME andEND_DATE_COLUMN_NAME. Otherwise Oracle ApplicationObject Library stores NULL in those columns.

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If your validation table contains these types of columns but yourcolumns have different names, you can manually update this table’svalues to reflect your column names after you have already registeredyour validation table. However, in almost all cases, your table’s columnnames should correspond to Oracle Application Object Libraryrecommended column names. . You need one row for each tablevalidated value set defined in Oracle Application Object Library. OracleApplication Object Library uses this information to allow users to useapplication tables to ensure that flexfield segments contain valid values.. .

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_FLEX_VALUE_SETS FLEX_VALUE_SET_ID FLEX_VALUE_SET_ID

QuickCodes ColumnsColumn QuickCodes Type QuickCodes Table

ID_COLUMN_TYPE COLUMN_TYPE FND_LOOKUPSC CharD DateI RowidL LongM MlslabelN NumberR RawU VarcharV Varchar2X Long RawZ Raw Mlslabel

MEANING_COLUMN_TYPE COLUMN_TYPE FND_LOOKUPSC CharD DateI RowidL LongM MlslabelN NumberR RawU VarcharV Varchar2X Long RawZ Raw Mlslabel

SUMMARY_ALLOWED_FLAG YES_NO FND_LOOKUPSN NoY Yes

VALUE_COLUMN_TYPE COLUMN_TYPE FND_LOOKUPSC CharD DateI RowidL LongM MlslabelN Number

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QuickCodes Columns (Continued)Column QuickCodes Type QuickCodes Table

R RawU VarcharV Varchar2X Long RawZ Raw Mlslabel

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

FLEX_VALUE_SET_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(10) Flexfield value set identifierLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnAPPLICATION_TABLE_NAME NOT NULL VARCHAR2(240) Table nameLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnVALUE_COLUMN_NAME NOT NULL VARCHAR2(240) Value column nameVALUE_COLUMN_TYPE NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Value column typeVALUE_COLUMN_SIZE NOT NULL NUMBER(3) Size of value columnCOMPILED_ATTRIBUTE_COLUMN_NAME NOT NULL VARCHAR2(240) The column name

COMPILED_VALUE_ATTRIBUTES ifthe column exists in thevalidation table

ENABLED_COLUMN_NAME NOT NULL VARCHAR2(240) The column name ENABLED_FLAG ifthe column exists in thevalidation table

HIERARCHY_LEVEL_COLUMN_NAME NOT NULL VARCHAR2(240) The column nameSTRUCTURED_HIERARCHY_LEVEL ifthe column exists in thevalidation table

START_DATE_COLUMN_NAME NOT NULL VARCHAR2(240) The column nameSTART_DATE_ACTIVE if the columnexists in the validation table

END_DATE_COLUMN_NAME NOT NULL VARCHAR2(240) The column name END_DATE_ACTIVEif the column exists in thevalidation table – Retrofitted

SUMMARY_ALLOWED_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Flag to indicate whether theparent value is allowed to bestored in the FND_FLEX_VALUEStable and displayed in the LOVfor a segment using this valueset

SUMMARY_COLUMN_NAME NOT NULL VARCHAR2(240) The column name SUMMARY_FLAG ifthe column exists in thevalidation table

ID_COLUMN_NAME NULL VARCHAR2(240) Hidden ID column nameID_COLUMN_SIZE NULL NUMBER(3) Size of ID columnID_COLUMN_TYPE NULL VARCHAR2(1) ID column typeMEANING_COLUMN_NAME NULL VARCHAR2(240) Meaning column nameMEANING_COLUMN_SIZE NULL NUMBER(3) Size of meaning columnMEANING_COLUMN_TYPE NULL VARCHAR2(1) Meaning column typeTABLE_APPLICATION_ID NULL NUMBER(10) Table application identifierADDITIONAL_WHERE_CLAUSE NULL LONG The SQL WHERE clauseADDITIONAL_QUICKPICK_COLUMNS NULL VARCHAR2(240) Additional columns to display

in the LOV list

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

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IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_FLEX_VALIDATION_TABLES_U1 UNIQUE 1 FLEX_VALUE_SET_ID

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_FLEX_VALUES

FND_FLEX_VALUES stores valid values for key and descriptiveflexfield segments. Oracle Application Object Library uses this tablewhen users define values for independent or dependent type value sets.Oracle Application Object Library also uses this table when users defineparent values for ranges of child values that exist in a validation table(Oracle Application Object Library stores the parent values in this table).Each row includes the value (FLEX_VALUE) and its hierarchy level ifapplicable as well as the identifier of the value set the value belongs to.If the value is a dependent value, PARENT_FLEX_VALUE_LOWcontains the independent value this value depends upon. OracleApplication Object Library does not use thePARENT_FLEX_VALUE_HIGH column. If ENABLED_FLAG containsN, this value is currently invalid, regardless of the start and end dates. IfENABLED_FLAG contains Y, the start and end dates indicate if thisvalue is currently valid. SUMMARY_FLAG indicates if this value is aparent value that has child values, andSTRUCTURED_HIERARCHY_LEVEL contains the rollup group theparent value belongs to, if any (1 through 9).COMPILED_VALUE_ATTRIBUTES contains the compiled values of anysegment qualifiers assigned to this value. These values are in a specialOracle Application Object Library format, and you should never modifythem. VALUE_CATEGORY and ATTRIBUTE1 through ATTRIBUTE50are descriptive flexfield columns, where VALUE_CATEGORY is thecontext (structure defining) column. These descriptive flexfield columnsdo not contain values unless you have defined the descriptive flexfieldat your site. You need one row for each independent, dependent orparent value belonging to a value set. Oracle Application Object Libraryuses this information to ensure that users enter valid values in flexfieldsegments. . .

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_FLEX_VALUE_SETS FLEX_VALUE_SET_ID FLEX_VALUE_SET_ID

QuickCodes ColumnsColumn QuickCodes Type QuickCodes Table

ENABLED_FLAG YES_NO FND_LOOKUPSN NoY Yes

SUMMARY_FLAG YES_NO FND_LOOKUPSN NoY Yes

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Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

FLEX_VALUE_SET_ID NOT NULL NUMBER(10) Flexfield value set identifierFLEX_VALUE_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Flexfield segment value

identifierFLEX_VALUE NOT NULL VARCHAR2(150) Flexfield segment valueLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnENABLED_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Flag to indicate if the

flexfield segment value isenabled

SUMMARY_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Flag to indicate if the valueis a parent value with childvalues

START_DATE_ACTIVE NULL DATE The date the value becomesactive

END_DATE_ACTIVE NULL DATE The date the value expiresPARENT_FLEX_VALUE_LOW NULL VARCHAR2(60) Independent value that is

depended upon by the dependentsegment value

PARENT_FLEX_VALUE_HIGH NULL VARCHAR2(60) Not currently usedSTRUCTURED_HIERARCHY_LEVEL NULL NUMBER(15) The rollup group to which the

parent value belongsHIERARCHY_LEVEL NULL VARCHAR2(30) Hierarchy levelCOMPILED_VALUE_ATTRIBUTES NULL VARCHAR2(2000) The compiled values of any

segment qualifier assigned tothe segment value

VALUE_CATEGORY NULL VARCHAR2(30) The context column thatcontains the flexfieldstructure

ATTRIBUTE1 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE2 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE3 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE4 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE5 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE6 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE7 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE8 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE9 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE10 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE11 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE12 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE13 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE14 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE15 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE16 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE17 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE18 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE19 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE20 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE21 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE22 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE23 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE24 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE25 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE26 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Descriptive flexfield segment

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Column Descriptions (Continued)Name Null? Type Description

ATTRIBUTE27 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE28 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE29 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE30 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE31 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE32 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE33 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE34 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE35 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE36 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE37 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE38 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE39 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE40 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE41 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE42 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE43 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE44 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE45 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE46 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE47 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE48 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE49 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE50 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Descriptive flexfield segment

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_FLEX_VALUES_N1 NOT UNIQUE 1 FLEX_VALUE2 FLEX_VALUE_SET_ID

FND_FLEX_VALUES_N2 NOT UNIQUE 1 STRUCTURED_HIERARCHY_LEVEL2 FLEX_VALUE_SET_ID

FND_FLEX_VALUES_N3 NOT UNIQUE 1 FLEX_VALUE_SET_IDFND_FLEX_VALUES_U1 UNIQUE 1 FLEX_VALUE_IDFND_FLEX_VALUES_U2 UNIQUE 1 PARENT_FLEX_VALUE_LOW

2 FLEX_VALUE3 FLEX_VALUE_SET_ID

SequencesSequence Derived Column

FND_FLEX_VALUES_S FLEX_VALUE_ID

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FND_FLEX_VALUES_TL

FND_FLEX_VALUES_TL stores valid values for flexfield segments ineach of the installed languages. Each row includes an identifier for thevalue and the value itself. Each row also includes a language codeindicating what language the information is in. You need one row foreach independent, dependent, or parent value belonging to a value setin each of the installed languages.

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_FLEX_VALUES FLEX_VALUE_ID FLEX_VALUE_ID

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

FLEX_VALUE_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Flexfield segment valueidentifier

LANGUAGE (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(4) LanguageLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NULL NUMBER(10) Standard Who columnDESCRIPTION NULL VARCHAR2(240) DescriptionSOURCE_LANG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(4) The Language the text will

mirror. If text is not yettranslated into LANGUAGE thenany changes to the text in thesource language row will bereflected here as well.

FLEX_VALUE_MEANING NOT NULL VARCHAR2(150) Flexfield segment value meaning

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_FLEX_VALUES_TL_N1 NOT UNIQUE 1 DESCRIPTION4 LANGUAGE

FND_FLEX_VALUES_TL_N2 NOT UNIQUE 2 FLEX_VALUE_MEANING5 LANGUAGE

FND_FLEX_VALUES_TL_U1 UNIQUE 1 FLEX_VALUE_ID2 LANGUAGE

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_FLEX_VALUE_HIERARCHIES

FND_FLEX_VALUE_HIERARCHIES stores information about childvalue ranges for key flexfield segment values. Each row includes anidentification of the parent value the range belongs to, as well as the lowand high values that make up the range of child values.FLEX_VALUE_SET_ID identifies the value set to which the parent valuebelongs. You need one row for each range of child values (you can havemore than one row for each parent value). Oracle Application ObjectLibrary provides this information for applications reporting purposes. . .

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_FLEX_VALUE_SETS FLEX_VALUE_SET_ID FLEX_VALUE_SET_ID

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

FLEX_VALUE_SET_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(10) Flexfield value set identifierPARENT_FLEX_VALUE (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(60) The parent value to which the

range belongsCHILD_FLEX_VALUE_LOW (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(60) The low value of the range of

child valuesCHILD_FLEX_VALUE_HIGH (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(60) The high value of the range of

child valuesLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnSTART_DATE_ACTIVE NULL DATE The date the value hierarchy

becomes activeEND_DATE_ACTIVE NULL DATE The date the value hierarchy

expires

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_FLEX_VALUE_HIERARCHIES_N1 NOT UNIQUE 1 FLEX_VALUE_SET_ID2 PARENT_FLEX_VALUE3 CHILD_FLEX_VALUE_LOW4 CHILD_FLEX_VALUE_HIGH

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_FLEX_VALUE_NORM_HIERARCHY

FND_FLEX_VALUE_NORM_HIERARCHY stores information aboutmulti–level value hierarchies for independent and dependent value sets.Each row includes a value set name, a parent value, a flag to distinguisha child value from a parent value (RANGE_ATTRIBUTE), a low valuefor the range of child values, and a high value for the range of childvalues. Oracle Application Object Library uses this information tosupport multi–level hierarchy values.

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_FLEX_VALUE_SETS FLEX_VALUE_SET_ID FLEX_VALUE_SET_ID

QuickCodes ColumnsColumn QuickCodes Type QuickCodes Table

RANGE_ATTRIBUTE RANGE_ATTRIBUTE FND_LOOKUPSC ChildP Parent

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

FLEX_VALUE_SET_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(10) Flexfield value set identifierPARENT_FLEX_VALUE (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(60) The parent value to which the

range belongsRANGE_ATTRIBUTE (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Flag to distinguish a child

value from a parent valueCHILD_FLEX_VALUE_LOW (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(60) The low value of the range of

child valuesCHILD_FLEX_VALUE_HIGH (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(60) The high value of the range of

child valuesLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnSTART_DATE_ACTIVE NULL DATE The date the norm hierarchy

becomes activeEND_DATE_ACTIVE NULL DATE The date the norm hierarchy

becomes inactive

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_FLEX_VALUE_NORM_HIER_U1 UNIQUE 1 FLEX_VALUE_SET_ID2 PARENT_FLEX_VALUE3 RANGE_ATTRIBUTE4 CHILD_FLEX_VALUE_LOW5 CHILD_FLEX_VALUE_HIGH

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Sequences

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FND_FLEX_VALUE_RULES

FND_FLEX_VALUE_RULES stores information about flexfield valuesecurity rules. Each row includes the name and description of thesecurity rule, as well as the error message a user sees after entering avalue that violates the rule. FLEX_VALUE_SET_ID identifies the valueset to which the rule applies. If the rule applies to a dependent valueset, PARENT_FLEX_VALUE_LOW contains the independent value thedependent value depends upon. Oracle Application Object Librarydoes not use the PARENT_FLEX_VALUE_HIGH column. You need onerow for each flexfield security rule. Oracle Application Object Libraryuses this information to restrict access to certain flexfield segmentvalues. . .

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_FLEX_VALUE_SETS FLEX_VALUE_SET_ID FLEX_VALUE_SET_ID

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

FLEX_VALUE_RULE_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) The identifier for theflexfield value security rule

FLEX_VALUE_RULE_NAME NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30) The name of the security ruleFLEX_VALUE_SET_ID NOT NULL NUMBER(10) Flexfield value set identifierLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnPARENT_FLEX_VALUE_LOW NULL VARCHAR2(60) The independent value upon

which the dependent valuedepends

PARENT_FLEX_VALUE_HIGH NULL VARCHAR2(60) Not currently used

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_FLEX_VALUE_RULES_U1 UNIQUE 1 FLEX_VALUE_RULE_IDFND_FLEX_VALUE_RULES_U2 UNIQUE 1 FLEX_VALUE_RULE_NAME

2 FLEX_VALUE_SET_ID3 PARENT_FLEX_VALUE_LOW

SequencesSequence Derived Column

FND_FLEX_VALUE_RULES_S FLEX_VALUE_RULE_ID

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FND_FLEX_VALUE_RULES_TL

FND_FLEX_VALUE_RULES_TL stores translated information aboutflexfield security rules. Each row includes an identifier for the flexfieldvalue security rule, and the error message users see after entering avalue that violates the rule. Each row also includes a language codeindicating what language the information is in. You need one row foreach flexfield security rule in each of the installed languages.

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_FLEX_VALUE_RULES FLEX_VALUE_RULE_ID FLEX_VALUE_RULE_ID

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

FLEX_VALUE_RULE_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Flexfield value security ruleidentifier

LANGUAGE (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(4) LanguageLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NULL NUMBER(10) Standard Who columnERROR_MESSAGE NULL VARCHAR2(240) The message to display when the

security rule is being violatedSOURCE_LANG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(4) The Language the text will

mirror. If text is not yettranslated into LANGUAGE thenany changes to the text in thesource language row will bereflected here as well.

DESCRIPTION NULL VARCHAR2(240) Description

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_FLEX_VALUE_RULES_TL_N1 NOT UNIQUE 2 ERROR_MESSAGE4 LANGUAGE

FND_FLEX_VALUE_RULES_TL_U1 UNIQUE 1 FLEX_VALUE_RULE_ID2 LANGUAGE

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_FLEX_VALUE_RULE_LINES

FND_FLEX_VALUE_RULE_LINES stores rule elements for flexfieldvalue security rules. Each row includes values that identify the securityrule, a flag that indicates if the element is an include or exclude ruleelement, and the high and low segment values that make up the rangeincluded or excluded by the rule element. FLEX_VALUE_SET_IDidentifies the value set to which the rule element applies. If the ruleapplies to a dependent value set, PARENT_FLEX_VALUE_LOWcontains the independent value the dependent value depends upon.Oracle Application Object Library does not use thePARENT_FLEX_VALUE_HIGH column. You need one row for eachrule element of each flexfield security rule. Oracle Application ObjectLibrary uses this information to restrict access to certain flexfieldsegment values. . .

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_FLEX_VALUE_RULES FLEX_VALUE_RULE_ID FLEX_VALUE_RULE_IDFND_FLEX_VALUE_SETS FLEX_VALUE_SET_ID FLEX_VALUE_SET_ID

QuickCodes ColumnsColumn QuickCodes Type QuickCodes Table

INCLUDE_EXCLUDE_INDICATOR INCLUDE_EXCLUDE FND_LOOKUPSE ExcludeI Include

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

FLEX_VALUE_RULE_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) The identifier of the flexfieldvalue security rule

FLEX_VALUE_SET_ID NOT NULL NUMBER(10) Flexfield value set identifierLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnINCLUDE_EXCLUDE_INDICATOR (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Flag to indicate if the element

is an include or exclude ruleelement

FLEX_VALUE_LOW (PK) NULL VARCHAR2(60) The low segment value for therange included or excluded bythe rule element

FLEX_VALUE_HIGH (PK) NULL VARCHAR2(60) The high segment value for therange included or excluded bythe rule element

PARENT_FLEX_VALUE_LOW NULL VARCHAR2(60) The independent value uponwhich the dependent valuedepends

PARENT_FLEX_VALUE_HIGH NULL VARCHAR2(60) Not currently used

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Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_FLEX_VALUE_RULE_LINES_N1 NOT UNIQUE 1 FLEX_VALUE_RULE_ID2 FLEX_VALUE_LOW3 FLEX_VALUE_HIGH4 INCLUDE_EXCLUDE_INDICATOR

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_FLEX_VALUE_RULE_USAGES

FND_FLEX_VALUE_RULE_USAGES stores information about whichflexfield security rules are assigned to responsibilities. Each rowincludes values that identify the responsibility and the security rule.FLEX_VALUE_SET_ID identifies the value set to which the rule applies.If the rule applies to a dependent value set,PARENT_FLEX_VALUE_LOW contains the independent value thedependent value depends upon. Oracle Application Object Librarydoes not use the PARENT_FLEX_VALUE_HIGH column. You need onerow for each security rule assignment to a responsibility. OracleApplication Object Library uses this information to restrict access tocertain flexfield segment values based on a user’s responsibility. . .

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_FLEX_VALUE_RULES FLEX_VALUE_RULE_ID FLEX_VALUE_RULE_IDFND_FLEX_VALUE_SETS FLEX_VALUE_SET_ID FLEX_VALUE_SET_IDFND_RESPONSIBILITY APPLICATION_ID APPLICATION_ID

RESPONSIBILITY_ID RESPONSIBILITY_ID

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

APPLICATION_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Application identifierRESPONSIBILITY_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Responsibility identifierFLEX_VALUE_RULE_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Flexfield value security rule

identifierLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnFLEX_VALUE_SET_ID NOT NULL NUMBER(10) Flexfield value set identifierPARENT_FLEX_VALUE_LOW NULL VARCHAR2(60) The independent value upon

which the dependent valuedepends

PARENT_FLEX_VALUE_HIGH NULL VARCHAR2(60) Not currently used

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_FLEX_VALUE_RULE_USAGES_N1 NOT UNIQUE 1 APPLICATION_ID2 RESPONSIBILITY_ID3 FLEX_VALUE_SET_ID4 PARENT_FLEX_VALUE_LOW5 FLEX_VALUE_RULE_ID

FND_FLEX_VALUE_RULE_USAGES_U1 UNIQUE 1 APPLICATION_ID2 RESPONSIBILITY_ID3 FLEX_VALUE_RULE_ID

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Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_FLEX_VALUE_SETS

FND_FLEX_VALUE_SETS stores information about the value sets usedby both key and descriptive flexfields. Each row includes theapplication identifier, the name and description of the value set, thevalidation type of value set (F for Table, I for Independent, D forDependent, N for None, P for Pair, U for Special), the data format type,the maximum and minimum values and precision for number formattype value set. Each row also contains flags that determine what sizevalues can be in this value set, and whether flexfield value security andLOV’s LongList feature are enabled for this value set.NUMERIC_MODE_ENABLED_FLAG indicates whether OracleApplication Object Library should right–justify and zero–fill values thatcontain only the characters 0 through 9; it does not indicate that valuesin this value set are of type NUMBER. MAXIMUM_VALUE andMINIMUM_VALUE together do range checks on values. If the value setis a dependent value set, PARENT_FLEX_VALUE_SET_ID identifies theindependent value set the current dependent value set depends upon.Also if the value set is a dependent value set,DEPENDANT_DEFAULT_VALUE andDEPENDANT_DEFAULT_MEANING contain the default value anddescription that Oracle Application Object Library should automaticallycreate in the dependent value set whenever you create a new value inthe independent value set it depends upon. You need one row for eachvalue set you have for your flexfields. Oracle Application ObjectLibrary uses this information to assign groups of valid values toflexfield segments. . .

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_FLEX_VALUE_SETS FLEX_VALUE_SET_ID PARENT_FLEX_VALUE_SET_ID

QuickCodes ColumnsColumn QuickCodes Type QuickCodes Table

ALPHANUMERIC_ALLOWED_FLAG YES_NO FND_LOOKUPSN NoY Yes

FORMAT_TYPE FIELD_TYPE FND_LOOKUPSC CharD DateM MoneyN NumberT DateTimet Time

LONGLIST_FLAG YES_NO FND_LOOKUPSN NoY Yes

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QuickCodes Columns (Continued)Column QuickCodes Type QuickCodes Table

NUMERIC_MODE_ENABLED_FLAG YES_NO FND_LOOKUPSN NoY Yes

PROTECTED_FLAG YES_NO FND_LOOKUPSN NoY Yes

SECURITY_ENABLED_FLAG YES_NO FND_LOOKUPSN NoY Yes

UPPERCASE_ONLY_FLAG YES_NO FND_LOOKUPSN NoY Yes

VALIDATION_TYPE SEG_VAL_TYPES FND_LOOKUPSD DependentF TableI IndependentN NoneP PairU Special

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

FLEX_VALUE_SET_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(10) Flexfield value set identifierFLEX_VALUE_SET_NAME NOT NULL VARCHAR2(60) Value set nameLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnVALIDATION_TYPE NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Validation typePROTECTED_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Flag to indicate if this is a

protected value setSECURITY_ENABLED_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Flag to indicate whether the

flexfield security rules forthe value set are enabled

LONGLIST_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Flag to indicate whether theLOV LongList feature for thevalue set is enabled

FORMAT_TYPE NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Format typeMAXIMUM_SIZE NOT NULL NUMBER(3) The maximum size of values in

the value setALPHANUMERIC_ALLOWED_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Flag to indicate whether values

with alphanumeric characterscan be in the value set

UPPERCASE_ONLY_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Flag to indicate if all thevalues in the value set shouldall be in uppercase

NUMERIC_MODE_ENABLED_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Flag to indicate if OracleApplication Object Libraryshould right–justify andzero–fill values for segmentsthat use the value set

DESCRIPTION NULL VARCHAR2(240) DescriptionDEPENDANT_DEFAULT_VALUE NULL VARCHAR2(60) The default value for the

dependent value setDEPENDANT_DEFAULT_MEANING NULL VARCHAR2(240) Descritpion of default value

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Column Descriptions (Continued)Name Null? Type Description

PARENT_FLEX_VALUE_SET_ID NULL NUMBER(10) The independent value set onwhich the dependent value setdepends

MINIMUM_VALUE NULL VARCHAR2(150) Minimum valueMAXIMUM_VALUE NULL VARCHAR2(150) Maximum valueNUMBER_PRECISION NULL NUMBER(2) Precision

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_FLEX_VALUE_SETS_U1 UNIQUE 1 FLEX_VALUE_SET_IDFND_FLEX_VALUE_SETS_U2 UNIQUE 1 FLEX_VALUE_SET_NAME

SequencesSequence Derived Column

FND_FLEX_VALUE_SETS_S FLEX_VALUE_SET_ID

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FND_FLEX_VDATION_RULES_TL

FND_FLEX_VDATION_RULES_TL stores translated information aboutkey flexfield cross–validation rules. Each row includes an applicationidentifier, the key flexfield code and structure number, the name of thecross–validation rule, and the message that appears when the userenters an invalid combination of values. Each row also includes alanguage code indicating what language the information is in. You needone row for each cross–validation rule in each of the installed languages.

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_FLEX_VALIDATION_RULES APPLICATION_ID APPLICATION_IDID_FLEX_CODE ID_FLEX_CODEID_FLEX_NUM ID_FLEX_NUMFLEX_VALIDATION_RULE_NAME FLEX_VALIDATION_RULE_NAME

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

APPLICATION_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(10) Application identifierID_FLEX_CODE (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(4) Key flexfield codeID_FLEX_NUM (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Key flexfield structure numberFLEX_VALIDATION_RULE_NAME (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(15) Name of the cross–validation

ruleLANGUAGE (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(4) LanguageLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NULL NUMBER(10) Standard Who columnERROR_MESSAGE_TEXT NOT NULL VARCHAR2(240) The error message to be

displayed when the rule isviolated

SOURCE_LANG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(4) The Language the text willmirror. If text is not yettranslated into LANGUAGE thenany changes to the text in thesource language row will bereflected here as well.

DESCRIPTION NULL VARCHAR2(240) Description

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_FLEX_VDATION_RULES_TL_N1 NOT UNIQUE 2 ERROR_MESSAGE_TEXT4 LANGUAGE

FND_FLEX_VDATION_RULES_TL_U1 UNIQUE 1 APPLICATION_ID2 ID_FLEX_CODE3 ID_FLEX_NUM4 FLEX_VALIDATION_RULE_NAME5 LANGUAGE

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Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_FLEX_WORKFLOW_PROCESSES

Oracle workflow processes used to generate key flexfield codecombinations.

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_ID_FLEX_STRUCTURES APPLICATION_ID APPLICATION_IDID_FLEX_CODE ID_FLEX_CODEID_FLEX_NUM ID_FLEX_NUM

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

APPLICATION_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(10) Key Flexfield ApplicationIdentifier

ID_FLEX_CODE (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(4) Key Flexfield CodeID_FLEX_NUM (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Key Flexfield Structure NumberWF_ITEM_TYPE (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(8) Oracle Workflow item typeWF_PROCESS_NAME NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30) Oracle Workflow process nameLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who column

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_FLEX_WORKFLOW_PROCESSES_U1 UNIQUE 1 APPLICATION_ID2 ID_FLEX_CODE3 ID_FLEX_NUM4 WF_ITEM_TYPE

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_FOLDERS

FND_FOLDERS stores information about customized folders. Each rowincludes the folder identifier, the name of the folder, the object (whichuniquely identifies the set of fields in the form), the screen width ininches, and the flag that determines whether the folder can be openedby users other than the folder owner. Each row also includes a flag thatindicates whether the window region perform query upon opening thefolder, a where clause, and a order by clause. One row is inserted intothis table every time a folder is customized and saved. You need onerow for each folder customization.

QuickCodes ColumnsColumn QuickCodes Type QuickCodes Table

AUTOQUERY_FLAG YES_NO FND_LOOKUPSN NoY Yes

PUBLIC_FLAG YES_NO FND_LOOKUPSN NoY Yes

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

FOLDER_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER Folder identifierOBJECT NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30) Folder objectNAME NOT NULL VARCHAR2(80) Folder nameWINDOW_WIDTH NOT NULL NUMBER WidthPUBLIC_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Flag to indicate if the folder

can be opened by users otherthan the owner

AUTOQUERY_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Flag to indicate whether toperform autoquery when thefolder is opened

CREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NULL NUMBER Standard Who columnWHERE_CLAUSE NULL VARCHAR2(2000) Where clauseORDER_BY NULL VARCHAR2(30) Order by clauseLANGUAGE NULL VARCHAR2(4) Language code. Language for

which folder definition applies

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_FOLDERS_U1 UNIQUE 1 FOLDER_ID

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Indexes (Continued)Index Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_FOLDERS_U2 UNIQUE 1 OBJECT2 CREATED_BY3 NAME5 LANGUAGE

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_FOLDER_COLUMNS

FND_FOLDER_COLUMNS stores information about displayed fields infolders. Each row includes the folder identifier, the name of thedisplayed field, the sequence in which the columns are to be renderedfrom left to right, the display width for the field (in inches), and theprompt for the field. DISPLAY_MODE is always ’N’ for this table. Youneed one row for each displayed field in each folder. For single–rowfolders, this table keeps track of the screen position of the field when theuser last saved the folder.

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_FOLDERS FOLDER_ID FOLDER_ID

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

FOLDER_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER Folder identifierDISPLAY_MODE NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Always ’N’ITEM_NAME NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30) Item nameSEQUENCE (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER SequenceCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NULL NUMBER Standard Who columnITEM_WIDTH NULL NUMBER Item width in inchesITEM_PROMPT NULL VARCHAR2(80) Display prompt for the itemX_POSITION NULL NUMBER Screen position of the field

when user last saved folderY_POSITION NULL NUMBER Screen position of the field

when user last saved folder

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_FOLDER_COLUMNS_N1 NOT UNIQUE 1 FOLDER_ID

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_FOREIGN_KEYS

FND_FOREIGN_KEYS stores information about the registered foreignkeys in your applications. Each row includes the name and adescription of the foreign key, the primary key it references, the cascadebehavior, the relation, and any special condition. You need one row foreach foreign key in each application. Oracle Applications uses thisinformation when installing and upgrading the database. . .

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_PRIMARY_KEYS APPLICATION_ID PRIMARY_KEY_APPLICATION_IDTABLE_ID PRIMARY_KEY_TABLE_IDPRIMARY_KEY_ID PRIMARY_KEY_ID

FND_TABLES APPLICATION_ID APPLICATION_IDTABLE_ID TABLE_ID

QuickCodes ColumnsColumn QuickCodes Type QuickCodes Table

CASCADE_BEHAVIOR CASCADE_BEHAVIOR FND_LOOKUPSC DeleteN NoneU UpdateX Check Parent

ENABLED_FLAG YES_NO FND_LOOKUPSN NoY Yes

FOREIGN_KEY_RELATION FOREIGN_KEY_RELATION FND_LOOKUPSL LooseT Tight

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

APPLICATION_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Application identifierTABLE_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Table identifierFOREIGN_KEY_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Foreign key identifierFOREIGN_KEY_NAME NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30) Foreign key nameLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnPRIMARY_KEY_APPLICATION_ID NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Primary key application

identifierPRIMARY_KEY_TABLE_ID NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Primary key table identifierPRIMARY_KEY_ID NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Primary key identifierCASCADE_BEHAVIOR NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Cascade behaviorFOREIGN_KEY_RELATION NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Foreign key relationDESCRIPTION NULL VARCHAR2(240) DescriptionCONDITION NULL VARCHAR2(2000) Condition statement for

conditional foreign keys (arcrelationships)

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Column Descriptions (Continued)Name Null? Type Description

ENABLED_FLAG NULL VARCHAR2(1) Determines whether this keywill be created as an enabledor disabled constraint

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_FOREIGN_KEYS_N1 NOT UNIQUE 1 PRIMARY_KEY_APPLICATION_ID2 PRIMARY_KEY_TABLE_ID3 PRIMARY_KEY_ID

FND_FOREIGN_KEYS_U1 UNIQUE 1 APPLICATION_ID2 TABLE_ID3 FOREIGN_KEY_ID

FND_FOREIGN_KEYS_U2 UNIQUE 1 FOREIGN_KEY_NAME2 APPLICATION_ID3 TABLE_ID

SequencesSequence Derived Column

FND_FOREIGN_KEYS_S FOREIGN_KEY_ID

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FND_FOREIGN_KEY_COLUMNS

FND_FOREIGN_KEY_COLUMNS stores information about individualcolumns in foreign keys. Each row includes the foreign key it is a partof, the sequence in the foreign key, and a cascade value. You need onerow for each foreign key column in each application. OracleApplications uses this information when installing and upgrading thedatabase. . .

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_COLUMNS APPLICATION_ID APPLICATION_IDTABLE_ID TABLE_IDCOLUMN_ID COLUMN_ID

FND_FOREIGN_KEYS APPLICATION_ID APPLICATION_IDTABLE_ID TABLE_IDFOREIGN_KEY_ID FOREIGN_KEY_ID

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

APPLICATION_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Application identifierTABLE_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Table identifierFOREIGN_KEY_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Foreign key identifierFOREIGN_KEY_SEQUENCE (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Sequence of the column in the

foreign keyCOLUMN_ID NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Column identifierLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnCASCADE_VALUE NULL VARCHAR2(80) Cascade value

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_FOREIGN_KEY_COLUMNS_U1 UNIQUE 1 APPLICATION_ID2 TABLE_ID3 FOREIGN_KEY_ID4 FOREIGN_KEY_SEQUENCE

FND_FOREIGN_KEY_COLUMNS_U2 UNIQUE 1 APPLICATION_ID2 TABLE_ID3 COLUMN_ID4 FOREIGN_KEY_ID

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_FORM

FND_FORM stores information about your registered application forms.Each row includes names (the actual SQL*Forms form name, and theEasyForm form title) and a description of the form. Each row alsoincludes a flag that indicates whether this form is included in theAuditTrail audit set. You need one row for each form in eachapplication. Oracle Application Object Library uses this information forthe Regression Tester, on–line Help, EasyForm, Zoom, AuditTrail andother purposes. . .

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_APPLICATION APPLICATION_ID APPLICATION_ID

QuickCodes ColumnsColumn QuickCodes Type QuickCodes Table

AUDIT_ENABLED_FLAG YES_NO FND_LOOKUPSN NoY Yes

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

APPLICATION_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER Application identifierFORM_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER Form identifierFORM_NAME NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30) Form nameLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnAUDIT_ENABLED_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Flag to indicate if this form

is included in the AuditTrialaudit set

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_FORM_U1 UNIQUE 1 APPLICATION_ID2 FORM_ID

FND_FORM_U2 UNIQUE 1 FORM_NAME2 APPLICATION_ID

SequencesSequence Derived Column

FND_FORM_S FORM_ID

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FND_FORM_FUNCTIONS

FND_FORM_FUNCTIONS stores information about function groupingin forms. Each row includes a function identifier, the function name,and the application identifier. Each row also includes the form identifierand the parameters for calling the form. You need one row for eachfunction. Oracle Application Object Library uses this information toimplementation the subdivision of forms into different functionalitygroups using the existing menu system. This view is only used forOracle Applications in GUI mode. .

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_FORM APPLICATION_ID APPLICATION_IDFORM_ID FORM_ID

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

FUNCTION_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER Function identifierFUNCTION_NAME NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30) Function nameAPPLICATION_ID NULL NUMBER Application identifierFORM_ID NULL NUMBER Form identifierPARAMETERS NULL VARCHAR2(2000) ParametersCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnTYPE NULL VARCHAR2(30) Function typeWEB_HOST_NAME NULL VARCHAR2(80) IP address or alias of machine

where the Webserver is running.Defaults to the last agent used

WEB_AGENT_NAME NULL VARCHAR2(80) Name of Oracle Web Agent.Defaults to the last agent used

WEB_HTML_CALL NULL VARCHAR2(240) Contains the URL to activatethis function. It may be eithera static page or a procedure

WEB_ENCRYPT_PARAMETERS NULL VARCHAR2(1) Flag signifies when encryptparameters are on a web page

WEB_SECURED NULL VARCHAR2(1) Indicates whether a functioncan be run withoutauthentication the user

WEB_ICON NULL VARCHAR2(30) Icon name for OSSWA menudisplay

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

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IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_FORM_FUNCTIONS_N1 NOT UNIQUE 1 APPLICATION_ID2 FORM_ID

FND_FORM_FUNCTIONS_U1 UNIQUE 1 FUNCTION_IDFND_FORM_FUNCTIONS_U2 UNIQUE 1 FUNCTION_NAME

SequencesSequence Derived Column

FND_FORM_FUNCTIONS_S FUNCTION_ID

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FND_FORM_FUNCTIONS_TL

FND_FORM_FUNCTIONS_TL stores translated information aboutfunction grouping in forms. Each row includes the function identifier,the title of the function, and the language code to indicate whatlanguage the information is in. You need one row for each function ineach of the installed languages.

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_FORM_FUNCTIONS FUNCTION_ID FUNCTION_ID

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

LANGUAGE (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(4) LanguageFUNCTION_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER Function identifierUSER_FUNCTION_NAME NOT NULL VARCHAR2(80) Function titleCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnDESCRIPTION NULL VARCHAR2(240) DescriptionSOURCE_LANG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(4) The Language the text will

mirror. If text is not yettranslated into LANGUAGE thenany changes to the text in thesource language row will bereflected here as well.

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_FORM_FUNCTIONS_TL_U1 UNIQUE 1 FUNCTION_ID2 LANGUAGE

FND_FORM_FUNCTIONS_TL_U2 UNIQUE 2 USER_FUNCTION_NAME4 LANGUAGE

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_FORM_TL

FND_FORM_TL stores translated information about your registeredapplication forms. Each row includes the application identifier, the formidentifier, the form title, and the description for the form. Each row alsoincludes a language to indicate the language the information is in. Youneed one row for each form in each application in each of the installedlanguages.

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_FORM APPLICATION_ID APPLICATION_IDFORM_ID FORM_ID

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

APPLICATION_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER Application identifierFORM_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER Form identifierLANGUAGE (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(4) LanguageUSER_FORM_NAME NOT NULL VARCHAR2(80) Form titleCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnDESCRIPTION NULL VARCHAR2(240) DescriptionSOURCE_LANG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(4) The Language the text will

mirror. If text is not yettranslated into LANGUAGE thenany changes to the text in thesource language row will bereflected here as well.

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_FORM_TL_U1 UNIQUE 1 APPLICATION_ID2 FORM_ID3 LANGUAGE

FND_FORM_TL_U2 UNIQUE 2 APPLICATION_ID3 USER_FORM_NAME5 LANGUAGE

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_HELP_DOCUMENTS

FND_HELP_DOCUMENTS stores information about on–line helpdocuments.

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_LOBS FILE_ID FILE_ID

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

FILE_ID NOT NULL NUMBER(15) File identifier (FK tofnd_lobs.file_id)

LANGUAGE NOT NULL VARCHAR2(4) Document languageAPPLICATION NOT NULL VARCHAR2(50) Application short name (FK to

fnd_application.application_short_name)

FILE_NAME NOT NULL VARCHAR2(256) Document file nameCUSTOM_LEVEL NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Customization level of

document{{HR}}10 – Reserved(AOL)\{{HR}}20 – Baseproduct{{HR}}30 –Vertical{{HR}}40 –Localization{{HR}}100 –Customer

TITLE NULL VARCHAR2(256) Document titleVERSION NULL VARCHAR2(256) Document version string of form

’$Header...’

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_HELP_DOCUMENTS_U1 UNIQUE 1 FILE_IDFND_HELP_DOCUMENTS_U2 UNIQUE 1 FILE_NAME

2 APPLICATION3 CUSTOM_LEVEL4 LANGUAGE

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_HELP_TARGETS

FND_HELP_TARGETS stores information about on–line help targets

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_HELP_DOCUMENTS FILE_ID FILE_ID

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

TARGET_NAME NOT NULL VARCHAR2(256) Name of help targetFILE_ID NOT NULL NUMBER(15) File identifier (FK to

fnd_help_documents.file_id)

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_HELP_TARGETS_U1 UNIQUE 1 FILE_ID2 TARGET_NAME

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_HELP_TREE

FND_HELP_TREE stores information for the on–line help systemnavigation tree.

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

LANGUAGE NOT NULL VARCHAR2(4) Node languagePARENT_APPLICATION NOT NULL VARCHAR2(50) Parent node application

(’FND_NULL’ if very top level)PARENT_KEY NOT NULL VARCHAR2(32) Parent node key (’FND_NULL’ if

very top level)NODE_APPLICATION NOT NULL VARCHAR2(50) Node applicationNODE_KEY NOT NULL VARCHAR2(32) Node keyCUSTOM_LEVEL NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Customization levelDISPLAY_SEQUENCE NOT NULL NUMBER Display sequence below parent

nodeTYPE NOT NULL VARCHAR2(8) Type of tree node: ROOT (top

level parent of a logicaltree), NODE (navigation node),DOCUMENT (document leaf), orDELETE (overrides and removeslower level entry)

PROMPT NOT NULL VARCHAR2(80) Prompt to display in treeICON NULL VARCHAR2(30) Icon to display in treeDESCRIPTION NULL VARCHAR2(256) Node descriptionDATA NULL VARCHAR2(2000) Node contents (

| @

|

)

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_HELP_TREE_U1 UNIQUE 1 NODE_APPLICATION2 NODE_KEY3 PARENT_APPLICATION4 PARENT_KEY5 CUSTOM_LEVEL6 LANGUAGE

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_HISTOGRAM_COLS

FND_HISTOGRAM_COLS stores information about histogramcandidate columns that is used by the statistics gathering packageFND_STATS. The COST–BASED–OPTIMIZER requires that histogramsbe created on columns containing skewed data. During the statisticsgathering procedure, FND_STATS creates histograms on all columnscontained in this table.

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

APPLICATION_ID NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Application identifier ofapplication that owns thetable.

TABLE_NAME NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30) Name of table potentiallycontaining skewed data

COLUMN_NAME NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30) Name of column that is acandidate for a histogram

PARTITION NULL VARCHAR2(30) Partition name if table is apartitioned table

HSIZE NULL NUMBER Bucket size for the histogramCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NULL NUMBER Standard Who column

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_HISTOGRAM_COLS_U1 UNIQUE 1 APPLICATION_ID2 TABLE_NAME3 COLUMN_NAME4 PARTITION

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_ID_FLEXS

FND_ID_FLEXS stores registration information about key flexfields.Each row includes the four–character code that identifies the keyflexfield, the title of the flexfield (by which a user identifies theflexfield), the name of the combinations table that contains the keyflexfield columns, and the name of the structure defining (MultiFlex)column for the flexfield (SET_DEFINING_COLUMN_NAME). Each rowalso contains values that identify the application that owns thecombination table and the application that owns the key flexfield, atable–type flag that specifies whether the combinations table is specificor generic (S or G), whether dynamic inserts are feasible for the flexfield(Y or N), whether the key flexfield can use ID type value sets, and thename of the unique ID column in the combinations table. You need onerow for each key flexfield in each application. Oracle Application ObjectLibrary uses this information to generate a compiled key flexfielddefinition. . .

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_APPLICATION APPLICATION_ID APPLICATION_IDFND_TABLES APPLICATION_ID TABLE_APPLICATION_ID

TABLE_NAME APPLICATION_TABLE_NAME

QuickCodes ColumnsColumn QuickCodes Type QuickCodes Table

ALLOW_ID_VALUESETS YES_NO FND_LOOKUPSN NoY Yes

APPLICATION_TABLE_TYPE KEY_FLEXFIELD_TABLE_TYPE FND_LOOKUPSG GenericS Specific

DYNAMIC_INSERTS_FEASIBLE_FLAG YES_NO FND_LOOKUPSN NoY Yes

INDEX_FLAG YES_NO FND_LOOKUPSN NoY Yes

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

APPLICATION_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(10) select application_id fromfnd_tables where table_name =fnd_id_flexs.application_table_name and rownum = 1

ID_FLEX_CODE (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(4) Key flexfield codeID_FLEX_NAME NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30) Key flexfield structure

identifierLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who column

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Column Descriptions (Continued)Name Null? Type Description

CREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnTABLE_APPLICATION_ID NOT NULL NUMBER(10) select application_id from

fnd_tables where table_name =fnd_id_flexs.application_table_name and rownum = 1

APPLICATION_TABLE_NAME NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30) Name of combination tableALLOW_ID_VALUESETS NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Flag to indicate whether to

allow ID type value setDYNAMIC_INSERTS_FEASIBLE_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Flag to indicate if dynamic

insert is allowed for theflexfield

INDEX_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Flag to indicate whether tolock the code combination tablein exclusive mode beforeperforming inserts

UNIQUE_ID_COLUMN_NAME NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30) The name of the unique IDcolumn in the combinationstable

DESCRIPTION NULL VARCHAR2(240) DescriptionAPPLICATION_TABLE_TYPE NULL VARCHAR2(1) Falg to indicate if the

combination table is generic orspecific

SET_DEFINING_COLUMN_NAME NULL VARCHAR2(30) The name of the structuredefining multi–flex column forthe flexfield

MAXIMUM_CONCATENATION_LEN NULL NUMBER(15) The maximum length for theconcatenated flexfieldcombination

CONCATENATION_LEN_WARNING NULL VARCHAR2(240) The warning message displayedwhen a concatenated segmentlength is greater than themaximum concatenation length

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_ID_FLEXS_U1 UNIQUE 1 APPLICATION_ID2 ID_FLEX_CODE

FND_ID_FLEXS_U2 UNIQUE 1 APPLICATION_ID2 ID_FLEX_NAME

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_ID_FLEX_SEGMENTS

FND_ID_FLEX_SEGMENTS stores setup information about keyflexfield segments, as well as the correspondences between applicationtable columns and the key flexfield segments the columns are used for.Each row includes a flexfield application identifier, the flexfield code,which identifies the key flexfield, the structure number(ID_FLEX_NUM), the value set application identifier, the segmentnumber (the segment’s sequence in the flexfield window), the name ofthe column the segment corresponds to (usually SEGMENTn, where n isan integer). Each row also includes the segment name, whether securityis enabled for the segment, whether the segment is required, whetherthe segment is one of a high, low segment pair, whether the segment isdisplayed, whether the segment is enabled (Y or N), type of defaultvalue, display information about the segment such as prompts anddisplay size, and the value set the segment uses. Each row also includesa flag for whether the table column is indexed; this value is normally Y.You need one row for each segment of each structure for each flexfield.Oracle Application Object Library uses this information to generate acompiled key flexfield definition to store in theFND_COMPILED_ID_FLEXS table. . .

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_FLEX_VALUE_SETS FLEX_VALUE_SET_ID FLEX_VALUE_SET_IDFND_ID_FLEX_STRUCTURES ID_FLEX_CODE ID_FLEX_CODE

ID_FLEX_NUM ID_FLEX_NUMAPPLICATION_ID APPLICATION_ID

QuickCodes ColumnsColumn QuickCodes Type QuickCodes Table

APPLICATION_COLUMN_INDEX_FLAG YES_NO FND_LOOKUPSN NoY Yes

DEFAULT_TYPE FLEX_DEFAULT_TYPE FND_LOOKUPSC ConstantD Current DateF FieldP ProfileS SQL StatementT Current Times Segment

DISPLAY_FLAG YES_NO FND_LOOKUPSN NoY Yes

ENABLED_FLAG YES_NO FND_LOOKUPSN NoY Yes

RANGE_CODE RANGE_CODES FND_LOOKUPS

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QuickCodes Columns (Continued)Column QuickCodes Type QuickCodes Table

H HighL LowP Pair

REQUIRED_FLAG YES_NO FND_LOOKUPSN NoY Yes

SECURITY_ENABLED_FLAG YES_NO FND_LOOKUPSN NoY Yes

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

APPLICATION_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(10) Application identifierID_FLEX_CODE (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(4) Key flexfield codeID_FLEX_NUM (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Key flexfield structure numberAPPLICATION_COLUMN_NAME (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30) Flexfield column nameSEGMENT_NAME NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30) Segment nameLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnSEGMENT_NUM NOT NULL NUMBER(3) Segment numberAPPLICATION_COLUMN_INDEX_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Flag to indicate if the

flexfield column is indexedENABLED_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Flag to indicate if the segment

is enabledREQUIRED_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Flag to indicate if a value

must be entered for thissegment

DISPLAY_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Flag to indicate if the segmentshould be displayed

DISPLAY_SIZE NOT NULL NUMBER(3) The display size of the segmentSECURITY_ENABLED_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Flag to indicate if security is

enabled for the segmentMAXIMUM_DESCRIPTION_LEN NOT NULL NUMBER(3) The maximum description size

for the segmentCONCATENATION_DESCRIPTION_LEN NOT NULL NUMBER(3) The size of the concatenated

flexfield descriptionFLEX_VALUE_SET_ID NULL NUMBER(10) Flexfield value set identifierRANGE_CODE NULL VARCHAR2(1) Range code can be High or LowDEFAULT_TYPE NULL VARCHAR2(1) Type of default valueDEFAULT_VALUE NULL VARCHAR2(2000) The default value for the

segment

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_ID_FLEX_SEGMENTS_N1 NOT UNIQUE 1 FLEX_VALUE_SET_IDFND_ID_FLEX_SEGMENTS_U1 UNIQUE 1 APPLICATION_ID

2 ID_FLEX_CODE3 ID_FLEX_NUM4 APPLICATION_COLUMN_NAME

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Indexes (Continued)Index Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_ID_FLEX_SEGMENTS_U2 UNIQUE 2 APPLICATION_ID4 ID_FLEX_CODE6 ID_FLEX_NUM8 SEGMENT_NAME

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_ID_FLEX_SEGMENTS_TL

FND_ID_FLEX_SEGMENTS_TL stores translated setup informationabout key flexfield segments, as well as the corresponding applicationtable columns for the flexfield segments. Each row includes a flexfieldapplication identifier, the flexfield code, the flexfield structure number,and the table column. Each row also includes display prompts for thesegment, and the language code indicating the language the informationis in. You need one row for each key flexfield segment in each of theinstalled languages.

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_ID_FLEX_SEGMENTS APPLICATION_ID APPLICATION_IDID_FLEX_CODE ID_FLEX_CODEID_FLEX_NUM ID_FLEX_NUMAPPLICATION_COLUMN_NAME APPLICATION_COLUMN_NAME

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

APPLICATION_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(10) Application identifierID_FLEX_CODE (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(4) Key flexfield codeID_FLEX_NUM (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Key flexfield structure numberAPPLICATION_COLUMN_NAME (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30) Flexfield column nameLANGUAGE (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(4) LanguageLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NULL NUMBER(10) Standard Who columnFORM_LEFT_PROMPT NOT NULL VARCHAR2(80) The left prompt for the segment

in the flexfield windowFORM_ABOVE_PROMPT NOT NULL VARCHAR2(80) The above prompt for the

segment in the flexfield windowDESCRIPTION NULL VARCHAR2(240) DescriptionSOURCE_LANG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(4) The Language the text will

mirror. If text is not yettranslated into LANGUAGE thenany changes to the text in thesource language row will bereflected here as well.

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_ID_FLEX_SEGMENTS_TL_N1 NOT UNIQUE 2 FORM_ABOVE_PROMPT3 FORM_LEFT_PROMPT5 LANGUAGE

FND_ID_FLEX_SEGMENTS_TL_U1 UNIQUE 1 APPLICATION_ID2 ID_FLEX_CODE3 ID_FLEX_NUM4 APPLICATION_COLUMN_NAME5 LANGUAGE

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Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_ID_FLEX_STRUCTURES

FND_ID_FLEX_STRUCTURES stores structure information about keyflexfields. Each row includes the flexfield code and the structurenumber (ID_FLEX_NUM), which together identify the structure, and thename and description of the structure. Each row also includes valuesthat indicate whether the flexfield structure is currently frozen, whetherrollup groups are frozen (FREEZE_STRUCTURED_HIER_FLAG),whether users can dynamically insert new combinations of segmentvalues through the flexfield pop–up window, and whether the flexfieldshould use segment cross–validation rules. Each row also containsinformation about shorthand flexfield entry for this structure, includingwhether shorthand entry is enabled, the prompt for the shorthandwindow, and the length of the shorthand alias field in the shorthandwindow. You need one row for each structure of each key flexfield.Oracle Application Object Library uses this information to generate acompiled key flexfield definition to store in theFND_COMPILED_ID_FLEXS table. . .

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_ID_FLEXS ID_FLEX_CODE ID_FLEX_CODEAPPLICATION_ID APPLICATION_ID

QuickCodes ColumnsColumn QuickCodes Type QuickCodes Table

CROSS_SEGMENT_VALIDATION_FLAG YES_NO FND_LOOKUPSN NoY Yes

DYNAMIC_INSERTS_ALLOWED_FLAG YES_NO FND_LOOKUPSN NoY Yes

ENABLED_FLAG YES_NO FND_LOOKUPSN NoY Yes

FREEZE_FLEX_DEFINITION_FLAG YES_NO FND_LOOKUPSN NoY Yes

FREEZE_STRUCTURED_HIER_FLAG YES_NO FND_LOOKUPSN NoY Yes

SHORTHAND_ENABLED_FLAG YES_NO FND_LOOKUPSN NoY Yes

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Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

APPLICATION_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(10) select t.application_id fromfnd_tables t, fnd_id_flexs fwhere t.table_name =f.application_table_name andf.id_flex_code =fnd_id_flex_structures.id_flex_code and rownum = 1

ID_FLEX_CODE (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(4) Key flexfield codeID_FLEX_NUM (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Key flexfield structure numberLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NULL NUMBER(10) Standard Who columnCONCATENATED_SEGMENT_DELIMITER NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) The segment delimiter used to

separate segments inconcatenated segments

CROSS_SEGMENT_VALIDATION_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Flag to indicate whether theflexfield should be validatedby cross–validation rules

DYNAMIC_INSERTS_ALLOWED_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Flag to indicate whether userscan insert new flexfieldcombinations dynamically

ENABLED_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Enabled flagFREEZE_FLEX_DEFINITION_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Flag to indicate if the

flexfield structure is frozenFREEZE_STRUCTURED_HIER_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Flag to indicate if the

flexfield rollup group isfrozen

SHORTHAND_ENABLED_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Flag to indicate whethershorthand alias is enabled forthe flexfield structure

SHORTHAND_LENGTH NULL NUMBER(3) The display size of theshorthand alias field in theshorthand window

STRUCTURE_VIEW_NAME NULL VARCHAR2(30) Key flexfield structure viewname that a user specifies

ID_FLEX_STRUCTURE_CODE NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30) Developer key for key flexfieldstructure

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_ID_FLEX_STRUCTURES_U1 UNIQUE 1 APPLICATION_ID2 ID_FLEX_CODE3 ID_FLEX_NUM

FND_ID_FLEX_STRUCTURES_U2 UNIQUE 1 APPLICATION_ID2 ID_FLEX_CODE3 ID_FLEX_STRUCTURE_CODE

SequencesSequence Derived Column

FND_ID_FLEX_STRUCTURES_S ID_FLEX_NUM

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FND_ID_FLEX_STRUCTURES_TL

FND_ID_FLEX_STRUCTURES_TL stores structure information aboutkey flexfields in each of the installed languages. Each row includes anapplication identifier, key flexfield code, key flexfield structure number,and key flexfield structure name. Each row also includes a descriptionof the structure, the shorthand window prompt, and the language codeindicating the language the information is in. You need one row foreach structure for every key flexfield in each of the installed languages.

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_ID_FLEX_STRUCTURES APPLICATION_ID APPLICATION_IDID_FLEX_CODE ID_FLEX_CODEID_FLEX_NUM ID_FLEX_NUM

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

APPLICATION_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(10) Application identifierID_FLEX_CODE (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(4) Key flexfield codeID_FLEX_NUM (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Key flexfield structure numberLANGUAGE (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(4) LanguageLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NULL NUMBER(10) Standard Who columnID_FLEX_STRUCTURE_NAME NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30) Key flexfield structure nameDESCRIPTION NULL VARCHAR2(240) DescriptionSHORTHAND_PROMPT NULL VARCHAR2(80) The display prompt for

shorthand windowSOURCE_LANG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(4) The Language the text will

mirror. If text is not yettranslated into LANGUAGE thenany changes to the text in thesource language row will bereflected here as well.

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_ID_FLEX_STRUCTURES_TL_N1 NOT UNIQUE 2 ID_FLEX_STRUCTURE_NAME4 LANGUAGE

FND_ID_FLEX_STRUCTURES_TL_U1 UNIQUE 1 APPLICATION_ID2 ID_FLEX_CODE3 ID_FLEX_NUM4 LANGUAGE

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_INDEXES

FND_INDEXES stores information about the registered indexes in yourapplications. Each row includes the name and a description of theindex. Each row also contains information about the storage parametersfor the index and a flag (AUTO_SIZE) which indicates whether theinstall should automatically apply a sizing factor to the storageparameters. You need one row for each index in each application.Oracle Applications uses this information when installing andupgrading the database. . .

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_TABLES APPLICATION_ID APPLICATION_IDTABLE_ID TABLE_ID

QuickCodes ColumnsColumn QuickCodes Type QuickCodes Table

AUTO_SIZE YES_NO FND_LOOKUPSN NoY Yes

UNIQUENESS YES_NO FND_LOOKUPSN NoY Yes

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

APPLICATION_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Application identifierTABLE_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Table identifierINDEX_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Index identifierINDEX_NAME NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30) Index nameLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnAUTO_SIZE NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Is this index automatically

sized during an install?INI_TRANS NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Initial number of transactionsMAX_TRANS NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Maximum number of transactionsINITIAL_EXTENT NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Initial extentNEXT_EXTENT NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Next extentMIN_EXTENTS NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Minimum extentMAX_EXTENTS NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Maximum extentPCT_FREE NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Percent of free spacePCT_INCREASE NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Percent of free space to

increaseUNIQUENESS NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) UniquenessDESCRIPTION NULL VARCHAR2(240) Description

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Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_INDEXES_U1 UNIQUE 1 APPLICATION_ID2 TABLE_ID3 INDEX_ID

FND_INDEXES_U2 UNIQUE 1 INDEX_NAME2 APPLICATION_ID3 TABLE_ID

SequencesSequence Derived Column

FND_INDEXES_S INDEX_ID

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FND_INDEX_COLUMNS

FND_INDEX_COLUMNS stores information about individual columnsin application indexes. Each row includes the index column and itssequence in the index. You need one row for each index column in eachapplication. Oracle Applications uses this information when installingand upgrading the database. . .

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_COLUMNS APPLICATION_ID APPLICATION_IDTABLE_ID TABLE_IDCOLUMN_ID COLUMN_ID

FND_INDEXES APPLICATION_ID APPLICATION_IDTABLE_ID TABLE_IDINDEX_ID INDEX_ID

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

APPLICATION_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Application identifierTABLE_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Table identifierINDEX_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Index identifierCOLUMN_SEQUENCE (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) The position of the column in

the indexCOLUMN_ID NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Column identifierLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who column

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_INDEX_COLUMNS_U1 UNIQUE 1 APPLICATION_ID2 TABLE_ID3 INDEX_ID4 COLUMN_SEQUENCE

FND_INDEX_COLUMNS_U2 UNIQUE 1 APPLICATION_ID2 TABLE_ID3 INDEX_ID4 COLUMN_ID

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_LANGUAGES

FND_LANGUAGES stores information regarding languagesanddialects. Each dialect is stored as a unique language, and therefore isreferred to as a language in this description. Each row includes thelanguage code, such as ’en’ for English, a numerical identifier for thelanguage,the name of the language, such as ’American’and the territorywhere the language is spoken, such as ’America’.Each row also includesthe ISO (International StandardsOrganization) language code andterritory code, the code set fort he language, and a flag to indicate theinstallation status of the language.You need one row for each dialect.

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

LANGUAGE_CODE (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(4) Language codeLANGUAGE_ID NULL NUMBER Language identifierNLS_LANGUAGE NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30) Language nameNLS_TERRITORY NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30) The territory using the

languageISO_LANGUAGE NULL VARCHAR2(2) The ISO symbol for the languageISO_TERRITORY NULL VARCHAR2(2) The ISO symbol for the

territoryNLS_CODESET NULL VARCHAR2(30) The code set for the languageINSTALLED_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Flag to indicate if the

language is installed andavailable for use

CREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLOCAL_DATE_LANGUAGE NULL VARCHAR2(30) Language name used to represent

month part of dateUTF8_DATE_LANGUAGE NULL VARCHAR2(30) Language to use if running

UNICODE

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_LANGUAGES_N1 NOT UNIQUE 3 INSTALLED_FLAGFND_LANGUAGES_U1 UNIQUE 2 LANGUAGE_CODEFND_LANGUAGES_U3 UNIQUE 2 LANGUAGE_IDFND_LANGUAGES_U5 UNIQUE 1 NLS_LANGUAGE

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_LANGUAGES_TL

FND_LANGUAGES_TL stores translated information about nationaldialects. Each row includes the language code for the dialect, thelanguage in which the translated columns of this table are presented,anda description of the dialect. You need one row for each dialect for eachof the installed languages. For example, if the language code is’D’ (thecode for German) and the language is ’US’ then the description will be’German’. If the language code is ’D’ and the language is ’F’ (which isthe code forfend), then the description would be ’Allemand’(thenceforth translation of ’German’).

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_LANGUAGES LANGUAGE_CODE LANGUAGE_CODE

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

LANGUAGE_CODE (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(4) Language codeLANGUAGE (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(4) LanguageDESCRIPTION NOT NULL VARCHAR2(255) DescriptionCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnSOURCE_LANG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(4) The Language the text will

mirror. If text is not yettranslated into LANGUAGE thenany changes to the text in thesource language row will bereflected here as well.

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_LANGUAGES_TL_U1 UNIQUE 1 LANGUAGE_CODE2 LANGUAGE

FND_LANGUAGES_TL_U2 UNIQUE 2 DESCRIPTION4 LANGUAGE

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_LOBS

FND_LOBS stores information about all LOBs managed by the GenericFile Manager (GFM).Each row includes the file identifier, name,content–type, and actual data. Each row also includes the dates the filewas uploaded and will expire, the associated program name and tag,and the language and Oracle character set..The file data, which is abinary LOB, is stored exactly as it is uploaded from a client browser,which means that no translation work is required during a download tomake it HTTP compliant.Therefore uploads from non–browser sourceswill have to prepare the contents appropriately (for instance, separatinglines with CRLF). The program_name and program_tag may be used byclients of the GFM for any purpose,such as striping, partitioning, orpurging the table if the program is de–installed.They are otherwisestrictly informative.These columns and the expiration date are properlyset when the procedure FND_GFM.CONFIRM_UPLOAD is called. Ifnot called, the column expiration_date remains set, and will eventuallybe purged by the procedure FND_GFM.PURGE_EXPIRED.

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

FILE_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER Identifier that uniquelyidentifies the file

FILE_NAME NULL VARCHAR2(256) User’s name for the file asprovided during the uploadingprocess

FILE_CONTENT_TYPE NOT NULL VARCHAR2(256) Content type as specifiedduring the uploading process.This string is an unparsedentity–header for the entity”Content–Type”, and specifiesthe content type, and anyadditional parameters (such ascharacter set) that describethe stored contents.

FILE_DATA NULL BLOB The uploaded data itself, whichis a binary LOB

UPLOAD_DATE NULL DATE Timestamp at which the LOB wasuploaded

EXPIRATION_DATE NULL DATE Timestamp after which the LOBmay be purged from the table.When the LOB is first uploaded,this is set to be one day fromthe current time.

PROGRAM_NAME NULL VARCHAR2(32) Name of the program on whosebehalf the LOB is beingmaintained.

PROGRAM_TAG NULL VARCHAR2(32) Optional string used by the GFMclient program to furthercategorize the LOB.

LANGUAGE NULL VARCHAR2(4) Language of fileORACLE_CHARSET NULL VARCHAR2(30) Oracle character set of fileFILE_FORMAT NOT NULL VARCHAR2(10)

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Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_LOBS_U1 UNIQUE 5 FILE_ID

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_LOB_ACCESS

FND_LOG_ACCESS stores transient access information for theGFM.When there are no active users of the GFM, this table should beempty.A row is inserted only when an authorization request is madethrough the FND_GFM.AUTHORIZE function, and the row is deletedas soon as the upload or download completes. In the event of a failure,rows may need to be purged on the basis of an old timestamp, which ishandled by the FND_GFM.PURGE_EXPIRED procedure. Each rowcontains an identifier generated by the authorize function,the fileidentifier of the LOB that is being uploaded or downloaded,and the dateand time at which the row was inserted. For uploads, the file identifieris NULL until the upload actually occurs,at which time the row isupdated with the new file id. This new value is then used tocross–reference with the original access id in order to alert a processwaiting for upload confirmation. The timestamp column is used only tooccasionally purge the table of stale access rows.

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_LOBS FILE_ID FILE_ID

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

ACCESS_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER Access identifier generated bythe authorize function

FILE_ID NULL NUMBER File identifier of the LOB thatis being downloaded or uploaded

TIMESTAMP NULL DATE Date and time at which theaccess row was inserted

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_LOGINS

FND_LOGINS stores Sign–On Audit information about who signs on toan application and when. Each row includes values that identify theuser, the ORACLE process (PID), the operating system process (SPID),the operating system terminal, and the operating system login name.SESSION_NUMBER contains the number of times the user has signedon to an application since you have upgraded to Release 7 of the OracleApplications. If the sign–on was performed by a concurrent process,SUBMITTED_LOGIN_ID identifies who submitted the concurrentrequest. If Sign–On Audit has been enabled at the User level or higher,you get one row for each time a person signs on to an application (usingthe sign–on screen) during the time Sign–On Audit is active. OracleApplication Object Library uses this information to track users forSign–On Audit and Help User. . .

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_LOGINS LOGIN_ID SUBMITTED_LOGIN_IDFND_USER USER_ID USER_ID

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

LOGIN_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER Identifier of login sessionUSER_ID NOT NULL NUMBER User identifierSTART_TIME NOT NULL DATE The starting time of this login

sessionEND_TIME NULL DATE Time when this login session

endsPID NULL NUMBER Oracle process identifierSPID NULL VARCHAR2(30) Operating system process

identifierTERMINAL_ID NULL VARCHAR2(30) Terminal identifier from which

user starts this sessionLOGIN_NAME NULL VARCHAR2(30) The username used to sign on to

Oracle ApplicationsSESSION_NUMBER NULL NUMBER The number of times the user

has signed on to an applicationsince you upgraded OracleApplications to Release 7

SUBMITTED_LOGIN_ID NULL NUMBER The user who submitted theconcurrent request that startsthis sign–on session

SERIAL# NULL NUMBER Serial numberPROCESS_SPID NULL VARCHAR2(30) SPID of processLOGIN_TYPE NULL VARCHAR2(8) Type of session

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

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IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_LOGINS_N1 NOT UNIQUE 1 SPIDFND_LOGINS_U1 UNIQUE 1 LOGIN_ID

SequencesSequence Derived Column

FND_LOGINS_S LOGIN_ID

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FND_LOGIN_RESPONSIBILITIES

FND_LOGIN_RESPONSIBILITIES stores information about Sign–OnAudit information about who changes responsibilities in an applicationand when. Each row includes values that identify the user’s loginsession, the user’s current responsibility, and when the user is in theresponsibility. If Sign–On Audit has been enabled at the responsibilitylevel or higher, you get one row for each time a person changesresponsibilities in an application during the time Sign–On Audit isactive. Oracle Application Object Library uses this information to trackusers for Sign–On Audit. . .

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_LOGINS LOGIN_ID LOGIN_IDFND_RESPONSIBILITY APPLICATION_ID RESP_APPL_ID

RESPONSIBILITY_ID RESPONSIBILITY_ID

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

LOGIN_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER Identifier of the user’s loginsession

LOGIN_RESP_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER The responsibility to which theuser signed on

RESP_APPL_ID NOT NULL NUMBER The application identifier withwhich the responsibility isdefined

RESPONSIBILITY_ID NOT NULL NUMBER Responsibility identifierSTART_TIME NOT NULL DATE The time when the user is in

the responsibilityEND_TIME NULL DATE The time when the user left the

responsibilityAUDSID NULL NUMBER db audsid (v$session.audsid)RESOURCE_CONSUMER_GROUP NULL VARCHAR2(32) Resource consumer group

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_LOGIN_RESPONSIBILITIES_N1 NOT UNIQUE 1 AUDSIDFND_LOGIN_RESPONSIBILITIES_U1 UNIQUE 1 LOGIN_ID

2 LOGIN_RESP_ID

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_LOGIN_RESP_FORMS

FND_LOGIN_RESP_FORMS stores Sign–On Audit information aboutwho uses which forms in an application and when. Each row includesvalues that identify the user’s login session and current responsibility,what form the user is in, and the Zoom level the user is in, if any. IfSign–On Audit has been enabled at the form level, you get one row foreach application form a person uses during the time Sign–On Audit isactive. Oracle Application Object Library uses this information to trackusers for Sign–On Audit. . .

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_FORM APPLICATION_ID FORM_APPL_IDFORM_ID FORM_ID

FND_LOGIN_RESPONSIBILITIES LOGIN_ID LOGIN_IDLOGIN_RESP_ID LOGIN_RESP_ID

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

LOGIN_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER Identifier of the user’s loginsession

LOGIN_RESP_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER The responsibility to which theuser signs on

FORM_APPL_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER The identifier of theapplication the user is in

FORM_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER Form identifierSTART_TIME (PK) NOT NULL DATE The time the session beginsEND_TIME NULL DATE The time the session endsZOOM_LEVEL NULL NUMBER The zoom level the user is inAUDSID NULL NUMBER db audsid (v$session.audsid)RESOURCE_CONSUMER_GROUP NULL VARCHAR2(32) Resource consumer group

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_LOGIN_RESP_FORMS_N1 NOT UNIQUE 1 LOGIN_ID2 LOGIN_RESP_ID

FND_LOGIN_RESP_FORMS_N2 NOT UNIQUE 5 AUDSID

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_LOOKUPS

FND_LOOKUPS is a view of selected columns from the tableFND_LOOKUP_VALUES. This view contains information about theavailable QuickCodes in the language under which OracleApplicationsis currently running at your site. Oracle Application ObjectLibrary uses this view to display information for LOVs.

View DefinitionCREATE VIEW FND_LOOKUPS as SELECT LOOKUP_TYPE, LOOKUP_CODE, MEANING, DESCRIPTION, ENABLED_FLAG, START_DATE_ACTIVE, END_DATE_ACTIVEfrom FND_LOOKUP_VALUES LV LANGUAGE = userenv(’LANG’)and VIEW_APPLICATION_ID = 0and SECURITY_GROUP_ID = fnd_global.lookup_security_group(LV.LOOKUP_TYPE, LV.VIEW_APPLICATION_ID)

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

LOOKUP_TYPE NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30) QuickCode lookup typeLOOKUP_CODE NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30) QuickCode codeMEANING NOT NULL VARCHAR2(80) QuickCode meaningDESCRIPTION NULL VARCHAR2(240) DescriptionENABLED_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Enabled flagSTART_DATE_ACTIVE NULL DATE The date when the QuickCode

becomes activeEND_DATE_ACTIVE NULL DATE The date when the QuickCode

becomes inactive

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FND_LOOKUP_TYPES

FND_LOOKUP_TYPES stores Oracle Application ObjectLibraryQuickCode types. Each row includes the QuickCode lookuptype and the application the lookup type belongs to. Each row alsoincludes the customization level for the lookup type, the security groupthe lookup type belongs to, and the application view through with thelookup type will be exposed. You need one row for each QuickCodelookup type. Oracle Application Object Library uses this information todisplay LOVs for Oracle Application Object Library forms and otherforms.

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_APPLICATION APPLICATION_ID VIEW_APPLICATION_IDFND_SECURITY_GROUPS SECURITY_GROUP_ID SECURITY_GROUP_ID

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

APPLICATION_ID NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Application identifierLOOKUP_TYPE (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30) QuickCode lookup typeCUSTOMIZATION_LEVEL NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Customization levelCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnSECURITY_GROUP_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Security group identifierVIEW_APPLICATION_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Application identifier of view

(_LOOKUPS) through which the lookup type will be exposed

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_LOOKUP_TYPES_U1 UNIQUE 1 LOOKUP_TYPE3 VIEW_APPLICATION_ID7 SECURITY_GROUP_ID

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_LOOKUP_TYPES_TL

FND_LOOKUP_TYPES_TL stores translated information about thelookup types in FND_LOOKUP_TYPES.

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

LOOKUP_TYPE NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30) QuickCode lookup type (FK tofnd_lookup_types.lookup_type)

SECURITY_GROUP_ID NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Security group identifierVIEW_APPLICATION_ID NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Application identifier of view

(_LOOKUPS) through which the lookup type will be exposed

LANGUAGE NOT NULL VARCHAR2(4) LanguageSOURCE_LANG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(4) The Language the text will

mirror. If text is not yettranslated into LANGUAGE thenany changes to the text in thesource language row will bereflected here as well.

MEANING NOT NULL VARCHAR2(80) Lookup type user meaningDESCRIPTION NULL VARCHAR2(240) Description of the lookup typeCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard who columnLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NULL NUMBER(15) Standard who column

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_LOOKUP_TYPES_TL_U1 UNIQUE 1 LOOKUP_TYPE3 VIEW_APPLICATION_ID5 SECURITY_GROUP_ID7 LANGUAGE

FND_LOOKUP_TYPES_TL_U2 UNIQUE 1 MEANING3 VIEW_APPLICATION_ID5 SECURITY_GROUP_ID7 LANGUAGE

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_LOOKUP_VALUES

FND_LOOKUP_VALUES stores Oracle Application Object LibraryQuickCode values. Each row includes the QuickCode lookup type, theQuickCode itself, its meaning, and additional description, as well asvalues that indicate whether this QuickCode is currently valid. Eachrow also includes a language code that indicates what language theinformation is in. You need one row for each QuickCode in each of thelanguages installed at your site. Oracle Application Object Library usesthis information to display LOVs for Oracle Application Object Libraryforms and other forms.

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_LOOKUP_TYPES LOOKUP_TYPE LOOKUP_TYPESECURITY_GROUP_ID SECURITY_GROUP_IDVIEW_APPLICATION_ID VIEW_APPLICATION_ID

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

LOOKUP_TYPE (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30) QuickCode lookup typeLANGUAGE (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30) LanguageLOOKUP_CODE (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30) QuickCode codeMEANING NOT NULL VARCHAR2(80) QuickCode meaningDESCRIPTION NULL VARCHAR2(240) DescriptionENABLED_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Enabled flagSTART_DATE_ACTIVE NULL DATE The date when the QuickCode

becomes activeEND_DATE_ACTIVE NULL DATE The date when the QuickCode

becomes inactiveCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnSOURCE_LANG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(4) The Language the text will

mirror. If text is not yettranslated into LANGUAGE thenany changes to the text in thesource language row will bereflected here as well.

SECURITY_GROUP_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Security group identifierVIEW_APPLICATION_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Identifies which application’s

view will include the lookupvalues

TERRITORY_CODE NULL VARCHAR2(2) Territory code of territoryusing the language

ATTRIBUTE_CATEGORY NULL VARCHAR2(30) Attribute categoryATTRIBUTE1 NULL VARCHAR2(150) AttributeATTRIBUTE2 NULL VARCHAR2(150) AttributeATTRIBUTE3 NULL VARCHAR2(150) AttributeATTRIBUTE4 NULL VARCHAR2(150) AttributeATTRIBUTE5 NULL VARCHAR2(150) AttributeATTRIBUTE6 NULL VARCHAR2(150) AttributeATTRIBUTE7 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Attribute

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Column Descriptions (Continued)Name Null? Type Description

ATTRIBUTE8 NULL VARCHAR2(150) AttributeATTRIBUTE9 NULL VARCHAR2(150) AttributeATTRIBUTE10 NULL VARCHAR2(150) AttributeATTRIBUTE11 NULL VARCHAR2(150) AttributeATTRIBUTE12 NULL VARCHAR2(150) AttributeATTRIBUTE13 NULL VARCHAR2(150) AttributeATTRIBUTE14 NULL VARCHAR2(150) AttributeATTRIBUTE15 NULL VARCHAR2(150) AttributeTAG NULL VARCHAR2(30) Optional additional category

for lookup values

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_LOOKUP_VALUES_U1 UNIQUE 1 LOOKUP_TYPE3 VIEW_APPLICATION_ID5 LOOKUP_CODE7 SECURITY_GROUP_ID9 LANGUAGE

FND_LOOKUP_VALUES_U2 UNIQUE 1 LOOKUP_TYPE3 VIEW_APPLICATION_ID5 MEANING7 SECURITY_GROUP_ID9 LANGUAGE

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_MENUS

FND_MENUS lists the menus that appear in the Navigate Window, asdetermined by the System Administrator when defining responsibilitiesfor function security. Each row includes a menu name and identifier.You need one row for each menu (and each submenu) in eachapplication.

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

MENU_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER Menu identifierMENU_NAME NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30) Menu nameLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who column

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_MENUS_U1 UNIQUE 1 MENU_IDFND_MENUS_U2 UNIQUE 2 MENU_NAME

SequencesSequence Derived Column

FND_MENUS_S MENU_ID

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FND_MENUS_TL

FND_MENUS_TL stores translated information about the menus inFND_MENUS. Each row includes the language the row is translated to,the name and description of the menu, and the menu identifier whichuniquely identifies the menu. You need one row for each menu in eachof the installed languages. Each row also includes a flag to indicate if avalue has been translated or defaulted.

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_MENUS MENU_ID MENU_ID

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

LANGUAGE (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(4) LanguageMENU_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER Menu identifierUSER_MENU_NAME NOT NULL VARCHAR2(80) Displayed name of menuLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnDESCRIPTION NULL VARCHAR2(240) DescriptionSOURCE_LANG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(4) The Language the text will

mirror. If text is not yettranslated into LANGUAGE thenany changes to the text in thesource language row will bereflected here as well.

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_MENUS_TL_U1 UNIQUE 1 MENU_ID2 LANGUAGE

FND_MENUS_TL_U2 UNIQUE 2 USER_MENU_NAME4 LANGUAGE

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_MENU_ENTRIES

FND_MENU_ENTRIES stores information about individual entries inthe menus in FND_MENUS. Each row includes an ID number thatidentifies the menu to which the entry belongs, a sequence number thatdetermines the order in which the entry appears on the menu (relative toother choices on the same menu), the submenu and/or functionattached to the entry. You need one row for each entry (menu choice) ineach navigate window menu.

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_FORM_FUNCTIONS FUNCTION_ID FUNCTION_IDFND_MENUS MENU_ID MENU_IDFND_MENUS MENU_ID SUB_MENU_ID

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

MENU_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER Menu identifierENTRY_SEQUENCE (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER The order the menu entry will

be shown in the menuLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnSUB_MENU_ID NULL NUMBER Submenu attached to the entryFUNCTION_ID NULL NUMBER Function attached to the entry

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_MENU_ENTRIES_N1 NOT UNIQUE 1 SUB_MENU_IDFND_MENU_ENTRIES_N2 NOT UNIQUE 1 FUNCTION_IDFND_MENU_ENTRIES_U1 UNIQUE 1 MENU_ID

2 ENTRY_SEQUENCE

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_MENU_ENTRIES_TL

FND_MENU_ENTRIES_TL stores translated information aboutindividual entries in navigator menus. Each row includes the menuidentifier, a sequence number that determines the order in which theentry appears on the menu (relative to other choices on the same menu),and the menu prompt. Each row also includes a language code thatindicates what language the information is in. You need one row foreach menu entry in each of the languages installed at your site.

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_MENUS_TL MENU_ID MENU_IDLANGUAGE LANGUAGE

FND_MENU_ENTRIES MENU_ID MENU_IDENTRY_SEQUENCE ENTRY_SEQUENCE

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

LANGUAGE (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(4) LanguageMENU_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER Menu identifier from

FND_MENU_ENTRIESENTRY_SEQUENCE (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER Entry sequence from

FND_MENU_ENTRIESLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnPROMPT NULL VARCHAR2(60) Navigate window promptDESCRIPTION NULL VARCHAR2(240) DescriptionSOURCE_LANG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(4) The Language the text will

mirror. If text is not yettranslated into LANGUAGE thenany changes to the text in thesource language row will bereflected here as well.

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_MENU_ENTRIES_TL_N1 NOT UNIQUE 2 MENU_ID3 PROMPT5 LANGUAGE

FND_MENU_ENTRIES_TL_U1 UNIQUE 2 MENU_ID3 ENTRY_SEQUENCE4 LANGUAGE

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_MIME_TYPES_TL

FND_MIME_TYPES_TL stores information about mime types.Each rowcontains the file format code, the mime content type,and a description ofthe mime type. The mime type has a type and subtype separated by aslash; for example, text/html and image/gif. Major types includeapplication, audio, image, text and video. Application refers to a varietyof formats; for example, application/x–pdf refers to Adobe Acrobatdocuments and application/ps refers to Postscript documents. Sincethis table also stores translations, you will need one row for each mimetype for eachlanguage installed at your site.

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

FILE_FORMAT_CODE (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30) File format code for mime typeMIME_TYPE (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(80) Mime typeLANGUAGE (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(4) LanguageSOURCE_LANG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(4) The Language the text will

mirror. If text is not yettranslated into LANGUAGE thenany changes to the text in thesource language row will bereflected here as well.

CREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnDESCRIPTION NULL VARCHAR2(240) Description

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_MIME_TYPES_TL_N1 NOT UNIQUE 1 FILE_FORMAT_CODE2 LANGUAGE

FND_MIME_TYPES_TL_N2 NOT UNIQUE 1 FILE_FORMAT_CODE3 DESCRIPTION5 LANGUAGE

FND_MIME_TYPES_TL_U1 UNIQUE 1 FILE_FORMAT_CODE2 MIME_TYPE3 LANGUAGE

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_NEW_MESSAGES

FND_NEW_MESSAGES stores application messages for MessageDictionary. Each row includes the application to which the messagebelongs, the language the message is in, the message name, the messagetext, and the message number. You need one row for each applicationmessage in each of the language. Oracle Application Object Libraryuses this information to display application messages for OracleApplications in GUI mode.

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_APPLICATION APPLICATION_ID APPLICATION_IDFND_LANGUAGES LANGUAGE_CODE LANGUAGE_CODE

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

APPLICATION_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER Application identifierLANGUAGE_CODE (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(4) Language codeMESSAGE_NUMBER NULL NUMBER(9) The message numberMESSAGE_NAME (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30) Message nameMESSAGE_TEXT NOT NULL VARCHAR2(2000) The short messageCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnDESCRIPTION NULL VARCHAR2(240) DescriptionTYPE NULL VARCHAR2(30) Message typeMAX_LENGTH NULL NUMBER Maximum number of display

characters the translators canuse to translate the message

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_NEW_MESSAGES_PK UNIQUE 1 APPLICATION_ID2 MESSAGE_NAME3 LANGUAGE_CODE

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_NODES

FND_NODES stores information about the nodes that are used to installand run Oracle Application at your site. Each row includes the name ofthe node and the platform code. The column name NODE_NAME is thegiven name used to refer to the machine or node at the site. The columnPLATFORM_CODE specifies the make of the machine or node (e.g. DECVMS, Sequent Ptx, etc.). This information is used to associate aconcurrent manager with a specific node to support distributedprocessing.

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

NODE_NAME (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30) Node/Machine nameLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnPLATFORM_CODE NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30) Make of the node/machineDESCRIPTION NULL VARCHAR2(240) DescriptionBASEPATH NULL VARCHAR2(20) The variable on R10SC clients

that contains platformdependent information used forlocating files written byConcurrent Managers on thisnode

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_NODES_U1 UNIQUE 1 NODE_NAME

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_ORACLE_USERID

FND_ORACLE_USERID stores information about ORACLE accountsthat contain application data. Each row includes the ORACLEusername and description, the logical database this ORACLE ID belongsto (for concurrent processing), whether this ORACLE ID is enabled, andwhether this ORACLE ID is restricted from changing Oracle ApplicationObject Library data such as menus (READ_ONLY_FLAG). OracleApplication Object Library does not use ORACLE_PASSWORD,CONCURRENT_BATCH_QUEUE_ID or READ_ONLY_ORACLE_ID.You need one row for each ORACLE ID you register. OracleApplication Object Library uses this information to allow users access toapplication data on the basis of responsibility. . .

QuickCodes ColumnsColumn QuickCodes Type QuickCodes Table

ENABLED_FLAG YES_NO FND_LOOKUPSN NoY Yes

READ_ONLY_FLAG ORACLEID_PRIVILEGE_VIS FND_LOOKUPSA EnabledB RestrictedD Disabled

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

ORACLE_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER Identifier for ORACLE accountORACLE_USERNAME NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30) Username for the ORACLE accountLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnDESCRIPTION NULL VARCHAR2(240) DescriptionENABLED_FLAG NULL VARCHAR2(1) Flag to indicate if the ORACLE

account is activeREAD_ONLY_FLAG NULL VARCHAR2(1) Flag to indicate if the ORACLE

account can update OracleApplication Object Library data

ENCRYPTED_ORACLE_PASSWORD NULL VARCHAR2(100) Password for the ORACLE accountin a encrypted format

CONCURRENT_BATCH_QUEUE_ID NULL NUMBER(15) Not currently usedINSTALL_GROUP_NUM NULL NUMBER Indicates set of books

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_ORACLE_USERID_U1 UNIQUE 1 ORACLE_IDFND_ORACLE_USERID_U2 UNIQUE 1 ORACLE_USERNAME

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SequencesSequence Derived Column

FND_ORACLE_USERID_S ORACLE_ID

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FND_PRIMARY_KEYS

FND_PRIMARY_KEYS stores information about the registered primaryand unique keys in your applications. Each row includes the name anda description of the primary or unique key. Each row also includes thetable the key references, the type of the key (Primary or Unique), andwhether the key is the Developer (DataMerge) key. You need one rowfor each primary or unique key in each application. Oracle Applicationsuses this information for AuditTrail and when installing and upgradingthe database. . .

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_TABLES APPLICATION_ID APPLICATION_IDTABLE_ID TABLE_ID

QuickCodes ColumnsColumn QuickCodes Type QuickCodes Table

AUDIT_KEY_FLAG YES_NO FND_LOOKUPSN NoY Yes

ENABLED_FLAG YES_NO FND_LOOKUPSN NoY Yes

PRIMARY_KEY_TYPE PRIMARY_KEY FND_LOOKUPSD DeveloperS Alternate

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

APPLICATION_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Application identifierTABLE_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Table identifierPRIMARY_KEY_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Primary key identifierPRIMARY_KEY_NAME NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30) Primary key nameLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnPRIMARY_KEY_TYPE NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Primary key type (Developer or

Alternate)AUDIT_KEY_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Flag to indicate if this key is

the primary keyDESCRIPTION NULL VARCHAR2(240) DescriptionENABLED_FLAG NULL VARCHAR2(1) Determines whether this key

will be created as an enabledor disabled constraint

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

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IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_PRIMARY_KEYS_U1 UNIQUE 1 APPLICATION_ID2 TABLE_ID3 PRIMARY_KEY_ID

FND_PRIMARY_KEYS_U2 UNIQUE 1 PRIMARY_KEY_NAME2 APPLICATION_ID3 TABLE_ID

SequencesSequence Derived Column

FND_PRIMARY_KEYS_S PRIMARY_KEY_ID

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FND_PRIMARY_KEY_COLUMNS

FND_PRIMARY_KEY_COLUMNS stores information about individualcolumns in primary and unique keys. Each row includes the primary orunique key the column is a part of and the sequence in the primary key.You need one row for each primary key column in each application.Oracle Applications uses this information for AuditTrail and wheninstalling and upgrading the database. . .

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_COLUMNS APPLICATION_ID APPLICATION_IDTABLE_ID TABLE_IDCOLUMN_ID COLUMN_ID

FND_PRIMARY_KEYS APPLICATION_ID APPLICATION_IDTABLE_ID TABLE_IDPRIMARY_KEY_ID PRIMARY_KEY_ID

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

APPLICATION_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Application identifierTABLE_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Table identifierPRIMARY_KEY_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Primary key identifierPRIMARY_KEY_SEQUENCE (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Sequence of the column in the

primary keyCOLUMN_ID NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Column identifierLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who column

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_PRIMARY_KEY_COLUMNS_U1 UNIQUE 1 APPLICATION_ID2 TABLE_ID3 PRIMARY_KEY_ID4 PRIMARY_KEY_SEQUENCE

FND_PRIMARY_KEY_COLUMNS_U2 UNIQUE 1 APPLICATION_ID2 TABLE_ID3 PRIMARY_KEY_ID4 COLUMN_ID

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_PRINTER

FND_PRINTER stores information about printers. Each row includes aname and description of the printer, as well as the printer type. Youneed one row for each printer installed at your site. Oracle ApplicationObject Library uses this information to print output such as reports. . .

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_PRINTER_TYPES PRINTER_TYPE PRINTER_TYPE

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

PRINTER_NAME (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30) Name of printerLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnPRINTER_TYPE NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30) Printer type

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_PRINTER_U1 UNIQUE 1 PRINTER_NAME

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_PRINTER_DRIVERS

FND_PRINTER_DRIVERS stores information about printer drivers thatare defined with Oracle Application Object Library. Each row includes adriver name, a title for the driver, an optional platform code, and theinitialization and reset strings that are used to format printers. Each rowalso includes flags that specify how the driver is invoked(PRINTER_DRIVER_METHOD_CODE where S means subroutine, Pmeans program, C means command), whether the driver creates its owncopy of the file for printing, whether the driver accepts standard input,and whether the driver suppresses the header page. ARGUMENTScontains the generic arguments that must be supplied to the commandor program. COMMAND_NAME specifies a program name for thedriver to invoke (if PRINTER_DRIVER_METHOD_CODE is P) or thename of a subroutine to call (if PRINTER_DRIVER_METHOD_CODE isS). You need to define a printer driver for each print style that you wantto use with a specific printer type on a specific platform. OracleApplication Object Library uses this information to print output files. . .

QuickCodes ColumnsColumn QuickCodes Type QuickCodes Table

HEADER_FLAG YES_NO FND_LOOKUPSN NoY Yes

PLATFORM_CODE PLATFORM FND_LOOKUPS1 VMS DEC VAX series116 Pyramid DC/OSx MIPS Unix151 Texas Instruments Unix153 Fujitsu M–Series UTS/M,

UXP/M UNIX16 AT&T Unix –– Non–CPU Specif-

ic162 Data General 88K Unix164 Motorola 88K Unix185 NCR Tower 32/8xx Unix196 UNISYS 6000 System V PTX198 Sequent DYNIX/ptx2 HP/UX –– Non–CPU Specific22 MS–DOS IBM and Compatible263 OS/2–V2.x28 SCO UNIX 38629 Amdahl/IBM UTS UNIX30 IBM MVS 370/43XX/30XX319 IBM RS/6000 AIX358 NCR System 300037 Pyramid 90X OSX Unix377 ICL DRS 6000 UNIX390 Wyse Series 5000i Unix453 Sun Solaris V2 UNIX5 Data General AOS/VS MV Se-

ries

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QuickCodes Columns (Continued)Column QuickCodes Type QuickCodes Table

58 DEC MIPS Ultrix6 Sun 4 Unix64 Stratus VOS XA/FT Series70 HP MPE XL 3000706 BULL DPX/2 200724 Siemens–Nixdorf RM–600 UNIX727 Bull DPX/20 AIX UNIX87 DEC Alpha OSF/1 Unix89 DEC Alpha VMS series9 Sequent Symmetry912 Windows NT

PRINTER_DRIVER_METHOD_CODE PRINTER_DRIVER_METHOD FND_LOOKUPSC CommandP ProgramS Subroutine

SPOOL_FLAG YES_NO FND_LOOKUPSN NoY Yes

STDIN_FLAG YES_NO FND_LOOKUPSN NoY Yes

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

PRINTER_DRIVER_NAME (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30) The name of the printer driverPLATFORM_CODE (PK) NULL VARCHAR2(30) Platform codeUSER_PRINTER_DRIVER_NAME NOT NULL VARCHAR2(80) The descriptive title of the

printer driverLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnPRINTER_DRIVER_METHOD_CODE NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30) The method by which the printer

driver is invokedSPOOL_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Flag to indicate whether the

printer driver should createits own copy of a file forprinting

STDIN_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Flag to indicate whether theprinter driver accepts standardinput

SRW_DRIVER NULL VARCHAR2(255) The name of the Oracle Reportprinter driver

HEADER_FLAG NULL VARCHAR2(1) Flag to indicate whether tosuppress the header page fromprinting

DESCRIPTION NULL VARCHAR2(255) DescriptionCOMMAND_NAME NULL VARCHAR2(255) The name of a program or

subroutine for the driver toinvoke

ARGUMENTS NULL VARCHAR2(255) Concurrent Request ArgumentINITIALIZATION NULL VARCHAR2(255) Tinitialization string that

must be sent to the printerbefore the printer driver canbegin printing

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Column Descriptions (Continued)Name Null? Type Description

RESET NULL VARCHAR2(255) The reset string that returnsthe printer to its ready state

ATTR_CATEGORY NULL VARCHAR2(30) Attribute categoryATTRIBUTE1 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE2 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE3 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE4 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE5 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE6 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE7 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE8 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE9 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE10 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE11 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE12 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE13 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE14 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE15 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segment

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_PRINTER_DRIVERS_U1 UNIQUE 1 PRINTER_DRIVER_NAME2 PLATFORM_CODE

FND_PRINTER_DRIVERS_U2 UNIQUE 1 USER_PRINTER_DRIVER_NAME2 PLATFORM_CODE

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_PRINTER_INFORMATION

FND_PRINTER_INFORMATION stores information about all theprinter types that are defined with Oracle Application Object Library.Each row includes a printer type, a print style, and the name of a printerdriver. You may need more than one row in this table for each printertype. Oracle Application Object Library uses this information forprinting concurrent processing output files.

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_PRINTER_STYLES PRINTER_STYLE_NAME PRINTER_STYLEFND_PRINTER_TYPES PRINTER_TYPE PRINTER_TYPE

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

PRINTER_TYPE (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30) Printer typePRINTER_STYLE (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30) Printer styleLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnPRINTER_DRIVER NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30) Printer driver name

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_PRINTER_INFORMATION_U1 UNIQUE 1 PRINTER_TYPE2 PRINTER_STYLE

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_PRINTER_STYLES

FND_PRINTER_STYLES stores information about printer styles that aredefined using Oracle Application Object Library. Each row includes thename of a style, the style title, the number of rows and columns for thestyle, and a default print driver to use for Oracle Reports. Each row alsoincludes the orientation of the print style and whether to suppress theheader page or not. You need one row for each print style you defined.Oracle Application Object Library uses this information to assign stylesto printer types and submit concurrent programs.

QuickCodes ColumnsColumn QuickCodes Type QuickCodes Table

HEADER_FLAG YES_NO FND_LOOKUPSN NoY Yes

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

PRINTER_STYLE_NAME (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30) Name of printer styleSEQUENCE NOT NULL NUMBER(4) The display sequence for the

printer styleLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnWIDTH NOT NULL NUMBER(4) Number of columnsLENGTH NOT NULL NUMBER(4) Number of rowsDESCRIPTION NULL VARCHAR2(255) DescriptionORIENTATION NULL VARCHAR2(255) Description of how a printed

page should be orientedSRW_DRIVER NULL VARCHAR2(255) The name of the Oracle Reports

printer driver to be calledwhen processing an OR report

HEADER_FLAG NULL VARCHAR2(1) Flag to indicate whether tosuppress the header page fromprinting

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_PRINTER_STYLES_U1 UNIQUE 1 PRINTER_STYLE_NAMEFND_PRINTER_STYLES_U3 UNIQUE 1 SEQUENCE

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_PRINTER_STYLES_TL

FND_PRINTER_STYLES_TL stores translated information about printerstyles that are defined using Oracle Application Object Library. Eachrow includes the name and the title of the printer style, and a languagecode indicating the language the information is in. You need one rowfor each print style you defined in each of the installed languages.

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_PRINTER_STYLES PRINTER_STYLE_NAME PRINTER_STYLE_NAME

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

PRINTER_STYLE_NAME (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30) Name of printer styleUSER_PRINTER_STYLE_NAME NOT NULL VARCHAR2(80) Title of printer styleLANGUAGE (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(4) LanguageLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnSOURCE_LANG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(4) The Language the text will

mirror. If text is not yettranslated into LANGUAGE thenany changes to the text in thesource language row will bereflected here as well.

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_PRINTER_STYLES_TL_U1 UNIQUE 1 PRINTER_STYLE_NAME2 LANGUAGE

FND_PRINTER_STYLES_TL_U2 UNIQUE 2 USER_PRINTER_STYLE_NAME4 LANGUAGE

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_PRINTER_SUBROUTINES

FND_PRINTER_SUBROUTINES stores information about subroutinesthat are linked with the concurrent managers that issue printcommands. Each row includes the name of a subroutine, the type of aprinter driver that calls this subroutine, and the platform code. Youneed one row for each subroutine that is called by a specific type ofprinter driver.

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

PRINTER_SUBROUTINE_NAME (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30) Name of printer subroutinePLATFORM_CODE (PK) NULL VARCHAR2(30) Platform codeLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnDRIVER_TYPE_CODE NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30) Driver type codeDESCRIPTION NULL VARCHAR2(255) Description

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_PRINTER_SUBROUTINES_U1 UNIQUE 1 PRINTER_SUBROUTINE_NAME2 PLATFORM_CODE

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_PRINTER_TL

FND_PRINTER_TL store information about printers in installedlanguages. Each row includes the printer name and a language codethat indicates what language the information is in. You need one rowfor each printer in each of the installed languages.

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_PRINTER PRINTER_NAME PRINTER_NAME

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

PRINTER_NAME (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30) Printer nameLANGUAGE (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(4) LanguageCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnDESCRIPTION NULL VARCHAR2(240) DescriptionSOURCE_LANG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(4) The Language the text will

mirror. If text is not yettranslated into LANGUAGE thenany changes to the text in thesource language row will bereflected here as well.

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_PRINTER_TL_U1 UNIQUE 1 PRINTER_NAME2 LANGUAGE

FND_PRINTER_TL_U2 UNIQUE 4 PRINTER_NAME6 LANGUAGE

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_PRINTER_TYPES

FND_PRINTER_TYPES stores printer types. Each row includes thename and description of a type of printer. Oracle Application ObjectLibrary does not use the RESET_STRING column in release 10 (version6.0). You need one row for each type of printer installed at your site.Oracle Application Object Library uses this information in a LOV youuse to register individual printers. . .

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

PRINTER_TYPE (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30) Printer typeLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnDESCRIPTION NULL VARCHAR2(240) DescriptionRESET_STRING NULL VARCHAR2(240) Not currently used

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_PRINTER_TYPES_U1 UNIQUE 1 PRINTER_TYPE

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_PRODUCT_DEPENDENCIES

FND_PRODUCT_DEPENDENCIES stores information about eachOracle Applications product at your site. Each row includes values thatidentify the product installation (APPLICATION_ID, ORACLE_ID).Each row also includes values that identify the installation of thedependent or ”shared” product (REQUIRED_APPLICATION_ID,REQUIRED_ORACLE_ID). For example, if your application requirestwo other products, Oracle Application Object Library and OracleGeneral Leddger, then you should have two rows for your application.Oracle Applications uses this information for installing and upgradingthe database and for other purposes.

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_PRODUCT_INSTALLATIONS APPLICATION_ID APPLICATION_IDORACLE_ID ORACLE_ID

FND_PRODUCT_INSTALLATIONS APPLICATION_ID REQUIRED_APPLICATION_IDORACLE_ID REQUIRED_ORACLE_ID

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

APPLICATION_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Application identifierORACLE_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) ORACLE account in which the

application is installedREQUIRED_APPLICATION_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Identifier of application that

the application depends onREQUIRED_ORACLE_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) ORACLE account in which the

dependent application isinstalled

LAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who column

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_PRODUCT_DEPENDENCIES_U1 UNIQUE 1 APPLICATION_ID2 ORACLE_ID3 REQUIRED_APPLICATION_ID4 REQUIRED_ORACLE_ID

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_PRODUCT_GROUPS

FND_PRODUCT_GROUPS stores information about what release,language and type of product group (for example, Standard orDemonstration) you have installed at your site.FND_PRODUCT_GROUPS also stores supplementary informationabout the product group type in the ARGUMENT1 column.FND_PRODUCT_GROUPS is used mainly by AutoInstall. OracleApplication Object Library uses this information to provide you withrelease information when you do \ Help Version. You should nevermodify this table. The CODESET column is no longer used and maycontain the value ’Not Used’. . .

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

PRODUCT_GROUP_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Product group identifierLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnPRODUCT_GROUP_NAME NOT NULL VARCHAR2(60) Product group nameRELEASE_NAME NOT NULL VARCHAR2(50) Release namePRODUCT_GROUP_TYPE NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30) Product group type (for

example, Standard)ARGUMENT1 NULL VARCHAR2(30) Supplementary information for

product group typeMULTI_ORG_FLAG NULL VARCHAR2(1)MULTI_LINGUAL_FLAG NULL VARCHAR2(1)MULTI_CURRENCY_FLAG NULL VARCHAR2(1) Is Multi–Currency installed in

this database

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_PRODUCT_INSTALLATIONS

FND_PRODUCT_INSTALLATIONS stores information about OracleApplications products at your site. Each row includes a valueidentifying the application (APPLICATION_ID), a value identifying thedatabase account (ORACLE_ID), the product’s version number(PRODUCT_VERSION), the product’s status at your site (STATUS,where I means installed, L means custom, N means not installed, and Smeans installed as shared product), and the product’s industry(INDUSTRY, where C means for commercial or for–profit use, G meansfor educational or not–for–profit use, B means Project Billing, and Pmeans Project Costing). Each row also includes the names of thetablespace in which the application tables, indexes, and temporaryobjects reside (TABLESPACE, INDEX_TABLESPACE, andTEMPORARY_TABLESPACE), and the sizing factor for the product(SIZING_FACTOR). Oracle Applications uses this information todisplay product version numbers when you choose \ Help Version,when installing and upgrading your database, and for other purposes.

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_APPLICATION APPLICATION_ID APPLICATION_IDFND_ORACLE_USERID ORACLE_ID ORACLE_ID

QuickCodes ColumnsColumn QuickCodes Type QuickCodes Table

DB_STATUS FND_PRODUCT_STATUS FND_LOOKUPSI InstalledL CustomN Not installedS Shared

INDUSTRY FND_PRODUCT_INDUSTRY FND_LOOKUPSB Project BillingC CommercialG GovernmentN UnknownP Project CostingT Test purposes

STATUS FND_PRODUCT_STATUS FND_LOOKUPSI InstalledL CustomN Not installedS Shared

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

APPLICATION_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Application identifierORACLE_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) ORACLE account in which the

application is installed

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Column Descriptions (Continued)Name Null? Type Description

LAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnPRODUCT_VERSION NULL VARCHAR2(30) Version number for the

applicationSTATUS NULL VARCHAR2(1) The status of the applicationINDUSTRY NULL VARCHAR2(1) The industry of the applicationTABLESPACE NULL VARCHAR2(30) Name of tablespace for the

application’s tablesINDEX_TABLESPACE NULL VARCHAR2(30) Name of tablespace for the

application’s indexesTEMPORARY_TABLESPACE NULL VARCHAR2(30) Name of tablespace for

temporary objectsSIZING_FACTOR NULL NUMBER The sizing factor for the

applicationINSTALL_GROUP_NUM NULL NUMBER(15)DB_STATUS NULL VARCHAR2(1)PATCH_LEVEL NULL VARCHAR2(30)

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_PRODUCT_INSTALLATIONS_PK UNIQUE 1 APPLICATION_ID2 ORACLE_ID

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_PROFILE_OPTIONS

FND_PROFILE_OPTIONS stores information about user profile options.Each row includes names (the actual profile option name and the moredescriptive end–user name) and a description of the profile option.Each row also includes the LOV definition, if any, that this profile optionuses to ensure that users enter a valid value for the option, as well asflags that indicate whether users can see or change its value and flagsthat indicate whether certain Oracle Application Object Library routinescan manipulate this option. Each row also includes start and end dates,if any, for this option. You need one row for each profile option (otherthan internally generated profile options). Oracle Application ObjectLibrary uses this information to generate user profiles. . .

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_APPLICATION APPLICATION_ID APPLICATION_ID

QuickCodes ColumnsColumn QuickCodes Type QuickCodes Table

APP_ENABLED_FLAG YES_NO FND_LOOKUPSN NoY Yes

APP_UPDATE_ALLOWED_FLAG YES_NO FND_LOOKUPSN NoY Yes

READ_ALLOWED_FLAG YES_NO FND_LOOKUPSN NoY Yes

RESP_ENABLED_FLAG YES_NO FND_LOOKUPSN NoY Yes

RESP_UPDATE_ALLOWED_FLAG YES_NO FND_LOOKUPSN NoY Yes

SITE_ENABLED_FLAG YES_NO FND_LOOKUPSN NoY Yes

SITE_UPDATE_ALLOWED_FLAG YES_NO FND_LOOKUPSN NoY Yes

USER_CHANGEABLE_FLAG YES_NO FND_LOOKUPSN NoY Yes

USER_ENABLED_FLAG YES_NO FND_LOOKUPSN NoY Yes

USER_UPDATE_ALLOWED_FLAG YES_NO FND_LOOKUPSN No

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QuickCodes Columns (Continued)Column QuickCodes Type QuickCodes Table

Y Yes

USER_VISIBLE_FLAG YES_NO FND_LOOKUPSN NoY Yes

WRITE_ALLOWED_FLAG YES_NO FND_LOOKUPSN NoY Yes

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

APPLICATION_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER Application identifierPROFILE_OPTION_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER Profile option identifierPROFILE_OPTION_NAME NOT NULL VARCHAR2(80) Name of the profile optionLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnWRITE_ALLOWED_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Flag to indicate if user exits

or forms can update the profileoption

READ_ALLOWED_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Flag to indicate if user exitsor forms can read the profileoption

USER_CHANGEABLE_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Flag to indicate if users canupdate the value for theprofile option

USER_VISIBLE_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Flag to indicate if users cansee the value for the profileoption

SITE_ENABLED_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Flag to indicate whether theprofile option is enabled atthe site level

SITE_UPDATE_ALLOWED_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Flag to indicate whether theprofile option should beupdatable at the site level

APP_ENABLED_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Flag to indicate whether theprofile option is enabled atthe application level

APP_UPDATE_ALLOWED_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Flag to indicate whether theprofile option should beupdatable at the applicationlevel

RESP_ENABLED_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Flag to indicate whether theprofile option is enabled atthe responsibility level

RESP_UPDATE_ALLOWED_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Flag to indicate whether theprofile option should beupdatable at the responsibilitylevel

USER_ENABLED_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Flag to indicate whether theprofile option is enabled atthe user level

USER_UPDATE_ALLOWED_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Flag to indicate whether theprofile option should beupdatable at the user level

START_DATE_ACTIVE NOT NULL DATE The date the profile optionbecomes active

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Column Descriptions (Continued)Name Null? Type Description

SQL_VALIDATION NULL VARCHAR2(2000) The validation criteria for LOVdefinition of profile optionvalues

END_DATE_ACTIVE NULL DATE The date the profile optionexpires

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_PROFILE_OPTIONS_U1 UNIQUE 1 APPLICATION_ID2 PROFILE_OPTION_ID

FND_PROFILE_OPTIONS_U2 UNIQUE 1 PROFILE_OPTION_NAME

SequencesSequence Derived Column

FND_PROFILE_OPTIONS_S PROFILE_OPTION_ID

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FND_PROFILE_OPTIONS_TL

FND_PROFILE_OPTIONS_TL stores translated information about userprofile options. Each row includes names (the actual profile option andthe more descriptive title), a description of the profile option, and alanguage code indicating what language the information is in. You needone row for each profile option in each of the installed languages.

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_PROFILE_OPTIONS PROFILE_OPTION_NAME PROFILE_OPTION_NAME

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

PROFILE_OPTION_NAME (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(80) Name of the profile optionLANGUAGE (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(4) LanguageUSER_PROFILE_OPTION_NAME NOT NULL VARCHAR2(240) Title of the profile optionCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnDESCRIPTION NULL VARCHAR2(240) DescriptionSOURCE_LANG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(4) The Language the text will

mirror. If text is not yettranslated into LANGUAGE thenany changes to the text in thesource language row will bereflected here as well.

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_PROFILE_OPTIONS_TL_U1 UNIQUE 1 PROFILE_OPTION_NAME2 LANGUAGE

FND_PROFILE_OPTIONS_TL_U2 UNIQUE 2 USER_PROFILE_OPTION_NAME4 LANGUAGE

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_PROFILE_OPTION_VALUES

FND_PROFILE_OPTION_VALUES stores values for user profileoptions. Each row includes values that identify the profile option, theprofile level, the user, responsibility, application or site for whom theprofile value is set (LEVEL_VALUE). Each row also include the actualvalue for the option (always a CHAR string). If the option is set for aresponsibility, LEVEL_VALUE_APPLICATION_ID identifies theapplication that has the responsibility. You need one row for eachprofile option setting (at each level, for each user, and so on). OracleApplication Object Library uses this information to operate applicationsaccording to user profiles. . .

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_APPLICATION APPLICATION_ID LEVEL_VALUEFND_PROFILE_OPTIONS APPLICATION_ID APPLICATION_ID

PROFILE_OPTION_ID PROFILE_OPTION_IDFND_RESPONSIBILITY APPLICATION_ID LEVEL_VALUE_APPLICATION_ID

RESPONSIBILITY_ID LEVEL_VALUEFND_USER USER_ID LEVEL_VALUE

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

APPLICATION_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER Application identifierPROFILE_OPTION_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER Profile option identifierLEVEL_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER Profile level identifierLEVEL_VALUE (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER The value of the profile levelLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnPROFILE_OPTION_VALUE NULL VARCHAR2(240) The value of the profile optionLEVEL_VALUE_APPLICATION_ID (PK) NULL NUMBER(15) Application identifier for the

profile level ”Application”

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_PROFILE_OPTION_VALUES_N1 NOT UNIQUE 1 LEVEL_ID2 LEVEL_VALUE3 LEVEL_VALUE_APPLICATION_ID

FND_PROFILE_OPTION_VALUES_U1 UNIQUE 1 APPLICATION_ID2 PROFILE_OPTION_ID3 LEVEL_ID4 LEVEL_VALUE_APPLICATION_ID5 LEVEL_VALUE

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Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_REQUEST_GROUPS

FND_REQUEST_GROUPS stores information about report securitygroups. Each row includes a value identifying a report security group,the name of a report security group, the group code, and a description ofthe report security group. You need one row for each report securitygroup you define in the Define Report Security Group form. OracleApplication Object Library uses this information to control access toreports from different responsibilities. . .

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_APPLICATION APPLICATION_ID APPLICATION_ID

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

APPLICATION_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Application identifierREQUEST_GROUP_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Report security group

identifierREQUEST_GROUP_NAME NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30) The name of the report security

groupLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnDESCRIPTION NULL VARCHAR2(80) DescriptionREQUEST_GROUP_CODE NULL VARCHAR2(30) Request group code

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_REQUEST_GROUPS_U1 UNIQUE 1 APPLICATION_ID2 REQUEST_GROUP_ID

FND_REQUEST_GROUPS_U2 UNIQUE 1 APPLICATION_ID2 REQUEST_GROUP_NAME

SequencesSequence Derived Column

FND_REQUEST_GROUPS_S REQUEST_GROUP_ID

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FND_REQUEST_GROUP_UNITS

FND_REQUEST_GROUP_UNITS stores information about individualreports and groups within each report security group. Each rowincludes values that identify the report or report set, the report securitygroup the report or report set belongs to, and the type of the report orset (REQUEST_UNIT_TYPE, where A means an application, P means areport, and S means a set). You need one row for each report or reportset that you assign to a report security group in the Define ReportSecurity Group form. Oracle Application Object Library uses thisinformation to enable users to run reports from a responsibility with thisreport security group. . .

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_APPLICATION APPLICATION_ID UNIT_APPLICATION_IDFND_CONCURRENT_PROGRAMS APPLICATION_ID UNIT_APPLICATION_ID

CONCURRENT_PROGRAM_ID REQUEST_UNIT_IDFND_REQUEST_GROUPS APPLICATION_ID APPLICATION_ID

REQUEST_GROUP_ID REQUEST_GROUP_IDFND_REQUEST_SETS APPLICATION_ID UNIT_APPLICATION_ID

REQUEST_SET_ID REQUEST_UNIT_ID

QuickCodes ColumnsColumn QuickCodes Type QuickCodes Table

REQUEST_UNIT_TYPE SRS_REQUEST_UNIT_TYPES FND_LOOKUPSA ApplicationP ProgramS Set

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

APPLICATION_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Application identifierREQUEST_GROUP_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Report security group

identifierREQUEST_UNIT_TYPE (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Flag to indicate whether the

report, report set, or allreports and sets in anapplication are included in thereport security group

UNIT_APPLICATION_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Application identifier of thereport, report set, orapplication included in thereport security group

REQUEST_UNIT_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) The identifier of the report,report set, or applicationincluded in the report securitygroup

LAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who column

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Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_REQUEST_GROUP_UNITS_U1 UNIQUE 1 APPLICATION_ID2 REQUEST_GROUP_ID3 REQUEST_UNIT_TYPE4 UNIT_APPLICATION_ID5 REQUEST_UNIT_ID

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_REQUEST_SETS

FND_REQUEST_SETS stores information about report sets. Each rowincludes the name of the report set (REQUEST_SET_NAME), whetherthe reports within the set can be run simultaneously(REQUEST_SET_TYPE_FLAG where P means parallel and S meanssequential), whether the sequential report set should abort if one reportfails (ABORT_FLAG), and the start and end dates for which the reportset is valid. Each row also includes the concurrent program identifierfor the report set, the owner of the report set, the printer name and printstyle for the report set to print reports, and flags that specify whetherincompatibility rules can be defined for this report set and whether tosend all the reports in this report set to the printer together when thereport set finishes. You need one row for each report set that you defineusing the Define Report Set form. . .

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_CONCURRENT_PROGRAMS APPLICATION_ID APPLICATION_IDCONCURRENT_PROGRAM_ID CONCURRENT_PROGRAM_ID

FND_LOGINS LOGIN_ID LAST_UPDATE_LOGINFND_PRINTER PRINTER_NAME PRINTERFND_PRINTER_STYLES PRINTER_STYLE_NAME PRINT_STYLEFND_USER USER_ID CREATED_BYFND_USER USER_ID LAST_UPDATED_BYFND_USER USER_ID OWNER

QuickCodes ColumnsColumn QuickCodes Type QuickCodes Table

ALLOW_CONSTRAINTS_FLAG YES_NO FND_LOOKUPSN NoY Yes

PRINT_TOGETHER_FLAG YES_NO FND_LOOKUPSN NoY Yes

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

APPLICATION_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Application identifierREQUEST_SET_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Request Set identifierREQUEST_SET_NAME NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30) Developer name for the Request

SetLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnALLOW_CONSTRAINTS_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Determines if incompatibilities

are allowedPRINT_TOGETHER_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Save printing until set

completes

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Column Descriptions (Continued)Name Null? Type Description

START_DATE_ACTIVE NOT NULL DATE Set available from this dateSTART_STAGE NULL NUMBER(15) ID of the first stage to be

executedEND_DATE_ACTIVE NULL DATE Set unavailable after this dateCONCURRENT_PROGRAM_ID NULL NUMBER(15) ID of program for

incompatibilitiesOWNER NULL NUMBER(15) User who owns the setPRINTER NULL VARCHAR2(30) Printer assigned to the setPRINT_STYLE NULL VARCHAR2(30) Print style assigned to the setICON_NAME NULL VARCHAR2(30) Reserved for future use

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_REQUEST_SETS_U1 UNIQUE 1 APPLICATION_ID2 REQUEST_SET_ID

FND_REQUEST_SETS_U2 UNIQUE 1 APPLICATION_ID2 REQUEST_SET_NAME

SequencesSequence Derived Column

FND_REQUEST_SETS_S REQUEST_SET_ID

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FND_REQUEST_SETS_TL

FND_REQUEST_SETS_TL stores translated information about reportsets. Each row includes the identifier of the application the report set isdefined with, the name of the report set, the report set identifier, and alanguage code that indicates what language this row is in. You need onerow for each report set in each of the installed languages.

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_LANGUAGES LANGUAGE_CODE LANGUAGEFND_LANGUAGES LANGUAGE_CODE SOURCE_LANGFND_LOGINS LOGIN_ID LAST_UPDATE_LOGINFND_REQUEST_SETS APPLICATION_ID APPLICATION_ID

REQUEST_SET_ID REQUEST_SET_IDFND_USER USER_ID CREATED_BYFND_USER USER_ID LAST_UPDATED_BY

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

APPLICATION_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Application identifierREQUEST_SET_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Request Set identifierLANGUAGE (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(4) LanguageSOURCE_LANG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(4) The Language the text will

mirror. If text is not yettranslated into LANGUAGE thenany changes to the text in thesource language row will bereflected here as well.

CREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnUSER_REQUEST_SET_NAME NOT NULL VARCHAR2(240) User name for the request setDESCRIPTION NULL VARCHAR2(240) Description

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_REQUEST_SETS_TL_N1 NOT UNIQUE 1 LANGUAGEFND_REQUEST_SETS_TL_U1 UNIQUE 1 APPLICATION_ID

2 REQUEST_SET_ID3 LANGUAGE

FND_REQUEST_SETS_TL_U2 UNIQUE 3 USER_REQUEST_SET_NAME4 APPLICATION_ID6 LANGUAGE

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_REQUEST_SET_PROGRAMS

FND_REQUEST_SET_PROGRAMS stores information about reportswithin report sets. Each row includes the report set program identifier,the order the report is run within the report set, the report set itself,values identifying the report and application, and the printer the reportgoes to. Each row also includes the print style to print the report, thenumber copies to print, and the date the report is last submitted. Youneed one row for each report within a report set.

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_CONCURRENT_PROGRAMS APPLICATION_ID PROGRAM_APPLICATION_IDCONCURRENT_PROGRAM_ID CONCURRENT_PROGRAM_ID

FND_LOGINS LOGIN_ID LAST_UPDATE_LOGINFND_PRINTER PRINTER_NAME PRINTERFND_PRINTER_STYLES PRINTER_STYLE_NAME PRINT_STYLEFND_REQUEST_SET_STAGES SET_APPLICATION_ID SET_APPLICATION_ID

REQUEST_SET_ID REQUEST_SET_IDREQUEST_SET_STAGE_ID REQUEST_SET_STAGE_ID

FND_USER USER_ID CREATED_BYFND_USER USER_ID LAST_UPDATED_BY

QuickCodes ColumnsColumn QuickCodes Type QuickCodes Table

SAVE_OUTPUT_FLAG YES_NO FND_LOOKUPSN NoY Yes

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

SET_APPLICATION_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Set application identifierREQUEST_SET_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Request Set identifierREQUEST_SET_STAGE_ID NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Stage identifier for the

request setREQUEST_SET_PROGRAM_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15)

FND_REQUEST_SET_PROGRAMS_S.NEXTVAL

SEQUENCE NOT NULL NUMBER(15) The sequence of the report inthe report set

LAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnPROGRAM_APPLICATION_ID NOT NULL NUMBER(15) The application identifier of

the report in the report setCONCURRENT_PROGRAM_ID NOT NULL NUMBER(15) ID of program for

incompatibilitiesNLS_LANGUAGE NULL VARCHAR2(30) LanguageNLS_TERRITORY NULL VARCHAR2(30) The territory using the

languageCRITICAL NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Is this a critical stage

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Column Descriptions (Continued)Name Null? Type Description

NUMBER_OF_COPIES NULL NUMBER(15) The number of copies to printfor the report output

PRINTER NULL VARCHAR2(30) Printer assigned to the setPRINT_STYLE NULL VARCHAR2(30) Print style assigned to the setSAVE_OUTPUT_FLAG NULL VARCHAR2(1) Flag to indicate whether to

save the report output or not

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_REQUEST_SET_PROGRAMS_U1 UNIQUE 1 SET_APPLICATION_ID2 REQUEST_SET_ID4 REQUEST_SET_STAGE_ID5 SEQUENCE

FND_REQUEST_SET_PROGRAMS_U2 UNIQUE 1 SET_APPLICATION_ID2 REQUEST_SET_ID3 REQUEST_SET_PROGRAM_ID

SequencesSequence Derived Column

FND_REQUEST_SET_PROGRAMS_S REQUEST_SET_PROGRAM_ID

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FND_REQUEST_SET_PROGRAM_ARGS

FND_REQUEST_SET_PROGRAM_ARGS stores information aboutarguments in every report set defined with Oracle Application ObjectLibrary. Each row includes values that identify an application that ownsthe report set, a report set, a program or report belonging to the reportset, and an application that owns the descriptive flexfield which is usedfor popping up the report argument window. Each row also includesthe name of the descriptive flexfield, the argument for the program orreport, the default value for the argument, the type of the default value,the shared parameter name for the argument used among the report,and flags to specify whether users can update or see the argument.Oracle Application Object Library uses this information to display eachargument in the report argument window.

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_DESCRIPTIVE_FLEXS APPLICATION_ID DESCRIPTIVE_FLEX_APPL_IDDESCRIPTIVE_FLEXFIELD_NAME DESCRIPTIVE_FLEXFIELD_NAME

FND_REQUEST_SET_PROGRAMS SET_APPLICATION_ID APPLICATION_IDREQUEST_SET_ID REQUEST_SET_IDREQUEST_SET_PROGRAM_ID REQUEST_SET_PROGRAM_ID

QuickCodes ColumnsColumn QuickCodes Type QuickCodes Table

DEFAULT_TYPE FLEX_DEFAULT_TYPE FND_LOOKUPSC ConstantD Current DateF FieldP ProfileS SQL StatementT Current Times Segment

DISPLAY_FLAG YES_NO FND_LOOKUPSN NoY Yes

INSERT_FLAG YES_NO FND_LOOKUPSN NoY Yes

UPDATE_FLAG YES_NO FND_LOOKUPSN NoY Yes

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

APPLICATION_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Application identifierREQUEST_SET_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Request Set identifierREQUEST_SET_PROGRAM_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Report set program identifierDESCRIPTIVE_FLEX_APPL_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Identifier of the application

with which the descriptiveflexfield is defined

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Column Descriptions (Continued)Name Null? Type Description

DESCRIPTIVE_FLEXFIELD_NAME (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(40) Descriptive flexfield nameAPPLICATION_COLUMN_NAME (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30) Column nameLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnDISPLAY_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Flag to indicate whether to

display the argumentINSERT_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Flag to indicate whether a

value can be entered for theargument

UPDATE_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Flag to indicate whether theargument can be updated

DEFAULT_TYPE NULL VARCHAR2(1) Type of default valueDEFAULT_VALUE NULL VARCHAR2(2000) Default valueSHARED_PARAMETER_NAME NULL VARCHAR2(30) Name of the shared parameter

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_REQUEST_SET_PROG_ARGS_U1 UNIQUE 1 APPLICATION_ID2 REQUEST_SET_ID3 REQUEST_SET_PROGRAM_ID4 DESCRIPTIVE_FLEX_APPL_ID5 DESCRIPTIVE_FLEXFIELD_NAME6 APPLICATION_COLUMN_NAME

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_REQUEST_SET_STAGES

A request set is composed of one or more stages. Information abouteach stage is stored in FND_REQUEST_SET_STAGES. Each row has aforeign key into the FND_REQUEST_SETS table. The SUCCESS_LINK,WARNING_LINK, and ERROR_LINK columns point to the next stagethat the request set should execute depending on the stage completionstatus.

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_CONCURRENT_PROGRAMS APPLICATION_ID SET_APPLICATION_IDCONCURRENT_PROGRAM_ID CONCURRENT_PROGRAM_ID

FND_EXECUTABLES APPLICATION_ID FUNCTION_APPLICATION_IDEXECUTABLE_ID FUNCTION_ID

FND_LOGINS LOGIN_ID LAST_UPDATE_LOGINFND_REQUEST_SETS APPLICATION_ID SET_APPLICATION_ID

REQUEST_SET_ID REQUEST_SET_IDFND_REQUEST_SET_STAGES SET_APPLICATION_ID SET_APPLICATION_ID

REQUEST_SET_ID REQUEST_SET_IDREQUEST_SET_STAGE_ID SUCCESS_LINK

FND_REQUEST_SET_STAGES SET_APPLICATION_ID SET_APPLICATION_IDREQUEST_SET_ID REQUEST_SET_IDREQUEST_SET_STAGE_ID WARNING_LINK

FND_REQUEST_SET_STAGES SET_APPLICATION_ID SET_APPLICATION_IDREQUEST_SET_ID REQUEST_SET_IDREQUEST_SET_STAGE_ID ERROR_LINK

FND_USER USER_ID CREATED_BYFND_USER USER_ID LAST_UPDATED_BY

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

SET_APPLICATION_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Set application identifierREQUEST_SET_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Request Set identifierREQUEST_SET_STAGE_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Stage identifier for the

request setSTAGE_NAME NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30) Developer name for the stageLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnCRITICAL NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Is this a critical stageOUTCOME NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Reserved for future useALLOW_CONSTRAINTS_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Determines if incompatibilities

are allowedDISPLAY_SEQUENCE NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Used for ordering in Forms and

ReportsFUNCTION_APPLICATION_ID NULL NUMBER(15) Applicaiton ID of the stage

functionFUNCTION_ID NULL NUMBER(15) Executable ID of stage functionSUCCESS_LINK NULL NUMBER(15) Next stage ID for successWARNING_LINK NULL NUMBER(15) Next stage ID for warningERROR_LINK NULL NUMBER(15) Next stage ID for errorCONCURRENT_PROGRAM_ID NULL NUMBER(15) ID of program for

incompatibilities

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Column Descriptions (Continued)Name Null? Type Description

X NULL NUMBER(15) X coordinate on designer canvasY NULL NUMBER(15) Y coordinate on designer canvasICON_NAME NULL VARCHAR2(30) Reserved for future use

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_REQUEST_SET_STAGES_U1 UNIQUE 2 SET_APPLICATION_ID4 REQUEST_SET_ID6 REQUEST_SET_STAGE_ID

FND_REQUEST_SET_STAGES_U2 UNIQUE 2 SET_APPLICATION_ID4 REQUEST_SET_ID6 STAGE_NAME

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_REQUEST_SET_STAGES_TL

FND_REQUEST_SET_STAGES_TL stores translated information aboutthe request set stages in FND_REQUEST_SET_STAGES.

Each row includes the language the row is translated to, the translate dattributes of the request set stage, and the request set stage identifierwhich uniquely identifies the request set stage. You need one row foreach request set stage in each of the installed languages. Each rowincludes a language and source_lang column which can be used todetermine if a value has been translated or defaulted.

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_LANGUAGES LANGUAGE_CODE LANGUAGEFND_LANGUAGES LANGUAGE_CODE SOURCE_LANGFND_LOGINS LOGIN_ID LAST_UPDATE_LOGINFND_REQUEST_SET_STAGES SET_APPLICATION_ID SET_APPLICATION_ID

REQUEST_SET_ID REQUEST_SET_IDREQUEST_SET_STAGE_ID REQUEST_SET_STAGE_ID

FND_USER USER_ID CREATED_BYFND_USER USER_ID LAST_UPDATED_BY

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

SET_APPLICATION_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Set application identifierREQUEST_SET_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Request Set identifierREQUEST_SET_STAGE_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Stage identifier for the

request setLANGUAGE (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(4) LanguageSOURCE_LANG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(4) The Language the text will

mirror. If text is not yettranslated into LANGUAGE thenany changes to the text in thesource language row will bereflected here as well.

CREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnUSER_STAGE_NAME NOT NULL VARCHAR2(240) User name for the stageDESCRIPTION NULL VARCHAR2(240) Description

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_REQUEST_SET_STAGES_TL_U1 UNIQUE 2 SET_APPLICATION_ID4 REQUEST_SET_ID6 REQUEST_SET_STAGE_ID8 LANGUAGE

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Indexes (Continued)Index Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_REQUEST_SET_STAGES_TL_U2 UNIQUE 2 SET_APPLICATION_ID4 REQUEST_SET_ID8 USER_STAGE_NAME10 LANGUAGE

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_RESPONSIBILITY

FND_RESPONSIBILITY stores information about responsibilities. Eachrow includes the name and description of the responsibility, theapplication it belongs to, and values that identify the main menu, andthe first form that it uses. Each row also includes values that identifythe data group and the data group application identifier. OracleApplication Object Library uses GROUP_APPLICATION_ID andREQUEST_GROUP_ID to identify report security group assigned to theresponsibilities. TERM_SECURITY_ENABLED_FLAG is Y if Securityby Terminal is enabled for the responsibility. You need one row for eachresponsibility at your site. Oracle Application Object Library uses thisinformation to determine which application data, forms, menus andreports a user can access. . .

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_APPLICATION APPLICATION_ID APPLICATION_IDFND_DATA_GROUP_UNITS APPLICATION_ID DATA_GROUP_APPLICATION_ID

DATA_GROUP_ID DATA_GROUP_IDFND_MENUS MENU_ID MENU_IDFND_REQUEST_GROUPS APPLICATION_ID GROUP_APPLICATION_ID

REQUEST_GROUP_ID REQUEST_GROUP_ID

QuickCodes ColumnsColumn QuickCodes Type QuickCodes Table

TERM_SECURITY_ENABLED_FLAG YES_NO FND_LOOKUPSN NoY Yes

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

APPLICATION_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Application identifierRESPONSIBILITY_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Responsibility identifierLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnDATA_GROUP_APPLICATION_ID NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Data group application

identifierDATA_GROUP_ID NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Data group identifierMENU_ID NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Menu identifierTERM_SECURITY_ENABLED_FLAG NULL VARCHAR2(1) Flag to indicate if Security by

Terminal is enabled for theresponsibility

START_DATE NOT NULL DATE The date the responsibilitybecomes active

END_DATE NULL DATE The date the responsibilityexpires

GROUP_APPLICATION_ID NULL NUMBER(15) Application identifier fromreport security groupdefinition

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Column Descriptions (Continued)Name Null? Type Description

REQUEST_GROUP_ID NULL NUMBER(15) Identifier of report securitygroup assigned to theresponsibility

VERSION NULL VARCHAR2(1) Version of responsibility. Forexample, web (W) or AOL (4)

WEB_HOST_NAME NULL VARCHAR2(80) IP address or alias of machinewhere the Webserver is running.Defaults to the last agent

WEB_AGENT_NAME NULL VARCHAR2(80) Name of Oracle Web Agent.Defaults to the last agent

RESPONSIBILITY_KEY NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30) Internal developer name forresponsibility

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_RESPONSIBILITY_U1 UNIQUE 4 APPLICATION_ID6 RESPONSIBILITY_ID

FND_RESPONSIBILITY_U2 UNIQUE 1 RESPONSIBILITY_KEY2 APPLICATION_ID

SequencesSequence Derived Column

FND_RESPONSIBILITY_S RESPONSIBILITY_ID

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FND_RESPONSIBILITY_TL

FND_RESPONSIBILITY_TL stores translated information aboutresponsibilities. Each row includes the responsibility name, theresponsibility identifier, and the application identifier of the applicationthe responsibility belongs to, and a description for the responsibility.Each row also includes a language code that specifies what language therow is in. You need one row for each responsibility at your site in eachof the installed languages.

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_RESPONSIBILITY APPLICATION_ID APPLICATION_IDRESPONSIBILITY_ID RESPONSIBILITY_ID

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

APPLICATION_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER Application identifierRESPONSIBILITY_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER Responsibility identifierLANGUAGE (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(4) LanguageRESPONSIBILITY_NAME NOT NULL VARCHAR2(100) Name of responsibilityCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnDESCRIPTION NULL VARCHAR2(240) DescriptionSOURCE_LANG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(4) The Language the text will

mirror. If text is not yettranslated into LANGUAGE thenany changes to the text in thesource language row will bereflected here as well.

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_RESPONSIBILITY_TL_U1 UNIQUE 1 APPLICATION_ID2 RESPONSIBILITY_ID3 LANGUAGE

FND_RESPONSIBILITY_TL_U2 UNIQUE 2 APPLICATION_ID3 RESPONSIBILITY_NAME5 LANGUAGE

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_RESP_FUNCTIONS

FND_RESP_FUNCTIONS stores security exclusion rules for functionsecurity menus. Security exclusion rules are lists of functions andmenus inaccessible to a particular responsibility. Each row includes anaction identifier whose value is dependent on the rule type.(ACTION_ID=FUNCTION_ID from fnd_form_functions ifRULE_TYPE=’F’ or ACTION_ID=MENU_ID from FND_MENUS ifRULE_TYPE=’M’)

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_FORM_FUNCTIONS FUNCTION_ID ACTION_IDFND_MENUS MENU_ID ACTION_IDFND_RESPONSIBILITY APPLICATION_ID APPLICATION_ID

RESPONSIBILITY_ID RESPONSIBILITY_ID

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

APPLICATION_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Application identifierRESPONSIBILITY_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Responsibility identifierACTION_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Value depends on RULE_TYPERULE_TYPE (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Rule typeLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who column

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_RESP_FUNCTIONS_U1 UNIQUE 1 APPLICATION_ID2 RESPONSIBILITY_ID3 RULE_TYPE4 ACTION_ID

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_RT_REQUESTS

FND_RT_REQUESTS stores concurrent requests associated with testssubmitted by the Forms 4.5 RT system Suite Runner during a testplayback. Rows in this table are temporary (they only exist for theduration of a test), and the information is for Suite Runner internal useonly.

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

TEST_ID NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Test identifierREQUEST_ID NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Request identifier

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_RT_REQUESTS_U1 UNIQUE 2 TEST_ID4 REQUEST_ID

SequencesSequence Derived Column

FND_RT_REQUESTS_S TEST_ID

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FND_RUN_REQUESTS

FND_RUN_REQUESTS stores information about running reports withina report set. Each row includes values that identify the running request,the parent request, the request set, and information for printing thereport. Each row also includes the order within the set for the request torun, the application that owns the report, the concurrent program thatruns the request, and the arguments. You need one row for each reportwithin a report set. Oracle Application Object Library uses thisinformation to run each report within a report set. . .

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_CONCURRENT_PROGRAMS APPLICATION_ID APPLICATION_IDCONCURRENT_PROGRAM_ID CONCURRENT_PROGRAM_ID

FND_CONCURRENT_REQUESTS REQUEST_ID PARENT_REQUEST_IDFND_CONCURRENT_REQUESTS REQUEST_ID REQUEST_IDFND_PRINTER PRINTER_NAME PRINTERFND_PRINTER_STYLES PRINTER_STYLE_NAME PRINT_STYLEFND_REQUEST_SET_PROGRAMS SET_APPLICATION_ID SET_APPLICATION_ID

REQUEST_SET_ID REQUEST_SET_IDREQUEST_SET_PROGRAM_ID REQUEST_SET_PROGRAM_ID

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

APPLICATION_ID NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Application identifierCONCURRENT_PROGRAM_ID NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Concurrent program identifierPARENT_REQUEST_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) The request identifier of the

parent report setREQUEST_SET_PROGRAM_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) The identifier for the request

set programSET_APPLICATION_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Application identifier of the

report in the report setREQUEST_SET_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Report set identifierREQUEST_ID NULL NUMBER(15) Concurrent request identifierNUMBER_OF_COPIES NULL NUMBER(15) The number of report copies to

printPRINTER NULL VARCHAR2(30) Printer namePRINT_STYLE NULL VARCHAR2(30) Print style used to print

requestSAVE_OUTPUT_FLAG NULL VARCHAR2(1) Indicates if report output is

savedARGUMENT1 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT2 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT3 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT4 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT5 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT6 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT7 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT8 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT9 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT10 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT11 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT12 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request Argument

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Column Descriptions (Continued)Name Null? Type Description

ARGUMENT13 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT14 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT15 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT16 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT17 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT18 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT19 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT20 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT21 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT22 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT23 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT24 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT25 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT26 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT27 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT28 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT29 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT30 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT31 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT32 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT33 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT34 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT35 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT36 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT37 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT38 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT39 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT40 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT41 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT42 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT43 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT44 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT45 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT46 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT47 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT48 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT49 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT50 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT51 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT52 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT53 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT54 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT55 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT56 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT57 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT58 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT59 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT60 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT61 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT62 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT63 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT64 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT65 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT66 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request Argument

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Column Descriptions (Continued)Name Null? Type Description

ARGUMENT67 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT68 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT69 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT70 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT71 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT72 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT73 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT74 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT75 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT76 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT77 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT78 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT79 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT80 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT81 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT82 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT83 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT84 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT85 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT86 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT87 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT88 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT89 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT90 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT91 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT92 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT93 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT94 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT95 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT96 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT97 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT98 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT99 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentARGUMENT100 NULL VARCHAR2(240) Concurrent Request ArgumentNLS_LANGUAGE NULL VARCHAR2(30) LanguageNLS_TERRITORY NULL VARCHAR2(30) The territory using the

language

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_RUN_REQUESTS_N1 NOT UNIQUE 5 REQUEST_IDFND_RUN_REQUESTS_U1 UNIQUE 1 PARENT_REQUEST_ID

3 REQUEST_SET_PROGRAM_ID5 SET_APPLICATION_ID7 REQUEST_SET_ID

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_RUN_REQ_LANGUAGES

FND_RUN_REQ_LANGUAGES stores the language selections forconcurrent requests that will run in multiple languages. When amultilingual request is submitted, a parent request is created inFND_CONCURRENT_REQUESTS, and one row in inserted intoFND_RUN_REQ_LANGUAGES for each requested language..

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_CONCURRENT_REQUESTS REQUEST_ID PARENT_REQUEST_IDFND_LOGINS LOGIN_ID LAST_UPDATE_LOGINFND_USER USER_ID CREATED_BYFND_USER USER_ID LAST_UPDATED_BY

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

PARENT_REQUEST_ID NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Concurrent request identifierNLS_LANGUAGE NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30) Code for languageNLS_TERRITORY NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30) Code for territory using the

languageLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NOT NULL NUMBER Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER Standard Who column

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_RUN_REQ_LANGUAGES_U1 UNIQUE 1 PARENT_REQUEST_ID2 NLS_LANGUAGE

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_RUN_REQ_PP_ACTIONS

FND_RUN_REQ_PP_ACTIONS stores the post request processingactions (e.g., print, notify) for the submitted request set programs thatare stored in FND_RUN_REQUESTS.

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_CONCURRENT_REQUESTS REQUEST_ID PARENT_REQUEST_IDFND_REQUEST_SET_PROGRAMS SET_APPLICATION_ID SET_APPLICATION_ID

REQUEST_SET_ID REQUEST_SET_IDREQUEST_SET_PROGRAM_ID REQUEST_SET_PROGRAM_ID

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

PARENT_REQUEST_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER Identifier for the parentrequest

REQUEST_SET_PROGRAM_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER Identifier for the request setprogram

SET_APPLICATION_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Application identifier for therequest set

REQUEST_SET_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Identifier for the request setACTION_TYPE NOT NULL NUMBER Type of actionSTATUS_S_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Perform action on successSTATUS_W_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Perform action on warningSTATUS_F_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Perform action on failurePROGRAM_APPLICATION_ID NULL NUMBER Application identifier for the

programPROGRAM_ID NULL NUMBER Identifier for the programARGUMENTS NULL VARCHAR2(255) Concurrent Request ArgumentSEQUENCE (PK) NULL NUMBER Indicates the order for the

post processing actionsNUMBER_OF_COPIES NULL NUMBER Indicates the number of copies

to printORIG_SYSTEM NULL VARCHAR2(48) Source of data for workflow

roleORIG_SYSTEM_ID NULL NUMBER Identifier in original system

for workflow roleNLS_LANGUAGE NULL VARCHAR2(30) NLS language code

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_RUN_REQ_PP_ACTIONS_N1 NOT UNIQUE 1 PARENT_REQUEST_ID2 REQUEST_SET_PROGRAM_ID3 REQUEST_SET_ID4 SET_APPLICATION_ID

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_SECURITY_GROUPS

FND_SECURITY_GROUPS stores information about security groupsused to partition data in a Service Bureau architecture.

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

SECURITY_GROUP_ID NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Security group identifierSECURITY_GROUP_KEY NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30) Security group developer keyCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_DATE NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who column

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_SECURITY_GROUPS_U1 UNIQUE 1 SECURITY_GROUP_IDFND_SECURITY_GROUPS_U2 UNIQUE 1 SECURITY_GROUP_KEY

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_SECURITY_GROUPS_TL

FND_SECURITY_GROUPS_TL stores translated information about eachof the security groups in FND_SECURITY_GROUPS.Each row includesthe language the row is translated to, the name and description of thesecurity group, and the security group identifier that uniquely identifieseach security group. You need one row for each security group in eachof the installed languages.

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

SECURITY_GROUP_ID NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Security group identifierLANGUAGE NOT NULL VARCHAR2(4) LanguageSECURITY_GROUP_NAME NOT NULL VARCHAR2(80) User name of security groupDESCRIPTION NULL VARCHAR2(240) Security group descriptionCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_DATE NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnSOURCE_LANG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(4) The Language the text will

mirror. If text is not yettranslated into LANGUAGE thenany changes to the text in thesource language row will bereflected here as well.

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_SECURITY_GROUPS_TL_U1 UNIQUE 1 SECURITY_GROUP_ID2 LANGUAGE

FND_SECURITY_GROUPS_TL_U2 UNIQUE 1 SECURITY_GROUP_NAME2 LANGUAGE

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_SEGMENT_ATTRIBUTE_TYPES

FND_SEGMENT_ATTRIBUTE_TYPES stores information aboutflexfield qualifiers for key flexfields. Each row includes the name anddescription of the flexfield qualifier, the key flexfield code, theapplication identifier, flags specifying whether the qualifier is requiredand whether it is a global qualifier, and the qualifier prompt. You needone row for each flexfield qualifier for each key flexfield. OracleApplication Object Library uses this information for key flexfields. . .

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_ID_FLEXS APPLICATION_ID APPLICATION_IDID_FLEX_CODE ID_FLEX_CODE

QuickCodes ColumnsColumn QuickCodes Type QuickCodes Table

GLOBAL_FLAG YES_NO FND_LOOKUPSN NoY Yes

REQUIRED_FLAG YES_NO FND_LOOKUPSN NoY Yes

UNIQUE_FLAG YES_NO FND_LOOKUPSN NoY Yes

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

APPLICATION_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(10) select t.application_id fromfnd_tables t, fnd_id_flexs fwhere t.table_name =f.application_table_name andf.id_flex_code =fnd_segment_attribute_types.id_flex_code and rownum = 1

ID_FLEX_CODE (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(4) Key flexfield codeSEGMENT_ATTRIBUTE_TYPE (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30) The data type of the flexfield

qualifierLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnGLOBAL_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Flag to specify whether the

flexfield qualifier applies toall segments

REQUIRED_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Flag to indicate if thequalifier is required for atleast one segment

UNIQUE_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Flag to indicate whether thequalifier only applies to onesegment

SEGMENT_PROMPT NOT NULL VARCHAR2(50) The display prompt for thesegment

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Column Descriptions (Continued)Name Null? Type Description

DESCRIPTION NULL VARCHAR2(240) Description

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_SEGMENT_ATTRIBUTE_TYPES_U1 UNIQUE 1 APPLICATION_ID2 ID_FLEX_CODE3 SEGMENT_ATTRIBUTE_TYPE

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_SEGMENT_ATTRIBUTE_VALUES

FND_SEGMENT_ATTRIBUTE_VALUES stores the values of flexfieldqualifiers for particular segments of particular key flexfield structures.Each row includes values that identify the key flexfield structure and theapplication column that underlies the particular flexfield segment theflexfield qualifier value applies to. Each row also includes the name ofthe flexfield qualifier (SEGMENT_ATTRIBUTE_TYPE) and its value (Yfor yes, N for no). You need one row for each flexfield qualifier for eachsegment of each key flexfield structure. Oracle Application ObjectLibrary uses this information for reporting and to generate a compiledkey flexfield definition to store in the FND_COMPILED_ID_FLEXStable. . .

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_ID_FLEX_SEGMENTS ID_FLEX_CODE ID_FLEX_CODEID_FLEX_NUM ID_FLEX_NUMAPPLICATION_COLUMN_NAME APPLICATION_COLUMN_NAMEAPPLICATION_ID APPLICATION_ID

FND_SEGMENT_ATTRIBUTE_TYPES SEGMENT_ATTRIBUTE_TYPE SEGMENT_ATTRIBUTE_TYPEAPPLICATION_ID APPLICATION_IDID_FLEX_CODE ID_FLEX_CODE

QuickCodes ColumnsColumn QuickCodes Type QuickCodes Table

ATTRIBUTE_VALUE YES_NO FND_LOOKUPSN NoY Yes

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

APPLICATION_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(10) select t.application_id fromfnd_tables t, fnd_id_flexs fwhere t.table_name =f.application_table_name andf.id_flex_code =fnd_segment_attribute_values.id_flex_code and rownum = 1

ID_FLEX_CODE (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(4) Key flexfield codeID_FLEX_NUM (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Key flexfield structure numberAPPLICATION_COLUMN_NAME (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30) Name of column corresponding to

the segment with the flexfieldqualifier

SEGMENT_ATTRIBUTE_TYPE (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30) Flexfield segment qualifierLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnATTRIBUTE_VALUE NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) The qualifier value

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Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_SEGMENT_ATTRIBUTE_VALS_N1 NOT UNIQUE 1 APPLICATION_ID2 ID_FLEX_CODE3 ID_FLEX_NUM4 APPLICATION_COLUMN_NAME5 SEGMENT_ATTRIBUTE_TYPE6 ATTRIBUTE_VALUE

FND_SEGMENT_ATTRIBUTE_VALS_U1 UNIQUE 1 APPLICATION_ID2 ID_FLEX_CODE3 ID_FLEX_NUM4 APPLICATION_COLUMN_NAME5 SEGMENT_ATTRIBUTE_TYPE

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_SEG_RPT_ATTRIBUTES

FND_SEG_RPT_ATTRIBUTES stores information about segmentattributes that are used by Oracle Government General Ledger forreporting purposes. Each row includes the application identifier, thekey flexfield code and structure number, the key flexfield segment nameand number, and a value identifying the value set used by the keyflexfield segment. This table is used only by Oracle Government GeneralLedger.

QuickCodes ColumnsColumn QuickCodes Type QuickCodes Table

COLUMN_TYPE COLUMN_TYPE FND_LOOKUPSC CharD DateI RowidL LongM MlslabelN NumberR RawU VarcharV Varchar2X Long RawZ Raw Mlslabel

ENABLED_FLAG YES_NO FND_LOOKUPSN NoY Yes

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

APPLICATION_ID NOT NULL NUMBER(10) Application identifierID_FLEX_CODE NOT NULL VARCHAR2(4) Key flexfield codeID_FLEX_NUM NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Key flexfield structure numberAPPLICATION_COLUMN_NAME NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30) Column nameSEGMENT_NUM NOT NULL NUMBER(3) Segment numberFLEX_VALUE_SET_ID NOT NULL NUMBER(10) Flexfield value set identifierUSER_COLUMN_NAME NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30) Segment titleINDEX_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Flag to indicate whether the

table column for this segmentis indexed

FORM_LEFT_PROMPT NOT NULL VARCHAR2(80) From left promptFORM_ABOVE_PROMPT NOT NULL VARCHAR2(80) Above promptDISPLAY_SIZE NOT NULL NUMBER(3) Display sizeENABLED_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Enabled flagCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NOT NULL NUMBER(10) Standard Who columnSEGMENT_NAME NOT NULL VARCHAR2(15) Segment nameATTR_VALUE_SET_ID NOT NULL NUMBER(10) Attribute value set identifier

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Column Descriptions (Continued)Name Null? Type Description

COLUMN_TYPE NULL VARCHAR2(1) Column data typeDESCRIPTION NULL VARCHAR2(240) DescriptionSEQUENCE NULL NUMBER SequenceFLEX_VALUE_SET_APPLICATION_ID NULL NUMBER(10) Flexfield value set application

identifierATTR_SEGMENT_NAME NULL VARCHAR2(30) Attribute segment nameATTR_COLUMN_ID NULL NUMBER(15) Attribute column identifierTABLE_ID NULL NUMBER(10) Table identifierATTRIBUTE_NUM NULL VARCHAR2(30) Attribute number

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_SEG_RPT_ATTRIBUTES_U1 UNIQUE 1 APPLICATION_ID2 ID_FLEX_CODE3 ID_FLEX_NUM4 ATTR_SEGMENT_NAME

FND_SEG_RPT_ATTRIBUTES_U2 UNIQUE 1 APPLICATION_ID2 ID_FLEX_CODE3 ID_FLEX_NUM4 APPLICATION_COLUMN_NAME

SequencesSequence Derived Column

FND_SEG_RPT_ATTRIBUTES_S SEQUENCE

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FND_SEQUENCES

FND_SEQUENCES stores information about the registered sequences inyour applications. Each row includes the sequence name and adescription. Each row also includes the information about the startvalue, increment by, minimum value, maximum value, cache size, cycleflag, and order flag. You need one row for each index column in eachapplication. Oracle Applications uses this information when installingand upgrading the database. . .

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_APPLICATION APPLICATION_ID APPLICATION_ID

QuickCodes ColumnsColumn QuickCodes Type QuickCodes Table

CYCLE_FLAG YES_NO FND_LOOKUPSN NoY Yes

ORDER_FLAG YES_NO FND_LOOKUPSN NoY Yes

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

APPLICATION_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Application identifierSEQUENCE_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Sequence identifierSEQUENCE_NAME NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30) Sequence nameLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnSTART_VALUE NOT NULL NUMBER Sequence start valueINCREMENT_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Sequence increment byMIN_VALUE NOT NULL NUMBER Sequence minimum valueMAX_VALUE NOT NULL NUMBER Sequence maximum valueCACHE_SIZE NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Sequence cache sizeCYCLE_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Sequence cycle flagORDER_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Sequence order by flagDESCRIPTION NULL VARCHAR2(240) Description

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_SEQUENCES_U1 UNIQUE 1 APPLICATION_ID2 SEQUENCE_ID

FND_SEQUENCES_U2 UNIQUE 1 SEQUENCE_NAME2 APPLICATION_ID

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SequencesSequence Derived Column

FND_SEQUENCES_S SEQUENCE_ID

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FND_SESSIONS

FND_SESSIONS stores information about current sessions of OracleApplication Object Library. Each row includes the database session IDand the effective date for a current session. Oracle Application ObjectLibrary inserts into this table when the profile optionDATETRACK:ENABLED is enabled. . .

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

SESSION_ID (PK) NULL NUMBER Identifier for the currentdatabase session of ObjectLibrary

EFFECTIVE_DATE NULL DATE The effective date for thecurrent session

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_SESSIONS_U1 UNIQUE 1 SESSION_ID2 EFFECTIVE_DATE

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_SHORTHAND_FLEX_ALIASES

FND_SHORTHAND_FLEX_ALIASES stores alias information forshorthand flexfield entry. Each row includes the name and descriptionof the shorthand alias, as well as values that identify the key flexfieldstructure to which the alias belongs. Each row also includes informationthat indicates whether this alias is currently valid, as well as theconcatenated key flexfield segment values that make up the shorthandentry (either full or partial concatenated segment string). The structure’ssegment separator character separates the segment values. You needone row for each defined shorthand alias. Oracle Application ObjectLibrary uses this information to provide users with a quick way to enterkey flexfield data. . .

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_ID_FLEX_STRUCTURES ID_FLEX_CODE ID_FLEX_CODEID_FLEX_NUM ID_FLEX_NUMAPPLICATION_ID APPLICATION_ID

QuickCodes ColumnsColumn QuickCodes Type QuickCodes Table

ENABLED_FLAG YES_NO FND_LOOKUPSN NoY Yes

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

APPLICATION_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(10) select t.application_id fromfnd_tables t, fnd_id_flexs fwhere t.table_name =f.application_table_name andf.id_flex_code =fnd_shorthand_flex_aliases.id_flex_code and rownum = 1

ID_FLEX_CODE (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(4) Key flexfield codeID_FLEX_NUM (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Key flexfield structure numberALIAS_NAME (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30) Name of the shorthand aliasLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnCONCATENATED_SEGMENTS NOT NULL VARCHAR2(2000) The concatenated key flexfield

segment values that isrepresented by the shorthandalias

ENABLED_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Flag to indicate whether theshorthand alias is enabled

DESCRIPTION NOT NULL VARCHAR2(240) DescriptionSTART_DATE_ACTIVE NULL DATE The date the shorthand alias

becomes activeEND_DATE_ACTIVE NULL DATE The date the shorthand alias

expires

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Column Descriptions (Continued)Name Null? Type Description

ATTRIBUTE1 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE2 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE3 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE4 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE5 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE6 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE7 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE8 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE9 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE10 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE11 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE12 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE13 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE14 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE15 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE_CATEGORY NULL VARCHAR2(30) Attribute category

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_SHORTHAND_FLEX_ALIASES_U1 UNIQUE 1 APPLICATION_ID2 ID_FLEX_CODE3 ID_FLEX_NUM4 ALIAS_NAME

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_STATS_HIST

FND_STATS_HIST stores historical information about the amount oftime it takes the statistics gathering package FND_STATS to gatherstatistics. FND_STATS populates a new row in this table during each ofits statistics gathering procedures. This table should be purgedoccasionally..

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

SCHEMA_NAME NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30) Name of the object’s schemaOBJECT_NAME NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30) Name of the objectOBJECT_TYPE NOT NULL VARCHAR2(7) Type of object (

TABLE/INDEX/COLUMN)PARTITION NULL VARCHAR2(30) Partition name if it is a

partitioned objectCOLUMN_TABLE_NAME NULL VARCHAR2(30) Name of table if object_type if

COLUMNLAST_GATHER_DATE NULL DATE Date when statistics were

gatheredLAST_GATHER_START_TIME NULL DATE Start timeLAST_GATHER_END_TIME NULL DATE End timePARALLEL NULL NUMBER Degree of parallelization

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_STATS_HIST_U1 UNIQUE 1 SCHEMA_NAME2 OBJECT_NAME3 OBJECT_TYPE4 PARTITION5 COLUMN_TABLE_NAME

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_TABLES

FND_TABLES stores information about the registered tables in yourapplications. Each row includes the actual table name (TABLE_NAME)a more descriptive title (USER_TABLE_NAME), and a description. Eachrow also contains information about the storage parameters for thetable, a flag (AUTO_SIZE) which indicates whether the install shouldautomatically apply a sizing factor to the storage parameters, and thetype of the table. You need one row for each table in each application.Oracle Applications uses this information for AuditTrail, wheninstalling and upgrading your database, and for other purposes. . .

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_APPLICATION APPLICATION_ID APPLICATION_ID

QuickCodes ColumnsColumn QuickCodes Type QuickCodes Table

AUTO_SIZE YES_NO FND_LOOKUPSN NoY Yes

TABLE_TYPE TABLE_TYPE FND_LOOKUPSF Special Flexfield DataI InterimS Seed DataT Transaction Data

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

APPLICATION_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Application identifierTABLE_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Table identifierTABLE_NAME NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30) Table nameUSER_TABLE_NAME NOT NULL VARCHAR2(80) Table titleLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnAUTO_SIZE NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Flag to indicate if this table

is automatically sized duringan install

TABLE_TYPE NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Type of the table (seed data,transaction data, interim)

INITIAL_EXTENT NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Initial extent storageparameter

NEXT_EXTENT NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Next extent storage parameterMIN_EXTENTS NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Minimum extents storage

parameterMAX_EXTENTS NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Maximum extents storage

parameterPCT_INCREASE NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Percent increase storage

parameter

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Column Descriptions (Continued)Name Null? Type Description

INI_TRANS NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Initial transactions storageparameter

MAX_TRANS NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Maximum transactions storageparameter

PCT_FREE NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Percent free storage parameterPCT_USED NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Percent used storage parameterDESCRIPTION NULL VARCHAR2(240) Description

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_TABLES_U1 UNIQUE 1 APPLICATION_ID2 TABLE_ID

FND_TABLES_U2 UNIQUE 1 APPLICATION_ID2 TABLE_NAME

FND_TABLES_U3 UNIQUE 1 APPLICATION_ID2 USER_TABLE_NAME

SequencesSequence Derived Column

FND_TABLES_S TABLE_ID

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FND_TERRITORIES

FND_TERRITORIES stores information for countries, alternativelyknown as territories. Each row includes the two–letter upper case ISO(International Standards Organization) 3166 entityname(TERRITORY_CODE), such as ’US’, the ISO numeric entity code(ISO_NUMERIC_CODE), the European Union (EU) numeric entitycode, an alternative territory code,and the style and validation requiredfor addresses and bank numbers in the territory. Each row also includesan oracle internal territory code (NLS_TERRITORY).

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

TERRITORY_CODE (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(2) The code for the territoryLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnISO_NUMERIC_CODE NULL VARCHAR2(3) The ISO numeric entity codeALTERNATE_TERRITORY_CODE NULL VARCHAR2(30) The ’VAT’ member state code’

for countries within theEuropean Economic Community

ADDRESS_STYLE NULL VARCHAR2(30) The style of address used in agiven country

ADDRESS_VALIDATION NULL VARCHAR2(30) Validation that is required foraddresses in a particularcountry

BANK_INFO_STYLE NULL VARCHAR2(30) Style for bank numbers used ina particular country

BANK_INFO_VALIDATION NULL VARCHAR2(30) Validation that is required forbanks in a particular country

NLS_TERRITORY NULL VARCHAR2(30) The territory using thelanguage

EU_CODE NULL VARCHAR2(3) The EU numeric entity code

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_TERRITORIES_U1 UNIQUE 1 TERRITORY_CODE

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_TERRITORIES_TL

FND_TERRITORIES_TL stores translated information for countries,alternatively known as territories. Each row includes the two–letterupper case ISO (International Standards Organization) 3166 entity nameas the territory code, the short name for the territory, an Oracle internalterritory code, and a description of the territory. Each row also includesan Oracle internal language code specifying what language theinformation in the row is in.

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_TERRITORIES TERRITORY_CODE TERRITORY_CODE

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

TERRITORY_CODE (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(2) The code for the territoryLANGUAGE (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(4) LanguageTERRITORY_SHORT_NAME NOT NULL VARCHAR2(80) The short name that stands for

the territoryCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnDESCRIPTION NULL VARCHAR2(240) DescriptionSOURCE_LANG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(4) The Language the text will

mirror. If text is not yettranslated into LANGUAGE thenany changes to the text in thesource language row will bereflected here as well.

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_TERRITORIES_TL_U1 UNIQUE 1 TERRITORY_CODE2 LANGUAGE

FND_TERRITORIES_TL_U2 UNIQUE 2 TERRITORY_SHORT_NAME4 LANGUAGE

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_TRACE_LOG

FND_TRACE_LOG is populated by FND_CTL if the LOG_MODE is set.This is normally used for testing of Cost–Based–Optimization. Thistable can be purged from time–to–time. This should not be used foruser_tracing. By using the profile option ”Initialization SQL Statement– Custom” and the package FND_CTL , the behavior of the optimizerand statistics can be controlled at the user/responsibility/applicationlevel . If LOG_MODE is set to ”on” ,FND_TRACE_LOG will bepopulated. Normally, this should be used during the testing phase only.In a production environment it should not be used and theLOG_MODE of FND_CTL should not be set.

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

USERNAME NULL VARCHAR2(30) Application usernameTIMESTAMP NULL DATE Timestamp of when user logged

onOUTPUT_CONC_REQUEST_ID NULL NUMBER(15) Concurrent request IDOLTP_OPT_MODE NULL VARCHAR2(10) OLTP optimizer modeCONC_OPT_MODE NULL VARCHAR2(10) Concurrent optmizer modeCONC_PROGRAM_NAME NULL VARCHAR2(30) Concurrent program nameUSER_CONC_PROGRAM_NAME NULL VARCHAR2(240) User concurrent program nameRESP_NAME NULL VARCHAR2(100) Responsibility nameAPPLICATION_SHORT_NAME NULL VARCHAR2(50) Application short name

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_TRANSLATION_EXCEPTIONS

Oracle Applications does not use FND_TRANSLATION_EXCEPTIONS.

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

APPLICATION_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Application identifierTABLE_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Table identifierCOLUMN_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Column identifierSEQUENCE (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) SequenceLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnCOMPARISON_OPERATOR NOT NULL VARCHAR2(4) Comparison operatorVALUE NOT NULL VARCHAR2(240) valueTYPE (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Type of translation exceptionLOGICAL_OPERATOR NULL VARCHAR2(3) Logical operator

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_TRANSLATION_EXCEPTIONS_U1 UNIQUE 1 APPLICATION_ID2 TABLE_ID3 COLUMN_ID4 SEQUENCE5 TYPE

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_UNSUCCESSFUL_LOGINS

FND_UNSUCCESSFUL_LOGINS stores Sign–On Audit informationabout unsuccessful login attempts. Each row includes values thatidentify the application user, the operating system login name of theuser and the operating system name of the user’s terminal, as well as thetime the user tried to sign on to an application. You need one row foreach unsuccessful login attempt. Oracle Application Object Library usesthis information to provide Sign–On Audit information. . .

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_USER USER_ID USER_ID

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

USER_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) The application user identifierATTEMPT_TIME (PK) NOT NULL DATE The number of times the user

tried to sign on to theapplication

LOGIN_NAME (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30) The operating system login nameof the user

TERMINAL_ID (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30) The operating system name ofthe user’s terminal

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_UNSUCCESSFUL_LOGINS_N1 NOT UNIQUE 2 USER_ID4 ATTEMPT_TIME

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_USER

FND_USER stores information about application users. Each rowincludes the user’s username (what a user types in at the sign–onscreen), password, and information on when the user should change thepassword. Each row also contains information on when the user lastsigned on, start and end dates for when a username is valid and adescription of the user. Oracle Application Object Library does not usethe USER_PASSWORD and LOCAL_PRINTER columns. You need onerow for each application user at your site. Oracle Application ObjectLibrary uses this information to allow users to sign on to an application.. .

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

USER_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Application user identifierUSER_NAME NOT NULL VARCHAR2(100) Application username (what a

user types in at the OracleApplications sign–on screen)

LAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnENCRYPTED_FOUNDATION_PASSWORD NOT NULL VARCHAR2(100) The Oracle Application Object

Library encrypted password usedto connect to database

ENCRYPTED_USER_PASSWORD NOT NULL VARCHAR2(100) The encrypted password for theapplication user to sign on toOracle Applications

SESSION_NUMBER NOT NULL NUMBER The session number of theapplication user’s last sign–onsession

START_DATE NOT NULL DATE The date the password becomesactive

END_DATE NULL DATE The date the password expiresDESCRIPTION NULL VARCHAR2(240) DescriptionLAST_LOGON_DATE NULL DATE The date the application user

last signed onPASSWORD_DATE NULL DATE The date the current password

was setPASSWORD_ACCESSES_LEFT NULL NUMBER(15) The number of accesses left for

the passwordPASSWORD_LIFESPAN_ACCESSES NULL NUMBER(15) The number of accesses allowed

for the passwordPASSWORD_LIFESPAN_DAYS NULL NUMBER(15) Lifespan of the passwordEMPLOYEE_ID NULL NUMBER(15) Identifier of employee to whom

the application username isassigned

EMAIL_ADDRESS NULL VARCHAR2(240) The Electronic mail address forthe user

FAX NULL VARCHAR2(80) The fax number for the userCUSTOMER_ID NULL NUMBER(15) Customer contact identifier. If

the AOL user is a customercontact, this value is aforeign key to thecorresponding customer contact.

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Column Descriptions (Continued)Name Null? Type Description

SUPPLIER_ID NULL NUMBER(15) Supplier contact identifier. Ifthe AOL user is a suppliercontact, this value is aforeign key to thecorresponding supplier contact.

WEB_PASSWORD NULL VARCHAR2(240) Unused

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_USER_N1 NOT UNIQUE 1 EMPLOYEE_IDFND_USER_U1 UNIQUE 1 USER_IDFND_USER_U2 UNIQUE 1 USER_NAME

SequencesSequence Derived Column

FND_USER_S USER_ID

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FND_USER_DESKTOP_OBJECTS

FND_USER_DESKTOP_OBJECTS stores the documents that the userhas placed in their Navigator window, on a per–user/responsibilitybasis.

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_DESKTOP_OBJECTS OBJECT_NAME OBJECT_NAMEFND_RESPONSIBILITY APPLICATION_ID APPLICATION_ID

RESPONSIBILITY_ID RESPONSIBILITY_IDFND_USER USER_ID USER_ID

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

DESKTOP_OBJECT_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER Internal primary keyUSER_ID NOT NULL NUMBER User that saved the object on

the navigatorAPPLICATION_ID NOT NULL NUMBER Application identifierRESPONSIBILITY_ID NOT NULL NUMBER Responsibility user was in when

saving object on NavigatorOBJECT_NAME NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30) Internal key associated with

the type of documentFUNCTION_NAME NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30) Function to invoke in order to

restore documentOBJECT_LABEL NOT NULL VARCHAR2(200) Test that identifies the object

on the NavigatorPARAMETER_STRING NULL VARCHAR2(2000) Additional parameters to pass

when invoking function torestore document

SEQUENCE NOT NULL NUMBER Sequence that objects appear onNavigator

LAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnTYPE NOT NULL VARCHAR2(8) Specifies whether the object is

a document or a function

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_USER_DESKTOP_OBJECTS_N1 NOT UNIQUE 2 USER_ID4 APPLICATION_ID6 RESPONSIBILITY_ID

FND_USER_DESKTOP_OBJECTS_U1 UNIQUE 2 DESKTOP_OBJECT_ID

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_USER_PREFERENCES

FND_USER_PREFERENCES stores information about user preferencesettings that are referenced by modules. .

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

USER_NAME (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30) Internal name of user who ownsthis preference setting

MODULE_NAME (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30) Module that references thispreference

PREFERENCE_NAME (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30) Preference namePREFERENCE_VALUE NULL VARCHAR2(240) Preference value

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_USER_PREFERENCES_U1 UNIQUE 2 USER_NAME4 MODULE_NAME6 PREFERENCE_NAME

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_USER_RESP_GROUPS

FND_USER_RESP_GROUPS stores information about theresponsibilities assigned to an application user. Each row includesvalues that identify the user, the responsibility,and the security group.Each row also contains a description and a start date and end date forthat responsibility assignment.You need one row for each responsibilityassigned to each application user.Oracle Application Object Library usesthis information to determine what forms and menus a user can access.

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_RESPONSIBILITY RESPONSIBILITY_ID RESPONSIBILITY_IDAPPLICATION_ID RESPONSIBILITY_APPLICATION_ID

FND_SECURITY_GROUPS SECURITY_GROUP_ID SECURITY_GROUP_IDFND_USER USER_ID USER_ID

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

USER_ID NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Application user identifierRESPONSIBILITY_ID NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Responsibility assigned to userRESPONSIBILITY_APPLICATION_ID NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Application that owns the

responsibilitySECURITY_GROUP_ID NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Security group identifierSTART_DATE NOT NULL DATE The date the responsibility

assignment becomes validEND_DATE NULL DATE The date the responsibility

assignment expiresDESCRIPTION NULL VARCHAR2(240) DescriptionCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_DATE NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who column

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_USER_RESP_GROUPS_U1 UNIQUE 1 USER_ID2 RESPONSIBILITY_ID3 RESPONSIBILITY_APPLICATION_ID4 SECURITY_GROUP_ID

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_VALUE_ATTRIBUTE_TYPES

FND_VALUE_ATTRIBUTE_TYPES stores information about segmentqualifiers for key flexfields. Each row includes the name(VALUE_ATTRIBUTE_TYPE) and description of the segment qualifier,as well as the name of the flexfield qualifier with which it is associated(SEGMENT_ATTRIBUTE_TYPE). Each row also includes the keyflexfield code, the application identifier, and a prompt that a user seeswhen defining key flexfield values. REQUIRED_FLAG always containsY. DERIVATION_RULE_CODE must always contain the value G12.DERIVATION_RULE_VALUE1 always contains the value N, andDERIVATION_RULE_VALUE2 always contains the value Y.APPLICATION_COLUMN_NAME contains the name of the column ina key flexfield’s underlying code combinations table in which OracleApplication Object Library stores the derived values of this segmentqualifier (derived from the values of this qualifier over all segments ofthe key flexfield’s structure, where if any of the segment values’segment qualifiers have the value Y, then the entire code combinationgets the value Y). You need one row for each defined segment qualifierfor each key flexfield in your applications. Oracle Application ObjectLibrary uses this information to derive qualifier values that flexfieldsinsert into key flexfield code combinations tables. . .

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_SEGMENT_ATTRIBUTE_TYPES SEGMENT_ATTRIBUTE_TYPE SEGMENT_ATTRIBUTE_TYPEAPPLICATION_ID APPLICATION_IDID_FLEX_CODE ID_FLEX_CODE

QuickCodes ColumnsColumn QuickCodes Type QuickCodes Table

REQUIRED_FLAG YES_NO FND_LOOKUPSN NoY Yes

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

APPLICATION_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(10) selectnvl(t.application_id,–1) fromfnd_tables t, fnd_id_flexs f, fnd_segment_attribute_types s,fnd_value_attribute_types atwhere t.table_name(+) =f.application_table_name andf.id_flex_code(+) =s.id_flex_code and s.se

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Column Descriptions (Continued)Name Null? Type Description

ID_FLEX_CODE (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(4) selectnvl(s.id_flex_code,’none’)fromfnd_segment_attribute_types s,fnd_value_attribute_types twheres.segment_attribute_type(+) =t.segment_attribute_type andt.segment_attribute_type=fnd_value_attribute_types.segment_

SEGMENT_ATTRIBUTE_TYPE (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30) Name of flexfield qualifierVALUE_ATTRIBUTE_TYPE (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30) Name of segment qualifierLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnREQUIRED_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Always contains the value YAPPLICATION_COLUMN_NAME NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30) Column nameDEFAULT_VALUE NULL VARCHAR2(30) Default value for the qualifierLOOKUP_TYPE NULL VARCHAR2(30) QuickCode lookup typeDERIVATION_RULE_CODE NULL VARCHAR2(30) Always contains the value G12DERIVATION_RULE_VALUE1 NULL VARCHAR2(30) Always contains the value NDERIVATION_RULE_VALUE2 NULL VARCHAR2(30) Always contains the value Y

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_VALUE_ATTRIBUTE_TYPES_U1 UNIQUE 1 APPLICATION_ID2 ID_FLEX_CODE3 SEGMENT_ATTRIBUTE_TYPE4 VALUE_ATTRIBUTE_TYPE

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_VAL_ATTRIBUTE_TYPES_TL

FND_VAL_ATTRIBUTE_TYPES_TL stores translated information aboutsegment qualifiers for key flexfields. Each row includes the name(VALUE_ATTRIBUTE_TYPE) and description of the segment qualifier,as well as the name of the flexfield qualifier with which it is associated(SEGMENT_ATTRIBUTE_TYPE). Each row also includes the keyflexfield code, the application identifier of the application the keyflexfield is defined with, and a prompt that a user sees when definingkey flexfield values. The Oracle internal language code indicates whatlanguage the information in the row is in. You need one row for eachdefined segment qualifier for each key flexfield in each of the installedlanguages.

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_VALUE_ATTRIBUTE_TYPES APPLICATION_ID APPLICATION_IDID_FLEX_CODE ID_FLEX_CODESEGMENT_ATTRIBUTE_TYPE SEGMENT_ATTRIBUTE_TYPEVALUE_ATTRIBUTE_TYPE VALUE_ATTRIBUTE_TYPE

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

APPLICATION_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(10) Application identifierID_FLEX_CODE (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(4) Key flexfield codeSEGMENT_ATTRIBUTE_TYPE (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30) Name of flexfield qualifierVALUE_ATTRIBUTE_TYPE (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30) Name of segment qualifierPROMPT NOT NULL VARCHAR2(50) Qualifier promptLANGUAGE (PK) NOT NULL VARCHAR2(4) LanguageLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NULL NUMBER(10) Standard Who columnDESCRIPTION NULL VARCHAR2(240) DescriptionSOURCE_LANG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(4) The Language the text will

mirror. If text is not yettranslated into LANGUAGE thenany changes to the text in thesource language row will bereflected here as well.

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_VAL_ATTRIBUTE_TYPES_TL_N1 NOT UNIQUE 2 PROMPT4 LANGUAGE

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Indexes (Continued)Index Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_VAL_ATTRIBUTE_TYPES_TL_U1 UNIQUE 1 APPLICATION_ID2 ID_FLEX_CODE3 SEGMENT_ATTRIBUTE_TYPE4 VALUE_ATTRIBUTE_TYPE5 LANGUAGE

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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FND_VIEWS

FND_VIEWS stores information about the registered views in yourapplications. Each row includes the name and description of the viewand the view text. You need one row for each view in each application.Oracle Applications uses this information when installing andupgrading the database. . .

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_APPLICATION APPLICATION_ID APPLICATION_ID

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

APPLICATION_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Application identifierVIEW_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) View identifierVIEW_NAME NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30) View nameLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnDESCRIPTION NULL VARCHAR2(240) DescriptionTEXT NULL LONG Text of the view statement

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_VIEWS_U1 UNIQUE 1 APPLICATION_ID2 VIEW_ID

FND_VIEWS_U2 UNIQUE 1 VIEW_NAME2 APPLICATION_ID

SequencesSequence Derived Column

FND_VIEWS_S VIEW_ID

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FND_VIEW_COLUMNS

FND_VIEW_COLUMNS stores information about individual columnsin application views. Each row includes the view column name and itssequence in the view. You need one row for each view column in eachapplication. Oracle Applications uses this information when installingand upgrading the database. . .

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_VIEWS APPLICATION_ID APPLICATION_IDVIEW_ID VIEW_ID

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

APPLICATION_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Application identifierVIEW_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) View identifierCOLUMN_SEQUENCE (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Sequence of the column in the

viewCOLUMN_NAME NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30) Column nameLAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who column

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

FND_VIEW_COLUMNS_U1 UNIQUE 1 COLUMN_NAME2 APPLICATION_ID3 VIEW_ID

FND_VIEW_COLUMNS_U2 UNIQUE 1 APPLICATION_ID2 VIEW_ID3 COLUMN_SEQUENCE

Sequences

This table does not use a sequence.

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GL_CODE_COMBINATIONS

GL_CODE_COMBINATIONS stores valid account combinations foreach Accounting Flexfield structure within your Oracle General Ledgerapplication. Associated with each account are certain codes and flags,including whether the account is enabled, whether detail posting ordetail budgeting is allowed, and others.

Segment values are stored in the SEGMENT columns. Note that eachAccounting Flexfield structure may use different SEGMENT columnswithin the table to store the flexfield value combination. Moreover, theSEGMENT columns which are used are not guaranteed to be in anyorder.

The Oracle Application Object Library tableFND_ID_FLEX_SEGMENTS stores information about which column inthis table is used for each segment of each Accounting Flexfieldstructure. Summary accounts have SUMMARY_FLAG = ’Y’ andTEMPLATE_ID not NULL. Detail accounts have SUMMARY_FLAG =’N’ and TEMPLATE_ID NULL. . .

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_ID_FLEX_STRUCTURES ID_FLEX_NUM CHART_OF_ACCOUNTS_IDGL_SUMMARY_TEMPLATES TEMPLATE_ID TEMPLATE_ID

QuickCodes ColumnsColumn QuickCodes Type QuickCodes Table

ACCOUNT_TYPE ACCOUNT TYPE GL_LOOKUPSA AE EL LO OR R

DETAIL_BUDGETING_ALLOWED_FLAG YES/NO GL_LOOKUPSN NoY Yes

DETAIL_POSTING_ALLOWED_FLAG YES/NO GL_LOOKUPSN NoY Yes

ENABLED_FLAG YES/NO GL_LOOKUPSN NoY Yes

PRESERVE_FLAG YES/NO GL_LOOKUPSN NoY Yes

REFRESH_FLAG YES/NO GL_LOOKUPSN NoY Yes

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QuickCodes Columns (Continued)Column QuickCodes Type QuickCodes Table

SUMMARY_FLAG YES/NO GL_LOOKUPSN NoY Yes

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

CODE_COMBINATION_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Key flexfield combinationdefining column

LAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER Standard Who columnCHART_OF_ACCOUNTS_ID NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Key flexfield structure

defining columnDETAIL_POSTING_ALLOWED_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Detail posting flagDETAIL_BUDGETING_ALLOWED_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Detail budgeting flagACCOUNT_TYPE NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Key flexfield combination type

(Asset, Liability, etc)ENABLED_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Key flexfield enabled flagSUMMARY_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Summary account flagSEGMENT1 NULL VARCHAR2(25) Key flexfield segmentSEGMENT2 NULL VARCHAR2(25) Key flexfield segmentSEGMENT3 NULL VARCHAR2(25) Key flexfield segmentSEGMENT4 NULL VARCHAR2(25) Key flexfield segmentSEGMENT5 NULL VARCHAR2(25) Key flexfield segmentSEGMENT6 NULL VARCHAR2(25) Key flexfield segmentSEGMENT7 NULL VARCHAR2(25) Key flexfield segmentSEGMENT8 NULL VARCHAR2(25) Key flexfield segmentSEGMENT9 NULL VARCHAR2(25) Key flexfield segmentSEGMENT10 NULL VARCHAR2(25) Key flexfield segmentSEGMENT11 NULL VARCHAR2(25) Key flexfield segmentSEGMENT12 NULL VARCHAR2(25) Key flexfield segmentSEGMENT13 NULL VARCHAR2(25) Key flexfield segmentSEGMENT14 NULL VARCHAR2(25) Key flexfield segmentSEGMENT15 NULL VARCHAR2(25) Key flexfield segmentSEGMENT16 NULL VARCHAR2(25) Key flexfield segmentSEGMENT17 NULL VARCHAR2(25) Key flexfield segmentSEGMENT18 NULL VARCHAR2(25) Key flexfield segmentSEGMENT19 NULL VARCHAR2(25) Key flexfield segmentSEGMENT20 NULL VARCHAR2(25) Key flexfield segmentSEGMENT21 NULL VARCHAR2(25) Key flexfield segmentSEGMENT22 NULL VARCHAR2(25) Key flexfield segmentSEGMENT23 NULL VARCHAR2(25) Key flexfield segmentSEGMENT24 NULL VARCHAR2(25) Key flexfield segmentSEGMENT25 NULL VARCHAR2(25) Key flexfield segmentSEGMENT26 NULL VARCHAR2(25) Key flexfield segmentSEGMENT27 NULL VARCHAR2(25) Key flexfield segmentSEGMENT28 NULL VARCHAR2(25) Key flexfield segmentSEGMENT29 NULL VARCHAR2(25) Key flexfield segmentSEGMENT30 NULL VARCHAR2(25) Key flexfield segmentDESCRIPTION NULL VARCHAR2(240) Key flexfield descriptionTEMPLATE_ID NULL NUMBER(15) Summary template defining

columnALLOCATION_CREATE_FLAG NULL VARCHAR2(1) Not currently usedSTART_DATE_ACTIVE NULL DATE Date before which key flexfield

combination is invalid

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Column Descriptions (Continued)Name Null? Type Description

END_DATE_ACTIVE NULL DATE Date after which key flexfieldcombination is invalid

ATTRIBUTE1 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE2 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE3 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE4 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE5 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE6 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE7 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE8 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE9 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE10 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentCONTEXT NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flex context columnSEGMENT_ATTRIBUTE1 NULL VARCHAR2(60) Reporting attribute key

flexfield segmentSEGMENT_ATTRIBUTE2 NULL VARCHAR2(60) Reporting attribute key

flexfield segmentSEGMENT_ATTRIBUTE3 NULL VARCHAR2(60) Reporting attribute key

flexfield segmentSEGMENT_ATTRIBUTE4 NULL VARCHAR2(60) Reporting attribute key

flexfield segmentSEGMENT_ATTRIBUTE5 NULL VARCHAR2(60) Reporting attribute key

flexfield segmentSEGMENT_ATTRIBUTE6 NULL VARCHAR2(60) Reporting attribute key

flexfield segmentSEGMENT_ATTRIBUTE7 NULL VARCHAR2(60) Reporting attribute key

flexfield segmentSEGMENT_ATTRIBUTE8 NULL VARCHAR2(60) Reporting attribute key

flexfield segmentSEGMENT_ATTRIBUTE9 NULL VARCHAR2(60) Reporting attribute key

flexfield segmentSEGMENT_ATTRIBUTE10 NULL VARCHAR2(60) Reporting attribute key

flexfield segmentSEGMENT_ATTRIBUTE11 NULL VARCHAR2(60) Reporting attribute key

flexfield segmentSEGMENT_ATTRIBUTE12 NULL VARCHAR2(60) Reporting attribute key

flexfield segmentSEGMENT_ATTRIBUTE13 NULL VARCHAR2(60) Reporting attribute key

flexfield segmentSEGMENT_ATTRIBUTE14 NULL VARCHAR2(60) Reporting attribute key

flexfield segmentSEGMENT_ATTRIBUTE15 NULL VARCHAR2(60) Reporting attribute key

flexfield segmentSEGMENT_ATTRIBUTE16 NULL VARCHAR2(60) Reporting attribute key

flexfield segmentSEGMENT_ATTRIBUTE17 NULL VARCHAR2(60) Reporting attribute key

flexfield segmentSEGMENT_ATTRIBUTE18 NULL VARCHAR2(60) Reporting attribute key

flexfield segmentSEGMENT_ATTRIBUTE19 NULL VARCHAR2(60) Reporting attribute key

flexfield segmentSEGMENT_ATTRIBUTE20 NULL VARCHAR2(60) Reporting attribute key

flexfield segmentSEGMENT_ATTRIBUTE21 NULL VARCHAR2(60) Reporting attribute key

flexfield segmentSEGMENT_ATTRIBUTE22 NULL VARCHAR2(60) Reporting attribute key

flexfield segmentSEGMENT_ATTRIBUTE23 NULL VARCHAR2(60) Reporting attribute key

flexfield segment

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SEGMENT_ATTRIBUTE24 NULL VARCHAR2(60) Reporting attribute keyflexfield segment

SEGMENT_ATTRIBUTE25 NULL VARCHAR2(60) Reporting attribute keyflexfield segment

SEGMENT_ATTRIBUTE26 NULL VARCHAR2(60) Reporting attribute keyflexfield segment

SEGMENT_ATTRIBUTE27 NULL VARCHAR2(60) Reporting attribute keyflexfield segment

SEGMENT_ATTRIBUTE28 NULL VARCHAR2(60) Reporting attribute keyflexfield segment

SEGMENT_ATTRIBUTE29 NULL VARCHAR2(60) Reporting attribute keyflexfield segment

SEGMENT_ATTRIBUTE30 NULL VARCHAR2(60) Reporting attribute keyflexfield segment

SEGMENT_ATTRIBUTE31 NULL VARCHAR2(60) Reporting attribute keyflexfield segment

SEGMENT_ATTRIBUTE32 NULL VARCHAR2(60) Reporting attribute keyflexfield segment

SEGMENT_ATTRIBUTE33 NULL VARCHAR2(60) Reporting attribute keyflexfield segment

SEGMENT_ATTRIBUTE34 NULL VARCHAR2(60) Reporting attribute keyflexfield segment

SEGMENT_ATTRIBUTE35 NULL VARCHAR2(60) Reporting attribute keyflexfield segment

SEGMENT_ATTRIBUTE36 NULL VARCHAR2(60) Reporting attribute keyflexfield segment

SEGMENT_ATTRIBUTE37 NULL VARCHAR2(60) Reporting attribute keyflexfield segment

SEGMENT_ATTRIBUTE38 NULL VARCHAR2(60) Reporting attribute keyflexfield segment

SEGMENT_ATTRIBUTE39 NULL VARCHAR2(60) Reporting attribute keyflexfield segment

SEGMENT_ATTRIBUTE40 NULL VARCHAR2(60) Reporting attribute keyflexfield segment

SEGMENT_ATTRIBUTE41 NULL VARCHAR2(60) Reporting attribute keyflexfield segment

SEGMENT_ATTRIBUTE42 NULL VARCHAR2(60) Reporting attribute keyflexfield segment

REFERENCE1 NULL VARCHAR2(1) Reserved for localization useREFERENCE2 NULL VARCHAR2(1) Reserved for localization useREFERENCE3 NULL VARCHAR2(1) Reserved for localization useREFERENCE4 NULL VARCHAR2(1) Reserved for localization useREFERENCE5 NULL VARCHAR2(1) Reserved for localization useJGZZ_RECON_FLAG NULL VARCHAR2(1) Global reconciliation

descriptive flexfield segmentJGZZ_RECON_CONTEXT NULL VARCHAR2(30) Global reconciliation

descriptive flexfield contextcolumn

PRESERVE_FLAG NULL VARCHAR2(1) Preserve segment valueattributes flag

REFRESH_FLAG NULL VARCHAR2(1) Refresh segment valueattributes flag

Indexes

This table does not have any indexes.

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IndexesIndex Name Index Type Sequence Column Name

GL_CODE_COMBINATIONS_N31 NOT UNIQUE 1 TEMPLATE_IDGL_CODE_COMBINATIONS_U1 UNIQUE 1 CODE_COMBINATION_ID

SequencesSequence Derived Column

GL_CODE_COMBINATIONS_S CODE_COMBINATION_ID

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GL_SETS_OF_BOOKS

GL_SETS_OF_BOOKS stores information about the sets of books youdefine in your Oracle General Ledgerapplication. Each row includes theset of books name, description, functional currency, and otherinformation. This table corresponds to the set of Books form.

Foreign KeysPrimary Key Table Primary Key Column Foreign Key Column

FND_CURRENCIES CURRENCY_CODE CURRENCY_CODEFND_ID_FLEX_STRUCTURES ID_FLEX_NUM CHART_OF_ACCOUNTS_IDGL_CODE_COMBINATIONS CODE_COMBINATION_ID CUM_TRANS_CODE_COMBINATION_IDGL_CODE_COMBINATIONS CODE_COMBINATION_ID RET_EARN_CODE_COMBINATION_IDGL_CODE_COMBINATIONS CODE_COMBINATION_ID RES_ENCUMB_CODE_COMBINATION_IDGL_CODE_COMBINATIONS CODE_COMBINATION_ID NET_INCOME_CODE_COMBINATION_IDGL_CODE_COMBINATIONS CODE_COMBINATION_ID ROUNDING_CODE_COMBINATION_IDGL_DAILY_CONVERSION_TYPES CONVERSION_TYPE DAILY_TRANSLATION_RATE_TYPEGL_PERIOD_SETS PERIOD_SET_NAME PERIOD_SET_NAMEGL_PERIOD_TYPES PERIOD_TYPE ACCOUNTED_PERIOD_TYPEGL_TRANSACTION_CALENDAR TRANSACTION_CALENDAR_ID TRANSACTION_CALENDAR_ID

QuickCodes ColumnsColumn QuickCodes Type QuickCodes Table

ALLOW_INTERCOMPANY_POST_FLAG YES/NO GL_LOOKUPSN NoY Yes

CONSOLIDATION_SOB_FLAG YES/NO GL_LOOKUPSN NoY Yes

ENABLE_AUTOMATIC_TAX_FLAG YES/NO GL_LOOKUPSN NoY Yes

ENABLE_AVERAGE_BALANCES_FLAG YES/NO GL_LOOKUPSN NoY Yes

ENABLE_BUDGETARY_CONTROL_FLAG YES/NO GL_LOOKUPSN NoY Yes

ENABLE_JE_APPROVAL_FLAG YES/NO GL_LOOKUPSN NoY Yes

REQUIRE_BUDGET_JOURNALS_FLAG YES/NO GL_LOOKUPSN NoY Yes

SUSPENSE_ALLOWED_FLAG YES/NO GL_LOOKUPSN NoY Yes

TRACK_ROUNDING_IMBALANCE_FLAG YES/NO GL_LOOKUPSN NoY Yes

TRANSLATE_EOD_FLAG YES/NO GL_LOOKUPS

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QuickCodes Columns (Continued)Column QuickCodes Type QuickCodes Table

N NoY Yes

TRANSLATE_QATD_FLAG YES/NO GL_LOOKUPSN NoY Yes

TRANSLATE_YATD_FLAG YES/NO GL_LOOKUPSN NoY Yes

Column DescriptionsName Null? Type Description

SET_OF_BOOKS_ID (PK) NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Accounting books definingcolumn

NAME NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30) Accounting books nameSHORT_NAME NOT NULL VARCHAR2(20) Accounting books short nameCHART_OF_ACCOUNTS_ID NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Key flexfield structure

defining columnCURRENCY_CODE NOT NULL VARCHAR2(15) CurrencyPERIOD_SET_NAME NOT NULL VARCHAR2(15) Accounting calendar nameACCOUNTED_PERIOD_TYPE NOT NULL VARCHAR2(15) Accounting period typeSUSPENSE_ALLOWED_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Suspense posting allowed flagALLOW_INTERCOMPANY_POST_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Allow intercompany postingTRACK_ROUNDING_IMBALANCE_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Track rounding imbalances flagENABLE_AVERAGE_BALANCES_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Enable average balances flagENABLE_BUDGETARY_CONTROL_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Enable budgetary control flagREQUIRE_BUDGET_JOURNALS_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Journal required for budget

flagENABLE_JE_APPROVAL_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Enable journal entry approval

flagENABLE_AUTOMATIC_TAX_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Enable automatic tax flagCONSOLIDATION_SOB_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Consolidation set of books flagTRANSLATE_EOD_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Translate EOD balances flagTRANSLATE_QATD_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Translated QATD balances flagTRANSLATE_YATD_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) Translate YATD balances flagMRC_SOB_TYPE_CODE NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) MRC set of books type (Parent,

Reporting, None)ALLOW_POSTING_WARNING_FLAG NOT NULL VARCHAR2(1) No longer used – (defaults to

’N’)LAST_UPDATE_DATE NOT NULL DATE Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATED_BY NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnCREATION_DATE NULL DATE Standard Who columnCREATED_BY NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnLAST_UPDATE_LOGIN NULL NUMBER(15) Standard Who columnFUTURE_ENTERABLE_PERIODS_LIMIT NULL NUMBER(15) Number of future enterable

periodsLATEST_OPENED_PERIOD_NAME NULL VARCHAR2(15) Latest opened accounting periodLATEST_ENCUMBRANCE_YEAR NULL NUMBER(15) Latest open year for

encumbrancesRET_EARN_CODE_COMBINATION_ID NULL NUMBER(15) Retained earnings key flexfield

defining columnCUM_TRANS_CODE_COMBINATION_ID NULL NUMBER(15) Cumulative translation

adjustment key flexfielddefining column

RES_ENCUMB_CODE_COMBINATION_ID NOT NULL NUMBER(15) Reserve for encumbrance keyflexfield defining column

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Column Descriptions (Continued)Name Null? Type Description

NET_INCOME_CODE_COMBINATION_ID NULL NUMBER(15) Net income key flexfielddefining column

ROUNDING_CODE_COMBINATION_ID NULL NUMBER(15) Rounding imbalances keyflexfield defining column

TRANSACTION_CALENDAR_ID NULL NUMBER(15) Transaction Calendar definingcolumn

DAILY_TRANSLATION_RATE_TYPE NULL VARCHAR2(30) The rate type to be used fortranslation of average balances

EARLIEST_UNTRANS_PERIOD_NAME NULL VARCHAR2(15) No longer usedDESCRIPTION NULL VARCHAR2(240) Accounting books descriptionATTRIBUTE1 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE2 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE3 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE4 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE5 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE6 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE7 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE8 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE9 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE10 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE11 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE12 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE13 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE14 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentATTRIBUTE15 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield segmentCONTEXT NULL VARCHAR2(150) Descriptive flexfield contextGLOBAL_ATTRIBUTE_CATEGORY NULL VARCHAR2(30) Reserved for country–specific

functionalityGLOBAL_ATTRIBUTE1 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Reserved for country–specific

functionalityGLOBAL_ATTRIBUTE2 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Reserved for country–specific

functionalityGLOBAL_ATTRIBUTE3 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Reserved for country–specific

functionalityGLOBAL_ATTRIBUTE4 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Reserved for country–specific

functionalityGLOBAL_ATTRIBUTE5 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Reserved for country–specific

functionalityGLOBAL_ATTRIBUTE6 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Reserved for country–specific

functionalityGLOBAL_ATTRIBUTE7 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Reserved for country–specific

functionalityGLOBAL_ATTRIBUTE8 NULL VARCHAR2(150) Reserved for country–specific

functionalityGLOBAL_ATTRIBUTE9 N