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    MANISH KUMAR
    App Composer to use standard asset fields, Asset Descriptive...
    Topic posted November 13, 2019 by MANISH KUMARBronze Medal: 1,250+ Points, tagged Asset Master Data Management, Maintenance Analytics, OTBI, Tip 
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    Title:
    App Composer to use standard asset fields, Asset Descriptive fields and custom fields
    Summary:
    App Composer to use standard asset fields, Asset Descriptive fields and custom fields
    Content:

    We have more attributes for an Asset than what Asset Descriptive field allows to store. We understand App composer is good tool in Maintenance Cloud for that purpose. My question is can i use App Composer to create new screen and new tables and use the asset fields and descriptive flexfields along with custom fields.

    Also, the custom fields in app composer can be context sensitive?

    Any pointer or info in this regard will be really useful.

     

    Regards,

    Manish

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    • Jennifer Allen

      Hi Manish-

      Have you compared Page Composer to Apps Composer?  I believe every page/solution has Page Composer capabilities - whereas (as we discussed at the Summit) we (Oracle Dev) have to enable our objects (like Assets) to be Apps Composer enabled. 

      Otherwise, it sounds like you need additional Apps Composer documentation?  Let me see if I can locate anything. 

      Jennifer

      • Jennifer Allen

        Hi again-

        I reached out to Infovity (who used AppsComposer to create a Work Request object for a Maintenance Cloud customer).  They recommended this page:

        https://docs.oracle.com/en/cloud/saas/engagement/19b/oacex/adding-objects-and-fields-in-application-composer.html#OACEX1077325

        Jennifer

        • Jennifer Allen

          Another source for information are YouTube videos!  Just use Google to search for the videos:

          Examples like:

          • How to add a custom attribute using Oracle’s Application Composer
          • How to call a service from Oracle’s Application Composer
          • Etc…