Wednesday, October 22, 2008

OAF Personalizations Deployment Steps

Extracing From Source Instance
  • Set profile option “FND: Personalization Document Root Path”. The value of this profile option will be the directory name on mid-tier
  • Ensure that this directory exists on mid-tier machine of the destination environment
  • Login to Functional Administrator Responsibility
  • Navigate to tab “Personalization”
  • Click on Import/Export
  • Search the desired personalizations for the application name
  • Extract the personalilzations
  • Login to linux/unix mid-tier and cd to directory specified in profile option
  • Run following command
  • tar –cvf xxPersonalizations.tar ./*
Uploading to another instance
  • Set profile option “FND: Personalization Document Root Path”. The value of this profile option will be the directory name on mid-tierEnsure that this directory exists on mid-tier machine of the destination environment
  • FTP the xxPersonalizations.tar to the directory specific in above profile option
  • Cd to that directory and run command tar –xvf xxPersonalizations.tar
  • Login to Functional Administrator Responsibility
  • Navigate to tab “Personalization”
  • Click on Import/ExportSelect and Import the personalizations that have been imported

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