Install Oracle Workflow Builder on Windows 7/8 64Bit

Download the installer package ( http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/database/options/winclient-101059.html)

Unzip it

Go to the install folder

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Change the compatibility mode

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Backup your OS path string under Advance settings and “SAVE” the information in a text file.

Remove all entries other than what referring to the %systemroot% and bring the string length less than 1000 characters.

Now go ahead with installing the wokflow builder

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Follow the prompts until the installation completes successfully.

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Run the “Oracle Workflow Builder” as Administrator. You may create a shortcut on the desktop and change the properties to run as administrator permenently. Without administrator rights, this legacy software will fail to read the registry values, thus end up producing the error mentioned with this thread

https://community.oracle.com/thread/2343986

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Observe the additional entries added with the PATH environment string.

Amend your backed up PATH string with the new entries and replace the PATH string.

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Hope you enjoyed yet another post from us!

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Oracle E-Business Suite R12 Internet explorer 10 “unidentified”

 

Just 24 hours back, I made another attempt to setup a vision instance at home using VM templates from Oracle and, guys, it was a total success *grin* (Will post the installation steps later, stay tuned, it is loads of fun!)

However I was stuck with an issue, the html/jsp pages will not render properly in Internet Explorer 10 (I am using Windows 8 Pro 64bit) and started with my favorite search toy “google” once again

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I came across a blog post from Oracle discussing about the certification path here

and within the thread there was another reference towards a later blog entry, which explained the certification details(here). Unless you are in a hurry, you shouldn’t miss the minimized quote says

Compatibility Mode for IE 10 + EBS 12

To prevent issues with certain OA Framework pages, you should run IE 10 in “Compatibility Mode.” See the “Known Issues” section in Note 389422.1 for more details.

 

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How to? have a look at the below images

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That’s all Smile

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hope the post was useful for minimum few out there

 

regards,

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