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As described in the documentation of bundle 23, you need to adjust the webprofile with the mobile signon/in html pages delivered by the bundle.
The documentation shows and example of the PROD webprofile being adjusted with mobile "_fmode" html page.
Instead of using the PROD webprofile, I adjusted the DEV webprofile and used this in my configurtion.properties.
The main difference between DEV and PROD is Allow Public Access enabled on DEV.
When calling the Expenses homepage (iScript), it tried logging in with the guest account, who is not authorized and which created a url with an error.
After disabling Allow Public Access on the DEV webprofile it worked like a charm!!!
And may a say, Mobile Expenses and Approvals looks and works great on iPad, iPhone, Android etc.+
Job well done, Oracle.+
Whom ever is interested in Mobile Expenses and Approvals, I will try to write some blogs on the configuration, setup and technology behind it.
This is a security choice the customer has to make.
You could have your PIA running on the internet, but definitely need to think about security (Loadbalancer, firewalls, reverse proxy, etc). Mobile devices can connect to the mobile applications from everywhere.
You could have your PIA running on your corporate intranet and chose to use a VPN connection from your mobile device to connect to the corporate LAN. Mobile device can still connect to the mobile applications from everywhere.
You could have your PIA running on your corporate intranet and chose to not implement any of the above alternatives. Mobile devices will only be able to connect to the mobile applications when connected to the corporate LAN through WiFi.
Since infra is not my field of expertise, these are the connectivity options, I can think about, but probably there are many more networking solutions.
If you are interested on how to install, configure and use Mobile Expenses and Approvals, have a look at the blog I recently wrote: