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Yes i have found the navigation..
Under vacation rule tab:
Personalize "Search" Select a User whose Notification Rules to be configured
*user : Oracle application user : <userrname> GO
Create Rule :
After clicking on "Create Rule" tab i was guided to two stages..
Vacation Rule: Item Type --> ( have chosed Item type as ALL )
Vacation Rule: Response --> ( Here i see more options like Start date, End date, Message, Re-assign, Delegate your response, Transfer notification ownership )
These options Re-assign, Delegate, Transfer comes with radio buttons which means i can chose any one at a time.
Against the re-assign option i have to provide new username ( please is this right or wrong ? ).. Now finally delegate or Transfer which one to choose ?
appsjit wrote:There is a fundamental difference between delegating and transferring a notification - it has nothing to do with whether the person has left permanently or whether they are on a short break.
If user a will be out our office for vacation or short duration, you can select delegate option.
If user has left the organization you can transfer the notification.
There is a good post of the WorkflowFAQ blog at http://www.workflowfaq.com/delegating-or-transferring-notifications explaining the difference and what they mean - I recommend that you read it before following this advice.
This came out like this.....
select MESSAGE_TYPE,RECIPIENT_ROLE,ORIGINAL_RECIPIENT from wf_notifications where RECIPIENT_ROLE='USER A';
So, OEOH and APEXP were the workflow routed through user A right ?
MESSAGE_TYPE (Workflow Item Type) RECIPIENT_ROLE ORIGINAL_RECIPIENT OEOH USER A USER A APEXP USER A USER A
For each and every node record will be created in wf_item_activity_statuses and/or wf_item_activity_statuses_h table.
Few good Links to explore table structures in Oracle Workflow