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All the jsp files are located in OA_HTML directory. This directory path is different for each instance.
In the putty ftp tool using below commands you can find out the path (or consult your DBA).
As per R 11.5.10 (hope same structure is followed in R12), From the "AppsLocalLogin.jsp" internally "fndvald.jsp" is called for validation and routing it to home page where all responsibilities are displayed.
Since you need to modify jsp pages and there is no oracle provided stadard extension methods, try the below approach:
Create a new jsp page "fndvaldNew.jsp" with the same code as "fndvald.jsp". In the new jsp file modify the code in such a way that after the login credential validation takes place, route the page to your custom home page(wherever you want to navigate) instead of seeded home page.
Call "fndvaldNew.jsp" instead of "fndvald.jsp" in the "AppsLocalLogin.jsp". So even if some error occurs we just need to revert back one line of seeded code.
Finally close your previous threads if they are answered.
We are using R12.. In fndvald.jsp file having following code only
<%-- $Header: fndvald.jsp 120.6 2006/09/08 13:57:46 rsantis noship $ --%>
<%@ page language="java" %>
<jsp:forward page="/AuthenticateUser" />
Pls let me know where i have change the code and where can i get the "AuthenticateUser" file.
If you want to show the responsibilities, first you should check the entered username/password is correct, then
the system will be redirected to OAHOMEPAGE. If you dont want to show the Home Page and redirect to your custom .jsp page,
You can personalize the OAHOMEPAGE and extend the controller, in that controller you redirect the page to your custom .jsp file.
Extend the controller: oracle.apps.fnd.framework.navigate.webui.OAHomePageCO;
We are using R12 instance, home page having OANewHomePageCO, strane is i deleted OANewHomePageCO calss file from oracle.apps.fnd.framework.navigate.webui.OANewHomePageCO, restarted apache and cleared Cache, but also home page is opening..what could be the reason?
Edited by: Hanimi on Mar 9, 2011 2:23 AM
I am working on a similar requirement and the solution you have mentioned makes sense and hopefully should work. I wanted to check if you managed to run this locally from jdeveloper?
The reason being, I tried running the login page from Jdeveloper and after I entered the username and password, it errored with Resource/AuthenticateError error. Do I need to copy any
additional files from the server or is it not possible to run the login page from Jdeveloper?
I would really appreciate if you can point me in the right direction (OAF version is 12.1.1)