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I don't know if there's a comprehensive list, but you can find documentation on APIs and interfaces on a per-product-family basis in the online documentation library: http://download.oracle.com/docs/cd/B40089_05/current/html/docset.html
As far as differences between 11i and 12, unless the differences are explicitly mentioned in the R12 docs (I have not seen this so far, but I'm not a developer), I think you may need to rely upon the oldest, harshest teacher: experience. :-) Either that, or diff'ing the PL/SQL code on 11i and R12 instances, but that might be even more ugly...
Oracle Integration Repository, an integral part of Oracle E-Business Suite, is a compilation of information about the numerous interface endpoints exposed by Oracle applications. It provides a complete catalog of Oracle E-Business Suite's business interfaces, and a comprehensive view of the interface mechanisms available.
Note: 462586.1 - Where are the Oracle® Release 12 (R12) API Reference Guide?
Note: 458225.1 - Release 12 Integration Repository
Note: 396116.1 - Oracle Integration Repository Documentation Resources Release 12
Thanks Hussein for the links on Oracle integration repository.
I was able to find API's related to HRMS in the oracle integration repository in R12.
However, i wasn't able to find list of API's for payables.
I want the API's related to creating vendor banks. I think that if we use IBY_DISBURSEMENT_SETUP_PUB we can create vendor banks.
I just wanted more material on that. Please let me know if you find any of the API s in the R12 docs for payables.
You can run the following script and get all the packages related to API in Oracle applications, from which you can select APIs that pertain to AP.
SQL> select substr(a.OWNER,1,20) , substr(a.NAME,1,30) , substr(a.TYPE,1,20) , substr(u.status,1,10) Stat , u.last_ddl_time , substr(text,1,80) Description from dba_source a, dba_objects u WHERE 2=2 and u.object_name = a.name and a.text like '%Header%' and a.type = u.object_type and a.name like 'AP_%API%' order by a.owner, a.name;