What are alerts in Oracle Apps?

What are alerts in Oracle Apps?

Oracle Alert facilitates the flow of information within your organization by letting you create entities called alerts to monitor your business information and to notify you of the information you want. You can define one of two types of alerts: an event alert or a periodic alert.

What is Check Event Alert?

Check Event Alert – Submits a request to the concurrent manager when an insert or an update to an event table occurs. Alert Action Processor – Performs response actions when Oracle Alert receives an e-mail response to an alert message.

What is the Oracle alert options form?

You use the Oracle Alert Options form to define and maintain the options Oracle Alert uses when checking your alerts. This form contains tabbed regions that each contain multiple options you can set. Message Elements – to specify the boilerplate text you want to appear in your message actions.

What is a custom application in Oracle alert?

A custom application is an application that was not installed using AutoInstall or, any application that resides outside the database where Oracle Alert resides. For example, an Oracle Application that resides in a different database from Oracle Alert is considered a custom application.

How do I create event alerts for Oracle E-Business Suite applications?

Important: If you want to create event alerts for Oracle E-Business Suite applications that reside on another database, you must install Oracle Alert on that database. Register your custom application with Oracle Alert so that it appears in the list of applications available in the Alerts form. See: Applications Window.

How do I create an alert in the application field?

In the Application field, use the list of values to choose the name of the application that owns the alert. This application must reside in the same Oracle database as Oracle Alert. Name the alert (up to 50 characters), and give it a meaningful description (up to 240 characters). See: Oracle Alert Naming Conventions.