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SRW.USER_EXIT

SRW.USER_EXIT

SRW.USER_EXIT

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Hi,

im a newbie in oracle applications. i understood that srw.user_exit is used for multi-org co, so the report will fetch records from the organization. am i right? but, how will i know what organization does this call? or pass through my report. how will i pass this to get the description of the organization that i need.

for example, organization_id = 1, org_desc = 'ABC', organization_id = 2, org_desc = 'DEF'?

I would like to display the org_desc into my report.

thanks

RE: SRW.USER_EXIT

User exits are used to do some data processing with modules written in languages, like Pro*C, which can not be used directly within Reports. The best place I found (though a bit old) to read about user exits in Applications reports is here:
http://www.assist.com.au/pdf/1998_Tips_Tricks_Reports_Financials.pdf
The task your are describing can be done using simple PL/SQL formula selecting value from a table, so there is no need to use user exit in this case.

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