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Special Value Sets with Message Dictionary in PLSQL Validation

Posted on: May 2, 2014


Please follow the below steps to create a special value set with PLSQL validation and popup the messages to the user with FND_MESSAGE API , we can call an anonymous PLSQL block in our “Validation” event.

  1. Create value set ‘EY_EMAIL_ADDRESS‘ and write the PLSQL in ‘Validation‘ Event.
    special_vs
  2. Create Message text on Message Dictionary Form with message name like above “EY_EMAIL_MSG” and parameter “VAL“.
    – Navigation: Application –> Messages on “Application Developer” Responsibility
    msg_dict
  3. Assign this value set to the Concurrent Program and run the request
  4. When input the email address without ‘@’ character, it will popup the error message below.
    special_output
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