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Wednesday, March 31, 2010

API to populate the Descriptive element Value of an item ( inv_item_catalog_elem_pub.process_item_descr_elements)

DECLARE
 v_inv_item_id            NUMBER:= 0;
 v_catalog_Group_id       NUMBER:= 0;
 v_organization_id        NUMBER: = 0;
 x_generated_descr        VARCHAR2(240);
 x_return_status          VARCHAR2 (1);
 x_errorcode              NUMBER;
 x_msg_count              NUMBER;
 x_msg_data               VARCHAR2 (1000);
 x_msg_index_out          NUMBER: =0;
 l_item_desc_elem_table   INV_ITEM_CATALOG_ELEM_PUB.ITEM_DESC_ELEMENT_TABLE;
 l_current_item_desc_elem INV_ITEM_CATALOG_ELEM_PUB.ITEM_DESC_ELEMENT;
 l_error_message          VARCHAR2 (1000);
 j                        NUMBER  := 0;
BEGIN
   --Getting the item id for the existing item ABCTEST
   BEGIN
          SELECT inventory_item_id
          INTO   v_inv_item_id
          FROM   mtl_system_items_b msi,
                 mtl_parameters mp
          WHERE msi.organization_id   = mp.organization_id
          AND    msi.segment1         = 'ABCTEST'
          AND    mp.organization_code = 'V1';
   EXCEPTION
      WHEN OTHERS THEN
         fnd_file.put_line (fnd_file.LOG,'Error in getting the item id for Item ABCTEST and error is '||SUBSTR (SQLERRM, 1,200));
   END;

   -- Populating the pl/Sql table. In this for Element Name CatalogElement1, Element value ABCValue1 is Mapped.

  l_current_item_desc_elem.DESCRIPTION_DEFAULT := 'Y';
  l_current_item_desc_elem.ELEMENT_NAME := 'CatalogElement1';
  l_current_item_desc_elem.ELEMENT_VALUE := 'ABCValue1';
  l_item_desc_elem_table (j) := l_current_item_desc_elem;

      BEGIN
           FND_MSG_PUB.INITIALIZE;
          
         --API to assign Element Value to the Item--
         inv_item_catalog_elem_pub.process_item_descr_elements
          ( p_api_version             => 1.0
          , p_inventory_item_id       => v_inv_item_id
          , p_item_desc_element_table => l_item_desc_elem_table
          , x_generated_descr         => x_generated_descr
          , x_return_status           => x_return_status
          , x_msg_count               => x_msg_count
          , x_msg_data                => x_msg_data
          );
          COMMIT;
         
          IF x_return_status = FND_API.G_RET_STS_SUCCESS THEN   
                   fnd_file.put_line (fnd_file.LOG,'Element value ABCValue1 is Successfully assigned to the element name CatalogElement1 for the Item ABCTEST ');
        ELSE
               --Getting the Error Reason if the element value is not assigned
               -- If there are multiple errors
           IF (FND_MSG_PUB.Count_Msg > 1) THEN
                FOR k IN 1..FND_MSG_PUB.Count_Msg LOOP
                  FND_MSG_PUB.Get (p_msg_index     => k,
                                   p_encoded       => 'F',
                                   p_data          => x_msg_data,
                                   p_msg_index_out => x_msg_index_out);
                                 
                  IF x_msg_data IS NOT NULL THEN
                    l_error_message:= l_error_message ||'-'||x_msg_data;
                  END IF;
                END LOOP;
             ELSE
                  --Only one error
                  FND_MSG_PUB.Get (p_msg_index     => 1,
                                   p_encoded       => 'F',
                                   p_data          => x_msg_data,
                                   p_msg_index_out => x_msg_index_out);
                                
                  l_error_message:= x_msg_data;
                
           END IF;
        Fnd_file.put_line(fnd_file.LOG,'Error in assigning Element value ABCValue1 to the element name CatalogElement1 for the Item ABCTEST and reason is '||l_error_message);
        END IF;
      END;

EXCEPTION
   WHEN OTHERS THEN
           fnd_file.put_line (fnd_file.LOG,'Error '|| SUBSTR (SQLERRM, 1,200));

END; 

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