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Friday, March 12, 2010

How to attach documents from backend? ( fnd_webattch.add_attachment )

Declare

v_category_id                    NUMBER;
v_attached_doc_id          NUMBER;
v_invoice_id                      NUMBER;
v_invoice_image_url     VARCHAR2(500) := 'http://shareoracleapps.blogspot.com';
v_function_name            VARCHAR2(50)   := 'APXINWKB';
v_category_name            VARCHAR2(100) := 'FromSupplier';
v_description                    VARCHAR2(300) := 'Test script for attaching scanned image url to AP invoice';
v_entity_name                 VARCHAR2(100) := 'AP_INVOICES'
v_file_name                      VARCHAR2(100) := NULL;
v_user_id                            NUMBER               := 1234; 
TYPE result_set_type IS REF CURSOR;
v_result_set_curr           result_set_type;

--Here for example we are using "FromSupplier" as a category
--and AP_INVOICES_ALL.invoice_id as primary key value

CURSOR  cur_cat_id
IS
    SELECT     fdc.category_id
    FROM       fnd_document_categories fdc
    WHERE      fdc.name  =  v_category_name;

FUNCTION set_context( i_user_name    IN  VARCHAR2
                     ,i_resp_name    IN  VARCHAR2
                     ,i_org_id       IN  NUMBER)
RETURN VARCHAR2
IS
--  Inorder to reduce the content of the post I moved the implementation part of this function to another post and it is available here 
END set_context; 
  
BEGIN
 -- Setting the context ---- 
v_context := set_context('&V_USER_NAME','&V_RESPONSIBILITY',82);
IF v_context = 'F'
    THEN
        DBMS_OUTPUT.PUT_LINE('Error while setting the context');       
    END IF;
DBMS_OUTPUT.PUT_LINE('2');
--- context done ------------
     OPEN cur_cat_id;
     FETCH cur_cat_id INTO v_category_id;
     CLOSE cur_cat_id;
         -- Invoke the fnd_webattach api for attaching the URL to the invoice

        fnd_webattch.add_attachment ( seq_num                   => 100
                                     ,category_id                            => v_category_id
                                     ,document_description     => v_description
                                     ,datatype_id                           => 5
                                     ,text                                            => NULL
                                     ,file_name                               => v_file_name
                                     ,url                                              => v_invoice_image_url
                                     ,function_name                    => v_function_name
                                     ,entity_name                         => v_entity_name
                                     ,pk1_value                              => v_invoice_id
                                     ,pk2_value                              => NULL
                                     ,pk3_value                              => NULL
                                     ,pk4_value                              => NULL
                                     ,pk5_value                              => NULL
                                     ,media_id                                => x_file_id
                                     ,user_id                                    => v_user_id
                                     ,usage_type                            => 'O'
                                     );
                                                                                                                                                 
        SELECT    count(fad.attached_document_id)
        INTO      v_attached_doc_id
        FROM      fnd_attached_documents fad
        WHERE     fad.pk1_value = v_invoice_id;

        IF  v_attached_doc_id > 0
          DBMS_OUTPUT.PUT_LINE('Attached sucessfully');
        THEN
          DBMS_OUTPUT.PUT_LINE('Failed to Link the Attacment.');
           
        END IF; --IF  v_attached_doc_id > 0 

EXCEPTION
WHEN OTHERS THEN
         DBMS_OUTPUT.PUT_LINE('Error occured : '||SQLERRM);
END attach_invoice;

--- Below are the main tables involved regarding attachments

fnd_attached_documents 
fnd_documents 
fnd_documents_tl 
fnd_document_categories_tl 
fnd_lobs 
fnd_documents_short_text
fnd_documents_long_text
 

4 Responses to “How to attach documents from backend? ( fnd_webattch.add_attachment )”

Anonymous said...
July 20, 2013 at 3:18 PM

Hi,

From where I get the MEDIA_ID?


Bernadette Dourlain said...
August 25, 2014 at 8:22 AM

Can this method be used in Oracle projects module (R12)? We have 30,000+ documents that need to be attached to invoice records and need a viable back end method.


Janel said...
August 10, 2016 at 1:46 PM This comment has been removed by the author.

Janel said...
August 10, 2016 at 1:47 PM

x_file_id doesn't seem to be declared anywhere but you are passing it in your procedure call....what is it???


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