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Installing, Configuring and Using Oracle ADI (Applications Desktop Integrator)

Recently I wrote about configuring the ADI client to connect to the Oracle Database. I have subsequently come across an excellent site which has a page on how to Install, Configure and Use Oracle ADI (Applications Desktop Integrator). The page outlines how to: -

  • Install ADI
  • Start ADI
  • Define a Database Connection
  • Use ADI

    It can be found on the University of Virginia site here.

    Posted by Richard Byrom on 06/15 at 08:32 PM
    1. University of Virginia web site is a good place to find documentations and training guides about Oracle applications.

      Like the US Department of transportation that you mentioned before, the University of Virginia team had used the tools of Author and Publisher in the conception of their procedures.

      Take care,


      Posted by Gilbert Leblanc  on  06/17  at  02:25 AM
    2. Wow, thank God for the internet. I’ve been trying to get ADI working with some other Oracle stuff. Metalink is next to useless.

      Thanks guys!

      Posted by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)  on  07/15  at  03:43 PM
    3. From what I hear, Oracle are FINALLY moving away from the win32/java application model for these horrible tools and developing web tools…

      Oh please can it be true…

      Posted by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)  on  01/10  at  05:14 AM
    4. Hi,

      I want to know which application of oracle contains ADI(Active Desktop Integrator). I would highly appreciate the co-opertain.



      Posted by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)  on  06/07  at  07:49 PM
    5. The application that uses it is Oracle E-Business Suite R11i. The web version comes built into this, otherwise you can buy ADI as client software which connects to the e-business suite.

      Posted by Richard Byrom  on  06/08  at  01:29 PM

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