Let us see how to identify the JDeveloper for the Oracle Apps Instance Version.
Step 1: If we observe we will find an option called “About this Page” in OAF Page. Click on the link About this Page. The same process is shown in the below figure:
Sometimes you may not find an option called About this Page, for that you need to set one Profile Option in Oracle Apps. The name of the profile option is “Personalize Self-Service Defn”. Switch to the responsibility, System Administrator.
The navigation to select the profile option is:
System Administrator -> Profile -> System
The same navigation is shown in the below figure:
After that select the Display level as Site and down in the Profile give name like “Persolalize%Self%”, the same scenario is shown in the below figure:
After entering, click on Find button then you can see full profile option name. At site level select YES option to activate About this Page link in the Oracle apps Framework page. The same scenario is shown in the below figure:
Step 2: After selecting About This page we can see another window, in that select a tab called “Technology Components” and after selecting that tab we can see the option called OA Framework which shows the version name of OA Framework. The same scenario is shown in the below figure which is showing the version number as 12.1.3.
Step 3: Now you need to download the JDeveloper patch of the version which we identified in Technology Components. All the patches we can download from Oracle Meta link, and the file size is 500+ MB. The below table lists some patches related to the versions:
|Oracle Apps Release Version||JDeveloper Patch|
The below picture shows the patch of the version 12.1.3:-
Extract the ZIP file and open the patch folder you will find three folders, as shown in the below figure contains jdevbin, jdevdoc, jdevhome: