The function API_APPLICATION.GETID seems to return the value of T_BDF_APPLICATIONSESSION.BDF_APPLICATIONSESSION_OID, where I would expect the value of T_BDF_APPLICATION.BDF_APPLICATION_OID. Is this correct behaviour?

And if so, is there another function that returns the oid of the current application?

asked 28 Sep '12, 05:53

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Peter W
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Hi Peter,

All APIs always return run-time values of the object. That's why it returns the bdf_applicationsession_oid. We currently do not have API to get current application id.

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answered 28 Sep '12, 06:39

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Samet Basaran
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Hi peter, you can use a function like this : function getApplicationID(pSessionID in number := null) return number is fAppID number; begin select bdf_application_oid into fAppID from formspider.t_bdf_applicationsession where bdf_applicationsession_oid = nvl(pSessionID, api_application.getID); return fAppID; exception when OTHERS then return null; end;

Don't forget to add the correct grants to the calling user. I usualy "grant select any table".

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answered 28 Sep '12, 06:52

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