The Example Projects for Oracle Intelligent Advisor Series 2022 : Safety Inspection

Safety Inspection is a simple to follow and easy to learn / modify Example Project. The business context is any situation or industry where auditing or inspection needs to take place – for example a gas engineer checking an installation or an auditor reviewing the quality of a building job / the safety of people on the building site.

There is a video code-along demonstration at the end of this article where we will look at the features mentioned below. So let’s get into the Safety Inspection Example Project:

Time needed: 20 minutes

How to use the Safety Inspection Project in Oracle Intelligent Advisor

  1. How to use the Safety Inspection Project

    Now that you know the context behind the Safety Inspection Example Project, all that remains is to know that it was originally designed to showcase the offline client. Until release 22A, the mobile role and mobile app was used to provide some consumers with an app-based experience which included the ability to run interviews offline. Oracle B2C Service customers could also send their interview results back to their CX. As of 22A this solution is no longer generally available but no doubt another solution will soon take it’s place. The styling of the interview is also very much mobile-friendly.

    Safety Inspection

  2. What does the Safety Inspection Project demonstrate

    The project demonstrates how to build a simple, driven interview that can easily be performed by personnel in the field. The styling and color scheme is very effective and means the user does not have to read every detail to understand where they are in the interview. It also demonstrates how to add a signature to the Form that is generated and uses a lot of dynamic label control visibility to ensure that only the useful information is displayed.

  3. Adaptation Ideas for Safety Inspection

    There is room for adaptation as a learning opportunity – since every single topic for inspection is implemented through a Screen, with two boolean attributes (one to say you have performed the check, another to say if there are any follow ups) and a comments field, it is very simple to add another Screen and build out another element to the inspection (or, indeed, to modify the existing inspection if you want to make changes to the existing flow). Once that is done, you can add your new Boolean to the overall goal that decides if the inspection is complete.

    More ambitious learners may want to follow the link shown in the video to download the full source material and try and add it to the project.

  4. Upsides and Downsides

    In spite of being built for a very specific form factor – a mobile device – this interview is sufficiently generic – in the positive sense of the word – and easy to understand that new starters can easily play with it to get to grips with the basics of logic, visibility rules, and more.

If you want to learn a bit more about the project and the contents then here is the video walkthrough. You can also subscribe to our YouTube Channel.


Author: Richard Napier

After 8 years in case management and ERP software roles, Richard Napier joined Siebel Systems in 1999 and took up the role of managing the nascent Siebel University in Southern Europe. He subsequently was Director of Business Development and Education for InFact Group (now part of Business & Decisions) for 8 years. He now runs Intelligent Advisor IT Consulting OÜ. Owner of, he also is Co-Founder of the Siebel Hub.

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