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FRM-92102 : A Network Error Has Occured

September 19th, 2017, posted in Oracle

FRM-92102 is Gerneric Error maybe occur for more than one reasons :

4-Session Time 

But today i will discuss the problem On oracle Application server 10g .
Description for the problem like the following when you try to connect on your deploy application On OAS 10g it’s gives the above error from 1-5 minutes.

I will give you more than one solution maybe it will be related to the above problem and you try them separately to see which one will be valid for you : 

1-Netowrk Parameters :

You will find it $ORACLE_HOME/forms/server/default.env
Just increase the value .

2-do the following change in opmn.xml (under $ORACLE_HOME/opmn/conf/):



3-SET Inbound_connection_timeout In sqlnet.ora to ZERO .

Sqlnet.Inbound_connection_timeout = 0

Note : if your can’t find this parameter in the SQLNET.ORA you cant add it .

5- Change the following $ORACLE_HOME/opmn/conf/opmn.xml


Hope this will work 


To find the ROW Counts of tables that belongs to a Particular Schema

September 12th, 2017, posted in Oracle
select table_name,num_rows counter from dba_tables where owner=’Schema_name’ order by table_name;

Find A String In Database

July 1st, 2017, posted in Oracle

I’ve tried using this statement below to find an appropriate column based on what I think it should be named but it returned no results :

SELECT * from dba_objects WHERE
object_name like '%DTN%'

A column isn't an object. If you mean that you expect the column name to be like '%DTN%', the query you want is:

SELECT owner, table_name, column_name FROM all_tab_columns WHERE column_name LIKE '%DTN%';

Transferring The DBC File From The Application Server

June 6th, 2017, posted in Oracle

We will now transfer the database connection file (DBC) from the application server of our EBS environment. We will transfer this to our local directory so that we can create database connections for JDeveloper so that we can run our OAF pages locally during development.

How to do it :

To transfer the .dbc file, perform the following tasks:

  1. Open WinSCP or FileZilla etc and connect to the application server.
  2. FTP the .dbc file to your local PC from the $INST_TOP/appl/fnd/ dor you can say its path is something like this /u99/appprod52/inst32/apps/PROD_DB/appl/fnd/12.0.0/secure  directory on the application server to the jdevhome\jdev\dbc_files\secure directory as shown in the following screenshot:

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Installation Steps Of OAF or JDeveloper

May 7th, 2017, posted in Oracle, Windows

If you want to do some OAF Development in JDeveloper for the first time, you will need to do the following things.

1] Download JDeveloper Patch

Based on your instance release level, check out the version of JDeveloper to use using below link.

You can identify the OA Framework version in your instance by activating diagnostics and click the “About This Page” from any OAF page. Click the “Technology Components” tab. The OA Framework version in the top row of the table can then be matched to the JDeveloper Patch.

Download the JDeveloper Patch.

You can also use this query to find about your version :
SELECT release_name FROM fnd_product_groups;

2] Extract the JDeveloper patch in a directory say D:\DevSuiteHome_1\jdev

The patch actually contains below three directories

  • jdevbin – Includes an extended version of the Oracle JDeveloper 10g executable and OA Framework class libraries.
  • jdevhome – Includes the OA Framework Toolbox Tutorial source and developer working area.
  • jdevdoc – Contains documentation.

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3] Define an environment variable

Define an environment variable JDEV_USER_HOME for your local machine. This has to be set to jdevhome\jdev directory. In above example it has to be D:\DevSuiteHome_1\jdev\jdevhome\jdev.

My Computer Properties Advanced tab Environment Variables New


Value: D:\DevSuiteHome_1\jdev\jdevhome\jdev

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4] Create the shortcut of jdevW

Their you will find jdev and jdevW icons. The jdev is for UNIX environment and jdevW is for Windows environment.
Create the shortcut of jdevW. And send to desktop

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4] Move the DBC file

After creating the environment veriable we have to move the DBC file from Oracle Apps fnd top to jDeveloper patch.

Here we are using WinScp which connects to the server from our desktop system.
After finding where exactly the DBC file located go to that particular path and copy the DBC file.

After copying, in your desktop system go to
Jdevhome–> jdev–> dbc_files–> secure
Here we will not find any files or documents the folder is empty now we need to paste the DBC file which we copied from the Oracle Apps Instance Server.

5] Now Test Database

After moving the DBC file now open the JDeveloper and create the Data Base Connection.

After opening the file it will ask for Configure File Type Associations, on check box check all the available types to associate with JDeveloper.

Go to Connections tab after that Right Click on Data Base folder and then select New Database Connection…


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6] Set The Default Project Properties

After creating the DataBase Connections, Set the default project properties.

Go to Tools -> Default Project Properties



In that select Runtime connection, adjust the runtime connection information, necessary for the database and Oracle E-Business Suite.

Brows the DBC file from the jDeveloper patch where we moved from the server.
(Jdevhome–> jdev–> dbc_files–> secure)

Username: The user name is Oracle Apps instance User Name
Password:  Password is Oracle Apps instance Password.

Application Short Name: In which application u want to run give the Application Short Name of that application.
Responsibility key: Responsibility key of that application short name.

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