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Query To Get The Profile Option Configurations

February 20th, 2022, posted in Oracle EBS Application, Oracle Queries
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SELECT ot.user_profile_option_name,
TO_CHAR (v.level_id) level_id,
DECODE (v.level_id,
10001, ‘Site’,
10002, ‘Application’,
10003, ‘Responsibility’,
10004, ‘User ID’,
v.level_id)
level_meaning,
DECODE (v.level_id,
10001, ‘Site’,
10002, apl.application_name,
10003, frt.responsibility_name,
10004, u.user_name,
v.level_id)
level_name,
v.profile_option_value,
o.profile_option_name,
v.creation_date value_creation_date,
v.created_by value_created_by,
v.last_update_date value_last_updated_date,
v.last_updated_by value_last_updated_by
FROM applsys.fnd_profile_options_tl ot,
applsys.fnd_profile_options o,
applsys.fnd_profile_option_values v,
applsys.fnd_responsibility_tl frt,
apps.fnd_application_vl apl,
fnd_user u
WHERE v.level_value = frt.responsibility_id(+)
AND v.profile_option_id = o.profile_option_id
AND o.profile_option_name = ot.profile_option_name
AND ot.language = ‘US’
AND NVL (frt.language, ‘US’) = ‘US’
AND v.level_value = apl.application_id(+)
AND u.user_id(+) = v.level_value
ORDER BY ot.user_profile_option_name,
v.level_id,
DECODE (v.level_id,
10001, ‘Site’,
10002, ‘Application’,
10003, frt.responsibility_name,
10004, u.user_name,
v.level_id);

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Query To Get The Front End URL From Backend

February 6th, 2022, posted in Oracle EBS Application, Oracle Queries
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Query to get the front end URL,oracle ebs front end URL,oracle ebs url

Query to get the front end URL from back-end

 

SELECT home_url FROM   icx_parameters; 
http://hostname.domainname.com:8000/OA_HTML/AppsLogin

 

 

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Oracle Database New Features (12c to 19c)

January 1st, 2022, posted in Oracle EBS Application
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Oracle Database New Features (12c to 19c)

From Oracle database 12c on-wards, whole architecture was changed. And it comes with many new features. Oracle also changed the policy of releasing database patches and version. Now we are seeing new version every year from 2018 on-wards, i.e. 18c in the year of 2018, 19, in the year of 2019 and now very soon 20c is coming this year.

Here I am highlighting Oracle database new features which was introduce in different Oracle database versions. My focus is to highlight most important features from version 12c onwards up to 19c.

This will help you to understand which feature we can use in which version.

 

 

Category
DB
Versions
12.1
12.2
18c
19c
High
Availability
Comprehensive HA and disaster
recovery functionality
Sharding
Sharded RAC
Data Guard DML Redirect
Oracle Golden Gate for heterogeneous replication
Autonomous Health Framework
User-defined Sharding Methods
Sharding: Supports multiple PDB shards in a CDB
Unique sequence number generation per shard
Zero Downtime Grid Infrastructure
Patching
PDB Recovery Catalog
Improvements to Application
Continuity

 

Category
DB Versions
12.1
12.2
18c
19c
Performance and Salability
In-Memory Column Store
In Memory JSON Queries
Memory Optimized Row
Store
Fast ingest support for
IoT type workloads
Engineered Systems
In Memory Active Standby
New Approximate Functions
Quarantine for SQL Statements
Optimizer Adaptive
Feature
Optimizer Adaptive
Feature
Stats Only Queries
Approximate Query Processing
New Approximate Functions
Improvements for COUNT DISTINCT and GROUP BY queries
Optimizer Statistics
Advisor
Automatic Indexing
Realtime Statistics
Automatic Resolution of
SQL Plan Regressions

 

Category
DB Versions
12.1
12.2
18c
19c
Multitenant
Container managed
database virtualization
Online cloning &
relocation
Transportable backups
DBCA Silent mode
operations for PDB
Manage Many as one
Incremental refresh of test/dev master
Snapshot carousel
RAT and ADDM at PDB level
Patching, Backup,
Security, Online Cloning, Online Relocation
Application containers
Refreshable PDB
switchover
Automated PDB Relocation

 

Category
DB Versions
12.1
12.2
18c
19c
Security
Security In-Depth
Access Controls, Encryption, Redaction, Masking, Auditing, SQL Firewalls Key
Vault
Online encryption
Integration with Active
Directory
Data Dictionary
Encryption
Audit Vault Database Firewall
Password-less schema creation
Password-less Schema-only Oracle accounts
Security Assessment Tool
Database Vault Operations
Control
Privilege Analysis available in EE

 

Category
DB Versions
12.1
12.2
18c
19c
Application 
Development
Application Express 5.1
Long Identifiers
Improved JSON Support
SQL JSON Enhancements
Comprehensive Language support
PL/SQL, SQL , Python, Node.js, PHP, Java, C, .NET, REST
JSON
Case Insensitive Databases
C, Python, JavaScript JSON SODA API
Materialized View for JSON_TABLE
Private Temporary Tables
Partial JSON Update
support
Realtime SQL Monitoring for Developers

 

Category
DB Versions
12.1
12.2
18c
19c
Data Warehousing and Big Data
Partitioning,
Compression, SQL, Analytical Views, Analytical SQL, Data Mining
Partitioned External
Tables
In-Memory for external
tables
Hybrid Partitioned Tables
Easily analyze data held in Hadoop with Big Data SQL
Analytical Views
Automatic propagation of nologged data to standby
Stats only Queries
Big Data Appliance
Machine Learning :
Random Forrest, Neural Network

 

Category
DB Versions
12.1
12.2
18c
19c
Other 
Improvements
EZConnect Improvements
Oracle Database XE
Free to use
Includes most EE features
no RAC, Data Guard, GoldenGate
Oracle Database 19c RPM
Install, Yum install of Oracle Instant Clients
Oracle Read Only Homes
No click through client
software install
Oracle Docker images
SQLDeveloper Web
Oracle Data REST Services (ORDS)
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How to Regenerate Reports files in Apps R12 using adadmin

December 26th, 2021, posted in Oracle EBS Application
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[[email protected] ~]$ cd $GL_TOP

[[email protected] 12.0.0]$ ls

admin  forms  html  lib  mds    mesg  patch    sql

bin    help   java  log  media  out   reports



[[email protected] 12.0.0]$ cd reports/



[[email protected] reports]$ ls

US

[[email protected] reports]$ cd US/

[[email protected] US]$ ls

GLCRDR.rdf    GLRTB2.rdf    GLXCLVAL.rdf  GLXRBUDA.rdf  GLXRLRUR.rdf

GLGDOCDE.rdf  GLRTBD.rdf    GLXCOCRR.rdf  GLXRCAUT.rdf  GLXRLSEG.rdf

GLGENCRE.rdf  GLRTR1.rdf    GLXDALST.rdf  GLXRCTRS.rdf  GLXRLSUS.rdf

GLGVFNAV.rdf  GLWACCTR.rdf  GLXDDA.rdf    GLXRDRTS.rdf  GLXRLTCL.rdf

GLGVOPEN.rdf  GLXACDAL.rdf  GLXDFLST.rdf  GLXRLACH.rdf  GLXRLVAT.rdf

GLRFCLD.rdf   GLXAVADT.rdf  GLXDFUSR.rdf  GLXRLBOL.rdf  GLXRSUOM.rdf

GLRFGNJ.rdf   GLXAVTRB.rdf  GLXETB.rdf    GLXRLCOA.rdf  GLXUSA.rdf

GLRGCBGT.rdf  GLXBCRBC.rdf  GLXJETAX.rdf  GLXRLFBL.rdf  GLXXTB.rdf

GLRGNJ.rdf    GLXBCSD.rdf   GLXLSLST.rdf  GLXRLHST.rdf  GLYRLBGE.rdf

GLRGNL.rdf    GLXBOR.rdf    GLXRBCR.rdf   GLXRLMAB.rdf  GLYRLGLG.rdf

GLRJED.rdf    GLXBTB.rdf    GLXRBDHR.rdf  GLXRLRFL.rdf  GLYRLJGE.rdf

GLRSGNJ.rdf   GLXCAR.rdf    GLXRBJRN.rdf  GLXRLRUD.rdf  GLYRLJRE.rdf

Take backup of two .rdf files and we will regenerate them using adadmin


[[email protected] US]$ mv GLCRDR.rdf       GLCRDR.rdf.bkp

[[email protected] US]$ mv GLYRLJRE.rdf   GLYRLJRE.rdf.bkp

[[email protected] US]$

[[email protected] US]$

[[email protected] US]$ adadmin

                     Copyright (c) 2002 Oracle Corporation

                        Redwood Shores, California, USA

                     Oracle Applications AD Administration

                                 Version 12.0.0

NOTE: You may not use this utility for custom development

      unless you have written permission from Oracle Corporation.

Your default directory is '/u01/apdba/apps/apps_st/appl'.

Is this the correct APPL_TOP [Yes] ?

AD Administration records your AD Administration session in a text file

you specify.  Enter your AD Administration log file name or press [Return]

to accept the default file name shown in brackets.

Filename [adadmin.log] :

************* Start of AD Administration session *************

AD Administration version: 12.0.0

AD Administration started at: Mon Apr 08 2013 09:00:20

APPL_TOP is set to /u01/apdba/apps/apps_st/appl

You can be notified by email if a failure occurs.

Do you wish to activate this feature [No] ?

Please enter the batchsize [1000] :

Please enter the name of the Oracle Applications System that this

APPL_TOP belongs to.

The Applications System name must be unique across all Oracle

Applications Systems at your site, must be from 1 to 30 characters

long, may only contain alphanumeric and underscore characters,

and must start with a letter.

Sample Applications System names are: "prod", "test", "demo" and

"Development_2".

Applications System Name [PROD] : PROD *

NOTE: If you do not currently have certain types of files installed

in this APPL_TOP, you may not be able to perform certain tasks.

Example 1: If you don't have files used for installing or upgrading

the database installed in this area, you cannot install or upgrade

the database from this APPL_TOP.

Example 2: If you don't have forms files installed in this area, you cannot

generate them or run them from this APPL_TOP.

Example 3: If you don't have concurrent program files installed in this area,

you cannot relink concurrent programs or generate reports from this APPL_TOP.

Do you currently have files used for installing or upgrading the database

installed in this APPL_TOP [YES] ? YES *

Do you currently have Java and HTML files for HTML-based functionality

installed in this APPL_TOP [YES] ? YES *

Do you currently have Oracle Applications forms files installed

in this APPL_TOP [YES] ? YES *

Do you currently have concurrent program files installed

in this APPL_TOP [YES] ? YES *

Please enter the name Oracle Applications will use to identify this APPL_TOP.

The APPL_TOP name you select must be unique within an Oracle Applications

System, must be from 1 to 30 characters long, may only contain

alphanumeric and underscore characters, and must start with a letter.

Sample APPL_TOP Names are: "prod_all", "demo3_forms2", and "forms1".

APPL_TOP Name [oracledb1] : oracledb1 *

You are about to use or modify Oracle Applications product tables

in your ORACLE database 'PROD'

using ORACLE executables in '/u01/apdba/apps/tech_st/10.1.2'.

Is this the correct database [Yes] ?

AD Administration needs the password for your 'SYSTEM' ORACLE schema

in order to determine your installation configuration.

Enter the password for your 'SYSTEM' ORACLE schema:

The ORACLE username specified below for Application Object Library

uniquely identifies your existing product group: APPLSYS

Enter the ORACLE password of Application Object Library [APPS] :

AD Administration is verifying your username/password.

The status of various features in this run of AD Administration is:

Saving product information.

AD code level : [B.1]

            AD Administration Main Menu

   --------------------------------------------------
  1.   Generate Applications Files menu
  1. Maintain Applications Files menu
  1. Compile/Reload Applications Database Entities menu
  1. Maintain Applications Database Entities menu
  1. Change Maintenance Mode
  1. Exit AD Administration
Enter your choice [6] : 1

         Generate Applications Files

   ----------------------------------------
  1. Generate message files
  1. Generate form files
  1.     Generate report files
  1. Generate product JAR files
  1. Return to Main Menu
Enter your choice [5] : 3

AD utilities can support a maximum of 999 workers. Your

current database configuration supports a maximum of 73 workers.

Oracle recommends that you use between 4 and 8 workers.

Enter the number of workers [4] :

Your current character set is "UTF8".

Do you want to generate Oracle Reports objects

using this character set [Yes] ?

Do you want to regenerate Oracle Reports PL/SQL library files [Yes] ?

Do you want to regenerate Oracle Reports executable files [Yes] ?

Enter list of products ('all' for all products) [all] : GL

Generate specific reports objects for each selected product [No] ?

The current set of installed languages is: US

Please select languages for generating Oracle Reports files.

You may select all of the above languages, or just a subset.

Enter list of languages ('all' for all of the above) [all] :

You selected the following languages: US

Is this the correct set of languages [Yes] ?

Reading product report information...

Selecting Oracle Reports PL/SQL library files to generate...

Selecting library files for General Ledger...

Selecting product reports to generate...

Selecting reports for General Ledger...

Generating Oracle Reports objects...

Creating the AD_UTIL_PARAMS table...

Table AD_UTIL_PARAMS already exists, so dropping the table and recreating it.

Creating FND_INSTALL_PROCESSES table...

Writing dependencies of jobs to run to appldep.txt file...

There are now 60 jobs remaining (current phase=admin+1):

    0 running, 60 ready to run and 0 waiting.

Reading completed jobs from restart file (if any).

There are now 60 jobs remaining (current phase=admin+1):

    0 running, 60 ready to run and 0 waiting.

Determining which java executables are supported by adJavaWorker...

Starting worker processes.

Worker process 1 started.

Worker process 2 started.

************* Start of AD Worker session *************

AD Worker version: 12.0.0

AD Worker started at: Mon Apr 08 2013 09:02:04

APPL_TOP is set to /u01/apdba/apps/apps_st/appl

Worker process 3 started.

************* Start of AD Worker session *************

AD Worker version: 12.0.0

AD Worker started at: Mon Apr 08 2013 09:02:04

APPL_TOP is set to /u01/apdba/apps/apps_st/appl

************* Start of AD Worker session *************

AD Worker version: 12.0.0

AD Worker started at: Mon Apr 08 2013 09:02:04

APPL_TOP is set to /u01/apdba/apps/apps_st/appl

Worker process 4 started.

Checking if all jobs have their actual and symbolic arguments in sync....

Done.

Writing jobs to run to restart file.

Reading jobs from FND_INSTALL_PROCESSES table ...

************* Start of AD Worker session *************

AD Worker version: 12.0.0

AD Worker started at: Mon Apr 08 2013 09:02:04

APPL_TOP is set to /u01/apdba/apps/apps_st/appl

Done reading jobs from FND_INSTALL_PROCESSES table ...

Telling workers to read 'todo' restart file.

Done.

Starting phase 1001 (admin+1): Generate Report Files

There are now 60 jobs remaining (current phase=admin+1):

    0 running, 60 ready to run and 0 waiting.

There are now 0 jobs remaining (current phase=Done):

    0 running, 0 ready to run and 0 waiting.

Telling workers to quit...

All workers have quit.

Dropping FND_INSTALL_PROCESSES table...

FND_INSTALL_PROCESSES table dropped.

Dropping AD_DEFERRED_JOBS table...

AD_DEFERRED_JOBS table dropped.

Copying files to destination ...

Done copying files to destination.

Review the messages above, then press [Return] to continue.

Backing up restart files, if any......Done.

Now go and check in $GL_TOP



[[email protected] ~]$ cd $GL_TOP

[[email protected] 12.0.0]$ ls

admin  forms  html  lib  mds    mesg  patch    sql

bin    help   java  log  media  out   reports



[[email protected] 12.0.0]$ cd reports/

[[email protected] reports]$ ls

US

[[email protected] reports]$ cd US/

[[email protected] US]$ ls  GLCRDR.rdf   GLYRLJRE.rdf
GLYRLJRE.rdf  GLYRLJRE.rdf

Note: Regenerating of report files is completely dependant on licensing

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