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Whatever happened to Fusion Applications?

Andrews Consulting - Thu, 2011-02-17 12:48
Oracle Fusion Applications were announced with great fanfare at an event at San Francisco City Hall over five years ago.  The announcement created a high enough level of concern and confusion that a year later Oracle introduced the concept of “Applications Unlimited” – a promise to keep the traditional applications (including JDE and PeopleSoft) viable […]
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JD Edwards Partner Summit

Andrews Consulting - Thu, 2011-02-03 10:12
 Over 300 people attended the recent JD Edwards Partner Summit in Denver – a clear indication that the product line remains alive and well.  Most were from the US with a sprinkling of partners from each of the other regions around the world.  Everyone that I talked to echoed the same story – after a […]
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What’s hot and what’s not in 2011 at Oracle

Andrews Consulting - Tue, 2011-01-11 07:36
 Speculation always seems to be fashionable at the start of a new year.  Why not engage in some regarding where Oracle is likely to focus its attention in 2011?  Before doing so, the obvious observation must be made that Oracle is currently on a roll. It appears to be poised for another year of growth, […]
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Oem Agent not starting anymore..

Bas Klaassen - Mon, 2011-01-03 04:42
This morning I noticed a database down in our OEM application. I also received an email from the inicident, so I decided to look into this problem. I found a sollution very quick. It seemed the dbsnmp password of the target database was not valid anymore. So I changed the password in OEM, configured the target again en the problem was solved...But then the agent stopt running and was producing alBas Klaassenhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/04080547141637579116noreply@blogger.com1
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Concurrent request error

Bas Klaassen - Fri, 2010-10-29 06:44
A concurrent request was running into an error. The following error was shown in the logfile of the request.APP-FND-00362: Routine afpbep cannot execute request &REQUEST for program &PROGRAM, because the environment variable &BASEPATH is not set for the application to which the concurrent program executable &EXECUTABLE belongs.I noticed the $CUSTOM_TOP variable was not set, but after setting thisBas Klaassenhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/04080547141637579116noreply@blogger.com0
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Configure Oracle dbconsole...

Bas Klaassen - Tue, 2010-09-28 04:38
For a 10g database I wanted to check something in the database console. When trying to start this console, I received the following error : OC4J Configuration issue. Oracle/ora102/oc4j/j2ee/OC4J_DBConsole_.local_ not foundThe ORACLE_HOME is a shared one, meaning different databases use the same ORACLE_HOME. So, because of this there were some other directories but not the one I needed. I Bas Klaassenhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/04080547141637579116noreply@blogger.com0
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Oracle webcache and Oracle eBS 11i....

Bas Klaassen - Thu, 2010-09-09 08:31
I have installe Oracle webcache 10.1.2.3.0 to act as a reverse proxy server for our Oracle eBS environments. After installing the webcache, I used note 380486.1 to configure webcache for our R12 environments. Now, we can use the webcache url to enter the R12 application.For our 11i environments I used note 306653.1Using the webcache I am able to login the 11i application, but when starting a Bas Klaassenhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/04080547141637579116noreply@blogger.com0
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Read/Write NTFS on my MacBook Pro

Bas Klaassen - Thu, 2010-08-12 03:41
Today I tried to start my virtual linux machines (created in vmware workstation on windows to install/upgrade eBS environments) on my MacBook Pro. I downloaded a trial version of Vmware Fusion. When trying to start a virtual machine, Vmware would show me the following error 'Read only file system' and the machine would not start. It seemed I could not write to the folders containing the Vmware Bas Klaassenhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/04080547141637579116noreply@blogger.com3
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Agent blocked....

Bas Klaassen - Fri, 2010-08-06 04:29
In our 11g Grid Control I noticed an agent that was not uploading any data to the oms anymore.When checking the status of the agent I noticed the following:Last successful upload : (none)Last attempted upload : (none)Total Megabytes of XML files uploaded so far : 0.00Number of XML files pending upload : 199Size of XML files pending Bas Klaassenhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/04080547141637579116noreply@blogger.com4
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Incomplete restore....

Bas Klaassen - Tue, 2010-07-13 02:32
Yesterday I was asked to help during a restore/recovery operation of the eBS datbase. Before restoring the dba'er removed the original database (rm *). After restoring the database files from the backup abd trying to start the database, we noticed the database did not to start because he could not find his redo log files. It seemed the redo log files were not in the backup, and therefore not Bas Klaassenhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/04080547141637579116noreply@blogger.com0
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Oracle.exe on Windows

Bas Klaassen - Wed, 2010-04-07 03:09
So, I solved my last problem. Deleting the registry entry of NLS_LANG solved the problem. After this, the open database also showed me the NLS error again. I decided to start again with another environment, maybe the source was the problem ;)With a new set, I ran into another problem...the database service cannot be started. DIM-00019: Create Service Error The Oracle Service service terminated Bas Klaassenhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/04080547141637579116noreply@blogger.com0
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Cloning eBS environment on windows....

Bas Klaassen - Wed, 2010-03-31 07:04
For a new project I am working with Oracle eBS 11i on the windows platform. When cloning an environment using rapidclone, the database clone is showing me an error. When the clone is trying to create a new controlfile, the following error is shown : The log information will be written to"F:\oracle\behdb\9.2.0\appsutil\log\beh_smdbp02\adcrdb.txt"ECHO is off.ECHO is off.Creating the control file Bas Klaassenhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/04080547141637579116noreply@blogger.com1
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Oracle R12.1.2 HCM New Functionality Part 1

RameshKumar Shanmugam - Sat, 2010-01-02 22:35
EBS R12.1.2 is released and much awaited gap in the OTL and Absence Management product is closed in the current release.
OTL timecard is integrated with the SSHR Absence Management, with this new functionality Absence entered in the Oracle Core HR/ ESS or MSS will be populated in OTL Timecard.Similarly Absence time entered in OTL can be viewed in Core HR and SSHR. This new functionality helps to maintain the data integrity and this new functionality also eliminates much of the custom work that need to be done by the consultants to validate the time entered in OTL against the Absence Management

To understand how to setup Absence Management refer the blog http://ramesh-oraclehrms.blogspot.com/2007/07/leave-management.html
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Happy Xmas to everybody !!!!!

Bas Klaassen - Fri, 2009-12-25 05:40
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Login problems R12

Bas Klaassen - Fri, 2009-12-04 06:39
On our R12 eBS environment we are facing a problem when loggin in. It does not happen all the time, because we use more then one web node (loadbalancer), but when trying to acces the login page the following error is shown..."Unable to generate forwarding URL. Exception: oracle.apps.fnd.cache.CacheException"or a blank page is shown instead of the login page. In the applications.log file ($Bas Klaassenhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/04080547141637579116noreply@blogger.com5
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Missing AppsLogin.jsp...

Bas Klaassen - Tue, 2009-08-25 01:20
I am still facing the same problem with my R12 upgrade.When running the post install checks using Rapidwiz , only the JSP and the Login page show errors.For jsp I see 'JSP not responding, waiting 15 seconds and retesting'and the Login Page shows 'RW-50016: Error. -{0} was not created. File= {1}'The strange thing is that all other checks are oke. Even the /OA_HTML/help check !So, the problem is Bas Klaassenhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/04080547141637579116noreply@blogger.com15
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R12 upgrade

Bas Klaassen - Sun, 2009-08-23 03:46
I Finally upgraded my 11.5.10.2 environment to R12.I followed the steps mentioned in the different upgrade guides. What do I have runing right now ?- Oracle eBS 12.0.6- Oracle database 10.2.0.4- Oracle tech stack (old ora directory) 10.1.2.3.0- Oracle tech stack (old iAS directory) 10.1.3.4.0So, having no problems during the upgrade proces, I finished starting al services. When trying to login myBas Klaassenhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/04080547141637579116noreply@blogger.com5
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Purge old files on Linux/Unix using “find” command

Aviad Elbaz - Wed, 2009-06-10 01:30

I've noticed that one of our interface directories has a lot of old files, some of them were more than a year old. I checked it with our implementers and it turns out that we can delete all files that are older than 60 days.

I decided to write a (tiny) shell script to purge all files older than 60 days and schedule it with crontab, this way I won't deal with it manually. I wrote a find command to identify and delete those files. I started with the following command:

find /interfaces/inbound -mtime +60 -type f -maxdepth 1 -exec rm {} \;

It finds and deletes all files in directory /interface/inbound that are older than 60 days.
"-maxdepth 1" -> find files in current directory only. Don't look for files in sub directories.

After packing it in a shell script I got a request to delete "csv" files only. No problem... I added the "-name" to the find command:

find /interfaces/inbound -name "*.csv" -mtime +60 -type f -maxdepth 1 -exec rm {} \;

All csv files in /interface/inbound that are older than 60 days will be deleted.

But then, the request had changed, and I was asked to delete "*.xls" files further to "*.csv" files. At this point things went complicated for me since I'm not a shell script expert...

I tried several things, like add another "-name" to the find command:

find /interfaces/inbound -name "*.csv" -name "*.xls" -mtime +60 -type f -maxdepth 1 -exec rm {} \;

But no file was deleted. Couple of moments later I understood that I'm trying to find csv files which is also xls files... (logically incorrect of course).

After struggling a liitle with the find command, I managed to make it works:

find /interfaces/inbound \( -name "*.csv" -o -name "*.xls" \) -mtime +60 -type f -maxdepth 1 -exec rm {} \;

:-)

Aviad

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