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    Friday, August 8, 2008


    Create groups and users using the following commands

    #groupadd dba

    #groupadd oinstall

    #useradd -g oinstall -G dba oraweb

    id must be same in source and destination
    (uid=500(oraweb) gid=500(oinstall) groups=500(oinstall),501(dba) context=user_u:system_r:unconfined_t)

    Change the permisson

    chmod 777 /u01

    copy datas from source to destination through
    scp -r oracle oraweb@

    after copying
    set the environment in .bashprofile

    su - oraweb

    vi .bash_profile
    export ORACLE_HOME=/u01/oracle/10.1.2/OraHome_1
    export PATH=$PATH:$ORACLE_HOME/bin:$ORACLE_HOME/opmn/bin

    change hostname(if its required only)
    vi /etc/sysconfig/network

    put hostentry
    vi /etc/hosts

    change ip

    start emctl start iasconsole
    Oracle Enterprise Manager 10g Application Server Control Release
    Copyright (c) 1996, 2005 Oracle Corporation. All rights reserved.
    Oracle Enterprise Manager 10g Application Server Control is running.

    start opmnctl startall
    starting opmnctl got error

    log file=cat /u01/oracle/10.1.2/OraHome_1/webcache/logs/event_log

    error: couldnot increase the numberof file/socket descriptors to 1100
    check $ORACLE_HOME/webcache/webcache.xml


    solution steps
    (Port numbers less than 1024 are reserved for use by privileged processes on UNIX.
    If you want to configure OracleAS Web Cache to listen on a port less than 1024, such as on port 80, then the webcached executable must run as the root user)

    set oraclehome

    export ORACLE_HOME=/u01/oracle/10.1.2/OraHome_1

    solution: from root user execute ./ setidentity 500
    posted by Senthil Kumaran @ 10:18 AM   0 comments
    Create A Production (Full or Partial) Duplicate On The Same Host
    Wednesday, August 6, 2008
    Primary DB : ORCL
    Clone DB : AUX

    Production Database should be archive enabled.

    Startup mount;
    alter database archivelog;
    alter database open;
    archive log list;

    Recovery catalog for RMAN

    Creating the Recovery Catalog Owner
    Start by creating a database schema (usually called rman). Assign an appropriate tablespace to it and grant it the recovery_catalog_owner role. Look at this example:

    % sqlplus '/ as sysdba'



    Creating the Recovery Catalog

    % rman catalog rman/rman@ORCL


    Registering the target database

    % rman TARGET / CATALOG rman/rman@ORCL


    Reference : Note:452529.1
    Reference : RMAN: How to Query the RMAN Recovery Catalog ( Note:98342.1 )

    Example Source Listener.ora

    (SID_LIST =
    (SID_DESC =
    (SID_NAME = PLSExtProc)
    (ORACLE_HOME = /newpart//product/10.2.0/)
    (PROGRAM = extproc)
    (SID_DESC =
    (ORACLE_HOME = /newpart//product/10.2.0)
    (SID_DESC =
    (ORACLE_HOME = /newpart//product/10.2.0)
    (SID_NAME = AUX)

    (ADDRESS = (PROTOCOL = TCP)(HOST = = 1521))

    Example Source tnsnames.ora

    AUX =
    (ADDRESS = (PROTOCOL = TCP)(HOST = = 1521))

    ORCL =
    (ADDRESS = (PROTOCOL = TCP)(HOST = = 1521))

    (SID = PLSExtProc)

    Note : Make use of netca and netmgr to configure listener and tnsnames

    # Find Production Database Files:

    SQL> select name from v$datafile;
    Create the Auxiliary Database directories needed
    cd $ORACLE_HOME/dbs
    create parameter file initAUX.ora

    db_file_name_convert = ('/old/path1', '/new/path1',
    '/old/path2', '/new/path2',
    '/old/path3', '/new/path3')

    log_file_name_convert = ('/old/path1', '/new/path1',
    '/old/path2', '/new/path2',
    '/old/path3', '/new/path3')


    db_name = aux
    db_block_size = 8192
    compatible =
    remote_login_passwordfile = exclusive
    control_files = ('/newpart
    SQL> startup nomount pfile=$ORACLE_HOME/dbs/initAUX.ora
    SQL> exit
    Start the Duplication
    ORACLE_SID=AUX; export ORACLE_SID # ksh
    sqlplus /nolog
    SQL> connect / as sysdba
    Connected to an idle instance
    SQL> startup nomount pfile=$ORACLE_HOME/dbs/initAUX.ora
    SQL> exit

    # Set your SID back to the TARGET for duplication.

    > rman trace.log

    Recovery Manager: Release - Production
    Copyright (c) Oracle. All rights reserved.

    RMAN> connect target
    connected to target database: V10GREL4 (DBID=2510891965)

    RMAN>backup database;

    RMAN>sql 'alter system switch logfile';

    RMAN> connect auxiliary sys/pwd@AUX
    connected to auxiliary database: AUX (not mounted)

    RMAN> duplicate target database to AUX device type disk;
    Once this is done, login to duplicate database with alter database open resetlogs.
    posted by Senthil Kumaran @ 10:44 AM   0 comments
    Creating a Duplicate Database on a New Host Using RMAN
    For reference:

    Primary Database SID: ORCL
    Duplicate Database SID: AUX
    RMAN Catalog SID: RMAN

    Backup of the primary database.

    Host A (Target)

    # export ORACLE_SID=ORCL

    # rman target=/ catalog=rman/rman@ORCL

    RMAN> run {
    allocate channel d1 type disk;
    backup format '/backups/PROD/df_t%t_s%s_p%p' database;
    sql 'alter system archive log current';
    backup format '/backups/PROD/al_t%t_s%s_p%p' archivelog all;
    release channel d1;
    This command will perform a full database backup including archivelogs and the current controlfile.

    Host B (Aux)

    Making the backup available for the duplicate process.

    If your backup resides on disk you will need to copy this back up from host A to host B. Ensure you place it in the same directory as where it was created.
    RMAN> list backup;

    Create same directory of host b and give appropriate permissions for the oracle user

    Create the pfile [initAUX.ora] parameter file in the $ORACLE_HOME/dbs directory for the auxiliary database.
    db_name = aux
    db_block_size = 8192
    compatible =
    remote_login_passwordfile = exclusive
    control_files = ('/d02/oradata/aux/control01.ctl')
    db_file_name_convert = ('/newpart/oradata/orcl',
    log_file_name_convert = ('/newpart/oradata/orcl',
    Following the creation of the initAUX.ora startup nomount the auxiliary instance.
    export ORACLE_SID=AUX

    sqlplus '/as sysdba'

    startup nomount;

    Ensuring SQL*NET connections to primary database and RMAN catalog are working.

    Host B(AUX)

    sqlplus ‘sys/oracle@PROD as sysdba’

    sqlplus rman/rman@PROD (not mandatory)
    Add tnsnames.ora entry – Eg:
    ORCL =
    (ADDRESS = (PROTOCOL = TCP)(HOST = = 1521))
    Prepare RMAN duplicate script.

    run {
    allocate auxiliary channel C1 device type disk;
    duplicate target database to AUX;
    Save it as dup.sql

    Execute the RMAN script

    Start RMAN, connect to the production target, the catalog instance and also the auxiliary clone. Run the RMAN duplicate script as shown below. Before doing this ensure that the Oracle SID environment variable is set to the duplicate clone database.
    # export ORACLE_SID=AUX

    # rman target sys/pwd@ORCL catalog rman/rman@ORCL auxiliary /

    RMAN> @dup.sql
    After this, login to aux database and alter database open with resetlogs option.
    posted by Senthil Kumaran @ 10:32 AM   0 comments
    Database Cloning
    Database Cloning

    1. Ensure that your database is recoverable back to original location and state by backing it up before executing this procedure:

    Database in NON-ARCHIVE LOG MODE - take an off-line database backup.
    Database in ARCHIVELOG MODE - take an on-line or off-line database backup.

    2. Connect to sql*plus as the user ‘SYS AS SYSDBA’ and ensure that all users have logged off the system by executing the following command.

    SQL> connect / as sysdba
    SQL> select username from v$session;
    SQL> select username from v$session;

    8 rows selected.

    You should see several fields returning with no username (these are internal oracle logins and the will not affect your operations) and one SYS login (this is you).

    3. Place the system in restricted mode:

    SQL> alter system enable restricted session;

    System altered.

    4. Connect as SYS with SYSDBA privileges and execute the following SQL command:

    SQL> connect / as sysdba
    SQL> alter database backup controlfile to trace;

    The [alter database backup controlfile to trace;] command will generate a SQL script that can be used to regenerate the database.

    5. Execute the sql*plus command show parameter to find your user dump directory.

    SQL> show parameter user_dump_dest
    -------------------------- ----------- ------------------------------
    user_dump_dest string /opt/app/oracle/product/admin/orcl/udump

    6. Exit to the OS layer and move to the user_dump_dest directory. Trace file names are generated by oracle in the following format [instance_name]+[oracle generated number].trc, so use the timestamp to locate the last trace file generated. Open the file in a text editor and remove everything above the ‘STARTUP NOMOUNT ..' statement. Alter the ‘CREATE CONTROLFILE’ statement for the following uses:

    Rename DB in Archivelog mode:

    Rename DB in Non-Archivelog mode:

    Reuse DB name in Archivelog mode:

    Reuse DB name in Non-Archivelog mode:

    7. Edit the rest of this file to reference the correct locations of you log files, datafiles and temp files.

    8. Move the trace file to an appropriate location and name to recreate_db.sql.

    9. Connect as SYS with SYSDBA privileges and shutdown the database in immediate mode:
    SQL> connect / as sysdba
    SQL> shutdown immediate

    10. Move the following files to there corresponding locations in updated recreate_db.sql file.
    Log files

    11. Restore or copy the backup and the archived logs (if any) to the new machine.

    12. Move your INIT$ORACLE_SID.ORA file to its new location. Ensure your controlfile and archive destinations in INIT are set properly to the new locations.

    13. Connect to SQLPLUS on your new machine as SYS AS SYSDBA and run create_db.sql script as follows:

    SQL> @[directory_location]/create_db.sql

    14. Change the global database name if you renamed your database as follows:


    15. Perform full system backup and store in a safe location.
    posted by Senthil Kumaran @ 10:24 AM   0 comments
    11g top new features
    Oracle Database 11g Top New Features

    1) Automatic Diagnostic Repository [ADR]

    2) Database Replay

    3) Automatic Memory Tuning

    4) Case sensitive password

    5) Virtual columns and indexes

    6) Interval Partition and System Partition

    7) The Result Cache

    8) ADDM RAC Enhancements

    9) SQL Plan Management and SQL Plan Baselines

    10) SQL Access Advisor & Partition Advisor

    11) SQL Query Repair Advisor

    12) SQL Performance Analyzer (SPA) New

    13) DBMS_STATS Enhancements

    14) The Result Cache

    15) Total Recall (Flashback Data Archive)

    Note: The above are only top new features, there are other features as well introduced in 11g which will be included subsequently

    Oracle 11g Database DBA New Features with brief explanation

    # Database Capture/replay database workloads :
    This allows the total database workload to be captured, transferred to a test database
    create from a backup or standby database, then replayed to test the affects of an upgrade or
    system change. Currently, these are working to a capture performance overhead of 5%,
    so this will capture real production workloads

    # Automatic Memory Tuning:

    Automatic PGA tuning was introduced in Oracle 9i. Automatic SGA tuning was already
    introduced in Oracle 10g. But In 11g, all memory can be tuned automatically by setting one
    parameter. We can literally tell Oracle how much memory it has and it determines how
    much to use for PGA, SGA and OS Processes. Maximum and minimum thresholds can be set

    # Interval partitioning for tables :

    Interval partitions are extensions to range partitioning. These provide automation for
    equi-sized range partitions. Partitions are created as metadata and only the start partition is
    made persistent. The additional segments are allocated as the data arrives. The additional
    partitions and local indexes are automatically created.

    # Feature Based Patching:

    All one-off patches will be classified as to which feature they affect. This allows you to easily
    identify which patches are necessary for the features you are using. EM will allow you to
    subscribe to a feature based patching service, so EM automatically scans for available
    patches for the features you are using

    # RMAN UNDO bypass :

    Rman backup can bypass undo. Undo tablespaces are getting huge, but contain lots of
    useless information. Now rman can bypass those types of tablespace. Great for exporting a
    tablespace from backup.

    # Virtual columns/indexes :

    User can create Virtual index on table. This Virtual index is not visible to optimizer, so it will
    not affect performance, Developer can user HINT and see is Index is useful or not.Invisible
    Indexesprevent premature use of newly created indexes

    # New default audit settings :

    Oracle database where general database auditing was "off" by default, logging is intended
    to be enabled by default with the Oracle Database 11g beta secure configuration. Notable
    performance improvements are planned to be introduced to reduce the performance
    degradation typically associated with auditing.

    # Case sensitive password :

    Passwords are expected to also become case sensitive This and other changes should result
    in better protection against password guessing scenarios. For
    example, in addition to limiting the number of failed login attempts to 10 (default
    configuration in 10gR2), Oracle 11g beta’s planned default settings should expire
    passwords every 180 days, and limit to seven the number of times a user can login with an
    expired password before disabling access.

    # Faster DML triggers : Create a disabled trigger; specify trigger firing order

    # Fine grained access control for Utl_TCP:

    in 10g all port are available, now it is controlled.

    # Data Guard supports "Flashback Standby"

    # New Trigger features

    # Partitioning by logical object and automated partition creation.

    # LOB's - New high-performance LOB features.

    # New Oracle11g Advisors

    # Enhanced Read only tables

    # Table trigger firing order

    # Enhanced Index rebuild online : - Online index build with NO pause to DML.

    # No recompilation of dependent objects:- When

    A) Columns added to tables
    B) Procedures added to packages

    # Improved optimizer statistics collection speed

    # Online index build with NO pause to DML

    # Read only table :-

    alter table t read only

    alter table t read write

    Oracle 11g Database SQL/PL-SQL New Features

    Fine Grained Dependency Tracking:

    In 11g we track dependencies at the level of element within unit. so that these changes have
    no consequence

    • Transparent performance improvement
    •Unnecessary recompilation certainly consumes CPU

    create table t(a number)

    create view v as select a from t

    alter table t add(Unheard_Of number)

    select status from User_Objectswhere Object_Name = 'V'
    - -----

    No recompilation of dependent objects when Columns added to tables OR Procedures
    added to packages

    > Named and Mixed Notation from SQL:

    select fun(P4=>10) from DUAL

    In 10g not possible to call function in select statment by passing 4th parameter,
    but in 11g it is possible

    > PL/SQL "continue" keyword - It is same as we read in c/c++ loop

    > Support for “super”: It is same "super" in Java.

    > Powerfull Regular Expression:

    Now we can access data between TAGS like data between tags .........

    The new built-in REGEXP_COUNT returns the number of times the pattern is matched in the
    input string.

    > New table Data Type "simple_integer"

    > SQL Performance Analyzer(SPA) :

    It is same as Database replay except it not capture all transaction.The SQL Performance
    Analyzer (SPA) leverages existing Oracle Database 10g SQL tuning components. The SPA
    provides the ability to capture a specific SQL workload in a SQL Tuning Set, take a
    performance baseline before a major database or system change, make the desired change
    to the system, and then replay the SQL workload against the modified database or
    configuration. The before and after performance of the SQL workload can then be compared
    with just a few clicks of the mouse. The DBA only needs to isolate any SQL statements that
    are now performing poorly and tune them via the SQL Tuning Advisor

    > Caching The Results with /*+ result_cache */ :

    select /*+ result_cache */ * from my_table, New for Oracle 11g, the result_cache hint caches
    the result set of a select statement. This is similar to alter table table_name cache,but as you
    can adding predicates makes /*+ result_cache */ considerably more powerful by caching a
    subset of larger tables and common queries.

    select /*+ result_cache */ col1, col2, col3 from my_table where colA = :B1

    > The compound trigger :

    A compound trigger lets you implement actions for each of the table DML timing points in a
    single trigger

    > PL/SQL unit source can exceeds 32k characters

    > Easier to execute table DDL operations online:

    Option to wait for active DML operations instead of aborting

    > Fast add column with default value:

    Does not need to updateall rows to default value.

    Oracle 11g Database Backup & Recovery New Features

    * Enhanced configuration of archive deletion policies Archive can be deleted , if it is not
    need DG , Streams Flashback etc When you CONFIGURE an archived log deletion policy
    applies to all archiving destinations, including the flash recovery area. BACKUP ... DELETE
    INPUT and DELETE... ARCHIVELOG use this configuration, as does the flash recovery area.
    When we back up the recovery area, RMAN can fail over to other archived redo log
    destinations if the flash recovery area is inaccessible.

    * Configuring backup compression:

    In 11g can use CONFIGURE command to choose between the BZIP2 and ZLIB compression
    algorithms for RMAN backups.

    * Active Database Duplication:

    Now DUPLICATE command is network aware i.e.we can create a duplicate or standby
    database over the network without taking backup or using old backup.

    * Parallel backup and restore for very large files:

    RMAN Backups of large data files now use multiple parallel server processes to efficiently
    distribute theworkload for each file. This features improves the performance of backups.

    * Improved block media recovery performance:

    RECOVER command can recover individual data blocks.
    RMAN take older, uncorrupted blocks from flashback and the RMAN can use these blocks,
    thereby speeding up block media recovery.

    * Fast incremental backups on physical standby database:

    11g has included new feature of enable block change tracking on a physical standby
    This new 11g feature enables faster incremental backups on a physical standby database
    than in previous releases.because RMAN identifywe the changed blocks sincethe last
    incremental backup.

    11g ASM New Features

    The new features in Automatic Storage Management (ASM) extend the storage
    management automation, improve scalability, and further simplify management for
    Oracle Database files.

    ■ ASM Fast Mirror Resync

    A new SQL statement, ALTER DISKGROUP ... DISK ONLINE, can be executed
    after a failed disk has been repaired. The command first brings the disk online for
    writes so that no new writes are missed. Subsequently, it initiates a copy of all extents
    marked as stale on a disk from their redundant copies.
    This feature significantly reduces the time it takes to repair a failed diskgroup,
    potentially from hours to minutes. The repair time is proportional to the number of
    extents that have been written to or modified since the failure.

    ■ ASM Manageability Enhancements

    The new storage administration features for ASM manageability include the following:

    ■ New attributes for disk group compatibility
    To enable some of the new ASM features, you can use two new disk group
    compatibility attributes, compatible.rdbms and compatible.asm. These
    attributes specify the minimum software version that is required to use disk
    groups for the database and for ASM, respectively. This feature enables
    heterogeneous environments with disk groups from both Oracle Database 10g and
    Oracle Database 11g. By default, both attributes are set to 10.1. You must advance
    these attributes to take advantage of the new features.

    ■ New ASM command-line utility (ASMCMD) commands and options

    ASMCMD allows ASM disk identification, disk bad block repair, and backup and
    restore operations in your ASM environment for faster recovery.

    ■ ASM fast rebalance

    Rebalance operations that occur while a disk group is in RESTRICTED mode
    eliminate the lock and unlock extent map messaging between ASM instances in
    Oracle RAC environments, thus improving overall rebalance throughput.
    This collection of ASM management features simplifies and automates storage
    management for Oracle databases.

    ■ ASM Preferred Mirror Read

    When ASM failure groups are defined, ASM can now read from the extent that is
    closest to it, rather than always reading the primary copy. A new initialization
    parameter, ASM_PREFERRED_READ_FAILURE_GROUPS, lets the ASM administrator
    specify a list of failure group names that contain the preferred read disks for each node
    in a cluster.

    In an extended cluster configuration, reading from a local copy provides a great
    performance advantage. Every node can read from its local diskgroup (failure group),
    resulting in higher efficiency and performance and reduced network traffic.

    ■ ASM Rolling Upgrade

    Rolling upgrade is the ability of clustered software to function when one or more of
    the nodes in the cluster are at different software versions. The various versions of the
    software can still communicate with each other and provide a single system image.
    The rolling upgrade capability will be available when upgrading from Oracle
    Database 11g Release 1 (11.1).

    This feature allows independent nodes of an ASM cluster to be migrated or patched
    without affecting the availability of the database. Rolling upgrade provides higher
    uptime and graceful migration to new releases.

    ■ ASM Scalability and Performance Enhancements

    This feature increases the maximum data file size that Oracle can support to 128 TB.
    ASM supports file sizes greater than 128 TB in any redundancy mode. This provides
    near unlimited capacity for future growth. The ASM file size limits are:

    ■ External redundancy - 140 PB
    ■ Normal redundancy - 42 PB
    ■ High redundancy - 15 PB

    Customers can also increase the allocation unit size for a disk group in powers of 2 up
    to 64 MB.

    ■ Convert Single-Instance ASM to Clustered ASM

    This feature provides support within Enterprise Manager to convert a non-clustered
    ASM database to a clustered ASM database by implicitly configuring ASM on all
    nodes. It also extends the single-instance to Oracle RAC conversion utility to support
    standby databases.

    Simplifying the conversion makes it easier for customers to migrate their databases
    and achieve the benefits of scalability and high availability provided by Oracle RAC.

    ■ New SYSASM Privilege for ASM Administration

    This feature introduces the new SYSASM privilege to allow for separation of database
    management and storage management responsibilities.
    The SYSASM privilege allows an administrator to manage the disk groups that can be
    shared by multiple databases. The SYSASM privilege provides a clear separation of
    duties from the SYSDBA privilege.

    For complete list of 11g ASM New Feature, You can refer the following

    Note 551205.1 11g ASM New Features Technical White Paper

    For Complete list of 11g New Features, You can refer to the following link

    posted by Senthil Kumaran @ 9:49 AM   0 comments
    Indian localization patch

    $FND_TOP/patch/115/sql/afopp002.sql ( FND_CP_GSM_OPP_AQ Queue is Invalidated )


    perl appspwd=apps japwd=ja


    select count(*) from dba_objects where status='INVALID'

    exec sys.utl_recomp.recomp_parallel(8)

    select object_name, object_type from all_objects where object_name = 'DBMS_SUPPORT' and object_type like 'PACKAGE%' ;

    sqlplus apps/apps @$ORACLE_HOME/rdbms/admin/dbmssupp.sql

    sqlplus apps/apps @ja_chk_stat.sql

    Note:382829.1 Usage of DFF in India Localization


    select owner, table_name from all_tables where table_name = 'JA_IN_INSTALL_CHECK_INFO_D' and owner = 'APPS' ;

    perl $JA_TOP/inpatch/ drvr_file=5498551.drv fnd_patchset=H appspwd=apps japwd=ja systempwd=manager

    perl appspwd=apps

    sqlplus apps/apps @$JA_TOP/5498551/11_5_3/ja_in_match_lines_v.sql

    sqlplus apps/apps @$JA_TOP/5498551/11_5_3/ja_in_po_lines_tax_update_trg.sql

    sqlplus apps/apps @$JA_TOP/5498551/11_5_3/ja_in_tds_temp_after_insert_trg.sql


    create index ja_in_rcv_shipment_headers_n1 on rcv_shipment_headers(receipt_num);
    create index ja_in_rcv_transactions_n1 on rcv_transactions (rma_reference);


    create index ja_in_ra_customer_trx_all_n1 on ra_customer_trx_all(interface_header_attribute1, interface_header_attribute6);


    create index ja_in_mtl_transactions_n1 on mtl_material_transactions(rcv_transaction_id);

    FNDLOAD apps/apps 0 Y UPLOAD $FND_TOP/patch/115/import/afffload.lct patch/115/import/US/AP_INVOICE_DISTRIBUTIONS_E.ldt

    cp backup/resource/CUSTOM.pll $AU_TOP/resource/CUSTOM.pll

    f60gen module=CUSTOM userid=apps/apps module_type=LIBRARY

    - Go to "Application Developer" Responsibility
    - Open View -> Requests
    - Click on "Submit New Request"
    - Click on "Single Request"
    - Enter "Generate Messages" in Name field
    - Enter the following parameters
    Language : US
    Application : Asia/Pacific Localizations
    Mode : DB_TO_RUNTIME
    - Click Ok and then Submit the request, ensure that request completes successfully

    Use "adadmin" utility to compile the menus


    perl $JA_TOP/inpatch/ drvr_file=6167056.drv fnd_patchset=H appspwd=apps japwd=ja systempwd=manager

    cp backup/resource/CUSTOM.pll $AU_TOP/resource/CUSTOM.pll

    f60gen module=CUSTOM userid=apps/apps module_type=LIBRARY


    perl $JA_TOP/inpatch/ drvr_file=6079063.drv fnd_patchset=H

    cp $JA_TOP/6410725/patch/115/import/*.lct $JA_TOP/patch/115/import

    perl $JA_TOP/inpatch/ drvr_file=6410725.drv fnd_patchset=H

    cp backup/resource/CUSTOM.pll $AU_TOP/resource/CUSTOM.pll

    f60gen module=CUSTOM userid=apps/apps module_type=LIBRARY

    Attach "India Local Project Billing" responsibility to application user


    perl appspwd=apps

    perl $JA_TOP/inpatch/ drvr_file=6410766.drv fnd_patchset=H

    FNDLOAD apps/apps 0 Y UPLOAD $FND_TOP/patch/115/import/afffload.lct patch/115/import/US/RCV_SHIPMENT_HEADERS_2_E.ldt - CUSTOM_MODE=FORCE

    i. To add the Custom responsibility:
    a. From the Oracle System Administrator menu, select Security > Responsibility > Define.
    b. Enter the following values.
    Responsibility Name : XXXXXXXXXX
    Application : iSupplier Portal
    Responsbility Key : XXXXXXXXXX
    Description : XXXXXXXXXX

    Available form(Radio button): Select the following
    (X) "Oracle Self Service Web Applications"

    Data Group:
    Name : Standard
    Application : iSupplier Portal

    Menu : "ILS iSupplier Portal New Application Menu" (Please note that this menu contains personalized IL functions)

    c. Apply Securing Attributes to Custom Responsibility

    There are three securing attributes that can be used to control access. These attributes
    are all seeded with the pre-defined Oracle iSupplier Portal responsibilities that are
    released with the product: (Please refer iSupplier implementation guide for details)

    ? ICX_SUPPLIER_ORG_ID - Identifier for the supplier.
    ? ICX_SUPPLIER_SITE_ID - Identifier for the supplier site.
    ? ICX_SUPPLIER_CONTACT_ID - Identifier for the supplier contact.

    1. Select Securing Attributes region in Responsibility form, search for the three securing attributes that have to be applied to this responsibility.
    2. When you have identified all the attributes to apply to this responsibility,
    select ICX_SUPPLIER_CONTACT_ID > click Values button and give ?9999,
    select ICX_SUPPLIER_SITE_ID > Click Values button and give -9999.

    d. Click Save.

    ii. Assign Responsibilities to Users
    a. From the Oracle System Administrator menu, select Security > User > Define.
    b. Enter the name of the user to whom you wish to grant the responsibility.
    c. In the Direct Responsibilities section, enter the custom responsibility in the
    Responsibility text box.
    d. Click Save.

    perl appspwd=apps

    perl $JA_TOP/inpatch/ drvr_file=6410797.drv fnd_patchset=H

    i. To add the Custom responsibility:
    a. From the Oracle System Administrator menu, select Security > Responsibility > Define.
    b. Enter the following values.
    Responsibility Name : XXXXXXXXXX
    Application : Self-Service Web Applications
    Responsbility Key : XXXXXXXXXX
    Description : XXXXXXXXXX

    Available form(Radio button): Select the following
    (X) "Oracle Self Service Web Applications"

    Data Group:
    Name : Standard
    Application : Self-Service Web Applications

    Menu : "India Local Procurement home" (Please note that this menu contains personalized IL functions)

    d. Click Save.

    ii. Assign Responsibilities to Users
    a. From the Oracle System Administrator menu, select Security > User > Define.
    b. Enter the name of the user to whom you wish to grant the responsibility.
    c. In the Direct Responsibilities section, enter the custom responsibility in the
    Responsibility text box.
    d. Click Save.

    iii.Assign User Authorisations
    Two new Profiles specific to iProcurement for IL Support are added to System Profile Values to restrict tax modification and entry:
    a. ?IL: Access iProcurement Tax information? - Authority to modify IL taxes in iProcurement
    b. ?IL: Allow iProcurement RTV CENVAT Process? - Authority to claim CENVAT during iProcurement Return to Vendor transactions.
    c. Default values for these profiles are set to ?NO? implying No authorization.System Administrators should set the profile values to each iProcurement users with appropriate values to ensure the proper user authorization levels.



    perl $JA_TOP/inpatch/ drvr_file=6372361.drv fnd_patchset=H

    Labels: Apps 11i
    posted by Senthil Kumaran @ 9:36 AM   0 comments
    New background processes in 10g
    New background processes in 10g


    Memory Manager (MMAN) coordinates the sizing of different memory components within SGA. MMAN keeps a track of sizes of components and allocates/de-allocates memory based on their usage. This process is used only when you enable Automatic Shared Memory Management.


    Process responsible for writing flashback logs which stores pre-image of data-blocks.

    These logs can be used to flash back database to past point in time. It proves very handy specially in situation of logical data corruptions like an accidental drop/truncate of a table or commit of an unwanted transaction.


    Change Tracking Writer (CTWR) Process introduced in 10g to track changes to block to assist fast RMAN incremental backups.


    The Memory Monitor Light (MMNL) process introduced in 10g is responsible for writing out statistics buffer to disk as needed. It works with Automatic Workload Repository (AWR)


    The memory monitor (MMON) process was introduced in 10g is responsible for gathering statistics for Automatic Workload Repository. This helps Oracle doing automatic problem detection and self tuning.


    MMON background slave (m000) processes.


    RBAL (Re-balancer) is the ASM related process that performs rebalancing of disk resources controlled by ASM.


    These processes are managed by the RBAL process and are used to do the actual rebalancing of ASM controlled disk resources. The number of ARBx processes invoked is directly influenced by the asm_power_limit parameter.


    The ASMB process is used to provide information to and from the Cluster Synchronization Services used by ASM to manage the disk resources. It is also used to update statistics and provide a heartbeat mechanism.
    posted by Senthil Kumaran @ 9:28 AM   0 comments
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