I need to execute FNDLOAD script.You can find FNDLOAD under $FND_TOP/bin directory. However, you do not need to go that directory to run FNDLOAD, just login as applmgr user, source the application env file and then you can run FNDLOAD from any directory.
I'm trying to go to FND_TOP path and then execute FNDLOAD script.
could u tell me ...where at what place i need to execute the script.
965708 wrote:If you source the correct application env file, you should be able to run FNDLOAD from any directory. To get the value of $FND_TOP directory, issue "echo $FND_TOP" after you source the application env file.
I don't have login access with applmgr, I logged in userid and executed env file.
when i type FNDLOAD after executing env file, it is not recognizing, it says not found:
also, can u let me know ...path for FND_TOP.
965708 wrote:What does "echo $FND_TOP" return?
I did execute .env file.
when i type below at ......appl/fnd/12.0.0/bin , I get below message.
$ FNDLOADLooks like you have not sourced the application env file.
Message Dictionary couldn't open the FND message file for language US. Message Dictionary Error- A file pathname could not be constructed for the application FND. This error often indicates that the Application Basepath (e.g. FND_TOP) or Subdirectory (APPLMSG) environment variables do not have a valid value.
965708 wrote:This means that you have sourced the application env file and the echo executable file is not set in the PATH.
For both echo statements , it gives below output:
ksh: echo : not found
965708 wrote:Login as applmgr user, source the application and issue "echo $PATH". Use the same path to set your OS user path by using one of the following:
Could you let me know...how to set echo executable file in the PATH.