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  • 60. Re: Oracle e-Business Suite R12 installation
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    Hi

    May you kindly check for me if this variable path is correct or maybe there is something amiss about it:

    E:\StageR12\VIS\apps\tech_st\10.1.2\bin;E:\StageR12\VIS\apps\tech_st\10.1.2\jdk\jre\bin\classic;E:\StageR12\VIS\apps\tech_st\10.1.2\jdk\jre\bin;E:\StageR12\VIS\apps\tech_st\10.1.2\jlib;E:\StageR12\VIS\apps\tech_st\10.1.3\bin;E:\StageR12\VIS\db\tech_st\11.1.0\bin;%SystemRoot%\system32;%SystemRoot%;%SystemRoot%\system32\WBEM;c:\cygwin\bin;c:\G777\VC\bin

    I suspect maybe my path for Oracle_Homes is bad becasue when I try to log in SQLPlus it states:

    " Procedure entry point longjmp could not be located in dynamic link library orauts.dll"

    But I searched for the file "orauts,dll".. it is present!!!

    Thanks
  • 61. Re: Oracle e-Business Suite R12 installation
    Hussein Sawwan-Oracle Employee ACE
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    I have tried everything possible to log in SQLPlus. I used USERNAME-SYSTEM and PASSWORD -SYSDBA.. but it is refusing to connect to my Database. I searched for the environment file, and can not see it at all. The only file I got is the one located in E:\StageR12\VIS\db\tech_st\11.1.0\sqlplus and the one in E:\StageR12\VIS\db\tech_st\11.1.0\BIN. I doubt if these are the env.files.
    Since you are on Windows, look for *.cmd files under $ORACLE_HOME directory -- E:\StageR12\VIS\db\tech_st\11.1.0
    I also tried to log in as manager..password as sys but it is refusing..
    It is system/manager

    Thanks,
    Hussein
  • 62. Re: Oracle e-Business Suite R12 installation
    Hussein Sawwan-Oracle Employee ACE
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    Above"N"Beyond wrote:
    Hi

    May you kindly check for me if this variable path is correct or maybe there is something amiss about it:

    E:\StageR12\VIS\apps\tech_st\10.1.2\bin;E:\StageR12\VIS\apps\tech_st\10.1.2\jdk\jre\bin\classic;E:\StageR12\VIS\apps\tech_st\10.1.2\jdk\jre\bin;E:\StageR12\VIS\apps\tech_st\10.1.2\jlib;E:\StageR12\VIS\apps\tech_st\10.1.3\bin;E:\StageR12\VIS\db\tech_st\11.1.0\bin;%SystemRoot%\system32;%SystemRoot%;%SystemRoot%\system32\WBEM;c:\cygwin\bin;c:\G777\VC\bin

    I suspect maybe my path for Oracle_Homes is bad becasue when I try to log in SQLPlus it states:

    " Procedure entry point longjmp could not be located in dynamic link library orauts.dll"

    But I searched for the file "orauts,dll".. it is present!!!

    Thanks
    You should not get this error if you source the correct env file -- http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E18727_01/doc.121/e12841/T120505T120509.htm#F_92659x3Ax20H1x20Head1x3Ax20Environmentx20Settings

    Thanks,
    Hussein
  • 63. Re: Oracle e-Business Suite R12 installation
    943224 Newbie
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    Hi Hussein!!

    About my problem....I reinstalled the whole Application . I read you link..and got into some other documents from oracle docs...Now the thing is I can manage to get into the admin utility.. but now ..its like I am not so sure about the generation of tht file "ORG fmx",,by the way (as you stated I change it from OEOXORD to ORG)...Last time I had stated tht I can not open some forms in Oracle ebus--suite like the form for Sales Orders etc....

    Below is my log file for adadmin
    _______________________________------


    ************* Start of AD Administration session *************
    AD Administration version: 12.0.0
    AD Administration started at: Thu Jan 24 2013 19:17:17

    APPL_TOP is set to E:\Home12\VIS\apps\apps_st\appl

    NLS_LANG value from the environment is : American_America.AL32UTF8
    NLS_LANG value for this AD utility run is : AMERICAN_AMERICA.AL32UTF8

    Please enter the batchsize [1000] : 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 [VIS] : VIS *


    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 [alpha] : alpha *



    You are about to use or modify Oracle Applications product tables
    in your ORACLE database 'VIS'
    using ORACLE executables in
    'E:\Home12\VIS\apps\tech_st\10.1.2'.

    Is this the correct database [Yes] ? 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: *****


    Connecting to SYSTEM......Connected successfully.

    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.
    Connecting to APPLSYS......Connected successfully.

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

    <-Feature version in->
    Feature Active? APPLTOP Data model Flags
    ------------------------------ ------- -------- ----------- -----------
    CHECKFILE Yes 1 1 Y N N Y N Y
    PREREQ Yes 6 6 Y N N Y N Y
    CONCURRENT_SESSIONS No 2 2 Y Y N Y Y N
    PATCH_TIMING Yes 2 2 Y N N Y N Y
    PATCH_HIST_IN_DB Yes 6 6 Y N N Y N Y
    SCHEMA_SWAP Yes 1 1 Y N N Y Y Y
    JAVA_WORKER Yes 1 1 Y N N Y N Y
    CODELEVEL Yes 1 1 Y N N Y N Y



    Connecting to SYSTEM......Connected successfully.

    Connecting to APPLSYS......Connected successfully.

    Identifier for the current session is 543202

    Reading product information from file...

    Reading language and territory information from file...

    Reading language information from applUS.txt ...

    AD Administration warning:
    Product Data File
    E:\Home12\VIS\apps\apps_st\appl\admin\zfaprod.txt
    does not exist for product "zfa".
    This product is registered in the database but the
    above file does not exist in APPL_TOP. The product
    will be ignored without error.


    AD Administration warning:
    Product Data File
    E:\Home12\VIS\apps\apps_st\appl\admin\zsaprod.txt
    does not exist for product "zsa".
    This product is registered in the database but the
    above file does not exist in APPL_TOP. The product
    will be ignored without error.


    AD Administration warning:
    Product Data File
    E:\Home12\VIS\apps\apps_st\appl\admin\jtsprod.txt
    does not exist for product "jts".
    This product is registered in the database but the
    above file does not exist in APPL_TOP. The product
    will be ignored without error.


    Reading database to see what industry is currently installed.

    Reading FND_LANGUAGES to see what is currently installed.
    Currently, the following language is installed:

    Code Language Status
    ---- --------------------------------------- ---------
    US American English Base

    Your base language will be AMERICAN.

    Setting up module information.
    Reading database for information about the modules.
    Saving module information.
    Reading database for information about the products.
    Connecting to SYSTEM......Connected successfully.

    Connecting to APPLSYS......Connected successfully.

    Connecting to SYSTEM......Connected successfully.

    Reading database for information about how products depend on each other.
    Connecting to APPLSYS......Connected successfully.

    Reading topfile.txt ...

    Saving product information.
    Connecting to SYSTEM......Connected successfully.

    Connecting to APPLSYS......Connected successfully.


    AD code level : [B.1]

    Connecting to SYSTEM......Connected successfully.

    Connecting to APPS......Connected successfully.

    Connecting to APPLSYS......Connected successfully.

    AD Administration Main Menu
    --------------------------------------------------

    1. Generate Applications Files menu

    2. Maintain Applications Files and Registry menu

    3. Compile/Reload Applications Database Entities menu

    4. Maintain Applications Database Entities menu

    5. Change Maintenance Mode

    6. Exit AD Administration










    Enter your choice [6] : 2

    Connecting to APPS......Connected successfully.

    Maintain Applications Files
    ----------------------------------------

    1. Relink Applications programs

    2. Copy files to destinations

    3. Convert character set

    4. Maintain snapshot information

    5. Check for missing files

    6. Return to Main Menu










    Enter your choice [6] : 6

    AD Administration Main Menu
    --------------------------------------------------

    1. Generate Applications Files menu

    2. Maintain Applications Files and Registry menu

    3. Compile/Reload Applications Database Entities menu

    4. Maintain Applications Database Entities menu

    5. Change Maintenance Mode

    6. Exit AD Administration










    Enter your choice [6] : 1

    Generate Applications Files
    ----------------------------------------

    1. Generate message files

    2. Generate form files

    3. Generate report files

    4. Generate product JAR files

    5. Return to Main Menu












    Enter your choice [5] : 2


    AD utilities can support a maximum of 999 workers. Your
    current database configuration supports a maximum of 49 workers.
    Oracle recommends that you use between 4 and 8 workers.


    Enter the number of workers [2] : exit


    Please enter a number between 1 and 49.

    Enter the number of workers [2] :
    ____________________________________________________

    Now how do I go abt generating the form ORG? that is where I got confused here!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Thanks!!!!!
  • 64. Re: Oracle e-Business Suite R12 installation
    Hussein Sawwan-Oracle Employee ACE
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    Generate Applications Files
    ----------------------------------------

    1. Generate message files

    2. Generate form files

    3. Generate report files

    4. Generate product JAR files

    5. Return to Main Menu

    Enter your choice [5] : 2
    This is correct.
    AD utilities can support a maximum of 999 workers. Your
    current database configuration supports a maximum of 49 workers.
    Oracle recommends that you use between 4 and 8 workers.


    Enter the number of workers [2] : exit
    Accept the default -- 2
    Now how do I go abt generating the form ORG? that is where I got confused here!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Thanks!!!!!
    Follow the steps in (How to Generate a Specific Form Through AD utility adadmin [ID 178722.1]).

    Thanks,
    Hussein
  • 65. Re: Oracle e-Business Suite R12 installation
    943224 Newbie
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    Hi ..

    Thanks for your last reply..one more qtn...

    When I am selecting products is it safe to select "all"? because all my forms in Oracle Apps are not opening..?

    Thanks
  • 66. Re: Oracle e-Business Suite R12 installation
    Hussein Sawwan-Oracle Employee ACE
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    Above&amp;amp;amp;quot;N&amp;amp;amp;quot;Beyond wrote:
    Hi ..

    Thanks for your last reply..one more qtn...

    When I am selecting products is it safe to select "all"? because all my forms in Oracle Apps are not opening..?

    Thanks
    All of them? I was under the impression that the issue with one form only, which is OEXOEORD! So, please confirm.

    Do you get any error when you open those forms? Any errors in the JRE console window or in Apache log files (or application.log)?

    Thanks,
    Hussein
  • 67. Re: Oracle e-Business Suite R12 installation
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    I checked all the Apache log file..there are two files written as: error_log.1167739200 and.....1238025600.

    It's like when I try to open any form be it in any responsibility....they do not open ..it simply reads "done" in IE8....!! so I have not been able to use any forms as they cant open at all.

    Your help will be appreciated..
    Thanks
  • 68. Re: Oracle e-Business Suite R12 installation
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    Hi

    My forms are not opening.....when i click on let say "Sales Order" IE8 will state this: "We were unable to return you to the page you were viewing.
    Internet Explorer has stopped trying to restore this website. It appears that the website continues to have a problem".

    I do not know what to do!!!!!
  • 69. Re: Oracle e-Business Suite R12 installation
    Hussein Sawwan-Oracle Employee ACE
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    Above&amp;amp;amp;quot;N&amp;amp;amp;quot;Beyond wrote:
    I checked all the Apache log file..there are two files written as: error_log.1167739200 and.....1238025600.

    It's like when I try to open any form be it in any responsibility....they do not open ..it simply reads "done" in IE8....!! so I have not been able to use any forms as they cant open at all.

    Your help will be appreciated..
    Thanks
    Please check Apache and the application.log log files under these directories.

    $LOG_HOME/ora/10.1.3/Apache
    $LOG_HOME/ora/10.1.3/j2ee
    $LOG_HOME/ora/10.1.3/opmn

    Thanks,
    Hussein
  • 70. Re: Oracle e-Business Suite R12 installation
    Hussein Sawwan-Oracle Employee ACE
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    Above&amp;amp;amp;quot;N&amp;amp;amp;quot;Beyond wrote:
    Hi

    My forms are not opening.....when i click on let say "Sales Order" IE8 will state this: "We were unable to return you to the page you were viewing.
    Internet Explorer has stopped trying to restore this website. It appears that the website continues to have a problem".

    I do not know what to do!!!!!
    Please enable the console window and see if you get any details about the error -- How To View The Java Console And Enable Tracing For Sun JRE (Native Plug-in) [ID 452853.1]

    Does AutoConfig complete successfully with no error?

    Thanks,
    Hussein
  • 71. Re: Oracle e-Business Suite R12 installation
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    Hi Hussein!!

    This is one of the log files I got from the one of the log files.."OPMN"!!!
    ________________________________________________________________________
    07/01/02 10:27:00 [ons-internal] ONS server initiated
    07/01/02 10:27:00 [pm-internal] Create pm state directory: E:\apps\ab\apps\prodxb19ora\AS10103\opmn\logs\states
    07/01/02 10:27:00 [pm-internal] PM state file does not exist: E:\apps\ab\apps\prodxb19ora\AS10103\opmn\logs\states\.opmndat
    07/01/02 10:27:00 [pm-internal] OPMN server ready. Request handling enabled.
    07/01/02 10:27:10 [pm-requests] Request 3 Started. Command: /start
    07/01/02 10:27:10 [pm-process] Starting Process: HTTP_Server~HTTP_Server~HTTP_Server~1 (603197297:0)
    07/01/02 10:27:10 [pm-process] Starting Process: OC4J~home~default_group~1 (603197298:0)
    07/01/02 10:27:14 [pm-process] Process Alive: HTTP_Server~HTTP_Server~HTTP_Server~1 (603197297:1184)
    07/01/02 10:28:13 [pm-process] Process Alive: OC4J~home~default_group~1 (603197298:152)
    07/01/02 10:28:13 [pm-requests] Request 3 Completed. Command: /start
    07/01/02 10:28:18 [pm-requests] Request 6 Started. Command: /stop
    07/01/02 10:28:18 [pm-process] Stopping Process: HTTP_Server~HTTP_Server~HTTP_Server~1 (603197297:1184)
    07/01/02 10:28:18 [pm-process] Stopping Process: OC4J~home~default_group~1 (603197298:152)
    07/01/02 10:28:24 [pm-process] Process Stopped: HTTP_Server~HTTP_Server~HTTP_Server~1 (603197297:1184)
    07/01/02 10:28:28 [pm-requests] Request 6 Completed. Command: /stop
    07/01/02 10:28:28 [pm-process] Process Stopped: OC4J~home~default_group~1 (603197298:152)
    07/01/02 10:28:29 [pm-internal] OPMN server stopped. Request handling disabled.
    07/01/02 10:28:29 [pm-requests] Request 7 Started. Command: /shutdown
    07/01/02 10:28:29 [pm-requests] Request 7 Completed. Command: /shutdown
    07/01/02 10:28:29 [pm-scheduler] Pm/Ons confirm notification timeout
    07/01/02 10:28:30 [internal] Logging disabled
    07/01/02 11:19:39 [ons-internal] ONS server initiated
    07/01/02 11:19:39 [pm-internal] PM state directory exists: E:\apps\ab\apps\prodxb19ora\AS10103\opmn\logs\states
    07/01/02 11:19:39 [pm-internal] OPMN server ready. Request handling enabled.
    07/01/02 11:19:40 [pm-requests] Request 2 Started. Command: /start
    07/01/02 11:19:40 [pm-process] Starting Process: HTTP_Server~HTTP_Server~HTTP_Server~1 (603197299:0)
    07/01/02 11:19:40 [pm-process] Starting Process: OC4J~home~default_group~1 (603197300:0)
    07/01/02 11:19:45 [pm-process] Process Alive: HTTP_Server~HTTP_Server~HTTP_Server~1 (603197299:1576)
    07/01/02 11:19:58 [pm-process] Process Alive: OC4J~home~default_group~1 (603197300:996)
    07/01/02 11:19:58 [pm-requests] Request 2 Completed. Command: /start
    07/01/02 11:23:27 [pm-requests] Request 5 Started. Command: /stop
    07/01/02 11:23:27 [pm-process] Stopping Process: HTTP_Server~HTTP_Server~HTTP_Server~1 (603197299:1576)
    07/01/02 11:23:27 [pm-process] Stopping Process: OC4J~home~default_group~1 (603197300:996)
    07/01/02 11:23:31 [pm-process] Process Stopped: HTTP_Server~HTTP_Server~HTTP_Server~1 (603197299:1576)
    07/01/02 11:23:37 [pm-requests] Request 5 Completed. Command: /stop
    07/01/02 11:23:37 [pm-process] Process Stopped: OC4J~home~default_group~1 (603197300:996)
    07/01/02 11:23:38 [pm-internal] OPMN server stopped. Request handling disabled.
    07/01/02 11:23:38 [pm-requests] Request 6 Started. Command: /shutdown
    07/01/02 11:23:38 [pm-requests] Request 6 Completed. Command: /shutdown
    07/01/02 11:23:38 [pm-scheduler] Pm/Ons confirm notification timeout
    07/01/02 11:23:39 [internal] Logging disabled
    07/01/02 11:23:53 [ons-internal] ONS server initiated
    07/01/02 11:23:53 [pm-internal] PM state directory exists: E:\apps\ab\apps\prodxb19ora\AS10103\opmn\logs\states
    07/01/02 11:23:53 [pm-internal] OPMN server ready. Request handling enabled.
    07/01/02 11:23:58 [pm-requests] Request 3 Started. Command: /start?ias-component=OC4J&process-type=oacore
    07/01/02 11:23:58 [pm-process] Starting Process: OC4J~oacore~default_group~1 (603197301:0)
    07/01/02 11:24:26 [pm-process] Process Alive: OC4J~oacore~default_group~1 (603197301:2220)
    07/01/02 11:24:26 [pm-requests] Request 3 Completed. Command: /start?ias-component=OC4J&process-type=oacore
    07/01/02 11:24:27 [pm-requests] Request 5 Started. Command: /start?ias-component=OC4J&process-type=forms
    07/01/02 11:24:27 [pm-process] Starting Process: OC4J~forms~default_group~1 (603197302:0)
    07/01/02 11:24:50 [pm-process] Process Alive: OC4J~forms~default_group~1 (603197302:1112)
    07/01/02 11:24:50 [pm-requests] Request 5 Completed. Command: /start?ias-component=OC4J&process-type=forms
    07/01/02 11:24:51 [pm-requests] Request 7 Started. Command: /start?ias-component=OC4J&process-type=oafm
    07/01/02 11:24:51 [pm-process] Starting Process: OC4J~oafm~default_group~1 (603197303:0)
    07/01/02 11:25:15 [pm-process] Process Alive: OC4J~oafm~default_group~1 (603197303:2276)
    07/01/02 11:25:15 [pm-requests] Request 7 Completed. Command: /start?ias-component=OC4J&process-type=oafm
    07/01/02 11:26:09 [pm-requests] Request 22 Started. Command: /stop?ias-component=OC4J&process-type=oacore
    07/01/02 11:26:09 [pm-process] Stopping Process: OC4J~oacore~default_group~1 (603197301:2220)
    07/01/02 11:26:17 [pm-requests] Request 22 Completed. Command: /stop?ias-component=OC4J&process-type=oacore
    07/01/02 11:26:17 [pm-process] Process Stopped: OC4J~oacore~default_group~1 (603197301:2220)
    07/01/02 11:26:18 [pm-requests] Request 24 Started. Command: /stop?ias-component=OC4J&process-type=forms
    07/01/02 11:26:18 [pm-process] Stopping Process: OC4J~forms~default_group~1 (603197302:1112)
    07/01/02 11:26:26 [pm-requests] Request 24 Completed. Command: /stop?ias-component=OC4J&process-type=forms
    07/01/02 11:26:26 [pm-process] Process Stopped: OC4J~forms~default_group~1 (603197302:1112)
    07/01/02 11:26:27 [pm-requests] Request 26 Started. Command: /stop?ias-component=OC4J&process-type=oafm
    07/01/02 11:26:27 [pm-process] Stopping Process: OC4J~oafm~default_group~1 (603197303:2276)
    07/01/02 11:26:33 [pm-requests] Request 26 Completed. Command: /stop?ias-component=OC4J&process-type=oafm
    07/01/02 11:26:33 [pm-process] Process Stopped: OC4J~oafm~default_group~1 (603197303:2276)
    07/01/02 11:26:34 [pm-requests] Request 28 Started. Command: /start?ias-component=OC4J&process-type=oacore
    07/01/02 11:26:34 [pm-process] Starting Process: OC4J~oacore~default_group~1 (603197304:0)
    07/01/02 11:26:46 [pm-process] Process Alive: OC4J~oacore~default_group~1 (603197304:3496)
    07/01/02 11:26:46 [pm-requests] Request 28 Completed. Command: /start?ias-component=OC4J&process-type=oacore
    07/01/02 11:26:48 [pm-requests] Request 2a Started. Command: /start?ias-component=OC4J&process-type=forms
    07/01/02 11:26:48 [pm-process] Starting Process: OC4J~forms~default_group~1 (603197305:0)
    07/01/02 11:27:00 [pm-process] Process Alive: OC4J~forms~default_group~1 (603197305:4052)
    07/01/02 11:27:00 [pm-requests] Request 2a Completed. Command: /start?ias-component=OC4J&process-type=forms
    07/01/02 11:27:01 [pm-requests] Request 2c Started. Command: /start?ias-component=OC4J&process-type=oafm
    07/01/02 11:27:01 [pm-process] Starting Process: OC4J~oafm~default_group~1 (603197306:0)
    07/01/02 11:27:14 [pm-process] Process Alive: OC4J~oafm~default_group~1 (603197306:564)
    07/01/02 11:27:14 [pm-requests] Request 2c Completed. Command: /start?ias-component=OC4J&process-type=oafm
    07/01/02 11:27:49 [pm-requests] Request 43 Started. Command: /stop
    07/01/02 11:27:49 [pm-process] Stopping Process: OC4J~oacore~default_group~1 (603197304:3496)
    07/01/02 11:27:49 [pm-process] Stopping Process: OC4J~forms~default_group~1 (603197305:4052)
    07/01/02 11:27:49 [pm-process] Stopping Process: OC4J~oafm~default_group~1 (603197306:564)
    07/01/02 11:27:59 [pm-process] Process Stopped: OC4J~oacore~default_group~1 (603197304:3496)
    07/01/02 11:27:59 [pm-process] Process Stopped: OC4J~forms~default_group~1 (603197305:4052)
    07/01/02 11:27:59 [pm-requests] Request 43 Completed. Command: /stop
    07/01/02 11:27:59 [pm-process] Process Stopped: OC4J~oafm~default_group~1 (603197306:564)
    07/01/02 11:28:00 [pm-internal] OPMN server stopped. Request handling disabled.
    07/01/02 11:28:00 [pm-requests] Request 44 Started. Command: /shutdown
    07/01/02 11:28:00 [pm-requests] Request 44 Completed. Command: /shutdown
    07/01/02 11:28:00 [pm-scheduler] Pm/Ons confirm notification timeout
    07/01/02 11:28:01 [internal] Logging disabled
    07/10/19 11:17:50 [ons-internal] ONS server initiated
    07/10/19 11:17:50 [pm-internal] PM state directory exists: D:\ab\apps\VIS\apps\tech_st\10.1.3\opmn\logs\states
    07/10/19 11:17:50 [pm-internal] OPMN server ready. Request handling enabled.
    07/10/19 22:13:27 [pm-internal] OPMN server stopped. Request handling disabled.
    07/10/19 22:13:27 [pm-requests] Request 2 Started. Command: /shutdown
    07/10/19 22:13:27 [pm-requests] Request 2 Completed. Command: /shutdown
    07/10/19 22:13:27 [pm-scheduler] Pm/Ons confirm notification timeout
    07/10/19 22:13:28 [internal] Logging disabled
    07/11/01 16:11:06 [ons-internal] ONS server initiated
    07/11/01 16:11:06 [pm-internal] PM state directory exists: D:\ab\apps\VIS\apps\tech_st\10.1.3\opmn\logs\states
    07/11/01 16:11:06 [pm-internal] OPMN server ready. Request handling enabled.
    07/11/01 16:11:17 [pm-requests] Request 3 Started. Command: /stop
    07/11/01 16:11:17 [pm-requests] Request 3 Completed. Command: /stop
    07/11/01 16:11:18 [pm-internal] OPMN server stopped. Request handling disabled.
    07/11/01 16:11:18 [pm-requests] Request 4 Started. Command: /shutdown
    07/11/01 16:11:18 [pm-requests] Request 4 Completed. Command: /shutdown
    07/11/01 16:11:18 [pm-scheduler] Pm/Ons confirm notification timeout
    07/11/01 16:11:19 [internal] Logging disabled
    08/01/16 06:52:02 [ons-internal] ONS server initiated
    08/01/16 06:52:02 [pm-internal] PM state directory exists: E:\ab\apps\VIS\apps\tech_st\10.1.3\opmn\logs\states
    08/01/16 06:52:02 [pm-internal] OPMN server ready. Request handling enabled.
    08/01/16 06:52:13 [pm-requests] Request 3 Started. Command: /stop
    08/01/16 06:52:13 [pm-requests] Request 3 Completed. Command: /stop
    08/01/16 06:52:13 [pm-internal] OPMN server stopped. Request handling disabled.
    08/01/16 06:52:13 [pm-requests] Request 4 Started. Command: /shutdown
    08/01/16 06:52:13 [pm-requests] Request 4 Completed. Command: /shutdown
    08/01/16 06:52:13 [pm-scheduler] Pm/Ons confirm notification timeout
    08/01/16 06:52:14 [internal] Logging disabled
    08/11/25 00:49:39 [ons-internal] ONS server initiated
    08/11/25 00:49:39 [pm-internal] PM state directory exists: E:\ab\apps\PROD\apps\tech_st\10.1.3\opmn\logs\states
    08/11/25 00:49:39 [pm-internal] OPMN server ready. Request handling enabled.
    08/11/25 00:49:48 [pm-requests] Request 3 Started. Command: /stop
    08/11/25 00:49:48 [pm-requests] Request 3 Completed. Command: /stop
    08/11/25 00:49:48 [pm-internal] OPMN server stopped. Request handling disabled.
    08/11/25 00:49:48 [pm-requests] Request 4 Started. Command: /shutdown
    08/11/25 00:49:48 [pm-requests] Request 4 Completed. Command: /shutdown
    08/11/25 00:49:48 [pm-scheduler] Pm/Ons confirm notification timeout
    08/11/25 00:49:49 [internal] Logging disabled
    09/03/26 01:33:36 [ons-internal] ONS server initiated
    09/03/26 01:33:36 [pm-internal] PM state directory exists: E:\ab\apps\VIS\apps\tech_st\10.1.3\opmn\logs\states
    09/03/26 01:33:36 [pm-internal] OPMN server ready. Request handling enabled.
    09/03/26 01:33:44 [pm-requests] Request 3 Started. Command: /start
    09/03/26 01:33:44 [pm-process] Starting Process: HTTP_Server~HTTP_Server~HTTP_Server~1 (603197307:0)
    09/03/26 01:33:44 [pm-process] Starting Process: OC4J~home~default_group~1 (603197308:0)
    09/03/26 01:33:48 [pm-process] Process Alive: HTTP_Server~HTTP_Server~HTTP_Server~1 (603197307:3304)
    09/03/26 01:35:02 [pm-process] Starting Process: OC4J~home~default_group~1 (603197308:0)
    09/03/26 01:35:12 [pm-process] Starting Process: OC4J~home~default_group~1 (603197308:0)
    09/03/26 01:35:22 [pm-requests] Request 3 Completed. Command: /start
    09/03/26 01:37:24 [pm-requests] Request 6 Started. Command: /stop
    09/03/26 01:37:24 [pm-process] Stopping Process: HTTP_Server~HTTP_Server~HTTP_Server~1 (603197307:3304)
    09/03/26 01:37:28 [pm-requests] Request 6 Completed. Command: /stop
    09/03/26 01:37:28 [pm-process] Process Stopped: HTTP_Server~HTTP_Server~HTTP_Server~1 (603197307:3304)
    09/03/26 01:37:28 [pm-internal] OPMN server stopped. Request handling disabled.
    09/03/26 01:37:28 [pm-requests] Request 7 Started. Command: /shutdown
    09/03/26 01:37:28 [pm-requests] Request 7 Completed. Command: /shutdown
    09/03/26 01:37:28 [pm-scheduler] Pm/Ons confirm notification timeout
    09/03/26 01:37:29 [internal] Logging disabled
    13/01/23 23:03:00 [ons-internal] ONS server initiated
    13/01/23 23:03:00 [pm-internal] PM state directory exists: E:\Home12\VIS\apps\tech_st\10.1.3\opmn\logs\states
    13/01/23 23:03:00 [pm-internal] OPMN server ready. Request handling enabled.
    13/01/24 00:10:38 [pm-requests] Request 3 Started. Command: /stop
    13/01/24 00:10:38 [pm-requests] Request 3 Completed. Command: /stop
    13/01/24 00:10:39 [pm-internal] OPMN server stopped. Request handling disabled.
    13/01/24 00:10:39 [pm-requests] Request 4 Started. Command: /shutdown
    13/01/24 00:10:39 [pm-requests] Request 4 Completed. Command: /shutdown
    13/01/24 00:10:40 [internal] Logging disabled
    _____________________________________________

    One more thing...I am trying to run auto config..I am not sure as to what to fill in here:

    Enter the full path to the context name:

    Enter the APPS password:

    what do I put in here??

    Thanks
  • 72. Re: Oracle e-Business Suite R12 installation
    Hussein Sawwan-Oracle Employee ACE
    Currently Being Moderated
    The log file entries you have posted above does not help much.

    To run AutoConfig, you just need to type the apps password which is "apps" by default -- Using AutoConfig to Manage System Configurations in Oracle E-Business Suite Release 12 [ID 387859.1]

    Thanks,
    Hussein
  • 73. Re: Oracle e-Business Suite R12 installation
    943224 Newbie
    Currently Being Moderated
    Hi

    I used APPS as my password in auto config.. but when I enter..the prompt just vanishes and there is no activity!!!!

    I did this:

    Enter the path for context file: E:\Home12\VIS\apps\apps_st\appl\ad\12.0.0\bin
    Enter Password: APPS

    ENTER..it just vanishes away...Tried to check the log file,,...they aint there!!!!..I checked in Apache, 2jee and opmn..there is nothing there....

    what am I doing wrong..will be greatful to hear your opinion.

    thanks
  • 74. Re: Oracle e-Business Suite R12 installation
    Hussein Sawwan-Oracle Employee ACE
    Currently Being Moderated
    Above&amp;amp;amp;quot;N&amp;amp;amp;quot;Beyond wrote:
    Hi

    I used APPS as my password in auto config.. but when I enter..the prompt just vanishes and there is no activity!!!!

    I did this:

    Enter the path for context file: E:\Home12\VIS\apps\apps_st\appl\ad\12.0.0\bin
    Enter Password: APPS

    ENTER..it just vanishes away...Tried to check the log file,,...they aint there!!!!..I checked in Apache, 2jee and opmn..there is nothing there....

    what am I doing wrong..will be greatful to hear your opinion.

    thanks
    Please stop the application services, source the application env file and issue adautocfg.cmd script and this will prompt you to type the apps password. Once you are done, please start the application services and check then.

    Thanks,
    Hussein

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