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Are you changing your DB server ? Best option would have been cloning DB tier. You could have used existing Oracle Home, copied the same to new server, ran adcfgclone dbTechstack to just configure Home and then copied dbfs and recovered database.
Then you could have pointed EBS to this new server. This way it would have copied all required files.
11i: How to change the hostname of an Applications Tier using AutoConfig (Doc ID 341322.1)
Thanks for the prompt response Pravin.
We have built the ORACLE_HOME newly in the new server. Now we have to copy the Oracle eBusiness softwares to the new server to set up Oracle eBusiness in the new DB server. Cloning the database again wont cause any issue to the existing Oracle_Home.
IP Address of the new server is different but we bond the old IP address with the new IP address, still do I have to change the IP address in xml file and run autoconfig?