3 Replies Latest reply on Jun 14, 2017 6:01 AM by Nagarajan P

    Active Users completed with error

    D1990

      Hi,

       

           Am using EBS 12.1.3 with 11gR1 database running on AIX6.1. Today I submitted Active users and got failed whereas other requests are running fine. Checked the log and followed the MOS Document 1350673.1. The issue mentioned in the Document exactly suits my issue. Followed the solution but  however xclock doesn't open when I executed from applmgr user and thus my issue is not fiexd. Please help me to solve the issue.

        • 1. Re: Active Users completed with error
          Srini Chavali-Oracle

          You will likely need to bounce application services for this setting to take effect

          • 2. Re: Active Users completed with error
            Prasenjit Deb

            Hi,

             

            You would need to pass xauth list in order to make Display/xclock work.

             

            You can follow the below steps (assuming you would be having root access, else check with your OS team):

            1. Login to root and check if xclock works here by following below:

            $xhost +

            $xlcock

             

            2. The pass "xauth list" and note down the below:

            You'll get something like

            host.domain:10 mit-magic-cookie-1 4d22408a71a55b41ccd1657d377923ae

             

            3. Login to app id (OS user/ app user) and pass:

            xauth add <entire output of above xauth list>

             

            4, Then try xclock, it should be working by then.

            • 3. Re: Active Users completed with error
              Nagarajan P

              Hi,

               

              Login as Root, open terminal in VNC and execute

              #xhost +

               

              Now try from applmgr

              $xclock

               

              It should work fine.

               

              Note: Make sure display value has been configured in contextfile .

              Eg:

              <applmgr>$grep display $CONTEXT_FILE

              <DISPLAY oa_var="s_display" osd="unix">Your Hostname:0.0</DISPLAY>

               

               

              Regards

              Nagu