6 Replies Latest reply: Oct 31, 2008 3:58 PM by gareth.roberts RSS

    Viewing Spawned Concurrent Program Source Code

      Hi all,

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      I have been asked to modify a standard Oracle EBS Financials report (Cross-Validation Rule Violation Report). On viewing the Concurrent Program Executable I was surprised to find it had an Execution Method of Spawned.

      Now I'm aware that a Spawned program is typically a C or Pro*C program. I've located the executable I'm interested in ($FND_TOP/bin/FNDFFRXR) but is there any way I can view the source code of the compiled C code? I'm interested to know if the process is doing any configuration set up and if it then calls a .rdf file.

      Any help or advise greatly appreciated.

      Kind Regards,