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					Release 11i Newsletter
August 2005 Volume 32
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Oracle Applications Release 11i Newsletter
The contents of this newsletter were contributed by Solution Beacon consultants who have accumulated extensive experience during the numerous installations, implementations, and upgrades of Release 11i that we have performed for our clients. We also welcome your participation in this newsletter. If you would like to contribute on any Release 11i topic, please send your contact information, topic, and a short abstract to mweiss@solutionbeacon.com. We would also appreciate any feedback from our readers if you have successfully or unsuccessfully implemented one of the suggestions from any of the newsletters. Comments or suggestions are always appreciated. Please send to mweiss@solutionbeacon.com.
Mary Lou Weiss, Alicia Hoekstra, and Randy Giefer, Editors, Solution Beacon

Solution Spotlight Road Shows
Join Solution Beacon on our “Solution Spotlight” Road Shows coming to a city near you. Solution Beacon is proud to announce that we will be conducting joint presentations with the Best of Breed Solutions providers for these events. Our first event will feature Applimation products in the “Solution Spotlight” and will be held on October 4th 2005 in Boston, MA, at the Boston Marriott Copley Place from 8:30 AM – 11:00 AM. A complimentary Continental breakfast will be served at 7:45 AM Join us for this executive breakfast and learn about how Applimation and Solution Beacon can help you streamline your Oracle Applications release 11i environment with the use of Applimation tools. Solution Beacon’s John Stouffer will be conducting a presentation on the Care and Feeding of Oracle 11i including the use of tools to make administration of your ERP applications easier. Applimation’s Mark Nelson will be presenting on Applimation Solutions that address: Application Archiving and Database Sub Setting, SOX Control Solutions including: Setup Controls, UI Rules, Access Security, Transaction Monitoring and Source Code Management within the Oracle EBusiness Suite and PeopleSoft applications. Visit www.applimation.com to register for this event. Registration is limited to the first 40 RSVPS. Boston Marriott Copley Place 110 Huntington Avenue Boston, Massachusetts 02116 USA Phone: 1-617-236-5800 http://marriott.com/property/propertypage/BOSCO Be on the lookout for additional events coming to a city near you….
John Nicholson, Solution Beacon

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Ask the SB Experts
Question: I thought 11.5.10 required the 1.3 version of Jinitiator. I'm at a site where they are still using 1.1.8 (and they are actually using two versions of 1.1.8 in the same instance, 1.1.8.16 for the status monitor (that's what's in the global preferences page) and 1.1.8.24 for the 6i forms. It's working, but should I be warning them to upgrade their Jinitiator, and, if so, why? Answer: Release 11.5.10 out of the box came fully tested with JInitiator 1.3 but JInitiator 1.1.8 is still fully supported with some exceptions as noted below: There are certain 11.5.10 advanced product module features that require the use of JInitiator 1.3 but they are pretty esoteric. If you upgrade to J2SE 1.4, you must upgrade to JInitiator 1.3. Correction: If the AD utilities are on 1.1.8 the upgrade of the AD utilities to Java 1.4 is optional. The Jinitator upgrade to 1.3 is required ONLY if the AD utilities are upgraded to Java 1.4. (See MetaLink 246105.1) The July Critical patch update requires a 8.0.6.3 forms patch which REQUIRES you to move to JInitiator 1.3. If you don't apply the critical patch updates your environment is vulnerable to known bugs and security issues. (See MetaLink 311038.1) Discoverer 10g will not run with JInitator 1.1.8. (See MetaLink 313418.1) The bad news is the new JInitiator has a different look and feel and less resolution. This is a feature according to SUN. The super users will not be impressed. The "less resolution" in Jinitiator 1.3.1 is due to the way that the new version of Java renders fonts (particularly on Win XP). This to be "corrected", eventually. That said, it should not impact the usability of the product or the functionality of the product. In fact, I would doubt that MOST users will even notice the issue. We are basically looking at a "get used to it" issue (similar to the complaints that came about when Oracle decided that "Standard VGA" (640x480) wasn't enough screen real estate for their forms). Please let us know if you have any questions. At a minimum, Oracle "strongly" recommends using the latest version of either 1.3 or 1.1.8. (See MetaLink 124606.1)
The Senior Consultants at Solution Beacon, LLC

Release 11.5.10 Technology Sign-On Options
Currently we have taken the most recent supported direction from Oracle and implemented the Java sign-on option as a result of the new Technology framework delivered. As noted by Oracle, we can back out and use the old PL/SQL option, but it will be desupported in future releases. Here is the response from Oracle with regards to our double login.

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This is an issue with the pl/sql login after FND.H. You should notice the the second login page is pointing to the java AppsLocalLogin.jsp. If you login using the java login AppsLocalLogin.jsp you should not have this issue. The java login is the preferred login and eventually we will desupport the pl/sql login. You have a couple of options. 1. You can use the java login. The following note will help you convert your apps to automatically use the AppsLocalLogin: 306075.1 How to change the 11i Applications to use the java login AppsLocalLogin.jsp instead of the ICXINDEX.htm login. 2. If you choose to continue to use the pl/sql login, then you can apply patch 4285341. So, as you see, we can reverse the configuration we implemented and apply the patch so we can continue to use the old format. This should ensure no change to what the user community sees.
Geordie Coates, EDS Senior Apps DBA

Shared HR in 11.5.10
Be aware of this bug in 11.5.10. We have run across it at several of our clients. Please refer to MetaLink Note 307988.1: The information in this document applies to: 1. all shared HR 11.5.10 upgrades 2. all operating systems 3. form PERWSEMP Symptoms: You have a shared HR instance which was upgraded to 11.5.10 You attempt to hire an employee from the PERWSEMP form and when you attempt to save this record you see the following errors: ORA-01400: cannot insert NULL into ("HR"."PER_ALL_ASSIGNMENTS_F"."ASSIGNMENT_STATUS_TYPE_ID") ORA-06512: at "APPS.PER_ASSIGNMENTS_V7_PKG", line 138

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Cause: There is corruption in the following tables caused by the 11.5.10 upgrade: PER_ASSIGNMENT_STATUS_TYPES and PER_ASSIGNMENT_STATUS_TYPES_TL Solution: 1. backup tables PER_ASSIGNMENT_STATUS_TYPES and PER_ASSIGNMENT_STATUS_TYPES_TL
create table PER_ASSIGNMENT_STATUS_TYPES_bkup AS select * from PER_ASSIGNMENT_STATUS_TYPES; create table PER_ASSIGNMENT_STATUS_TYPES_TL_bkup AS select * from PER_ASSIGNMENT_STATUS_TYPES_TL;

2. run script script_final.sql in sqlplus as per Bug 4345933 3. test your 11.5.10 application and verify that your shared HR issue is now resolved and you can now hire and save new employees script script_final.sql:
REM REM REM REM REM REM REM REM REM REM REM REM REM REM REM REM REM REM REM REM REM REM REM REM -REM +======================================================================+ | Copyright (c) 2001 Oracle Corporation | | Redwood Shores, California, USA | | All rights reserved. | +======================================================================+ SQL Script File Name : script_final.sql Root Cause : Due to the problem mentioned in Bug 4281514 system has corrupted data in per_assignment_status_types table, which is handled in the current script and data is corrected now. Description : This script updates the first 3 rows and appends the new records into the table which should have actually happened in the Loading logic.

Script Input Parameters: Change List: -----------Version Name -------- -----===== kramajey Date Bug Text ----------- ------- ----------------------------------25-MAR-0 Initial version created for 4281514.

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REM REM SET VERIFY OFF WHENEVER SQLERROR EXIT FAILURE ROLLBACK; WHENEVER OSERROR EXIT FAILURE ROLLBACK; SET FEEDBACK OFF SET HEAD OFF SET ECHO OFF SET SERVEROUTPUT ON --DECLARE as_max number; seq_val number; l_procedure varchar2(100) := 'Script_final.sql'; BEGIN --Update the Corrupted Records in per_assignment_status_types -DBMS_OUTPUT.PUT_LINE(' Entering: '||l_procedure); DBMS_OUTPUT.PUT_LINE(' --------------------------------------------------------'); DBMS_OUTPUT.PUT_LINE(' Updating corrupted entries in per_assignment_status_types'); DBMS_OUTPUT.PUT_LINE(' --------------------------------------------------------'); BEGIN UPDATE PER_ASSIGNMENT_STATUS_TYPES SET ACTIVE_FLAG = 'Y', DEFAULT_FLAG ='Y', PRIMARY_FLAG ='P', USER_STATUS ='Active Assignment', PAY_SYSTEM_STATUS='P', PER_SYSTEM_STATUS= 'ACTIVE_ASSIGN', LEGISLATION_CODE = NULL WHERE ASSIGNMENT_STATUS_TYPE_ID = 1; UPDATE PER_ASSIGNMENT_STATUS_TYPES SET ACTIVE_FLAG = 'Y', DEFAULT_FLAG ='Y', PRIMARY_FLAG ='P', USER_STATUS ='Suspend Assignment', PAY_SYSTEM_STATUS='D', PER_SYSTEM_STATUS= 'SUSP_ASSIGN', LEGISLATION_CODE = NULL WHERE ASSIGNMENT_STATUS_TYPE_ID = 2; UPDATE PER_ASSIGNMENT_STATUS_TYPES

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SET ACTIVE_FLAG = 'Y', DEFAULT_FLAG ='Y', PRIMARY_FLAG ='P', USER_STATUS ='Terminate Assignment', PAY_SYSTEM_STATUS='P', PER_SYSTEM_STATUS= 'TERM_ASSIGN', LEGISLATION_CODE = NULL WHERE ASSIGNMENT_STATUS_TYPE_ID = 3; EXCEPTION WHEN OTHERS THEN dbms_output.put_line('Update statements failed'); END; ---Updation of Corrupted records in per_assignment_status_types finished ----Update the Corrupted Records in per_assignment_status_types_tl -DBMS_OUTPUT.PUT_LINE(' -----------------------------------------------------------'); DBMS_OUTPUT.PUT_LINE(' Updating corrupted entries in per_assignment_status_types_tl'); DBMS_OUTPUT.PUT_LINE(' -----------------------------------------------------------'); BEGIN UPDATE PER_ASSIGNMENT_STATUS_TYPES_TL SET USER_STATUS = 'Active Assignment', EXTERNAL_STATUS = 'Active Assignment' WHERE ASSIGNMENT_STATUS_TYPE_ID = 1; UPDATE PER_ASSIGNMENT_STATUS_TYPES_TL SET USER_STATUS = 'Suspend Assignment', EXTERNAL_STATUS = 'Suspend Assignment' WHERE ASSIGNMENT_STATUS_TYPE_ID = 2; UPDATE PER_ASSIGNMENT_STATUS_TYPES_TL SET USER_STATUS = 'Terminate Assignment', EXTERNAL_STATUS = 'Terminate Assignment' WHERE ASSIGNMENT_STATUS_TYPE_ID = 3; EXCEPTION WHEN OTHERS THEN dbms_output.put_line('Update statements failed'); END; ---Updation of Corrupted records is finished ---- Set the sequence to be of the max value

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-SELECT MAX(assignment_status_type_id) INTO as_max FROM per_assignment_status_types; SELECT PER_ASSIGNMENT_STATUS_TYPES_S.nextval INTO seq_val FROM sys.dual; WHILE (seq_val <= as_max ) LOOP SELECT PER_ASSIGNMENT_STATUS_TYPES_S.nextval INTO seq_val FROM sys.dual; END LOOP; DBMS_OUTPUT.PUT_LINE(' ----------------------------------'); DBMS_OUTPUT.PUT_LINE(' ------Appending New data----------'); DBMS_OUTPUT.PUT_LINE(' ----------------------------------'); INSERT INTO PER_ASSIGNMENT_STATUS_TYPES ( ASSIGNMENT_STATUS_TYPE_ID, BUSINESS_GROUP_ID, LEGISLATION_CODE, USER_STATUS, ACTIVE_FLAG, DEFAULT_FLAG, PRIMARY_FLAG, PAY_SYSTEM_STATUS, PER_SYSTEM_STATUS ) values ( seq_val, NULL, 'GB', 'Terminate Process Assignment', 'Y', 'N', 'P', 'P', 'TERM_ASSIGN' ); INSERT INTO PER_ASSIGNMENT_STATUS_TYPES_TL ( ASSIGNMENT_STATUS_TYPE_ID, LANGUAGE, SOURCE_LANG, USER_STATUS, EXTERNAL_STATUS ) values ( seq_val, 'US',

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'US', 'Terminate Process Assignment', 'Terminate Process Assignment' ); SELECT PER_ASSIGNMENT_STATUS_TYPES_S.nextval INTO seq_val FROM sys.dual; INSERT INTO PER_ASSIGNMENT_STATUS_TYPES ( ASSIGNMENT_STATUS_TYPE_ID, BUSINESS_GROUP_ID, LEGISLATION_CODE, USER_STATUS, ACTIVE_FLAG, DEFAULT_FLAG, PRIMARY_FLAG, PAY_SYSTEM_STATUS, PER_SYSTEM_STATUS ) VALUES ( seq_val, NULL, NULL, 'Active Contingent Assignment', 'Y', 'Y', 'P', 'D', 'ACTIVE_CWK' ); INSERT INTO PER_ASSIGNMENT_STATUS_TYPES_TL ( ASSIGNMENT_STATUS_TYPE_ID, LANGUAGE, SOURCE_LANG, USER_STATUS, EXTERNAL_STATUS ) values ( seq_val, 'US', 'US', 'Active Contingent Assignment', 'Active Contingent Assignment' ); SELECT PER_ASSIGNMENT_STATUS_TYPES_S.nextval INTO seq_val FROM sys.dual; INSERT INTO PER_ASSIGNMENT_STATUS_TYPES ( ASSIGNMENT_STATUS_TYPE_ID, BUSINESS_GROUP_ID,

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LEGISLATION_CODE, USER_STATUS, ACTIVE_FLAG, DEFAULT_FLAG, PRIMARY_FLAG, PAY_SYSTEM_STATUS, PER_SYSTEM_STATUS ) VALUES ( seq_val, NULL, NULL, 'Suspend Contingent Assignment', 'Y', 'Y', 'P', 'D', 'SUSP_CWK_ASG' ); INSERT INTO PER_ASSIGNMENT_STATUS_TYPES_TL ( ASSIGNMENT_STATUS_TYPE_ID, LANGUAGE, SOURCE_LANG, USER_STATUS, EXTERNAL_STATUS ) values ( seq_val, 'US', 'US', 'Suspend Contingent Assignment', 'Suspend Contingent Assignment' ); END; / commit; exit;

References: Bug 4345933 Bug 4344866 Bug 4281514
Peter Adamson, Solution Beacon, LLC

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iPayment Issue
If you are on 11.5.8. and you are trying to work with iPayment module by logging into http(s)://<Webserver Name>.<Fully Qualified Domain Name>:<Port>/OA_HTML/jtflogin.jsp, as sysadmin user, and you get the following error: “oracle.apps.iby.exception.PSException: Currently, you do not have the appropriate permissions to access the page.” Description: It means, that CRM foundation framework is not working properly. Solution: (1) To implement iPayment in 11.5.8 module, please make sure that 11.5.8 maintenance pack Patch 2293243 is applied. (2) Please make sure that profiles JTF_PROFILE_DEFAULT_APPLICATION and JTF_PROFILE_DEFAULT_RESPONSIBILITY value are set correctly for sysadmin user as shown in given example:

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Here 673 and 50503 are derived by examining the value of Application_id and responsibility_id when the “Payment Administrator” responsibility information is retrieved as shown below:

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(3) CRM foundation framework needs to work fine for correct functioning of ipayment. Please make sure Patch 2586770 is applied. (4) Apps schema should be compiled for invalid objects. (5) “Grants and Synonym for apps schema” is run by adadmin utility. (6) AF_CLASSPATH in adovars.env has correct value. Please review MetaLink document 294084.1. (7) How to create iPayment user: Please follow MetaLink document number 139939.1
Vivek Awasthi, Solution Beacon

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Hyper-Threading
Hyper-Threading is part due to Oracle's new policy of only charging for 1.5 for "hyper-threaded" or dual-core CPUs. As much as Oracle and customers want to minimize the size of the database server and database licensing costs by putting the concurrent managers and the other Applications tiers (Admin, Forms, Web, Apps) on the front-end or middle-tiers, the concurrent manager back-end processes are, by far, the most CPU intensive portion of the concurrent managers, and cannot be moved. Hyper-Threading is really a trademarked name for the concept of "instruction pipelining". The goal is to keep the entire CPU busy instead of just one segment of it at a time. Consider it to be a more intelligent manner of scheduling the tasks/threads that are entering various portions of the CPU. You still only have ONE chip and ONE actual CPU. Definition: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hyperthread Customers think by moving processing to the front-end, they avoid backend database licensing costs. They do to some extent. Unfortunately, Oracle has anticipated this move and now licenses the iAS component on the front-end by users if not by processors by now. There are some additional advantages to isolating the database server, number one of which is moving Apps patch maintenance off the database and on the front-ends where it needs to be. Front-ends can then be cheap commodity hardware and using a shared APPL_TOP further reduces patch maintenance.
John Stouffer and James Morrow, Solution Beacon

Stress Test Oracle E-Business Release 11i
Stress testing of processes in Oracle E-Business Suite Release 11i involves careful planning. The reason for stress testing is to ensure that the machines are robust enough to handle large transactions or large number of users. Take for example a large bank whose operations department runs a tight schedule and needs to have Oracle General Ledger finish processing each night by 4AM. The timing is crucial that Oracle GL loading and posting runs smoothly. Questions will arise about performance. Examples are: • • • • Which machine to purchase? Which operating system NT or Linux or UNIX? How many CPUs can handle the job quickly? How many users can the Apps Server handle?

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The way the decision is made is through Stress Testing or Benchmark testing. Benchmark testing involves a set number of transactions as the goal. For example loading and posting 2 million transactions in 2 hours. Stress testing involves loading the greatest number of transactions till the system break point is found. Although machines today have more processing speed, operations department will like to know in advance how much time a process will take to run so that they can plan the system schedules. Using my Benchmark and Stress Testing experience, I have come up with the following simple picture of the various pieces that must fall in place for successful tests.

What this picture shows is 1. The Business Units must decide which critical process to run. 2. The Apps DBA write scripts that uses the Oracle Financial Programs for the tests. 3. The Testers run the tests and record the results. Impacts to the tests are
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A. Machine Configuration. Such as processes that are running, CPUs, swapping, disk space. B. Oracle 11i Configuration. See. Books by Ahmed Alomari on Performance Tuning. Also check profile options and Release 11i System Settings. C. Oracle Database parameters such as if trace is enable. Keep all the scripts and the input files so that the test can be repeated on the same machine or on a different server. That allows for tweaking the Machine, 11i parameters, database parameters to get better results. So, that is the high level of Stress Testing. About the Author: Fred Desrosiers has been involved in major testing with Oracle General Leger for Swiss banks. This involved direct contact with Oracle General Ledger development team and to Mr. Ahmed Alomari.
Fred Desrosiers

Solution Spotlight: AppWorx
AppWorx is an infrastructure software that automates, integrates and accelerates business application processing to result in greater alignment between IT and business processes. AppWorx is application data-aware, allowing true event-driven automation without custom scripting. Complex job streams with sophisticated if-then logic and dynamically supplied parameters are created with drag-and-drop ease. And since AppWorx is object oriented, a change to a single job definition can cascade to the entire enterprise, without maintenance. With interfaces to over 70 common business applications, including the Oracle E Business Suite, SAP, PeopleSoft and SunGard SCT Banner, AppWorx enhances the functionality of "on-board" schedulers and allows for true straight-through application processing, rather than stovepipes of automation cobbled together by custom code. AppWorx is an Oracle Certified Partner. For more information, visit www.appworx.com or call 1.877.APPWORX.
Tim Kramer, AppWorx

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Book Offer: “Installing, Upgrading and Maintaining Oracle Applications 11i” is Available!
To order your copy of “Installing, Upgrading and Maintaining Oracle Applications 11i (or, When Old Dogs Learn New Tricks)” visit our website or order your book at http://www.oncalldba.com/docs/Books/?&L=sb Coming Soon: “ABCs of Workflow for Oracle Applications” … by Karen Brownfield … Be on the lookout for the new book on Oracle Applications Workflow!
Barbara Matthews, OnCallDBA, Karen Brownfield, John Stouffer and Randy Giefer, Solution Beacon

OAUG: Events in the News
OAUG 2006 Board of Directors — Call for Candidates The OAUG announces its call for candidates for the 2006 Board of Directors. The deadline for inclusion on the ballot is 12 p.m. EDT, Sunday, September 25, 2005. Any OAUG member company in good standing may run for the Board (User member, Associate member, Individual Associate member). Additional information regarding the call for candidates, including Board of Director position qualifications, submission process and election process, is available on the OAUG Web site at www.oaug.org. Oracle Applications & Technology Symposium 2005 — Chicago The Oracle Applications Users Group (OAUG) is hosting the Oracle Applications & Technology Symposium (OATS) 2005 — Chicago on October 27, 2005, at the Hyatt Regency Chicago in Chicago, Illinois. This event is designed to maximize Oracle Applications users’ knowledge, experience and understanding of Oracle Applications. OATS 2005 will feature multiple tracks and more than 15 sessions that will provide the latest information on how to:
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Increase your quality of service Strengthen architecture for maximum performance Minimize IT costs

For more information or to sign up for the event, visit www.oaug.org.
Robin Dahlen for Meeting Expectations

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Upcoming Solution Beacon Events
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