The OEM problem with the http server not startign is solved. We solved the problem by installing an older version of the package libdb.so.2 (for Suse 10 install older version of 1_db).After this the http server started and I was able to continue the install.At the end of the install again a http error...[Wed Apr 22 11:41:33 2009] [error] mod_ossl: Unknown error[Wed Apr 22 11:41:37 2009] [error]
The Financial Services moniker was always misleading because there is nothing specific to the Financial Services industry in the product, now this has been fixed and the official name is Financials Accounting Hub. So that one is cleared up.
I have had a number of people asking for more details on this product, you [...]
Journal Line Reconciliation is a new standard feature in General Ledger for R12. In fact it's not really new, in 11i it was already available as a globalization. This functionality is frequently used in Europe (not sure about the rest of the world), it gives more control for your accounts that should have a zero-balance.
Excerpt from the General Ledger User Guide:
In a previous posting, I recommended moving temporary records used by Application Engine programs to a tablespace with a 32Kb block size, and using a larger uniform extent size (I chose 1Mb).
IMHO, the highlights of this deal are Java and Solaris:
1. Primary Ledger can be associated with Multiple Secondary Ledgers
2. Primary Ledger can be assigned to Multiple Legal Entities
3. Primary Ledger can be assigned to Multiple Operating Units
4. An Operating Unit is tied to the Primary Ledger through the Legal Entity Context
5. Specific Balancing Segment Values are assigned to specific Legal Entities in the Primary Ledger
I am facing a problem....Again I am trying to install OEM10gR2 on SUSE LINUX 10.I know it's not certified by Oracle, but I have to install it anyway. Everything seems to go fine, but when the installer wants to start the opmn services...it returns an error.The HTTP_SERVER is not starting, the following error is in the logfile..Cannot load /opt/oracle/product/oem/oms10g/Apache/Apache/libexec/
Being an Apps DBA patching is our bread and butter. And they way we check it make the difference. We had one issue and I was going through metalink note : 364439.1, which had this query. So thought of sharing with you all. Here you go:
set serveroutput on
TYPE p_patch_array_type is varray(10) of varchar2(10);
CURSOR alist IS
select appl_top_id, name
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