So are you keeping an eye on Doc ID 1468883.1 and wondering why there has not been a new 12.1.3 RUP released since March 2013 Patch 15843459:R12.PRC_PF.B?
I was helping out a colleague on such a call this morning. While the DTrace script I produced was not helpful in this actual case, I think it bear sharing, anyway.
What we wanted was a way to find out why various processes were running with nice set to -20. There are two ways in which a process can have its nice changed.
I ended up with the following script after a bit of poking around.
Oracle Support is pleased to announce a fix is available in R12.1 and later for that ANNOYING problem of not being able to use the mouse to navigate from field to field in the Receipts Workbench form. Previously you had to use the tab function to move from field to field in this form.
This issue was caused by the Oracle Forms Developer version, and we are delighted to tell you that the fix is now available.
Many Compensation Workbench administrators require the ability to customize
the default download definition at the compensation plan level when
downloading the compensation allocation worksheet to an Excel
As development works to enhance and expand the Procurement Suite of applications, we are interested in getting your thoughts around some of the features under discussion currently within the Development organization for Procurement mobile applications.
Not sure what patches you need to apply to optimize your Procurement Accounting processes and avoid known issues? Well Doc ID 1594111.1 makes it easy for you. Follow the steps in the ‘Recommended Patching Steps’ section to get the patches for all product groups including Purchasing, Payables, SLA and Costing that impact your Procurement Accounting Flows. The note additionally provides information on who should apply the patching and how to perform an impact analysis, as well as any